In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Active Voice/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice.

Click on the options to check weather it is right or wrong.


71. Must we cut this tree?

  1. Must  this tree will cut?
  2. Must this tree be cut?
  3. Must this tree was cut?
  4. Must this tree is cut?


72. You will be well looked after.

  1. They will look after you well.
  2. They can look after you well.
  3. They may look after you well.
  4. They shall look after you well.


73. Didn’t they tell you to be here by six O’clock?                     

  1. Weren’t you told to be here by six O’clock?
  2. Haven’t they told you to be here by six O’clock?
  3. You were expected to be here by six O’clock?
  4. They expected you to be here by six O’clock?


74. Don’t touch this switch.

  1. This switch does not be touched.
  2. This switch must not be touched.
  3. This switch don’t be touched.
  4. This switch need not be touched.


75. One cannot gather grapes from thistles.

  1. Thistles cannot be gathered from grapes.
  2. Grapes cannot be gathered from thistles.
  3. Grapes and thistles cannot be gathered by one.
  4. Grapes cannot be gathered by them.


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