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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96361: Passive form and segregation in the USA
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    Passive form and segregation in the USA

    Complete the sentences in the passive form and in the right tense.

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    In 1955, Rosa Parks (ask) to give her seat to a white man. She (arrest) in a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. A bus boycott (organize) by Martin Luther King in protest for her arrest. Black people (forbid) to sit at the front of buses. Segregation (end) in buses thanks to the boycott. Segregation (condemn) by most people during the last 50 years. Today, black people and white people (consider) equal. Ruby Bridges (receive) at the White House last year. Barack Obama (elect) president twice. Martin Luther King (remember) every year in January.

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