When we change imperative sentences into the passive voice, we begin with ‘let’.
An example is given below.
Open the door. (Active voice)
Let the door be opened. (Passive voice)
Change the voice.
1. Close the door.
2. Translate this into French.
3. Invite him to the party.
4. Do not invite her to the party.
5. Do not disturb him.
6. Do it soon.
7. Feed the cat.
8. Tell the truth.
9. Do not tell the truth.
10. Release the captive.
11. Call him.
12. Repair it.
13. Do cats attack snakes?
14. Did the noise frighten you?
15. Will the government build a bridge?
16. When will they announce the results?
1. Let the door be closed.
2. Let this be translated into French.
3. Let him be invited to the party.
4. Let her not be invited to the party.
5. Let him not be disturbed.
6. Let it be done soon.
7. Let the cat be fed.
8. Let the truth be told.
9. Let not the truth be told.
10. Let the captive be released.
11. Let him be called.
12. Let it be repaired.
13. Are snakes attacked by cats?
14. Were you frightened by the noise?
15. Will a bridge be built by the government?
16. When will the results be announced by them?