MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences3145

MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences3145

MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences3145

Select the correct answer

Q1. Negative sentence of ‘Man is mortal’ is:
Man is immortal.
Man is not mortal.
Man is not immortal.
Man must not mortal.
Q2. All must submit to destiny. (Make it negative)
No one can escape destiny.
No one should escape destiny.
Everybody should accept destiny.
Everybody should accept what destiny fixes for them.
Q3. The exclamatory form of the sentence- 'A little learning is a dangerous thing' is:
How dangerous a little learning is!
What a dangerous thing a little learning is!
Isn't little learning is 'a' dangerous thing!
What a dangerous a little learning is!
Q4. 'Only the science students can apply for the post.' Transform the sentence from affirmative to negative.
Science students should not apply for the post.
Other than science students no one should apply.
Science students can only apply for the post.
None but the science students can apply for the post.
Q5. Everybody hates a liar. (Make it negative)
Nobody dislikes a liar.
Everybody dislikes a liar
Who likes a liar.
Nobody likes a liar.
Q6. Change the negative sentence into affirmative: There is nobody who will not die.
Everybody will be died.
Everybody shall die.
Everybody would die.
Everybody will die.
Q7. The story told by the ancient mariner was very thrilling. (Make it exclamatory)
How thrilling the story told by the ancient mariner was!
What an exciting story told by the ancient mariner was!
What a thrilling story was told by the ancient mariner!
How wonderful story was told by an ancient mariner!
Q8. The sculpture is very enchanting. (Make it exclamatory.)
What a enchanting the sculpture is!
How enchanting the sculpture is!
How enchanting sculpture this is!
How enchanting sculpture!
Q9. 'None can do this' interrogative form is:
Can none do this?
Cannot anyone do this?
Who cannot do this?
Who can do this?
Q10. 'A child likes sweets only.' The negative form of the sentence is:
A child likes none but sweets.
A child likes nothing but sweets.
A child likes but sweets.
A child likes not more sweets.
Q11. Transform the sentence into negative: He had to suffer for his sins.
He has no alternative to suffer for his sins.
He would not but suffer for his sins.
He could not but suffer for his sins.
He is not but suffer for his sins.
Q12. 'If I were a child again!' what will be the assertive form?
I expect to be a child again.
I hope I was a child again.
I wish I am a child again.
I wish I were a child again.
Q13. Although he is poor, he is lazy. (Make simple sentence)
In spite of his poverty, he is lazy.
Despite his laziness, he is poor.
Despite he is poor, ne is lazy.
In spite of having poor, he is lazy.
Q14. Our house is close to the school. (Make it complex)
Our school is close to the house.
The house we live at present is close to the school.
The house in which we live is close to the school.
The house in which we live in is close to the school.
Q15. Our house is close to the school. (Make it complex)
Our school is close to the house.
The house we live at present is close to the school.
The house in which we live is close to the school.
The house in which we live in is close to the school.
Q16. Select the right compound structure of the sentence: ‘Though he is poor, he is honest.’
He is poor and honest.
He is poor but honest.
As he is poor, he is honest.
Since he is poor, he is honest.