Q1. Which of these does not come under transformation of sentences?
a) Changing active voice into passive voice.
b) Changing passive voice into active voice.
c) Changing affirmative sentences into negative sentences.
d) Changing interrogative sentences into assertive sentences and their reverse.
Q2. Which of these is not a type of sentence?
Q3. Which of these is not a type of assertive sentence?
Q4. Assertive sentence can also be called as:
a) Emphatic sentence
b) Declarative sentence
c) Imperative sentence
d) Exclamatory sentence
Q5. Every statement must have a subject and a _____
Q6. Choose the correct statement.
a) She doesn’t know the reason for his disappearance.
b) She doesn’t know the reason of his disappearance.
c) She doesn’t know the reason at his disappearance.
d) She doesn’t know the reason with his disappearance.
Q7.Some students are ____ at copying.
Q8. My mother cooked dinner while I was doing my homework.
Q9. Do you want to go swimming tomorrow, or would you prefer to play tennis?
Q10. Wow! I’ve never been in a city this huge!
S1: Ans b)
Sol: Transformation of sentences has various forms. These include: Changing active voice into passive voice, changing affirmative sentences into negative sentences, changing interrogative sentences into assertive sentences and their reverse, etc.
S2: Ans c)
Sol: There are four kinds of sentences. They are: Assertive sentence, interrogative sentence, imperative sentence and exclamatory sentence.
S3: Ans b)
Sol: An assertive sentence can be classified into three types. They are: Affirmative sentence, negative sentence and emphatic sentence.
S4: Ans b)
Sol: An assertive sentence states a fact, describes a thing or reports an event. Assertive sentence can also be called as declarative sentence or a statement.
S5: Ans c)
Sol: To be complete, every statement must have a subject and a predicate. In other words, once the subject has been mentioned, there is necessity to say something about it.
S6: Ans a)
Sol: The correct statement is: She doesn’t know the reason for his disappearance. The preposition should be used according to the prepositional phrase.
S7: Ans b)
Sol: The correct statement is: Some students are adept at copying. Adept is an adjective meaning “proficient or well trained.”
S8: Ans c)
S9: Ans b)
S10: Ans d)