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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #118878: Impersonal subject and passive
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    Impersonal subject and passive


    Complete the sentences, without contracted forms.



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    1 – Janitors observe that our dear Ody is a real adventurer.
    It (by janitors) that our dear Ody is a real adventurer.

    2 – They say that he is a danger for our island.
    It (by them) that he is a danger for our island.

    3 – Some of them discovered that Ody had been to Warsham castle after his arrival.
    It (by some of them) that Ody had been to Warsham castle after his arrival.

    4 – Other inhabitants thought that he had only seen the castle from the sea.
    It (by other inhabitants) that he had only seen the castle from the sea.

    5 – We know that Ody celebrates his arrival on our sweety island every year.
    It (by us) that Ody celebrates his arrival on our sweety island every year.

    6 – Some of our blabbermouths claimed that those fun-filled festivities were diabolical.
    It (by some of our blabbermouths) that those fun-filled festivities were diabolical.

    7 – But Lady Mary explains that they want to participate in this happy commemoration.
    It (by Lady Mary) that they want to participate in this happy commemoration.

    8 – We all suspected that our dear janitors only desired to be the stars of that ceremony.
    It (by all of us) that our dear janitors only desired to be the stars of that ceremony.

    9 – The vampires of the island added that they were welcome at the feast.
    It (by the vampires of the island) that they were welcome at the feast.

    10 – Many of us notice that the party with our new friends is a great success.
    It (by many of us) that the party with our new friends is a great success.








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