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.


36. The Principal will meet the students this evening.

  1. The students will be met by the Principal this evening.
  2. The students could be met by the Principal this evening.
  3. The students would be met by the Principal this evening.
  4. The students will be meeting the Principal this evening.


37. The Chief Justice of India is appointed by the President.

  1. The President of India appointed the Chief Justice.
  2. The President appoints the Chief Justice of India.
  3. The President appointed the Chief Justice of India.
  4. The appointment order of the Chief Justice of India was given by the President.


38. A meeting was convened by the Principal.

  1. The Principal convened a meeting.
  2. The Principal was convening a meeting.
  3. The Principal has convened a meeting.
  4. The Principal is convening a meeting.


39. Someone has stolen my suitcase.

  1. My suitcase is stolen by someone.
  2. Someone has been stolen my suitcase.
  3. My suitcase has someone been stolen.
  4. My suitcase has been stolen by someone.


40. Anu is interviewing  Radhika  and Sarath Kumar.

  1. Radhika and Sarath Kumar are being interviewed by Anu.
  2. Radhika and Sarath Kumar are interviewing Anu.
  3. Radhika and Sarath Kumar were interviewed by Anu.
  4. Radhika is being interviewed by Sarath Kumar and Anu.


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