Conversion Exercise: It and There
Some sentences for translation practice are given below. Translate them into Hindi⇄English and write the answers in the empty box provided. Then check it by pressing the "Show Answer" button.
अनुवाद अभ्यास के लिए कुछ वाक्य नीचे दिए गए हैं। उन्हें हिंदी⇄अंग्रेजी में अनुवाद करें और दिए गए खाली बॉक्स में उत्तर लिखें। फिर "Show Answer" बटन दबाकर इसे जांचें।
Reading is easy, but when we write or translate, we have to remember the rules for making sentences. That is why it is said, "Practice sharpens our mind, and it helps to understand and learn subjects well".
पढ़ना आसान है, लेकिन जब हम लिखते हैं या अनुवाद करते हैं, तो हमें वाक्य बनाने के नियमों को याद रखना होता है. इसीलिए कहा जाता है, "अभ्यास हमारे दिमाग को तेज करता है, और यह विषय को अच्छी तरह समझने व सीखने में मदद करता है"।
CONVERT NEGATIVE SENTNCES TO AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES
|1|| There was no love & affection in his eyes.|
Answer : There was love & affection in his eyes.
|2|| It was not good news. He did not become very happy.|
Answer : It was good news. He became very happy.
|3|| There is no rumour. They may not donate their property.|
Answer : There is a rumour. They may donate their property.
|4|| They donated their vehicles at 12 o'clock.|
Answer : They did not donate their vehicles at 12 o'clock.
|5|| There is no confusion in the use of it and there.|
Answer : There is a confusion in the use of it and there.
|6|| It does not show your interest in learning English.|
Answer : It shows your interest in learning English.
CONVERT FIRST 3 SENTNCES TO INTERROGATIVE AND LAST 3 TO SIMPLE NEGATIVE SENTENCES
|7|| It is my choice.|
Answer : Is it my choice?
|8|| You may not find him there.|
Answer : May you not find him there?
|9|| There was a pin drop silence everywhere.|
Answer : Was there a pin drop silence everywhere?
|10|| Is there any space to sleep here?|
Answer : There is no space to sleep here.
|11|| Is there no one behind him?|
Answer : There is no one behind him.
|12|| Was he there in the garden yesterday?|
Answer : He was not there in the garden yesterday.
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