English Grammar Questions and Answers

Joining Sentences Examples with Answers

Rewrite the following sentences as directed without changing their meaning. 1. She sat down on her steel trunk. She started talking to him. (Join into Simple & Compound) 2. He closed his eyes for a second. He threw the ball into the sky. (Join by using Participle) 3. One evening we went out. We picked

Joining Sentences Exercises with Answers

Rewrite the following sentences as directed without changing their meaning. 1. The police know his haunts. They will pick him up very soon. (Join into Simple & Compound) 2. The other day I received 15 dollars from a man. He has been on his back for twenty years. (Join into Complex) 3. Let us always

Join the Sentences Using Conjunctions

Examples Covers: and, as well as, both…and, not only…but also or, either…or, neither…nor but, still, yet, never less, however as a result, consequently, so, for, therefore Exercises 1. The narrator was gallant. He was serious. 2. Did she wear her hair in a bun? Was it plaited? 3. The hermit listened to the Tsar. He

Joining Sentences

By using an Infinitive: (i) The farmer has some land. He has to cultivate it. The farmer has some land to cultivate. (ii) The child is very little. It cannot talk properly. The child is too little to talk properly. (iii) The student studies hard. He wants to fare well in the exam. The student

Do As Directed

Do as directed for class 12 with answers 1. Equally various were the answers to the second question. (Noun) 2. The boy could hear the other roomer’s laugh. (Use verb form of ‘laugh”) 3. An interesting face can also be pretty. (Complex) 4. My austere father used to avoid all inessential comforts and luxuries. (Complex)

Change the Sentences into Interrogative

Change the Sentences into Interrogative Exercise 1. She is a great fool. 2. Men cannot live without friends. 3. We are not sent to the world just to make money. 4. You know me. 5. We are going to have an ice cream. 6. You should call me once in your crisis. 7. Tina blurted

Change the Sentences from Simple to Complex

Simple Sentence to Complex Sentence Exercise 1. He went about his business with an expressionless matter-of-factness. 2. A week after the release of Valentine, 9762, there was a neat job of safe-burglary done in Richmond, Indiana, with no clue to the author. 3. On a small grey steel trunk, Lachmi, Lady Mohan Lal, sat chewing

Transformation of Sentences Examples with Answers

Questions Answers The startled little waves leap in fiery ringlets. (Make it Complex) The little waves which have become startled leap in fiery ringlets. The invisible worm has found out thy bed. (Make it Negative) The worm which is not visible has found out thy bed. Nimo is playing in the park. (Question) Is Nimo

Transformation of Sentences Exercises with Answers

Exercises on Transformation of Sentence 1. She is as fair as a rose. (Rewrite using the Comparative degree) 2. She was eating a banana which was ripe. (Make it Simple Sentence) 3. Mr Adams was very proud of it. (Use noun form of “‘proud”) 4. Hindu families were living amicably with their Muslim neighbours. 5.