Exercise of Affirmation Sentences into Negative Sentences

                                                    -: Exercise :-
Transform the following Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences 
1. Affirmative – Hardly had Ram seen me when he called me.
Negative – No sooner had Ram seen me than he called me.
2. Affirmative – It is unlikely that Rakesh will help you.
Negative – It is not likely that Rakesh will help you.
3. Affirmative – Only good girls got good marks.
Negative – None but good girls got good marks.
4. Affirmative – My shirt is loose.
Negative – My shirt is not tight.
5. Affirmative – As soon as the clock struck ten, we went to sleep.
Negative – No sooner did the clock strike ten than we went to sleep.
6. Affirmative – As soon as he came, it began to rain.
Negative – No sooner did he come than it began to run.
7. Affirmative – He is too miserly to spend any money.
Negative – He is so miserly that he can not spend any money.
8. Affirmative – He loves all.
Negative – He does not hate all.
Or
Negative – He does not hate anyone.
9. Affirmative – Iron is more useful than gold.
Negative – Gold is not so useful as Iron.
10. Affirmative –  He found him dishonest.
Negative – He did not find him honest.
Or
Negative – He did not fail to find him dishonest.
11. Affirmative – They should attend the marriage.
Negative – They should not fail to attend the marriage.
12. She is as dull as an ass.
Negative  – An ass is not duller than she.
13. Affirmative – Ram is taller than Sita.
Negative – Sits is not so tall as Ram.
14. Affirmative – The question is  difficult.
Negative – The question is not easy.
15. Affirmative – He goes to bed after midnight.
Negative – He does not fail to go to bed after midnight.
Or
Negative – He does not go to bed before midnight.
16. Affirmative – Only a little child would talk like this.
Negative – None but a little child would talk like this.
17. Affirmative – He is too old to work.
Negative – He is so old that he can not work.
18. Affirmative – He saw the Taj.
Negative – He did not fail to see the Taj.
19. Affirmative – I was doubtful whether it was you.
Negative – I was not sure whether it was you.
20. Affirmative – He is richer than I.
Negative – I am not so rich as he.
21. Affirmative – As soon as he saw us, he ran away.
Negative – No sooner did he see us than he ran away.
22. Affirmative – He is greater than I.
Negative – I am not so great as he.
23. Affirmative – Affirmative – Great man make a sacrifice when necessary.
Negative – Great man does not fail to make a sacrifice when necessary.
24. Affirmative – Karim is taller than Sohan.
Negative – Sohan is not so tall as Karim.
25. Affirmative – Gopal is very careful about his studies.
Negative – Gopal is not careless about his studies.
26. Affirmative – As soon as we came out,  it started raining.
Negative – No sooner did we come out than it started raining.
27. Affirmative – Only good boys are successful.
Negative – None but good boys are successful.
28. Affirmative – He helped me in my need.
Negative – He did not fail to help me in my need.
29. Affirmative – Fortune favours the brave.
Negative – Fortune does not fail to favour the brave.
30. Affirmative – False friends will come to you only when you have money.
Negative – False friends will not fail to come to you when you have money.
Or
Negative – False friends will not come to you without you have money.
31. Affirmative – She proved to be a faithful wife.
Negative – She did not fail to prove to be a faithful wife.
 

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