Jumbled Sentences for Class 9

Sentence Reordering Exercises

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words and phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. in/found/Neelkurunji/are/flowers Munnar/only ?
  2. our/and/went through/made/newspapers/we/the/made cutting for/all/research.
  3. laughed/audience/the/cried with/and actor/the.
  4. harder/better/had/worked/regret/you/than/later.

Answer

  1. Are Neelkurunji flowers found only in Munnar?
  2. We went through all the newspapers and made cutting for our research.
  3. The audience laughed and cried with the actor.
  4. You had better worked harder than regret later.

Q. Rearrange the following groups of jumbled words/ phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. check/dropped in/to/on us/she.
  2. is/costlier/nothing/parting with/than/books.
  3. to pay/will/the/you/tribute/join us to/maestro?
  4. tirelessly/us/as we/he/enjoyed the/smiled at/quietude/moon/of the night.

Answer

  1. She dropped in to check on us.
  2. Nothing is costlier than parting with books.
  3. Will you join us to pay tribute to the maestro ?
  4. The moon smiled at us tirelessly as we enjoyed the quietude of the night.

Q. Rearrange the following groups of jumbled words/phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. a great/Hussain’s/was astounded/in such/I/my painting/art exhibition/to find/beside.
  2. bird bath/is a home/the/to/her garden/myriad birds/in.
  3. much/little/can avert/humanity/bloodshed/a.
  4. to give up/didn’t have/he/other option/but/any.

Answer

  1. I was astounded to find my painting beside Hussain’s in such a great art exhibition.
  2. The bird bath in her garden is a home to myriad birds.
  3. A little humanity can avert much bloodshed.
  4. He didn’t have any other option but to give up

Q. Rearrange the following words or phrases into meaningful sentences:

  1. is a/whoever/great soul/is/man/brave,/of
  2. end of/is to/the/life/true/never/know/ends/that/life.
  3. the fear itself/the/we/to fear/only/have/thing/is
  4. is/stress/majorly/our/lives/affecting.

Answer

  1. Whoever is brave, is a man of great soul.
  2. The true end of life is to know that life never ends.
  3. The only thing we have to fear is the fear itself.
  4. Stress is majorly affecting our lives.

Q. Look at the words/phrases given below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.

  1. is/the/it/cause/root/many/of/problems/health.
  2. helps/meditation/release/stress.
  3. or word/is in/as a/one of/the best/you can make/letter-writer/processor/a typewriter/investments
  4. has/advantages/handwriting/great/over/typing/two

Answer

  1. It is the root cause of many health problems.
  2. Meditation helps release stress.
  3. One of the best investments you can make as a letter-writer is in a typewriter or word processor.
  4. Typing has two great advantages over handwriting.

Q. Look at the word/phrases given below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet.

  1. good/handwriting/a/is/paper/smile/on/a
  2. impresses/it/the/person/happens/who/read/to/it.
  3. examiner/an/can/it/read/any/without/effort.
  4. always/and presented/it/neatly/is/legible

Answer

  1. A good handwriting is a smile on paper.
  2. It impresses the person who happens to read it.
  3. An examiner can read it without any effort.
  4. It is always legible and presented neatly.

Q. Look at the words and phrases given below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.

  1. make use/of it/is/how/we/important
  2. therefore/more effectively/one/manage/should/one’s time
  3. many/has/rising/advantages/early
  4. our/beginning/a/good/day/gives/it/to

Answer

  1. How we make use of it is important.
  2. Therefore one should manage one’s time more effectively.
  3. Early rising has many advantages.
  4. It gives a good beginning to our day.

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words and phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. control/physical exercise/taking/helps/bad temper/a
  2. people/relax/helps/television/watching
  3. overworked/if/you/you are/should/a holiday/take
  4. bodies/in/minds/our/early/fresh/morning/the/and/are

Answer

  1. Taking physical exercise helps control a bad temper.
  2. Watching television helps people relax.
  3. If you are over-worked you should take a holiday.
  4. Our minds and bodies are fresh in the early morning.

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words and phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. after/a/years/four/comes/leap/year
  2. are/there/month/February/of/a/nine/in/year/twenty/days/leap/the/in
  3. are/and/hundred/days/in/year/that/sixty six/there/three
  4. increases/their/it/rating/T.V./time/in/prime

Answer

  1. A leap year comes after four years.
  2. There are twenty nine days in the month of February in a leap year.
  3. There are three hundred and sixty six days in that year.
  4. It increases their T.V. rating in prime time.

Q. Rearrange each set of words to make sentences. Use appropriate punctuation marks.

  1. a resident of Noida near Delhi/is visually impaired/George Abraham.
  2. confidence and competitive spirit/and infuses discipline among the participants/it provides
  3. he has helped/the brain behind the World Cup Cricket/the disable to dream
  4. to the blind school in Delhi/it was a chance visit/that changed his life

Answer

  1. George Abraham, a resident of Noida near Delhi, is visually impaired.
  2. It provides, confidence and competitive spirit and infuses discipline among the participants.
  3. He has helped the disable, to dream- the brain behind the World Cup Cricket.
  4. It was a chance visit to the blind school in Delhi that changed his life.

Q. Rearrange each set of words to make sentences. Use appropriate punctuation marks.

  1. when I gave her/the bad news/she turned pale
  2. become rotten/as it has/the apple/don’t eat
  3. great friends/last quarrel/after their/they became
  4. first and only novel/after her/got a prize/she became famous

Answer

  1. She turned pale when I gave her the bad news.
  2. Don’t eat the apple as it has become rotten.
  3. They became great friends after their last quarrel.
  4. She became famous after her first and only novel got a prize.

Q. Rearrange each set of words to make sentences. Use appropriate punctuation marks.

  1. the orphan child/the court/guardian of/appointed him
  2. friends/time/enemies/the worst/makes
  3. of the club/elected/secretary/him, they
  4. approaching/the/saw/we/storm

Answer

  1. The court appointed him, guardian of the orphan child.
  2. Time makes friends, the worst enemies.
  3. They elected him secretary of the club.
  4. We saw the approaching storm.

Q. Rearrange each set of words to make sentences. Use appropriate punctuation marks.

  1. in suspense/thing/it is/to live/a miserable
  2. lessons/taught/us/has/experience/many
  3. boy/all work/a dull/Jack/and/makes/no play
  4. skill/requires/to drive/care/a motor-car/and
  5. at the end/very tired/the postman/looked/of the day

Answer

  1. It is a miserable thing to live in suspense.
  2. Experience has taught us many lessons.
  3. All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.
  4. To drive a motor-car, requires care and skill.
  5. At the end of the day, the postman looked very tired.

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words into meaningful sentences.

  1. every/four/hours/the fast/take/liquids/during
  2. the fast/grapes/is recommended/and/orange/during/juice/of/lemons.
  3. may/also/vegetable/soup/your/doctor/recommend
  4. in/every/year/people/this/way/die

Answer

  1. Take liquids every four hours, during the fast.
  2. Juice of lemons, grapes and orange is recommended during the fast.
  3. Your doctor may also recommend vegetable soup.
  4. Every year people die in this way.

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words into meaningful sentences.

  1. a picture/enjoy/likes to/everybody/today
  2. halls/picture/found/are/small towns/even in
  3. picture hall/is/a/also/town/my/in/there
  4. can/kill/even/of/electric current/a/small/amount

Answer

  1. Today, everybody likes to enjoy a picture.
  2. Picture halls are found even in small towns.
  3. There is also a picture hall in my town.
    Even a small amount of electric current can kill.

Q. Rearrange the jumbled words and phrases into meaningful sentences.

  1. dreamt/climbing/Mount Everest/of/Santosh Yadav
  2. peak/she/in scaling/the/twice/succeeded
  3. many/in these/take/races/part/teams
  4. the river/a lot/from/them/of/watch/people/banks

Answer

  1. Santosh Yadav dreamt of climbing Mount Everest.
  2. She succeeded in scaling the peak twice.
  3. Many teams take part in these races.
  4. A lot of people watch them from the river banks.

Q. Look at the words and phrases given below. Rearrange to form meaningful sentences. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet.

  1. invited me/his home/he/a meal/for/one day/to
  2. horrified/wife/his/idea/was/at the
  3. non-Brahmin/could not/to dine/allow/boy/she/a/there
  4. are/of nature/a great gift/to humanity/trees

Answer

  1. One day, he invited me to his home for a meal.
  2. His wife was horrified at the idea.
  3. She could not allow a non-Brahmin boy to dine there.
  4. Trees are a great gift of nature to humanity.

Q. Look at the jumbled up words and phrases given below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences.

  1. vehicles on the roads/are/day-by-day/increasing/the number of
  2. becomes worse/when we/the traffic rules,/do not follow/the situation
  3. also learn/our vehicles/at the/to park/proper place/we should
  4. add/of the/they/to the beauty/surroundings

Answer

  1. The number of vehicles on the roads are increasing day-by-day.
  2. When we do not follow the traffic rules, the situation becomes worse.
  3. We should also learn to park our vehicles at the proper place.
  4. They add to the beauty of the surroundings.

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