Sentence structuring Worksheet-2

Sentence structuring Worksheet-2

 

Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence:

  1. Michael working in study is his

A. Is his study working in Michael?

B. Working in his study is Michael.

C. Michael is working in his study.

D. Study is working in his Michael.

 

  1. friends / from/ Kolkata / come / my /have

A. Come have my friends from Kolkata?

B. My friends have come from Kolkata.

C. Kolkata have come my friends from.

D. Friends have come from Kolkata my.

 

  1. tiger / has/ on/ body / its/ black /stripes /the

A. The tiger has black stripes on its body.

B. Black stripes the tiger has on its body.

C. On its body the tiger has black stripes.

D. Its body the tiger has black stripes on

 

  1. offices / closed / Saturdays / on / all / should / be

A. All offices should be closed on Saturdays.

B. On Saturdays all offices should be closed.

C. Should closed be all offices on Saturdays.

D. Saturdays all offices be should closed on.

 

  1. adore / youngsters / many / cricketers / Dhoni /Virat /like/and

A. Many cricketers adore Dhoni and Virat like youngsters.

B. Many Dhoni and Virat adore youngsters like cricketers.

C. Many youngsters adore cricketers like Dhoni and Virat.

D. Many youngsters like adore cricketers Dhoni and Virat.

 

  1. falls / on / 14th / January / does / Uttarayan

A. Falls on January 14th Uttarayan.

B. January falls on 14th Uttarayan.

C. Uttarayan falls on 14th January.

D. On 14th January falls Uttarayan.

 

  1. go / to / every/day / school / children/must

A. Go to must school every day children.

B. School children must go to every day.

C. Go children to must school every day.

D. Children must go to school every day.

 

  1. subject / interesting / is / Math / an/ slightly/ but/ difficult

A. Interesting subject is an Math but slightly difficult.

B. An Math is interesting but slightly difficult subject.

C. Math is an interesting but slightly difficult subject.

D. Subject is an interesting but slightly difficult Math.

 

  1. are / fifty / weeks / a / in / year / there/two

A. There are fifty two weeks in a year.

B. fifty two weeks there are in a year.

C. In a year are fifty two there weeks?

D. Weeks are there fifty two in a year.

 

  1. is / sleeping / who / in / this / room?

A. In this room who is sleeping?

B. Who is sleeping in this room?

C. Who in this room is sleeping?

D. Is sleeping who in this room?

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Follow the subject – verb – other words order only.

 

  1. B

Explanation: Since this is a sentence we have to follow only the Subject – verb – other words order. We CANNOT follow the Verb – subject – other words order.

 

  1. A

Explanation: This is a statement and so we have to follow the subject – verb – other words order only.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Follow the subject – verb – other words order only as this is a statement.

 

  1. C

Explanation: This is a statement so we must use the subject – verb – other words order only. Virat and Dhoni – this order is also correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since this is a statement, we must follow the subject – verb – other words order only.

 

  1. D

Explanation: This is a statement and so we follow the Subject – verb – other words order.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Since this is a statement we follow the subject – verb – other words order.

 

  1. A

Explanation: This is a statement which starts with the introductory word ‘There’ followed by the verb – other words order.

 

  1. B

Explanation: This is a question starting with a ‘WH’ word, followed by the verb – subject – other words order.