Monday, 24 December 2007

CHANGE OF EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES INTO ASSERTIVES


CHANGE OF EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES

INTO ASSERTIVES


A sentence that expresses strong feelings of mind ( of joy, sorrow, surprise, wonder, pain or fear) is called an "Exclamatory Sentence’.

These sentences are given for conversion into Assertive.

Placing the Subject in the opening of the sentence followed by its verb and complements these sentences are changed into Assertives.



How stupid of him to say that!
Ans.: It is very stupid of him to say that.


How clever she is !
Ans.: She is very clever.


How wise you are!
Ans.: You are very wise.


What a sweet fragrance!
Ans.: It is indeed sweet frangrance.


How intelligent Narendra was!
Ans.: Narendra was very intelligent.


What a powerful concentration of mind Narendra had!
Ans.: Narendra had a very powerful concentration of mind.


What an extraordinary soul Ramkrishna was!
Ans.: Ramakrishna was really an extraordinary soul.


How kind Dr. Sarabhai was to his employees!
Ans.: Dr. Srabhai was very kind to his employees.


What a fine spinner Chandrashekar was!
Ans.: Chandrashekar was a very fine spinner.


How foolish we are to send missionaries to this learned nation!
Ans.: We are really very foolish to send missionaries to

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