Important Grammar from Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day Sonnet NO.18 For HS Students West Bengal.

Important Grammar from Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day?: Prepare these Grammar. Do an Excellent Result in your HS Final Exam.

You are more beautiful than summer. (Turn into positive degree)

Ans: Summer is not so beautiful as you.

You are more temperate than summer.

Ans: Summer is not so temperate as you.

Winds are rough. They shake the darling buds of May. Join into a Simple Sentence)

Ans: Rough winds do shake/shake the darling buds of May.

You are fairer than summer.

Ans: Summer is not so fair as you.

But thy eternal summer shall not fade. (Turn into an assertive sentence)

Ans: But thy eternal summer shall remain unfaded.

His gold complexion is not as lasting as yours. (Turn into competitive degree)

Ans: Your gold complexion is more lasting than his.

Thy summer shall not fade. It is eternal.  (Join into a Simple Sentence)

Ans: Thy eternal summer shall not fade.

Thy summer shall not fade. It is eternal.  (Join into a Compound Sentence)

Ans: Thy summer is eternal and so it will not fade.

Thy summer shall not fade. It is eternal.  (Join into a Complex Sentence)

Ans: Thy summer shall not fade as/because it is eternal.

Cloud dims his complexion often. He is gold in complexion. (Join into a Simple Sentence)

Ans: Cloud often dims his gold complexion.

The poet said,”Often is his gold complexion dimmed.”

Ans: The poet said that his gold complexion was often dimmed.

The poet said,”Every fair from fair sometime declines.”

Ans: The poet said that every fair from fair sometime declines.

The eye of heaven shines. Sometime it shines too hot. (Join into a simple sentence)

Ans: The eye of heaven sometime shines too hot.

The poet said,”Summer’s lease hath all too short a date.”

Ans: The poet said that summer’s lease had all too short a date.

You possess fairness. You will not lose it. (Join into a Complex Sentence)

Ans: You will not lose the fairness that you possess.

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