Interchange of One Part of Speech with Another – Exercises

Interchange of One Part of Speech with Another is a good practice. It changes one part of speech in another. Try to change the sentences. You, however, keep in your mind, meaning should not change.

Interchange of One Part of Speech with AnotherĀ 

Exercise – 1

Interchange of One Part of Speech with Another in the sentences given below.
  1. Your brother rejected my proposal. (Verb)
  2. My purpose is quite clear in my letter. (Verb)
  3. I could not attend the meeting because I was ill. (Noun)
  4. You cannot gain admission without a trick. (Verb)
  5. Your friend made a success of all his undertakings. (Verb)

Check Your Answers

  1. You brother rejected what is proposed.
  2. I purpose quite clear in my letter.
  3. I could not attend the meeting due to illness.
  4. You cannot be admitted without a trick.
  5. Your friend succeeded in all his undertakings.

Exercise – 2

Interchange of One Part of Speech with Another in the sentences given below.
  1. I believe that he will come tomorrow. (Noun)
  2. My sister will not give her consent to my departure. (Verb)
  3. The prisoner confessed his guilt. (Adjective)
  4. It was fortunate that he was not injured. (Adverb)
  5. Indian culture differs from western culture. (Adjective)

Check Your Answers

  1. It is my belief that he will come tomorrow.
  2. My sister will not consent to my departure.
  3. The prisoner confessed that he was guilty.
  4. Fortunately, he was not injured.
  5. Indian culture is different from western culture.

Exercise – 3

Interchange of One Part of Speech with Another in the sentences given below.
  1. The Taj is surprisingly beautiful. (Verb)
  2. She succeeded in her attempt. (Adjective)
  3. Baji Rao was admittedly the greatest of his time. (Verb)
  4. Lord Clive successfully repelled every attack on Arcot(Verb)
  5. That was not my meaning at all. (Verb)

Check Your Answers

  1. The Taj surprises with its beauty.
  2. She was successful in her attempt.
  3. Baji Rao was admitted that he was the greatest of his time.
  4. Lord Clive succeeded in repelling every attack on Arcot.
  5. I did not mean that.

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