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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112855: Passive form in present simple
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Passive voice | Present [Change theme]
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    Passive form in present simple


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    1. John eats French fries every week. >>> French fries by John every week.

    2. Alicia and Peter clean the kitchen. >>> The kitchen by Alicia and Peter.

    3. My little brother devours all the cakes. >>> All the cakes by my little brother.

    4. The teacher gives the pupils their homework. >>> The pupils their homework by the teacher.

    5. He plays the piano on set . >>> The piano by him on set.

    6. His sister looks after him. >>> He after by his sister.

    7. His son gives him a present for Easter. >>> He a present by his son for Easter.

    8. Sue and Helen paint the wall. >>> The wall by Sue and Helen.

    9. Every day, Mr Lockwood reads a book. >>> Every day, a book by Mr Lockwood.

    10. Despite the sunset, he recognizes them. >>> Despite the sunset, they by him.









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