Q. 2 D3.9( 34 Votes )

Rewrite the sentences below, changing the verbs in brackets into the passive form.

(i) In yesterday's competition, the prizes (give away) by the Principal.

(ii) In spite of financial difficulties, the labourers (pay) on time.

(iii) On Republic Day, vehicles (not allow) beyond this point.

(iv) Second-hand books (buy and sell) on the pavement every Saturday.

(v) Elections to the Lok Sabha (hold) every five years.

(vi) Our National Anthem (compose) Rabindranath Tagore.

Answer :

(i) In yesterday’s competition, the prizes were given away by the Principal.


(ii) In spite of financial difficulties, the labourers were paid on time.


(iii) On Republic Day, vehicles are not allowed beyond this point.


(iv) Second-hand books are bought and sold on the pavement every Saturday.


(v) Elections to the Lok Sabha are held every five years.


(vi) Our National Anthem was composed by Rabindranath Tagore.


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