Transform Simple Sentences into Complex Sentences



Transform Simple Sentences into Complex Sentences :



Study the following sentences.

1. The news is too good to be true. (Simple Sentence)
2. The news is so good that it cannot be true. (Complex Sentence)

1. The poor man is too proud to beg.
2. The poor man is so proud that he cannot beg.

1. I am too old to be healthy.
2. I am so old that I cannot be healthy.

1. These fruits are too cheap to be sweet.
2. These fruits are so cheap that they cannot be sweet.

1. The statement is too evident to require proof.
2. The statement is so evident that it does not require proof.

1. The Inspector of Police is too intelligent not to see through your tricks.
2. The Inspector of Police is so intelligent that he will see through your tricks.

1. Her saree is too attractive not to get the attention of everyone.
2. Her saree is so attractive that it will get the attention of everyone.

1. The bag is too big not to be able to carry the book.
2. The bag is so big that it can carry the book.

1. It is never too late to turn a new leaf in life.
2. It is never so late that one cannot turn a new leaf in life.

1. I am not too old to be the Prime Minister of India.
2. I am not so old that I can be Prime Minister of India.

Too to (means) so that not.

Transform means to change completely the sentence structure without changing the meaning. It may be noted that in the transformation, simple sentences have become complex.

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