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  1. Make the sentence a question: You have work for me.         
  2. Make the sentence negative: I have this document.
  3. Make the sentence a question: You promised to increase the salary.    
  4. Make the sentence negative: I finished my work.
  5. Make the sentence a question: You gave me the money.  
  6. Make the sentence negative: I can do this work.
  7. Make the sentence a question: We deal.    
  8. Make the sentence negative: I have all necessary certificates.
  9. Make the sentence a question: The work is hard. 
  10. Make the sentence negative: I can speak German.
 
  1. Make the sentence a question: It is my room.        
  2. Make the sentence negative: I have a lot of friends.
  3. Make the sentence a question: The bank is closed.             
  4. Make the sentence negative: She has a big house.
  5. Make the sentence a question: You are talking to me.       
  6. Make the sentence negative: He has a friend in Norway.
  7. Make the sentence a question: They finished the work yesterday. 
  8. Make the sentence negative: I managed to do the work on time.
  9. Make the sentence a question: They worked very hard.      
  10. Make the sentence negative: I worked on Sunday.  

 
  1. Make the sentence a question: I finish the work at 5 o’clock.           
  2. Make the sentence negative: He is my brother.
  3. Make the sentence a question: I need a certificate. 
  4. Make the sentence negative: I understand you.
  5. Make the sentence a question: I can find the bricks.    
  6. Make the sentence negative: I know the answer.
  7. Make the sentence a question: You can check it now.          
  8. Make the sentence negative: I promised to help.
  9. Make the sentence a question: You can tell me the answer.             
  10. Make the sentence negative: I can tell you where the trowel is.
  1. Make the sentence a question: You can show me the example.       
  2. Make the sentence negative: They work in the mornings.
  3. Make the sentence a question: She showed me this room.
  4. Make the sentence negative: He has a car.
  5. Make the sentence a question: She works with you.             
  6. Make the sentence negative: They had a question.
  7. Make the sentence a question: He has my telephone number.         
  8. Make the sentence negative: They had a bill.
  9. Make the sentence a question: You saw my work.
  10. Make the sentence negative: You paid the bill.
  1. Make the sentence a question: There is a window.            
  2. Make the sentence negative: You saw his sister.
  3. Make the sentence a question: There are tools.   
  4. Make the sentence negative: I looked through the window.
  5. Make the sentence a question: There is change.   
  6. Make the sentence negative: I wanted to help.
  7. Make the sentence a question: You took it from my table.
  8. Make the sentence negative: He tells the truth.

       

             

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