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English Grammar Worksheet/Positive, negative and interrogative sentences

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Change the following sentences into negative sentences:

  1. I like going to the cinema. I don't like going to the cinema.
  2. Mum is going to cook spinach tonight.Mum isn't going to cook spinach tonight
  3. Do you think they are going to win the match?Do you think they aren't going to win the match
  4. Are you going to the United States?Aren't you going to United States

Change the following into positive sentences:

  1. He doesn't like playing video games.He play video games.
  2. Did the burglar steal anything valuable?The burglar stole everything valuable.
  3. He does not like his job. He likes his job.
  4. Is Grandma's situation serious? Grandma's situation is serious.

Change the following into yes-no questions:

  1. He does not enjoy fishing. No
  2. Mary moved into a new flat. Yes
  3. Dad's car broke down yesterday. Yes
  4. I don't think I have left it in my locker. No

Answer the following interrogatives according to your own experience.

  1. Where did you visit last summer? Egypt
  2. What is your favourite hobby?to play foot ball

Construct questions using question words using the answers below.

  1. Louis must have done it. Is Louis done
  2. I like apples the least. Do you like apples