Grammar 12, Clause

1. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Noun Clause:- I have long doubted his honesty.

 
 

2. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Adverbial Clause:- But for our poverty we would have been a happy family.

 
 

3. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Noun Clause:- He is believed to be honest.

 
 

4. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Noun Clause:- All depends on his future.

 
 

5. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Adverbial Clause:- The signal having been given the train started.

 
 

6.
Turn the complex sentence into simple sentence by using Noun Clause:- The news that he has arrived has not been intimated.

 
 

7. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Adverbial Clause:- The work was done in my presence.

 
 

8. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Noun Clause:- Your innocence is beyond any doubt.

 
 

9. Turn the simple sentence into complex sentence by using Adverbial Clause:- On being scolded he left the room.

 
 

10. Turn the complex sentence into simple sentence by using Noun Clause:- It is reported that he has lost his reputation.

 
 

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