Active Passive voice: Interrogative Sentences Exercises

 

Choose the right option in the following MCQs. After completing the exercise click on "Check all answers" to know the right answers with assessment.

 

1. Who knocked at the door?

By whom the door is knocked at?
By whom the door was knocked at?
By whom the door was being knocked at?

2. Who delivered the lecture?

By whom the lecture was delivered?
By whom the lecture is delivered?
By whom the lecture is being delivered?

3. Who is following me?

By whom i was being followed?
By whom i were being followed?
By whom i am being followed?

4. Who has finished lunch?

By whom the lunch has been finished?
By whom the lunch had been finished?
By whom the lunch have been finished?

5. Who can write good English?

By whom good English can written?
By whom good English could be written?
By whom good English can be written?

6. Who defended Michael?

By whom Michael has been defended?
By whom Michael was defended?
By whom Michael was being defended?

7. Who was calling me?

By whom I was being called?
By whom I have been called?
By whom I was called?

8. Who suspected Robert?

By whom Robert was suspected?
By whom Robert has been suspected?
By whom Robert is being suspected?

9. Who discovered Antarctica?

By whom Antarctica has been discovered?
By whom Antarctica was discovered?
By whom Antarctica have been discovered?

10. Who has reminded me?

By whom I have been reminded?
By whom I am reminded?
By whom I was reminded?

 

Assessment


5 Correct answers: Poor
7 Correct answers: Good
10. Correct answers: Excellent

If you are Good or Excellent then go on to next chapter.

If you are Poor go to the Simple Voices page and read and practice it again.

 

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