Formation of Complex Sentences by using Adverb Clause

Formation of Complex Sentences by using Adverb Clause

Formation of Complex Sentences by using Adverb Clause

Exercise :-

Combine the following sets of Simple Sentences into one Complex Sentence using an Adverb Clause :

1. I am quite tired. I cannot work any more.

Complex – I am so tired that I can not work any more.

2. Learn your lessons. You will pass your examination.

Complex – If you learn your lessons, you will pass your examination.

3. Rashmi studies regularly. She must pass.

Complex – Rashami must pass because she studies regularly.

4. He went to a confectionery. He wanted to buy some biscuits.

Complex – He went to a confectionery so that he might buy some biscuits.

5. He came to me. I was writing an essay.

Complex – He came to me when I was writing an essay.

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6. He worked hard. He wanted to get first division in the examination.

Complex – He worked hard so that he might get first division in the examination.

7. Karan has failed in the final examination. The reason is his carelessness.

Complex – Karan has failed in the final examination because he is careless.

8. We want to study. We aspire to get a good job.

Complex – We want to study so that we may get a good job.

9. He was ill. He could not attend the function.

Complex – He could not attend the function because he was ill.

10. He is very poor. He cannot buy a car.

Complex – He is so poor that he can not buy a car.

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11. He worked hard. He wanted to pass.

Complex – He worked hard so that he might pass.

12. Walk carefully. You may fall down.

Complex – Walk carefully lest you should fall down.

13. He lives at a place. Nobody lives there.

Complex – He lives at a place where nobody lives.

14. He is poor. He is contented.

Complex – Although He is poor, he is contented.

15. The train had left. They reached the station.

Complex – The train had left before they reached the station.

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16. Work hard. Then you will succeed.

Complex – If you work hard, you will succeed.

17. He is a lazy boy. The other boys in the class are not equally lazy.

Complex – Other boys in the class are not so lazy as he.

18. The tea is very hot. I can’t drink it.

Complex – The tea is so hot that I can not drink.

19. The problem was very difficult. Nobody could find out its solution.

Complex – The problem was so difficult that no body could find out its solution.

20. We reached the station. The train had not arrived at the station by that time.

Complex – The train had not arrived at the station when we reached the station.

Direct and Indirect Narration – Imperative Sentence

21. He heard the news. He was glad.

Complex – When I heard the news, I was glad.

22. He writes it. Do write it in the same way.

Complex – Do write it as he writes it.

23. It is very simple. A child can understand it.

Complex – it is so simple that a child can understand it.

24. She is rich. She is not happy.

Complex – Although she is rich yet she is not happy.

25. Passengers pushed one another. They wanted to enter the compartment.

Complex – Passengers pushed one another so that they might enter the compartment.

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26. He waited for his brother. He waited till his arrival.

Complex – He waited for his brother until he arrived.

27. Work hard. You will get success.

Complex – If you work hard, you will get success.

28. He was quite tired. He could scarcely stand.

Complex – He could scarcely stand because he was quite tired.

29. He worked hard. He failed in the examination.

Complex – Though he worked hard, he failed in the examination.

30. You shall have to marry. You are already 30 years old.

Complex – You shall have to marry because you are already 30 years old.

Formation of Complex Sentences by using Noun Clause

31. You must work harder. You will not pass.

Complex – If you do not work harder, you will not pass.

32. The bell rang. They all came up at once.

Complex – They all came up at once when the bell rang.

33. He ran so quickly. He soon overtook his father.

Complex – He ran so quickly that he soon overtook his father.

34. Lila is more intelligent. I am less intelligent.

Complex – Lila is more intelligent than I.

35. I will return. Do not go till then.

Complex – Do not go until I return.

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