৫ নম্বর প্রশ্ন: Transformation
প্রিয় পরীক্ষার্থী, আজ ইংরেজি ২য় পত্রের ৫ নম্বর প্রশ্ন অর্থাত্ Transformation নিয়ে আলোচনা করব। এ প্রশ্নে ৫টি sentence দেওয়া থাকবে এবং বন্ধনীর মধ্যে প্রদত্ত নির্দেশনা অনুসারে sentence গুলোকে রূপান্তর করতে হবে।
(a) No other king was as great as Akbar (Superlative).
(b) He was wiser than most other kings (Positive).
(c) He welcomed wise men to his court (Passive).
(d) People from all over the world gathered at his court (Interrogative).
(e) There were nine wise men in his court (Negative).
(a) The Taj is more wonderful than any other building in the world (Superlative).
(b) Emperor Shahjahan built the Taj as a tomb for his wife (Interrogative).
(c) He loved his wife very much (Negative).
(d) People like it most on a moonlit night (Passive).
(e) It is surrounded by a beautiful garden (Active).
(a) Dhaka is more densely populated than most other cities in the world (Positive).
(b) It is the most peaceful city in the world (Comparative).
(c) Its streets are very crowded (Exclamatory).
(d) But its residents are diligent (Negative).
(e) We are proud of this city (Interrogative).
(a) Akbar was the greatest king.
(b) No other king was as wise as he.
(c) Wise men were welcomed to his court by him.
(d) Didn’t people from all over the world gather at his court?
(e) There were not nine unwise men in his court.
(a) The Taj is the most wonderful building in the world.
(b) Didn’t Emperor Shahjahan build the Taj as a tomb for his wife?
(c) He did not hate his wife at all.
(d) It is liked most by people on a moonlit night.
(e) A beautiful garden surrounds it.
(a) Very few cities in the world are so densely populated as Dhaka.
(b) It is more peaceful than any other city in the world.
(c) How crowded its streets are!
(d) But its residents are not lazy.
(e) Aren’t we proud of this city?
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