Synthesis of Sentences – Noun or Phrase in Apposition

Synthesis of Sentences – Noun or Phrase in Apposition

Synthesis of Sentences - Noun or Phrase in Apposition

-: Exercise :-

Combine the following groups of Simple Sentences into one Simple Sentence by using a Noun or Phrase in Apposition :

1.  Here is my sister-in-law. Her name is Nidhi.
Simple –
Here is Nidhi, my sister-in-law. Or Here is my sister-in-law, Nidhi.

2.  Rana Pratap was a brave warrior. He was the king of Mewar.
Simple –
Rana Pratap, a brave warrior, was the king of Mewar. Or Rana Pratap, the king of Mewar, was a brave warrior.

3.  Babar defeated Lodi. Babar was a Turk. Lodi was the Emperor of India.
Simple –
Babar, a Turk, defeated Lodi, the king of India.

4.  Dr. Radha Krishnan was the president of India. He was a great philoshopher.
Simple –  
Dr. Radha Krishnan, the president of India, was a great Philoshopher.  Or  Dr. Radha Krishnan, a great philosopher, was the president of India.

5.  Mohan is the only son of his father. He died in an accident.
Simple –  
Mohan, the only son of his father, died in an accident.

6.  Nalanda was once the biggest centre of learning. It is now a heap of ruins. 
Simple –  
Nalanda, once the biggest centre of learning, is now a heap of ruins.  Or  Nalanda, now a heap of ruins, was once the biggest centre of learning.

7.  Mr. Saxena is our Principal. He is very learned.
Simple –  
Mr. Saxena, our Principal, is very learned.

8.  Shahjahan was a great Mughal Emperor. He built the Taj. It is the finest building in the country.
Simple –
Shahjahan, a great Mughal Emperor, built the Taj, the finest building in the country.

9. I have never been to Bombay. It is the biggest seaport of India. 
Simple –
I have never been to Bombay, the biggest seaport of India.

10.  Kalidas was a great Sanskrit poet. He was the author of the Shakuntlam.
Simple –
Kalidas, a great Sanskrit poet, was the author of the Shakuntlam. Or Kalidas, the author of the Shakuntlam, was a great Sanskrit poet.

11.  Nehru was a great statesman. He was the first Prime Minister of India.
Simple –
Nehru, a great statesman, was the first Prime Minister of India. Or Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, was a great statesman.

12.  Mahatma was a lover of peace. He had once been a lawyer. He preached non-violence.
Simple –
Mahatma, a lover of peace and a lawyer, preached non-violence.

13.  Mathura a place of pilgrimage. It stands on the river Yamuna. The Yamuna is one of the holiest rivers in India.
Simple –
Mathura, a place of pilgrimage, stants on the river Yamuna, one of the holiest rivers in India.

14.  Air is the first necessity of life. It is a free gift of nature.
Simple –
Air, the first necessity of life, is a free gift of nature. Or Air, a free gift of nature, is the first necessity of life.

15.  Milton was a famous English poet. He became blind.
Simple –
Milton, a famous English poet, became blind.

16.  Education is an instrument of power. It has been the guiding factor of civilization.
Simple –
Education, an instrument of power, has been the guiding factor of civilization. Or Education, the guiding factor of civilization, is an instrument of power.

17.  Kalidas wrote the Shakuntlam. He was a great poet and Dramatist.
Simple –
Kalidas, a great poet and dramatist, wrote the Shakuntlam.

18.  This pleace was once a prosperous colony. It is now a heap of ruins.
Simple –
This place, once a prosperous colony, is now a heap of ruins. Or This place, now a heap of ruins, was once a prosperous colony.

19. Shakespeare wrote Julius Caesar. He was a great dramatist.
Simple –
Shakespeare, a great daratist, wrote Julius Caesar.

20.  Dr. Brown is my teacher. He lives at Rishikesh.
Simple –
Dr. Brown, my teacher, lives at Rishikesh.

-: One question for you :-

Qu.  I punished Ravindra. He is a naughty boy of his class.
Simple –

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