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Active voice: India expected to win the match.

Passive voice( book answer): It was expected by India that they would win the match.

My answer Example #1: India expected the match to be won.

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Active voice: India expected to win the match.

Passive (book answer): It was expected by India that they would win the match.

My answer: India expected the match to be won.

Active Example #2: I expect her to finish the task.

Active(book answer): I expect the task to be finished by her.

Active: I expect her to finish the task.

Passive (book answer): I expect the task to be finished by her.

For the first sentenceexample (1##1), the book shows only one answer but iI think my answer is also correct. I just changed the sentence into passive voice in the same way as the book changed the second sentenceexample (2##2) into a passive.

Is my answer for #1 correct? As i think are both the sentencesIs my answer to #1 grammatically the same. as the book's answer to #1?

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Active voice: India expected to win the match.

Passive voice( book answer): It was expected by India that they would win the match.

My answer : India expected the match to be won.

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Active : I expect her to finish the task.

Active(book answer): I expect the task to be finished by her.

For the first sentence(1#) book shows only one answer but i think my answer is also correct. I just changed the sentence into passive voice as book changed second sentence(2#) into passive.

Is my answer correct? As i think are both the sentences grammatically same.?

Example #1:

Active voice: India expected to win the match.

Passive (book answer): It was expected by India that they would win the match.

My answer: India expected the match to be won.

Example #2:

Active: I expect her to finish the task.

Passive (book answer): I expect the task to be finished by her.

For the first example (#1), the book shows only one answer but I think my answer is also correct. I just changed the sentence into passive voice in the same way as the book changed the second example (#2) into a passive.

Is my answer for #1 correct? Is my answer to #1 grammatically the same as the book's answer to #1?

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Passive construction of infinitive verb

1#

Active voice: India expected to win the match.

Passive voice( book answer): It was expected by India that they would win the match.

My answer : India expected the match to be won.

2#

Active : I expect her to finish the task.

Active(book answer): I expect the task to be finished by her.

For the first sentence(1#) book shows only one answer but i think my answer is also correct. I just changed the sentence into passive voice as book changed second sentence(2#) into passive.

Is my answer correct? As i think are both the sentences grammatically same.?