Passive Voice of “The boy did not break the glass” is __.

(A) The glass was not broken by the boy.
(B) The glass has not been broken by the boy.
(C) The glass is not broken by the boy.
(D) The glass had not been broken by the boy.

Passive Voice of “I saw him leaving the house” is __.

(A) Leaving the house he was seen by me.
(B) He was seen leaving the house by me.
(C) He had been seen leaving the house.
(D) He was seen to be leaving the house.

Passive Voice of ” Sana is washing her clothes” is __.

(A) Her clothes are being washed by Sana.
(B) Her clothes were being washed by Sana.
(C) Her clothes has been washed by Sana.
(D) Her clothes has been washed by Sana.

Passive Voice of “People speak English all over the world”:

(A) English is spoken by people.
(B) English was spoken all over the world.
(C) English was spoken by people.
(D) English is spoken all over the world.

Passive Voice of “The people elected him Mayor”:

(A) Him was elected Mayor the people.
(B) He was elected Mayor by the people.
(C) Mayor is elected by the people.
(D) He is elected by the people Mayor.

Passive Voice of “Someone pulled the bull violently”:

(A) The bull had been pulled violently by someone.
(B) The bull was to be pulled violently by someone.
(C) The bull had been pulled violently.
(D) The bull was pulled violently.

Passive Voice of “The boy has rung the bell”:

(A) The bell has been being rung by the boy.
(B) The bell was being rung by the boy.
(C) The bell was rung by the boy.
(D) The bell has been rung by the boy.