Transform Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences



Transform Affirmative Sentences into Negative Sentences :



Study the following Sentences.

1. Rama loved Sita. (Affirmative)
2. Rama was not without love for Sita. (Negative)

1. My wife is greater than I. (Affirmative)
2. I am not so great as my wife. (Negative)

1. He is richer than I. (Affirmative)
2. I am not as rich as he. (Negative)

1. I know him quite as well as you do. (Affirmative)
2. You do not know him better than I do. (Negative)

1. A wise- enemy is better than a foolish friend. (Affirmative)
2. A foolish friend is not as good as a wise enemy. (Negative)

1. Indira Gandhi was the greatest Prime Minister that ever ruled India. (Affirmative)
2. No other Prime Minister was as great as Indira Gandhi ever ruled India. (Negative)

1. She did not live many years in this town. (Negative)
2. She lived only a few years in this town. (Affirmative)

1. The two sisters are not unlike each other. (Negative)
2. The two sisters are very much like each other. (Affirmative)

1. She promised never to drink. (Negative)
2. She promised to abstain from drinking. (Positive)

1. I am not a little tired. (Negative)
2. I am very fresh. (Positive)

We can just change the sentence structure. But it may be rather difficult to get the spirit of the original sentence. For example "Brutus loved Caesar" does not mean, "Brutus was not without love for Caesar." These exercises are more for strengthening one's vocabulary.

Affirmative : (Adjective) – saying or meaning YES
The manager answered in the affirmative.

Negative : (Adjective) - saying or meaning NO
The Director gave me a negative answer to my request.

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