B.Com Part 1 Functional English Do As Directed
DO AS DIRECTED
CHANGE THE SENTENCE
- He has never visited the zoo. (Change into interrogative)
- I can help you. (Change into negative)
- You need go there. (Change into negative)
- He has some doubt about you. (Change into negative)
- The company runs its affairs (Change into interrogative)
- She has to work hard. (into negative)
- You are as responsible as I. (into negative)
- Have you ever gone there? (into negative)
- You sing beautiful. (into exclamatory)
- It was a horrible scene of quake. (into exclamatory)
- He is a man. (into exclamatory)
- Nobody was there but her. (into affirmative)
- Speak the truth. (into negative)
- Everybody is here except him. (into negative)
- The horse runs swiftly. (into exclamatory)
- I think he is at fault. (into negative)
- He or you would do it. (into negative)
- Either he can write correctly. (into negative)
- You need to go there. (into negative)
- Be regular. (into negative)
- How beautifully he was reciting the Holy Quran! (into affirmative)
Point out the mood of the following.
- Do what you want.
- Don’t go out.
- If he is ready, we shall go there.
- Can you tell me the real story?
- I would rather you paid by cheque.
- May I come in?
- Shut your mouth.
- She laughed as if she were mad.
- I wish I know his name.
- Let him speak first.
- Open your book at page 7.
- I would rather you went by air.
- He suggested that we be taught English.
- If he were fine he would join us.
- Be good, sweet maid.
- Be regular.
- Piper, pipe that song again.
- He told me an interesting story.
- May you go to hell!
PARTS OF SENTENCE
Point out the Subject and predicate of the following sentences.
- The fly is an enemy of man
- Monkeys live in trees
- His son-in-law was cloth-merchant.
- Did the cat catch the mouse?
- Your class will not go to see the match.
- The thief was looking at the policeman.
- My uncle has gone to Karachi.
- Barking dogs seldom bite.
- The old man seems happy.
- Death is realty.
PARTS OF SPEECH
Point out the Parts of the speech of the following sentence.
- I shall by a ticket myself.
- He leads a happy life.
- I spoke to him yesterday.
- He called me a thief.
- He often led us to victory.
- You do not write a letter to him.
- She sent for a doctor.
- May you do it?
- I have sent the list of all the students.
- He does not learn the poem by heart.
- Tell me the truth.
- She does not bring the books.
- I never see such a horrible scene.
- Aslam has done his job carefully.
KINDS OF PARTS OF THE SPEECH
Point out the kinds of the parts of the speech of the Underlined words.
- Let us sit in the
- That book is not yours.
- I kept a fast yesterday.
- Walk fast lest you should miss the train.
- I never write the essay.
- The people fear
- She is near relative of mine.
- The poor are fed on Eid Day.
- The dog often bites several
- The alarm wakes me
- The sweeper cleans the street every day.
- He made me go there.
- He does not make a noise.
Use of Pronoun in place of Noun
- I lost my watch, but (watch) was very cheap.
- I have to make tea for (all the people).
- Tessa took a photo of (Tessa).
- Here is our book, take (your book) away.
- One of the policemen has injured (policeman) arm.
Choice of Words
- I can’t go to party. I haven’t got ———– to wear (A) Anything B) Everything C) Something D) Nothing
- Take care, won’t you, Anna? Look after—————- (A) You B) Your C) Yours D) yourself
- Yes, —————– would be lovely to see you again. (A) It B) That C) There D) You
- We’ve brought some food with ————. (A) Me B) Ourselves C) Us D) We
- If you want some apples, I’ll get you ———- at the shop. (A) Any B) It C) One D) Some