He is well in English .
He is expert in English .
He is good at English .
He is better in English .
The life is not bed of roses .
A life is not bed of roses .
Life is not bed of roses .
Life is not a bed of roses .
English is easy for learning .
The English is easy to learn .
It is easy to learning English .
It is easy to learn English .
প্রশ্নঃ Honey is (taste) _____ sweet .
Active: Honey tastes sweet.
Passive: Honey is sweet when it is tasted.
But, actually, there is no passive form for Honey tastes sweet, which is a linking verb sentence. Linking verb sentences are neither active nor passive.
The following transformation is valid:
Active: Honey provides nutrition.
Passive: Nutrition is provided by honey.
The moon was not visible .
The moon was not invisible .
Nothing but the moon was visible .
None but the moon was visible .
No other cities in Bangladesh are as big as Dhaka .
Very few cities in Bangladesh are as big as Dhaka .
Very few cities in Bangladesh is as big as Dhaka .
Some cities in Bangladesh is big as Dhaka .
A lie is never told .
A lie is never be told .
Let a lie never be told .
Let not a lie be told ever .
Having no pen , I can lend you .
Without any pen , I can lend you .
I have no pen to lend you .
I have not enough pen to lend .
প্রশ্নঃ I have no pen that I can lend you . (Simple)
A simple sentence is a sentence that consists of just one independent clause.
A complex sentence is a sentence that contains an independent clause and one or more dependent clauses.
I have no pen to lend you.
I have no pen that I can lend you.
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