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10th ICSE English Language - Transformation of Sentences

Re-write the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes that many be necessary, but do not change the meaning of each sentence.  [10] Anil thought the examination would be held later. (Begin: Anil was…….) They are demolishing the entire block of flats. (Begin: The entire…&hell . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. I. (A) Old fools surpass all other fools in folly. (B) There’s no…. 2. (A) He is faster than me. (B) l am not…. 3. (A) Akbar was the best king that ever reigned in India . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following sentences, sentence A is complete but B is not. Complete sentence B. making it as similar in meaning to sentence A as possible. Write sentence B in each case (5) 1. (A) We would probably he asked to leave. (B) The worst case ___________________________________________________________ 2. (A) Ingratitude is the most detes . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. 1. (A) The job was completed, and so he asked to be remunerated. (B) After…… 2. (A) Save for Ronnie’s courage, the battalion would have perished. (B) Were…… 3. . . .

Transformation of Sentences

1. Being occupied with important matters, he had no time to see us. (Begin He was) 2. In the event of such a thing happening, I shall resign. (Begin Let…….) 3. He neither returned the goods nor paid the bill. (Begin Besides…….) 4. He escaped several times but was finally caught. (Begin In spite…….) 5 . . .

Transformation of Sentences

Rewrite the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes that maybe necessary but do not change the meaning of each sentence I. He speaks too fast to be understood. (Begin He speaks so …) 2. His theories are so difficult that I cannot comprehend them. (Use too) 3. The mangoes are so costly that y . . .

Transformation of Sentences

In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, but sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning to sentence A. 1. A. She caught the bus and went to the university. B. Having _______________________________________________________________________ 2. A. If the thief apologises, he will be pardoned. B. U . . .

10th ICSE English Language Grammar Set

Question 1 a. Re-write the following sentences according to the instructions given after each. Make other changes that many be necessary, but do not change the meaning of each sentence.  [10] Raju plays both cricket and football. (Begin: Not only …..) She was too full for another meal. (Replace ‘too’) Ranjeet said, & . . .

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