Sunday, November 11, 2012

Practice Transformation of Sentences for SSC Exam


 1.
(a) People in general are fond of glittering things (Complex). They are the lovers of surface. (b) They are concerned with the outer show of things and beings (active). They do not bother about intrinsic value. (c) Gold is a metal which is very precious (Simple). (d) But there are some other metals looking like gold (Compound). (e) They fade soon and lose their beauty (Simple).
2.
Success will not come to one’s life automatically. (a) Do you know it? (Passive) (b) An industrious boy will shine in life (Complex). (c) A life with an assignment is an actual life (Negative). (d) None can receive any reward unless he works hard (Simple). (e) One cannot be successful without it (Interrogative).
Answer Sheet:
1.(a) People in general are fond of things which glitter/are glittering. (b) The outer show of things and beings concerns them. (c) Gold is a very precious metal. (d) But there are some other metals and they look like gold. (e) Fading soon they lose their beauty.
2.(a) Is it known to you? (b) A boy who is industrious will shine in life. (c) A life without an assignment is not an actual life (d) None can receive any reward without working hard (e) Can one be successful without it?

4.
(a) No other problem in Bangladesh is as great as illiteracy (Comparative). Most of the people of our country cannot read or write. (b) So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is very poor (Negative). (c) It is too poor to imagine (Complex). (d) It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate (Interrogative). (e) The government has taken necessary steps to eradicate illiteracy (Passive).
5.
Ratan is my brother. (a) He is a regular student of class ten (Negative). (b) He is the best boy in the class (Comparative). (c) He wants to be a good teacher in future (Complex). For this reason he works very hard. (d) He learns his lessons when it is time to learn (Simple). (e) He is loved by his friend, teachers and all (Active).
6.
Bangladesh is a small country but has a vast population. (a) Very few countries in the world are as populous as Bangladesh (Comparative). Most of the people here live in the villages. (b) People, who live in the villages are mainly farmers (Simple). (c) The farmers work hard to support themselves (Complex). (d) They are honest and pious (Negative). (e) They should be taken care of by the government (Active).
7.
(a) We should read books to gain knowledge (Complex). (b) Books introduce us to the realm of knowledge (Passive). (c) The books of great writer contain noble thoughts and great ideas (Interrogative). (d) If we read books, we can enrich our minds (Compound/Simple). The reading of books brings perfection in our life, and there is no alternative to reading books. (e) Books are the greatest friends (Positive/Comparative).
8.
(a) Everybody believes that education is the backbone of a nation (Simple). (b) No nation can prosper neglecting education (Complex). (c) It is more powerful than anything else (Superlative). (d) Only education gives us the light of knowledge (Negative). (e) So everybody should realize it (Passive).
Answer Sheet:
4.(a) Illiteracy is greater than any other problem in Bangladesh.
(b) So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is not rich at all.
(c) It is so poor that it cannot be imagine.
(d) Isn’t it the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate.
(e) Necessary steps have been taken by the government to eradicate illiteracy.
5. (a) He is not an irregular student of class ten.
(b) He is better than any other boy in the class.
(c) He wants that he will be a good teacher in future.
(d) He learns his lessons at the time of learning.
(e) His friend, teachers and all love him.
6. Bangladesh is more populous than most other countries in the world.
(b) People living in the villages are mainly farmers.
(c) The farmers work hard so that they may support themselves.
(d) They are not dishonest and impious.
(e) The government should take care of them.
7. (a) We should read books so that we may gain knowledge.
(b) We are introduced to the realm of knowledge by books.
(c) Don’t the books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas? (d) We read books and thus we enrich our minds./By reading books we can enrich our minds.
(e) No other friends are as great as books./Books are greater than any other friend.
8. (a) Everybody believes education to be the backbone of a nation
(b) No nation can prosper if they neglect education
(c) It is the most powerful thing. (d) Nothing but education gives us the light of knowledge. (e) So it should be realized

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