No Sooner –Than /Hardly — When / As Soon As

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Rewrite the sentences using as per instructions.

  1. As soon as the mother called, Radha jumped out of bed to start her morning routine. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  2. As soon as the rain stopped, the students ran to play football. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  3. As soon as the sun sets, the stars appear in the sky. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

  4. As soon as we finished our exam, we sighed with relief. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  5. Her face lit up with excitement. She heard the news. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  6. The dog barked loudly as soon as the doorbell rang. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  7. When the movie starts, we realize we pick the wrong one. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

  8. As soon as Rajan tasted the soup, he ordered again. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  9. As soon as my friends arrived, the party came to life. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  10. As soon as the bus arrived, we rushed to board it. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly — when)

  11. As soon as Mebal entered the room, all eyes turned to her dress. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  12. No sooner did he connect his phone than it began to charge. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

  13. No sooner did the concert end than we eagerly discussed our favorite song. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

  14. The laptop restarted. The error message disappeared. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  15. The parents rushed to comfort her. The baby woke up. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  16. No sooner did the referee blow the whistle than the game began. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

  17. As soon as the new shop opens in the market, a line of customers forms outside. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

  18. Fireworks illuminated the sky as soon as the clock struck midnight. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  19. When the packages arrive, he refuses to open it. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

  20. As soon as the rain stopped, the farmers went outside to repair the damage. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  21. As soon as the road cleared, the passengers  set off on their journey. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  22. As soon as he received the email, he jumped with joy. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  23. As soon as the flowers bloomed, the people turned towards the garden. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

  24. No sooner had the team scored a goal than the crowd erupted into cheers. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

  25. No sooner did the whatsApp message arrive than he picked up phone to read it.

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Answers

1] As soon as the mother called, Radha jumped out of bed to start her morning routine. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when) 

Ans:  No sooner did the mother call than Radha jumped out of bed to start her morning routine.

Hardly had the mother called when Radha jumped out of bed to start her morning routine.

2] As soon as the rain stopped, the students ran to play football. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the rain stop than the students ran to play football. 

 Hardly had the rain stopped when the students ran to play football. 

3] As soon as the sun sets, the stars appear in the sky. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

Ans: No sooner does the sun set than the stars appear in the sky.

4] As soon as we finished our exam, we sighed with relief. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did we finish our exam than we sighed with relief.

Hardly had we finished our exam when we sighed with relief.

5] Her face lit up with excitement. She heard the news. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner she heard the news than her face lit up with excitement.

Hardly had she heard the news when her face lit up with excitement.

6] The dog barked loudly as soon as the doorbell rang. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the doorbell ring than the dog barked loudly.

Hardly had the doorbell rung when the dog barked loudly.

7] When the movie starts, we realize we pick the wrong one. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

Ans: No sooner does the movie start than we realize we pick the wrong one. 

8] As soon as Rajan tasted the soup, he ordered again. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did Rajan taste the soup than he ordered again.

Hardly had Rajan tasted the soup when he ordered again.

9] As soon as my friends arrived, the party came to life. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did my friends arrive than the party came to life.

Hardly had my friends arrived when the party came to life.

10] As soon as the bus arrived, we rushed to board it. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly — when)

Ans: No sooner did the bus arrive than we rushed to board it.

Hardly had the bus arrived when we rushed to board it.

11] As soon as Mebal entered the room, all eyes turned to her dress. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did Mebal enter the room than all eyes turned to her dress.

Hardly had Mebal entered the room when all eyes turned to her dress.

12] No sooner did he connect his phone than it began to charge. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

Ans: Hardly had he connected his phone when it began to charge.

13] No sooner did the concert end than we eagerly discussed our favorite song. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

Ans: Hardly had the concert ended when we eagerly discussed our favorite song. 

14] The laptop restarted. The error message disappeared. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the laptop restart than the error message disappeared.

Hardly had the laptop restarted when the error message disappeared.

15] The parents rushed to comfort her. The baby woke up. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the baby wake up than the parents rushed to comfort her.

Hardly had the baby woken up when the parents rushed to comfort her.

16] No sooner did the referee blow the whistle than the game began. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

Ans: Hardly had the referee blown the whistle when the game began.

17] As soon as the new shop opens in the market, a line of customers forms outside. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

Ans: No sooner does the new shop open in the market than a line of customers forms outside.

18] Fireworks illuminated the sky as soon as the clock struck midnight. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the clock strike midnight than fireworks illuminated the sky.

Hardly had the clock struck midnight when fireworks illuminated the sky.

19] When the packages arrive, he refuses to open it. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than)

Ans: No sooner do the packages arrive than he refuses to open it.

20] As soon as the rain stopped, the farmers went outside to repair the damage. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did  the rain stop than the farmers went outside to repair the damage.

Hardly had the rain stopped when the farmers went outside to repair the damage.

21] As soon as the road cleared, the passengers set off on their journey. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the road clear than the passengers set off on their journey.

Hardly had the road cleared when the passengers set off on their journey.

22] As soon as he received the email, he jumped with joy. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did he receive the email than he jumped with joy. 

Hardly had he received the email when he jumped with joy. 

23] As soon as the flowers bloomed, the people turned towards the garden. (Rewrite using -No sooner — than and Hardly —– when)

Ans: No sooner did the flowers bloom than the people turned towards the garden. 

Hardly had the flowers bloomed when the people turned towards the garden. 

24] No sooner had the team scored a goal than the crowd erupted into cheers. (Rewrite using – Hardly —– when)

Ans: Hardly had the team scored a goal when the crowd erupted into cheers.

25] No sooner did the whatsApp message arrive than he picked up phone to read it.

Ans: Hardly had the whatsApp message arrived when he picked up phone to read it.

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There is a social practice much older and much more sacred than any law.

There is no other law as old and much sacred as a social practice  

The law is not as old and much sacred as a social practice  

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6] With old people he was as considerate as a son.

Ans: With old people, a son was not more considerate than he

7] With children as solicitous as a father.

Ans: With children, a father was not more solicitous than he

 

1] There are few things more catching than (like) bad temper (mood स्वभाव) and bad manners.

pass  the  ‘examination  of life’  which  was   far  more  important  than  just  passing IIT examination.

my  friends  were not  only  more  intelligent  than  me.

Walking alone in a jungle needs more alertness (continuous attention) than walking with a companion.

,  my  friends  were not  only  more  intelligent  than  me,

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1] He knew no more of what was going to happen to others than he knew what was going to happen to himself next minute.

Ans: He knew as much of what was going to happen to himself next minute as he knew what was going to happen to others

2] He was as much a stranger to the stars as were his innocent customers.

Ans: His innocent customers were not more a stranger to the stars than he was.

3] It was as much an honest man’s labour as any other.

Ans: No other thing was more an honest man’s labour than it.%%% No other was more an honest man’s labour than it.

4] Bad manners probably do more to poison the stream of the general life than all the crimes in the calendar.

Ans: All the crimes in the calendar probably do not do as much to poison the stream of the general as bad manners.

5] The law is a necessary institution for as society that is still some-what lower than the angels.

Ans: The angels are not a necessary institution for as society that is still some-what as low as the law

6] The policeman is a necessary symbol lower than the angels.

Ans: The angels are not symbol as low as the policeman.

7] His revenge was much more sweet than if he had flung the fellow into the mud.

Ans: if he had flung the fellow into the mud was not as sweet as his revenge.

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2] The law is a necessary institution for as society that is still some-what lower than the angels.

The angels are not a necessary institution for as society that is still some-what as low as the law

 

3] The policeman is a necessary symbol lower than the angels.

The angels are not symbol as low as the policeman.

4] His revenge was much more sweet than if he had flung  the fellow into the mud.

if he had flung  the fellow into the mud was not  as much sweet as his revenge.

 

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