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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113294: Passive form
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    Passive form

    Complete the sentences with the passive forms.

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    1. Both lad and lass must do the housework. >>The housework by both lad and lass.

    2. Some students didn't do English housework before going to school.>> Before going to school, English housework by some students.

    3. Disabled can play important roles in our society.>> In our society, important roles by disabled.

    4. Some parents neglect their daughters' education. >>Daughters' education by some parents.

    5. According to the law,husbands must help their wives with the housework.>> According to the law, wives by their husbands with the housework.

    6. In his family, Joe didn't send his girls to school.>> In his family, girls to school by Joe.

    7. You must educate your children. >> Your children .

    8. To be responsible, respect your wife's opinion.>> To be responsible, your wife's opinion .

    9. Drugs cause a lot of damages to one's heart. A lot of damages to one's heart by drugs.

    10. I am expecting your message for hours . >> Your message for hours.

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