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Which of the following pairs of sentences is not a correct transformation from Interrogative to Assertive.
Direction: Choose the best option to transform as directed.
Q. Listen and I will tell you all. (Choose into complex sentence )
He is wiser than I . Transform into a negative sentence .
Direction: Identify the sentence given below.
Q. I seldom go to the pictures.
He wants an apple . (Choose into interrogative sentences )
In the event of being late you will not be allowed entry . (Make a compound sentence )
She will feel better in the morning . (Transform into interrogative )
He liked my suggestion. (Change into an interrogative sentence )
A lost moment is lost forever . (Make a complex sentence )
Direction: Convert the affirmative sentence into a negative sentence:
Q. Mili is prettier than Neha.
The correct statement is: Neha is not as pretty as Mili. Both of them are assertive sentences but one is affirmative and the other is negative.
Direction: Convert the following exclamatory sentence to an assertive sentence:
Q. Hurrah ! We have one the match.
The correct assertive sentence is: We rejoice to have won the match. An exclamatory sentence expresses sudden emotion or feeling about something and has an exclamatory mark. Hence, while converting an exclamatory sentence to any other form, the words that denote exclamation must be replaced with suitable verbs that convey the same emotion. In this situation, ‘Hurrah’ has been replaced with ‘rejoiced’. Another example would be: ‘wow’ being replaced with ‘amazed’.
Direction: Convert the following simple sentence to a compound sentence :
Q. Besides being rude, he was also arrogant.
The correct compound sentence is : He was not only rude but also arrogant. A compound sentence is also called a double sentence.
Direction: Convert the following compound sentence into a simple sentence:
Q. We must eat, or we cannot live.
The correct simple sentence is : We must eat to live. The conjunction used in the compound sentence is alternative conjunction.
Which of these conjunctions is not used in the transformation of simple into compound sentences?
Four types of conjunctions are used in the transformation of simple into compound sentences. They are : Alternative conjunctions, illative conjunctions, cumulative conjunctions and adversative conjunctions.