Synthesis of Sentences

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  • Q1

    Combine each set of Simple sentences into one Compound sentence

    1. It is raining heavily. I will take an umbrella with me.

    2. The river is deep and swift. I am afraid to dive into it.

    3. Do not be a borrower. Do not be a lender.

    4. He saw the boy in the street. He stopped to speak to him. He gave him a dollar.

    5. I shall not oppose your proposal. I cannot approve of it.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. It is raining heavily, so I will take an umbrella with me.

    2. The river is deep and swift, so I am afraid to dive into it.

    3. Do not be a borrower or a lender.

    4. Seeing the boy in the street, he stopped to speak to him and gave him a dollar.

    5. I shall not oppose your proposal; I cannot, however, approve of it.

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  • Q2

    Rewrite the following sentences as directed.

    1. They had no food at home. They did not have money to buy some food. (Begin: There was no...)

    2. His subordinates make allowance for his idiosyncrasies. He is their boss. (Begin: Because ...)

    3. The weather is very cold. We can't go out. (Begin: The weather...)

    4. My cousin invited me. I could not attend his marriage reception. (Begin: Although...)

    5. I have never been to Italy. I haven't visited France. (Begin: I have...)

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. There was no food for them at home nor did they have money to buy some.

    2. Because he is their boss, his subordinates make allowance for his idiosyncrasies.

    3. The weather is too cold for us to go out.

    4. Although my cousin invited me, I could not attend his marriage reception.

    5. I have never been to Italy nor have I visited France.

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  • Q3

    Combine the following simple sentences into on single simple sentence.

    1. Mr. Robert is our principal. He is a Canadian.

    2. Michael Phelps won gold medals in 100 m butterfly, 200 m medley, freestyle relay and medley relay. It was a spectacular performance in London Olympics 2012.

    3. Elizabeth has everything which ordinary people can only dream about. But she is not discontented.

    4. The underworld king had a great deal of influence. But he was awarded life sentence by the Supreme Court.

    5. You have a lot of wealth and influence. But you will not be able to escape from the wrath of God.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Mr. Robert, our principal, is a Canadian.

    2. Michael Phelps won gold medals in 100 m butterfly, 200 m medley, freestyle relay and medley relay - a spectacular performance in London Olympics 2012.

    3. In spite of having everything which ordinary people can only dream about, Elizabeth is discontented.

    4. In spite of having a great deal of influence the underworld king was awarded life sentence by the Supreme Court.

    5. With all your wealth and influence you won't be able to from the wrath of God.

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  • Q4

    Join each of the following sentences as directed.

    1. The thief ran very fast. The police could not catch him. (Combine to make a single simple sentence)

    2. The captain fought with all his might. He managed to kill all the enemy soldiers before he collapsed. (Combine to make a single simple sentence)

    3. I have prayed with a childlike faith in God. I am sure God will not let me down. (Combine to make a single compound sentence)

    4. The house was spacious. The rooms were well furnished. (Combine to make a single compound sentence)

    5. There is a bright future waiting for us. That is our hope. Our hope is the propelling force that keeps us going. (Combine to make a single compound sentence)

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. The thief ran so fast that the police could not catch him.

    2. Fighting with all his might, the captain managed to kill all the enemy soldiers before he collapsed.

    3. I have prayed with a childlike faith in God, so I am sure He will not let me down.

    4. The house was spacious and the rooms were well furnished.

    5. Our hope that there is a bright future waiting for us is the propelling force that keeps us going.

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  • Q5

    I. Combine the following sentences into a single sentence.

    1. My daughter deserved to succeed. She failed.

    2. The Principal invited John Daniel to be the guest of honour. John Daniel is the Vice Chancellor of Kingston University.

    3. He is well known for his eloquence. But he could not win the debate.

    4. I am going to Australia. I want to pursue an offer from an international IT giant.

    5. They elected him as their leader. All agreed to this.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. My daughter failed undeservedly.

    2. The Principal invited John Daniel, the Vice Chancellor of Kingston University to be the guest of honour.

    3. With all his eloquence he could not win the debate.

    4. I am going to Australia to pursue an offer from an international IT giant.

    5. They unanimously elected him their leader.

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