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    Change the following affirmative sentences into negative and interrogative ones.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: He is having lunch.
    He isn't having lunch.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: Peter and Emily are doing their homework.
    Peter and Emily aren't doing their homework.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: I am sitting in the living room.
    I am not sitting in the living room.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: Trevor is playing football.
    Trevor isn't playing football.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): We are listening to music.
    Are we / you listening to music?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: She is wearing a green dress.
    She isn't wearing a green dress.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: The cat is sleeping.
    The cat isn't sleeping.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): Jade is sending a text message.
    Is Jade sending a text message?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: The students are talking to their teacher.
    The students aren't talking to their teacher.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): He is writing an email.
    Is he writing an email?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): They are studying Maths.
    Are they studying Maths?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into negative sentence: They are working.
    They aren't working.
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): Sam is painting a picture.
    Is Sam painting a picture?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (yes/no question): His sister is wearing a ponytail.
    Is his sister wearing a ponytail?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (Wh-question): Their son is wearing a hoodie and jeans. (What......?)
    What is their son wearing?
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  • Change the following affirmative sentence into interrogative sentence (Wh- question): Susan is staying at her grandparents' house this week. (Where.... ?)
    Where is Susan staying this week?
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