Dear forum,

I have been asked to correct the following questions.

Quest 1: make a passive voice of an active voice of follows:

can anyone count the stars in the sky?

my finding is: The stars in the sky were counted by someone.

Quest-2 - make direct speech to indirect speech.

A passer by said"can you tell me the way to the station"?

my finding is: I was asked by a passer where 'an I tell him the way to the station.
I think the first one's correct.

the second one:

I was asked by a passer wether I can tell him the way to the station.

But wait for on of those awesome native speakers, they'll explain it better Emotion: smile
Hi,

Here's how I would answer (but you'd better wait for a native or a teacher Emotion: stick out tongue)

srnnQuest 1: make a passive voice of an active voice of follows:
can anyone count the stars in the sky?
my finding is: The stars in the sky were counted by someone.

Can the stars in the sky be counted?
Your sentence in the passive, although awkward, is grammatically correct. However, you didn't keep the meaning of the original sentence (which is something you shouldn't do in this type of exercise). The active form of your sentence, in fact, would be "Someone counted the stars in the sky".

srnnQuest-2 - make direct speech to indirect speech.

A passer by said"can you tell me the way to the station"?

my finding is: I was asked by a passer where 'an I tell him the way to the station.

A passer-by asked me if/whether I could tell him the way to the station.

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1. Are the stars counted in the sky?

2. A passer by asked if I could tell him the way to station.

srnnCan anyone count the stars in the sky?

Passive: Can the stars in the sky be counted by anyone?

srnnA passer-by said, "Can you tell me the way to the station"?

A passer-by asked if I could tell him/her the way to the station.

CJ