Save. B. (xviii) All your efforts may prove futile. 2. (ix) How complicated the problems are! No one could infer what his last lines meant. Will you open the door, please? He could not parachute down in the Taj Mahal. Print; Share; Edit; Delete; Host a game. Also as this is past tense, the answer sentence should also be in past tense. Question 1. (Begin: Should …………..) Answer: Should his flight get cancelled, your father would send you a message. (Begin: I would rather …………..) Answer: I would rather go out with friends than stay alone at home. (Make it complex) a.He opened the door and asked for my permission to come in. Edit. This quiz is incomplete! Homework. (x) What a dress Suhana is wearing! 7 minutes ago. Use 'used to do' to explain something that was a habit in the past. (Begin: Your …………..) Answer: Your horse is not as well trained as this. Edit. Shut all the doors and windows in the night. Finish Editing. There is no success without effort. (Begin: None …………..) Answer: None other than a foolish person would be taken in by this trick. Edit. (Simple) He attempted several times but he couldn’t get the visa for Australia. (v) That she was lying is not acceptable. (b) We shall not overcome. Is it acceptable that she was lying? (v) This is a wonderful morning. (Michael apologised...), These shoes still need repairing. Do these shoes match with this dress? Rewite the following sentences using the words given in brackets (...) so that they mean exactly the same as the first sentence. The old woman was too slow to catch the bus. My mother said I could go with you only if I returned home by five o’clock. (xx) All it has is disadvantages. (Not only...), As soon as she arrived home the telephone rang. Delete Quiz. (Oxford is...), London is bigger than Oxford. Now another example is given below. Question 5. Transform the following Negative sentences into Affirmative sentences. Can money buy love and happiness? With, General Awareness / General Knowledge (GK). (vii) Everybody is a little imperfect. (Passive) The government is modernising a few cities. Exclamatory Sentence These are the sentences that express strong feelings. (xv) This place can prove to be dangerous. Darpan failed to recollect Abhi’s name. As soon as the chief guest had seated himself, the play began. Question 3. Make other changes that may be necessary but do not change the meaning of each sentence. What a beautiful sight it was! Freshersnow, D.No 40-5/3-6/1 2nd Floor, Amar Nivas, Tikkle Road, Labbipet, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh – 520010. Question 1. Transformation of Sentences: Test-1 These tests are a check for your learning and are meant to serve as tools for assessment. Rohan was so terrified of being left: alone in the house that he started screaming. Finish Editing. My mother left a month ago. 2. (I would rather...), The TV company is making a film about China. In Column A you can find interrogative sentences. Despite being ill, Sejal came for the class. Its formation will be like ‘Let not+ object + be + past participle’. Solo Practice. (Begin: The cat …………..) Answer: The cat can never sing. Mandira is not patient at all. To play this quiz, please finish editing it. Solved examples with detailed answer description. Question 1. (iv) The sun is shining very brightly today. Manav disagrees with this. A simple past tense interrogative sentence has the conversion in the form of was/were + past participle form of the verb. Question 2. Delete Quiz. The same idea can be expressed in many different ways. English Grammar. I didn’t recognise the girl. (Begin: Hardly …………..) Answer: Hardly had the bus stopped when the child disappeared. (viii) I will always love my country. Question 1. So, without changing the subject of the sentence but the above mentioned are the significant transformations used regularly. (Begin: You will …………..) Answer: You will get success if you make an effort. (vi) Riddhima is a very sincere girl. 6th - 7th grade . From the given alternatives, select the one which best expresses the given sentence in Passive/Active voice. (Interrogative), Will you please keep quiet?