Complete the text with the correct verb tenses in the passive voice Harry Potter and the

Philosopher's Stone….…….(know) in the United States as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone . It is the first fantasy/adventure film in the popular Harry Potter films series. It ……….. (base) on the novel by J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. It ……………..(direct) by Chris Columbus and it is about an ordinary eleven-year-old boy who is actually a wizard. Harry’s parents ………….(kill) when he was just a year oldinfant by Voldemort, but he couldn’t kill the baby and he …………nearly ……….(destroy) in the process.

Harry ………………(take) to live with his only remaining relatives. They ……. strongly ……….(oppose) to any sort of involvement with magic, and Harry ……….(give) the impression that his "ordinary" parents simply died in a car accident, and that he is just an ordinary boy. But on his eleventh birthday, Harry learns from a mysterious stranger called Hagrid that he is actually a wizard, and is in fact famous in the wizardry world for surviving Voldemort's attack. Harry …………..(invite) to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Harry chooses to go to the school, where he begins to learn magic and make new friends (and enemies) at Hogwarts. Harry learns that since Voldemort's attack on Harry ten years back, Voldemort has been in a state of near-death, but now he want to regain his power and achieve immortality through the acquisition of a Philosopher's Stone. Harry and his friends, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, discover the plot, and seek to prevent the theft of the Stone, which …………..(hide) in a protected chamber at Hogwarts.

.K Rowling What is it about? It is about an ordinary eleven-year-old boy who is actually a wizard.Here you have some clues to write about the famous film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Harry’s parents …. Known in the United States as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Who was the director of the film? Chris Columbus Based on the novel by J. Use the passive voice.

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