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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

802 views1 answers3 votes

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

851 views1 answers3 votes

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

Last updated July 16, 2021

884 views1 answers4 votes

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

Last updated July 10, 2021

669 views1 answers1 votes

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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