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Grammar Quizzes- Level 4

Quiz 1 Passive Voice (Quiz 1 Answers)

Quiz 2 Passive Past (Quiz 2 Answers)

Quiz 3 Passive Future (Quiz 3 Answers)

Quiz 4 Passive With Get (Quiz 4 Answers)

Quiz 5 Be Supposed To (Quiz 5 Answers)

Quiz 6 Have To Passive (Quiz 6 Answers)

Quiz 7 Continuous Passive (Quiz 7 Answers)

Quiz 8 Present Perfect Passive (Quiz 8 Answers)

Quiz 9 Passive Modals (Quiz 9 Answers)

Quiz 10 Passive Modals Past (Quiz 10 Answers)

Quiz 11 Be Going To Passive (Quiz 11 Answers)

Quiz 12 Was Were Going To Passive (Quiz 12 Answers)

Quiz 13 Passive Or Active (Quiz 13 Answers)

Quiz 14 Passive Infinitives (Quiz 14 Answers)

Quiz 15 Passive Gerunds (Quiz 15 Answers)

Quiz 16 Causative Verbs (Quiz 16 Answers)

Grammar Level 4
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Quiz 1 Passive Voice, Present Tense

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the present tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. I ______ _________ every two weeks by the company I work for. (pay)
2. The cars ________ __________ by hand at that car wash. (wash)
3. It _______ __________ in Korea. (make – negative)
4. The baby ______ ___________ every four hours. (feed)
5. You _______ ___________ a lot of work to do during the week. (give)
6. His hair ______ _________ every four weeks. (cut)
7. My car ______ ____________ regularly by a mechanic. (check)
8. The students ________ ____________ English by their teacher. (teach)
9. The office _______ ____________ at night. (clean – negative)
10. A lot of work ______ _________ by people you never see. (do)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the present tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. ________ you _____________ on Fridays? (pay)
2. On what days ________ the store ____________? (close)
3. ________ the computer ___________ yet? (fix – negative)
4. _______ he ___________ a lot of responsibility in his job? (give)
5. _______ the packages _____________ in the morning? (deliver)
6. _______ she ___________ to school every morning? (drive)
7. When ________ the students _____________? (test)
8. When ________ I ___________? (pay)
9. Where _______ the best soccer ___________? (play)
10. _______ he __________ by his wife anymore? (love – negative)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “give” in the present tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular

plural

Conjugate the verb “wash” in the present tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular

plural

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Quiz 1 Passive Voice, Present Tense (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the present tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. I am paid every two weeks by the company I work for. (pay)
2. The cars are washed by hand at that car wash. (wash)
3. It isn’t made in Korea. (make – negative)
4. The baby is fed every four hours. (feed)
5. You are given a lot of work to do during the week. (give)
6. His hair is cut every four weeks. (cut)
7. My car is checked regularly by a mechanic. (check)
8. The students are taught English by their teacher. (teach)
9. The office isn’t cleaned at night. (clean – negative)
10. A lot of work is done by people you never see. (do)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the present tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. Are you paid on Fridays? (pay)
2. On what days is the store closed? (close)
3. Isn’t the computer fixed yet? (fix – negative)
4. Is he given a lot of responsibility in his job? (give)
5. Are the packages delivered in the morning? (deliver)
6. Is she driven to school every morning? (drive)
7. When are the students tested? (test)
8. When am I paid? (pay)
9. Where is the best soccer played? (play)
10. Isn’t he loved by his wife anymore? (love – negative)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “give” in the present tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular
I am given, You are given, He is given, She is given, It is given

plural
We are given, You are given, They are given

Conjugate the verb “wash” in the present tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular
I’m not washed, You aren’t washed, He isn’t washed, She isn’t washed, It isn’t washed

plural
We aren’t washed, You aren’t washed, They aren’t washed

Remember: you can use any verb in this exercise, regular or irregular. we just happened to pick “wash.” It’s most likely with this particular verb to say “It isn’t washed” or “They aren’t washed,” but you can use it with people too in some cases.

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Quiz 2 The Passive Voice, Past Tense

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. She _______ ____________ by another car. (hit)
2. The carpet _________ _____________ yesterday. (vacuum)
3. The employees _________ ___________off last year. (lay)
4. I think this guitar _________ ______________ in Korea. (make)
5. You _______ ___________ by your teacher. (help)
6. The elderly man _______ ___________ by the doctor. (see)
7. We __________ ______________ much time to finish the assignment. (give – negative)
8. The door ________ ____________ open with a crowbar. (force)
9. Our neighbors_________ _____________ by the police (visit)
10. The job _________ ___________ in time. (finish – negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. _________ the mail _____________ this morning? (deliver)
2. _________ you ____________ what to do? (tell)
3. Why _________ the little girl _____________ from the burning house? (save – negative)
4. Where _________ my wallet ___________? (find)
5. _________ I __________ a flu shot when I was a baby? (give)
6. Where _______ Mary ____________? (bear*)
7. _________ this shirt ___________ ? (wear)
8. __________ the entire pizza __________ ?(eat – negative)
9. How quickly ________ his email ____________ to? (reply)
10. ________ he _____________ in a firefight? (kill)
*bear / bore / born

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “make” in the past tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular

plural

Conjugate the verb “provide” in the past tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular

plural

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Quiz 2 The Passive Voice, Past Tense (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. She was hit by another car. (hit)
2. The carpet was vacuumed yesterday. (vacuum)
3. The employees were laid off last year. (lay)
4. I think this guitar was made in Korea. (make)
5. You were helped by your teacher. (help)
6. The elderly man was seen by the doctor. (see)
7. We weren’t given much time to finish the assignment. (give – negative)
8. The door was forced open with a crowbar. (force)
9. Our neighbors were visited by the police (visit)
10. The job wasn’t finished in time. (finish – negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1.Was the mail delivered this morning? (deliver)
2. Were you told what to do? (tell)
3. Why wasn’t the little girl saved from the burning house? (save – negative)
4. Where was my wallet found? (find)
5. Was I given a flu shot when I was a baby? (give)
6. Where was Mary born? (bear*)
7. Was this shirt worn ? (wear)
8. Wasn’t the entire pizza eaten?(eat – negative)
9. How quickly was his email replied to? (reply)
10. Was he killed in a firefight? (kill)
*bear / bore / born

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “make” in the past tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular
I was made, You were made, He was made, She was made, It was made

plural
We were made, You were made, They were made

Conjugate the verb “provide” in the past tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular
I wasn’t provided, You weren’t provided, He wasn’t provided, She wasn’t provided, It wasn’t provided

plural
We weren’t provided, You weren’t provided, They weren’t provided

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Quiz 3 The Passive Voice, Future Tense

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. They _______ _____ _____________ tomorrow. (pick up)
2. I hope she _______ ____ _________ by the news. (hurt–negative)
3. You ________ ______ ___________ by the doctor soon. (see)
4. Our dinner _______ ______ ___________ by a famous chef if we go to that restaurant. (prepare)
5. I _____ _____ _______ if I come to work late one more time. (fire)
6. My wife________ ______ __________ for a new position at her company. (consider)
7. The movie _______ ______ ____________ at 7:00. (show)
8. The entrance to the mall ______ ______ ________ at 9:30. (close)
9. Those tomatoes ________ ______ ________ if they are rotten. (sell – negative)
10. A new skyscraper ______ _____ _______ in this location. (build)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. ________ he ______ __________ off next week? (lay)
2. ______ the town _____ __________ if the levee breaks? (destroy)
3. When _______ I ______ ___________ by the doctor? (see)
4. ________ my car _______ ____________ this afternoon? (fix)
5. ________ he ______ ____________ if he goes to Iraq? (kill)
6. When _______ the baby ________ ____________? (bear*)
7. Why ________ the old machines _____ __________ with new machines? (replace – negative)
8. ______ the men _____ _________ if they don’t cooperate? (harm)
9. Where _______ they _____ __________ by the company? (send)
10. ________ the prisoners_______ __________ humanely by their captors? (treat)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “see” in the future tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular

plural

Conjugate the verb “help” in the future tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular

plural

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Quiz 3 The Passive Voice, Future Tense (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. They will be picked up tomorrow. (pick up)
2. I hope she won’t be hurt by the news. (hurt–negative)
3. You will be seen by the doctor soon. (see)
4. Our dinner will be prepared by a famous chef if we go to that restaurant. (prepare)
5. I will be fired if I come to work late one more time. (fire)
6. My wife will be considered for a new position at her company. (consider)
7. The movie will be shown at 7:00. (show)
8. The entrance to the mall will be closed at 9:30. (close)
9. Those tomatoes won’t be sold if they are rotten. (sell – negative)
10. A new skyscraper will be built in this location. (build)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. Will he be laid off next week? (lay)
2. Will the town be destroyed if the levee breaks? (destroy)
3. When will I be seen by the doctor? (see)
4. Will my car be fixed this afternoon? (fix)
5. Will he be killed if he goes to Iraq? (kill)
6. When will the baby be born? (bear*)
7. Why won’t the old machines be replaced with new machines? (replace – negative)
8. Will the men be harmed if they don’t cooperate? (harm)
9. Where will they be sent by the company? (send)
10. Will the prisoners be treated humanely by their captors? (treat)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “see” in the future tense, passive voice. (5 points)
singular
I will be seen, You will be seen, He will be seen, She will be seen, It will be seen

plural
We will be seen, Your will be seen, They will be seen

Conjugate the verb “help” in the future tense, passive voice, negative . (5 points)
singular
I won’t be helped, You won’t be helped, He won’t be helped, She won’t be helped, It won’t be helped

plural
We won’t be helped, You won’t be helped, They won’t be helped

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Quiz 4 The Passive Voice With Get

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the verb in the passive voice, present tense. Use “get” instead of “be.” (10 points)
1. She _______ ____________ to a lot of parties. (invite)
2. My emails ______ __________ to all my students. (send)
3. The garbage ________ _____________ every Monday. (collect)
4. _______ the mail _______ _____________ today? (deliver)
5. I _______ ____________ by seeing new growth in the spring. (excite)
6. ____ we _______ our pictures __________ for the ID cards? (take)
7. Did you know that many people around the world ________ ____________ by landmines in the ground every day? (kill)
8. The students ______ their work __________ by the teacher. (check)
9. Meat _______ ____________ if it’s left out of the refrigerator for too long. (spoil)
10. My website ________ ____________ at by a lot of people. (look)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. ________ he ______ __________ off last week? (lay)
2. His car ________ ____________ by another driver. (hit)
3. How _______ the house ______ ___________ so fast? (build)
4. John ________ ____________ for a baseball team. (choose)
5. I _______ ___________ a letter from the U.S. government. (send)
6. These apples ______ ____________ by workers who moved here from Mexico. (pick)
7. A lot of food _______ ______ ________ at the party. (eat-negative)
8. She ______ ____________ while she was at work. (hurt)
9. My garbage _______ __________ _________ this morning, and now it’s still outside. (collect – negative)
10. The baby _______ ____________ by her mother. (wash)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “pay” in the, passive voice, present tense. Use “get.” (5 points)
singular

plural

Conjugate the verb “finish” in the passive voice, past tense negative . Use “get” (5 points)
singular

plural

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Quiz 4 The Passive Voice With Get (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the verb in the passive voice, present tense. Use “get” instead of “be.” (10 points)
1. She gets invited to a lot of parties. (invite)
2. My emails get sent to all my students. (send)
3. The garbage gets collected every Monday. (collect)
4. Does the mail get delivered today? (deliver)
5. I get excited by seeing new growth in the spring. (excite)
6. Do we get our pictures taken for the ID cards? (take)
7. Did you know that many people around the world get killed by landmines in the ground every day? (kill)
8. The students get their work checked by the teacher. (check)
9. Meat gets spoiled if it’s left out of the refrigerator for too long (spoil)
10. My website gets looked at by a lot of people. (look)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the verb in the past tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. Did he get laid off last week? (lay off)
2. His car got hit by another driver. (hit)
3. How did the house get built so fast? (build)
4. John got chosen for a baseball team. (choose)
5. I got sent a letter from the U.S. government. (send)
6. These apples got picked by workers who moved here from Mexico. (pick)
7. A lot of food didn’t get eaten at the party. (eat-negative)
8. She got hurt while she was at work. (hurt)
9. My garbage didn’t get collected this morning, and now it’s still outside. (collect – negative)
10. The baby got washed by her mother. (wash)

Part C.
Directions: Conjugate the verb “pay” in the, passive voice, present tense. Use “get.” (5 points)
singular
I get paid, You get paid, He gets paid, She gets paid, It gets paid

plural
We get paid, You get paid, They get paid

Conjugate the verb “finish” in the passive voice, past tense negative . Use “get” (5 points)
singular
I didn’t get finished, You didn’t get finished, He didn’t get finished, She didn’t get finished, It didn’t get finished

plural
We didn’t get finished, You didn’t get finished, They didn’t get finished

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Quiz 5 Be Supposed To

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with “(be) supposed to” in the present tense. Use the main verb provided. (10 points)
1. The flight ____________________________________ at 10:00 this morning. (leave)
2. I ___________________________________________ some email to my students today. (send out)
3. The garbage ________________________________________ today. (collect)
4. __________ these packages ____________________________ to the post office? (go)
5. We _____________________________________________ in this classroom. We have to go next door. (meet – negative)
6. What __________ they _______________________________ with their unused notebooks? Save them? (do)
7. Hurry! You _______________________________________ at work by 9:00. (be)
8. My wife _____________________________________ dinner tonight. (make)
9. That business ____________________________________ its doors this week because it isn’t making any money. (close)
10. _____________ you ______________________________ this homework before you go to sleep? (finish – negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with “(be) supposed to” in the past tense. Use the main verb provided. (10 points)
1. She ______________________________________ me here at 12:30. Where is she? (meet)
2. His car _____________________________________ by now, but it’s still in the garage. (fix – passive)
3. ____________ you _____________________________ to that meeting? (go – negative)
4. I _________________________________________ my brother yesterday, but then he called and said he didn’t need it . (help)
5. We __________________________________________ a baseball game today, but it rained and the game got called off. (see)
6. This chicken __________________________________, but it was left out too long and now it’s spoiled. (refrigerate – passive)
7. It ________________________________________ last night. (rain – negative)
8. What __________ I ___________________________ today? I can’t remember. (do)
9. The newspaper ______________________________________ before 7:00. Where is it? (deliver – passive)
10. The baby ___________________________________ a couple of days ago. (bear – passive)

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Quiz 5 Be Supposed To (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with “(be) supposed to” in the present tense. Use the main verb provided. (10 points)
1. The flight is supposed to leave at 10:00 this morning. (leave)
2. I’m supposed to send out some email to my students today. (send out)
3. The garbage is supposed to be collected today. (collect – passive)
4. Are these packages supposed to go to the post office? (go)
5. We aren’t supposed to meet in this classroom. We have to go next door. (meet – negative)
6. What are they supposed to do with their unused notebooks? Save them? (do)
7. Hurry! You’re supposed to be at work by 9:00. (be)
8. My wife is supposed to make dinner tonight. (make)
9. That business is supposed to close its doors this week because it isn’t making any money. (close)
10. Aren’t you supposed to finish this homework before you go to sleep? (finish – negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with “(be) supposed to” in the past tense. Use the main verb provided. (10 points)
1. She was supposed to meet me here at 12:30. Where is she? (meet)
2. His car was supposed to be fixed by now, but it’s still in the garage. (fix – passive)
3. Weren’t you supposed to go to that meeting? (go – negative)
4. I was supposed to help my brother yesterday, but then he called and said he didn’t need it . (help)
5. We were supposed to see a baseball game today, but it rained and the game got called off. (see)
6. This chicken was supposed to be refrigerated, but it was left out too long and now it’s spoiled. (refrigerate – passive)
7. It wasn’t supposed to rain last night. The ground is all wet. (rain – negative)
8. What was I supposed to do today? I can’t remember. (do)
9. The newspaper was supposed to be delivered before 7:00. Where is it? (deliver – passive)
10. The baby was supposed to be born a couple of days ago. (bear – passive)

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Quiz 6 Have To Passive

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with “have to” in the present tense or the past tense. Use the verbs in parentheses ( ___ ).
1. The car ______________________________________ because it’s so dirty. (wash, present tense)
2. The windows __________________________________________ because they are clean. (wash, present tense–negative)
3. Tony _____________________________________________ from the airport this evening at 7:00. (pick up, present tense)
4. The rent ________________________________________ by the fifth of the month, but it was late. (pay, past tense)
5. She __________________________________________ by the doctor. (see, past tense–negative)
6. You ____________________________________________cutting the grasss before it gets dark outside. (finish, present tense)
7. This _____________________________________________ until next week. (do, present tense–negative)
8. They ___________________________________________ how to operate the machine. (show, past tense)
9. All of your vegetables _____________________________________ before you leave the table. (eat, present tense)
10. My garden _______________________________________________ because it rained. (water, past tense–negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with “have to” in the present tense or the past tense.
1. __________ dinner _________________________________ right now? (make, present tense)
2. __________ the building ____________________________________? (evacuate, past tense)
3. __________ the contract _____________________________________ by both of us? (sign, present tense–negative)
4. __________ this medicine _____________________________________ twice a day? (take, present tense)
5. __________ the money ________________________________________ on time? (pay, past tense–negative)
6. __________ the building _______________________________________ before winter? (complete, present tense)
7. __________ this package ________________________________________last week? (deliver, past tense–negative)
8. When __________ the oil filter _______________________________________ ? (change, present tense)
9. How long __________ this turkey ____________________________________ in the oven? (leave, present tense)
10. Why __________ that _______________________________________ so early? (do, past tense)

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Quiz 6 Have To Passive (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with “have to” in the present tense or the past tense. Use the verbs in parentheses ( ___ ).
1. The car has to be washed because it’s so dirty. (wash, present tense)
2. The windows don’t have to be washed because they are clean. (wash, present tense–negative)
3. Tony has to be picked up from the airport this evening at 7:00. (pick up, present tense)
4. The rent had to be paid by the fifth of the month, but it was late. (pay, past tense)
5. She didn’t have to be seen by the doctor. (see, past tense–negative)
6. You have to be finished cutting the grasss before it gets dark outside. (finish, present tense)
7. This doesn’t have to be done until next week. (do, present tense–negative)
8. They had to be shown how to operate the machine. (show, past tense)
9. All of your vegetables have to be eaten before you leave the table. (eat, present tense)
10. My garden didn’t have to be watered because it rained. (water, past tense–negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with “have to” in the present tense or the past tense.
1. Does dinner have to be made right now? (make, present tense)
2. Did the building have to be evauated? (evacuate, past tense)
3. Doesn’t the contract have to be signed by both of us? (sign, present tense–negative)
4. Does this medicine have to be taken twice a day? (take, present tense)
5. Didn’t the money have to be paid on time? (pay, past tense–negative)
6. Does the building have to be completed before winter? (complete, present tense)
7. Didn’t this package have to be delivered last week? (deliver, past tense–negative)
8. When does the oil filter have to be changed? (change, present tense)
9. How long does this turkey have to be left in the oven? (leave, present tense)
10. Why did that have to be done so early? (do, past tense)

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Quiz 7 Present and Past Continuous Tenses in Passive Voice

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the present continuous tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. The baby __________________________________ by his mother. (feed)
2. My videos ___________________________________ by a lot of people on YouTube. (watch)
3. __________ you _______________________________? (help)
4. I ___________________________________________ by a strange person in the car behind me. (follow)
5. The room _________________________________________ by the housekeeping staff. (clean)
6. ________ she ______________________________________ at work? (train)
7. This TV show __________________________________________ around the world. (seen)
8. Those old computers _________________________________________ very much these days. (use –negative)
9. My tomatoes ___________________________________________ by chipmunks. (eat)
10. _________ Jeff _____________________________________ to Iraq? (send)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the past continuous tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. Too many children ________________________________________ by that dog, so the owners got rid of it. (bite)
2. Our mail _____________________________________________ to the wrong address. (deliver)
3. A lot of money __________________________________________ by that company before the economic crisis. (make)
4. __________ they __________________________________ the truth? (tell–negative)
5. __________ you ____________________________________ overtime for all those extra hours of work last month? (pay)
6. The building ________________________________________ with oil before it switched over to natural gas. (heat)
7. Why __________ she __________________________________ for an illness she didn’t have? (treat)
8. The animals ___________________________________________ on that farm. (mistreat)
9. The oil in this car __________________________________________ regularly before I bought it. (change–negative)
10. The U.S. Capitol ____________________________________________ when we visited Washington. (renovate)

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Quiz 7 Present and Past Continuous Tenses in Passive Voice (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the present continuous tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. The baby is being fed by his mother. (feed)
2. My videos are being watched by a lot of people on YouTube. (watch)
3. Are you being helped? (help)
4. I am being followed by a strange person in the car behind me. (follow)
5. The room is being cleaned by the housekeeping staff. (clean)
6. Is she being trained at work? (train)
7. This TV show is being seen around the world. (seen)
8. Those old computers aren’t being used very much these days. (use –negative)
9. My tomatoes are being eaten by chipmunks. (eat)
10. Is Jeff being sent to Iraq? (send)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the past continuous tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. Too many children were being bitten by that dog, so the owners got rid of it. (bite)
2. Our mail was being delivered to the wrong address. (deliver)
3. A lot of money was being made by that company before the economic crisis. (make)
4. Weren’t they being told the truth? (tell–negative)
5. Were you being paid overtime for all those extra hours of work last month? (pay)
6. The building was being heated with oil before it switched over to natural gas. (heat)
7. Why was she being treated for an illness she didn’t have? (treat)
8. The animals were being mistreated on that farm. (mistreat)
9. The oil in this car wasn’t being changed regularly before I bought it. (change–negative)
10. The U.S. Capitol was being renovated when we visited Washington. (renovate)

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Quiz 8 Present Perfect Tense in Passive Voice

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement in the present perfect tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. The work ____________________________________. (finish)
2. Pedro _____________________________________ yet. (pay–negative)
3. The apartment across the street ______________________________________by the police twice this week. (visit)
4. She __________________________________________ many times not to do that anymore. (tell)
5. My car ___________________________________________yet. (fix–negative)
6. I _____________________________________________ by a few people who want to do business with me. (contact)
7. Wars in that part of the world ________________________________________ for decades. (fight)
8. That technique _________________________________________ many times. (try)
9. These hamburgers ____________________________________________long enough. (cook–negative)
10. Our offer to buy the building ________________________________________ with some resistance from the city. (meet)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question in the present perfect tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. __________ that part of the world ever _______________________________________ by people? (visit)
2. __________ the mail _________________________________________________ yet? (deliver)
3. __________ the students _____________________________________________ their books? (give)
4. __________ the problem ___________________________________________ by the city leaders? (address)
5. __________ the thieves ___________________________________________ yet? (catch–negative)
6. __________ the money ___________________________________________ wisely? (spend)
7. Why __________ the laundry _____________________________________ yet? (do–negative)
8. Where ___________ the prisoner _____________________________________? (take)
9. What ___________________________________________________ to help the poor in this country? (do)
10. How many opportunities __________ you _______________________________? (give)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement in the present perfect tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.

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Quiz 8 Present Perfect Tense in Passive Voice (Answers)

1. The work has been finished. (finish)
2. Pedro hasn’t been paid yet. (pay–negative)
3. The apartment across the street has been visited by the police twice this week. (visit)
4. She has been told many times not to do that anymore. (tell)
5. My car hasn’t been fixed yet. (fix–negative)
6. I have been contacted by a few people who want to do business with me. (contact)
7. Wars in that part of the world have been fought for decades. (fight)
8. That technique has been tried many times. (try)
9. These hamburgers haven’t been cooked long enough. (cook–negative)
10. Our offer to buy the building has been met with some resistance from the city. (meet)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question in the present perfect tense, passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. Has that part of the world ever been visited by people? (visit)
2. Has the mail been delivered yet? (deliver)
3. Have the students been given their books? (give)
4. Has the problem been addressed by the city leaders? (address)
5. Haven’t the thieves been caught yet? (catch–negative)
6. Has the money been spent wisely? (spend)
7. Why hasn’t the laundry been done yet? (do–negative)
8. Where has the prisoner been taken? (take)
9. What has been done to help the poor in this country? (do)
10. How many opportunities have you been given? (give)

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Quiz 9 Passive Modals- Can & Should in Passive Voice

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “can” in the passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. Some interesting animals ____________________________________ at the zoo. (find)
2. This recipe _________________________________________ very quickly. (make)
3. The building __________________________________________ from the side. (enter)
4. This old car ____________________________________________ safely anymore. (drive–negative)
5. ____________ this computer______________________________________ ? (fix)
6. A new house __________________________________________________ at this location. (build–negative)
7. Downtown Minneapolis _________________________________________ from here on a clear day. (see)
8. Why ___________ he _________________________________ another chance? (give–negative)
9. ___________ that heavy chair __________________________________ by just one person? (move)
10. This food ________________________________________________ for up to one week. (refrigerate)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “should” in the passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. The cat _________________________________________________ twice a day. (feed)
2. By what time ________________ this work ____________________________________? (finish)
3. The pizza __________________________________________ by now. (do)
4. This medication _________________________________________________ on an empty stomach. (take–negative)
5. ______________ they _____________________________________ the truth about their father? (tell)
6. ________________ the money ____________________________________ before we bring it to the bank? (count–negative)
7. A hamburger ______________________________________________ with your hands–not a fork! (eat)
8. This glass vase ____________________________________________ in a safe place. (put)
9. She ___________________________________________________ anymore candy. (give–negative)
10. How often _______________ the students __________________________________? (test)

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Quiz 9 Passive Modals- Can & Should in Passive Voice (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “can” in the passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. Some interesting animals can be found at the zoo. (find)
2. This recipe can be made very quickly. (make)
3. The building can be entered from the side. (enter)
4. This old car can’t be driven safely anymore. (drive–negative)
5. Can this computer be fixed? (fix)
6. A new house can’t be built at this location. (build–negative)
7. Downtown Minneapolis can be seen from here on a clear day. (see)
8. Why can’t he be given another chance? (give–negative)
9. Can that heavy chair be moved by just one person? (move)
10. This food can be refrigerated for up to one week. (refrigerate)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “should” in the passive voice. The main verb is in parentheses.
1. The cat should be fed twice a day. (feed)
2. By what time should this work be finished? (finish)
3. The pizza should be done by now. (do)
4. This medication shouldn’t be taken on an empty stomach. (take–negative)
5. Should they be told the truth about their father? (tell)
6. Shouldn’t the money be counted before we bring it to the bank? (count–negative)
7. A hamburger should be eaten with your hands–not a fork! (eat)
8. This glass vase should be put in a safe place. (put)
9. She shouldn’t be given anymore candy. (give–negative)
10. How often should the students be tested? (test)

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Quiz 10 Present Prefect Modal Verbs- Passive Voice

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “should” and the main verb in the passive voice, present perfect tense. The main verb is in parentheses.
Example: He ______ _______ ________ _________ something to eat. (give) / He should have been given something to eat.
1. You ________ ________ _________ ________ what do to. (tell)
2. This work _________ __________ _________ __________ by now, but it isn’t. (finish)
3. The turkey _________ __________ _________ _________ in the oven a little longer because it’s still raw in the middle. (leave)
4. That old building _________ _________ __________ __________ years ago. (demolish)
5. Why __________ he __________ __________ __________ more time to finish his test than the other students? (give)
6. The water ________ _________ _________ _________ before the people drank it. (test)
7. It ___________ __________ __________ __________ in front of the children. (discuss — negative)
8. __________ they __________ __________ __________ before they entered the country? (question — negative)
9. The door __________ ___________ __________ ___________, but it wasn’t and someone got in. (lock)
10. We __________ ___________ __________ ___________ before a decision was made. (contact)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “could” and the main verb in the passive voice, present perfect tense. The main verb is in parentheses.
Example: My cats ______ _______ _______ _________ in that fire. (kill) / My cats could have been killed in that fire.
1. You have to be more careful! You __________ __________ __________ __________ by that man with the gun. (kill)
2. The problem _________ __________ __________ __________ sooner if everyone had worked together. (solve)
3. My laundry __________ __________ __________ __________ faster with better machines. (do)
4. Those two people __________ __________ __________ __________ if their parents hadn’t agreed to it. (marry — negative)
5. _________ the tenants __________ __________ _________ earlier that they needed to leave by next month? (notify — negative)
6. His head __________ _________ __________ _________ without a helmet. (crush)
7. That game __________ __________ __________ __________ without a good effort from everyone. (win — negative)
8. Why __________ the passengers __________ __________ __________ more information about screening procedures? (give — negative)
9. __________ the company __________ _________ __________ without help from the government? (save)
10. This movie __________ ___________ __________ __________ without all of the people who helped me. (made — negative)

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Quiz 10 Present Prefect Modal Verbs- Passive Voice (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “should” and the main verb in the passive voice, present perfect tense. The main verb is in parentheses.
Example: He ______ _______ ________ _________ something to eat. (give) / He should have been given something to eat.
1. You should have been told what do to. (tell)
2. This work should have been finished by now, but it isn’t. (finish)
3. The turkey should have been left in the oven a little longer because it’s still raw in the middle. (leave)
4. That old building should have been demolished years ago. (demolish)
5. Why should he have been given more time to finish his test than the other students? (give)
6. The water should have been tested before the people drank it. (test)
7. It shouldn’t have been discussed in front of the children. (discuss — negative)
8. Shouldn’t they have been questioned before they entered the country? (question — negative)
9. The door should have been locked, but it wasn’t and someone got in. (lock)
10. We should have been contacted before a decision was made. (contact)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question with the modal verb “could” and the main verb in the passive voice, present perfect tense. The main verb is in parentheses.
Example: My cats ______ _______ _______ _________ in that fire. (kill) / My cats could have been killed in that fire.
1. You have to be more careful! You could have been killed by that man with the gun. (kill)
2. The problem could have been solved sooner if everyone had worked together. (solve)
3. My laundry could have been done faster with better machines. (do)
4. Those two people couldn’t have been married if their parents hadn’t agreed to it. (marry — negative)
5. Couldn’t the tenants have been notified earlier that they needed to leave by next month? (notify — negative)
6. His head could have been crushed without a helmet. (crush)
7. That game couldn’t have been won without a good effort from everyone. (win — negative)
8. Why couldn’t the passengers have been given more information about screening procedures? (give — negative)
9. Could the company have been saved without help from the government? (save)
10. This movie couldn’t have been made without all of the people who helped me. (made — negative)

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Quiz 11 Be Going To Passive

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the “going to” future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. He __________________________________________ if he’s not careful. (hurt)
2. I __________________________________________ this Friday. (pay)
3. The students _____________________________________ more time to finish their work. (give)
4. My computer ____________________________________________ until tomorrow. (fix — negative)
5. We ___________________________________________something new in class today. (teach)
6. The hotel __________________________________________ until the city approves the plan for the building. (build — negative)
7. These secret documents ________________________________________by the public. (see — negative)
8. You ________________________________________________ if you don’t get a haircut. (hire — negative)
9. The apples ________________________________________________sometime in September. (pick)
10. Jill __________________________________________________ to a managerial position. (promote)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the “going to” future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. _________ that last piece of pizza ____________________________________ by anyone? (eat)
2. What time ________ the speech ______________________________________? (deliver)
3. ________ these people _________________________________________ by history? (forget)
4. How _______ this enormous bill ever _______________________________________? (pay)
5. How ________ he _____________________________________________ for his crimes? (punish)
6. In what year _________ the rocket ________________________________________? (launch)
7. When ________ your engine ___________________________________________? (rebuild)
8. ________ their house ever ____________________________________________? (repaint — negative)
9. _______ the escaped criminal ____________________________________________? (arrest)
10. Why _________ the prisoners ____________________________________________? (release — negative)

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Quiz 11 Be Going To Passive (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement with the verb in the “going to” future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. He is going to be hurt if he’s not careful. (hurt)
2. I am going to be paid this Friday. (pay)
3. The students are going to be given more time to finish their work. (give)
4. My computer isn’t going to be fixed until tomorrow. (fix — negative)
5. We are going to be taught something new in class today. (teach)
6. The hotel isn’t going to be built until the city approves the plan for the building. (build — negative)
7. These secret documents aren’t going to be seen by the public. (see — negative)
8. You aren’t going to be hired if you don’t get a haircut. (hire — negative)
9. The apples are going to be picked sometime in September. (pick)
10. Jill is going to be promoted to a managerial position. (promote)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each question with the verb in the “going to” future tense, passive voice. (10 points)
1. Is that last piece of pizza going to be eaten by anyone? (eat)
2. What time is the speech going to be delivered? (deliver)
3. Are these people going to be forgotten by history? (forget)
4. How is this enormous bill ever going to be paid? (pay)
5. How is he going to be punished for his crimes? (punish)
6. In what year is the rocket going to be launched? (launch)
7. When is your engine going to be rebuilt? (rebuild)
8. Isn’t their house ever going to be repainted? (repaint — negative)
9. Is The escaped criminal is going to be arrested? (arrest)
10. Why aren’t the prisoners going to be released? (release — negative)

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Quiz 12 Was Were Going To Passive

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the passive voice using “was going to be” or “were going to be” + the past participle.
1. His car _______________________________________ if he didn’t move it, so he parked it somewhere else. (tow)
2. The students ___________________________________ any more time to finish their work, so they worked faster. (give — negative)
3. Ralph refused to work for that company if he ____________________________________ to take a drug test. (force)
4. Sandra decided that she ___________________________________________ what to do by anyone. (tell – negative)
5. We ________________________________________________how to use the new software, but the teacher was sick. (show)
6. The game ______________________________________________ in Minneapolis, but there was a problem with the roof. (play)
7. Where __________ the game _____________________________________? (play)
8. _________ he ____________________________________________ with a crime? (charge)
9. __________ the carpets ____________________________________ before the party? (clean)
10. _________ the house _________________________________________before they moved out of it? (renovate — negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the passive voice using “was going to get ” or “were going to get ” + the past participle.
1. Stewart thought he _____________________________________________, but the company saved his job. (lay off)
2. The party _________________________________________________ until they found a new place to have it. (cancel)
3. When __________ he ___________________________________________ his teeth ______________? (clean)
4. She thought she ______________________________________________ by that ball, but it just missed her. (hit)
5. I thought the car ____________________________________________ for a lot less money, but I was wrong. (fix)
6. _________ Donna _______________________________her braces __________________ this week? (take off)
7. _________ the store ____________________________________ by the city? (shut down)
8. __________ the apples_______________________________________ this afternoon? (pick — negative)
9. _________ he _________________________________________for doing all that work? (pay — negative)
10. ______________ this work __________________________________ a lot sooner? (do — negative)

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Quiz 12 Was Were Going To Passive (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the passive voice using “was going to be” or “were going to be” + the past participle.
1. His car was going to get towed if he didn’t move it, so he parked it somewhere else. (tow)
2. The students weren’t going to be given any more time to finish their work, so they worked faster. (give — negative)
3. Ralph refused to work for that company if he was going to be forced to take a drug test. (force)
4. Sandra decided that she wasn’t going to be told what to do by anyone. (tell – negative)
5. We were going to be shown how to use the new software, but the teacher was sick. (show)
6. The game was going to be played in Minneapolis, but there was a problem with the roof. (play)
7. Where was the game going to be played? (play)
8. Was he going to be charged with a crime? (charge)
9. Were the carpets going to be cleaned before the party? (clean)
10. Wasn’t the house going to be renovated before they moved out of it? (renovate — negative)

Part B.
Directions: Complete each statement or question in the passive voice using “was going to get ” or “were going to get ” + the past participle.
1. Stewart thought he was going to get laid off, but the company saved his job. (lay off)
2. The party was going to get canceled until they found a new place to have it. (cancel)
3. When was he going to get his teeth cleaned? (clean)
4. She thought she was going to get hit by that ball, but it just missed her. (hit)
5. I thought the car was going to get fixed for a lot less money, but I was wrong. (fix)
6. Was Donna going to get her braces taken off this week? (take off)
7. Was the store going to get shut down by the city? (shut down)
8. Weren’t the apples going to get picked this afternoon? (pick — negative)
9. Wasn’t he going to get paid for doing all that work? (pay — negative)
10. Wasn’t this work going to get done a lot sooner? (do — negative)

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Quiz 13 Passive Or Active Voice

Directions: Indicate if a sentence or question is in the passive voice or the active voice. Circle “Passive” or “Active.”
1. A bridge was built so that cars could cross the river. Passive or Active
2. The students have been learning how to write better paragraphs. Passive or Active
3. Most of these computers are used for surfing the internet. Passive or Active
4. A movie is being made in our town. Passive or Active
5. Jan hasn’t decided which book to read. Passive or Active
6. The newspaper is going to be delivered in the morning. Passive or Active
7. Has the timer gone off yet? Passive or Active
8. How many different countries have you visited in your lifetime? Passive or Active
9. These reports can’t be completed until we get more information. Passive or Active
10. Her fingers got burned when she reached into the oven. Passive or Active
11. The company should have managed the situation differently. Passive or Active
12. The garbage is picked up early in the morning. Passive or Active
13. A doctor has been treating her for her depression. Passive or Active
14. What kind work have you been doing for them? Passive or Active
15. An award has been given to the police officer who helped the stranded motorist. Passive or Active
16. He was fired because he wasn’t getting his work done on time. Passive or Active
17. The information will be posted online. Passive or Active
18. When do you get paid? Passive or Active
19. Alice says she will be retiring from her job next year. Passive or Active
20. Several changes have been made to the schedule. Passive or Active

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Quiz 13 Passive Or Active  Voice(Answers)

Directions: Indicate if a sentence or question is in the passive voice or the active voice. Circle “Passive” or “Active.”
1. A bridge was built so that cars could cross the river. Passive
2. The students have been learning how to write better paragraphs. Active
3. Most of these computers are used for surfing the internet. Passive
4. A movie is being made in our town. Passive
5. Jan hasn’t decided which book to read. Active
6. The newspaper is going to be delivered in the morning. Passive
7. Has the timer gone off yet? Active
8. How many different countries have you visited in your lifetime? Active
9. These reports can’t be completed until we get more information. Passive
10. Her fingers got burned when she reached into the oven. Passive
11. The company should have managed the situation differently. Active
12. The garbage is picked up early in the morning. Passive
13. A doctor has been treating her for her depression. Active
14. What kind work have you been doing for them? Active
15. An award has been given to the police officer who helped the stranded motorist. Passive
16. He was fired because he wasn’t getting his work done on time. Passive
17. The information will be posted online. Passive
18. When do you get paid? Passive
19. Alice says she will be retiring from her job next year. Active
20. Several changes have been made to the schedule. Passive

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Quiz 14 Passive Infinitives

Part A.
Directions: Use the verb in parentheses to create a passive infinitive for each sentence or question.
Example: The students hope to be given their own books. (give)
1. The little boy likes _______ _______ __________ by his mother. (hold)
2. He doesn’t want _______ _______ __________ to Afghanistan. (send)
3. The landlord asked _______ _______ __________ on time. (pay)
4. The new workers need _______ _______ __________ how to use the machines. (show)
5. The passenger is _______ _______ ___________ off of the plane as soon as it arrives. (escort)
6. Customers expect _______ _______ __________ when they are in the store. (help)
7. Dinner is _______ _______ __________ at 7 p.m. (serve)
8. The prisoners are soon _______ ________ __________ by their captors. (release)
9. _______ _______ ___________for advice by the President was a great honor. (ask)
10. They don’t want _______ _______ __________ when they buy the car. (cheat)

Part B.
Directions: Rewrite each short sentence or question using a passive infinitive:
Example: He wants to marry someone. / He wants to be married.
1. She wants a doctor to see her. / ___________________________________________________________________.
2. I need you to give me more time. / ________________________________________________________________.
3. John hopes that company hires him. _______________________________________________________________.
4. Runners in the street want the drivers to see them. / ___________________________________________________.
5. They’re selling the car at an auction. / ______________________________________________________________.
6. The store will fix the computer for free. ____________________________________________________________.
7. The government plans to release the information. / ____________________________________________________.
8. Bob asked someone to pick him up at the airport. / ____________________________________________________.
9. They don’t want anyone to disturb them. ____________________________________________________________.
10. You need to wash this by hand. / _________________________________________________________________.

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Quiz 14 Passive Infinitives (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Use the verb in parentheses to create a passive infinitive for each sentence or question.
Example: The students hope to be given their own books. (give)
1. The little boy likes to be held by his mother. (hold)
2. He doesn’t want to be sent to Afghanistan. (send)
3. The landlord asked to be paid on time. (pay)
4. The new workers need to be shown how to use the machines. (show)
5. The passenger is to be escorted off of the plane as soon as it arrives. (escort)
6. Customers expect to be helped when they are in the store. (help)
7. Dinner is to be served at 7 p.m. (serve)
8. The prisoners are soon to be released by their captors. (release)
9. To be asked for advice by the President was a great honor. (ask)
10. They don’t want to be cheated when they buy the car. (cheat)

Part B.
Directions: Rewrite each short sentence or question using a passive infinitive:
Example: He wants to marry someone. / He wants to be married.
1. She wants a doctor to see her. / She wants to be seen by a doctor.
2. I need you to give me more time. / I need to be given more time.
3. John hopes that company hires him. / John hopes to be hired by that company.
4. Runners in the street want the drivers to see them. / Runners in the street want to be seen by the drivers.
5. They’re selling the car at an auction. / The car is to be sold at at auction.
6. The store will fix the computer for free. / The computer is to be fixed by the store for free.
7. The government plans to release the information. / The information is to be released by the government.
8. Bob asked someone to pick him up at the airport. / Bob asked to be picked up at the airport.
9. They don’t want anyone to disturb them. / They don’t want to be disturbed by anyone.
10. You need to wash this by hand. / This needs to be washed by hand.

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Quiz 15 Passive Gerunds

Directions: Use the verb in parentheses to create a passive gerund for each sentence or question.
Example: He hates being told what to do. (tell)
1. The baby likes _________ ___________ by her mother. (hold)
2. They’re afraid of _________ __________ because the neighborhood is dangerous. (attack)
3. The students don’t look forward to __________ _________ on their math skills. (test)
4. __________ ___________ to live in solitary confinement was very difficult. (force)
5. Rabbits live in fear of __________ ___________ alive by a fox or a large bird. (eat)
6. The customer insists on _________ ___________ a refund for his purchase. (give)
7. _________ __________ at the moment are the concerns of the parents. (address)
8. Martha hates __________ __________ to stay late at work. (ask)
9. __________ __________ for a suit is necessary if you want it to fit properly. (measure)
10. Forced to give up her driver’s license, Gertrude doesn’t like __________ __________ around town by her daughter. (drive)

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Quiz 15 Passive Gerunds (Answers)

Directions: Use the verb in parentheses to create a passive gerund for each sentence or question.
Example: He hates being told what to do. (tell)
1. The baby likes being held by her mother. (hold)
2. They’re afraid of being attacked because the neighborhood is dangerous. (attack)
3. The students don’t look forward to being tested on their math skills. (test)
4. Being forced to live in solitary confinement was very difficult. (force)
5. Rabbits live in fear of being eaten alive by a fox or a large bird. (eat)
6. The customer insists on being given a refund for his purchase. (give)
7. Being addressed at the moment are the concerns of the parents. (address)
8. Martha hates being asked to stay late at work. (ask)
9. Being measured for a suit is necessary if you want it to fit properly. (measure)
10. Forced to give up her driver’s license, Gertrude doesn’t like being driven around town by her daughter. (drive)

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Quiz 16 Causative Verbs

Directions: Rewrite each sentence so that it uses the causative verbs get or have. Pay attention to verb tense.
Example: John paid a landscaper to cut his grass. (have) John had his grass cut by a landscaper.
We hired a progessional to paint our house. (get) We got our house painted by a professional.
1. We paid a mechanic to fix our car. (have) ______________________________________________________________________.
2. Binte went to a manicurist who did her nails. (have) ______________________________________________________________.
3. Bob hired a handyman to fix his door. (get) _____________________________________________________________________.
4. The company found a caterer to prepare the food. (have) ___________________________________________________________.
5. Linda pays an accountant to do her taxes. (have) _________________________________________________________________.
6. We should call a plumber to replace the toilet. (get) _______________________________________________________________.
7. They might find a professional to manage this. (have) _____________________________________________________________.
8. You should go to a doctor to look at that. (get) ___________________________________________________________________.
9. Mike will pay a lawyer to review the documents. (have) ___________________________________________________________.
10. Lisa and Tom hired a company to clean their gutters. (get) ________________________________________________________

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Quiz 16 Causative Verbs (Answers)

Directions: Rewrite each sentence so that it uses the causative verbs get or have. Pay attention to verb tense.
Example: John paid a landscaper to cut his grass. (have) John had his grass cut by a landscaper.
We hired a progessional to paint our house. (get) We got our house painted by a professional.
1. We paid a mechanic to fix our car. (have) We had our car fixed by a mechanic.
2. Binte went to a manicurist who did her nails. (have) Binted had her nails done by a manicurist.
3. Bob hired a handyman to fix his door. (get) Bob got his door fixed by a handyman.
4. The company found a caterer to prepare the food. (have) The company had the food prepared by a caterer.
5. Linda pays an accountant to do her taxes. (have) Linda has her taxes done by an accountant.
6. We should call a plumber to replace the toilet. (get) We should get the toilet replaced by a plumber.
7. They might find a professional to manage this. (have) They might have this managed by a professional.
8. You should go to a doctor to look at that. (get) You should get that looked at by a doctor.
9. Mike will pay a lawyer to review the documents. (have) Mike will have the documents reviewed by a lawyer.
10. Lisa and Tom hired a company to clean their gutters. (get) Lisa and Tom got their gutters cleaned by a company.