Types of Sentences Worksheet-1

Types of Sentences Worksheet-1

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: sitting / mat / on / the / cat / is/ the

A. The cat mat is sitting on the.

B. The cat is sitting on the mat.

C. The mat is sitting on the cat.

D. The cat mat is on the sitting.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: every / do / I / my /  evening / homework

A. Do I my homework every evening.

B. I my homework do every evening.

C. I do my homework every evening.

D. Homework I do my every evening.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: a / twelve / there / months / are / in / year

A. Are in a year there twelve months.

B. There are twelve year in a months.

C. There are twelve months in a year.

D. In a year there are twelve months.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: May / in / my / birthday / is

A. My May is in birthday.

B. May is in my birthday.

C. Birthday is in may my.

D. My birthday is in May.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: Gita /Rita /and /sisters /are

A. Gita and Rita (Rita and Gita) are sisters.

B. Sisters are Rita and Gita (Gita and Rita).

C. Are sisters and Rita Gita (Gita Rita)?

D. And Rita Gita (Gita Rita) are sisters.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: girls /studying /the /the /are/in /room

A. The studying are in the girls room.

B. The girls are studying in the room.

C. The studying girls are the room in.

D. In the room the girls are studying.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: season /is /my /summer /favourite

A. Favourite is my summer season.

B. My summer is favourite season.

C. Favourite season is my summer.

D. Summer is my favourite season.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: your/ closed/ is /in /winter /school?

A. Your school is in winter closed?

B. Is your school closed in winter?

C. Your school is closed in winter.

D. Closed is your school in winter?

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: upon /once a/ time/ was/ a /king /there

A. There was a king upon a time once.

B. Once upon a time a king was there.

C. There was a king once upon a time.

D. Once upon a time there was a king.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: your / is/ this/ friend?

A. Is this your friend?

B. Your friend is this?

C. This is your friend.

D. Is your friend this?

 

Answer Key:

  1. B
  2. C

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

  1. C

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

  1. D

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

  1. A

Explanation: Follow the subject – verb – other words order only. ‘Gita and Rita’ can be used both ways – ‘Rita and Gita’ is also correct.

  1. B

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

  1. D

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

  1. B

Explanation: Since this is a question, follow the Verb – subject – other words order only.

  1. D

Explanation: Such a sentence is always started with ‘Once upon a time’ and then the introductory ‘there’ is used followed by the Verb – other words order.

  1. A

Explanation: Since this is a question follow the Verb – subject – other words order only.