Punctuate the sentences Worksheet-4

Punctuate the sentences Worksheet-4

 

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

  1. is sunita your friend

(a) Is Sunita your friend?                (b) is Sunita your friend?

(c) is sunita your friend?                 (d) Is Sunita your friend.

 

  1. ‘my friend ganesha’ is a nice movie

(a) ‘my friend ganesha’ is a nice movie.

(b) ‘My friend Ganesha’ is a nice movie.

(c) ‘my friend Ganesha’ is a nice movie

(d) ‘my friend ganesha’ is a nice movie

 

  1. i love to play cricket

(a) I love to play cricket                  (b) i love to play cricket

(c) i love to play cricket.                 (d) I love to play cricket.

 

  1. why are you late today

(a) why are you late today?           (b) Why are you late today?

(c) Why are you late today            (d) why are you late today

 

  1. my book is on the table

(a) My book is on the table.           (b) My book is on the table

(c) my Book is on the table.           (d) my book is on the table

 

  1. when will you come home

(a) when will you come home?     (b) When will you come home?

(c) When will you come home.      (d) when will you come home

 

  1. a tiger has black stripes on its body

(a) a tiger has black stripes on its body

(b) a tiger has black stripes on its body.

(c) A Tiger has black stripes on its body.

(d) A tiger has black stripes on its body.

 

  1. a cow has two horns and four legs

(a) A cow has two horns and four legs.

(b) A cow has two horns and four legs

(c) a cow has two horns and four legs.

(d) a cow has two horns and four legs

 

  1. we have a holiday on sunday

(a) We have a holiday on Sunday.

(b) We have a holiday on Sunday

(c) we have a holiday on Sunday.

(d) we have a holiday on Sunday

 

  1. we should not watch too much television

(a) we should not watch too much television

(b) we should not watch too much television.

(c) We should not watch too much television.

(d) We should not watch too much television

 

  1. my mother cooks nice food

(a) my mother cooks nice food

(b) my Mother cooks nice food.

(c) My mother cooks nice food

(d) My mother cooks nice food.

 

  1. samir is a good boy

(a) samir is a good boy.                  (b) Samir is a good boy.

(c) samir is a good boy                   (d) Samir is a good boy

 

  1. what have you got for lunch

(a) what have you got for lunch? 

(b) what have you got for lunch

(c) What have you got for lunch?

(d) what have you got for lunch.

 

  1. i have got two new pencils

(a) i have got two new pencils.      (b) I have got two new pencils.

(c) I have got two new pencils       (d) i have got two new pencils

 

  1. there are many flowers in the garden

(a) there are many flowers in the garden

(b) there are many flowers in the garden.

(c) There are many flowers in the garden

(d) There are many flowers in the garden.

 

  1. what is your mother’s name

(a) What is your mother’s name.

(b) what is your mother’s name?

(c) What is your mother’s name?

(d) What is your mother’s name

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

Sol: Every question starts with a capital letter and ends in a question mark. A proper noun starts 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. D

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

  1. B

Sol: Every question starts with a capital letter and ends in a question mark.

  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 question starts with a capital letter and ends in a question mark.

  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. A

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

  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. C

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

  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. B

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 question starts with a capital letter and ends in a question mark.

  1. B

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

  1. D

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

  1. C

Sol: Every question starts with a capital letter and ends in a question mark.