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1. He attended the meeting. No one had any objection. (Use: to)

1. No one had any objection to his attendance in the the meeting.

2. I advise you not to take that route. (Use: advisable)
3. I was doubtful that it was you. (Begin: I was doubtful...........)

3. I was doubtful of the fact that it was you.

4. Dont walk on the grass. (use: Keep off........)

4. Keep off the grass.

5. Please shut the door. (negative)

5. Please dont leave the door open.

6. Do not be deceived by his polite manner. (Use: taken in)

6. Do not be taken in by his polite manners.

7. We did not need to hurry. Begin: It........

8. He insists on our apologizing. (End with: ....... apologise)

8. He wants us to apologise.

9. She continued to dance till tthe end. (Begin: you........)

10. but for the accident, they should have had a good picnic. (Begin: It..........)

11. We were unwise to ask him to come. (Begin: We should.........)

12. Mohan was accused of serious crime. (Begin: Somebody said..........)

I am really confused with the last 4 sentences. Please help!!
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Hi again,

1. He attended the meeting. No one had any objection. (Use: to)

1. No one had any objection to his attendance at the the meeting.

2. I advise you not to take that route. (Use: advisable)

It is advisable that you do not take that route.


3. I was doubtful that it was you. (Begin: I was doubtful...........)


3. I was doubtful [of the fact] that it was you.

4. Don't walk on the grass. (use: Keep off........)

4. Keep off the grass.

5. Please shut the door. (negative)

5. Please don't leave the door open.

6. Do not be deceived by his polite manner. (Use: taken in)

6. Do not be taken in by his polite manner.

7. We did not need to hurry. Begin: It........

It was not necessary for us to hurry.

8. He insists on our apologizing. (End with: ....... apologise)

8. He insists that we should apologise.

9. She continued to dance till tthe end. (Begin: you........)

You continued to dance until the end. ???

10. but for the accident, they should have had a good picnic. (Begin: It..........)

10. It should have been a good picnic for them, but for the accident.

11. We were unwise to ask him to come. (Begin: We should.........)

We should not have asked him to come.

12. Mohan was accused of serious crime. (Begin: Somebody said..........)

Somebody said that Mohan committed a serious crime.

Where are you getting these exercises from? Some of the sentences/transformations are a bit odd or difficult.

Best wishes, Clive
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These are ICSE questions. They seem odd to me as well, a game of tongue twisters, may seem. But these carry 8 useful marks in my paper. I got them from a practice book. It contains a lot of them. I just put the ones which I dont know.
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Anon, I don't understand your question. What do you want to do for free? You can try these transformations yourself without looking at the answers.
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Do not be deceived by his polite manner. (Use. Taken in ; place of deceived

We did not ned to hurry