Active Voice with Two Objects [Voice Change]
We get sometimes two objects in a sentence of active voice. But most of the students get nervous and they cannot understand which object they will write first in passive voice. I hope you will easily understand the matter if you read the examples.
Rule of Voice Change Active to Passive
- Object (Living or nonliving)
- Helping Verb (Tense wise)
- Past Participle Form of Verb (V3)
- Object (Living or nonliving)
- By Preposition
30+ Examples of Voice Change
Active: He gave me a book.
Passive: A book was given me by him. / I was given a book by him.
Active: Biplab teaches us English.
Passive: English is taught us by Biplab./ We are taught English by Biplab.
Active: My mother told us the story.
Passive: We were told the story by my mother.
Active: He asked me my name.
Passive: My name was asked me by him.
Active: Ramesh gives Sunita a good book.
Passive: Sunita is given a good book by Ramesh.
Active: Her uncle taught us English.
Passive: English was taught us by her uncle.
Active: The police gave the thief a good kick.
Passive: The thief was given a good kick by the police.
Active: She lent me her mobile phone.
Passive: Her mobile phone was let me by her.
Active: You gave me a great surprise.
Passive: I was given a great surprise by you.
Active: Our teacher taught us Sanskrit.
Passive: We were taught Sanskrit by our teacher.
Active: He gave me a laptop.
Passive: A laptop was given me by him.
Active: She will tell me the secret.
Passive: I shall be told the secret by her.
Active: The man asked her his address.
Passive: His address was asked by the man.
Active: He will lend you some money.
Passive: Some money will be lent you by him.
Active: Her uncle gave her a toy on her birthday.
Passive: She was given a toy on her birthday by her uncle.
Active: My father taught me English grammar.
Passive: English grammar was taught me by my father.
Active: My friend lent you his note book.
Passive: You were lent his note book by my friend.
Voice Change By Digital English
Active: I handed him the mobile phone.
Passive: The mobile phone was handed him by me.
Active: The gentleman gave him a lift on his new motorbike.
Passive: He was given a lift on his new motorbike by the gentleman.
Active: His brother sent me a mail.
Passive: I was sent a mail by his brother.
Active: I will send her a parcel.
Passive: A parcel will be sent her by me.
Active: You can tell me your problem.
Passive: Your problem can be told me by you.
Active: I can show you a path.
Passive: You can be shown a path by me.
Active: She offered me a cup of tea.
Passive: A cup of tea was offered me by her.
Active: They asked me many questions in the interview.
Passive: Many questions in the interview were asked me by them.
Active: The priest used to teach us Sanskrit daily.
Passive: Sanskrit used to be taught us by the priest daily.
Active: Our teacher has sent us a message in our whats app group.
Passive: We have been sent a message in our whats app group by our teacher.
Active: Her mother gave me a glass of water.
Passive: A glass of water was given me by her mother.
Active: Rupali offered me a cup of coffee.
Passive: I was offered a cup of coffee by Rupali.
Active: I reminded him the incident.
Passive: He was reminded the incident by me.
Active: The teacher offered the children sweets.
Passive: Sweets were offered the children by the teacher.
Active: She lends me her laptop.
Passive: I am lent her laptop by her.
- Narration Change
- Degree Change
- Transformation of sentences (Simple/Complex and Compound)
- Joining of sentences
- Voice Change of Negative Sentence
- Active and Passive voice Change of Interrogative Sentence
- Voice Change of Imperative Sentence
- Voice Change (A to Z)
- Transformation of sentences (Affirmative to Negative)
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