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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18210: Passive or active form?
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    Passive or active form?

    Complete with the present simple, active or passive.

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    1. When you (arrive) at an airport,

    2. you should go straight to the check-in desk where your ticket and luggage (check)

    3. You (keep) your hand luggage with you

    4. but your suitcases (take) to the plane on a conveyor belt.

    5. You can now go to the departure lounge. If you are on an international flight, your passport (check),

    6. and then you and your bags (x-ray) by security cameras;

    7. sometimes you (give) a body search

    8. and your luggage (search) by security officer.

    9. You (wait) in the departure lounge

    10. until your flight (call)

    11. and you (tell) which number gate to go to.

    12. Finally you (board) your plane

    13. and you (show) to your seat by a flight attendant.

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