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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117818: Passive Verbs With Two Objects
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    Passive Verbs With Two Objects


    Some verbs have two objects –an indirect object and a direct object.

    Complete the sentences with a different object, according to the prompts.



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    The undeads show the maze new extension to the islanders.
    1 : The maze new extension to the islanders by the undeads.
    2 : The islanders the maze new extension by the undeads.


    They also submit the tunnel construction difficulties to the vampire engineers.
    1 : The tunnel construction difficulties to the vampire engineers by the undeads.
    2 : The vampire engineers the tunnel construction difficulties by the undeads.


    A calypso band plays familiar tunes to an enchanted audience.
    1 : Familar tunes to an enchanted audience by a calypso band.
    2 : An enchanted audience familiar tunes by a calypso band.


    But an old mate tells a strange story to younger guys.
    1 : A strange story to younger guys by an old mate.
    2 : Younger guys a strange story by an old mate.


    So, Lord Peter offers a protection talisman to all the guests.
    1 : A protection talisman to all the guests by Lord Peter.
    2 : All the guests a protection talisman by Lord Peter.







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