Free PDF Download of English Grammar Exercise on Active and Passive Voice for Class 7
The active and passive voices are two grammatical voices. They are one of the five qualities that make up the crux of English grammar. In simple words, we can define ‘voice’ in English as the form of a verb that indicates when a subject acts, or receives an action. When the subject performs the action, it is known as active voice, and when the subject is being acted upon, we call it a passive voice. Active and passive voice for Class 7 students is included in the 16th chapter of the NCERT grammar book.
Learning active and passive voice is vital for young minds as it allows them to formulate sentences in different ways, and take their writing skills a notch higher. As such, parents and teachers need to consider the nitty-gritty of the topic, and provide students with additional assistance for better absorption of knowledge.
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FAQs on English Grammar Class 7 Active and Passive Voice - PDF
1. What is an auxiliary verb?
An auxiliary verb is a helping verb that we use with the main verb to better express the main verb’s mood, tense, or voice.
2. What is the passive voice of the sentence – I shall welcome you?
The passive of the sentence will be – You shall be welcomed by me.
3. Which tenses do not have a passive voice?
Future continuous tense and the three perfect continuous tenses do not have a passive voice.