Types of Sentences Worksheet-5

Types of Sentences Worksheet-5

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: is building/ its/ nest/bird/ the/that/on/tree

A. On that tree the bird is building its nest.

B. The bird is building its nest on that tree.

C. That bird is nest its building on the tree.

D. That tree on the bird is building its nest.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: that / uncle / is/ my/ man

A. That uncle my is man.            B. That man is my uncle.

C. That man my uncle is.            D. That uncle is man my.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: beautiful / rose/ this/ how/ is!

A. This rose is how beautiful!

B. How is this rose beautiful!

C. Is this rose how beautiful!

D. How beautiful this rose is!

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: must / always/ truth / speak/we/the.

A. Must we always the truth speak.

B. We must always speak the truth.

C. The truth we must always speak.

D. The speak always we must truth.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: ran / after / mouse / caught / and/ it/the / the / cat

A. The cat after the mouse ran and caught it.

B. The mouse ran after the cat and caught it.

C. The cat ran after the mouse and caught it.

D. The mouse after the cat ran and caught it.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: doctor / told/ me/ my /medicine/ to/ take/ regularly/ the

A. To take my medicine regularly the doctor told me.

B. The doctor told me to take my medicine regularly.

C. Regularly to take my medicine the doctor told me.

D. Told me to take my medicine regularly the doctor.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: wear / we / cotton/ clothes / thin/ summer / during

A. During summer wear we thin cotton clothes.

B. Cotton clothes thin we wear during summer.

C. We wear during summer thin cotton clothes.

D. We wear thin cotton clothes during summer.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: have / extra / an/ pen/ you / do / to /give / me?

A. You do have an extra pen give me to?

B. You do have an extra pen to give me?

C. Do you have an extra pen to give me?

D. An extra  pen do you have to give me?

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: /saw / movie/ then had / dinner / we/ a/ at/ restaurant/and/a

A. We then had dinner at a restaurant and saw a movie.

B. We saw a movie and then had dinner at a restaurant.

C. At a restaurant we saw a movie and then had dinner.

D. We a movie saw and then had dinner at a restaurant.

 

  1. Arrange the words to make a meaningful sentence: bought / lovely  frock / a / matching /with / sandals/she

A. She bought a lovely frock with matching sandals.

B. She bought matching sandals with a lovely frock.

C. Bought she a lovely frock with matching sandals.

D. Matching sandals she bought with a lovely frock.

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

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

  1. B

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

  1. D

Explanation: This is an exclamatory sentence so follow the object – subject – verb order.

  1. B

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

  1. C

Explanation: This is a statement so follow the subject – verb – other words order. Take care that the sentence is also factually correct. Option B cannot be correct factually.

  1. B

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

  1. H

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

  1. C

Explanation: This is a question starting with the helping verb ‘do’ followed by the subject – verb – other words order. Option B is wrong since this is not how we frame questions.

  1. B

Explanation: This is a statement so we follow the subject – verb – other words order. Since ‘then had’ is given together ‘dinner’ must come after ‘saw the movie.’

  1. A

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