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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #34673: Interrogative or negative clause
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    Interrogative or negative clause


    Turn into the interrogative clause (?) or the negative clause (-).No contraction.



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    1.Brian spent the night at Bel Air Hotel. (-)
              


    2.He has been sitting in the entrance hall since this morning. (?)
               


    3.She is asking the right questions. (?)
          


    4.They would accept to cooperate with us if we asked them to. (?)
                


    5.They were listening to him. (-)
          


    6.The guests had to sign the book. (?)
            


    7.She had many other friends. (-)
           


    8.Our partners have signed the contract. (-)
           


    9.They have got a lot to do. (?)
           


    10.They often have lunch with her. (?)
           









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