Change Present Continuous Tense Into Passive Voice | Class 7 Grammar Worksheets

In the present continuous tense, we make the passive verb form by putting is/am/are before being + past participle form of the verb.

Use is when the subject is a singular noun or pronoun.

  • She is solving the puzzle.
  • The puzzle is being solved by her.

Use are when the subject is a plural noun or pronoun.

  • The dog is chasing the cats.
  • The cats are being chased by the dog.

Use am when the subject is the first person singular pronoun I.

  • They are serving me.
  • I am being served by them.

Change present continuous tense into passive voice.

1. I am writing letters.

2. She is reading a novel.

3. The cow is feeding her calf.

4. He is drawing a picture.

5. They are repairing the roof.

6. The chief guest is giving away the prizes.

7. The teacher is teaching the lesson.

8. The police are questioning the suspect.

9. Grandmother is telling a story.

10. The children are playing football.

11. He is doing his job.

12. I am cooking dinner.


1. Letters are being written by me.

2. A novel is being read by her.

3. The calf is being fed by the cow.

4. A picture is being drawn by him.

5. The roof is being repaired by them.

6. The prizes are being given away by the chief guest.

7. The lesson is being taught by the teacher.

8. The suspect is being questioned by the police.

9. A story is being told by grandmother.

10. Football is being played by the children.

11. His job is being done by him.

12. Dinner is being cooked by me.

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