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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119307: Impersonal passive
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    Impersonal passive


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    1. Some of us noticed that large crates had been brought during last rejoicings.
    > It (by some of us) that large crates had been brought during last rejoicings.

    2. We have learned that werewolves couldn’t identify the slightest smell on them.
    > It (by us) that werewolves couldn’t identify the slightest smell on them.

    3. Dark elves detected around them an unusual halo located far beyond standard perceivable frequencies.
    > It around them an unusual halo located far beyond standard perceivable frequencies.

    4. Ody decides to move those special crates into the lighthouse new rooms.
    > It (by Ody) to move those special crates into the lighthouse new rooms.

    5. At this moment, some of us understood that something special had just happened.
    > It (by some of us) that something special had just happened.

    6. We know that our sweet Ody has more than one string to his bow.
    > It that our sweet Ody has more than one string to his bow.

    7. Ody's friends observe that he frequently refers to a task as unknown when it is complex.
    > It (by Ody’s friend) that he frequently refers to a task as unknown when it is complex.

    8. Some nights, the nearest inhabitants heard noises originating from the lighthouse.
    > Some nights, it (by some inhabitants) noises originating from the lighthouse.

    9. We know that Lord Peter managed to observe what Ody did on certain nights.
    > It that Lord Peter managed to observe what Ody did on certain nights.

    10. Lord Peter considers this nocturnal activity important for the island safety.
    > It (by Lord Peter) that this nocturnal activity is important for the island safety.









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