Read the text written in the Passive Voice.
Westminster Abbey is noted for its architecture and historical associations. It is the church where nearly all the kings and queens have been crowned and where many of them are buried. It is an honoured resting-place for those who have served the nation, whether in science, like Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin, literature, like Charles Dickens, or politics.
Westminster Abbey is a national shrine where the kings and queens are crowned and famous people are buried. Founded by Edward the Confessor in 1015, the Abbey was a monastery for a long time. The present building dates largely from the time of Henry III who began to rebuild the church, a task which lasted nearly 300 years. The west towers were added in the eighteenth century.
Since William I almost every English monarch has been crowned in this great church, which contains the tombs and memorials of many of Britain’s most eminent citizens. One of the greatest treasures of the Abbey is the oaken Coronation Chair made in 1300.
Westminster Abbey is noted for its Poets’ Corner, containing memorials to William Shakespeare- a dramatist and poet of universal fame, to Robert Burns- Scotland’s most famous poet, to George G. Byron and many others.
Write the words into each sentence.
1. It is an honoured resting-place for those who have served the .
2. The present building dates largely from the time of Henry III who began to .
3. Westminster Abbey is noted for its Poets’ .