Time to be active...Learn Grammar-Voice

The article is meant for age-group 12 and above. This article contains some attachments which will help you learn Voice. It is divided into Active voice and Passive voice. Most students are not able to score well in the exams due to lack of proper understanding of grammar. The attachments are offering explanations to the rules and a practise exercise is also given. The answers will be provided.

Active and Passive voice

This is the first lesson on grammar. It talks about Voice - Active and Passive. In active voice, as the word 'active' suggests, the subject or the doer is active.

In passive voice, the 'passive' word refers to the inactive subject who was active in the active voice.

For example:

1. Mohan plays cricket.(here subject Mohan is active)
2. Cricket is played by Mohan.(here subject Mohan is passive)

When active voice is changed into passive voice, 'by ' is used.
Now read the attachments for the actual explanations and practice exercise.



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