80+ Changing Sentences Exercise For JSC Questions with Solutions

Changing Sentences Exercise For JSC Questions

1.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.

        (a) Rana is one of the meritorious boys in our class. (Make it a positive sentence.) (b) He is always attentive in the class. (Make it a negatvie sentence without changing meaning.) (c) He is never disobedient to his teachers. (Make it an affirmative sentence.) (d) No other boys in our class is as popular as Rana. (Make it a superlative sentence.) (e) A boy like him is always loved by all. (Make it an interrogative sentence.)

2.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        Bangladesh is a land of rivers. (a) The Padma is one of the biggest rivers in Bangladesh. (Comparative) (b) It is called the river of destruction (Active) (c) The river is very turbulent. (Negative) (d) Everybody knows this. (Interrogative) (e) Tourists from home and abroad visit its shore. (Passive)

3.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a)   No other thing is as useful as computer. (Superlative)

        (b)   Every student needs computer. (Negative)

        (c)   A poor student cannot buy it. (Interrogative)

        (d)   It is one of the greatest inventions of science. (Positive)

        (e)   It was not invented overnight. (Active)

4.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a) Everybody works hard to gain his object. (Negative) (b) Life is nothing but a struggle. (Interrogative) (c) Who does not want to succeed in life? (Assertive) (d) Industry brings success. (Passive) (e) Industry is the most important secret for shining in life. (Positive)

5.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a)   The bee is a very industrious insect (Negative).

        (b)   Very few insects are as industrious as the bee (Comparative).

        (c)   It flies from flower to flower to collect honey (Interrogative).

        (d)   In winter, it does not remain active (Affirmative).

        (e) We should follow the life of a bee (Passive).

6.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a)   Mr. Jamal is the wisest man in the village. (Comparative)

        (b)   He is sincere. (Negative)

        (c)   He leads a simple life. (Interrogative)

        (d)   Nobody dislikes him (Affirmative)

        (e)   We should follow him. (Passive)

7.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a)   Akash is one of the most brilliant students in his class. (Make it comparative)

        (b)   He is very attentive to his studies. (Make it Negative)

        (c)   He is never late to go to school. (Make it affirmative)

        (d)   He goes to school regularly. (Make it Interrogative)

        (e)   Who does not love him very much? (Make it Assertive)

8.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a)   Very few metals are as useful as iron. (Superlative)

        (b)   It is used for construction purpose. (Active)

        (c)   Bangladesh imports iron from other countries. (Interrogative)

        (d)   It is a heavy metal. (Negative)

        (e)   There is no building without iron. (Affirmative)

9.     Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets :

        (a) Mr. Rahman is the oldest man in out village. (Make it positive) (b) But he is not inactive at all. (Make it affirmative without changing meaning) (c) He always gets up early. (Make it interrogative) (d) He is wiser than any other man in our area. (Make it superlative) (e) He is always respected by all. (Make it active)

10.  Rewrite the following in the reported speech. (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        “Oh my Lord, please don’t kill the child,” said the woman. “Let her have him,” the king said. “Now everything is clear to me.” Pointing to the woman, he said to the servant, “Give her the child. She is the mother of the baby.”

11.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (P. N. Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        (a)   The Jamuna is one of the biggest rivers (Comparative).

        (b)   During summer it becomes shrunken (Interrogative).

        (c)   It is very graceful during the rainy season (Exclamatory).

        (d)   However, doesn’t the Jamuna cause floods and erosion at times? (Assertive)

        (e)   Then it does not look calm at all (Affirmative).

12.  Change the sentences as directed in the brackets. (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

        (a) Pahela Boishakh is celebrated with traditional festivities across the country. (Active) (b) No other day is celebrated so gorgeously as the day. (Comparative) (c) In keeping with the age old tradition, traders and shopkeepwers open halkhata. (Interrogative) (d) National dailies cannot but bring out special supplements on the day. (Affirmative) (e) The procession brought out by the teachers and students of the Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University is very colourful. (Exclamatory)

13.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

        (a)   There are many problems in Dhaka (Interrogative).

        (b)   It is more populous than any other city in the world (Positive).

        (c)   Day-to-day life in Dhaka is expensive (Negative).

        (d)   Price hike is one of the biggest problems to the people (Comparative).

        (e)   The government should take necessary measures to control price hike (Passive).

14.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        (a) Health is wealth (Interrogative). (b) A healthy poor man is happier than a sick moneyed man (Positive). (c) A healthy man is an asset to his family (Negative). (d) None should be indifferent to his health (Affirmative). (e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health (Comparative).

15.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        (a) very few problems in Bangladesh are as great as illiteracy (make it Comparative). Most of our people cannot read or write. (b) So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is very poor (make it Negative). (c) It is so poor that we cannot imagine it (make it Affirmative). (d) It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate (Interrogative). (e) Necessary steps have been taken to eradicate illiteracy (Active).

16.  Do as directed. (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        (a)   Cox’s Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world (Positive).

        (b)   Very few places in our country are as charming as it (Comparative).

        (c)   People enjoy its beauty very much (Passive).

        (d)   Our government is going to take some steps to make it more attractive (Interrogative).

        (e)   Who doesn’t want to visit the place? (Assertive)

17.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

        (a)   Anger is nothing but a vice (Affirmative).

        (b)   It always begets the worst (Negative).

        (c)   Anger is one of the most inhuman vices (Positive).

        (d)   We should control it for our own sake (Imperative).

        (e)   An angry man is disliked by everybody (Active).

18.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka)    

        (a) We must read books to gain knowledge (Negative). (b) Books introduce us to the realm of knowledge (Passive voice). (c) The books of great writers contain noble thoughts (Interrogative). (d) Nothing but books can give us immense pleasure (Affirmative). (e) We should read books to enrich our minds (Imperative).

19.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)         

        (a) We must read books to gain knowledge (Make it negative using help). (b) Books introduce us to the realm of knowledge (Make it passive). (c) The books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas (Make it interrogative). (d) Without reading books, we cannot enrich our minds (make it affirmative). The reading of books brings perfection in our life, and there is no alternative to reading books. (e) Books are the greatest friends (Make it comparative).

20.  Change the sentences as directed in the brackets. (Dhaka Residential Model College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Exclamatory).

        (b)   People of all ages love this game (Passive).

        (c)   At present, cricket is one of the most popular games in our country (Comparative).

        (d)   Cricket is a costly game (Interrogative).

        (e)   In Bangladesh its standard is not high (Affirmative).

21.  Change the sentences as directed in brackets. (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        (a) Today corruption is a very familiar term in Bangladesh (Negative). (b) Corruption is the most dreadful weapon to destroy a society (Positive). (c) It lies in every phase of our society (Interrogative). (d) Some drastic steps have been taken against corruption (Active). (e) Social awareness is very essential to resist corruption (Exclamatory).

22.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)

        (a) A cunning fox was passing through a forest (Interrogative). (b) The fox was thirsty and was looking for water (Imperative). (c) It could not find any source of water (Affirmative). (d) No other alternative was found by it (Active). (e) It seemed to the fox that it was the most unhappy animal in the world (Comparative).

23.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

        (a)   My first day at school is one of the most memorable days in my life (Positive).

        (b)   I will never forget this day (Affirmative).

        (c)   Every student passed the day amidst excitement (Interrogative).

        (d)   It was a very excellent experience in my life (Exclamatory).

        (e)   The day still haunts me like a possion (Passive).

24.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.

        Monipur Uchcha Vidyalaya & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)               

        (a) Sajid is a good student. (Interrogative) He always reads attentively. (b) He never neglects his lesson (Affirmative). He is always sincere to make a good result in the examination. (c) He is one of the most brilliant students in his class (Positive). (d) He behaves amiably with others. (Exclamatory). (e) He is liked by all. (Active)

25.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)     

        (a) We must read books to gain knowledge (Negative). (b) Books introduce us to the realm of the knowledge (Passive). (c) The books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas (Interrogative). (d) Without reading books, we cannot enrich our minds. (Affirmative). (e) Books are the greatest friends (Positive).

26.  Change the following sentences according to directions.

        The Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)              

        (a)   Traffic jam is a common affair in big cities and towns. (Interrogative)

        (b)   It is one of the greatest problems. (Positive)

        (c)   The causes of traffic jam are many. (Negative)

        (d)   The drivers often do not obey the traffic rules. (Affirmative)

        (e)   Necessary steps should be taken to remove traffic jam. (Active)

27.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)

        (a)   What a useful thing a computer is! (Affirmative)

        (b)   Every student needs computer. (Negative)

        (c)   A poor student cannot buy it. (Interrogative)

        (d)   It is one of the greatest inventions of science. (Positive)

        (e)   It was not invented overnight. (Active)

28.  Change the following sentences according to directions.

        Cantonment Public School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)       

        (a)   Sher Shah was on fo the greatest warriors in history (Comparative)

        (b)   Humayun had been defeated by him (Active).

        (c)   Humayun fled towards Arga (Interrogative)

        (d)   He stopped for a short time at Agra and Delhi (Negative).

        (e)   Very few emperors were as knowledgeable as he (Superlative).

29.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Exclamatory).

        (b)   People of all ages love this game (Passive).

        (c)   At present, cricket is one of the most popular games in our country (Comparative).

        (d)   Cricket is a very costly game (Interrogative).

        (e)   In Bangladesh its standard is not high (Affirmative).

30.  Change the following sentences according to directions.

        (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

        (a)   A flower is very beautiful (Make it negative without changing the meaning).

        (b)   It is the loveliest thing of nature (Make it positive).

        (c)   Everybody likes flowers (Make it an interrogative sentences).

        (d)   We use it to decorate our houses (Make it passive).

        (e)   So e cannot but cultivate flowers (Make affirmative).

31.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.

        (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan.)

        (a)   Corruption is the most dangerous weapon to destroy a society (Positive).

        (b)   It lies in every phase of our society (Interrogative).

        (c)   It paralyses the whole nation (Passive).

        (d)   The persons in the high rank of the society are not involved in corruption (Affirmative).

        (e)   Social awareness is very essential to resist corruption (Exclamatory).

32.  Change the following sentences according to directions.

        (Gaibandha Govt. Girls’ High School, Gaibandha)

        (a)   Have you ever heard the name of the philosopher Socrates? (Assertive).

        (b)   He was born in Greece.

        (c)   Very few philosophers are as famous as Socrates in Greece (Superlative).

        (d)   His method of teaching inspired the young people (Interrogative).

        (e)   Would that I were a great philosopher like Socrates! (Assertive)

33.  Change the following sentences according to directions.

        (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ HIgh School, Gaibandha)

        (a)   Cox’s Bazar is the longest sea-beach in the world (Positive degree).

        (b)   Everybody knows this (Interrogative).

        (c)   Tourists from home and abroad visit this beach (Passive voice).

        (d)   They are highly delighted at the natural beauty of this place (Active voice).

        (e)   Our government is active to make it more attractive (Negative).

34.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

        (a)   Gold is one of the most precious metal (Make it a positive statement).

        (b)   It is possessed by wealthy persons (Make it active).

        (c)   Most women like it (Make it a negative statement).

        (d)   It looks very appealing (Make it exclamatory).

        (e)   Who doesn’t like it? (Make it an affirmative statement).

35.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)

        (a)   No other king was as great as Akbar (Superlative).

        (b)   He was wiser than most other kings (Positive).

        (c)   He welcomed wise men to his court (passive).

        (d)   People from all over the world gathered at his court (Interrogative).

        (e)   There were nine famous wise men in his court (Negative).

36.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.

        (Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls; High School, Mymensingh)

        We achieved our freedom in 1971. (a) We are proud of our freedom fighters (Interrogative). (b) Their contribution will never be forgotten (Affirmative). They were inspired by the common people. (c) Their sacrifice is greater than any other thing (Positive). (d) But today many of them lead a very miserable life (Negative). (e) Proper initiatives may improve their condition (Passive).

37.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

        (a)   Very few discoverers wers as famous as Columbus (Superlative).

        (b)   He passed his early life in sorrow (Negative).

        (c)   They come here to enjoy themselves (Interrogative).

        (d)   Cox’s Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world (Positive).

        (e)   Beware of pick-pockets (Assertive).

38.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        Industry is the key to success. (a) No one can prosper in life without industry (Affirmative). (b) We have to work for our prosperity (Interrogative). (c) Only the industrious people can change the lot of a nation (Negative). (d) Women can contribute to our development as much as men (Comparative). (e) So, female education is one of the most important matters now (Positive).

39.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

        (a) Polythene is a popular carrying bag (Negative). (b) It is not useful for soil (Affirmative). (c) It is one of the most dangerous pollutants (Comparative). (d) It is more destructive than arsenic (Positive). (e) We must avoid using it (Interrogative).

40.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Rajshahi)

        Morning walk is very pleasant. (a) It makes us strong and healthy (Passive). (b) Walking in the morning is a good habit (Negative). (c) It is the best kind of exercise for all classes of people (Positive). Morning air is fresh and cool. (d) It bears a good effect on both body and mind (Interrogative). In the morning nature is calm and quiet. (e) It gives a good start of our day’s work (Interrogative).

41.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra)

        (a) Health is wealth (Interrogative). (b) A healthy poor man is happier than a sick moneyed man (Positive). (c) A healthy man is not a liability to his family (Affirmative). (d) Everybody must be conscious of health (Negative). (e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health (Comparative).

42.  Change the following passage as directed in the brackets. (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        We are human beings. (a) All men must die (Negative). (b) It matters a little if a man lives many years or not (Interrogative). (c) Our life is not measured by months or years (Active). (d) The people living only for their own interest are not real human beings (Affirmative). (e) Their life is not better than that of a beast (Positive).

43.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        (a) The Royal Bengal Tigers are more famous than few other animals in the world (Positive). (b) It is seen in the Sundarbans (Active). (c) All know it for its ferocity (Passive). (d) Their number is decreasing (Negative). (e) We all should be aware of our precious wild animals (Interrogative).

44.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

        (a)   Truthfulness is the greatest of all virtues (Positive).

        (b)   It makes us honorable in the society (Negative).

        (c)   It brings peace in mind (Interrogative).

        (d)   Truthfulness makes us faithful and reliable (Passive).

        (e)   A liar rich man is not as respected as a truthful poor man (Comparative).

45.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

        (a) Health is wealth (Interrogative). (b) A healthy poor man is happier than a sick moneyed man (c) A healthy man is not a liability to his family (Affirmative). (d) Everybody must be conscious of health (Negative). (e) No other thing in the world is as valuable as health (Comparative).

46.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

        (a)   Anger begets nothing but the worst (Make it affirmative).

        (b)   It is one of the most inhuman traits (Make it positive).

        (c)   So we should control it for our own sake (Make it passive).

        (d)   Everybody dislikes an angry man (Make it interrogative).

47.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

        (a) A mobile set is light to carry (Interrogative). (b) It is not expensive (Affirmative). (c) Only a wicked person person uses it for evil purpose (Passive). (d) It is used for different purposes (Active). (e) No other thing is as useful as a mobile set (Superlative).

48.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur)

        (a)   Cox’s Bazar sea beach is a beautiful place (Negative).

        (b)   It attracts many tourists every year (Passive).

        (c)   St. Martin is not far from Cox’s Bazar (Affirmative).

        (d)   Cox’s Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world (Positive).

        (e)   I have never been there alone (Interrogative).

49.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

        (a) A train journey is very enjoyable (Negative). (b) It is cheaper than any other journey (Positive). (c) All types of people enjoy this journey (Positive). (d) No other journey is as pleasant as a train journey (Comparative). (e) A train runs faster than a bus (Interrogative).

50.  Transform the following as directed. (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        (a)   Cheek the beast in you. (Assertive)

        (b)   The roads of Jessore are not wider than those of Dhaka. (Positive)

        (c)   Polythene is detrimental to soil, (Negative)

        (d)   We must avoid using it. (Passive)

        (e)   He did nothing for me. (Interrogative)

51.  Transform the following sentences as directed. (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        (a)   Never tell a lie. (passive)

        (b)   How fortunate the porter was! (assertive)

        (c)   I wish I had the wings of a dove. (exclamatory)

        (d)   Television is one of the most wonderful inventions of modern science. (positive)

        (e)   Come here. (passive)

52.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

        (a)   Mrs. Tahmina is a famous university teacher. (interrogative)

        (b)   Her style of teaching is different. (Negative)

        (c)   No other teacher in the university is so efficient as she. (Superlative)

        (d)   Everybody of the department honours her. (Negative)

        (e)   We should follow her ideals. (Imperative)

53.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        (a)   Very few insects are as busy as a bee. (Comparative)

        (b)   It lives together. (Negative)

        (c)   It flies from flower to flower and collects honey. (Interrogative)

        (d)   It stores honey in the hive. (Imperative)

        (e)   It leads a disciplined life. (Interrogative)

54.  Change the sentences as in the brackets. (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

        (a)   Very few metals are as useful as iron. (Superlative)

        (b)   It is used for construction purpose. (Active)

        (c)   Bangladesh imports iron. (Interrogative)

        (d)   It is a heavy metal. (Negative)

        (e)   There is no building without iron. (Affirmative)

55.  Change the following as directed in the brackets. (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        (a)   Arif is a regular student. (Exclamatory)

        (b)   He is very attentive to his studies. (Interrogative)

        (c)   No other student in the class is as good as he. (Superlative)

        (d)   He never disobeys his parents. (Affirmative)

        (e)   Everybody likes him. (Negative)

56.  Transform the underlined sentences as directed in the brackets. (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Exclamatory).

        (b)   They are found of watching “Twenty-twenty cricket” (Interrogative).

        (c)   The old sailor shot the albatross (Passive).

        (d)   He is as good as an honest man (Comparative).

        (e)   Everybody lives in society (Negative).

57.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        (a) Everybody works hard to gain his object (Negative). (b) Life is nothing but a struggle (Interrogative). (c) Who does not want to succeed in life? (Assertive). (d) Industry paves the way to success (Passive). (e) Industry is one of the most important secrets for shining in life (Comparative).

58.  Change the following sentences as directed in brackets. (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        (a)   Plato is the most revered of all philosophers of the western world (Positive).

        (b)   He lived in Athens (Interrogative).

        (c)   He established Lyceum to teach his disciples (Passive).

        (d)   He wanted all men to live in peace (Negative).

        (e)   He was a very kind hearted man (Exclamatory).

59.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        (a)   My first day at college is the most memorable day in my life (Positive).

        (b)   I will never forget this day (Passive).

        (c)   I passed the day amidst joy (Interrogative).

        (d)   What a thrilling experience it was! (Assertive).

        (e)   Life was enjoyed with a new zeal (Negative).

60.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Milestone College, Dhaka)

        (a)   No other thing is as useful as computer (Superlative).

        (b)   Every student needs computer (Negative).

        (c)   A poor student cannot buy it (Interrogative)

        (d)   It is one of the greatest inventions of science (Positive).

        (e)   It was not invented overnight (Active).

61.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Man must die (Negative).

        (b)   He is never late (Affirmative).

        (c)   There are many books here (Negative).

        (d)   He learns his lesson regularly (Interrogative).

        (e)   Who does not wish to be happy? (Assertive).

62.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a)   Everybody lives in society (Negative).

        (b)   So we should not disturb social order (Affirmative).

        (c)   We should fail to lead a peaceful life (Interrogative).

        (d)   It is more expected than many other things (Superlative).

        (e)   It is so much required (Exclamatory).

63.  Change the sentences as directed int eh brackets. (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Anger is a vice (Negative).

        (b)   It begets nothing but the worst (Affirmative).

        (c)   Anger is one of the most inhuman vices (Positive).

        (d)   So, we should control anger for our own sake (Passive).

        (e)   Nobody likes an angry man (Interrogative).

64.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Motijheel Govt. Girls’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a)   Mr. Ahmed alone lives in this house (Negative).

        (b)   I shall never forget your advice (Affirmative).

        (c)   Every man must die (Interrogative).

        (d)   There is no use of this law (Interrogative).

        (e)   He is better than any other boy in the class (negative).

65.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Man is mortal (Negative).

        (b)   He is the best creation of Allah (Positive).

        (c)   He cannot lead a long life (Affirmative).

        (d)   He is a very wonderful creation of the Almighty (Interrogative).

        (e)   Only Allah can help him (Passive).

66.  Read the following passage and transform the underlined as directed in the brackets. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        (a) Computer is one of the greatest inventions of modern science (Positive). (b) It renders great service to mankind (Passive). (c) A computer is a blessing on earth (Negative). (d) Though it is a blessing, it has dark sides. (d) Computers are now-a-days being used in almost every sphere by the people (Active). (e) You cannot but depend on it (Affirmative).

67.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Very few insects are as busy as a bee (Comparative).

        (b)   It lives together (Negative).

        (c)   It flies from flower to flower and collects honey (Interrogative).

        (d)   It stores honey in the hive (Passive).

        (e)   It leads a disciplined life (Exclamatory).

68.  Transform the following sentences. (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        (a)   Mohammad Muhsin was a kind man (Negative).

        (b)   He was a great man (Exclamatory).

        (c)   He inherited vast property from his father and sister (Interrogative).

        (d)   He did not marry (Affirmative).

        (e)   He spent money lavishly to help the poor (Passive).

69.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Hasan is not a dishonest farmer (Affirmative).

        (b)   He is one of the most miserable farmers in the village (Positive). He has a few pieces of land.

        (c)   They cannot be cultivated properly (Active).

        (d)   He and his family members always live in wants (Negative).

        (e)   He leads a happy life (Negative).

70.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Exclamatory).

        (b)   People of all ages enjoy this game (Interrogative).

        (c)   At present, cricket is the most popular game in our country (Positive).

        (d)   Cricket is a very costly game (Negative).

        (e)   But its standard is not high (Affirmative).

71.  Change the following sentences as directed in brackets. (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        (a)   A book fair creates a sense of interest for books (Passive).

        (b)   It was a very interesting book (Exclamatory).

        (c)   A healthy man is the happiest man in the world (Positive).

        (d)   Very few insects are as busy as a bee (Comparative).

        (e)   Health is both the soundness of body and the soundness of mind (Negative).

72.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets.

        (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

        (a)   Our Independence Day occupies the most important day in life (Comparative).

        (b)   The valiant fighters fought bravely (Interrogative).

        (c)   Our freedom fighters are braver than most other persons (Positive).

        (d)   There was nobody but supported the freedom fighters (Affirmative).

        (e)   Our freedom fighters cannot be forgotten (Active).

73.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

        (a)   Stephen Hawking was born in an educated family (Negative).

        (b)   He is the greatest scientist after Einstein (Comparative).

        (c)   People said that he received many awards (Passive).

        (d)   He is not physically fit (Affirmative).

        (e)   Very few scientists are as famous as the (Superlative).

74.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        (a)   We don’t usually see cuckoo near to the human habitats (Affirmative).

        (b)   In spring it sings day and night (Interrogative).

        (c)   They are very shy (Exclamatory).

        (d)   The cuckoo is less clever than the crow (Positive).

        (e)   How interesting the fact of cuckoo’s laying egg in the nest of the crow is! (Assertive)

75.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

        (a)   I have a red cow (Passive).

        (b)   The cow is more beautiful than the goat that I also have (Positive).

        (c)   It gives only one calf at a time (Negative).

        (d)   The calf looks very beautiful (Negative).

        (e)   Cow’s milk is an ideal food (Interrogative).

76.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Bindubasini Govt. Boys’ High School, Gangail)

        (a)   The crow is the most common of all birds in Bangladesh (Make it comparative).

        (b)   It is ugly to look at (Make it a negative sentence without changing its meaning).

        (c)   The raven is bigger than the carrion (Make it positive). But the carrion is more common than the raven. The crow is of some use to us.

        (d)   It keeps the environment clean (Make it passive).

        (e)   Nobody likes it (Make it an interrogative sentence).

77.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Bindubasini Govt. Girls’ High School, Tangail)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Exclamatory).

        (b)   People of all ages enjoy the game (Passive).

        (c)   At present, cricket is the most popular game in our country (Comparative).

        (d)   Cricket is enjoyed not only by the young but also by the old (Affirmative).

        (e)   Bangladesh is a test playing country but its standard is very low (Negative).

78.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        (a)   We are human beings (Interrogative).

        (b)   All men must die (Negative).

        (c)   It matters a little if a man lives many years or not (Interrogative).

        (d)   Our life cannot be measured by months or years (Active).

        (e)   The life of the people is not better than that of a beast (Positive).

79.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

        (a)   Power crisis is one of the most common problems in Bangladesh (Comparative).

        (b)   It hampers every sphere of our daily works (Interrogative).

        (c)   Some steps have been taken to solve this problem (Active).

        (d)   If we are honest in using it, the problem can be solved (Negative).

        (e)   Social awareness is very essential in this regard (Exclamatory).

80.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        (a)   Cricket is a very exciting game (Interrogative).

        (b)   People of all ages enjoy this game (Passive).

        (c)   Cricket is the most popular game in Bangladesh (Positive).

        (d)   Cricket is not a cheap game (Affirmative).

        (e)   The performance of Bangladesh is satisfactory (Negative).

81.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

        (a)   The Taj Mahal is one of the greatest wonders of the world (Comparative).

        (b)   Shah Jahan, the Mughal Emperor built it (Passive). After so many years its beauty remains unchanged.

        (c)   It is certainly a mansterpiece of architecture (Interrogative).

        (d)   It is an incomparable creation (Negative).

        (e)   It looks very shining on the Jamuna (Exclamatory).

82.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

        (a)   A flower is a wonderful gift of nature (Exclamatory).

        (b)   Who does not like flowers? (Statement).

        (c)   Flowers are used on different occasions (Active).

        (d)   The rose is the best of all flowers (Positive).

        (e)   It has both charm and commercial value (Negative).

83.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Kushtia Zilla School, Khshtia)

        Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. (a) It is the most densely populated city in the world (Negative). (b) It is not so far from Kushtia as from Khulna (Comparative). (c) It is regarded as the city of mosques (Active). Everyday a lot of people are migrating from their villages to Dhaka. (d) As a result, the number of floating people is increasing very quickly in the city (Exclamatory). (e) At present, Dhaka is nothing but a city of dirt and filth (Interrogative).

84.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

        (a)   Gold is the most precious metal (Positive).

        (b)   It is bought by the wealthy persons (Active).

        (c)   Every woman likes it (Negative).

        (d)   The price of gold is increasing day by day (Interrogative).

        (e)   Who does not like gold? (Affirmative).

85.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        (a)   The Sundarban is the biggest in Bangladesh (Positive).

        (b)   Many people visit the Sundarban (Passive).

        (c)   Only the tiger is ferocious animal in the Sundarban (Negative).

        (d)   The scenery of Sundarban is very charming (Exclamatory).

        (e)   We should protect this forest (Imperative).

86.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Sathkira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        (a)   The Royal Bengal Tigers are the most famous animals in the world (Positive).

        (b)   It is seen in the Sundarbans (Negative).

        (c)   All know it for ferocity (Passive).

        (d)   The number is decreasing (negative).

        (e)   We all should be aware of our precious wild animals (Interrogative).

87.  Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. (Satkhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

        (a)   Sher Shah was one of the greatest warriors in history (Comparative).

        (b)   Humayun had been defeated by him (Active).

        (c)   Humayun fled towards Agra (Interrogative).

        (d)   He stopped for a short time at Agra and Delhi (Negative).

        (e)   Very few emperors were as knowledgeable as he (Superlative).

Changing Sentences Exercise For JSC Questions Solutions

1.     Change sentences

        (a) Very few meritorious boys are as meritorious as Rana.

        (b) He is never inattentive in the class.

        (c)  He is always obedient to his teachers.

        (d) He is the most popular of all the boys in our class.

        (e)  Isn’t a boy like him always loved by all?

2.     Change sentences

        (a) The Padma is bigger than most other rivers in Bangladesh. (one of _vK‡j – most other nq)

        (b) We call it the river of destruction.      

        (c) The river is not calm.                  

        (d) Who knows this? [Everybody / Everyone _vK‡j who nq|]            

        (e) Its shore is visited by tourists from home and abroad.                       

3.     Change sentences

        (a) Computer is the most useful thing.   

        (b) There is no student but needs computer. (Every _vK‡j negative-G There is no .. but nq)

        (c) Can any poor student buy it? (cannot _vK‡j can any nq)                    

        (d) Very few inventions in the world are as great as it.      

        (e) Men did not invent it overnight. (was not _vKv‡Z, did not n‡jv)    

4.     Change sentences

        (a)   Nobody work less to gain his object. A_ev

            There is nobody but works hard to gain his object.

        Þ    †Kv‡bv ev‡K¨ Everybody / Every / Everyone _vK‡j Gi e`‡j negative-G There is nobody / no one / no mother but nq|

        (b)   Is life only a struggle? A_ev Is life without a struggle?

        Þ    nothing but _vK‡j negative I interrogative-G only n‡e| Avevi only _vK‡j negative-G nothing but n‡e|

(c)   Everybody want to succeed in life.

Þ    Who does not _vK‡j assertive-G Everybody / Everyone BZ¨vw` nq|

        (d)   Success is brought by Industry.

        (e)   No other secret is so important as industry for shining in life.

5.     Change sentences

        (a) The bee is not inactive / lazy insect at all. (very _vK‡j at all nq)

        (b) The bee is more industrious than most other insects. (very few _vK‡j most other nq)

        (c) Doesn’t it fly from flower to flow to collect honey?

        (d) In winter, it remains inactive.

        (e) The life of a bee should be followed by us. 

6.     Change sentences

        (a)   Mr. Jamal is wiser than any other men in the village. 

        (b)   He is not insincere.             

                [Note: †Kv‡bv evK¨‡K negative Ki‡Z not ewm‡q g~j kãwU‡K wecixZ k‡ã iƒcvšÍi K‡i wjL‡Z nq]

        (c)   Doesn’t he lead a simple life?

        (d)   Everybody likes him. [†Kv‡bv ev‡K¨ Nobody _vK‡j Every body wj‡L H evK¨‡K affirmative Ki‡Z nq| Zvi mv‡_ g~j verb †hgb, dislike / dishonour cÖf„wZ‡K wecixZ k‡ã iƒcvšÍi Ki‡j evK¨wU mwVK I A_©‡evaK nq]

        (e)   He should be followed by to us.

7.     Change sentences

        (a) Akash is more brilliant than most other students in his class.

        (b) He is not inattentive at all in his studies.

        (c) He is always punctual to go to school.                   

        (d) Doesn’t he go to school regularly?      [Note: goes _vKv‡Z Does n‡jv]

        (e) Everybody loves him very much.

8.     Change sentences

        (a) Iron is one of the most useful metals.

        Þ Very few _vK‡j one of nq| Avi one of _vK‡j very few (LyeB Kg msL¨K) nq|

        (b) We use it for construction purpose                    

        (c) Doesn’t Bangladesh import iron from other countries?

        [Note: cÖ‡kœ imports _vKv‡Z Doesn’t n‡jv, Avi we import _vK‡j Don’t we n‡Zv|]

        (d) It is not a light metal. [Note: heavy-Gi wecixZ light (nvjKv)]

        (e) Every building is built with iron.

9.     Change sentences

        (a) No other man in our village is as old as Mr. Rahim.

        (b) But he is very active.

        (c) Does he ever get up late?

        (d) He is the wisest man in our area.

        (e) All respect him always.

10.  Change sentences (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        Addressing the king as her Lord, the woman requested him earnestly not to kill the child. The king told the servant that she might have him and said that everything was clear to him then. Pointing to the woman, he ordered the servant to give her the child. He (k) also said that she was the mother of the baby.

11.  Change sentences (P. N. Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        (a)   The Jamuna is bigger than most other rivers.

        (b)   Doesn’t it become shrunken during summer?

        (c)   How graceful it is during the rainy season!

        (d)   However, the Jamuna causes floods and erosion at times.

        (e)   Then it looks very furious.

12.  Change sentences (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

        (a)   People celebrate Pahela Boishakh with traditional festivities across the country.

        (b)   The day is celebrated more gorgeously than any other day.

        (c)   Don’t traders and shopkeepers open halkhata in keeping with the age old tradition?

        (d)   National dailies must bring out special supplements on the day.

        (e)   How colourful the procession brought out by the teachers and students of the Institute of Fine Arts of Dhaka University is!

13.  Change sentences (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

        (a)   Aren’t there many problems in Dhaka?

        (b)   No other city in the world is as populous as it.

        (c)   Day-to-day life in Dhaka is not cheap.

        (d)   Price hike is bigger than most other problems to the people.

        (e)   Necessary measures should be taken by the government to control price hike.

14.  Change sentences Changing sentences (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        (a)   Isn’t health wealth?

        (b)   A sick moneyed man is not so happy as a healthy poor man.

        (c)   A healthy man is not a liability/burden to his family.

        (d)   Everybody should be conscious of his health.

        (e)   Health is more valuable than any other thing in the world.

15.  Change sentences (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        (a)   Illiteracy is greater than most other problems in Bangladesh.

        (b)   So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is not so high.

        (c)   It is too poor for us to imagine.

        (d)   Isn’t it the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate?

        (e)   The government has taken necessary steps to eradicate illiteracy.

16.  Change sentences (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        (a)   No other sea beach in the world is as long as Cox’s Bazar.

        (b)   It is more charming than most other places in our country.

        (c)   Its beauty is enjoyed very much by people.

        (d)   Isn’t our government going to take some steps to make it more attractive?

        (e)   Everybody wants to visit the place.

17.  Change sentences (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

        (a)   Anger is only a vice.

        (b)   It never begets anything but the worst.

        (c)   Very few vices are as inhuman as anger.

        (d)   Let us control it for our own sake.

        (e)   Everybody dislikes an angry man.

18. Change sentences (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) We cannot but read books to gain knowledge.

        (b)   We are introduced to the realm of knowledge by books.

        (c)   Don’t the books of great writers contain noble thoughts?

        (d)   Only books can give us immense pleasure.

        (e)   Let us read books to enrich our minds.

19. Change sentences (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)

        (a) We cannot help reading books to gain knowledge.

        (b)   We are introduced by books to the realm of knowledge.

        (c)   Don’t the books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas?

        (d)   By reading books, we can enrich our minds.

        (e)   Books are greater than all other friends.

20. Change sentences (Dhaka Residential Model College, Dhaka)

        (a) What an exciting game cricket is!

        (b)   This game is loved by people of all ages.

        (c)   At present cricket is more popular than most other games in our country.

        (d)   Isn’t cricket a very costly game?

        (e)   In Bangladesh its standard is low.

21. Change sentences (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        (a) Today corruption is not at all an unfamiliar term in Bangladesh.

        (b)   No other weapon is as dreadful as corruption to destroy a society.

        (c)   Doesn’t it lie in every phase of our society?

        (d)   The government has taken some drastic steps against corruption.

        (e)   How essential social awareness is to resist corruption!

22. Change sentences (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)

        (a) Wasn’t a cunning fox passing through a forest?

        (b)   Let the fox be thirsty and look for water.

        (c)   It failed to find any source of water.

        (d)   It found no other alternative.

        (e)   It seemed to the fox that it was more unhappy than any other animal in the world.

23. Change sentences (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

        (a) Very few days in my life are as memorable as my first day at school.

        (b)   I will always remember this day.

        (c)   Didn’t every student pass the day amidst excitement?

        Or,   Was there any student who did not pass the day amidst excitement?

        (d)   What an excellent experience it was in my life!

        (e)   I am still haunted by the day like a passion.

24. Change sentences (Monipur Uchcha Vidyalaya & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        (a)   Ins’t Sajid a good student?

        (b)   He always learns his lesson.

        (c)   Very few students in his class are as brilliant as he.

        (d)   How amiably he behaves with others!

        (e)   All like him.

25. Change sentences (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)

        (a)   We cannot but read books to 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)   By reading books we can enrich our minds.

        (e)   No other friend is as great as books.

26.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (The Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)                                                                                                                                                                                     

        (a)   Isn’t traffic jam a common affair in big cities and towns?

        (b)   Very few problems are as great as it.

        (c)   The causes of traffic jam are not few.

        (d)   The drivers often disobey the traffic rules.

        (e)   The Government should take necessary steps to remove traffic jam.

27.  Change sentences (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)                                                                                

        (a)   A computer is a very useful thing.

        (b)   There is no student but needs computer.

        (c)   Can a poor student buy it?

        (d)   Very few inventions of sciences are s great as it.

        (e)   Scientists did not invent it overnight.

28.  Change sentences (Cantonment Public School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        (a)   Sher Shah was greater than most other warriors in history.

        (b)   He had defeated Humayun.

        (c)   Didn’t Humayun flee towards Agra?

        (d)   He didn’t stop for a long time at Agra and Delhi.

        (e)   He was one of the most knowledgeable emperors.

29.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        (a)   What an exciting game cricket is!

        (b)   This game is loved by people of all ages.

        (c)   At present cricked is more popular than most other games in our country.

        (d)   Isn’t cricket a very costly game?

        (e)   In Bangladesh its standard is low.

30.  Change sentences (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

        (a)   A flower is not at all ugly.

        (b)   No other thing of nature is as lovely as it.

        (c)   Who does not like flowers?

        (d)   It is used by us to decorate our houses.

        (e)   So we must cultivate flowers.

31.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan)

        (a)   No other weapon to destroy a society is as dangerous as corruption.

        (b)   Doesn’t it lie in every phase of our society?

        (c)   The whole nation is paralysed by it.

        (d)   The persons in the high rank of the society are free from corruption.

        (e)   How essential social awareness is to resist corruption!

32.  Change sentences (Gaibandha Govt. Girls’ High School, Gaibandha)

        (a)   You have heard the name of the philosopher Socrates.

        (b)   Socrates is non of the most famous philosophers in Greece.

        (c)   He was also greater then most other teachers in the world.

        (d)   Didn’t his method of teaching inspire the young people?

        (e)   I wish I were a great philosopher like Socrates.

33.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ High School, Gaibandha)

        (a)   No other sea-beach in the world is so/as long as Cox’s Bazar.

        (b)   Who does not know this?

        (c)   This beach is visited by tourists from home and abroad.

        (d)   The natural beauty of this place delights them highly.

        (e)   Our government is not inactive to make it more attractive.

34.  Change the following sentences according to directions. (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

        (a)   Very few metals are as precious as gold.

        (b)   Wealthy persons possess it.

        (c)   Most women do not dislike it.

        (d)   How appealing it looks!

        (e)   Everybody likes it.

35.  Change sentences (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)

        (a)   Akbar was the greatest king.

        (b)   Very few kings were as wise as he.

        (c)   Wise men were welcomed to his court by him.

        (d)   Didn’t people from all over the world gather at his court?

        (e)   There were not more than nine famous wise men in his court.

36.  Changing sentences. (Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls; High School, Mymensingh)

        (a)   Aren’t we proud of our freedom fighters?

        (b)   Their contribution will always be remembered.

        (c)   No other thing is as great as their sacrifice.

        (d)   But today many of them do not lead a happy life at all.

        (e)   Their condition may be improved by proper initiatives.

37.  Changing sentences. (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

        (a)   Columbus was one of the most famous discoverers.

        (b)   He did not pass his early life in happiness.

        (c)   Don’t they come here to enjoy themselves?

        (d)   No other sea beach in the world is as long as Cox’s Bazar.

        (e)   You should beware of pick-pockets.

38.  Changing sentences. (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        (a)   One can prosper in life through industry.

        (b)   Don’t we have to work for our prosperity?

        (c)   None but the industrious people can change the lot of a nation.

        (d)   Men cannot contribute to our development more than women.

        (e)   So, very few matters are as important as female education now.

39.  Changing sentences. (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

        (a)   Polythene is not an unpopular carrying bag.

        (b)   It is harmful to soil.

        (c)   It is more dangerous than most other pollutants.

        (d)   Arsenic is not so destructive as it.

        (e)   Mustn’t we avoid using it?

40.  Changing sentences. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Rajshahi.)

        (a)   We are made strong and healthy by it.

        (b)   Walking in the morning is not a bad habit.

        (c)   No other kind of exercise for all classes of people is as good as it.

        (d)   Doesn’t it bear a good effect on both body and mind?

        (e)   Doesn’t it give a good start of our day’s work?

41.  Changing sentences. (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra.)

        (a)   Isn’t health wealth?

        (b)   A sick moneyed man in not so happy as a healthy poor man.

        (c)   A healthy man is an asset to his family.

        (d)   Everybody cannot but be conscious of health.

        (e)   Health is more valuable than any other thing in the world.

42.  Changing sentences. (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        (a)   No man can avoid death.

        Or,   All men cannot but die.

        (b)   Does it matter much if a man lives many years or not?

        (c)   We don’t measure our life by months or years.

        (d)   The people living both for their own and others’ interest are real human beings.

        (e)   Their life is as good as that of a beast.

43.  Changing sentences. (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        (a)   Few other animals in the world are not as famous as the Royal Bengal Tigers.

        (b)   We see it in the Sundarbans.

        (c)   It is known to all for its ferocity.

        (d)   Their number is not increasing.

        (e)   Shouldn’t we all be aware of our precious wild animals?

44.  Changing sentences. (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

        (a)   No other virtue is as great as truthfulness.

        (b)   It does not make us dishonourable in society.

        (c)   Doesn’t it bring peace in mind?

        (d)   We are made faithful and reliable by truthfulness.

        (e)   A truthful poor man in more respected than a liar rich man.

45.  Changing sentences. (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

        (a)   Isn’t health wealth?

        (b)   A sick moneyed man is not as happy as a healthy poor man.

        (c)   A healthy man is an asset to his family.

        (d)   Everybody cannot but be conscious of health.

        (e)   Health is more valuable than any other thing in the world.

46.  Changing sentences. (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

        (a)   Anger begets only the worst.

        (b)   Very few traits are as inhuman as it.

        (c)   So, it should be controlled by us for our own sake.

        (d)   Who does not dislike an angry man?

        Or,   Doesn’t everybody dislike an angry man?

47.  Changing sentences. (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

        (a)   Isn’t a mobile set light to carry?

        (b)   It is cheap.

        (c)   It is used only by a wicked person for evil purpose.

        (d)   We use it for different purposes.

        (e)   A mobile set is the most useful thing.

48.  Changing sentences. (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur)

        (a)   Cox’s Bazar sea beach is not an ugly place.

        (b)   Many tourists are attracted by it every year.

        (c)   St. Martin is near to Cox’s Bazar.

        (d)   No other sea beach in the world is as long as Cox’s Bazar.

        (e)   Have I ever been there alone?

49.  Changing sentences. (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

        (a)   A train journey is not joyless at all.

        (b)   No other journey is so cheap as it.

        (c)   This journey is enjoyed by all types of people.

        (d)   A train journey is more pleasant than any other journey.

        (e)   Doesn’t a train run faster than a bus?

50.  Changing sentences. (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        (a)   You should check the beast in you.

        (b)   The roads of Dhaka are as wide as those of Jessore.

        (c)   Polythene is not useful to soil.

        (d)   Using it must be avoided.

        (e)   Did he do anything for me?

51.  Changing sentences. (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        (a)  Let at lie be never told.

        (b)  The porter was very fortunate.

        (c)  If I had the wings of a dove!

        Or, Had I the wings of a dove!

        (d)  Very few inventions of modern science are as wonderful as television.

        (e)  You are ordered to come here.

        Or, You are told to come here.

52.  Changing sentences. (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

        (a)  Isn’t Mrs Tahmina a famous university teacher?

        (b)  Her style of teaching is not the same.

        (c)  She is the most efficient teacher in the university.

        (d)  None of the department dishonours her.

        (e)  Let us follow her ideals.

53.  Changing sentences. (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        (a)  A bee is busier than most other insects.

        (b)  It does not live alone/separately.

        (c)  Doesn’t it fly from flower to flower and collect honey?

        (d)  Let it store honey in the hive.

        (e)  Doesn’t it lead a disciplined life?

54.  Changing sentences. (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

        (a)  Iron is one of the most useful metals.

        (b)  People/We use it for construction purpose.

        (c)  Doesn’t Bangladesh import iron?

        (d)  It is not a light metal.

        (e)  Every building has iron.

55.  Changing sentences. (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        (a)  What a regular student Arif is!

        (b)  Isn’t he very attentive to his studies?

        (c)  He is the best student in the class.

        (d)  He always obeys his parents.

        (e)  Nobody dislikes him.

56.  Changing sentences. (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        (a)  What an exciting game cricket is!

        (b)  Aren’t they fond of watching “Twenty-twenty cricket”?

        (c)  The albatross was shot by the old sailor.

        (d)  An honest man is not better than he.

        (e)  There is nobody but lives in society.

        Or,  Nobody lives outside society.

57.  Changing sentences. (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        (a)  There is nobody but works hard to gain his object.

        (b)  Isn’t life only a struggle?

        Or,  Is life anything but a struggle?

        (c)  Everybody wants to succeed in life.

        (d)  The way to success is payed by industry.

        (e)  Very few secrets for shining in life are as important as industry.

58.  Changing sentences. (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        (a)  No other philosopher of the western world is as revered as Plato.

        (b)  Didn’t he live in Athens?

        (c)  Lyceum was established by him to teach his disciples.

        (d)  Didn’t he want all men to live in peace?

        (e)  What a kind hearted man he was!

59.  Changing sentences. (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        (a)  No other day in my life is as memorable as my first day at college.

        (b)  This day will never be forgotten by me.

        (c)  Didn’t I pass the day amidst joy?

        (d)  It was a very thrilling experience.

        (e)  Life was not enjoyed without a new zeal.

60.  Changing sentences. (Milestone College, Dhaka)

        (a)  Computer is the most useful thing.

        (b)  There no student but needs computer.

        Or,  There is no student who does not need computer.

        (c)   Can a poor student buy it?

        (d)  Very few inventions of science are as great as it.

        (e)   Scientists did not invent it overnight.

61.  Changing sentences. (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)  Man cannot but die.

        Or,  Man cannot escape death.

        (b)  He is always punctual.

        (c)   There are not a few books here.

        (d)  Doesn’t he learn his lesson regularly?

        (e)   Everybody wishes to be happy?

62.  Changing sentences. (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a)  There is nobody but lives in society.

        Or,  Nobody lives outside society.

        (b)  So we should maintain social order.

        (c)   Shouldn’t we fail to lead a peaceful life?

        (d)  It is one of the most expected things.

        (e)   How much required it is!

63.  Changing sentences. (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka)

        (a)  Anger is not a virtue.

        (b)  It begets only the worst.

        (c)   Very few vices are as inhuman as anger.

        (d)  So, angter should be controlled by us for our own sake.

        (e)   Who likes an angry man?

64.  Changing sentences. (Motijheel Govt. Girls’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a)  None but Mr Ahmed lives in this house.

        (b)  I shall always remember your advice.

        (c)   Mustn’t every man die?/Who must not die?

        (d)  Is there any use of this law?

        (e)   No other boy in the class is as good as he.

65.  Changing sentences. (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)  Man is not immortal.

        (b)  No other creation of Allah is as good as he.

        (c)   He has to lead a short life.

        (d)  Isn’t he a very wonderful creation of the Almighty?

        (e)   He can be helped only by Allah.

66.  Changing sentences. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        (a)  Very few inventions of modern science are as great as computer.

        (b)  Great service is rendered to mankind by it.

        (c)   A computer is nothing but a bleesing on earth.

        Or,  A computer is not a curse on earth.

        (d)  Nowadays, the people are using computers in almost every sphere.

        (e)   You must depend on it.

67.  Changing sentences. (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)  A bee is busier than most other insects.

        (b)  It does not live alone/separately.

        (c)   Doesn’t it fly from flower to flower and collect honey?

        (d)  Honey is stored in the hive by it.

        (e)   What a disciplined life it leads!

68.  Changing sentences. (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        (a)  Mohammad Muhsin wasn’t an unkind man.

        (b)  What a great man he was!

        (c)   Didn’t he inherit vast property from his father and sister?

        (d)  He was unmarried.

        (e)   Money was spent lavishly by him to help the poor.

69.  Changing sentences. (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)  Hasan is an honest farmer.

        (b)  Very few farmers in his village are as miserable as he.

        (c)   He cannot cultivate them properly.

        (d)  He and his family members never live in affluence.

        (e)   He does not lead an unhappy life.

70.  Changing sentences. (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)  What an exciting game cricket is!

        (b)  Don’t the people of all ages enjoy this game?

        (c)   At present no other game is as popular as cricket.

        (d)  Isn’t cricket a very costly game?

        (e)   But its standard is low.

71.  Changing sentences. (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        (a)  A sense of interest for books is created by a book fair.

        (b)  What an interesting book it was!

        (c)   No other man in the world is as happy as a healthy man.

        (d)  A been is busier than most other insects.

        (e)   Health is not only the soundness of body but also the soundness of mind.

72.  Changing sentences. (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

        (a)  Our independence day occupies more important day than any other day in life.

        (b)  Didn’t the valiant fighters fight bravely?

        (c)   Very few persons are as brave as our freedom fighters.

        (d)  Everybody supported the freedom fighters.

        (e)   We cannot forget our freedom fighters.

73.  Changing sentences. (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

        (a)  Stephen Hawking was not born in an uneducated family.

        (b)  He is greater than any other scientist after Einstein.

        (c)   It was said (by people) that many awards were received by him.

        (d)  He is physically unfit.

        (e)   He is one of the most famous scientists.

74.  Changing sentences. (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        (a)  We usually see cuckoo away from the human habitats.

        (b)  Doesn’t it sing day and night in spring?

        (c)   How shy they are!

        (d)  The cuckoo is not as clever as the crow.

        (e)   The fact of cuckoo’s laying egg in the nest of the crow is very interesting.

75.  Changing sentences. (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

        (a)  A red cow is had by me.

        (b)  The goat that I also have is not so beautiful as the cow is.

        (c)   It doesn’t give more than one calf at a time.

        (d)  The calf does not look ugly at all.

        (e)   Isn’t cow’s milk an ideal food?

76.  Changing sentences. (Bindubasini Govt. Boys’ High School, Gangail)

        (a)  The crow is more common than all other birds in Bangladesh.

        (b)  It is not beautiful to look at.

        (c)   The carrion is not so big as the raven.

        (d)  The environment is kept clean by it.

        (e)   Who likes it?

77.  Changing sentences. (Bindubasini Govt. Girls’ High School, Tangail)

        (a)  What an exciting game cricket is!

        (b)  The game is enjoyed by people of all ages.

        (c)   At present cricket is more popular than any other game in our country.

        (d)  Cricket is enjoyed by both the young and the old.

        (e)   Bangladesh is a test playing country but its standard is not high at all.

78.  Changing sentences. (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        (a)  Aren’t we human beings?

        (b)  No man can avoid death.

        Or,  All men cannot but die.

        (c)   Does it matter much if a man lives many years or not?

        (d)  We cannot measure our life by months or years.

        (e)   The life of a beast is as good as that of the people.

79.  Change sentences. (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

        (a)   Power crisis is more common than most other problems in Bangladesh.

        (b)   Doesn’t it hamper every sphere of our daily works?

        (c)   The Government has tanken some steps to solve this problem.

        (d)   Unliess we are honest in using it, the problem cannot be solved.

        (e)   How essential social awareness is in this regard!

80.  Change sentences. (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        (a)   Isn’t crickedt a very exciting game?

        (b)   This game is enjoyed by people of all ages.

        (c)   No other game in Bangladesh is as popular as cricket.

        (d)   Cricket is a costly game.

        (e)   The performance of Bangladesh is not unsatisfactory.

81.  Change sentences. (Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

        (a)   The Taj Mahal is greater than most other wonders of the world.

        (b)   It was built by Shah Jahan the Mughal Emperor.

        (c)   Isn’t it certainly a masterpiece of architecture?

        (d)   It is not a comparable creation.

        (e)   How shining it looks on the Jamuna!

82.  Change sentences. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

        (a)   What a wonderful gift of nature a flower is!

        (b)   Everybody likes flowers.

        (c)   People/we use flowers on different occasions.

        (d)   No other flower is as good as the rose.

        (e)   It has not only charm but also commercial value.

83.  Change sentences. (Kushtia Zilla School, Kushtia)

        (a)   No other city in the world is a densely populated as it.

        (b)   It is less far from kushita that from Khulna.

        (c)   People regard it as the city of mosques.

        (d)   As a result, how quickly the number of floating people is increasing in the city!

        (e)   Is Dhaka anything but a city of dirt and filth at present?

84.  Change sentences. (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

        (a)   No other metal is as precious as gold.

        (b)   The wealthy persons buy it.

        (c)   There is no woman but liked it. Or. There is no woman who does not like it.

        (d)   Isn’t the price of gold increasing day by day?

        (e)   Everybody likes gold.

85.  Change sentences. (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        (a)   No other forest in Bangladesh is as big as Sundarban.

        (b)   Sundarban is visited by many people.

        (c)   Nothing but the tiger is ferocious animal in Sundarban.

        (d)   How charming the scenery of Sundarban is!

        (e)   Let us protect this forest.

86.  Change sentences. (Satkhira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        (a)   No other animal in the world is as famous as the Royal Bengal Tigers.

        (b)   It is not seen anywhere but in the Sundarbans.

        (c)   It is known to all for ferocity.

        (d)   The number is not increasing.

        (e)   Shouldn’t we all be aware of our precious wild animals?

87.  Change sentences. (Shakhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

        (a)   Sher Shah was greater than most other warriors in history.

        (b)   He had defeated Humayun.

        (c)   Didn’t Humayun flee towards Agra?

        (d)   He did not stop for a long time at Agra and Delhi.

        (e)   He is one of the most knowledgeable emperors.

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