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Right form of verb

01. The boy (play) football.

02. The sun (rise) in the east.
03. A good boy (prepare) his lessons regularly.
04. The girl not (sing) a song.
05. What you (do) now?
06. They (watch) TV at this moment.
07. We have (make) him captain.
08. I (see) him recently/just now/already.
09. He (leave) him last night/yesterday.
10. No sooner had he (see) the police than he (run) away.
11. It was many years since they first (meet).
12. The patient (die) before the doctor came.
13. The patient died after the doctor (come).
14. I saw him (go).
15. You had better (to go) home.
16. I will not let you (to enter) the class room.
17. Would that I (go) to college.
18. He ran away having (take) the money.
19. The principal desired the notice to be (hang).
20. I went to the library with a view to (read) there.
21. It is high time he (change) his bad habits.
22. He talks as though/if he (to be) a leader.
23. He speaks as though/if he (know) everything.
24. He proceeded as though/if I not (speak).
25. One of the boys (be) absent yesterday.
26. He can (do) the work.
27. He said that he (go) home next day.
28. The book was (steal).
29. If he works hard, he (shine) in life.
30. If I had a typewriter, I (type) myself.
31. If I had seen him, I (tell) him the matter.
32. Had I been a king, I (help) the poor.
33. If I were a bird, I (fly) in the sky.
34. I (read) for three hours.
35. I got/have/had the work (do) by him.
36. He ran first lest he (miss) the train.
37. While (walk) in the garden, a snake bit him.
38. While he (walk) in the garden, a snake bit him.
39. The color of his eyes (be) blue.
40. Fifty miles (be) a long way.
41. There (be) two high schools in our village.
42. He never (eat) meat.
43. He (need) not wait for me.
44. As I (to go) school, I could not play.
45. I (go) to buy a book.
46. I let the other boys (to use) it.
47. The rich (be) not always happy.
48. I can not go without (know) her.
49. I (to take) tea every often.
50. He goes there after I (return) home.
51. I Shall read in a college after I (leave) the school.
52. After the children (go) to bed, she always (tell) them a story.
53. I clean/shall clean my teeth when I (get) up.
54. We worked hard that we (pass).
Transformation of sentences
Affirmative to negative
01. Only Allah can help us.
02. A child likes only sweets.
03. He is only ten.
04. We must obey our parents.
05. He took coffee and ice-cream.
06. Every mother loves her child.
07. As soon as the thief saw the police, he ran away.
08. He is the best boy in the class.
09. I shall remember you.
10. I always agreed with him.
11. He too weak to go.
12. Jim and Della were as wise the Magi.
13. The sun sets in the west.
14. A day laborer is sometimes happy.
15. There are many students in the class.
16. I have a few friends.
17. I have a little rice.
18. He has much money.
Assertive to interrogative
01. We can do the work.
02. He is not a good student.
03. They play football.
04. I never drink tea.
05. There was nothing to do.
06. Everybody wishes to be happy.
07. Every man hates war.
08. No one can do this.
09. There is no use of this law.
10. There is no man happier than Jamal.
11. It does not matter if we lose the game.
Exclamatory to assertive
01. What a fine bird it is!
02. Hurrah! We have won the game.
03. Alas! He has failed.
04. If I were a king!
05. Had I the wings of a bird!
06. Had I been a king!
07. Would that I could be a child again.
Assertive to imperative
01. You should do the work.
02. You do not go out.
03. You should never tell a lie.
04. She sings a song.
05. We do not hate the poor.
06. Nabil does not tell a lie.
Complex to simple
01.Since/as/when the thief saw the police, he ran away.
02. When the mutton chop arrived, she took me to task.
03. Since/when the meeting was over, we went back home.
Compound to complex & simple:
1. The writer was poor and could not buy a car.
≈Since the writer was poor, he could not buy a car.
≈Because of his being poor/poverty/being poor, the
could not buy a car.
2. The sun had set