1. I am too written. (Voice Change)
Answer: Someone writes me too.
2. Someone spells me out. (Voice change)
Answer: I am spelt out by someone.
3. The night is enormous. ( Negative sentence)
Answer: The night is not small.
4. But I look up. (Voice change)
Answer: But something is looked up by me.
5. The stars write. (Voice change)
Answer: Something is written by the stars.
6. Unknowing I understand. (Voice Change)
Answer: Unknowing something is understood by me.
7. I too am written. (Interrogative sentence)
Answer: Am I not written too?
8. I am a man. (Negative)
Answer: I am none other than a man.
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