An Approach to ICSE English provides a platform to contribute, discuss and comment on the various issues related to the study and practice of English for the students and teachers of ICSE syllabus. Even with its focussed nature, An Approach to ICSE English will be beneficial to everyone involved in the learning the niceties of the English language.
Sunday, 7 December 2008
Tranformation of Sentences
Rewrite as directed 1. The Principal is calling everyone from this class. [Begin: Everyone…] 2. How kind a person Anurag is! [Begin: What…] 3. It was wrong on the part of the management to dismiss him. [Use: ought] 4. Tokyo is the most expensive city in the world. [Begin: No other…] 5. There were only a few coins in the purse that Seema lost. [Begin: The purse…] 6. “ I do not think I can finish the work by today”, said the plumber.[Change the narration] 7. There is nothing more beautiful than the sunset. [Begin: Is….] 8. If you do not mend your ways, you will get into trouble. [Begin: Mend…] 9. He is not a reckless driver. [ End: recklessly] 10. She exclaimed that Kolkata is a very congested city. [Change into direct speech]
An Approach to ICSE English Gopakumar Menon