In a series of guides we have already covered various kinds of transformation of Sentences. Now, in this final guide of this series, we are
Sentences are of three kinds according to their structure – Simple, Complex and Compound. A simple sentence has only one main clause. A complex sentence
A direct speech can be transformed into an indirect speech and vice versa using a suitable reporting verb and a linker depending on the sentence.
Interchange of active and passive voice is something that we see every now and then in any “transformation of sentence” or “do as directed” grammar
You surely already know there are eight parts of speech in the English language. Out of the eight parts of speech only noun, verb, adjective
Adjectives can be used in three ways in sentences based on their degree of comparison. In any “transformation of sentences” or “do as directed” grammar
In any “transformation of sentences” or “do as directed” grammar test, negative to affirmative sentence and vice versa is very common. Sentences can be transformed
An assertive sentence is a statement or a declarative sentence. E.g., Rohit is a good student. An interrogative sentence is a ‘yes-no’ or ‘wh’ question.