Class Task on English Textual Grammar – Class 12 WBCHSE

English Grammar for Class XII


1)   “She was completely blind. Didn’t you notice?” he said. (Narration)

2)    Leading him down the hall, she opened the front door. (Compound sentence)

3)   And then it is done. (Negative)

4)   He rests at ease beneath some pleasant weed. (Noun form of ‘rests’)

5)   Many of them offered bowls of water to my father. (Change the voice)

6)   The Tsar carried the wounded man into the hut. He laid him on the bed. (Simple)

7) The humming insects don’t disturb his rest. (Make affirmative)

8)  The woman gave the girl detailed instructions. (Voice)

9)  I also remember people visiting our home to offer thanks after being cured.  (Compound sentence)

10)  All the answers were different. The Tsar agreed with none. (Complex)

11)   Your eternal summer will never fade. (Affirmative)

12)   It has grown Slowly consuming the earth. (Use noun form of “Grow”)

13) “Can you tell me—did she keep her hair long or short?” I said.

14)   It takes much time to kill a tree. Not a simple jab of knife will do it. (Complex)

15)   The woman gave the detailed instruction as to where to keep her things. (Use verb form of ‘Instruction’)

16)  The hermit rose, stretched out his hand for the spade. (Simple)

17)   She did not watch her purse which she left behind her on the day-bed. (Split)

18)  “Eat some more, son” she said. (Narration)

19)    The frost has wrought a silence. (Voice)

20)  She laughed pleasantly. (Adjective form of ‘Pleasantly’)

21)   We lived in our ancestral house which was built in the middle of the 19th century. (Join in compound sentence)

22. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? (Negative)

23)  Not a simple jab of the knife will do it. (Make affirmative)

24)  I turned from the window and faced the girl. (Make simple)

25)   The humming insects do not disturb his sleep. (Change the voice)

26)  I have endeavoured to understand the fundamental truths which were revealed to me by my father. (Simple)

27)  I wanted to raise my hand and touch her hair, but she moved away. (Turn into a complex sentence)

28)  They are in trouble. (Make negative)

29)  She reached down. She picked the boy up by his shirt front. (Turn into Complex sentence)

30) When they finished eating, she got up. (Simple)

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