English Grammar Test Exercise No.- 4 (Unsolved)

By | April 12, 2019

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Exercise-4

Direction: Change the sentences as directed. Select the correct answer.

  1. He is too naughty to listen to advice. (Remove ‘too)

(1) He is so naughty to listen to advice.

(2) He is so naughty, that he does not listen to advice.

(3) fit is so naughty and he does not listen to advice.

(4)He will not listen to advice so naughty he is.

  1. She was so tired that she could not sleep. (Use ‘too)

(1) She was too tired not to sleep.                 

(2) She was too sleepy and tired.

(3) She was tired and too sleepy.                   

(4) She was too tired to sleep.

  1. Can a leopard change his spots? (Make Assertive)

(1) A leopard can change his spots.               

(2) His spots a leopard can change.

(3) A leopard cannot change his spots.                      

(4) A leopard may change his spots.

  1. No one can build his house without money. (Make Interrogative)

(1) Can anyone build his house without money?

(2) Can no one build his house without money?

(3) Is it possible for anyone to build his house without money?

(4) Is building a house possible without money?

  1. How graceful she is! (Make Assertive)

(1) Isn’t she graceful?                                     

(2) She is extremely graceful.

(3) She graces the world.                               

(4) Her graceful is she!

  1. I had a wonderful time last night. (Make Exclamatory)

(1) It had b en a wonderful night!                 

(2) Oh! It was a wonderful night!

(3) Ah! Last light was wonderful!                 

(4) What a wonderful time

  1. Who does not know the value of loyalty? (Make Assertive)

 (1) No one knows the value of loyalty.                    

(2) Few know that loyalty is valuable.

(3) Everyone knows the value of loyalty.                  

(4) The value of loyalty is known.

  1. Alas! The soldier is dead! (Make Assertive)

(1) It is sad that the soldier is dead.              

(2) What a pity the soldier is dead.

(3) The soldier Is dead.                                              

(4) Sadly the soldier is dead.

  1. The child ran to his mother as soon as he saw her. (Use No sooner…)

(1) No sooner the child see his mother, he ran to her.

(2) The child ran to his mother no sooner he saw her.

(3) No sooner did the child see his mother than he ran to her.

(4) No sooner the child saw his mother, he ran to her.

  1. You will get into trouble if you do not mend your ways. (Begin with – ‘Unless’)

(1) Unless you will mend your ways, you will get into trouble.

(2) Unless you mend your ways, you will get into trouble.

(3) Unless you do not get into trouble, you will not mend your ways.

(4) Unless you are mending your ways, you will get into trouble.

  1. The fog disappeared as soon as the sun rose. (Use No sooner…)

(1) The sun rose and no sooner the fog disappeared.

(2) No sooner the sun rose. the fog disappeared.

(3) No sooner the fog disappeared and the sun rose.

(4) No sooner did the sunrise than the fog disappeared. 

  1. The bag was so heavy that we could not lift it. (Use ‘too’)

(1) The bag was too heavy for us to lift.

(2) The too heavy bag could not be lifted.

(3) The bag was too heavy so we could not lift it.

(4) The bag was too heavy to be lifted.

  1. World that my mother were here today! (Make Assertive)

(1) How I wish for the presence of my mother.

(2) I wish my mother were here today.

(3) If only my mother were here today.

(4) My mother’s presence here today is important.

  1. Who does not wish to be happy? (Make Assertive)

(1) Not anyone wishes to be sad.

(2) No one wishes not to be happy.

(3) Everyone wishes to be happy.

(4) Being happy is a wish of all.

  1. You will not succeed in life if you do not work hard. (Use ‘Unless’)

(1) Success in life cannot be achieved unless you work hard.

(2) Unless you work hard, you will not succeed in life.

(3) Unless you put in hard work, you will not achieve success in life.

(4) You will not succeed in life unless working hard is done.

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