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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113621: Passive form and past simple
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: | Past | Passive voice [Change theme]
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    Passive form and past simple

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    1. Mary caught up with Peter, who was trying to escape discreetly. >>> Peter, who was trying to escape discreetly, up by Mary.

    2. Mary gave Peter a beautiful and non-magic broom. >>> A beautiful and non-magic broom to Peter by Mary.

    3. The ghosts looked at this poor Peter. >>> This poor Peter at by the ghosts.

    4. Mary noticed the amount of work involved. >>> The amount of work involved by Mary.

    5. Mary brought them to the kitchen. >>> They to the kitchen by Mary.

    6. The ghosts cleaned it. >>> It by the ghosts.

    7. All the vampires tidied their attic. >>> Their attic by all the vampires.

    8. Ogres swept the cellars. >>> The cellars by the ogres.

    9. Werewolves used cleaning product for the ballroom. >>> Cleaning product by the werewolves for the ballroom.

    10. The pixies polished all the wooden doors. >>> All the wooden doors by the pixies.

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