Directions : In these questions,
the sentences have been given in Active/
Passive Voice. From the given alternatives,
choose the one which best
expresses the given sentence in Passive/
Active Voice.

401. The breakfast will have been finished
by eight.
(1) They will finish the breakfast
by eight.
(2) They will finish the breakfast
at eight.
(3) They will have finished the
breakfast by eight.
(4) They will be finishing the
breakfast at eight.
402. You might have given this information
earlier.
(1) This information might have
been given earlier.
(2) This information could have
been given earlier.
(3) This information was given
much earlier.
(4) This information might be
given by you earlier.
403. We won the cricket match.
(1) The cricket match was won
by us.
(2) The cricket match is won by
us.
(3) The cricket match win by us.
(4) The cricket match had been
won by us.
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 15-12-2017 Paper-II)
404. The boy is climbing the cliff.
(1) The cliff have been climbed
by the boy.
(2) The cliff was being climbed
by the boy.
(3) The cliff is being climbed by
the boy.
(4) The cliff had been climbed by
the boy.
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 15-12-2017 Paper-II)
405. The gardener was watering the
plants.
(1) The plants is being watered
by the gardener.
(2) The plants are being watered
by the gardener.
(3) The plants watered by the
gardener.
(4) The plants were being watered
by the gardener.
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 15-12-2017 Paper-II)
406. Sumanth was reading a book.
(1) A book was being read by
Sumanth.
(2) A book is being read by
Sumanth.
(3) A book is read by Sumanth
(4) A book has been read by
Sumanth.
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 15-12-2017 Paper-II)
Question No. (407–426) :
(SSC CGL Tier-II (CBE) ijh{kk 17-02-2018)
407. You have to finish painting this
fence by Friday.
(1) This fence has to be finished
painting by you by Friday.
(2) This fence is to be finishing
painted by you by Friday.
(3) Painting of this fence has to
be painted by you by Friday.
(4) By Friday you will have finished
painting the fence.
408. The dealer will service the scooter
for free the first three times.
(1) The scooter will be serviced
for free by the dealer for the
first three times.
(2) The scooter was serviced for
free by the dealer for the first
three times.
(3) For the first three times, the
dealer will service the scooter
for free.
(4) Servicing of the scooter for free
will be done by the dealer for
the first three times.
409. The manager gave her a negative
feedback during her performance
appraisal.
(1) A negative feedback was given
to her by the manager
during her performance appraisal.
(2) The manager will give her negative
feedback during her
performance appraisal.
SEH–218
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
(3) A negative feedback is being
given to her by the manager
during appraising her performance.
(4) Giving of a negative feedback
to her during her performance
appraisal has been
done by the manager.
410. The General presented us a detailed
battle plan.
(1) A detailed battle plan will be
presented to us by the General.
(2) The General presents us a detailed
battle plan.
(3) A detailed battle plan was presented
to us by the General.
(4) Presenting of a detailed battle
plan was being done by
the General to us.
411. For how long will you keep neglecting
your duties.
(1) For how long have you kept
neglecting your duties.
(2) For how long do your duties
need to be neglected by yourself.
(3) For how long will your duties
be kept neglected by you.
(4) Neglecting of the duties by you
have been going on since how
long.
412. The doctor has given me a very
painful injection.
(1) A very painful injection has
been given to me by the doctor.
(2) The doctor gives myself a very
painful injection.
(3) A very painful injection is being
given to me by the doctor.
(4) Giving of a painful injection to
me has been done by the
doctor.
413. Uncle always welcomes us to his
home with a big smile.
(1) We are always welcomed by
uncle to his home with a big
smile.
(2) Uncle is always welcoming us
to his home with a big smile.
(3) A big smile is used by uncle
always when he is welcoming
us.
(4) Welcoming by uncle with a big
smile to us is always done.
414. The speeding car knocked down
the pedestrian.
(1) The car which was speeding
has knocked down the pedestrian.
(2) The pedestrian was knocked
down by the speeding car.
(3) The pedestrian was being
knocked down by the car
which was speeding.
(4) Knocking down of the pedestrian
has been done by the
speeding car.
415. I am sure she will like you.
(1) I am sure you were liked by
her.
(2) She, I am sure shall like you.
(3) Liking of you by her is a surety
by me.
(4) I am sure you will be liked by
her.
416. I rarely watch action movies.
(1) Action movies are rarely
watched by myself.
(2) Action movies are rarely
watched by me.
(3) I had rarely watched action
movies.
(4) Watching of action movies is
rarely done by me.
417. His behaviour embarrasses me.
(1) His behaviour is embarrassing
for me.
(2) I am embarrassed by his behaviour.
(3) I am myself embarrassed by
his behaviour.
(4) Embarrassing of myself is
done by his behaviour.
418. She ate the sweets greedily.
(1) Greedily sweets are eaten by
her.
(2) She herself ate the sweets
greedily.
(3) Eating of the sweets was done
by her greedily.
(4) The sweets were eaten by her
greedily.
419. She will never tell you the truth.
(1) You will never be told the truth
by her.
(2) She shall never be telling you
the truth.
(3) You were never be told the
truth by her.
(4) Telling of the truth to you be
her will never be done.
420. You need to offer them a better
deal.
(1) They are in need of being offered
a better deal by yourself.
(2) They need to be offered a better
deal by you.
(3) A better deal is needed by
them and you have to offer it.
(4) The offering of a better deal
has to be done by you for
their need.
421. You are making your life more difficult.
(1) Your life is being made more
difficult by you.
(2) You yourself make your life
more difficult.
(3) Your life had been made more
difficult by you yourself.
(4) Making of your life more difficult
has been done by yourself.
422. Mother needs your help in the
kitchen.
(1) In the kitchen mother needs
help by yourself.
(2) Your helping is needed by
mother in the kitchen.
(3) Your help is needed by mother
in the kitchen.
(4) Needing of your help is done
by mother in the kitchen.
423. She always took her medicines
on time.
(1) The medicines was always
took on time by her.
(2) The medicines were always
taken on time by her.
(3) On time medicines she always
took.
(4) Taking of the medicines on
time was being done by her.
424. I have flown this plane for seven
years.
(1) This plane is flying me for seven
years.
(2) I am flying this plane for seven
years.
(3) Seven years have happened
since I have been flying this
plane.
(4) This plane has been flown by
me for seven years.
425. Who has composed this song?
(1) This song will be composed
by whom?
(2) Who composes this song?
(3) Composing of this song has
been done by who?
(4) This song has been composed
by whom?
SEH–219
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
426. The organisers will give you a certificate.
(1) A certificate will be given to
you by the organisers.
(2) The organisers had given you
a certificate.
(3) You were given a certificate
by the organisers.
(4) Giving of certificate to you was
done by organisers.
Question No. (427–439) :
(SSC CGL Tier-II (CBE) ijh{kk 20-02-2018)
427. Does he race cars?
(1) Is racing of the cars done by
him?
(2) Are cars raced by him?
(3) Does he the racing of cars?
(4) Are race cars done by him?
428. They play board games at the
clubhouse.
(1) Board games are played by
them at the clubhouse.
(2) Is playing of the games done
by them at the clubhouse.
(3) Clubhouse is the place where
they play board games.
(4) Board games were played by
them at the clubhouse.
429. She does not sing classical songs.
(1) Singing of classical songs is
not done by her.
(2) Classical songs are not sung
by her.
(3) She never does singing of classical
songs.
(4) Classical songs were not sang
by her.
430. expresses the same sentence in
Passive/Active voice.
Do you speak Marathi?
(1) Is speaking of Marathi done
by you?
(2) Do you yourself speak Marathi?
(3) Is Marathi spoken by you?
(4) Are Marathi ever spoken by
yourself?
431. She is reading a novel.
(1) She has had read a novel.
(2) She reads a novel.
(3) Reading of a novel is being
done by herself.
(4) A novel is being read by her.
432. Do Peter and John attend the daily
sermons?
(1) Are the daily sermons attended
by Peter and John?
(2) Is attending of the daily sermons
done by Peter and
John?
(3) Do Peter and John go to attend
these daily sermons?
(4) By Peter and John are these
daily sermons attended by.
433. His brother doesn’t drive a car.
(1) Driving of a car is not done by
his brother.
(2) The car is not being driven by
his brother.
(3) Driving of a car has not been
done by his brother.
(4) A car is not driven by his
brother.
434. Does she like English literature?
(1) Is liking of English literature
done by her?
(2) Is English literature liked by
her?
(3) She likes English literature,
doesn’t she?
(4) Are English’s literature liked
by her?
435. I play football with my friends at
that ground.
(1) I have played football with
friends of mine at that
ground.
(2) By that ground I have played
football with my friends.
(3) Football is played by me with
my friends at that ground.
(4) Playing of football has been
done by me and my friends.
436. He doesn’t pay tips ever.
(1) Paying of tips has never been
done by him.
(2) Tips are never paid by him.
(3) Tipping of payment has not
been done by him.
(4) He has never ever paid any
tips.
437. He always forgets my name.
(1) My name is always forgotten
by him.
(2) Forgetting of my name has
been done by him always.
(3) Always he himself forgets my
name.
(4) My name has been forgotten
by him.
438. He never forgets to get gifts for me.
(1) Forgetting of gifts for me has
never been done by him.
(2) He will never ever forget to
get gifts for me.
(3) Forget to get gifts for me is
never done by him.
(4) Getting gifts for me is never
forgotten by him.
439. The hammer hit the nail on its
head.
(1) Hitting of the nail was done
by the hammer on its head.
(2) On its head the nail has had
been hit by the hammer.
(3) Hammering the head of the
nail was done.
(4) The nail was hit by the hammer
on its head.
Question No. (440–464) :
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa fnYyh iqfyl SI
ijh{kk] isij&II 15.12.2017)
440. This picture had been drawn by
me.
(1) I had drawn this picture.
(2) I have drawn this picture.
(3) I drew this picture.
(4) I drawn this picture.
441. The books exhibition had been
opened by the Governor.
(1) The Governor had opened the
books exhibition.
(2) The Governor has opened the
books exhibition.
(3) The Governor opened the
books exhibition.
(4) The Governor opens the
books exhibition.
442. This letter was written by Mr.
Kumar.
(1) Mr. Kumar had written this
letter.
(2) Mr. Kumar writes this letter.
(3) Mr. Kumar has written this
letter.
(4) Mr. Kumar wrote this letter.
443. The flute is being played by Shankar.
(1) Shankar was playing the
flute.
(2) Shankar is playing the flute.
(3) Shankar has been playing the
flute.
(4) Shankar playing the flute.
444. The room is being swept by the
sweeper.
(1) The sweeper is sweeping the
room.
(2) The sweeper swept the room.
(3) The sweeper sweeps the
room.
(4) The sweeper has been
sweeping the room.
445. A gift was given to me by my
friend.
(1) My friend had given me a gift.
(2) My friend has given me a gift.
(3) My friend gave me a gift.
(4) My friend gives me a gift.
SEH–220
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
446. By whom was this work done?
(1) Who had done this work?
(2) Who did this work?
(3) Who has done this work?
(4) Who does this work?
447. He was taken to the hospital by
his friends.
(1) His friends had taken him to
the hospital.
(2) His friends have taken him
to the hospital.
(3) His friends take him to the
hospital.
(4) His friends took him to the
hospital.
448. A few bags were bought by me.
(1) I had bought a few bags.
(2) I have bought a few bags.
(3) I bought a few bags.
(4) I buy a few bags.
449. A children’s story is written by
Amith.
(1) Amith has written a children’s
story.
(2) Amith wrote a children’s story.
(3) Amith writes a children’s story.
(4) Amith had written a children’s
story.
450. Our house was built by my father.
(1) My father had bui lt our
house.
(2) My father builds our house.
(3) My father has built our house.
(4) My father built our house.
451. The telephone had been invented
by Graham Bell.
(1) Graham Bell should have invented
the telephone.
(2) Graham Bell has invented the
telephone.
(3) Graham Bell had invented the
telephone.
(4) Graham Bell invented the
telephone.
452. Who broke this beautiful glass?
(1) By whom has this beautiful
glass been broken?
(2) By whom is this beautiful
glass broken?
(3) By whom was this beautiful
glass broken?
(4) By whom had this beautiful
glass been broken?
453. Did he call you?
(1) Were you called by him?
(2) Are you called by him?
(3) Did you called by him?
(4) Have you been called by him?
454. Were you washing the clothes?
(1) Was the clothes being washed
by you?
(2) Were the clothes being
washed by you?
(3) Is the clothes being washed
by you?
(4) Has the clothes being washed
by you?
455. My elder brother is playing cricket.
(1) Cricket was being played by
my elder brother.
(2) Cricket is being played by my
elder brother.
(3) Cricket has been played by
my elder brother.
(4) Cricket had been played by
my elder brother.
456. Sanjay sells tea.
(1) Tea had been sold by Sanjay.
(2) Tea has been sold by Sanjay.
(3) Tea was sold by Sanjay.
(4) Tea is sold by Sanjay.
457. I have written this essay.
(1) This essay had been written
by me.
(2) This essay is written by me.
(3) This essay has been written
by me.
(4) This essay was written by
me.
458. Mohan was driving a car.
(1) A car is being driven by Mohan.
(2) A car was being driven by
Mohan.
(3) A car has been driven by
Mohan.
(4) A car had been driven by
Mohan.
459. When Ram arrived home, police
arrested him.
(1) When Ram arrived home, he
had been arrested by police.
(2) When Ram arrived home, he
is arrested by police.
(3) When Ram arrived home, he
was arrested by police.
(4) When Ram arrived home, he
was being arrested by police.
460. My sister has painted this wall.
(1) This wall has been painted by
my sister.
(2) This wall have been painted
by my sister.
(3) This wall was painted by my
sister.
(4) This wall is painted by my
sister.
461. We won the cricket match.
(1) The cricket match was won
by us.
(2) The cricket match is won by
us.
(3) The cricket match win by us.
(4) The cricket match had been
won by us.
462. The boy is climbing the cliff.
(1) The cliff have been climbed
by the boy.
(2) The cliff was being climbed
by the boy.
(3) The cliff is being climbed by
the boy.
(4) The cliff had been climbed by
the boy.
463. The gardener was watering the
plants.
(1) The plants is being watered
by the gardener.
(2) The plants are being watered
by the gardener.
(3) The plants watered by the
gardener.
(4) The plants were being watered
by the gardener.
464. Sumanth was reading a book.
(1) A book was being read by
Sumanth.
(2) A book is being read by
Sumanth.
(3) A book is read by Sumanth
(4) A book has been read by
Sumanth.
Question No. (465–584) :
(SSC CGL Tier-II CBE ijh{kk] 21.02.2018)
465. Children like to play all day long.
(1) Liking is done by children of
playing all day long.
(2) Playing all day long is liked by
children.
(3) All day long children do like to
play.
(4) Children play all day long and
like it.
SEH–221
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
466. Once a month we visit the temple.
(1) Visiting the temple is done by
us once a month.
(2) We ourselves visited the temple
once a month.
(3) Once a month the temple is
visited by us.
(4) Monthly there is a visit by us
to the temple.
467. The servant is keeping my house
tidy.
(1) Keeping of my house tidy is
done by the servant.
(2) The servant had kept tidy my
house.
(3) My house is being kept tidy
by the servant.
(4) My house the servant keeps
tidy.
468. The theatre was keeping a seat
for you.
(1) A seat was being kept for you
by the theatre.
(2) Keeping of a seat for you has
been done by the theatre.
(3) The theatre has kept a seat
for you.
(4) A seat would be kept for you
by the theatre.
469. I have kept all your old letters.
(1) Keeping of all your old letters
has been done by me.
(2) I keep your letters which
have become old.
(3) Your letters which have become
old would be kept by
me.
(4) All your old letters have been
kept by me.
470. He had kept up his training regimen
for a month.
(1) Keeping up the training regimen
had been done by him
for a month.
(2) For a month he has had been
keeping his training regimen.
(3) He is training and this has
been kept for a month.
(4) His training regimen had
been kept up by him for a
month.
471. Meenu will return the book.
(1) Returning of the book will be
done by Meenu.
(2) The book will be returned by
Meenu.
(3) The book would have been returned
by Meenu.
(4) The book Meenu will be returning.
472. I will keep your secret.
(1) Keeping of your secret will be
done by me.
(2) I will be keeping the secret
of you.
(3) Your secret will be kept by
me.
(4) Your secret I will be keeping.
473. I would have kept your bicycle
here if you had left it with me.
(1) Your bicycle would have been
kept here if you had left it
with me.
(2) Keeping of your bicycle would
have been done by me if you
had left it.
(3) If you had left it with me I
would have kept your bicycle
there.
(4) Your bicycle would be kept
there if you have left it with
me.
474. I have a feeling that you are keeping
a secret.
(1) I have a feeling that keeping
of a secret is being done by
you.
(2) I have a feeling that a secret
is being kept by you.
(3) Feeling has been had by me
that a secret was kept by
you.
(4) I myself had a feeling that a
secret had been kept by you.
475. We have kept the bird in the cage
too long.
(1) Keeping of the bird in the
cage has been done by us for
too long.
(2) The bird has been kept in the
cage by us for too long.
(3) We have been keeping for long
the bird in the cage.
(4) The bird would have been kept
in the cage by us for too long.
476. The agent will take you to the
property.
(1) Taking you to the property will
be done by the agent.
(2) The agent would be taking you
to the property.
(3) You were taken to the property
by the agent.
(4) You will be taken to the property
by the agent.
477. I have poured the tea.
(1) Pouring of the tea by me has
been done.
(2) The tea is being poured by
me.
(3) The tea has been poured by
me.
(4) The tea pouring was done by
myself.
478. People drink champagne on New
Year’s Eve.
(1) Drinking of champagne is
done on New Year’s Eve.
(2) New Year’s Eve was the day
when people drank champagne.
(3) People on Eve of New Year
drink champagne.
(4) Champagne is drunk on New
Year’s Eve.
479. Chefs use these machines to mix
the ingredients.
(1) These machines are used by
chefs to mix the ingredients.
(2) Using of these machines is
done by chefs to mix the ingredients.
(3) Chefs mix the ingredients
using these machines.
(4) These machines had been
used to mix the ingredients
by chefs.
480. They renovated the restaurant in
2017.
(1) The restaurant was renovated
by them in 2017.
(2) Renovating the restaurant
was done by them in 2017.
(3) The renovated restaurant was
by them in 2017.
(4) The restaurant in 2017 was
being renovated by them.
481. The teachers informed the students
that the class had been cancelled.
(1) Informing the students that
the class is cancelled was
done by the teachers.
(2) The class has been cancelled,
this the teachers informed
the students.
(3) The students were informed
by the teachers that the class
had been cancelled.
(4) The teachers cancelled the
class and informed the students.
482. The cleaners sweep the streets
everyday.
(1) Sweeping of the streets everyday
has been done by the
cleaners.
SEH–222
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
(2) Everyday the cleaners have
been sweeping the streets.
(3) The streets are swept by the
cleaners everyday.
(4) The streets have had been
swept by the cleaners everyday.
483. The bullet hit the soldier in the
arm.
(1) Hitting in the arm of the soldier
has been done by the
bullet.
(2) The soldier was hit in the arm
by the bullet.
(3) The bullet has hit it in the arm
of the soldier.
(4) The arm of the soldier is being
hit by a bullet.
484. The police arrested him on suspicion.
(1) Arresting him on suspicion
has been done by the police.
(2) On suspicion the police had
been arresting him.
(3) He was arrested on suspicion
by the police.
(4) He has had been arrested on
suspicion by the police.
485. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
Some girls were helping the
wounded men.
(1) The wounded men were helping
some girls.
(2) The wounded men were being
helped by some girls.
(3) The wounded men are being
helped by some girls.
(4) The wounded men received
help from some girls.
(SSC CHSL ijh{kk] (r`rh; ikyh) 04.03.2018)
486. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
Someone has invited me to the
cruise.
(1) Someone has sent invitation
to the cruise.
(2) I had been invited to the
cruise.
(3) I have been invited to the
cruise.
(4) I was invite to the cruise by
some body.
(SSC CHSL ijh{kk] (izFke ikyh) 06.03.2018)
487. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
The girl caught the kite.
(1) The kit e was caught by the
girl.
(2) The kite is caught by the girl.
(3) The kite was catch by the girl.
(4) The kite is catch by the girl.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier – I CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 07.03.2018)
488. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
Somebody has stolen my register.
(1) My register has been stolen.
(2) My register has been stolen
upon.
(3) My register has stolen by
somebody.
(4) My register has been a steal.
(SSC CHSL ijh{kk] (r`rh; ikyh) 07.03.2018)
489. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
Lily was making a fort.
(1) Lily made a fort.
(2) A fort was being made by Lily.
(3) A fort made by Lily.
(4) A fort got made by Lily.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-I CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 08.03.2018)
490. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
My sister will write an application.
(1) An application would be wrote
by my sister.
(2) An application will be wrote
by my sister.
(3) An application will be written
by my sister.
(4) An application would written
by my sister.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-I CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 10.03.2018)
491. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
The audience laughed at the comedian.
(1) The comedian is laughed at
by the audience.
(2) The comedian was laughed at
by the audience.
(3) The comedian was laughed at
by everyone.
(4) The comedian was laugh at
by the audience.
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 12.03.2018)
492. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
The teacher told him to collect
assignments.
(1) He was told to collect assignments
by the teacher.
(2) He is told by the teacher to
collect assignments.
(3) The teacher asked him to
collect assignments.
(4) He was asked to collect assignments.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-I CBE aijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 15.03.2018)
493. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
I am observing the animals.
(1) The animals are observed.
(2) The animals is being
observed.
(3) The animals are being
observed.
(4) The animals are under
observation.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) aijh{kk] (r`rh; ikyh)
15.03.2018)
494. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
SEH–223
TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (ACTIVE/PASSIVE)
The rascal cheated him out of his
money.
(1) His money was cheated out
by the rascal.
(2) He was cheated out of his
money by the rascal.
(3) He was cheated out of money
by the rascal.
(4) Money was cheated by the
rascal of him.
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier–I CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 16.03.2018)
495. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
One can achieve reward by hard
work.
(1) Reward could be achieved by
hard work.
(2) Reward is needed for hard
work.
(3) Reward is achieved by hard
work.
(4) Reward can be achieved by
hard work.
(SSC CHSL (10+2) ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 17.03.2018)
496. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
Shah Jahan built the Red Fort.
(1) The Red Fort is build by Shah
Jahan.
(2) The Red Fort was built by
Shah Jahan.
(3) The Red Fort got build by
Shah Jahan.
(4) The Red Fort built by Shah
Jahan.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-I CBE aijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 15.03.2018)
497. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in
Passive/Active Voice.
The watch man opened the gate.
(1) The gate opened the watch
man.
(2) The gate is being opened by
the watchman.
(3) The gate was opened by the
watchman.
(4) The gate is opened by the
watchman.
(SSC CHSL ijh{kk] (izFke ikyh) 19.03.2018)
498. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
She expects good news.
(1) Good news is expected by
her.
(2) News should be good by her.
(3) Good news was expected by
her.
(4) Good news expected.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-1 CBE ijh{kk]
(r`rh; ikyh) 19.03.2018)
499. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
The Chinese company manufactured
those robots.
(1) Those robots were manufactured
by the Chinese company.
(2) Those robots was manufacture
by the Chinese company.
(3) These robots were manufactured
by the Chinese company.
(4) The robots was manufactured
by the Chinese company.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-1 CBE ijh{kk]
(izFke ikyh) 20.03.2018)
500. A sentence has been given in
Active/Passive Voice. Out of the
four given alternatives, select the
one which best expresses the
same sentence in Passive/Active
Voice.
The mechanic uses old spare
parts for the car.
(1) Old spare parts were used for
the car by the mechanic.
(2) Old spare parts was used for
the car by the mechanic.
(3) Old spare parts is being used
for the car by the mechanic.
(4) Old spare parts are used for
the car by the mechanic.
(SSC CHSL (10 + 2) Tier-1 CBE ijh{kk]
(r`rh; ikyh) 20.03.2018)

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