TRANSFORMATION

TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES

1. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [All Board: JSC -2013]

(a) Cox's Bazar is the longest sea-beach in the world. (Positive) 

(b) Thousands of people visit Cox's Bazar every year. (Passive) 

(c) Winter is the best season to visit Cox’s Bazar. (Comparative) 

(d) The scenery of Cox's Bazar is very charming. (Interrogative) 

(e) The people of Cox's' Bazar are friendly. (Negative)


2. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Barishal Board: JSC -2014] 

(a) Mr. Rahman is the oldest man in our village. (Positive) 

(b) But he is not inactive at all. (Affirmative) 

(c) He always gets up early. (Interrogative) 

(d) He is wiser than any other man in our area. (Superlative) 

(e) He is always respected by all. (Active)


3. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Chittagong Board: JSC -2014] 

(a) Akash is one of the most brilliant students in his class. (Comparative) 

(b) It is very attentive to his studies. (Negative) 

(c) He is never late to go to school. (Affirmative) 

(d) He goes to school regularly. (Interrogative) 

(e) Who does not love him? (Assertive)


4. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Comilla Board: JSC -2014]

(a) Mr. Jamal is the wisest man in the village. (Comparative)

(b) He is sincere. (Negative)

(c) He leads a simple life. (Interrogative)

(d) Nobody dislikes him. (Affirmative)

(e) We should follow him. (Passive)


5. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dhaka Board: JSC -2014] 

Bangladesh is a land of rivers. 

(a) The Padma is one of the biggest rivers in Bangladesh. (Comparative)

(b) It is called the river of destruction. (Active) 

(c) The river is very turbulent. (Negative) 

(d) Everybody knows this. (Interrogative) 

(e) Tourists from home and abroad visit its shore.  (Passive)


6. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dinajpur Board: JSC -201 4] 

(a) Everybody works hard to gain his object. (Negative) 

(b) Life is nothing but a struggle. (Interrogative) 

(c) Who does not want to succeed in life? (Assertive) 

(d) Industry brings success. (Passive) 

(e) Industry is the most important secret for shining in life. (Positive)


7. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Jessore Board: JSC -2014] 

(a) The bee is a very industrious insect (Negative).

(b) Very few insects are as industrious as the bee. (Comparative)

(c) It flies from flower to flower to collect honey (Interrogative)

(d) In winter, it does not remain active (Affirmative).

(e) We should follow the life of a bee (passive).


8. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Rajshahi Board: JSC -2014]

(a) No other thing is as useful as computer. (Superlative)

(b) Every student needs computer. (Negative)

(c) A poor student cannot buy it. (Interrogative) 

(d) It is one of the greatest inventions of science. (Positive)

(e) It was not invented overnight. (Active)


9. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Sylhet Board: JSC -2014] 

(a) Very few metals are as useful as iron. (Superlative) 

(b) It is used for construction purpose. (Active) 

(c) Bangladesh imports iron from other countries. (Interrogative) 

(d) It is a heavy metal. (Negative) 

(e) There is no building without iron. (Affirmative)


10. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Chittagong Board: JSC -2015] 

(a) By reading books, we can enrich our minds. (Negative) 

(b) Books contain noble thoughts of great men. (Interrogative) 

(c) Some books give us immense pleasure. (Passive) 

(d) Books are greater than any other thing in the world. (Positive) 

(e) Don't you know about e-books? (Assertive)


11. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Comilla Board: JSC -2015]

(a) My friend invited me to pay a visit to Cox's Bazar. (Interrogative) 

(b) I gladly accepted the invitation. (Passive) 

(c) My friend received me cordially. (Interrogative) 

(d) I was very glad to see the sea beach. (Exclamatory) 

(e) It was one of the most memorable journeys in my life. (Positive)


12. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dhaka Board: JSC -2015]

(a) Cricket is a very exciting game. (Exclamatory) 

(b) People of all ages enjoy this game. (Passive) 

(c) At present it is one of the most popular games in our country. (Comparative) 

(d) Everybody likes a cricketer. (Negative) 

(e) Would that I could be a great cricketer! (Assertive)


13. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dinajpur Board: JSC -2015]

(a) Today corruption is a very familiar term in Bangladesh (negative). 

(b) Corruption is the most dreadful weapon to destroy a society (Positive) 

(c) It lies in every phase of our society (interrogative). 

(d) Some drastic steps have been taken against corruption (Active). 

(e) Social awareness is the most essential thing to resist corruption (positive).


14. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Jessore Board: JSC -2015] 

(a) The idle only curse their fate. (Passive) 

(b) They can improve their condition by working hard (Interrogative) 

(c) Everybody dislikes an idle man. (Negative) 

(d) An idle student is never punctual to attend his classes. (Affirmative) 

(e) An industrious student is better than an idle student. (Positive)


15. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Rajshahi Board: JSC -2015]

Usain Bolt, the world sprint champion, has become a legend in the history of race competition. 

(a) He ran the fastest of all in the last Olympic Games. (Positive) 

(b) Only he could break his own record. (Negative) 

(c) He had to practise a lot for this. (Negative) 

He believes that practice makes a man perfect. 

He has become successful for his own effort and perseverance. 

(d) Now everybody knows him. (Interrogative) 

(e) He is called a hero for his achievement. (Active)


16. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Sylhet Board: JSC -2015]

A flower is a glowing gift of nature. 

(a) Everybody likes flowers. (Interrogative) 

(b) They are the symbol of love and beauty. 

(c) (b) Flowers are used on different occasions. (Active) 

(d) (c) The rose is the best of all flowers. (Positive) 

(e) (d) It is a very beautiful flower. (Exclamatory) 

(f) (e) It has both charm and commercial value. (Negative)


17. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Barishal Board: JSC -2016]

(a) Ruplal lived in a small village. (Negative)

(b) He lived with his family. (Interrogative)

(c) Ruplal wanted a peaceful life. (Passive)

(d) The village people were more quarrelsome than the town people. (Positive)

(e) Ruplal thought that life in the jungle is the most peaceful of all places. (Comparative)


18. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Chittagong Board: JSC -2016]

(a) Walking is better than any other exercise. (Superlative)

(b) Everyone prefers walking as an exercise usually in the morning. (Interrogative)

(c) It keeps our body fit for working. (Negative)

(d) So, we should never forget this thing. (Passive)

(e) Good health is very valuable. (Exclamatory)


19. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Comilla Board: JSC -2016]

(a) We must read books to gain knowledge. (Negative) 

(b) Books introduce us to the realm of knowledge. (Passive) 

(c) The books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas. (Interrogative) 

(d) Without reading books, we cannot enrich our mind. (Affirmative)  

(e) Books are the greatest friends. (Positive)


20. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dinajpur Board: JSC -2016]

(a) Trees are our best friends. (Negative) 

(b) Very few things are as useful as trees. (Superlative) 

(c) They are a great source of food and vitamins. (Make it interrogative) 

(d) Various kinds of fruits are given by them. (Make it active) 

(e) We use them for various purposes. (Make it passive)


21. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Jessore Board: JSC -2016]

(a) Book is the best of all friends. (Comparative) 

(b) It delights us. (Interrogative) 

(c) A book is cheaper than most other things. (Positive) 

(d) Who does not like a book? (Affirmative) 

(e) Every student should go through many good books. (Passive)


22. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Rajshahi Board: JSC -2016] 

(a) Book is the best of all friends. (Comparative) 

(b) We all should read books. (Passive) 

(c) A book delights us. (Interrogative) 

(d) Who does not like a book? (Assertive) 

(e) It is a very valuable thing. (Exclamatory)


23.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Sylhet Board: JSC -2016]

(a) The Padma is one of the biggest rivers in Bangladesh. (Make it Comparative)

(b) It is called the river of destruction. (Active)

(c) The river is very turbulent. (Make it Negative)

(d) It assumes a very terrible shape in the rainy season. (Make it Exclamatory)

(e) Everybody knows this. (Make it Interrogative)


24. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Barishal Board: JSC —2018]

(a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(b) Their contribution will never be forgotten. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 

(c) Today many freedom fighters lead a very miserable life. (Make it an exclamatory sentence)

(d) Their allowance should be increased. (Make it an active sentence) 

(e) We should regard their sacrifice. (Make it a negative sentence) 


25. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Chattogram Board: JSC —2018]

(a) Cricket is a very exciting game. (Make it interrogative) 

(b) People enjoy this game. (Make it Passive) 

(c) It is a very costly game. (Make it Negative) 

(d) Nobody dislikes a cricketer. (Make it affirmative) 

(e) Would that I could be a great cricketer (Make it assertive)


26. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Comilla Board: JSC —2018]

Ruplal lived in a small village. 

(a) He lived with his family. (Make it an interrogative sentence)

(b) He wanted a peaceful life. (Make it a passive sentence) 

(c) The village people were very quarrelsome. (Make is exclamatory sentence)

(d) Rupaul's life was not peaceful in the jungle. (Make it an interrogative 1716203 

(e) Ruplal took only a bag with him. (Make it a negative sentence)


27. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [JSC: Dhaka Board: JSC —2018]

(a) Acid throwing is a very heinous act. (Exclamatory) 

(b) Everyone hates it (Interrogative) 

(c) It is not a human act. (Affirmative) 

(d) The acid throwers should be punished. (Active) 

(e) We must become aware of it. (Negative) 


28. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dinajpur Board: JSC —2018]

(a) Frugality is a good habit. (Make it a negative sentence without changing meaning) 

(b) A frugal man does not like to spend money without reasons. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 

(c) We should practise it. (Make it passive) 

(d) He can save money. (Make it an interrogative sentence without changing the meaning)

(e) He leads a happy life. (Make it an exclamatory sentence) (a) 


29. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Jashore Board: JSC —2018]

(a) Riad is a very industrious boy. (Make is exclamatory sentence)

(b) He is sincere to his duties. (Make it negative sentence) 

(c) He does not put off any work for tomorrow. (Make it interrogative sentence) 

(d) He finishes his duties in time. (Make it passive sentence) 

(e) Nobody hates him. (Make it affirmative sentence) 


30. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Rajshahi Board: JSC —2018] 

(a) None can prosper in life without industry. (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(b) The idle always lag behind. (Make it a negative sentence) 

(c) Hard work is very essential to succeed in life. (Make it an exclamatory sentence) 

(d) A hard working person can see the light of prosperity. (Make it a passive sentence) 

(e) We cannot but work hard to be established in life. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 


31. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Sylhet Board: JSC —2018]

(a) Jubair and Saad are two brothers. (Make it negative-interrogative sentence) 

(b) They never miss their classes. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 

(c) The weak students are always helped by them. (Make it an active voice) 

(d) They are always obedient to their teachers and parents. (Make it negative sentence) 

(e) They want to become famous personalities in the world. (Make it an interrogative sentence)


32. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Comilla Board: JSC —2019]

Bangladesh is a land of rivers. 

(a) The Padma is a big river in Bangladesh. (Make it an exclamatory sentence) 

(b) It is called the river of destruction (Make it active) 

(c) The river is very turbulent. (Make it a negative sentence) 

(d) Everybody knows this. (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(e) Tourists from home and abroad visit its shore. (Make it passive)


33. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [JSC: Dhaka Board: JSC —2019]

(a) Don't look down upon the poor. (Passive) 

(b) Suddenly I noticed a very nice deer. (Interrogative) 

(c) It only remained sleeping. (Negative) 

(d) What a sound sleep it slept (Assertive) 

(e) A deer is found nowhere but in the zoo now. (Affirmative) 


34. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Dinajpur Board: JSC —2019]

(a) Rana is a regular student. (Make a negative sentence) 

(b) He is a very hard-working boy (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(c) He never comes to the class late. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 

(d) He makes good results in all exams. (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(e) For this, teachers love him very much. (Make it a passive sentence) 


35. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Jashore Board: JSC —2019]

(a) Who does not know the name of Hazi Mohammad Mohsin? (Make it passive) 

(b) He was unmarried. (Make it negative) 

(c) He was born in Hooghly. (Make it negative interrogative) 

(d) He is respected everywhere. (Make it active) 

(e) I wish I were Hazi Mohammad Mohsin. (Make it exclamatory)


36. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Rajshahi Board: JSC —2019]

(a) Bangladeshi cuisine is full of vanity. (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(b) We use different spices to make our food tasty. (Make it a passive sentence) 

(c) We like Bangladeshi food very much. (Make it a negative sentence) 

(d) Let us take Bangladeshi food. (Make it an assertive sentence) 

(e) Bangladeshi food is very appetizing. (Make it an exclamatory sentence) 


37. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Moymonsing Board: JSC —2019]

(a) Hazi Mohammad Mohsin was a very kind man. (Make it a negative sentence) 

(b) He inherited vast property from his father and sister (Make it an interrogative sentence) 

(c) He was not married. (Make it an affirmative sentence) 

(d) During his life time, he spent money lavishly to help the poor. (Make it a passive sentence)

(e) He was very generous. (Make it an exclamatory sentence) 


38. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets: [Sylhet Board: JSC—2019]

(a) Tree plantation is an important task (Negative) 

(b) It is not a difficult task. (Interrogative) 

(c) People cannot but plant trees for their existence. (Affirmative)

(d) An important role is played by trees. (Active) 

(e) Trees are very important in our life. (Exclamatory) 


39. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. 1x5=5

(a) No other country in the world is as populous as Bangladesh. (Comparative). 

(b) Farmers are living in the villages. (Negative). 

(c)The farmers are not rich. (Affirmative). 

(d)The farmers work hard to support themselves. (Interrogative). 

(e)We should take care of them. (Passive).


40. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) No other problem in Bangladesh is as great as illiteracy. (Comparative) 

(b) So, the literacy rate in Bangladesh is very not high. (Affirmative). 

(c)It is too poor to imagine. (Negative). 

(d) It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate. (Interrogative). 

(e) We should take necessary steps to eradicate illiteracy. (Passive)


41. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) The bee is a very industrious insect. (Negative) 

(b) Very few insects are as industrious as the bee. (Comparative) 

(c) It flies from flower to flower to collect honey. (Interrogative) 

(d) In winter, it does not remain active. (Affirmative) 

(e) We should follow the life of a bee. (Passive)


42. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a)  Gold is the most precious metal. (Positive) 

(b) It is bought by the wealthy persons. (Active)  

(c) Every woman likes it. (Negative)  

(d) The price of gold is increasing day by day. (Interrogative)  

(e) Who doesn't like it? (Affirmative) 


43. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Have you ever heard the name of the poet Kazi Nazrul Islam? (Assertive). 

(b)Very few poets are as famous as Nazrul Islam in Bangla literature. (Comparative). 

(c) His poetic works were full of patriotism and optimism. (Negative). 

(d) He inspired the people to fight for independence. (Passive).  

(e) Nazrul was our national poet. (Interrogative).


44. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Football is a popular game. (Interrogative) 

(b) You must meet me without delay. (Imperative) 

(c) His handwriting is very clear. (Exclamatory) 

(d) He comes of a rich family. (Negative) 

(e) This is one of the widest roads in the city. (Comparative)


45. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Poverty is the greatest problem in our country. (Positive) 

But we hardly realize that this miserable condition is our own creation.

(b) Many do not try to better their condition by hard labour. (Affirmative) 

(c) They only curse their fate (Passive) but this is not reality. 

It is man who is the maker of his own fortune. 

(d) So, they should work hard to improve their lot. (Imperative) 

(e) By working hard, they can remove their condition. (Negative)


46. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Our school is more famous than most other schools in the country. (Positive) 

(b) It was established in 1873. (Interrogative) 

(c) The scenery of the school is very charming. (Exclamatory) 

(d) All of the teachers of our school are qualified. (Negative) 

(e) They are never insincere to their duties. (Affirmative)


47. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mrs Tahmina is a famous university teacher. (Interrogative) 

(b) Her style of teaching is different. (Negative) 

(c) No other teacher in the university is so efficient as she. (Superlative) 

(d) Everybody of the department honours her. (Negative) 

(e) We should follow her ideas. (Imperative)


48. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Very few discoverers are as famous as Columbus. (Superlative) 

(b) He passed his early life in sorrow. (Negative) 

(c) They come here to enjoy themselves. (Interrogative)  

(d) Cox's Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world. (Positive)  

(e) You should beware of pickpockets. (Imperative)


49. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Dhaka is more densely populated than most other cities in the world. (Positive) 

(b) It is the most peaceful city in the world. (Comparative) 

(c) Its streets are very crowded. (Exclamatory) 

(d) But its residents are diligent. (Negative) 

(e) We are proud of this city. (Interrogative)


50. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Health is wealth. (Interrogative) 

(b) A healthy poor man is happier than a sick moneyed man. (Positive) 

(c) A healthy poor man is not a liability to his family. (Affirmative)

(d) Everybody must be conscious of health. (Negative) 

(e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health. (Comparative)  


51. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) My first day at school is the most memorable day in my life. (Positive degree) 

(b) I will never forget this day. (Affirmative) 

(c) I passed the day amidst joy. (Interrogative) 

(d) What a thrilling experience it was! (Assertive) 

(e) Life was enjoyed with a new zeal. (Negative)


52. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Anger is a vice. (Negative) 

(b) It begets nothing but the worst. (Affirmative) 

(c) Anger is one of the most inhuman vices. (Positive) 

(d) So, we should control it for our own sake. (Passive) 

(e) Everybody dislikes an angry man. (Interrogative)


53. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Acid throwing is one of the most heinous crimes. (Positive) 

(b) The acid throwers are worse than most other criminals. (Superlative) 

(c) It is an inhuman act. (Negative without changing the meaning) 

(d) The problem cannot be solved overnight. (Passive) 

(e) Government has made the law for punishing the acid throwers. (Interrogative)


54. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) A mobile set is light to carry. (Interrogative) 

(b) It is not expensive. (Affirmative) 

(c) Only a wicked person uses it for evil purpose. (Passive) 

(d) Everybody needs a mobile set. (Interrogative) 

(e) No other thing is as useful as a mobile set. (Superlative) 


55. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) My friend invited me to visit Cox's Bazar. (Passive) 

(b) The invitation was gladly accepted by me. (Active) 

When I reached there, my friend received me cordially. 

(c)  I was very glad to see the sea beach. (Negative) 

(d) It is longer than any other sea beach in the world. (Positive) 

(e) Very few journeys in my life were as memorable as it. (Superlative)


56. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Walking is the best of all exercises. (Comparative) 

(b)Walking as an exercise is usually taken in the morning or evening. (Active) 

(c)An early morning walk gives us fresh vigour and strength. (Negative) 

(d)This morning air refreshes the body and mind. (Interrogative) 

(e)It is never harmful to our health. (Affirmative)  


57. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

We are human beings. (a) All men must die. (Negative) 

(b) It matters a little if a man lives many years or not. (Interrogative) 

(c) Our life is not measured by months or years. (Active) 

(d) The people living only for their own interest are not real human beings. (Affirmative) 

(e) Their life is not better than that of a beast. (Positive)


58. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

Bangladesh is a small country. 

(a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Interrogative) 

(b)  Their contribution will never be forgotten. (Affirmative) 

(c) They were inspired by the common people. (Active) 

(d) Their sacrifice is greater than any other thing. (Positive) 

(e) We must show respect to them. (Negative)


59. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Cox's Bazar Sea beach is a beautiful place. (Negative) 

(b) It attracts many tourists every year. (Passive) 

(c) St. Martin is not far from Cox's Bazar. (Affirmative) 

(d) Cox's Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world. (Positive) 

(e) I have never been there alone. (Interrogative) 


60. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Today nothing is as serious as pollution. (Comparative) 

(b) But nobody is aware of it. (Interrogative) 

(c) Its importance cannot be described in words. (Affirmative) 

(d) Fresh air is necessary for existence. (Negative) 

(e) There is no living thing but needs fresh air. (Affirmative)

61. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

We achieved our freedom in 1971. 

(a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Interrogative) 

(b) Their contribution will never be forgotten. (Affirmative) 

They were inspired by the common people. 

(c) Their sacrifice is greater than any other things. (Positive) 

(d) But today many of them lead a very miserable life. (Negative) 

(e) Proper initiatives may improve their condition. (Passive)  


62. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Cricket is a very exciting game. (Exclamatory) 

(b) People of all ages enjoy the game. (Passive) 

(c) At present cricket is the most popular game in our country. (Comparative) 

(d) Cricket is enjoyed not only by the young but also by the old. (Affirmative) 

(e) Bangladesh is a test playing country, but its standard is very low. (Negative)


63. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Health is wealth. (interrogative) 

(b) A healthy poor man is happier than a sick moneyed man. (positive) 

(c) A healthy man is not a liability to his family. (affirmative) 

(d) Everybody must be conscious of health. (negative) 

(e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health. (comparative)


64. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Everybody knows about the Royal Bengal Tiger of Sundarbans. (Negative) 

(b) It is known to all for its ferocity. (Interrogative) 

(c) Now the number of the Royal Bengal Tiger is decreasing. (Negative) 

(d) Corruption is the most dangerous weapon to destroy a society. (Positive) 

(e) It lies in every phase of our society. (Interrogative)


65. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

He was a very famous person. 

(a) Actually, he was more skilled than any other magician. (Positive Degree) 

(b) He could perform unbelievable performance. (Passive) 

(c) In our school he did the same thing. (Interrogative) 

A large number of people gathered there. 

(d) He performed his tricks very nicely. (Negative) 

People enjoyed it very much. 

(e) Nobody could leave the place. (Affirmative) 


66. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Truthfulness is the greatest of all virtues. (Positive) 

(b) It makes us honourable in the society. (Negative) 

(c) It brings peace in mind. (Interrogative) 

(d)  Truthfulness makes us faithful and reliable. (Passive) 

(e) A liar rich man is not as respected as truthful poor man. (Comparative)


67. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

We are Bangladeshi. (a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Make it interrogative sentence without changing meaning) 

(b) Their contribution will never be forgotten. (Make it affirmative sentence) 

(c)Their sacrifice is greater than any other things. (Make it positive)  

(d)  But today many of them lead an unhappy life. (Make it a negative sentences without changing meaning) 

(e) Proper steps should be taken to improve their condition. (Make active voice) 


68. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mr Sabbir is a renowned school teacher. (Interrogative)

(b) His style of teaching is not ordinary. (Affirmative) 

(c) No other teacher in the school is as efficient as he. (Superlative)  

(d) Everybody honours him. (Passive) 

(e) He knows English better than Bangla. (Positive) 


69. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mr Ahmed is the wisest man in the village. (Comparative) 

(b) He is poor. (Negative) 

(c) He could walk slowly. (Interrogative) 

(d) He never eats more than one thing. (Affirmative) 

(e) What a pity! (Assertive) 


70. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Students will never forget their school life. (Affirmative) 

(b) They spent a wonderful time in the school. (Passive) 

(c) The beauty of student life is beyond description. (Interrogative) 

(d) No other school in this area is as good as ours. (Comparative) 

(e) We would play different types of games and sports. (Imperative)


71. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) A flower is a wonderful gift of nature. (Exclamatory) 

(b)  Who does not like flowers? (Affirmative) They are the symbol of love and beauty. 

(c) Flowers are used on different occasions. (Active) 

(d) The rose is the best of all flowers. (Positive) 

(e)  It has both charm and commercial value. (Negative)


72. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) We hate corruption. (Negative) 

Corruption is a curse. 

(b) A corrupt person is disliked by everybody. (Active) 

(c) Corruption is one of the biggest problems for our country. (Comparative) 

(d) Bangladesh is more corrupted than England. (Positive) 

(e) We should not earn black money. (Affirmative)


73. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mohammad Muhsin was a very kind man. (Exclamatory) 

He was born in Hoogly. 

(b) He inherited vast property from his father and sister. (Interrogative) 

(c) He did not marry. (Affirmative) 

(d) During his lifetime, he spent money lavishly to help the poor. (Passive) 

(e) Very few Muslim leaders in the world were as merciful as he. (Superlative) 


74. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mohsin is one of the most brilliant students in his class. (Positive)

(b) He is very attentive to his studies. (Negative)

(c) He is never late to go to school. (Affirmative)

(d) He goes to school regularly. (Interrogative)

(e) Everybody loves him very much. (Passive)


75.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a)Book is the best of all friends. (Comparative) 

(b) It delights us. (Interrogative) 

(c) A book is cheaper than most other things. (Positive) 

(d) Who does not like a book? (Affirmative) 

(e) It is more valuable than any other thing. (Positive).


76.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Gold is the most precious metal. (Positive) 

(b) It is bought by the wealthy persons. (Active) 

(c) Every woman likes it. (Negative) 

(d) The price of gold is increasing day by day. (Interrogative) 

(e) Who does not like gold? (Affirmative).


77. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Very few metals are as useful as iron.  (Superlative) 

(b) It is used for construction purpose. (Active)  

(c) Bangladesh imports iron. (Interrogative) 

(d) It is a heavy metal. (Negative) 

(e) There is no building without iron. (Affirmative) 


78. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Television is one the most common sources of entertainment. (Positive)  

(b) It is a costly item. (Negative)  

(c) We are entertained by it. (Active) 

(d) Everybody learns many things by watching television. (Passive) 

(e) Who does not like a good programme? (Affirmative) 


79. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) A train journey is very enjoyable. (Negative) 

(b) It is cheaper than any other journey. (Superlative) 

(c) It removes monotony. (Passive) 

(d) No other journey is as pleasant as a train journey. (Comparative) 

(e) Train runs faster than a bus (Interrogative)


80. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Air pollution is the most serious of all pollutions. (Positive) 

(b) It is more harmful than most other pollution (Superlative) 

(c) Only man is responsible for this pollution (Negative) 

(d) It causes many fatal diseases (Passive) 

(e) There is nobody but needs pure air. (Affirmative)


81. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Smoking is one of the most serious problems. (Positive) 

(b) No other thing affects a person as much as smoking (Comparative) 

(c) Environment is polluted by it. (Active)

(d) It is not good for health (Affirmative) 

(e) smoking costs more money (Negative).  


82. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Tree plantation is a noble task. (Negative) 

(b) It is not a difficult task. (Interrogative) 

(c) People must plant trees for their existence. (Passive)

(d) An important role is played by tress (Active) 

(e) Trees are one of the best friends of human beings. (Positive).


83. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) English is one of the most used languages in the world. (Comparative) 

(b) It is spoken all over the world. (Assertive)

(c) It is also the richest language. (Negative)

(d) Without learning English, we can’t prosper. (Affirmative)

(e) It is foolish to waste time. (Interrogative) 


84. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Honesty is a great virtue. (Interrogative)

(b) Everybody likes an honest boy. (Passive) 

(c) No other virtue is as great as honesty. (Superlative) 

(d) Honesty is never unrewarded. (Affirmative) 

(e) It is greater than any other thing. (Positive).


85. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a)Anger is nothing but a vice. (Affirmative) 

(b) It begets only the worst. (Negative) 

(c) Anger is one of the most inhuman vices. (Positive) 

(d) So, we should control it for our own sake (Passive) 

(e) An angry man is dislike by everybody. (Active) 


86. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

We are human beings. 

(a) All man must die. (Negative). 

(b) It matters a little if a man lives many years or not. (Interrogative) 

(c) Our life is not measured by months or years. (Active)

(d) The people living only for their own interest are not real human beings. (Affirmative)

(e) Their life is not better than that of a beast. (Positive) 


87. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) We hate corruption. (Negative) 

Corruption is a curse. 

(b) A corrupt person is disliked by everybody. (Active) 

(c) Corruption is one of the biggest problems for our country. (Comparative) 

(d) Bangladesh is more corrupted than England. (Positive) 

(e) We should not earn black money. (Affirmative)


88. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets:

(a) Mohammad Muhsin was a very kind man. (Negative) 

He was born in Hoogly. 

(b) He inherited vast property from his father and sister. (Interrogative) 

(c) He did not marry. (Affirmative) 

(d) He spent money lavishly to help the poor. (Passive) 

(e) Very few Muslim Leaders in the world were as merciful as he. (Superlative)


89. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning. 

(a) Goni Mian is a poor farmer. (Negative) 

(b) He is very active. (Negative) 

(c) He cultivates others lands. (Interrogative) 

(d) He cannot lead a rich life. (Affirmative) 

(e) He does not run after money. (Interrogative)


90. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Syama is the best student in the class. (Interrogative) 

(b) She is never inattentive to her studies. (Affirmative) 

(c) She does not keep bad company. (Affirmative) 

(d) He helps the weaker students. (Interrogative) 

(e) Everybody loves him. (Negative).


91. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Gold is not the cheapest metal. (Affirmative) 

(b) Only the wealthy persons can buy it. (Negative) 

(c) Every woman likes it. (Negative) 

(d) The price of gold is increasing day by day. (Interrogative) 

(e) Who does not like gold? (Assertive)


92. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Iron is a very useful metal.  (Negative) 

(b) It is used for construction purpose. (Interrogative)  

(c) Bangladesh imports iron. (Interrogative) 

(d) It is a heavy metal. (Negative) 

(e) There is no building without iron. (Affirmative) 


93. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) None but Sujan is an ideal student in our village. (Affirmative)  

(b) He is sincere to his duties. (Negative) 

(c) He does not put off any work for tomorrow. (Interrogative) 

(d) He finishes his duties in time. (Interrogative) 

(e) No body hates him. (Affirmative).


94. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Computer is a useful thing. (Negative) 

(b) Every student needs computer. (Negative) 

(c) A poor students cannot buy it. (Affirmative) 

(d) It is one of the greatest inventions of science. (Interrogative) 

(e) It was not invented overnight. (Interrogative) 


95. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Television is not an uncommon source of entertainment. (Affirmative)  

(b) It is a costly item. (Negative)  

(c) We are entertained by it. (Interrogative) 

(d) Everybody learns many things by watching television. (Passive) 

(e) Who does not like a good programme? (Affirmative) 


96. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) A mobile set is light to carry. (Negative) 

(b) It is not expensive. (Affirmative) 

(c) Only a wicked person uses it for evil purpose. (Negative) 

(d) It is used for different purpose. (Interrogative) 

(e) A mobile set is very useful. (Interrogative) 


97. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a)A train journey is very enjoyable. (Negative) 

(b) It is cheaper than any other journey. (Negative) 

(c) It removes monotony. (Interrogative) 

(d) A train journey is not boring. (Affirmative) 

(e) Train runs faster than a bus. (Interrogative)


98. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Tree plantation is a noble task. (Negative) 

(b) It is not a difficult task. (Affirmative) 

(c) People must plant trees for their existence. (Negative) 

(d) An important role is played by tress. (Interrogative) 

(e) Trees are one of the best friends of human beings. (Interrogative).


99. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Our Victory Day is a memorable day. (Negative)  

(b) People cannot but observe the day. (Affirmative) 

(c) Everyone must remember the martyrs. (Negative) 

(c) The day is very important in our life (Negative) 

(d) No other day is as important as our victory day (Interrogative) 

(e) We observe the day in our school. (Interrogative) 


100. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Honesty is a noble virtue. (Negative)

(b) Everybody likes an honest boy. (Negative) 

(c) No other virtue is as great as honesty. (Interrogative) 

(d) Honesty is never unrewarded. (Affirmative) 

(e) It is greater than any other thing. (Interrogative)


101. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

a) I was invited to visit Cox’s Bazar by my friend. (Interrogative) 

(b) I gladly accepted the invitation.  (Interrogative)  

(c) I was very glad to see the see beach. (Negative) 

(d) It is the longest sea beach in the world. (Negative)  

(e) It was not a forgettable journey in my life. (Affirmative)


102. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Mr. Ahmed is the oldest man in the village. (Negative) 

(b) But he is not inactive at all. (Affirmative) 

(c) He always gets up early. (Negative) 

(d) He exercises regularly. (Interrogative) 

(e) Nobody dishonours him. (Affirmative)  


103. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Students will never forget their school life. (Affirmative) 

(b) They spend a wonderful time in the school. (Negative) 

(c) The beauty of student life is beyond description. (Interrogative) 

(d) I read in a good school. (Negative) 

(e) We play different types of games and sports in our school. (Interrogative) 


104. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Mohammad Muhsin was a very kind man. (Negative) 

(b) He inherited vast property from his father and sister. (Interrogative) 

(c) He did not marry.(Affirmative) 

(d) He spent money lavishly to help the poor. (Interrogative) 

(e) He was very merciful. (Negative)


105. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) The bee is a very industrious insect. (Negative) 

(b) It must work hard all day long. (Negative) 

(c) It flies from flower to flower to collect honey. (Interrogative) 

(d) In winter, it does not remain active. (Affirmative) 

(e) We should follow the life of a bee. (Interrogative)


106. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Kabiris very punctual in his work. (Negative). 

(b) Everyone knows him in his area (Interrogative). 

(c) Nobody dislikes him. (Affirmative) 

(d) He is the best worker of all. ( Interrogative). 

(e) He never wastes his time. (Affirmative) 


107. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Cox’s Bazaar is the longest sea beach in the world. (Negative)  

(b) Everybody knows this. (Interrogative) 

(c) Tourist and visitors from home and abroad visit this beach. (Interrogative) 

(d) Isn’t the natural beauty of this place is very charming? (Assertive) 

(e) Our government is active to make more attractive. (Negative) 


108. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Health is wealth. (Interrogative) 

(b) Isn’t a healthy poor man happier than a sick moneyed man? (Assertive) 

(c) A healthy poor man is not a liability to his family. (Affirmative) 

(d) Everybody must be conscious of health. (Negative) 

(e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health. (Interrogative)  


109. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Anger is nothing but a vice. (Affirmative)  

(b) It always begets the worst. (Negative) 

(c) Anger is one the most inhuman vices. (Interrogative) 

(d) Shouldn’t we control it for our own sake? (Assertive) 

(e) Everybody dislikes an angry man. (Negative)


110. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Everybody knows about the Royal Bengal Tiger of Sundarbans. (Negative) 

(b) It is very ferocious. (Negative) 

(c) Now the number of the Royal Bengal Tiger is decreasing. (Negative) 

(d) Hunters do not obey law. (Affirmative) 

(e) They kill tigers indiscriminately. (Interrogative)  


111. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

We achieved our freedom in 1971. 

(a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Interrogative). 

(b) There contribution will never be forgotten. (Affirmative) 

They were inspired by the common people 

(c) There sacrifice is greater than any other kings (Interrogative). 

(d) But today many of them land a very miserable life. (Negative). 

(e) Isn’t it very disgraceful? (Assertive).


112. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Road accidents are a curse. (Negative) 

(b) They cause a great loss to life and property. (Interrogative) 

But these accidents occur due to a number for reasons.

(c) The drivers do not like to obey traffic rules. (Affirmative) 

(d) Most of them hardly known the traffic rules. (Negative) 

(e) They don’t care for the traffic rules. (Interrogative) 


113. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Akash is a brilliant student in his class. (Negative) 

(b) He is very attentive to his studies. (Negative) 

(c) He is never late to go to school. (Affirmative) 

(d) He goes to school regularly. (Interrogative) 

(e) Who does not love him very much? (Assertive) 


114. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Walking is a good exercise. (Negative) 

(b) Walking is usually taken in the morning or evening. (Interrogative) 

(c) An early morning walk gives us fresh vigour and strength. (Negative) 

(d) This morning air refreshes the body and mind. (Interrogative) 

(e) It is never harmful to our health. (Affirmative)  


115. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) English is one of the most used languages in the world. (Comparative) 

(b) It is spoken all over the world. (Assertive)

(c) It is also the richest language. (Negative)

(d) Without learning English we  can’t  prosper. (Affirmative) 

(e) It is foolish to waste time. (Interrogative) 


116. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Truthfulness is the greatest of all virtues. (Positive)

(b) It makes us honourable in the society. (Negative)

(c) It brings peace in mind. (Interrogative)

(d) Truthfulness makes us faithful and reliable. (Passive)

(e) A liar rich man is not as respected as a truthful poor man. (Comparative)


117. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

Sumi is a student of class VIII. 

(a)She is always punctual. (Negative) 

(b) She is not inattentive to her study. (Affirmative) 

(c) She never tells a lie. (Interrogative) 

(d) Very few students of her  class are  so brilliant as she. (Positive) 

(e) Her teachers love her very much.(Passive)


118. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Modern science has created wonders. (Interrogative).

(b) We get a lot of opportunities for it. (Passive)

(c) Far off places have come closer for it. (Negative).

(d) It is one of the most important parts of our life. (Positive)

(e) We have to keep the good and give up the bad. (Interrogative)


119. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Education is power. (Interrogative).

(b) Education is necessary for every man.  (Negative).

(c) We should receive education. (Passive).

(d) Man is the  best creation  of Allah. (Positive)

(e) Education is very important for man. (Negative).


120. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) We are human beings. (Interrogative).

(b) All men must die. (Negative).

(c) It  matters little if a man lives many years or not. (Interrogative)

(d) Our life is not  measured by months or years. (Active)

(e) The life of the people is not better than that of a beast (Positive). 


121. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Have you ever heard the name of the poet Kazi Nazrul Islam? (Assertive)

(b) Very few poets are as famous as Nazrul Islam in Bangla literature. (Comparative)

(c) His poetic works were full of patriotism and optimism. (Negative)

(d) He inspired the people to fight for independence. (Passive)

(e) Nazrul was our national poet. (Interrogative).


122. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) No other country in the world is as populous as Bangladesh. (Comparative)

(b) Farmers are living in the villages. (Negative)

(c)The farmers are not rich. (Affirmative)

(d)The farmers work hard to support themselves. (Interrogative)

(e)We should take care of them. (Passive).


123. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Computer is one of the greatest inventions of modern science. (Positive)

(b) Computer is very helpful for us. (Interrogative)

(c)A computer is a blessing on earth. (Negative)

(d) We should make the proper use of computer. (Passive)

(e) We cannot but depend on it. (Affirmative)


124. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) Bangladesh is full of nature resources.(Interrogative)

(b) She has the largest  network of rivers. (Negative)

(c) They have a total length of 24140 kilometers. (Interrogative)

(d) It is one of the most important sources of our national economy. (Positive)

(e) I love my country (Negative).


125. Change the following sentences as directed in brackets without changing their original meaning.

(a) We are proud of our freedom fighters. (Interrogative)

(b) Their contribution will never be forgotten. (Affirmative)

(c) They were inspired by the common people. (Interrogative)

(d) Their sacrifice is greater than any other thing. (Positive)

(e) They lead a  very miserable life .(Passive)