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Question 206

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Appeared in Year: 2010

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Rewrite the following sentences using ‘it’ in the beginning as a preparatory subject.

For you to ask Ramesh would be a big mistake.

Question 207

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Rewrite the following using passive structure.

They believe him to be dangerous.

Question 208

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Rewrite the following sentences removing ‘too … to’ .

He is too honest to steal.

Question 209

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Change the following sentence into indirect speech.

I said, “If I had any money I՚d buy you a drink.”

Question 210

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Use the correct forms of the verbs in brackets:

You will ________twenty-four hours to consider your decision. (GIVE)

Question 211

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Appeared in Year: 2011

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Rewrite the following sentences after making necessary corrections.

I congratulate you for your success.

Question 212

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Rewrite the following using passive structure.

They elected me President.

Question 213

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Rewrite the following sentences using ‘it’ in the beginning as a preparatory subject.

To wait for people who were late made him angry.