Notes On Transforming Imperative Sentences - Passive Voice - CBSE Class 8 English Grammar
The Sentences which express request, order, advice, suggestion, prohibition etc are called imperative sentence. The imperative sentence in the passive voice has the following structure: Let + object + be + past participle When the active voice begins with do not, the passive voice has the following structure: Let not + object + be + past participle 1.Examples are given below: Active: Open the window. Passive: Let the window be opened. 2.Active:Do it at once. Passive:Let it be done at once. 3.Active: Do not write stories. Passive: Let the story not written. 4.Passive: Let me be helped. Passive: You are requested to help me. 5.Active: Don’t use it. Passive: Let it not be used.

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The Sentences which express request, order, advice, suggestion, prohibition etc are called imperative sentence. The imperative sentence in the passive voice has the following structure: Let + object + be + past participle When the active voice begins with do not, the passive voice has the following structure: Let not + object + be + past participle 1.Examples are given below: Active: Open the window. Passive: Let the window be opened. 2.Active:Do it at once. Passive:Let it be done at once. 3.Active: Do not write stories. Passive: Let the story not written. 4.Passive: Let me be helped. Passive: You are requested to help me. 5.Active: Don’t use it. Passive: Let it not be used.
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