Types of Sentences Worksheet-2

Types of Sentences Worksheet-2

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: Mickey studying in library is the

A. Mickey is studying in the library.

B. Studying in the library is Mickey.

C. Is the library studying in Mickey?

D. Library is studying in the Mickey.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: parents/ from/ Mumbai/ are/ my

A. Are my parents from Mumbai?

B. My parents are from Mumbai?

C. Mumbai are my parents from.

D. Parents are from Mumbai my.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: leopard / has/ on/ body / its/ black /spots /the

A. Its body the leopard has black spots on

B. Black spots the leopard has on its body.

C. On its body the leopard has black spots.

D. The leopard has black spots on its body.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: schools / closed / Sundays / on / all / always / the

A. All the schools are always closed on Sundays.

B. On Sundays all the schools are always closed.

C. Always closed are all the schools on Sundays.

D. Sundays all the schools are always closed on.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: love / people / many / actors / Salman /Khan /like

A. Many actors love Salman Khan like people.

B. Many Salman Khan love people like actors.

C. Many people love actors like Salman Khan.

D. Many people like love actors Salman Khan.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: falls / on / 25th / December / does / Christmas

A. Christmas falls on 25th December.

B. December falls on 25th Christmas.

C. Falls on December 25th Christmas.

D. On 25th December falls Christmas.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: go / to / every/day / school / we

A. Go to school every day we.

B. We go to school every day.

C. Go we to school every day.

D. School we go to every day.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: subject / interesting / is / English / an

A. Interesting subject is an English.

B. An English is interesting subject.

C. English is an interesting subject.

D. Subject is an interesting English.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: are / four / weeks / a / in / month / there

A. There are four weeks in a month.

B. Four weeks there are in a month.

C. In a month are four there weeks?

D. Weeks are there four in a month.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: is / there / who / in / the / room?

A. In the room who is there?

B. Who is there in the room?

C. Who in the room is there?

D. Is there who in the room?

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

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

  1. C

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. D

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.

  1. A

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

  1. B

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.