Class 7 Voice Change Exercises and Answers

Explore the Class 7 Voice Change exercise and answers that have been prepared in the following. Those exercises and answers of class 7 voice change are made for practice and to understand how to change sentences from active to passive voice with some simple steps.

Class 7 Active Passive Voice Change

The forms of the above two sentences are different, but their meanings are the same. The two different forms of the same verb that implies the same meaning, are called a voice.

In the sentence, “He plays cricket.”, ‘He’, is the subject and the subject is doing the work (playing); that means the subject is in active mode. So, the sentence is in an active voice.

In the sentence, “Cricket is played by him.”, ‘cricket’, is the subject, and the subject is not doing any work; that means the subject is in passive mode. So, the sentence is in Passive voice.

Voice Change Rules Class 7.

Follow the simple steps, this will help to change the active voice into the passive voice easily.

(a) At first, turn the Object of the active voice into the Subject and write it as the subject of the passive voice at the beginning.

(b) Then Different forms of the ‘Be’ verb and ‘Have’ verb will be placed after the subject in the passive voice, according to the ‘Tense’ and ‘Form’ of the verb of the active voice.

Tense‘Be’ or ‘Have’ verb
Present Indefiniteam/is/are
present + being
Present perfect.has/have + been
Present perfect continuous.has/have + been + being
Past indefinite.was/were
Past continuous.was/were + being
Past perfect.had + been
Past perfect continuous.had + been + being
Future indefinite.shall be / will be
Future continuous.shall be / will be + being
Future perfect.shall have / will have + been
Future perfect continuous.shall have / will have + been + being

(c) After that past participle form or 3rd form of the main verb of active voice is placed.

(d) Then Preposition, ‘by’ is added.

(e) At last, turn the Subject of the Active voice into the Object and write it as the Object of the Passive voice at the end. Follow the changes of Pronouns.

Noun (i.e. Ram)Noun (i.e. Ram)

N.B: The noun will remain unchanged in ‘subject‘, and ‘object‘ for changing active to passive.

(f) That’s it, Passive voice is done  

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Class 7 Voice Change Exercises.

The following active and passive voice exercise has been arranged for Class 7 to practise the change of Active voice to passive voice and vice versa.

Class 7 Voice Change Exercise 1:

Change the Voice.

(a) We see a boat.

(b) You told me a story.

(c) The lion killed a deer.

(d)  He will ring the bell.

(e) She is cleaning the room.

(f) I have taken coffee.

Class 7 Voice Change Exercise 2:

Change the following sentences into passive voice.

(a) He gave her a present

(b) Father is sending me a costly watch

(c) They will lend me money

(d) A card was sent to her by her mother

(e) My parents promised me a nice present.

(f) I was offered a job by my friend.

Exercise 3:

Change the following sentences into passive voice.

(a) Shut the door.

(b) Call in a doctor at once.

(c) Take it or leave it.

(d) Let him do it.

(e) Let me go.

(f) Work out the sum.

Exercise 4:

Change the Voice.

(a) Do you take coffee?

(b) Have you read the book ?

(c) Which pencil do you want?

(d) How were you driving the car?

(e) Whom did he see?

(f) Who did it ?

Exercise 5:

Change active voice to passive voice

(a) He could read Bengali.

(b) He may type the report.

(c) They should help the poor.

(d)  You must solve the problem.

(e) I shall not watch the movie.

(f) I can do it.

Exercise 6:

Change the following sentences into passive voice.

(a) Recite the poem.

(b) This is known to me.

(c) He ran a race.

(d) Have you drawn this beautiful picture ?

(e) Are we losing our sense of smell ?

(f) Tell him to go.

Exercise 7:

Fill in the gaps with the passive verbs :

(a) The song _________ (sing) by her and _________ (like) by all. (b) He _________ (know) all of the locality and he _________ (give) Rs. 100/- for his honesty. (c) Huts _________ (blow) away in a storm but none _________ (kill). (d) The area _________ (cordon) off and the people _________ (ask) questions by the police. (e) The book _________ (write) by an author who _________ (award) a prize for its quality. (f) The votes _________ (count) this evening and the result _________ (declare) at night. (g) A boy _________ (seen) running after a bus which _________ (hit) another bus. (h) A bird _________ (buy) by Bubu and it _________ (keep) in a cage which _________ (close) properly.

Exercise 8:

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of verbs given in the brackets:

(a) The students _________ (teach) English by Mr. David. They _________ (ask) by him to _________ (keep) quite. (b) The dead bodies _________ (identify). (c) Mr. Bose _________ (select) the Chairman of the Committee. (d) The Ramayana _________ (write) by Maharshi Valmiki. (e) You _________ (request) to close the window before the storm. (f) Ravana _________ (kill) by Rama. (g) Mr. Abhul Pakir Jainul Abedin Abdul Kalam _________ (elect) the 11th President of India in 2002.

Exercise 9:

Fill in the blanks with the passive form of verbs given in the brackets to describe the processing.

(i) At first a kettle _________ (fill) with water, then it _________ (put) on the oven. Thus water _________ (boil). Next tea leaves _________ (put) into the tea-pot and the boiled water _________ (pour) to it. Sugar and milk _________ (add) to it.

(ii) To cook rice, rice and water _________ (taken) in a pan. It _________ (put) on a burning stove. Water _________ (boiled). The pan _________ (cover) with a lid. Then the pan tilt to let the water out. The lid _________ (remove).

Exercise 10:

Change the following sentences into passive voice.

(a) Give me a call.

(b) Can you take it for granted ?

(c) Nobody believes him.

(d)  Why do you spoil it for me?

(e) He tells me a story.

(f) Make it.

Class 7 voice change Answers:

Answer 1

(a) A boat is seen by us.

(b) I was told a story by you.

(c) A deer was killed by the Lion.

(d)  The bell will be rung by him.

(e) The room is being cleaned by her.

(f) Coffee has been taken by me.

Answer 2

(a) She was given a present by him.

(b) I am being sent a costly watch by Father.

(c) I shall be lent money by them.

(d)  Her mother sent her a card.

(e) I was promised a nice present by my parents.

(f) My friend offered me a job.

Answer 3

(a) Let the door be shut.

(b) You are ordered to call in a doctor at once.

(c) Let it be taken, or let it be left.

(d)  Let it be done by him.

(e) You are requested to let me go.

(f) You are ordered to work out the sum.

Answer 4

(a) Is coffee taken by you?

(b) Has the book been read by you?

(c) Which pencil is wanted by you?

(d)  How was the car being driven by you?

(e) Who was seen by him?

(f) By whom was it done?

Answer 5

(a) Bengali could be read by him.

(b) The report may be typed by him.

(c) The poor should be helped by them.

(d)  The problem must be solved by you.

(e) The movie will not be watched by me.

(f) It can be done by me.

Answer 6

(a) Let the poem be recited.

(b) I know this.

(c) A race was run by him.

(d)  Has this beautiful picture been drawn by you?

(e) Is our sense of smell being lost by us?

(f) you are told to tell him to go.

Answer 7

(a) was sung, was liked

(b)  is known, has been given

(c) are blown, was killed

(d)  is cordoned, were asked

(e) is written, was awarded

(f) were counted, was declared,

(g) was seen, was hit,

(h) was bought, was kept, was closed.

Answer 8

(a) were taught, were asked, to be kept

(b) were identified,

(c) was selected

(d) was written

(e) are requested

(f) was killed

(g) had been elected

Answer 9

(i) is filled, is put, is boiled, are put, is poured, is added

(ii) is taken, is put, is boiled, is covered, is removed

Answer 10

(a) You are told to give me a call.

(b) Can it be taken for granted by you?

(c) He is believed by nobody.

(d)  Why is it spoilt for me by you?

(e) I am told a story by him.