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    Passive form in present continuous

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    1. Mary is reading Peter's letter. >> Peter's letter by Mary.

    2. To reach Mary, Peter is piloting a plane. >> To reach Mary, a plane by Peter.

    3. Mary is driving a car to reach Peter. >> A car by Mary to reach Peter.

    4. In their respective travels, they are missing their appointment. >> In their respective travels, their appointment (by them).

    5. Mary's friends are calling Peter. >> Peter by Mary's friends.

    6. Peter is finding ways to make about-turn. >> Ways by Peter to make about-turn.

    7. He is taking many gifts for Mary. >> Many gifts by him for Mary.

    8. On his arrival, Mary is meeting Peter. >> On his arrival, Peter by Mary.

    9. All their friends are singing a few songs to celebrate this event. >> A few songs by all their friends to celebrate this event.

    10. Finally, I hope you are enjoying this strange story. >> Finally, I hope this strange story (by you).

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