Sentence transformation exercise

November 7, 2011pdf

Rewrite the following sentences in the exclamatory and interrogative form.

1. It is kind of you to visit us.

2. It was thoughtless of him to have left the door unlocked.

3. It was impudent of the boy to behave like that.

4. It was careless of him to leave the keys on the table.

5. It is naughty of the children to draw such pictures on the wall.

6. It was clever of you to solve the problem so quickly.

Answers

1. a) How kind of you to visit us! / b) Isn’t it kind of you to visit us?

2. a) How thoughtless of him to have left the door unlocked! / b) Wasn’t it thoughtless of him to have left the door unlocked?

3. a) How impudent of the boy to behave like that! / b) Wasn’t it impudent of the boy to behave like that?

4. a) How careless of him to leave the keys on the table! / b) Wasn’t it careless of him to leave the keys on the table?

5. a) How naughty of the children to draw such pictures on the wall! / b) Isn’t it naughty of the children to draw such pictures on the wall?

6. How clever of you to solve the problem so quickly! / b) Wasn’t it clever of you to solve the problem so quickly?

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