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Active and Passive Voice Exercise for Class 10 Exam
1. A special train took Gandhiji’s ashes to Allahabad.
2. All right, go to your seat.
3. Are you watching the movie?
4. At every station sorrowful crowds filled the platform.
5. But all sorts of things and weather must be taken in together.
6. But watch him as the shades of evening tall.
7. Close your books.
8. Didn’t your team leader teach you how to edit a manuscript?
9. Do not unlock the sate.
10. Do the work now.
11. Does he always scold the students?
12. Does he read the newspaper daily?
13. Don‘t walk fast.
14. Don’t cry so helplessly.
15. Drop the shutters please.
16. Father had composed a long letter to the headmaster.
17. Father received her letter.
18. Father snatched the letter away and tore it up.
19. Gandhiji had been shot on his way to a prayer meeting.
20. Give it to your headmaster and go to your class.
21. Give me that blue pen.
22. Go in now.
23. Go there at once.
24. Had D.C. Paul constructed this building?
25. Has she taken her medicine?
26. Has Shila broken her leg?
27. He brought them out of indifference and awakened them to one another’s suffering.
28. He found his brother had died and he couldn’t find his sister.
29. He found the room locked.
30. He had never met anyone as good as Samuel.
31. He hoped he didn’t have to go to school.
32. He proposed to send a letter with Swami to the headmaster.
33. He put it in an envelope and sealed it.
34. He stretches himself a few times to see if every muscle is in full working order.
35. He told us the whole story.
36. He wants you to give him something to eat.
37. He will give them the privilege of hoarding him while he enjoys life in his own way.
38. He will scold me if I say so.
39. He would deliver the letter to the headmaster at the end of the day.
40. Help the teacher.
41. How did Bulbul get the job in this company?
42. How did you train her for the competition?
43. I have not done my homework, sir.
44. I knew you wouldn’t deliver it.
45. I was called to Birla house by an urgent telephone.
46. I was looking for a stag.
47. I’ll not deny you make a very pretty squirrel track.
48. It is always spoken as a reproach against cats that they are more fond of their home than of the people in it.
49. Keep your books there.
50. l cannot carry forests on my back.
51. l met an old woman there—all knobbly stick and rag.
52. l was numbed with shock as l got into the car.
53. Let me help your sister.
54. Let us see.
55. Look at the painting carefully.
56. Neither can you crack a nut.
57. Nonsense! Dress up and go.
58. People get this idea that this sort of thing is all that holds life tor a cat.
59. People on the train sang bhajans.
60. Please don’t unlock the door
61. Read the passage loudly.
62. Samuel might do something during the course oi the day to justify the letter.
63. Samuel was teaching arithmetic.
64. She knew who we must be.
65. She opened up her little bag and I came twice awake.
66. So he changed his tactics.
67. Swami hoped Samuel would scold him severely.
68. Swami knew how strict his father could be.
69. The cat gingerly receives it.
70. The cat puts in an appearance to get his share.
71. The cat stuck his claws into me.
72. The compartment was decked with flowers.
73. The dream altered me.
74. They could feel Gandhiji’s presence amid the flowers and the songs.
75. They did not make a sound.
76. They discovered the kite on the top of a tree and carried it home.
77. Thousands silently watched the procession.
78. To pass the time away he sometimes watches a mouse-hole for an hour or two—just to keep himself from dying of boredom.
79. Unless you make a promise now—now you are going to die.
80. We patched the kite up with the letter, a sheet on each side and dried it by the fire.
81. We took the first thing that came handy—an old letter lying on the bookcase in the sitting room.
82. We want more parents like him.
83. Were the girls playing football?
84. What does the writer say in this story?
85. When do you write stories?
86. Where did she lose her costly mobile phone?
87. Which class notes has she lost?
88. Who is reciting the poem properly?
89. Who told the truth to the judge?
90. Whom did Tulika see at the station?
91. Why did the teacher scold Monika?
92. Why not tell your headmaster about it?
93. With an effort I roused myself.
94. You can see the cat as he really is.
95. You do not blink an eye.
96. You don’t know what my father has done to you.
Answers of Above Exercise
1. Gandhiji’s ashes were taken to Allahabad by a special train.
2. All right, you are permitted to go to your seat.
3. Is the movie being watched by you?
4. At every station the platform was filled with sorrowful crowds.
5. But one must take in together all sorts of things and weather.
6. But let him be watched as the shades of evening fall.
7. Let your books be closed.
8. Weren’t you taught by your team leader how to edit a manuscript?
9. Let not the safe be unlocked.
10. Let the work be done now.
11. Are the students always scolded by him?
12. Is the newspaper read by him daily?
13. You are told not to walk fast.
14. You are told not to cry so helplessly.
15. You are requested to drop the shutters.
16. A long letter had been composed to the headmaster by Father.
17. Her letter was received by father.
18. The letter was snatched away and torn up by Father.
19. Somebody had shot Gandhiji on his way to a prayer meeting.
20. You are told to give it to your headmaster and go to your class.
21. Let that blue pen be given to me.
22. You are allowed to go in now.
23. You are told to go there at once.
24. Had this building been constructed by D.C. Paul?
25. Has her medicine been taken by her?
26. Has Shila’s leg been broken?
27. They were brought out of indifference and awakened to one another’s suffering by him.
28. It was found by him that his brother had died and his sister couldn’t be found.
29. The room was found locked by him.
30. Someone as good as Samuel had never been met by him.
31. That he didn’t have to go to school was hoped by him.
32. To send a letter with Swami to the headmaster was proposed by him.
33. It was put in an envelope and sealed by him.
34. He is stretched by himself a few times to see if every muscle is in full working order.
35. The whole story was told to us by him.
36. You are wanted by him to give him something to eat.
37. They will be given by him the privilege of boarding him while life is enjoyed by him in his own way.
38. I will be scolded by him if I say so.
39. The letter would be delivered to the headmaster at the end of the day by him.
40. Let the teacher be helped.
41. How was the job gotten/got by Bulbul in this company?
42. How was she trained for the competition by you?
43. My homework has not been done by me, sir.
44. That it would not be delivered by you was known to me.
45. An urgent telephone called me to Birla house.
46. A stag was being looked for by me.
47. That a very pretty squirrel track is made by you will not be denied by me.
48. People always speak as a reproach against cats that they are more fond of their home than of the people in it.
49. Let your books be kept there.
50. Forests cannot be carried by me on my back.
51. An old woman was met by me there—all knobbly stick and rag.
52. Shock numbed me as I got into the car.
53. Let your sister be helped by me.
54. Let it be seen by us.
55. Let the painting be looked at carefully.
56. Neither can a nut be cracked by you.
57. Nonsense! You are ordered to dress up and go.
58. This idea that this sort of thing is all by which life fort a cat is held, is gotten/got by people.
59. Bhajans were sung by people on the train.
60. You are requested not to unlock the door.
61. You are told to read the passage loudly.
62. Something might be done by Samuel during the course of the day to justify the letter.
63. Arithmetic was being taught by Samuel.
64. Who we must be was known to her.
65. Her little bag was opened up by her and l came twice awake.
66. So his tactics were changed by him.
67. That he would be scolded severely by Samuel was hoped by Swami.
68. How strict his father could be was known to Swami.
69. It is received by the cat gingerly.
70. An appearance is put in by the cat to get his share.
71. His claws were stuck into me by the cat.
72. People decked the compartment with flowers.
73. l was altered by the dream.
74. Gandhiji’s presence could be felt by them amid the flowers and the songs.
75. Not a sound was made by them.
76. The kite was discovered on the top of a tree by them and it was carried home.
77. The procession was watched silently by thousands.
78. To pass the time away sometimes a mouse-hole is watched by him for an hour or two — just to keep himself from dying of boredom.
79. Unless a promise is made by you now—now you are going to die.
80. The kite was patched up with the letter by us, a sheet on each side and it was dried by the fire.
81. The first thing that came handy—an old letter lying on the bookcase in the sitting room was taken by us.
82. More parents like him are wanted by us.
83. Was football being played by the girls?
84. What is said by the writer in this story?
85. When are stories written by you?
86. Where was her costly mobile phone lost by her?
87. Which class notes have been lost by her?
88. By whom is the poem being recited properly?
89. By whom was the truth told to the judge?
90. Who was seen by Tulika at the station?
91. Why was Monika scolded by the teacher?
92. Why is not your headmaster told about it?
93. With an effort l was roused by myself.
94. The cat can be seen by you as he really is.
95. An eye is not blinked by you.
96. What has been done by my father to you is not known to you.