Punctuate the sentences Worksheet-2

Punctuate the sentences Worksheet-2

 

Put in the correct punctuation marks to make a proper sentence:

  1. her name is sheila

(a) Her name is Sheila                     (b) her name is Sheila

(c) Her name is Sheila.                    (d) her name is Sheila

 

  1. come into the room, hitesh

(a) come into the room, Hitesh.    (b) Come into the room, Hitesh

(c) Come into the room, Hitesh     (d) Come into the room, Hitesh.

 

  1. cows and goats eat grass

(a) cows and goats eat grass          (b) cows and goats eat grass.

(c) Cows and goats eat grass.         (d) Cows and Goats eat grass

 

  1. that boy is my brother

(a) that boy is my brother.             (b) That boy is my brother.

(c) that boy is my Brother              (d) that boy is my brother.

 

  1. sunil will come to my house

(a) Sunil will come to my house    (b) sunil will come to My house

(c) Sunil will come to my house.   (d) sunil will come to my house.

 

  1. there is a box on the table

(a) There is a box on the table.      (b) there is a box on the table.

(c) There is a Box on the table.      (d) there is a box on the Table.

 

  1. your name is Gautam

(a) Your name is Gautam                (b) Your name is Gautam.

(c) your name is gautam.                (d) your name is Gautam

 

  1. i like ripe mangoes

(a) I like ripe mangoes.                   (b) i like ripe mangoes

(c) I like ripe mangoes                    (d) i like ripe mangoes.

 

  1. a doctor gives medicine to the sick

(a) a doctor gives medicine to the sick

(b) A doctor gives medicine to the sick

(c) A doctor gives medicine to the sick.

(d) a doctor gives medicine to the sick.

 

  1. i go to school every day

(a) i go to school every day            (b) I go to school every day.

(c) i go to school every day.           (d) I go to school every day

 

  1. my teacher’s name is anita madam

(a) My teacher’s name is Anita madam.

(b) my teacher’s name is Anita madam

(c) my teacher’s name is anita madam

(d) my teacher’s name is anita madam.

 

  1. the sky is blue in colour

(a) The sky is blue in colour           (b) the sky is blue in colour

(c) the sky is blue in colour.           (d) The sky is blue in colour.

 

  1. i brush my teeth twice every day

(a) i brush my teeth twice every day

(b) I brush my teeth twice every day.

(c) I brush my teeth twice every day

(d) i brush my teeth twice every day.

 

  1. my mother tells me a story at night

(a) my Mother tells me a story at night.

(b) My mother tells me a story at night

(c) My mother tells me a story at night.

(d) my mother tells me a story at night

 

  1. the frog jumped into the river

(a) the frog jumped into the river.

(b) The Frog jumped into the river.

(c) The frog jumped into the river

(d) The frog jumped into the river.

 

  1. my father’s name is ramesh

(a) my father’s name is Ramesh.  

(b) my father’s name is ramesh

(c) My father’s name is Ramesh.

(d) my father’s name is Ramesh

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.

  1. D

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A common noun does not start with a capital letter.

  1. B

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A common noun does not start with a capital letter.

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.

  1. A

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A common noun does not start with a capital letter.

  1. B

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.

  1. A

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop.

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop.

  1. B

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. ‘I’ is always a capital letter when used as a pronoun.

  1. A

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.

  1. D

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop.

  1. B

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop.

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A common noun does not start with a capital letter.

  1. D

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A common noun does not start with a capital letter.

  1. C

Sol: Every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends in a full-stop. A proper noun starts with a capital letter.