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Affirmative to Negative and Negative to Affirmative
Never + opposite word
never + opposite word
Always +positive word
Ex: 1. Affirm: • The Entire modern world will always remember the Fatality and destruction of Coronavirus
• Negative: The entire modern world will never forget the fatality and destruction of Coronavirus.
Ex: 2. Affirm: • Always try to stick to your honesty.
• Negative: Never try to stick to your dishonesty.
Ex: 3. Negative: • The boy is never late.
• Affirm: The boy is always punctual.
None but [person ব্যক্তি], nothing but [object বস্তু], not more than/not less than [age/number বয়স/সংখ্যা]
None but/nothing but/not more than/not less than
Alone [person], only [person/object],
Ex: 1. • Affirm: Only God can help us.
• Neg: None but God can help us.
Ex: 2. • Affirm: I like only beef.
• Neg: I like nothing but beef.
Ex: 3. • Affirm: I know only one story.
• Neg: I know not more than/not less than one story.
Ex: 4. • Affirm: She is only 12 years old.
• Neg: She is not more than 12 years old.
Ex: 5. • Affirm: This guy is absolutely a crazy person.
• Neg: This guy is none but a crazy person.
Ex: 6. 0149 Affirm: Marriage is merely a social bondage.
• Neg: Marriage is nothing but a social bondage.
Ex: 7. • Neg: None but Rabi Tagore wrote the national anthem of two countries.
• Affirm: Tagore alone wrote the national anthem of two countries.
Ex: 8. • Neg: I need not more than 100 Taka.
• Affirm: I need only 100 taka.
As soon as + past form
Ex: 1. • Affirm: As soon as I went there, they started clapping.
• Neg: No sooner had I gone there than they started clapping.
Ex: 2. • Neg: No sooner had the robbers seen the police than they fled away.
Affirm: As soon as the robbers saw the police, they fled away.
Too + to
So…. that + sub + can not/could not
So ….. that + sub + can not/could not
Ex: 1. • Affirm: It was too difficult to answer the question.
• Neg: It was so difficult that I could not answer the question. Or,
It was very difficult and I could not answer the question.
Ex: 2. • Neg: It is so hot today that I cannot tolerate this scorching heat. Or, it is very hot and I cannot tolerate this scorching heat.
• Affirm: It is too hot to tolerate this scorching heat.
As … as
Not less …. Than
Not less … than
As …. as
Ex: 1. • Affir: India is as strong as America.
• Neg: India is not less strong than America.
Ex: 2. • Neg: Mutton is not less delicious than beef.
• Affir: Mutton is as delicious as beef.
Superlative/comparative = affirmative
Positive = negative
Ex: 1. • Affirm: My first day at school is the most memorable day.
• Neg: No other day is as memorable as my first day at school.
Ex: 2. • Affir: Books are better than most other friends.
• Neg: Very few friends are as good as books.
Ex: 3. • Neg: No other problem is so dangerous as corruption.
• Affir: Corruption is the most dangerous problem.
Cannot but/cannot help + ing form
Can not but/can not help
Ex: 1. • Affir: We must submit our destiny to the unique lord.
• Neg: We cannot but submit our destiny to the unique lord.
Ex: 2. • Affir: You have to pass the exam.
• Neg: You cannot but pass the exam.
Ex: 3. • Neg: We cannot help loving our country.
• Affir: We must love our country.
Ex: 4. • Neg: I could not help doing work hard to change my fate.
• Affir: I had to do work hard to change my fate.
There is no + but/there is no + without/there is no + who does not
Ex: 1. • Affir: Every patriot loves his country.
• Neg: There is no patriot but loves his country. Or,
• There is no patriot who does not love his country. Or,
• No patriot hates his country.
Ex: 2. • Neg: There is no rose but a thorn. Or,
• There is no rose without a thorn.
• Affir: Every rose has a thorn.
Not only + but also
Both … and/and
Ex: 1. • Affir: Both Bangladesh and India are beautiful.
• Neg: Not only Bangladesh but also India is beautiful.
Ex: 2. • Affir: Rina and Dina are responsible for violating the rules and regulations.
• Neg: Not only Rina but also Dina is responsible for violating the rules and regulations.
Ex: 3. • Neg: Our teacher not only loves but also punishes us.
• Affir: Our teacher loves and punishes us.
Many/a few/a little/much
Not a few/not many/not much/not a little
Ex: 1. • affir: There is a little water in the glass.
• Neg: there is not much water in the glass. Or,
There is little water in the glass.
Ex: 2. • Neg: I have not a few story books.
• Affirm: I have many story books.
Note: মনে রাখতে হবে, সাধারণ বাক্যগুলোকে not + opposite word affirmative থেকে negative করতে হবে।
Ex: 1. • Affir: The day is sunny.
• Neg: The day is not rainy.
Ex: 2. • Affir: The book is very interesting.
• Neg: The book is not uninteresting at all.
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