How to Transform Sentences?



How to Transform Sentences? :



Another way to transform sentences is to change the part of speech. That is, if a word is noun in a particular sentence, we can change it to a verb and so on.

For example :

He agreed to all my proposals. (noun)
He agreed with all that I proposed. (verb)

He has great pride. (noun)
He is very proud. (adjective)

She performed her duties with diligence. (noun)
She performed her duties diligently. (adverb)

In the sentences given below, the nouns are replaced with verbs.

You cannot get admission without writing the exam.
You cannot be admitted without writing the exam.

His speech was a success.
His speech succeeded.

These flowers have a fragrant smell.
These flowers smell with fragrance.

Her hearing is not very good nowadays.
She does not hear properly nowadays.

I had no intention to hurt you.
I am not intended to hurt you.

In the sentences given below, the nouns are replaced with adjectives.

She is a great beauty.
She is a beautiful girl.

There is a slight difference between the two shades.
The two shades are different from each other slightly.

Subodh was a man of great strength.
Subodh was a strong man.

The time you are given is decided by the length of your speech.
How long you speak decides the time you are given.

The Eiffel Tower is a monument of great historical importance.
The Eiffel Tower is a historically important monument.

In the sentences given below, the nouns are replaced with adverbs.

We cannot deny that Solomon dealt with the problem with great wisdom.
We cannot deny that Solomon dealt with the problem wisely.

He examined the document with care.
He examined the document carefully.

The children completed the exercise with ease.
The children completed the exercise easily.

The mother bird fed her chicks with love.
The mother bird fed her chicks lovingly.

We passed an hour in anxiety.
We passed an hour anxiously.



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