CBSE Class 7 English Interrogative Sentences Worksheet

CBSE Class 7 English - Interrogative sentences

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Q1. Convert the following sentences into interrogative sentences.

i. This is my doll.

ii. She will be alright.

iii. We are going to Agra.

iv. They are sitting in the red Santro car.

v. She has been to Lucknow.

vi. This frock once belonged to me.

Q2. . Convert the following sentences into exclamatory sentences.

i. We did it on our own.

ii. He cannot attend the party.

iii. Neil’s is in the hospital.

iv. My father got a promotion.

v. We are not be able to go on a picnic.

vi. It’s my favourite food.

Q3. State the type of the following sentences:

i. Please help her.

ii. Will you come with me?

iii. Harinima is good at sports.

iv. Do your work properly.

v. Are we allowed to get inside?

vi. India is tropical country.

Q4. Draft a poster inviting the students of your school to participate in rangoli designing competition which is organised by SOS Helpage India group in your own school during school hours on 30th April , 2014. Mention the venue , date ,time and the material required.

 

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