English Grammar MCQ-2

Directions (Q. No. 1 – 10): A sentence has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested below, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/ Active Voice.
1. I advise you not to smoke.

(A) You are advised to smoke.
(B) You are advise not to smoke.
(C) You were advised not to smoke.
(D) You are advised not to smoke.

2. Stand up on the bench.

(A) You are ordered to stand up on the bench.
(B) You ordered to stand up on the bench.
(C) You are ordering to stand up on the bench.
(D) You have been ordered to stand up on the bench.

3. Do they like their teachers?

(A) Have their teachers liked by them?
(B) Are their teachers liked by them?
(C) Are their teachers liking by them?
(D) Are their teachers liked them?

4. Brutus stabbed Caesar.

(A) Brutus was stabbed by Caesar.
(B) Brutus has been stabbed by Caesar.
(C) Caesar was stabbed by Brutus.
(D) Caesar would be stabbed by Brutus.

5. Did they win the match?

(A) Was the match being won by them?
(B) Will the match be won by them?
(C) Was the match won them?
(D) Was the match won by them?

6. Did you grow vegetables?

(A) Were vegetables grown by you?
(B) Were vegetables grow by you?
(C) Were vegetables being grown by you?
(D) Vegetables were grown by you?

7. Is he running a race?

(A) Is a race run by him?
(B) Is a race being run by him?
(C) Is a race being run for him?
(D) Is a race being run him?

8. Were they singing songs?

(A) Were songs sung by them?
(B) Were songs been sung by them?
(C) Had songs been sung by them?
(D) Were songs being sung by them?

9. What does this word mean?

(A) What is meant by this word?
(B) What is meant this word?
(C) What was meant by this word?
(D) What meant this word?

10. Why do you blame us?

(A) Why are we blamed you?
(B) Why are we blamed by you?
(C) Why are we blaming by you?
(D) Why were we blamed by you?