1. She looked at Sidda.
Answer: Sidda was looked at by her.
2. I will show you something nice.
Answer: Something nice will be shown to you.
3. Come in.
Answer: You are requested to come in.
4. Don’t send him away.
Answer: Let him not be sent away.
5. Sir, do you want a servant?
Answer: Sir, is a servant wanted by you?
6. I will tell the inspector tomorrow.
Answer: The inspector will be told tomorrow by me.
7. I have not taken it.
Answer: It has not been taken by me.
8. She knew two or three letters of the alphabet.
Answer: Two or three letters of the alphabet were known to her.
9. Tell me a story, Mother.
Answer: Let a story be told to me, Mother.
10. Police and constable brought Sidda in.
Answer: Sidda was brought in by the police and constable.
11. Sidda knows the moon.
Answer: The moon is known to Sidda.
12. Have you done it?
Answer: Has it been done by you?
13. She held a class for him.
Answer: A class was held for him by her.
14. He told Leela incomparable stories.
Answer: Incomparable stories were told to Leela by him.
15. She flung the ball at him.
Answer: The ball was flung at him by her.
16. Her mother gave her a slap.
Answer: A slap was given to her by her mother.
17. Sidda was given two meals a day and four rupees a month.
Answer: They gave Sidda two meals a day and four rupees a month.
18. You are always abusing and worrying Sidda.
Answer: Sidda is always being abused and worried by you.
19. We couldn’t have kept a criminal like him.
Answer: A criminal like him couldn’t have been kept by us.
20. The police know his haunts.
Answer: His haunts are known to the police.
21. Leela’s mother picked up the chain.
Answer: The chain was picked up by Leela’s mother.
22. He called his wife.
Answer: His wife was called by him.
23. Don’t send him away.
Answer: Let him not be sent away.
24. Now, throw the ball into the sky.
Answer: Now, let the ball be thrown into the sky.
25. Leela gave a cry of joy.
Answer: A cry of joy was given by Leela.
26. His company made her supremely happy.
Answer : She was made supremely happy by his
27. Now this has touched the moon.
Answer : Now the moon has been touched by this.
28. Leela keenly examined the ball for traces of the
Answer: The ball was keenly examined by Leela for
traces of the moon.
29. He covered the ball tightly with his fingers.
Answer: The ball was covered tightly by him with his
30. He allowed her to peep through a little gap.
Answer: She was allowed by her to peep through a little gap.
31. Can we touch the sky ?
Answer: Can the sky be touched by us ?
32. I will show you something nice.
Answer: You will be shown something nice by me.
33. He took her to the backyard.
Answer: She was taken to the backyard by him.
34. I have asked it to follow us about.
Answer: It has been asked by me to follow us about.
35. She could draw a kind of cat or crow.
Answer : A kind of cat or crow could be drawn by her.
36. The thought of Sidda made her panicky.
Answer: She was made panicky by the thought of
37. Leela made a noise of deprecation.
Answer: A noise of deprecation was made by Leela.
38. They will pick him up very soon.
Ans: He will be picked up by them very soon.
39. He hasn’t taken the chain.
Answer: The chain hasn’t been taken by him.
40. Mr. Sivasanker carried Leela back into the
Answer : Leela was carried back into the house by Mr.
41. She washed off coating of tamarind on it.
Answer: The coating of tamarind on it was washed off
42. Did you put itin ?
Answer: Was it put in by you ?
43. She must have dropped it into the pot sometime.
Answer: It must have been dropped into the pot sometime by her.
44. Mr Sivasankar subjected him to a scrutiny.
Answer: He was subjected to a scrutiny by Mr Sivasankar.
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