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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4216: Passive form : two complements
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    Passive form : two complements

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    1. They will award Samuel a scholarship =» Samuel .

    2. They offered you a better job =» You .

    3. They should tell us the truth =» We .

    4. They have given Peter a good piece of advice =» Peter .

    5. They are showing Barbara the new models =» Barbara .

    6. They might teach me three languages =» I .

    7. They sent Dave lovely Christmas cards =» Dave .

    8. They would supply you with money if necessary =» You .

    9. They can't have told the parents that awful lie =» The parents !

    10. They won't offer me a car =» I .

    11. They didn't teach us Greek =» We .

    12. They showed me a new flat =» I .

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