1. All ready (सब तैयार) : We are all ready to join the army.
Already (पहले से) : I have already completed this task.

2. Alternate (बारी-बारी से) : Father and son open shop on alternate days.
Alternative (विकल्प) : There is no alternative but to go to door to door and sell your product.

3. Artistic (कलात्मक, सुन्दर) : My brother wrote a computer program which produces artistic designs.
Artificial (बनावटी, कृत्रिम) : Her smile was artificial.
Artful (चालाक, धूर्त) : My friend has made a fortune through artful schemes.

4. Amiable (सौम्य, सुशील) : I like her amiable nature.
Amicable (मैत्रीपूर्ण, दोस्ताना) : We should settle our differences in an amicable way.

5. Beside (के बगल में) : She stood beside the table.
Besides (के अतिरिक्त) : Besides giving me consolation, he helped me with the money.

6. Casual (आकस्मिक, इत्तिफ़ाक़) : She has applied for casual leaves.
Causal (कारण सम्बन्धी) : There is a causal relationship between both of them.

7. Cite (उदाहरण देना, तलब करना) : Lord Buddha who is highly regarded by their peers tend to be cited.
Site (जगह, स्थान) : I am buying a new site for my new house.
Sight (द्रष्टि, नज़र) : He lost his sight as a baby.

8. Considerable (महत्वपूर्ण) : I have spent a considerable amount of money on my girlfriend.
Considerate (विचारशील) : The new mayor is a considerate man.

9. Credible (विश्वसनीय) : His story was not credible.
Credulous (भोला, आसानी से विश्वास करने वाला) : She is so credulous that anyone can make fool of her.

10. Childish (बचकाना) : Although she is grown up, her habits are childish.
Child-like (बच्चे की तरह) : Her child-like nature loved by everyone.

11. Careless (लापरवाह) : I am totally fed up because of his careless driving.
Carefree (मस्त) : There are few people who are living carefree life today.

12. Classic (प्राचीनकाल-संबंधी) : Queen Padmavati is a classic example of exceptional beauty along with a strong sense of justice.
Classical (शास्त्रीय) : My mother is fond of classical dance.

13. Draught ( घूंट, प्रारूप, ढांचा) : She drinks all the milk in one draught.
Drought (सूखा) : Drought affects the cultivation of major commodities.

14. Descent (पीढ़ी, वंश, उतराई) : The Mountaineers made their descent before sunset.
Dissent (मतभेद, असहमति) : There was no dissent to the proposal by any member of the committee.

15. Dual (दोहरा) : My new mobile has a high-quality dual back camera.
Duel (द्वंद्वयुद्ध) : During Mahabharata, Duryodhana chose Bhima for duel.

16. Deference (सम्मान, आदर) : We should have deference for our elders.
Difference (अंतर) : There is a huge difference between growing older and growing up.

17. Discover (खोजना) : Newton discovered gravitational force.
Invent (आविष्कार करना) : Thomas Alva Edison invented the light bulb.

18. Deny (नकारना, denying the fact) : He denied the criminal charges against him.
Refuse (इनकार, refusing the request) : He refused to take the challenge.

19. Disinterested (निःस्वार्थ, निष्पक्ष, impartial, unbiased) : A lawyer should be under an obligation to give disinterested advice.
Uninterested (अरोचक, bored, unconcerned) : She was uninterested in family business.

20. Effective (प्रभावी) : Project manager has effective control over the team.
Efficacious (प्रभावोत्पादक) : Quitting smoking is efficacious in asthma.

21. Exhausting (थकाऊ) : My two days client meeting was exhausting.
Exhaustive (संपूर्ण) : She published an exhaustive study of earthquakes in Japan.

22. Economic (आर्थिक) : The economic condition of the farmers is very poor in India.
Economical (किफ़ायती, मितव्ययी) : She is economical in all areas of life.

23. Estimate (अनुमान लगाना) : The team members give the estimate for the assigned task.
Estimation (आदर) : A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is held in high estimation by all the people.

24. Forceful (सशक्त, प्रभावशाली) : Her personality was forceful.
Forcible (प्रबल) : The party workers made a forcible entry.

25. Graceful (सुन्दर) : She is graceful.
Gracious (दयालु) : My wife is gracious to the animals.

26. Healthful (सेहतमंद) : Morning yoga is very healthful for us.
Healthy (स्वस्थ) : Kids must eat healthy and non-junk food to stay fit.

27. Historic (इतिहास प्रसिद्ध) : Delhi is a historic place.
Historical (ऐतिहासिक) : There are so many historical buildings to visit in Delhi.

28. Honorary (अवैतनिक) : He is an honorary secretary of the association.
Honourable (माननीय) : He is an honourable member of our family.

29. Imaginary (काल्पनिक) : She told me a story about her imaginary friend.
Imaginative (कल्पनाशील) : Software engineers are imaginative.

30. Incite (उकसाना) : They incited the crowd.
Insight (सूक्ष्म दृष्टि) : Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was a man of deep insight.

31. Industrious (मेहनती) : Industrious people make their country strong.
Industrial (औद्योगिक) : Kanpur is an Industrial city of India.

32. Judicial (अदालती, न्यायिक) : He was absent from the judicial inquiry.
Judicious (विवेकशील, समझदार) : Your judicious decision can make your future bright.

33. Loudly (ऊंचे स्वर से) : They complained loudly about the new English teacher. 
Aloud (सुने जाने योग्य आवाज में) : She spoke aloud so that everyone might listen to her.

34. Memorable (यादगार, स्मरण करने योग्य) : Friends share memorable moments of their school life.
Memorial (स्मारक) : A memorial was built to the memory of Swami Vivekanand.

35. Negligent (लापरवाह) : She was negligent of the work.
Negligible (नगण्य, न के बराबर) : There is a negligible risk in life insurance policy.

36. Sensible (समझदार) : She is a sensible wife.
Sensitive (संवेदनशील, भावुक) : She is a sensitive mother.

37. Tolerable (संतोषजनक) : My boss's behaviour is tolerable.
Tolerant (सहनशील) : He must be tolerant of others.

38. Temporary (अस्थायी) : He was temporarily employed with the company.
Temporal (लौकिक) : This world is full of temporal things.

39. Virtual (आभासी) : There are many virtual reality-based games are available in the market.
Virtuous (भला, भद्र) : I like her virtuous nature.

40. Willing (इच्छुक) : He is willing to buy a house.
Willful (खुदराय) : She is a willful girl.


Transformation of Sentences in Hindi and English

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