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Important Active and Passive Voice 9th Class English Notes

Important Active and Passive Voice 9th Class English Notes 

Here are the important active and passive voice 9th class English notes along with the precise active and passive voice rules. Sublime English Guide Series is a series of easiest to learn and to-the-point notes for grade 9, 10, 11, 12 and other classes. Having already earned great appreciation from teachers, students, syllabus designers and examiners alike, the use of these notes can help you score maximum marks in the board exams. The 9th class English notes and 10th class English notes cover all aspects of the syllabus, including short questions, MCQs, grammar, pairs of words, paragraphs, essays, reading comprehension, translation, active and passive voice, past papers, model papers, and everything else that the students need.

As a part of 9th class English notes series, here are important active and passive voice sentence both from the text book and the past papers.

Important Active and Passive Voice 9th Class English Notes

   Active & Passive Voice

Example Sentences from Past Papers

 

Rules: Change from Active Voice to Passive Voice

  1. Interchange the positions of subject and object.

فاعل کو مفعول کی جگہ پہ اور مفعول کو فاعل کی جگہ پہ لگائیں۔

  1. Change objective case of object into subjective case. Change subjective case of subject into objective case.

مفعول کی مفعولی حالت کو تبدیل کر کے فاعل کی جگہ پہ لگائیں۔ فاعل کی فاعلی حالت کو تبدیل کر کے مفعول کی جگہ پہ لگائیں۔

iii.                  If subject or object is a noun, its case will not be changed.

اگر فاعل یا مفعول “ناؤن” ہو تو اس کی حالت میں تبدیلی نہیں ہوگی۔

  1. Use “by” before the object (objective case of subject).

مفعول سے پہلے “بائے” کا استعمال کریں۔

  1. Always use third form of verb in passive voice sentences.

“پیسو وائس” جملوں میں ہمیشہ فعل کی تیسری فارم استعمال ہوگی۔

  1. A passive voice sentence will always have a helping verb.

“پیسو وائس” جملوں میں ہمیشہ امدادی فعل کا استعمال ہوگا۔

Change of Pronouns:

Subjective Case Objective Case
I Me
We Us
You You
He Him
She Her
It It
They Them

 

Sr. # Active/Passive Sentences Change of Voice
1. She gave me five books. Five books were given to me by her.
2. They are buying their house. Their house is being bought by them.
3. We shall have killed a snake. A snake will have been killed by us.
4. They have not done their job. Their job has not been done by them.
5. Who is knocking at the door? By whom is the door being knocked?
6. Polish my shoes. Let my shoes be polished.
7. He will write a letter. A letter will be written by him.
8. Did he ring the bell? Was the bell rung by him?
9. He was playing football. Football was being played by him.
10. They have bought a house. A house has been bought by them.
11. She likes apples. Apples are liked by her.
12. A car ran over an old man. An old man was run over by a car.
13. They caught the thief. The thief was caught by them.
14. The board had given me a gold medal. A gold medal had been given to me by the board.
15. The board has given me a gold medal. A gold medal has been given to me by the board.
16. We did not hear a sound. A sound was not heard by us.
17. Eat these apples. Let these apples be eaten.
18. She was teaching the students. The students were being taught by her.
19. They give me a prize. I am given a prize by them.
20. He has written many poems. Many poems have been written by him.
21. They read many books. Many books are read by them.
22. He is playing a match. A match is being played by him.
23. They did not help us. We were not helped by them.
24. The juggler will show feats. Feats will be shown by the juggler.
25. He does not deceive me. I am not deceived by him.
26. The boy makes the picture. The picture is made by the boy.
27. The mother does not love the children. The children are not loved by the mother.
28. They have bought a horse. A horse has been bought by them.
29. Open the door. Let the door be opened.
30. People were flying kites. Kites were being flown by people.
31. My friends are encouraging me. I am being encouraged by my friends.
32. I wrote a letter. A letter was written by me.
33. Shut the door. Let the door be shut.
34. He reads good books. Good books are read by him.
35. They are buying this house. This house is being bought by them.
36. They had gained nothing. Nothing had been gained by them.
37. The door of the car was opened by the driver. The driver opened the door of the car.
38. We shall have killed the snake. The snake will have been killed by us.
39. The snake will have been killed by us. We shall have killed the snake. T
40. She was teaching the students. The students were being taught by her.
 

 

As a part of the easiest and to-the-point 9th class English notes, these active and passive voice sentences are very important from the point of view of preparation for the exams. As you can see, the sentences are simple and easy. Just try to follow the active and passive voice rules given in the beginning.

If you face any difficulty at any level, you are most welcome to ask questions through the ‘comments box’, given at the bottom of this article.

 

 

41. I was given five films by her. She gave me five films.
42. Why is he mending the chair? Why is the chair being mended by him?
43. She gave me a pen. A pen was given to me by her.
44. He was teaching the students. The students were being taught by him.
45. We use milk for making cheese. Milk is used by us for making cheese.
46. They will play hockey. Hockey will be played by them.
47. They had gained nothing. Nothing had been gained by them.
48. The teacher was helping the students. The students were being helped by the teacher.
49. They had not done their home task. Their home task had not been done by them.
50. He will give me a box of chocolates. I will be given a box of chocolates by him.
51. The sudden noise frightened the child. The child was frightened by the sudden noise.
52. When did she find it? When was it found by her?
53. She gave me five films. I was given five films by her.
54. The boys make the picture. The picture is made by the boys.
55. She has not beaten the dog. The dog has not been beaten by them.
56. The boy is climbing the wall. The wall is being climbed by the boy.
57. He took away my books. My books were taken away by him.
58. He is wearing new clothes. New clothes are being worn by him.
59. Songs are sung by her. She sings songs.
60. The bank does not give loan to me. Loan is not given to me by the bank.
61. They are killing the mad dogs. The mad dogs are being killed by them.
62. He has not thrown rotten eggs. Rotten eggs have not been thrown by him.
63. We had seen him. He had been seen by us.
64. Our team won the match. The match was won by our team.
65. Why did she write such a letter? Why was such a letter written by her?
66. I posted the letter. The letter was posted by me.
67. You will have taken breakfast. Breakfast will have been taken by you.
68. Who will oppose you? By whom will you be opposed?
69. Are you listening to the news? Are the news being listened by you?
70. He does not take exercise regularly. Exercise is not taken by him regularly.
71. Girls sing songs. Songs are sung by girls.
72. The rich man is giving alms. Alms is given by the rich man.
73. We have heard the songs. The songs have been heard by us.
74. He killed a snake. A snake was killed by him.
75. You shall obey our orders. Our orders will be obeyed by you.

 

About the Author:

The writer of 9th class English notes and 10th class English notes (Muhammad Ishaq) is an M. Phil (Linguistics) Scholar and Secondary School Educator at New Millat High School, Mumtazabad, Multan. He has earned many distinctions as a student, teacher, English language instructor, debater, prolific content writer, and academic and linguistic researcher. He makes use of his years long experience in various domains to produce something creative and comprehensive.

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