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Type the verbs in the correct tense, in the passive.
- I don’t have to go to the newsstand because the paper (deliver) to our house every day.simple present|main clause is in the simple present, signal words: every day
- When Kylie went to school, she (pick up) by her parents every day.simple past|main clause is in the simple past, signal words: every day (every day back then)
- You need not clean the bathroom. It (clean/already) by someone else.present perfect|main clause is in the simple present, signal words: already
- Relax! From now on everything (do) for you.future I|signal words: from now on
- When I came home, dinner (cooked/not) yet.past perfect|main clause is in the simple past, signal words: not yet (not yet at that point)
Change the active sentences into passive sentences. Use the same tense as in the active sentence.
- He invents silly things.
- I am reading a book.
- She has signed the contract.
- A car hit me.
- My neighbours will take care of my plants.
Construct sentences in the impersonal passive.
- They think that he earns a lot of money.
→ He is thought to + infinitive|or|It is thought that he + third person singular
- Visitors say that these museums have wonderful exhibits.
→ These museums are said to + infinitive|or|It is said that these museums + third person plural
- Everybody knows that this sculpture is the artist’s greatest work.
→ This sculpture is known to + infinitive|or|It is known that this sculpture + third person singular
- The police assume that the arrested man has robbed the bank.
→ The arrested man is assumed to + infinitive von have|or|It is assumed that the arrested man + third person singular of have
- Experts suppose that this jewellery belonged to Cleopatra.
→ This jewellery is supposed to + perfect participle (have belonged), to emphasise that we're talking about the past|or|It is said that this jewellery + simple past