Active & Passive Voice Review Growing Different Crops
Active & Passive Voice Review Growing Different Crops Directions: Work with a partner. On each slide, a verb tense and some words are listed. First, make an active voice question and statement (answer) using the words. Put the verb in the tense listed. Check your question by clicking the mouse. Next, make a passive voice question and answer using the same words (change the
word order & verb form; omit the old subject/agent if its not needed). Check your answer by clicking the mouse. where/farmers/grapes/grow answer - in California simple present tense Active Question: Where do farmers grow grapes? Active Answer: Farmers grow grapes in California. Passive Question: Where are grapes grown (by farmers)? Passive Answer:
Grapes are grown (by farmers) in California. where/farmers/wheat/grow answer - in Arizona present progressive tense Active Question: Where are farmers growing wheat? Active Answer: Farmers are growing wheat in Arizona. Passive Question: Where is wheat being grown (by farmers) ? Passive Answer: Wheat is being grown (by farmers) in Arizona.
how long/farmers/wheat/grow/in Arizona answer - for years present perfect tense Active Question: How long have farmers grown wheat in Arizona? Active Answer: Farmers have grown wheat in Arizona for years. Passive Question: How long has wheat been grown in Arizona? Passive Answer Wheat has been grown in Arizona for years. (no question word)/farmers/more
wheat/grow/in the future answer - yes future with will Active Question: Will farmers grow more wheat in the future? Active Answer: Yes, farmers will grow more wheat in the future. Passive Question: Will more wheat be grown (by farmers) in the future? Passive Answer: More wheat will be grown (by farmers) in the future.
(no question word)/farmers/less cotton/grow/in the future answer - yes future with be going to Active Question: Are farmers going to grow less cotton in the future? Active Answer: Yes, farmers are going to grow less cotton in the future. Passive Question: Is less cotton going to be grown (by farmers) in the
future? Passive Answer: Yes, less cotton is going to be grown (by farmers) in the future. When/a tire company/cotton/grow/in Goodyear answer - in the 1940s simple past tense Active Question: When did a tire company grow cotton in Goodyear? Active Answer: A tire company grew cotton in Goodyear in the
1940s. Passive Question: When was cotton grown (by a tire company) in Goodyear? Passive Answer Cotton was grown (by a tire company) in Goodyear in the 1940s. why/the company/lots of cotton/grow/then answer to make tires for the military past progressive tense Active Question: Why was the company growing lots of cotton then? Active Answer:
The company was growing lots of cotton then to make tires for the military. Passive Question: Why was lots of cotton being grown then? Passive Answer Lots of cotton was being grown then to make tires for the military.
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