If the sentence is in Passive Voice type PV into the box; if it's in Active Voice - AV

1. They listen to music.
2. She is reading an e-mail.
3. These cars are produced in Japan.
4. Alan teaches Geography.
5. German is spoken in Austria.
6. Lots of houses were destroyed by the earthquake.
7. Henry Ford invented the assembly line.
8. The bus driver was hurt.
9. You should open your workbooks.
10. Houses have been built.
11. The Christmas tree is being decorated.
12. We have been decorating the Christmas tree.

Change the sentences from the Active into the Passive.

They grow coffee in Kenya.
1. .

They publish The Times newspaper in London.
2. .

They make shoes in Italy.
3. .

They transport oranges from Valencia to Germany in special crates.
4. .

They are sending the parcel by sea.
5. .

They are destroying the forests in Indonesia.
6. .

The shark didn't eat the man.
7. .

The arsonist started the fire.
8. .

The police took him away.
9. .

They've treated him very well.
10. .

They haven't cleaned the kitchen yet.
11. .

They hadn't punished him for what he had done.
12. .

They built a house.
13. .

Our uncle takes Susan to hospital.
14. .

We have cleaned the car down.
15. .

They speak only English here.
16. .

The policemen help the children out.
17. .

A robber broke the window of the shop down.
18. .

My mother sends me to the butcher.
19. .

Peter will look after my little brother.
20. .

Mr Jones is looking for the film.
21. .

Somebody had been building the house last year.
22. .

They don't speak English in this shop.
23. .

The waiter brought me a big steak.
24. .

She put me in the wrong box.
25. .

Somebody will somehow take care of us.
26. .

Dresden saw plenty of tourists last week.
27. .

No one has ever beaten me at chess.
28. .

Change the sentences from the Passive into the Active.

These bottles cannot be opened easily. (children )
1. .

A road was built right outside her front door. (the government)
2. .

The antique vase has been broken. (Mr Ross)
3. .

Street repairs have been made all month long. (the construction workers)
4. .

His retirement will be celebrated. (the party)
5. .

The telephone was invented in 1876. (Alexander Graham Bell)
6. .

The room is cleaned everyday in the morning. (Ann)
7. .

I was sent a letter last week. (my best friend)
8. .

Detached houses are built. (the old man/because he likes it)
9. .

Will the new bridge be inaugurated? (the King)
10. ?

Has the body been found? (the police)
11. ?

Why has the film been banned? (the government)
12. ?

Le Monde is published in France. (they)
13. .

Trees have been felled in Russia for a long time. (they)
14. .

A meeting was being held at 6:30. (the tennis club)
15. .

Was the thief caught? (they)
16. ?

They have been treated not so well. (they)
17. .

Hasn't the kitchen been cleaned yet? (you)
18. ?

Are cars made in Korea? (they)
19. ?

Complete the text using the Present or Past Passive or Active:

Wimbledon Facts

The Championships, Wimbledon, or simply Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is generally considered the most prestigious.
The first Wimbledon tournament (hold) in 1877.
That year, the men's championship (win) by Spencer William Gore. He didn’t even like the game. He (prefer) cricket!
The youngest women’s champion (be) Lottie Dod. She (be) only fifteen when she (win) her first championship in 1887. Long dresses (wear) by women tennis players in those days, but Lottie (allow) to wear a skirt because she (be) so young.
Before 1986, white tennis balls (use) at Wimbledon. Yellow balls (use) now because they (show up) better on television.
The game (play) on grass courts.
Every year, used balls (sell) to raise money for British schools.
Every year, 182 pupils from The Beacon School in Banstead (choose) to become ball boys and girls.
Twenty-seven thousand strawberries (eat) at last year's Wimbledon with seven thousand liters of cream.