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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116774: Passive and double object verbs
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    Passive and double object verbs


    Turn the verbs into the passive form.



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    1. Last month, Lord Peter sent e-mails to all islanders. >>> Last month, all islanders e-mails by Lord Peter.

    2. In fact, sorcerers brought a magical network to all of them. >>> In fact, all of them a magical network by the sorcerers.

    3. Yesterday, Lord Peter told us about his terrible clumsiness. >>> Yesterday, we about his terrible clumsiness by Lord Peter.

    4. Lady Mary showed him the cold consequences of such an unfortunate forgetfulness. >>> He the icy consequences of such an unfortunate forgetfulness by Lady Mary.

    5. This year, the fairies give this eternal enamored man advice. >>> This year, this eternal enamored man advice by the fairies.

    6. First of all, he sends an extraordinarily poetic letter to Lady Mary. >>> Lady Mary an extraordinarily poetic letter by him.

    7. He offered his beloved spouse a splendid piece of furniture. >>> His beloved spouse a splendid piece of furniture.

    8. Lady Mary promised her husband marvellous weather in his workplace. >>> Her husband marvellous weather in his workplace by Lady Mary.

    9. Lord Peter showed his great relief to the fairies. >>> The fairies Lord Peter’s great relief.

    10. He brings them bunches of flowers. >>> They bunches of flowers by him.









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