Career Dishari

CHAPTER 6 TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES

Welcome to your CHAPTER 6 TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES

1. Transform the given sentence into assertive. How gorgeous is the sunset!
2. Transform the given sentence into superlative. No other metal is as expensive as gold.
3. Transform the given sentence into adjective. She treated me respectfully.
4. Transform the given sentence into negative. Human is mortal.
5. Transform the given sentence into complex. My ambition is to serve the country.
6. Transform the given sentence into compound sentence. Everyone knows that the earth is round.
7. Transform the given sentence by removing too. This tea is too hot for me.
8. Transform the given sentence into compound. Coming to me, Anita delivered the letter.
9. Transform the given sentence into complex. Buy one shirt and get one free.
10. Transform the given sentence by removing too. The oranges are too cheap to be good.
11. Transform the given sentence into interrogative. Stop it.
12. Transform the given sentence into negative. Ajay loved his parents.
13. Transform the given sentence into positive. Samay writes more neatly than any other boy in the class.
14. Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives. They wanted to win. They worked hard for that reason.
15. Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives. She was sensible. She did the right thing.
16. Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives.The students were not able to solve the problem. It was too difficult for them.
17. Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives. It is too late. We cant start a new lesson now.
18.Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives. The manager appointed John. He will do the accounts
19. Direction: Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using infinitives. The man took out a knife. He intended to frighten all of us.
20. Identify the following sentences or clauses from the given options. We can wait here until Sourav calls us.
21. Direction: Identify the following sentences or clauses from the given options. We must prepare the dam, or the water will rush through.
22. He went to the shop but he didn’t buy anything. (Make it complex)
23. He works at night so that he can study at day. (Make it simple)
24. Despite trying hard, he failed to fulfill the target. (Make it Compound)
25. Transform the given complex sentence into compound sentence. If you cannot obey me you have to leave.
26. Transform the given exclamatory sentence into assertive sentence: How kind of you to help her like that.
27. He is so sick that he cannot speak. (Make it simple)
28. Though she knew what would happen, she did it anyway. (Make it compound)
29. I bought a red dress for her. (Make it compound)
30. She returned home at midnight. (Make it complex)

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