Changing Sentence [Assertive to Interrogative]

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Changing Sentences

(Assertive to Interrogative)

  1. He can succeed in life.

Interrogative: Can’t he succeed in life?

  1. He felt very helpless (Interrogative).

Interrogative: Didn’t he feel very helpless?

  1. They are fond of watching “Twenty-Twenty” cricket. (Interrogative)

Interrogative: Aren’t they fond of watching Twenty-Twenty cricket?

  1. The towers symbolize the loftiness of the sprit of the martyred freedom fighters. (Interroga)

Interrogative: Don’t the towers symbolize the loftiness of the sprit of the martyred freedom fighters?

  1. Everyday many people go to visit it.(Interrogative).

Don’t many people go to visit it everyday?

  1. Her mother often writes to her. (Interrogative)

= Doesn’t her mother often write to her?

  1. My friend invited me to pay a visit to Cox’s Bazar (Interrogative).

Interrogative: Didn’t my friend invite me to pay a visit to Cox’s Bazar?

  1. The consumers of mobile phones are increasing day by day. (Interrogative)

Interrogative: Aren’t the consumers of mobile phones increasing day by day?

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