Exercise 133. Make the following interrogative and negative.
1. All pupils are supplied with textbooks. 2. America was discovered by Columbus. 3. The floor was painted last summer. 4. The shop will be closed at S o'clock. 5. The sick man is being operated on. 6. The room is being cleaned now.
7. This metro line was being built at that time. 8. This novel has been translated into Russian. 9. A new business center has been built in our town. 10. The tickets had been sold out by that time. ,
Exercise 134. Change the following into the Passive Voice. Leave out the subject of the action.
Model: They grow wheat here. — Wheat is grown here.
■ 1. The girls water the flowers every day. 2. They publish this magazine in Paris. 3. We do not discuss such questions at our meetings,. 4. Somebody built this castle in the 16th century. 5. They did not show this film last week. 6. They will not fimsh this work tomorrow. 7. We shall invite him to take part in the concert. 8. The workers are repairing the road. 9. They were showing the film from 7 till 8.10. She has locked the door. 11. Someone has broken my pencil.
12.1 have posted the letter. 13. They had written the compo sition before the bell rang. 14. The travellers made camp not far from the village.
Exercise 133. Turn the following into the Passive Voice
■ without leaving out the subject of the action.
Model: Popov invented the radios The radio was invented by Popov.
1. My sister teaches me English. 2. Peter drives the car.
3. The fascists killed her father/4. Mary has lost her key.
5.His assistant will meet the delegation. 6. The teacher has checked our dictations. 7. Our music teacher was conducting the orchestra. 8. Parker opened the door. 9. He put the let ter in the envelope. 10. The hunter killed the bear.
Exercise 136. Turn the following into the Passive Voice. Leave out the subject of the action.
Models: The teacher gave him a pen. — He was given a pen. Everyone looked at the girl. — The girl was looked at.
A. 1. They showed us the monuments of Suzdal. 2. She offered me a cup of tea. 3. They promised her an interesting