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Transformation Practice - Assertive to Interrogative

Updated: Jun 5


Assertive to Interrogative


Transform the following sentences into Interrogative

 

1.      My friend invited me to pay a visit to Cox's Bazar.

2.      He goes to school in time.

3.    He is a liability to the society.

4.    She did not give up hope.

5.    Everybody dislikes him.

6.      Everybody respects a truthful person.

7.      We are proud of our freedom fighters.

8.      No man can live alone.

9.      The educated people should teach the illiterate.

10.  She passed her time in reading and writing.

11.  He and his wife Isabella were hardworking.

12.  Punctuality gives a good start of our day's work.

13.  Walking bears a good effect both on body and mind.

14.  The monsoon causes heavy rainfall.

15.  It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate.

16.  Each and every shop was laden with attractive nick-nacks.

17.  The house faces the south.

18.  Everybody knows a day labourer.

19.  He owns five bighas of land.

20.  The lion showed him no sign of attack.

21.  Everyone knows this.

22.  It is the duty of the literate to educate the illiterate.

23.  The tower symbolizes the loftiness of the spirit of the martyred freedom fighters.

24.  Corruption destroys the moral courage of our young people.

Answer:

Assertive to Interrogative

Transform the following sentences into Interrogative

1.       Didn’t my friend invite me to pay a visit to Cox’s Bazar?

2.       Doesn’t he go to school in time?

3.    Isn’t he a liability to the society?

4.    Did she give up hope?

5.    Who doesn’t dislike him?

6.       Who doesn’t respect a truthful person?

7.       Aren’t we proud of our freedom fighters?

8.       Who can live alone?.

9.       Shouldn’t the educated people teach the illiterate?

10.   Didn’t she pass her time in reading and writing?

11.   Weren’t he and his wife Isabella hard working?

12.   Doesn’t punctuality give a good start of our day’s work?

13.    Doesn’t walking bear a good effect both on body and mind?

14.    Doesn’t the monsoon cause heavy rainfall?

15.    Isn’t it the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate?

16. Wasn’t each and every shop laden with attractive nick-nacks?

17. Doesn’t the house face the south?

18.    Who doesn’t know a day labourer?

19.    Doesn’t he own five bighas of land?

20.    Did the lion show him any sign of attack?

21.    Is there anyone who doesn’t know this?

22.    Isn’t it the duty of the literate to educate the illiterate?

23.    Doesn’t the tower symbolize the loftiness of the spirit of the martyred freedom fighters?

24.    Who doesn’t know this?

25.    Doesn’t corruption destroy the moral courage of our young people?

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