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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116637: Passive and past perfect
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Passive voice | Present perfect [Change theme]
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    Passive and past perfect


    Turn the sentences into the passive form.



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    1. Lord Peter had invited so many stars. >>> So many stars by Lord Peter.

    2. Before dusk, Johnny Cash had sung « Ain't no grave ». >>> « Ain't no grave » by Johnny Cash before dusk.

    3. Sleipnir had accompanied the rhythm of this melody. >>> The rhythm of this melody by Sleipnir.

    4. By 8:00 PM, Johnny had greeted the great Elvis. >>> By 8:00PM the great Elvis by Johnny.

    5. After Elvis had taken the mike, he began to hum « Love me tender ». >>> After the mike by Elvis, he began to hum « Love me tender ».

    6. Before the end of his show, the genies had cast some spells to teleport the superstar in their lair. >>> Before the end of his show, some spells by the genies to teleport the superstar in their lair.

    7. Fortunately, wizards and magicians had protected the festival. >>> Fortunately, the festival by wizards and magicians.

    8. Without anybody suspecting it, the tritons and salamanders had prepared fireworks. >>> Without anybody suspecting it, fireworks by tritons and salamenders.

    9. By midnight, each guest author had interpreted his greatest success. >>> By midnight, the greatest success by their own guest author.

    10. Nobody had never seen such a beautiful festival before. >>> Such a beautiful festival before.









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