Affirmative Negative and Interrogative Sentences Exercises

Here are some Affirmative Negative and Interrogative Sentences Exercises for your practice. Hope you find them helpful.

Dear students, hope you are doing fine with your preparation. I’ve brought Affirmative Negative and Interrogative sentences exercise list. The questions are collected from the previous Board Questions of SSC and HSC. So, this worksheet includes all probable rules of changing affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences. 


This will help you remove all the doubts and be helpful for last moment preparation.

So, let’s try to answer the practice sheet. See the answers when you can not do it alone. Make comment if you find any difficulty to understand.

Affirmative and Negative Sentences Exercises

Exercise 1: Use of Opposite Words

  1. Day to day life in Dhaka is expensive
  2. It lives together.
  3. His wife Catherine loves gardening.
  4. But at last, God took pity on him.
  5. We always remember their memories.
  6. A life with an assignment is an actual life.
  7. At this, the sailors were very angry with him.
  8. He does not leave his friend.
  9. We should not disturb social order.
  10. A life with an assignment is an actual life.
  11. They are honest and pious.
  12. They are our friends.
  13. He passed his early life in sorrows.
  14. Tea is a popular drink.
  15. Nazneen belongs to a small family.
  16. All acid throwers should be punished.
  17. They are always sincere to their duties.
  18. The literacy rate in Bangladesh is very poor.
  19. Haji Mohammad Muhsin was a very kind man.
  20. Her parents liked her very much.
  21. He is a regular student.
  22. She was a very hardworking and responsible loanee.
  23. He lived a simple life and took little food.
  24. They are your real friends in your life.
  25. We always remember their memories.
  26. So, we should be honest in our life.
  27. The people of Singapore are very well-behaved.
  28. At first glance, the questions may seem difficult.
  29. The teaching staffs of this school are qualified.
  30. A computer is a blessing on earth.
  31. The effect of acid throwing is destructive.
  32. It is an incomparable creation.
  33. English is a foreign language.
  34. I forgot his name.
  35. Never tell a lie.
  36. Jim was never late.
  37. Jerry was not a dishonest boy.
  38. I did not find many people there.
  39. No one will deny his courage.
  40. The people of Venice did not like him.
  41. Once we were not independent.
  42. But he did not take the money.
  43. Most of the drivers of our country are illiterate.

Exercise 2:

  1. They must be punctual, industrious and truthful.
  2. We must increase our production to get rid of this abnormal situation.
  3. We must learn English.
  4. You cannot help going there.
  5. Everybody must be conscious of health.
  6. He could not but feel pity for the lion.
  7. Then we could not but help the flood-affected people.
  8. We must protect them.
  9. I have to go there.
  10. We cannot but depend on it.
  11. He must go from one house to another in fair weather or foul.

Exercise 3: Use of Every No and All

  1. Every girl has a sense of motherhood.
  2. Everybody knows it.
  3. Everybody lives in society.
  4. Nobody loves a liar.
  5. Everybody lives in society
  6. Everyone desires for wealth.
  7. Everybody respects a truthful person.
  8. Everybody wants friends.
  9. Nobody denies the importance of television.
  10. Everyone in our country will be happy to learn this news.
  11. Everybody from them will admit that they spent a wonderful time in college.
  12. Every rose has a thorn.
  13. Every nation has respect to it’s motherland.
  14. There is no mother but loves her child.
  15. Who does not like flowers?
  16. Who does not know this?

Exercise 4: Use of Only

  1. But the cook told that this had only one leg.
  2. It only lives in a hive.
  3. It begets only the worst.
  4. Allah alone can help us.
  5. It begets only the worst.
  6. Only poverty is responsible for this.
  7. Only the meritorious students can get a chance to study here.
  8. Only addiction is responsible for it.
  9. At first, he only treated animals.
  10. It takes only a few minutes to transmit a message from one country to another.
  11. None but God can help us.
  12. None but the fool will say so.

Exercise 5: Use of Too and So

  1. He is too weak to walk.
  2. He is too foolish to understand the matter.
  3. The box was so heavy that I could not carry.
  4. The boy is so weak that he can not walk.
  5. This is too poor to imagine.

Exercise 6: As soon as, No sooner, Scarcely and Hardly

  1. As soon as I went to station, the train left.
  2. But as soon as he reached hill, it opened up.
  3. No sooner had I reached the college than the bell rang.
  4. Hardly had the teacher entered the classroom when students stood up.

Exercise 7: Truth and Real Life Happening

  1. Happiness is a psychological thing.
  2. The sun rises in the east.
  3. He had a wonderful goose.
  4. Ice floats on water.
  5. They are the symbol of purity and beauty.

Exercise 8: Comparision of Degree

  1. He is the best player.
  2. He is one of the best players.
  3. Nazrul is the greatest poet in our country.
  4. Nazrul is one of the greatest poets in our country.
  5. They demand more than double price of the fishes.
  6. Robi’s father was as rich as a king.
  7. Iron is stronger than plastic.

Exercise 9: Both

  1. Both Rahim and Karim came here.
  2. Smoking is not only a dangerous habit but also a bad one.
  3. Runa is both beautiful and intelligent.

Assertive and Interrogative Sentences Exercises

Exercise 1:

  1. He is swimming in the pond.
  2. He goes to school every day.
  3. Tea grows in plenty in Bangladesh.
  4. She suddenly woke up hearing a fearful cry.
  5. He can succeed in life.
  6. They do not realize the high cost of living in Toronto.
  7. He felt very helpless.
  8. I can never forget you.
  9. They don’t do anything for the country.
  10. They are fond of watching “twenty-twenty-cricket”
  11. The towers symbolize the loftiness of the spirit of the martyred freedom fighters.
  12. Everyday many people go to visit it.
  13. Her mother often writes to her.
  14. My friend invited me to pay a visit to Cox’s Bazar.
  15. It eliminates the time spent in establishing a phone call.
  16. Communicative competence can be achieved in a short time.
  17. Many of them left Eidgah to meet their relatives.
  18. Tree plantation programs should be expanded to the remote corner of the country.
  19. Serious steps should be taken to stop acid throwing.
  20. But books are always with us.
  21. Patriotism is a noble virtue.
  22. He can succeed in life.
  23. People laughed at him at the back.
  24. The books of great writers contain noble thoughts and great ideas.
  25. It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate.
  26. He inherited vast property from his father and sister.
  27. We are proud of our freedom fighters.
  28. She passed her time in reading and writing.
  29. My friend invited me to pay a visit to Cox’s Bazar.
  30. You cannot be happy without it.
  31. The towers symbolize the loftiness of the spirit of martyred freedom fighters.
  32. I will never forget your generosity.
  33. He felt very helpless.
  34. The lion showed him no sign of attack.
  35. The merchant got very angry with the youngest daughter.
  36. The teachers are highly qualified and well trained.
  37. We are proud of our religion.
  38. Some people hanker after riches.
  39. Files in the office do not move without bribe.
  40. It turns a man into a beast.
  41. Does he mind taking tea?
  42. Has she had her meal?
  43. Had he taken his breakfast before he came?
  44. Have I just had a snack?
  45. Will they be playing?
  46. Did she read the book?
  47. Didn’t I have something to say?
  48. Didn’t they let the secret out?
  49. Didn’t the police interrogate the thief?
  50. Shouldn’t we follow the rules of health?

Exercise 2:

  1. They do nothing for the country.
  2. Anger is nothing but a vice.
  3. To make society civilized, there is no alternative to reading books.
  4. There is no doubt that the newspaper is a very essential thing?
  5. A truthful person cares nobody.
  6. At present no country considers Bangladesh as an easy opponent.

Exercise 3:

  1. Everybody respects a truthful person.
  2. Everybody knows this.
  3. Everyone has heard of Solomon.
  4. One cannot be successful without it.
  5. Nobody cares about him.
  6. Nobody is aware of it.
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  1. "Is there anything but poverty responsible for this?". When you use negative form of the sentence. It should be "Nothing but poverty is responsible for this." In an interrogative sentence, "Nothing but" changes to "Anything but" Hope you understood.

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