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Rewrite the sentence using the given beginning. It is thought that the government was building new schools. The government...
is thought to have been building new schools
Rewrite the sentence with the given beginning. It was believed that he had lived in London. He...
was believed to have lived in London
Rewrite the sentence with the given beginning. They think she has written this book. This book ...
is thought to have been written by her
Complete the second sentence with the given word, so that it means the same as the first one. Most of the committee thought it was not a viable solution. It was thought ... by most of the committee. NOT
It was thought not to be a viable solution by most of the committee.
Complete the second sentence with the given word, so that it means the same as the first one. There is a rumour that the escaped prisoner is living in Spain. The escaped prisoner ... living in Spain. BE
The escaped prisoner is rumoured to be living in Spain.
Complete the second sentence with the given word, so that it means the same as the first one. Jill's parents are making her study hard. Jill ... her parents. MADE
Jill is being made to study hard by her parents.
Complete the sentence with the passive form of the verb in brackets. If we don't hurry, all the tickets (sell) ... by the time we get there.
will have been sold
Complete the sentence with the passive form of the verb in brackets. Luckily by the time we got there the painting (not/sell) ...
had not been sold
Complete the sentence with the passive form of the verb in brackets. Your food (still/prepare)...
is still being prepared
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Nobody ever heard of David again. Nothing ... David again.
was ever heard of
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. The waitress will bring your drinks in a moment. Your drinks ... in a moment.
will be brought to you
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. 'I'd take out some travel insurance, if I were you, Mr Smith.' Mr Smith ... take out some travel insurance.
was advised to
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Someone has suggested that the shop should close. It ... that the shop should close.
has been suggested
Decide whether the following sentence is appropriate. Correct if necessary: Jim was given the sack from his new job.
OK
Decide whether the following sentence is appropriate. Correct if necessary: There is nothing more annoying than been interrupted when you are speaking.
being interrupted
Decide whether the following sentence is appropriate. Correct if necessary: As I drove south, I could see that the old road was rebuilding.
was being rebuilt