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Mar 01

Jashim Uddin

Transformation of Sentence

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                                 Transformation of Sentence

Assertive Sentence to Interrogative Sentence

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
01.                  be verbSubject + have verb

do verb

modal verb

Be verbHave verb   + Subject … …?

Do verb

Modal verb

Information –    01. Affirmative n‡j negative n‡e|           02. Negative n‡j affirmative n‡e|

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
He is a player.He does not go there.

They have gained the match.

The fishermen must know the news of weather.

Drivers should not disobey the traffic rules.

Is not he a player?Does he go there?

Haven’t they gained the match?

Mustn’t the fishermen know the news of weather?

Should drivers disobey the traffic rules?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
02.  Subject + full verb (verb – Gi present form)  Do (not) + subject … …?

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
We play the football.They sing a son.

Students don’t do negate the school-rule.

Don’t we play the football?Don’t they sing a son?

Do students do negate the school-rule?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
03.  Subject + full verb (verb – Gi  s/ es form)  Does (not) + subject … …?

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
Rasal sleeps at 12: 00 am every night.A crow flies on the sky.

Obi acts in a film.

Does not Rasal sleep at 12: 00 am every night?Does not a crow fly on the sky?

Does not Obi act in a film?

 

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
04.  Subject + full verb (verb – Gi  past form)  Did (not) + subject … …?

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
He went there of his own accord.Jerry liked the late spring.

The boy missed the class.

Did not he go there of his own accord?Did not Jerry like the late spring?

Did not the boy miss the class?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
05. NeverNothing EverAnything

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
I have never visited the Tajmahal.I have nothing to lose. Have I ever visited the Tajmahal?Have I have anything to lose?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
06. All/ everybody/ everyone Who + (auxiliary verb) + not + verb + …?

 

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
Everybody loves flowers.Everyman hankers after happiness. Who does not love flowers?Who does not hanker after happiness?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
07. Nobody/ none/ no one Who + verb + …?Or, Auxiliary verb + anybody/ anyone + verb + … …?

 

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
None can do this.Nobody believes a liar. Who can do this?Who believes a liar?

 

No Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
08. Introductory – there Who/ what (there – Gi cwie‡Z©)(affirmative–negative # negative-affirmative)

 

 

Assertive Sentence Interrogative Sentence
There is no use of it.There is no hope for me. What is the use of it?What is the hope for me?

 

You can test yourself –

  1. Their glory can never fade.
  2. There was nothing wrong with me.
  3. No one can depend on an unreliable.
  4. Nobody would ever count my love for you.
  5. Nothing in the world could change these eyes.
  6. I have had my revenge at last.
  7. They will have nothing to say.
  8. You can not take a book as medicine.
  9. They could not drink the salty sea water.
  10. There was no use of that book.
  11. He went there of his own accord.
  12. Nobody trusts a liar.
  13. No one hits accurately every time.
  14. Every body fears death.
  15. It was nothing but a deceit.
  16. It is of no use.
  17. Our life is nothing but a walking shadow.
  18. I have paid my bill.
  19. The smell of the melted butter tickled my nostrils.
  20. The flavour of the food becomes monotonous.
  21. Excess of anything is bad.
  22. He bought nothing but an apple.

Men fear death as children fear to go in the dark:

and as that natural fear in children is increased with tales, so is the other. 

Francis Bacon (1561 – 1626)

 

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Jashim Uddin

Jashim Uddin