English Skill Building – 98 – Rewriting Sentences

English Skill Building – 98

Rewriting Sentences

Convert the following sentences as asked

Questions

1. Mumbai police has banned New Year celebrations to curb the spread of Omicron. [Convert to Passive form]

2. The Indian side piled up a staggering 500 runs in the first innings. [Convert to Passive form]

3. The doctor advised the slum-dwellers, “You can slow down the spread off the epidemic by taking vaccines voluntarily.” [Convert to Indirect form]

4. I didn’t like to travel without a proper ticket. I knew it will make me liable for heavy fines. [Join the sentences starting with the second.]

5. The guests were evacuated from the banquet hall by the fire brigade after a small fire incident. [Convert to Active form]

6. Dhoni’s appeal for a review was disallowed by the umpire. It led to a heated argument between the two. [Join the sentences starting with the second]

7. Disobedience of a magistrate’s order is an offence under Section 188. You must bear this in mind. [Join the sentences starting with the second]

8. Some of the army men had been surrounded by a large group of Pakistani soldiers. The army men were beleaguered. Additional troops were rushed to the border to rescue the army men. [Join the sentences starting with the last sentence.]

9. The whole wheat field was brightened by the blazing sun. [Convert to Active form]

10. The dictator is firmly in power. No force can upstage him. [Join the sentences starting with the second]

Answers

1. New Year celebrations have been banned by Mumbai Police to curb the spread of corona virus.

2. A staggering total of 500 runs was piled up by the Indian side in the first innings.

3. The doctor advised the slum dwellers hat they could slow down the spread of the epidemic by taking vaccines voluntarily.

4. Knowing that traveling without a proper ticket makes one liable for fine, I didn’t like to travel without a proper ticket.

5. The fire brigade evacuated the guests from the banquet hall after a small fire incident.

6. A heated argument between the umpire and Dhoni ensued after the former (umpire) disallowed the latter’s (Dhoni’s) appeal for a review.

7. You must bear in mind the fact that disobedience of a magistrate’s order is an offence under Section 188.

8. Additional troops were rushed to rescue the beleaguered army men who had been surrounded by a large group of Pakistani soldiers.

9. The blazing sun brightened the whole wheat field.

10. No one can upstage the dictator as he is firmly in power.

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