A2 Grammar Exercise: Passive Present and Past

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A2 Grammar Exercise
Welcome to A2 Grammar Passive Exercise where you will learn about using the passive to talk about actions in present and past. It targeted for students studying a Pre-Intermediate Level or above.
This exercise is an introduction in using the passive in English which is one grammar point that you expected to know for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 Key examination.

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