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Synthesis of Sentences - Join two simple sentences to make one simple sentence - Using Adverbs or Adverb Phrases -2

Combine each set of sentences into one Simple sentence by using Adverbs or Adverbial Phrases: -

  1. He applied for leave. It was not granted.
  2. He admitted his error. He expressed his regret.
  3. I met him only once. It was in a railway carriage.
  4. He has succeeded. His success has been beyond my expectation.
  5. It must be done. The cost does not count.
  6. I have read Bacon. It has profited me greatly.
  7. He persevered. He was not deterred by obstacles.
  8. The door was open. It looked rather suspicious.
  9. He is not qualified for the post. He is not qualified in any degree.
  10. The blow dazed him. That condition lasted only for a time.
  11. I did not eat any of the poisoned food. This was lucky.
  12. He solved the problem. Its solution took him no time.
  13. He visited Ooty. He did so for reasons of health,
  14. He accomplished the task. He brought unflagging industry to his accomplishment.
  15. Boys grow up to be men. The growth is very slow. It cannot be seen.
  16. Rama struck Krishna. His blows were cruel. They were frequent. There was no reason for this.

 

Answers:

  1. He applied for leave unsuccessfully.
  2. He admitted his error regretfully.
  3. I met him only once in a railway carriage.
  4. He has succeeded unexpectedly.
  5. It must be done at any cost.
  6. I have read Bacon to my great profit.
  7. He preserved indomitably.
  8. The door was rather suspiciously open.
  9. He is not qualified for the post in any degree.
  10. The blow dazed him only for a time.
  11. Luckily, I did not eat any of the poisoned food.
  12. He solved the problem in no time.
  13. He visited Ooty for reasons of health.
  14. He accomplished the task with unflagging industry.
  15. Boys grow up to be men slowly and imperceptibly.
  16. Rama struck Krishna cruelly, frequently and unreasonably.

 

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