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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68552: Passive voice and tenses
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    Passive voice and tenses

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    1. Much of this town (destroy) by fire in the 16th century.

    2. Next year, a new school (build) here to hold about 1,000 students.

    3. Today, around 9 o'clock, a famous painting (steal) from a museum by an armed gang and the Police
    are already questioning the museum employees.

    4. My brother's friend (bite) by a dog last spring and had to (take) to hospital.

    5. Today, Argentina and Chile (expect) to vote on a treaty.

    6. A special prize (give) to the person who will have helped us find the culprit.

    7. He (tell) to work harder if he wanted to keep his job.

    8. This work must (do) immediately.

    9. English (speak) all over the world.

    10. She (say) to be living in Spain now.

    11. Last year, we wanted to buy this house but unfortunately it (already buy) by a young couple.

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