Types of Sentences Worksheet-6

Types of Sentences Worksheet-6

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: is / game/ chance/ of /cricket/a

A. Cricket is a game of chance.

B. A game of chance cricket is.

C. A chance of game cricket is.

D. A game of cricket chance is.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: referee / football player / card /  yellow / the / the / a / gave

A. The football player the referee a yellow card gave.

B. The referee the football player a yellow card gave.

C. The referee gave the football player a yellow card.

D. Gave the football player a yellow card the referee.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: is / great, / God / He / isn’t?

A. Is God great, isn’t He?            B. God is great, isn’t He?

C. He is great, God isn’t?            D. Is He great, God isn’t?

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: raised / his / bat/ the / batsman/ when / century,/ scored/ a/ he

A. The batsman raised his bat when he scored a century,.

B. When the batsman scored a century, he raised his bat.

C. Raised his bat the batsman scored a century, when he.

D. When he raised his bat the batsman scored a century,.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: will be / if/ comes/ late/ punished/ she / she

A. If she comes late she will be punished.

B. She if comes late will be she punished.

C. She will be punished if she comes late.

D. If comes late she will she be punished.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: the / communication / best / method / of / are / e-mails

A. The best method of communication e-mails are.

B. Method of the best communication e-mails are.

C. The method of best communication e-mails are.

D. E-mails are the best method of communication.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: more/ pollution/ in/is / there / cities / in /villages / than

A. There is more pollution in the villages than in the cities.

B. There is more pollution in the cities than in the villages.

C. More is there pollution in the cities than in the villages.

D. More pollution is there in the villages than in the cities.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: tomorrow / come/ my /when / will/house/ you/to?

A. You will come to my house tomorrow when?

B. Come to my house when will you tomorrow?

C. When will you come to my house tomorrow?

D. Tomorrow will you come to my house when?

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: glass/ water,/ give/ please/ me/a/of

A. Please give me a glass of water.

B. Give me a glass of water, please.

C. A glass of water, give me please.

D. Give a glass of water, me please.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: home, / dog / my/ was waiting/ me/ for/ returned/ I / when

A. My dog was waiting for me when I returned home.

B. Was waiting for me my dog home, I returned when.

C. When I returned home, my dog was waiting for me.

D. Was my dog waiting for me when I returned home.

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Explanation: This is a statement so follow the subject – verb – other words order.

  1. C

Explanation: This is a statement so follow the subject – verb – other words order. Take care to be factually correct also.

  1. B

Explanation: This sentence has a comma and a question tag and so must be written only as per option B.

  1. B

Explanation: This is a statement with two parts. Since the comma is after ‘century’ this word must be in the middle of the sentence and so only option B is the correct answer.

  1. C

Explanation: This statement has two parts and there is no comma anywhere, so only option C is correct as the conditional part must come after the main part of the sentence.

  1. D

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

  1. B

Explanation: This is a statement which has a comparison. Thus we must be factually correct also while following the subject – verb – other words format. Thus only option B is correct.

  1. C

Explanation: This is a question so we start with the “WH” word followed by the verb – subject – other words order.

  1. B

Explanation: This is an imperative sentence in request form. Note the comma which is after ‘water’ and so the request word ‘please’ has to be at the end of the sentence. Thus Option A cannot be correct. Also follow the verb – other words order.

  1. C

Explanation: This is a statement in two parts. Note the comma which is after ‘home’ and so ‘home’ must be at the end of the first part followed by the main part of the sentence. Thus only option C is correct.