1. The young seagull uttered a joyful scream. (adjective)
2. The young seagull screamed with joy. (noun)
3. The young seagull screamed joyfully. (adverb)
1. The young bird pretended to be falling asleep. (verb)
2. The young bird made a pretension of falling asleep. (noun)
3. The young bird made a pretentious posture of falling asleep. (adjective)
Note that in the Set 1, the adjective ‘joyful’ is changed to its noun form ‘joy’ and to its adverb form ‘joyfully’.
In the Set 2, the verb ‘pretend’ has been transformed to its noun form ‘pretension’ and to its adjective form ‘pretentious’.
We can transform a sentence by interchanging parts of speech without changing its meaning.
1. His family was screaming and offering him food. (to adjective)
Adjective: She is a screaming beast.
2. The young seagull gave out a loud call. (to adverb)
To Adverb:The young seagull called out loudly
3. The bird cackled amusedly while flying. (to noun)
To Noun:The bird cackled with amusement.
4. The depth of the sea from the ledge scared the seagull. (to adjective)
Adjective: The seagull was scared of the deep
5. The successful flight of the bird was a proud moment for the seagull’s family. (to verb)
To Verb: The bird flew successfully.
1. coward - Tom is a coward.
2. gradual - The economic growth is gradual.
3. praise - Always praise the good deeds of others.
4. courageous - Gandhiji was very courageous.
5. starvation - My health is spoiled because of starvation.