Transformation of Sentences

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  • Q1

    Rewrite the following sentence changing the part of speech of the underlined word. Choose the right answer from the choice given below.

    Those people were warned about the flood.

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    Answer:

    Those people were given a warning about the flood.

    Explanation:

    ‘warned’ is used in the first sentence as a verb. In the second sentence, the word is used as a noun.

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  • Q2

    “Delia is the naughtiest girl in our class.” Choose the correct option which will be the sentence obtained on transforming the above superlative sentence into a positive sentence:

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    Answer:

    No other girl in our class is as naughty as Delia.

    Explanation:

    We can convert a superlative sentence into a positive sentence by using ‘as…as’ with the adjective that is used for making comparison.

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  • Q3

    Substitute the underlined word with its noun form to transform the sentence.

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    Answer:

    Jerome is known for his diligence.

    Explanation:

    Diligence is the noun form of the adjective ‘diligent’.

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  • Q4

    Transform the following interrogative sentence into an assertive sentence: Can I ever leave this town?

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    Answer:

    I can never leave this town.

    Explanation:

    An assertive sentence states some fact and it ends with a full stop.

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  • Q5

    Substitute the underlined word with its adjectival form to transform the sentence.

    Evan is known for his bravery.

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    Answer:

    Evan is a brave man.

    Explanation:

    ‘Brave’ is the adjectival form of ‘bravery’ which is an abstract noun.

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