In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Active Voice/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice.

Click on the options to check whether it is right or wrong.


1. Robin would draw a picture in the competition.

  1. In the competition Robin would have to draw a picture.
  2. A picture in the competition would have been drawn by Robin.
  3. In the competition Robin would be drawn a picture.
  4. A picture would be drawn by Robin in the competition.


2. Who gave you ice-cream?

  1. Who has given you ice-cream?
  2. By whom were you given ice-cream?
  3. By whom was you given ice-cream?
  4. Who had given you ice-cream?


3. Are you not revising your lessons?

  1. Are your lessons not be revised by you?
  2. Are your lessons not being revised by you?
  3. Are not your lessons revised by you?
  4. Are you not being revising your lessons?


4. We should not encourage indiscipline.

  1. Indiscipline should have not encouraged by us.
  2. Indiscipline should not be encouraged by us.
  3. Indiscipline should not being encouraged.
  4. Indiscipline should not been encouraged.


5. Our Almighty will bless wise men.

  1. Wise men will be blessed by our Almighty.
  2. Wise men should be blessed by our Almighty.
  3. Wise men have been blessed by our Almighty.
  4. Wise men would be blessed by our Almighty.


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