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100+ Sentences of Active and Passive Voice [with Exercise]

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Introduction To: Sentences Of Active And Passive Voice

active and passive voice

Active and passive sentences can be considered confusing for students and they have to do a lot of practice for them to make these types of sentences perfect for their English. It is seen very commonly that many students face the problems of using active and passive sentences in their day-to-day English and hence it becomes quite important for them to practice it as much as possible. We will be mentioning 100 sentences of active and passive voice in this particular article and you as students will be able to make use of these sentences for the betterment of your English. You can practice using these sentences in real-life conversations on the AceFluency App. Practicing English on the AceFluency App is FREE because you get 20 minutes of calling talk time with co-learners every day.

100+ Sentences of Active and Passive Voice [with Exercise]

What Is An Active Voice?

Active voice basically refers to all those types of sentences in which the subject can clearly be visible in starting as the subject has to perform the action. Here, it is quite easy to find the doer at the start of the sentence and the doer of the action is the focus of the sentence. Active voice sentences are considered to be easier in terms of understanding and reading.

Examples of active voice

Let’s look at some of the examples of active voice sentences:

  • He completed his task yesterday.
  • We did not go there.
  • Why will you go to your village tomorrow? 

50 Sentences Of Active Voice

  1. They all have to complete their task tomorrow.
  2. Why do you have to do this? 
  3. Can you act as per the law?
  4. I have to purchase a mobile phone.
  5. When do you have to go there?
  6. Are you speaking the truth?
  7. He is going to do this work. 
  8. I am reading a newspaper.
  9. Why do you have to buy this new book?
  10. I am not going to tell you anything.
  11. We have to complete this work as fast as possible.
  12. Do you know how to operate a computer?
  13. I know this work very well.
  14. He cannot ask this question. 
  15. I know him very well.
  16. How do you know that girl?
  17. Can you ask him any further questions?
  18. I know how to do this task completely.
  19. I recognize you.
  20. Can you understand this question?
  21. Why don’t you appear at the examination?
  22. He is going to school every day these days.
  23. Why does he not want to go to college?
  24. In which field is he studying?
  25. The chef cooked this food very well.
  26. Why does he do this? 
  27. He is going to read this lesson very well.
  28. Why does he not want to read this story?
  29. We all are doing the same work.
  30. How does he drive his car?
  31. Do you know him?
  32. Can you get all the information?
  33. Why do we have to speak aloud?
  34. He wants to scold him.
  35. Why does his father do the job there?
  36. I am not going to ask him anything.
  37. We all want to complete this task by Monday. 
  38. We should find this out fast.
  39. We must obey our elders.
  40. They know how to handle this matter.
  41. Why can’t you come tomorrow?
  42. Do you care about it?
  43. How does it matter to you?
  44. Why does Rahul not understand this?
  45. Does John keep it to himself?
  46. Why does he ask many questions?
  47. Can you tell him something about it?
  48. We all have to learn English properly.
  49. Why is he learning English these days?
  50. He has to do a new job.

What Is Passive Voice?

Passive voice sentences are those sentences in which the subject is the receiver of the action and any experiment involved in the action is completed upon the subject. Passive voice always takes the past participle form of the main verb.

Examples Of Passive Voice

Some examples of passives have been given as follows:

  • Cricket is played by him every day.
  • He is scolded by his father.
  • Why is he not given his books?
  • These books have been bought from the market.

50 Sentences Of Passive Voice 

  1. Computers are bought from the market.
  2. They are given their rights.
  3. Why is he not asked several questions?
  4. Are these questions being asked?
  5. Why is this mobile not being operated properly?
  6. Why is he given this book?
  7. These pens have been brought from the stationery shops.
  8. Why is he scolded everyday?
  9. Why is this job given to him?
  10. How is this dish made?
  11. How are trees grown?
  12. How are vegetables grown in the fields?
  13. Why is he not given this work everyday?
  14. Why were they being sent there? 
  15. Why was this application written to the university? 
  16. Why have these rules been made?
  17. How can you be scolded there?
  18. Where have they been beaten?
  19. Why will this work be done?
  20. Can this person be asked this question?
  21. I am not being told about all these things.
  22. How can this information be taken forward?
  23. How can advisory be followed?
  24. Can the law be followed?
  25. Can the constitution be amended?
  26. Why is it not being done?
  27. How can these questions be asked everyday?
  28. Why has this work not been completed?
  29. How can new tasks be taken up?
  30. Why has the cat not been given food?
  31. How can animals be fed?
  32. Why have those people been discriminated against?
  33. Were we not being told to go out?
  34. Why were we not given tasks on time?
  35. How have guests been welcomed?
  36. How can this project be done?
  37. Why has this fruit not been bought?
  38. How can clothes be purchased from the market?
  39. Can a new shop be opened?
  40. Why has this person not been given a new book?
  41. How can festivals be celebrated?
  42. How is Diwali celebrated every year?
  43. Why is this not done on time?
  44. Our festivals are celebrated in India every year.
  45. How can they be given these tasks?
  46. How can this mobile be repaired?
  47. Why are several questions asked?
  48. How can this product be improved?
  49. Why are movies not being released in cinema halls? 
  50. Should they be given this freedom? 

Also Read : English Greetings for Every Day

Practice Exercises Of Active And Passive Voices With Answers

Now that you have understood how you can use active and passive sentences in English to make your English better, it is time for you to go through the exercise given below:

Active To Passive Exercise

In this particular exercise, you need to convert active sentences into passive sentences.

  1. Why has he played cricket?
  2. How can he do this work?
  3. Why does he speak English?
  4. How is he learning English?
  5. Why is he writing this letter?
  6. How is he watching television?
  7. Why is he buying this mobile phone?
  8. Was he reading this book there? 
  9. They were speaking new languages. 
  10. They are learning a new language.


  1. Why has cricket been played by him?
  2. How can this work be done by him?
  3. Why is English spoken by him?
  4. How is English being learnt by him?
  5. Why is this letter being written by him?
  6. How is television being watched by him?
  7. Why is this mobile phone being bought by him?
  8. Was this book being read by him there?
  9. New languages were being spoken by them.
  10. A new language is being learnt by them.

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Passive To Active Voice Exercise

You can see the sentences given and you need to convert these sentences from passive voice into active voice:

  1. He has been given this book by his brother.
  2. Why has he been scolded by the teacher?
  3. Was he given instructions by his father? 
  4. Why was this book bought by him yesterday?
  5. How can this be done by him?
  6. Can this mobile be bought by him?
  7. Can that building be built by the builders?
  8. How can books be written by the authors?
  9. Why has he not been given this message by his friend?
  10. How can a new mobile be bought by that boy?


  1. His brother has given him this book.
  2. Why has his teacher scolded him?
  3. Did his father give him instructions?
  4. Why did he buy this book yesterday?
  5. How can he do this?
  6. Can he buy this mobile?
  7. Can the builders build the building?
  8. How can authors write books?
  9. Why has his friend not given him this message? 
  10. How can that boy buy a new mobile?

Identifying active or passive voice

Below are some sentences given and you need to identify whether these sentences are active voice or passive voice:

  1. He has done this work very well. 
  2. How can this work be done very well?
  3. Why has he not bought a new book?
  4. Can this question be asked anywhere? 
  5. How can new rules be made?
  6. Can the constitution be read properly? 
  7. Why have your friends not celebrated this festival?
  8. Have these festivals been ever celebrated? 
  9. How can your family go there?
  10. Can you ask this question to your brother?
  11. We should understand this matter properly.
  12. This dispute has been taken to the court.


  1. Active
  2. Passive
  3. Active
  4. Passive
  5. Passive
  6. Passive
  7. Active
  8. Passive
  9. Active
  10. Active
  11. Active
  12. Passive
100+ Sentences of Active and Passive Voice [with Exercise]


Active and passive voice sentences are going to be great in terms of enhancing your English and taking it to a better level. You as students must try to practice these sentences as often as possible and you will be able to feel the difference in your English yourself. If you want to master active and passive sentences, you have to be consistent with their practice and your English will improve in a better manner. The more practice you do, the better you become. Practice English every day for FREE on the AceFluency App where you get 20 minutes of free calling talk time to connect with co-learners every day.

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