Madhyamik(WBBSE) English Grammar Practice from Textbook | Transformation of Sentences

Madhyamik(WBBSE) English Grammar Practice from Textbook |Transformation of Sentences

1. Lying in bed, Swami realized with a shudder that it was Monday morning. (Frame question with ‘what) 2. No amount of protest from Swami would make him change his mind. (Make it affirmative) 3. Swami stopped on the roadside to make up his mind about Samuel. (Turn into a complex sentence) 4. Personally he was much more friendly than the other teachers. (Turn unto a positive degree) 5. Swami’s head was dizzy with confusion. (Rewrite using the adverb form of the underlined word) 6. As he entered the school gate, an idea occurred to him. (Turn into a simple sentence) 7. Father snatched the letter away from Swami and tore it up. (Split into two simple sentences) 8. They did not make a sound. (Make it affirmative) 9. It was impossible to move in the thick crowd. (Make it negative) 10. Back in Delhi, I felt at sea. (Turn into a complex sentence) 11. Claude and I never quarrelled. (Make it affirmative) 12. Every summer, we had some hobby. (Make it negative) 13. We started out, and up went the kite like a bird. (Turn into a simple sentence) 14. He had quarrelled with his brother and left home. (Frame question with Why’) 15. She was a widow who lived hundreds of miles inland. (Split into two simple sentences) 16. When their mother saw the kite patched with the letter, she turned pale. (Split into two simple sentences) 17. She knew who we must be. (Frame question with What’) 18. When the family sits down to tea, the cat puts in an appearance to get his share. (Frame question with What) 19. His movement becomes lithe and pantherlike. (Rewrite using the verb form of the underlined word) 20. No longer are they the meek creatures who an hour ago were mewing for fish and milk. (Split into two simple sentences)

Answers:

1. What did Swami realize with a shudder, lying in bed? 2. Despite protesting Swami would be unable to make him change his mind. 3. Swami stopped on the roadside because he wanted to make up his mind about Samuel. 4. Personally, the other teachers were not so much friendly as he. 5. Swami’s head was dizzy confusingly. 6. On his entrance to the school gate, an idea occurred to him. 7. Father snatched the letter away from Swami. Then he tore it up. 8. They were soundless. 9. It was not possible to move in the thick crowd. 10. When I was back in Delhi, I felt at sea. 11. Claude and I were always without any quarrel. 12. Every summer, we were not without any hobby. 13. On our starting out, up went the kite like a bird. 14. Why did he leave home?. 15. She was a widow. She lived hundreds of miles inland. 16. Their mother saw the kite patched with the letter. Then she turned pale. 17. What did she know? 18. What does the cat do when the family sits down to tea? 19. She moves lithely and like a panther. 20. They are no longer the meek creatures. An hour ago they were mewing for fish and milk.

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