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1 Active to Passive Voice Jeopardy By Ms. Strong

2 JEOPARDY Active to Passive Passive to Active True or False Correct or Incorrect Review of Confusing Words 100 200 300 400 500

3 Active to Passive 100 Points Macbeth sees the apparitions and interprets them. The apparitions are seen and interpreted by Macbeth.

4 Active to Passive 200 Points The parade of kings is passing before Macbeth. Macbeth is passed by the parade of kings.

5 Active to Passive 300 Points The witches warn Macbeth to beware many things. Macbeth is warned by the witches to beware many things.

6 Active to Passive 400 Points Lady Macbeth washes her hands constantly. Lady Macbeth’s hands are washed by her constantly.

7 Active to Passive 500 Points Malcolm and the doctor tell Macduff that the king’s blessing has the power to cure. Macduff is told by Malcolm and the doctor that the king’s blessing has the power to cure.

8 Passive to Active 100 Points He is horrified by the cries of the bloody child. The bloody child’s cries horrified him.

9 Passive to Active 200 Points Macbeth is told by Lennox that Macduff fled to England. Lennox told Macbeth that Macduff fled to England.

10 Passive to Active 300 Points Lady Macduff’s son is murdered before her eyes. Not possible because we do not know who did the action.

11 Passive to Active 400 Points Macduff is saddened by the recent events that have taken place in Scotland. The recent events that have taken place in Scotland sadden Macduff.

12 Passive to Active 500 Points Macbeth is told by the apparition not to worry until Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane. The apparition tells Macbeth not to worry until Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane.

13 True or False 100 Points The following is written in active voice: Macbeth has murdered Duncan. True

14 True or False 200 Points The following is written in active voice: Macduff’s family was murdered by Macbeth. False

15 True or False 300 Points The following is written in passive voice: The king was killed while he was sleeping. True

16 True or False 400 Points The following is written in passive voice: Macbeth was strongly encouraged to confess. True

17 True or False 500 Points The following is written in active voice: Lady Macbeth was pleased by Macbeth’s gruesome deeds. False

18 Correct or Incorrect 100 Points Use the passive voice if you don’t know who performed the action described in the sentence. Correct

19 Correct or Incorrect 200 Points Use the passive voice if you want to reveal who did the action. Incorrect—if you DO NOT want to reveal who did the action.

20 Correct or Incorrect 300 Points Use the passive voice if you want to put the receiver of the action in the spotlight. Correct

21 Correct or Incorrect 400 Points Use passive if the receiver of the action is not a passive recipient of the action. Incorrect—only if the receiver IS a passive recipient.

22 Correct or Incorrect 500 Points The following sentence could be put into active voice: The Young Siward was murdered. Incorrect—we do not know who performed the action.

23 Review of Confusing Words 100 Points Pick the correct word: When the choir finally sang (all together, altogether), they sounded beautiful. All together

24 Review of Confusing Words 200 Points Pick the correct word: Dunsinane was (all ready, already) except for the feast. All ready

25 Review of Confusing Words 300 Points Pick the correct word: Can anyone tell me the (capital, capitol) of Montana? capital

26 Review of Confusing Words 400 Points Pick the correct word: I’ve (already, all ready) killed Duncan. already

27 Review of Confusing Words 500 Points Pick the correct word: The plot of Macbeth is (altogether, all together) too confusing. altogether


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