Present Simple- Passive
In this present simple and passive worksheet, students make passive sentences from the words and phrases provided. There are examples and instructions on the page.
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Introducing and Practicing the Passive
Introduce your young grammarians to the passive construction. Follow a richly detailed script and use the template provided for a series of exercises that model for your class members how and when to use the present progressive and the...
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