Complete Course on English for Airforce X & Y Group

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Complete Course on English for Airforce X & Y Group

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    English Topics

  1. Active Voice Passive Voice
  2. Conjunctions
  3. Transformation of Sentences
  4. Preposition
  5. A Few Proverbs
  6. Conditional Sentences
  7. The Interjection (!)
  8. Sentence Structure and Analysis
  9. Question Tag
  10. Synthesis of Sentences
  11. Unenglish & Superfluous Expressions
  12. Question Framing
  13. Use of Capital Letters and Punctuation
  14. Formation of Words
  15. Spelling Rules
  16. Phrasal Verbs
  17. Idioms and Phrases Contents
  18. Comprehension
  19. One Word Substitutions
  20. Antonyms
  21. Related Pairs of Words
  22. Specific Use of Words (Similar Meaning)
  23. Ordering of Sentences
  24. Hindi Words
  25. Double Blanks in a Sentence
  26. Word Power
  27. Antonyms/Synonyms
  28. Contronyms
  29. Homographs
  30. Synonyms

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grammatical Topics under Do as directed

The Grammatical Topics that have been given under do as directed section add questions are –

(1) Affirmative sentence to Negative sentence & vice versa.

 (2) Interrogative Sentence to Assertive Sentence & vice versa.

 (3) Exclamatory Sentence to Assertive Sentence & vice versa.

 (4) Interchange of Degree of Comparison.

 (5) Interchange of parts of speech.

 (6) Voice Change

 (7) Narration Change

 ( 8) Joining

The following examples should be noted carefully to do well in the “Do as directed” section.

Affirmative to Negative & Vice Versa

Affirmative sentence to Negative sentence

                                OR

Negative sentence to Affirmative sentence

(1) Affirm: Only the brave deserve the fear.[ using none but or omit only]

      Neg:  None but the brave deserves the fear.

(2) Affirm:As soon as he saw the snake he ran away.[using No sooner… 

                  than]

      Neg:   No sooner had he seen the snake than he ran away

               / No sooner did he see the snake than he ran away

(3) Affirm: All but the little boy did run.[using  only]

     Neg: Only the little boy did not run.

(4) Affirm: You must take responsibility. [using  but ]

     Neg: You cannot but take the responsibility.

(5) Affirm:  You are the only person fit for the post.

     Neg: No other person but you are fit for the post.

(6) Affirm:  He tried every plan.

     Neg : He left no plan untried

(7) Affirm: I had to go there. [ use but  / use help ]

      Neg : I could not but go there or I could not help going there.

(8) Affirm: This news is too good to be true. [ omit too …. to / use so… that]

      Neg: This news is so good that it cannot be true.

(9) Affirm: She is so intelligent that she will understand it. [ use too …. to / make it simple]

       Neg : She is too intelligent not to understand it.

(10) Affirm: I shall ever remember his services. [ use opposite word]

      Neg: I shall never forget his services.

(11) Affirm: She had to shed tears. [ use help ]

        Neg: She could not but shed tears. She could not help shedding tears.

(12) Affirm: It always pours when it rains. [ use but]

       Neg: It never rains but it pours.

(13) Affirm: All must submit to destiny. [ use none]

       Neg: None can escape destiny.

(14) Affirm: Everyone wishes to be happy.

        Neg: There is none who does not wish to be happy.

(15) Affirm: He is stronger than you.

       Neg: You are not so strong as he.

(16) Affirm: He loves me.

        Neg: He is not without love for me.

(17) Affirm: All must die.

        Neg: None can escape death.

Interrogative to Assertive & vice Versa

Interrogative Sentence to Assertive Sentence

                                     OR

Assertive Sentence to Interrogative Sentence

 

(1) Int: When can their glory fade? Or can their glory ever fade?

 Assert: Their glory can never fade.

(2) Int: Can I ever forget his kindness?

Assert: I can never forget his kindness.

(3) Int: Are not the beauties of nature beyond description?

Assert: The beauties of nature are beyond description.

(4) Int : Why waste time?

Assert:  It is no use wasting time . / It is foolish to waste time .

(5) Int: Can I ever forget you?

Assert: I can never forget you.

(6) Int: What do I fail?

Assert:  It doesn’t matter if I fail.

(7) Int: Who does not love his motherland?

Assert: Everyone loves his motherland.

Exclamatory to Assertive & Vice Versa

Exclamatory Sentence to Assertive Sentence

                                OR

Exclamatory Sentence to Assertive Sentence

(1) Excl: How beautiful is the Rose!

Assert: The Rose is very beautiful.

(2) Excl:  If I knew this before!

Assert: I wish I knew this before.

Interchange of Parts of Speech

Adjective to Noun & Vice Versa

Rewrite the sentence with the Adjective form of the underlined word.

Rewrite the sentence with the Noun form of the underlined word.

 

(1)  He showed generosity even to his enemies. (Noun)

      He was generous even to his enemies. (Adj)

(2)  There is a slight difference between the two pictures. (Noun)

       The two pictures are slightly different. (Adj)

(3) He is sufficient intelligence to do the job. (Noun)

     He has sufficient intelligent to do the job. (Adj)

(4) I am fully sure of its necessity. (Noun)

     I am fully sure that it is necessary. (Adj)

 

(5) The girl is very beautiful. (Adj)

      The girl is a beauty. (Noun)

 

(6) Iron gains strength from the addition of nickel. (Noun)

     Iron becomes stronger with the addition of nickel. (Adj)

 

(7) The journey was not expensive. (Adj)

      The journey did not require much expense. (Noun)

(8)  Though poor, he is honest. (Adj)

      In spite of his poverty, he is honest. (Noun)

Complete Course on English for Airforce X & Y Group

(9) He is strong enough to do it. (Adj)

     He has the strength to do it. (Noun)

Adverb to Adjective to Verb & Vice Versa

Rewrite the sentence with the Adverb form of the underlined word.

Rewrite the sentence with the Adjective form of the underlined word.

Rewrite the sentence with the Verb form of the underlined word.

 

(1)  It is probable that he will come today. (Adj)

      He will probably come today. (Adv)

(2)  He passed an anxious hour. (Adj)

      He passed an hour anxiously. (Adv)

(3) The answer appears to the point. (Verb)

      The answer is apparently to the point. (Adv.)

(4)  He is certain to come. (Adj)

      He will certainly come. (Adv)

Subject Verb Agreement

Questions Set – 1

Do as directed:

(1) The coach said to the players, “Bravo! you have played well.”(Change into indirect speech)

Ans: The coach applauded the players, saying that they had played well.

(2) By this time next year Diya will be attending her university classes.(Re-write using future perfect tense)

Ans: By this time next year Diya will have attended her university classes.

(3) He said to me , “May God bless you.”(Turn it into indirect speech)

Ans: He wished that God might bless me.

(4)  The cheetah is the fastest animal on earth.(Re-write into positive degree)

Ans: No other animal on earth is as fast as the Cheetah.

(5) Who will solve the problem? (Change the voice)

Ans: By whom will the problem be solved?

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