Directions (Q. 1-5): A sentence has been given in Active/Passive Voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active Voice and mark your answer in the Answer Sheet.

1. One must keep one's promises.

One's promises are kept

One's promises must kept

One's promises were kept

One's promises must be kept

2. The government has not approved the new drug for sale.

The government approval for the sale of the new drug has not been given

The new drug has not been approved for sale by the government

For the sale of the new drug we have not been given the approval

The new drug was not approved by the government

3. They have published all the details of the invention.

All the details of the invention have been published by them

The publication of the details of invention was done by them

All the details have been invented by the publishers

All the inventions have been detailed by them

4. He teaches us grammar.

Grammar was taught to us by him

We are taught grammar by him

Grammar will be taught to us by him

We were teached grammar by him

5. The manager could not accept the union leader's proposals.

The union leader's proposals could not be accepted by the manager

The union leader's proposals were not accepted by the manager

The union leader's proposals will not be accepted by the manager

The union leader's proposals would not be accepted by the manager

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