MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences6175

MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences6175

MCQ Quiz on Transformation of Sentences6175

Select the correct answer

Q1. You must work hard for success. (Make it compound without changing meaning)
Work hard and you will succeed.
Work hard for success.
Work hard to success.
Work hard for the success.
Q2. ‘He was poor but generous.’ Make it simple.
Despite poor, he was generous.
Despite his poverty, he was generous.
Despite of his poverty, he was generous.
Though poor, he was generous.
Q3. Which one is a complex sentence?
This is the act of a wise man.
This is an act and a wise man does it.
This is the act that a wise man does.
This act is done by a wise man.
Q4. How long I shall stay is doubtful. (Make it simple)
My stay is doubtful.
The time of my stay is doubtful.
My intention to stay will be doubtful.
The duration of my stay is doubtful.
Q5. He is poor but he is honest. (Make it simple))
In spite of his poverty, he is honest.
Though he is poor but honest also.
He is poor, so he is honest.
He is poor and honest.
Q6. The grass was so wet that we couldn't sit on it. (Simple)
The grass was very wet to sit.
The grass was too wet for us to sit on.
The grass was wet enough for us to sit.
The grass was much wet for us to sit.
Q7. "He was too absorbed in his own thoughts to notice his wife's arrival." Identify the complex form of the sentence from the following options:
He was very absorbed in his thoughts and could not notice his wife's arrival.
He was so absorbed in his own thoughts that he could not notice his wife's arrival.
He was absorbed in his thoughts neglecting his wife's arrival.
He was absorbed in his wife's thoughts and so he could not notice his wife's arrival.
Q8. Make compound: 'Work hard to avoid failure'.
Work hard or fail.
Working hard for avoiding failure.
Work hard, unless you fail.
Without working hard, you cannot avoid failure.
Q9. I know you. (Make it complex)
I know what are you.
I know who are you.
I know who you are.
I know you.
Q10. Do or die. (Make it Simple)
By doing you die.
By doing you won't die.
Without doing you will die.
Without doing you won't die.
Q11. 'If you read, you will learn'. What type of sentence is it?
Simple
Compound
Complex
None
Q12. Unless you do as I tell you, you will regret it. (Make it compound)
Do as I tell you, or you will regret it.
I will tell you, and you will regret it.
Do as I tell you, or you will be regretful.
I will tell you otherwise you will regret.
Q13. The pressure at the centre of the earth is enormous because of the entire weight of the world. (complex)
Since the entire weight of the world is on the earth, the pressure at the centre of the earth is enormous,
As the entire weight of the world is on the earth and so the pressure at the centre of the earth is enormous.
The pressure at the centre of the earth is enormous because the entire weight of the world is on the earth.
Both A and C.
Q14. ‘The battle has been won but the war isn't over yet.’ The complex form of this sentence is:
Though the battle has won, the war has not been over yet.
Though the battle has been won, the war has not over yet.
Though the battle had won, the war isn't over yet.
Though the battle has been won, the war isn't over yet.
Q15. ‘Where there is life, there is hope’- the simple form of the sentence is-----.
There is no life without hope.
There is life so there is hope.
There is life and there is hope.
Because of hope, there is life.