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Transformation of Sentences

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Change the following complex sentences into simple sentences.

Answer: C

None of the options other than option (c) make sense grammatically. Also, the correct transition of simple past would be ‘are picked’. Also, the subject needs to become the object and vice versa. Keeping both these things in mind, the answer is option (c).

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Answer: D

The tense of the sentence is not past/present perfect or past/present continuous ‘been’ and ‘being’ cannot be used. The sentence is in past tense so option (d) is the most apt choice

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Answer: D

The comparative or superlative degree of wind is not wound. So, all the options that have it can be rejected straight out. Option (b) is an absurd sentence doesn’t give us any meaning’ so, it is also eliminated.

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Answer: B

The sentence is in present continuous form. So being will be included in the conversion. This leaves us with two options to ponder on. As the action in the sentence is being continued, the sentence will have to use is rather than was. So, option (b) would be the correct option.

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Answer: C

An indefinite or vague pronoun (such as they, we) which is used in the active voice is avoided in passive. There is no need to put the agent with by till the time it doesn’t alter the sense of the sentence. Not being a past continuous sentence, being cannot be used. Also, from past tense the sentence cannot be changed to future as that will change the meaning. Keeping these conditions in mind, the most appropriate choice would be option (c)

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Answer: D

Instead of the past participle forms of the verb ‘say’, option (a) and option (b) use different verbs altogether. Hence, they change the meaning of the sentence. So, we reject them. In option (c), the verb form is wrong and the sentence structure is also inaccurate

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Answer: B

The meaning of the sentence needs to be same after the conversion. Only option (d) satisfies this. Therefore, the right choice would be option (b).

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Answer: A

The sentence provided is in passive form. We need to convert it in active voice. Option (d) and (c) are wrong as they include new information ‘worn out’ which is not present in the original sentence. Option (b) is also incorrect as it also introduces a new phrase ‘not possible’. Also, it is only option (a) that is in active form and no other.

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Answer: A

Simple present ‘does not eat’ needs to become ‘not eaten’ for the conversion into passive form. So, option (b) and option (d) are rejected as they use ‘being’ which is generally used with present or past continuous forms. Out of option (a) and option (c), the latter is rejected as it does not conform to proper sentence formation rules

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Answer: B

Option (a) and Option (c) are totally out of question as it drastically changes the meaning of the sentence. The sentence being in present continuous form, it needs its verb to be converted into the ‘being’ form for the right transformation (i.e. to passive voice). Hence, option (b) is correct

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