Change Affirmative Sentences Into Negative Sentences | Class 5 Grammar Worksheets
Change affirmative sentences into negative sentences.
We make negative sentences by putting not after the auxiliary verb. In the simple present and simple past tenses, the affirmative sentence does not contain an auxiliary verb. In this case, we use do not, does not or did not to make negatives.
Use do not and does not in the simple present tense.
Use did not in the simple past tense.
Use do not when the subject is a plural noun or pronoun.
Use do not when the subject is the first person singular pronoun I.
Use does not when the subject is a singular noun or pronoun.
1. She recognized him.
2. I have invited them.
3. They arrived in the morning.
4. He seemed upset.
5. She went around the town.
6. You look happy to see me.
7. He waited for hours.
8. I know what happened to her.
9. He wants to quit.
10. He is wasting his time.
11. She has published a novel.
12. That was impressive.
13. He looks after his younger siblings.
14. She called me names.
15. I sent the invites in the morning.
1. She did not recognize him. (NOT She did not recognized him. After do, does and did, use the first form of the verb.)
2. I have not invited them.
3. They did not arrive in the morning. (NOT They did not arrived in the morning.)
4. He did not seem upset.
5. She did not go around the town.
6. You do not look happy to see me.
7. He did not wait for hours.
8. I do not know what happened to her.
9. He does not want to quit. (NOT He does not wants to quit.)
10. He is not wasting his time.
11. She has not published a novel.
12. That was not impressive.
13. He does not look after his younger siblings.
14. She did not call me names.
15. I did not send the invites in the morning.