Sentence transformation exercise

December 13, 2011pdf

Rewrite the following sentences using the adjective form of the words italicized.

1. Fortunately, we were well-equipped to repel the attack.

2. Francis Bacon was a man of remarkable industry and intelligence.

3. He takes much pride in his wealth.

4. In all probability, the conference will be held tomorrow.

5. He who shirks labor cannot prosper.

6. King Lear did not have the courage to write to his estranged daughter.

7. One of the soldiers was a man of great strength.

8. His poverty made him a hardworking boy.

9. The Minister will obviously be re-elected.

10. Health is wealth.

Answers

1. It was fortunate that we were well-equipped to repel the attack.

2. Francis Bacon was remarkably industrious and intelligent.

3. He is very proud of his wealth.

4. It is probable that the conference will be held tomorrow.

5. He who shirks labor cannot be prosperous.

6. King Lear was not courageous enough to write to his estranged daughter.

7. One of the soldiers was very strong.

8. He was a hardworking boy because he was poor.

9. It is obvious that the Minister will be re-elected.

10. The healthy are the wealthy.

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