Exercise on Interchange of Affirmative and Negative Sentence

1)I did not fail to help him.

2)Everybody admits that he is a fool.

3)It is useless to go there now.

4)Learned men are not always reasonable.

5)There is always lighting when it thunders.

6)I see the Taj for the first time.

7)I don’t know master.

8)Now hurry up.

9)He allowed her to peep through a little gap.

10)I will show you something nice.

11)But none of these could Sidda even remotely copy.

12)It seems he is an old criminal.

13)You are not at all a reliable prosecution witness, my child.

14)Baby if You don’t behave, I will be very angry with you.

15)These fellows who have in jail once or twice lose all fear.

16)There was still time for a quick one.

17)I can’t understand English and don’t know their ways.

18)He never showed any sign of eagerness to talk to the English as most Indians did.

19)‘The Times’ always attracted attention.

20)They walked unsteadily.

21)Sir Mohan decided to welcome them.

22)I never cracked a safe in my life.

23)I never was in Springfield in my life.

24)He never touched hard drinks.

25)Young men of Jimmy’s style and looks were scare in Elmore.

26)There won’t be so much danger of having old scores brought up against me.

27)Unperceived by the elders, May, in a spirit of play, had shut Agatha in the vault.

28)This education in art, music and dance cannot be achieved through the medium of reading and writing.

29)But the provision that our universities make for this is sorely inadequate at present.

30)An educated college student keeps his clothes and things in a disorganised mess.

31)For the poor Santhal, the sense of beauty is an essential part of his life.

32)Because our eyes are untrained we have remained ignorant and insensitive to the glory of our past.

33)I have never met them before.

34)We meet each other always with a smile, especially when it is difficult to smile.

35)I never forget some time ago about four professors came from the United States from different universities.

36)I knew that there were hardly any animals left in the forests near Dehra.

37)Aunts are usually formidable creatures.

38)It shouldn’t be too difficult.

39)My austere father used to avoid all inessential comforts and luxuries.

40)I would say mine was a very secured childhood.

41)Adversity always presents opportunities for introspection.

42)This is not a correct approach.

43)She left the door open.

44)I believe that you are hungry.

45)You will look presentable.

46)He never saw her again.

47)The blue whale is the largest mammal on the earth.

48)Hardly had he gotten off the bus it started raining.

49)I wonder if he will turn up.

50)You should not go on behaving in such a manner.

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