Transformation Of Sentences | Class 6 Grammar Worksheets

It is possible to change the form of a sentence without changing its meaning.

Worksheet 1

Rewrite the following sentences are directed.

1. How I wish I had a pet dog! (Change into declarative sentence)

2. The boy complained to the teacher. (Change into interrogative)

3. Have we received any letter from them? (Change into declarative)

4. She is very beautiful. (Change into exclamatory)

5. She is very generous. (Change into exclamatory)

6. It is a big house. (Change into exclamatory)

7. The clothes must be washed. (Imperative)

8. The show was interesting. (Change into exclamatory)

9. The door must be shut. (Change into imperative)

10. It was a brilliant idea. (Change into exclamatory)


1. I wish I had a pet dog.

2. Did the boy complain to the teacher?

3. We have received letters from them. / We have not received any letter from them.

4. How beautiful she is!

5. How generous she is!

6. What a big house it is!

7. Wash the clothes.

8. What an interesting show it was!

9. Shut the door.

10. What a brilliant idea it is!

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Worksheet 2

Rewrite the following sentences as directed.

1. What a stupid thing to do! (change into declarative)

2. They will get angry when they find out. (change into interrogative)

3. She is very generous. (change into exclamatory)

4. That was a splendid performance. (change into exclamatory)

5. They will not allow us to leave. (change into interrogative)

6. We cannot solve the problem. (Change into interrogative)

7. It was a horrible sight. (change into exclamatory)

8. The door must be opened. (change into imperative)

9. The room should be cleaned. (change into imperative)

10. She will arrive in the afternoon. (change into interrogative)

11. No one can solve this problem. (change into interrogative)

12. It was a frightening experience. (change into exclamatory)


1. It was a stupid thing to do.

2. Will they get angry when they find out?

3. How generous she is!

4. What a splendid performance it was!

5. Will they allow us to leave?

6. Can we solve the problem?

7. What a horrible sight it was!

8. Open the door.

9. Clean the room.

10. Will she arrive in the afternoon?

11. Can anyone solve this problem?

12. What a frightening experience it was!

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