|They often translate English texts.||The windows were washed yesterday.|
|They are doing their homework.||It has already been done.|
|They washed the windows yesterday.||The lest had been finished when the teacher came.|
|They were doing it from 5 till 7 o’clock yesterday.||The apple pie will have been baked by 2 o’clock in the afternoon.|
|They have already done it.||English texts are often translated.|
|They will repair the TV set tomorrow.||The homework is being done now.|
|They will have baked the apple pie by 2 o’clock in the afternoon.||It was being done from 5 till 7 o Exercise 3. Find the corresponding idea in the right-hand column.’clock yesterday.|
|They had finished the test when the teacher came.||The TV set will be repaired tomorrow.|
Exercise 4. Make the sentences passive. Use by... only if it is necessary to say who does / did the action. The first sentence is done for you as an example:
1) Shakespeare wrote "Hamlet". - "Hamlet" was written by Shakespeare.
2) They have arrested her for shoplifting. 3) They are repairing your car now. 4) People in Chile speak Spanish. 5) My mother made this ring. 6) Electricity drives this car. 7) Somebody will tell you where to go. 8) A drunken motorist knocked her down. 9) Liverpool beat Manchester 3-0 yesterday Exercise 3. Find the corresponding idea in the right-hand column.. 10) The Chinese invented paper. 11) They don’t sell stamps in bookshops. 12) The directors are still considering your application. 13) People are using computers in all kinds of work.