MBA Entrance Verbal Ability Test for MAT, MAH CET

Q.  The given sentence is in active/ passive voice. Change the voice of the sentence. Select the correct option from the sentence below.

Champagne is drunk on new year’s eve.


a. People drink champagne on new year’s eve.
b. Let us drink champagne on new year’s eve.
c. They will drink champagne on new year’s eve.
d. People always drink champagne on new year’s eve.


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