Sentence structuring Worksheet-1

Sentence structuring Worksheet-1

 

Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence:

  1. sleeping / bed / on / the / dog / is/ the

A. The dog bed is sleeping on the.

B. The bed is sleeping on the dog.

C. The dog is sleeping on the bed.

D. The dog bed is on the sleeping.

 

  1. in / does / Sunil / his / the/ evening / homework

A. Does Sunil his homework in the evening.

B. Sunil his homework does in the evening.

C. Homework Sunil does his in the evening.

D. Sunil does his homework in the evening.

 

  1. a / seven / there / days / are / in / week

A. There are seven days in a week.

B. There are seven week in a days.

C. Are in a week there seven days.

D. In a week there are seven days.

 

  1. June / in / my / wedding / friend’s / is/ anniversary

A. My friend’s June is in wedding anniversary.

B. June is in my friend’s wedding anniversary.

C. Wedding anniversary is in June my friend’s.

D. My friend’s wedding anniversary is in June.

 

  1. Rohan /Mohan /and /cousins /are

A. Cousins are Mohan and Rohan (Rohan and Mohan).

B. Rohan and Mohan (Mohan and Rohan) are cousins.

C. Are cousins and Mohan Rohan (Rohan Mohan)?

D. And Mohan Rohan (Rohan Mohan) are cousins.

 

  1. boys /working /the /the /are/in /stadium / out

A. The working out are in the boys stadium.

B. The boys are working out in the stadium.

C. The working out boys are the stadium in.

D. In the stadium the boys are working out.

 

  1. cricket /is /my /sport /favourite/son’s

A. Favourite is my son’s sport cricket.

B. My son’s sport is favourite cricket.

C. Favourite cricket is my son’s sport.

D. Cricket is my son’s favourite sport.

 

  1. his daughter’s/ closed/ is /during /summer /school?

A. His daughter’s school is during summer closed?

B. Is his daughter’s school closed during summer?

C. His daughter’s school is closed during summer.

D. Closed is his daughter’s school during summer?

 

  1. upon /once a/ time/ was/ a /rich man /there

A. There was a rich man upon a time once.

B. Once upon a time a rich man was there.

C. There was a rich man once upon a time.

D. Once upon a time there was a rich man.

 

  1. Sunita’s / is/ this/ schoolbag?

A. This is Sunita’s schoolbag.

B. Sunita’s schoolbag is this?

C. Is this Sunita’s schoolbag?

D. Is Sunita’s schoolbag this?

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: Follow the order of Subject – Verb – Other words.

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. D

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: Follow the subject – verb – other words order only. ‘Rohan and Mohan’ can be used both ways – ‘Mohan and Rohan’ 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. C

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