Before going to the exercise, let’s understand imperative sentences once more.
To study Voices, imperative sentences are divided into Positive meaning and Negative meaning.
Each is further divided into 2 types, as shown below.
Av–> V + O
eg: Clean the room
Pv–> Let + O + be + V3
eg: Let the room be cleaned
II type- showing request
Av–> Please/kindly + V + O
eg: Please read it once more
Pv–> You are requested to + V +O
eg: You are requested to read it once more
Av–> Don’t + V + O
eg: Don’t drink liquor
Pv–> Let + O + be + not + V3
eg: Let liquor be not drunk
II type— showing request
Av–> Please/kindly + don’t + V+ O
eg: Please don’t disturb him
Pv–> You are requested not to + V + O
eg: You are requested not to disturb him
Now, let’s go to solve the questions in the exercise.
Change the voice