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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112985: Passive form and May
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    Passive form and May

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    1. They may tell lots of incredible adventures. >>> Lots of incredible adventures by them.

    2. You may leave this old and scary castle. >>> This old and scary castle (by you).

    3. Their words may lead to terrible consequences. >>> Terrible consequences to by their words.

    4. He may select many options on his new phone. >>> Many options (by him) on his new phone.

    5. We may take only two cakes. >>> Only two cakes (by us).

    6. He may perform difficult exercises. >>> Difficult exercises (by him).

    7. She may feel the wind on her cheeks. >>> The wind (by her) on her cheeks.

    8. Learners may find it difficult. >>> It difficult by learners.

    9. Ghosts may haunt Scottish castles. >>> Scottish castles by ghosts.

    10. He may cut down all those oaks. >>> All those oaks (by him).

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