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Transformation of Sentences

10th Class - CBSE - English - 1701 Questions - 0 Concepts

Important Questions

Q1 Single Correct Hard
Rewrite using the verb form of the underlined noun:

He rejected all our proposals.
  • A. He rejected all our proposies.
  • B. He rejected all our proposalments.
  • C. He rejected to all that we proposefully put.
  • D. He rejected all that we proposed.

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Q2 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

All loved me for money. You didn't.
  • A. You but all loved me for money.
  • B. You didn't love me for money but...
  • C. All loved me for money but you didn't.
  • D. All but you loved me for money.

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Q3 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

Everybody applied for the test. Ram's brother did not.
  • A. Everybody applied for the test but Ram's brother did not apply.
  • B. Ram's brother applied for the test but he did not appear.
  • C. Nobody applied for the test but for Ram's brother.
  • D. Everybody but Ram's brother applied for the test.

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Q4 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

Jessica would wear a mini-skirt at a formal dinner. Nobody would do that.
  • A. Everybody would wear a mini-skirt but Jessica at a formal dinner.
  • B. Jessica would wear a mini-skirt at a formal dinner but...
  • C. Nobody but Jessica wouldn't wear a mini-skirt at a formal dinner.
  • D. Nobody but Jessica would wear a mini-skirt at a formal dinner.

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Q5 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

Nobody can explain it. Only you can.
  • A. You cannot explain it.
  • B. Nobody can explain it but you can do that.
  • C. Everybody can explain it.
  • D. Nobody but you can explain it.

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Q6 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition.

She took everything on holiday with her. She forgot to take the kitchen-sink.
  • A. She forgot the kitchen sink but took everything else with her.
  • B. She didn't take the kitchen-sink but...
  • C. She took everything on holiday with her.
  • D. She took everything but the kitchen-sink on holiday with her.

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Q7 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using the preposition 'but'.

Everybody can enter the cafe. The children cannot.
  • A. The children but everybody can enter the cafe.
  • B. Everybody can enter the cafe but the children cannot.
  • C. No one can enter the cafe.
  • D. Everybody but the children can enter the cafe.

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Q8 Single Correct Hard
Join the sentences using 'but' as preposition:

The company does work. It takes only cash for it.
  • A. Cash is but nothing that the company works for.
  • B. The company takes everything but for the cash.
  • C. The company which takes cash works but .
  • D. The company takes nothing but cash for the work it does.

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Q9 Single Correct Hard
Join the following sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

Tell everyone what happened. Don't tell Sally.
  • A. Tell everyone but don't tell Sally what happened.
  • B. Tell Sally what happened.
  • C. Tell not Sally but what happened.
  • D. Tell everyone but Sally what happened.

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Q10 Single Correct Hard
Join the sentences using 'but' as a preposition:

He left the house this morning. He was wearing only a hat and shoes.
  • A. He left the house this morning but with a hat.
  • B. But with shoes he left the house.
  • C. Everybody but he left the house with a hat.
  • D. He left the house this morning wearing nothing but a hat and shoes.

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