Rules of Transformation of Sentence (Affirmative to Negative)
|Only/ Alone (Person)
Only Allah can help us.
Only Rahim can do the work.
None but Allah can help us.
None but Rahim can do the work.
He likes only sweet.
He is only smart.
He likes nothing but sweet.
He is nothing but smart.
He is only ten.
|Not more than/ not less than
He is not more than ten.
He is too short to touch the roof.
He was too weak to speak.
|Sub + verb + So…that +cannot/ could not +V1+ obj
He is so short that he cannot touch the roof.
He was so weak that he could not speak.
|As soon as
As soon as the thief saw the RAB, he ran away.
|No sooner had + sub + V3 ……than
No sooner had the thief seen the RAB than he ran away.
|Must/am to/ is to/ are to/ have to/ has to
You must obey your teacher.
|Cannot but+ V1 / Cannot help + V1 + ing
You cannot but obey your teacher.
You cannot but obeying your teacher.
He is always happy.
He is never unhappy.
There are many teachers in our college.
|Not a few
There are not a few teachers in our college.
He has a few friends.
He does not have many friends.
He has a little rice.
He does not have much rice.
I have much money.
|Not a little
I do not have a little money.
|Both … and…..
Both Rahim and Karim are guilty.
|Not only…..but also
Not only Rahim but also Karim are guilty.
Every mother loves her child.
|There is no + noun + but + verb + …
There is no mother but loves her child.
|As … as
Hasan was as wise as Karim.
|Not less…. than
Hasan was not less wise than Karim.
|Sub.+ Be Verb + affirmative adjective
Man is mortal.
|Sub.+ Be Verb + not + affirmative adjective
Man is not immortal.