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    The plan was looked at carefully.
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    The plan is being looked at carefully.
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    The plan has been looked at carefully.
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    The plan have been looked at carefully.
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Answer : 3
The plan has been looked at carefully.

Explanation :

The given sentence is in Passive Voice. As per the question we have to change it into Active Voice.
The structure of the given sentence as follows: Subject+has/have+V3+Object.
(Active Voice) Subject (Objective Case)+has/have+been+V3+Object (Subjective Case).
(Passive Voice) 'The plan' will be put in place of 'we'.
(Subject becomes object) And 'We' will be put in place of 'The plan'.
(the object becomes subject) 'Have looked at' will be changed into 'Has looked at'.
(To agree with the changed subject and object) Thus the correct sentence is:
The plan has been carefully looked at

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    Liza is regarded as an expert by all of us.
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    Liza has been regarded as an expert by all of us.
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    Liza was regarded as an expert by all of us.
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    Liza should be regarded as an expert by all of us.
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Answer : 1
Liza is regarded as an expert by all of us.

Explanation :

In Active Voice, a sentence emphasizes the subject, performing an action. In Passive Voice, a sentence emphasizes the action or the object of the sentence.
The given sentence is in the active voice and 'We' is the subject and 'Liza' is the object.
When we convert this sentence into passive voice, the subject 'We' of the active voice becomes the object 'us', the object 'Liza' becomes the subject.
The passive format "is + V3 (regarded)" should be used. This is the active and passive voice rule for the present simple tense.

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    Elaborate arrangements have been made for the party.
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    Elaborate arrangements are made for the party.
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    Elaborate arrangements are being made for the party.
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    Elaborate arrangements were being made for the party.
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Answer : 3
Elaborate arrangements are being made for the party.

Explanation :

The given sentence is an example of Active Voice. As per the given question, we have to change it to Passive Voice.
The process of transformation is as follows:
The subject of the given sentence is 'They'.
The object of the given sentence is 'Elaborate'.
The subject will be put in place of the object and the object will be put in place of the subject.
'Are making' will be changed into 'are being made'.
However, the subject 'they' will not be used as 'by them' because it becomes the hidden subject here. This is so because here the action is the central focus and the actor can be any unknown/general entity.
Thus the correct sentence is: Elaborate arrangements are being made for the party.

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    Did you left your bag in the bus?
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    Did you leave your bag in the bus?
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    Have you left your bag in the bus?
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    Was you leaving your bag in the bus?
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Answer : 2
Did you leave your bag in the bus?

Explanation :

The given sentence is in a passive voice form, hence we need to convert it into an active voice form.
We need to follow these instructions while changing the voice of an interrogative sentence.
The inverted form of the verb i.e. Did you leave, will commence the sentence.
The given sentence is in the simple past tense.
The active voice form for the simple past interrogative sentence:
Helping verb (Did) + subject + V1 + object? At last line up the remaining part.
Following these steps, we finally get- Did you leave your bag in the bus?

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    The northern part of India is ruled over by Razia Sultana.
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    The northern part of India was ruled over by Razia Sultana.
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    The northern part of India had been ruled over by Razia Sultana.
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    The northern part of India was being ruled over by Razia Sultana.
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Answer : 2
The northern part of India was ruled over by Razia Sultana.

Explanation :

In Active Voice, a sentence emphasizes the subject, performing an action.
In Passive Voice, a sentence emphasizes the action or the object of the sentence.
The given sentence is in the active voice and 'Razia Sultana' is the subject and 'the northern part of India' is the object.
When we convert this sentence into passive voice, the subject 'Razia Sultana' of the active voice becomes the object, the object 'the northern part of India' becomes the subject.
The passive format "was + V3 (ruled)" should be used.
This is the active and passive voice rule for the past simple tense.
Hence, the correct sentence is 'The northern part of India was ruled over by Razia Sultana'

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