Voice Change from “Thank You Ma’am” | Class XII Textual Grammar Question & Answer

Voice Change from “Thank You Ma’am” | Class XII Textual Grammar Question & Answer:

Voice Change from “Thank You Ma’am”

➤ I want a pair of blue suade shoes.
– A pair of blue suade shoes is wanted by me.

➤She switched on the light.
– The light was switched on by her.

➤Was I bothering you?
– Were you being bothered by me?

➤ I would teach you right from wrong.
– You would be taught right from wrong by me.

➤ I won’t turn you lose.
You won’t be turned lose by me.

➤ The boy looked at her.
She was looked at by the boy.

➤ She heated some lima beans and ham.
-some lima beans and ham were heated by her.

➤ She cut him a half of her ten-cent cake.
– He was cut a half of her ten-cent cake by her.

➤ I believe you are hungry.
-It is believed by me that you are hungry.

➤ Mrs. Jones jerked him around in front of her.
– He was jerked around by Mrs. Jones in front of her.

➤ Thank you, ma’am.
-Ma’am, you are thanked.

➤ The woman did not ask the boy anything about where he lived.
– The boy was not asked by the woman anything about where he lived.

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