This grammar section explains English Grammar in a clear and simple way. There are example sentences to show how the language is used.
We also providing Extra Questions for Class 9 English Chapter wise.
Jumbled Sentences Exercise With Answers for Class 9 Pdf
1. (a) check / please / details / the / for / website
(b) sister / chocolates / loves / my / and / ice creams / eating
(c) place / nobody / parents / take / the / can / of
(a) Please check the website for details.
(b) My sister loves eating chocolates and ice creams.
(c) Nobody can take the place of parents.
2. Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. Write the correct sentences in your notebooks against the correct blank numbers. The first one has been done as an example for you. (3 marks)
the/abundant/with/reserves/its/of gold/the Republic of South Africa/is/country in/diamonds/Africa/and/richest
The Republic of South Africa, with its abundant reserves of gold and diamonds, is the richest country in Africa.
- its/unpopular/the most/ago/some/government/in the/one of/world/years/was
- treated/South Africa/were/in/whites and non-whites/separately
- all/apartheid/this policy/called/by/the/countries of the world/was opposed
3. (a) do not / please / the roads / litter
(b) surroundings / your / clean / keep / and / neat
(c) godliness / next to / is / cleanliness
(a) Do not litter the roads please.
Please do not litter the roads.
(b) Keep your surroundings neat and clean.
(c) Cleanliness is next to godliness.
4. Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. Write the correct sentences in your notebooks against the correct blank numbers. The first one has been done as an example for you. (3 marks)
Once we had a big guest at home.
- she/relatives/belonged/our/to/rich/one of
- us/wanted/place/her/to keep/at/for/some/our/days/he
5. (a) its / urbanisation / in India / everywhere / has / tentacles / spread
(b) only / the country / a / land / of / remains / villages / in name
(c) policy-makers / numerous / this / posed / challenges / has / the / to
(a) Urbanisation has spread its tentacles everywhere in India.
(b) The country remains a land of villages only in name.
(c) This has posed numerous challenges to the policy-makers.