Transformation of Sentences – Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences

Transformation of Sentences – Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences

Transformation of Sentences - Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences

Exercise :-

Transform the following Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences:

1. Hardly had Ram seen me when he called me.

Negative – No sooner had Ram seen me than he called me.

2. It is unlikely that Rakesh will help you.

Negative – It is not likely that Rakesh will help you.

3. Only good girls got good marks.

Negative – None but good girls got good marks.

4. My shirt is loose.

Negative – My shirt is not tight.

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5. 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. As soon as he came, it began to rain.

Negative – No sooner did he come than it began to rain.

7. He is too miserly to spend any money.

Negative – He is so miserly that he can not spend any money.

8. He loves all.

Negative – He does not hate all.

Or

Negative – He doesn’t hate anyone.

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9. Iron is more useful than gold.

Negative – Gold is not so useful as Iron.

10. He found him dishonest.

Negative – He did not find him honest.

Or

Negative – He did not fail to find him dishonest.

11. 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. Ram is taller than Sita.

Negative – Sita is not so tall as Ram.

14. The question is difficult.

Negative – This question is not easy.

15. He goes to bed after midnight.

Negative – He does not go to bed before midnight.

Or

Negative – He does not fail to go to bed after midnight.

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16. Only a little child would talk like this.

Negative -None but a child would talk like this.

17. He is too old to work hard.

Negative – He is so old that he can not work hard.

18. He saw the Taj.

Negative – He did not fail to see the Taj.

19. I was doubtful whether it was you.

Negative – I was not sure whether it was you.

20. He is richer than I.

Negative – I am not so rich as he.

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21. As soon as he saw us, he ran away.

Negative – No sooner did he see us than he ran away.

22. He is greater than I.

Negative – I am not so great as he.

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