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Transformation of Sentence

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I cannot but shed tears. (Use ‘help’) Or, I cannot but shed tears. (Remove ‘but’)

Last updated January 24, 2022

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He cannot help wondering what he should do next. (use ‘but’ / remove ‘help’)

Last updated January 24, 2022

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Show kindness to all. (Rewrite using the adjective form of ‘kindness’)

Last updated October 23, 2021

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The soldier fought bravely. (Use adjective form of ‘bravely’)

Last updated October 23, 2021

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A poet could not help being gay. (use ‘but’) Or, A poet could not help being gay. (Remove ‘help’)

Last updated October 23, 2021

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He was enthusiastic while going there. (Rewrite using adverb form of the underlined word)

Last updated October 21, 2021

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But there are some other metals looking like gold. (Turn into a compound sentence.)

Last updated July 16, 2021

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Who can go without it? (Turn into an assertive sentence.)

Last updated July 16, 2021

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What is the interrogative form of “Our examination continues for one hour and fifteen minutes.”?

Last updated July 10, 2021

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In spite of his weakness he had completed the work. (Begin: Though) Or, In spite of his weakness he had completed the work. (Turn into complex sentence)

Last updated July 3, 2021

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