Change the sentences according to direction. 1×10=10
1. (a) Madhusudan Dutta was a very popular poet. (exclamatory)
(b) He was one of the greatest dramatists in Bangla literature. (positive)
(c) He was born at Sagordary in the band of the Kapotaksho. (complex)
(d) When he was a boy, he desired to be an Englishman. (simple)
(e) He was recognized by his teachers as a precious child. (active)
(f) He thought that he was born in the wrong side of the planet. (interrogative)
(g) He also thought that his society was unable to appreciate his intellect. (negative)
(h) Again he believed that none but the West would be more receptive to his creative genius. (affirmative)
(i) He was an ardent follower of Lord Byron. (interrogative)
(j) He went to Europe and started composing poems. (simple)
2. (a) Traffic jam is one of the most disgusting problems in Bangladesh (positive).
(b) This problem has taken a very serious shape in Dhaka city (negative).
(c) This problem is the result of rapid growth of population and the increasing number of vehicle (compound).
(d) Population is growing very fast but roads have not increased (complex).
(e) Dhaka city has a huge number of rickshaws but they do not follow the traffic rules (simple).
(f) They never maintain a queue while waiting to proceed (passive).
(g) Most often traffic jam occurs at office time and also at the time when the offices break (comparative).
(h) Sometimes traffic jam is very painful (exclamatory).
(i) However, this problem can be solved by adopting some measures (active).
(j) If we do not construct well planned spacious roads, this problem cannot be solved (simple).
3. (a) Snow-white was the fairest of all women. (positive)
(b) The queen ordered her huntsman to kill Snow-white. (passive)
(c) The huntsman took the child into the jungle but he did not want to kill her. (complex)
(d) He killed a young bear instead and took its lungs and liver as evidence to the queen. (simple)
(e) The queen was convinced at it. (active)
(f) Snow-white took a shelter in a hut in the forest. (compound)
(g) The hut belonged to the seven dwarfs. (interrogative)
(h) She slept in the hut because she was tired. (simple)
(i) When the dwarfs returned to the hut, they saw the beautiful girl. (compound)
(j) They found the girl sleeping. (complex)
1. (a) What a popular poet Madhusudan Dutta was!
(b) Very few dramatists in Bangla literature were as great as he.
(c) It was Sagordari on the bank of the Kopotaksho, where he was born.
(d) In his boyhood he desired to be an Englishman.
(e) His teachers recognized him as a precious child.
(f) Didn’t he think that he was born on the wrong side of the planet?
(g) He also thought that his society was not able to appreciate his intellect.
(h) Again, he believed that only the West would be more respective to his creative genius.
(i) Wasn’t he an ardent follower of Lord Byron?
(j) Going to Europe he started composing poems.
2. (a) Very few problems in Bangladesh are as disgusting as traffic jam.
(b) This problem has not taken a less serious shape in Dhaka city.
(c) There is rapid growth of population and the increasing number of vehicles and so it causes this problem.
(d) Though population is growing very fast, roads have not increased.
(e) In spite of the presence of a huge number of rickshaws in Dhaka city, they do not follow the traffic rules.
(f) A queue is never maintained while they wait to proceed.
(g) Traffic jam does not occur less often than office time and the time when the offices break.
(h) How painful traffic jam sometimes is!
(i) However, the authority can solve this problem by adopting some measures.
(j) This problem cannot be solved without constructing well-planned spacious roads.
3. (a) No woman was so fair as Snow-white.
(b) Her huntsman was ordered to kill Snow-white.
(c) Though the huntsman took the child into the jungle, he did not want to kill her.
(d) After killing a young bear instead, he took its lungs and liver as evidence to the queen.
(e) It convinced the queen.
(f) There was a hut in the forest and Snow-white took shelter there.
(g) Didn’t the hut belong to the seven dwarfs?
(h) Because of her tiredness, she slept in the hut.
(i) The dwarfs returned to the hut and saw the beautiful girl.
(j) They found the girl while she was sleeping.