Transformation Rules of Sentences with Positive, Comparative & Superlative degree ( A to Z) - জীবন গড়ি প্রযুক্তির সুরে ♫

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Transformation Rules of Sentences with Positive, Comparative & Superlative degree ( A to Z)

Transformation Rules of Sentences with Positive, Comparative & Superlative degree ( A to Z)

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Superlative
Comparative
Positive





1
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + the + superlative form + object / extension.

Examples:
a)   Rubi is the best girl in the class.
b)   He was the wisest man in the village.
c)    Rana is the most intelligent boy I have ever seen.
Subject + am/is/are/ was / were / verb + comparative form + than any other + object / extension.

Examples:
a)   Rubi is better than any other girl in the class.
b)   He was wiser than any other man in the village.
c)    Rana is more intelligent than any other boy I have ever seen.
No other + object / extension*  + is/was/verb + so / as + positive form + as + subject.
 
 
Examples:
a)   No other girl in the class is as good as Rubi.
b)   No other man in the village was as / so wise as he.
c)    No other boy I have ever seen is as intelligent as Rana.





2
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + the + superlative form + of any + object.

Example: It burns the prettiest of any wood.
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + comparative form + than any other + object.

Example: It burns prettier than any other wood. 
No other + object/extension* + is/was/verb + so / as + positive form + as + subject.
 
 
Example: No other wood burns so / as pretty as it.




3
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + the + superlative form + of all +object (plural noun).


Example: 
a) Rubi is the tallest of all girls in the class.
b) He was the most brilliant of all boys in the village.
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + comparative form + than all other + object (plural noun).

Example: 
a) Rubi is taller than all other girls in the class.
b) He was more brilliant than all other boys in the village.
No other + object/extension* (singular noun) + is / was / verb + so / as + positive form + as + subject.

 
Example: 
a) No other girl in the class is as tall as Rubi.
b) No other boy in the village was as / so brilliant as he.



4
Subject + am/is/are/was/were/ verb + one of the +superlative form + object/extension (plural noun).

Example: 
a) Dhaka is one of the biggest cities in Bangladesh.
b) Mr. Rana was one of the most interesting persons.
c) Shakespeare is one of the greatest dramatists.
Subject + am/is/are/was/were / verb + comparative form + than most other + object / extension (plural noun).

Example: 
a) Dhaka is bigger than most other cities in Bangladesh.
b) Mr. Rana was more interesting than most other persons.
c) Shakespeare is greater than most other dramatists.
Very few + object / extension (plural noun) * + are/were/verb + so/as + positive form + as + subject.
 
 
Example: 
a) Very few cities in Bangladesh are as big as Dhaka.
b) Very few persons were as interesting as Mr. Rana.
c) Very few dramatists are as great as Shakespeare.




 


comparative

Positive

Remark

1

No+Sooner+had+Sub+VP3

+Obj+than+ Clause

Example-

No sooner had he seen me than he ran away.

As+Soon+as+Sub+Vp2+ (,) +Clause.

Example-

 As soon as he saw me, he ran away.

 

 

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2

Sub+be verb+(no/not)+less+advjective

+than+Obj

Example-

a) He is no less strong than you.

b) Rima is less bright than Shim

Sub+be verb+(not)+as/so+Adjective+as+

you.

Example-

a) He is as strong as you.

b) Rima is not as bright as Shima.

 

 

 

Negative থাকলে Affirmative হবে

3

Subject + verb + Comparative form + than + object.

Example: Hasan is wiser than Rana.

Object * + verb + not + so/as + positive form + as + Subject.

Example: Rana is not so wise as Hena.

 

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