1. “Now, Velentine,” said the warden, “you’ll go out in the morning. Brace up.”
Answer: The warden then informed Valentine that he would go out in the morning and also told him to brace up.
2. “Fine,” said Jimmy. “Got my key?”
Answer: Jimmy informed that it was fine and asked if he had got his key.
3. “Isn’t that young lady Polly Simpson?” asked Jimmy.
Answer: Jimmy asked if that young lady was Polly Simpson.
4. “Naw,” said the boy. “She’s Annabel Adams.”
Answer: The boy contradicted and informed that she was Annabel Adams.
5. “Wouldn’t I make a nice drummer?” said Annabel.
Answer: Annabel asked if she would not make a nice drummer.
6. “The door can’t be opened,” he groaned.
Answer: He groaned that the door could not be opened.
7. “Agatha!” he called as loudly as he could. “Listen to me.”
Answer: He called Agatha as loudly as he could and told her to listen to him.
8. The mother wailed, “She will die of fright! Open the door!”
Answer: The apprehensive mother wailed that she (Agatha) would die and she also pleaded to open the door.
9. “There isn’t a man nearer than Little Rock who can open that door,” said Mr. Adams.
Answer: Mr. Adams informed that there was not a man nearer than Little Rock who could open that door.
10. “Can’t you do something, Ralph?” said Annabel.
Answer: Annabel asked Ralph if he could do something.
11. “Annabel,” he said, “give me that rose you are wearing.”
Answer: He asked Annabel to give him that rose she was wearing.
12. “Hello, Ben!” said Jimmy, still with his strange smile.
Answer: Jimmy, still with his strange smile, greeted Ben.
13. Jimmy said “I don’t know that it makes much differences, now.”
Answer: Jimmy said that he did not know that it made much differences, then.
14. “Guess you’re mistaken, Mr Spencer,” he said.
Answer: He told Mr Spencer that he guessed that he was mistaken.
15. Ben said, “Didn’t believe I recognise you.”
Answer: Ben said that he did not believe that he recognised him (Jimmy).
16. Jimmy said, “Why, I never cracked a safe in my life.”
Answer: Jimmy said that why, he had never cracked a safe in his life.
17. “Take him back, Cronin!” Said the warden “and fix him up with outgoing clothes.”
Answer: The warden ordered Cronin to take him back and to fix him up with outgoing clothes.
18. “Get away from the door, all of you,” he commanded.
Answer: He commanded all of them to get away from the door.
19. He said, “Your buggy’s waiting for you, ain’t it?”
Answer: He inquired if his buggy was waiting for him.
20. “Going to marry the banker’s daughter are you, Jimmy?” said Ben to himself softly.
Answer: Ben softly remarked to himself if Jimmy was going to marry the banker’s daughter.
21. “I’m getting awfully economical,” said Jimmy.
Answer: Jimmy said that he was getting awfully economical.
22. Annabel said, “Feels like it was full of gold bricks”.
Answer: Annabel commented that it felt like it was full of gold bricks.
23. Mike said, “We had that protest from Springfield to buck against and the governor nearly balked.”
Answer: Mike said that they had had that protest from Springfield to buck against and highlighted that the governor had nearlt balked.
24. . “Sorry we couldn’t make it sooner, Jimmy,” said Mike.
Answer: Mike expressed his apology to Jimmy that they couldn’t make it sooner.
Class XI English (Mindscapes)Textual Grammar
- Leela’s Friend – RK Narayan
- Voice Change from Leela’s Friend
- Narration Change from Leela’s Friend
- English Grammar (Do as Directed) from Leela’s Friend
- Karma – Khushwant Singh
- Voice Change from Karma
- Narration Change from Karma
- Transformation of Sentences(1) from Karma
- Transformation of Sentences (2) from Karma
- Jimmy Valentine – O. Henry
- Voice Change from Jimmy Valentine
- Narration Change from Jimmy Valentine
- Nobel Lecture – Mother Teresa
- Voice Change from Nobel Lecture
- Narration Change from Nobel Lecture
- Transformation of Sentences from Nobel Lecture
- The Place of Art in Education – Nandalal Bose
- Voice Change from The Place of Art in Education
- Transformation of Sentences from The Place of Art in Education
- Composed Upon Westminster Bridge – William Wordsworth
- Textual Grammar from Composed Upon Westminster Bridge
- Meeting at Night – Robert Browning
- Textual Grammar from Meeting at Night
- The Sick Rose – William Blake
- Textual Grammar from The Sick Rose
- Brotherhood – Octavio Paz
- Textual Grammar from Brotherhood
- Daybreak – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- Textual Grammar from Daybreak