Exercises on Sentences for Class 6 (Mixed Exercises)

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6 (Mixed Exercises) is for class 6. It consists of many types of exercises. There are 10 exercises in this set. They are written below. You can land onto the exercise as par your choice.

  1. Rewrite the group of words as sentences.
  2. Rewrite the group of words as sentences.
  3. Choose phrase, clause and sentence
  4. Choose phrase, clause and sentence
  5. Identify the type of sentences.
  6. Identify the type of sentences.
  7. Change into negative sentences.
  8. Change into affirmative sentences.
  9. Find subject and predicate.
  10. Find subject and predicate.

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Rewrite the following group of words as sentences. Begin each sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end.

  1. and same Brijesh school study chitra the in
  2. match draw in a ended the
  3. neatly work do deep their and Heena
  4. always you like eat to ice cream an
  5. forgets elephant an never
  6. shortest year of the is February month
  7. without do go not out now torchlight a
  8. balloons children like
  9. a day an apple is eating health for good
  10. fond are of children sweets eating

Check Your Answers

Rewrite the following group of words as sentences. Begin each sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end.

  1. Brijesh and Chitra study in the same school.
  2. The match ended in a draw.
  3. Deep and Heena do their work neatly.
  4. You always like to eat an ice-cream.
  5. An elephant never forgets.
  6. The shortest month of year is February.
  7. Now, do not go out without a torchlight.
  8. Children like balloons.
  9. Eating an apple a day is good for health.
  10. Children are fond of eating sweets.

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

  1. map i helped to him draw the
  2. run the away mice cat the from
  3. tries the spider a its in web catch to fly
  4. children park in the merrily played the
  5. ran fox the away with of cheese piece

Check Your Answers

  1. I helped him to draw the map.
  2. The mice run away from the cat.
  3. The spider tries to catch a fly in its web.
  4. The children played merrily in the park.
  5. The fox ran away with the piece of cheese.

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Tick Mark suitably if you thing the given group of words is a phrase (P), clause (C) or a complete sentence (S) and mark the correct punctuation.

  1. We enjoy playing hockey.
  2. early in the morining
  3. because he was unwell
  4. How stupid you have been
  5. If you eat too much
  6. That you wanted
  7. Send these boxes to my house
  8. In a few hours
  9. Which you have been looking for
  10. My father is devout by nature

Check Your Answers

  1. Sentence
  2. Phrase
  3. Clause
  4. Sentence
  5. Clause
  6. Clause
  7. Clause
  8. Sentence
  9. Phrase
  10. Sentence

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Tick Mark suitably if you thing the given group of words is a phrase (P), clause (C) or a complete sentence (S).

  1. Why are you late?
  2. While we were eating.
  3. The rough muddy road.
  4. Made of plastic
  5. This is an interesting exercise
  6. The boy bounced the ball.
  7. On Monday morning in August.
  8. How many boys are there in the class?
  9. The children have just gon in.
  10. What a nasty fall it is!

Check Your Answers

  1. Sentence
  2. Clause
  3. Phrase
  4. Phrase
  5. Sentence
  6. Sentence
  7. Phrase
  8. Sentence
  9. Sentence
  10. Sentence

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Say whether the following sentence is assertive, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory or operative. Write A for assertive, Q for Interrogative, I for imperative, E for Exclamatory and O for Optative sentences.

  1. How old are you!
  2. What a beautiful boy it is!
  3. Nature is the best physician.
  4. My mother is not well.
  5. Shut the door carefully.
  6. Learn this song by heart.
  7. I shall not go out in the rain.
  8. Draw a line to join these points.
  9. May God bless you!
  10. Do you take exercise daily?

Check Your Answers

  1. Interrogative
  2. Exclamatory
  3. Assertive
  4. Assertive
  5. Imperative
  6. Imperative
  7. Assertive
  8. Imperative
  9. Optative
  10. Interrogative

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

  1. Your good wishes are always with me.
  2. Please, give me two tickets for the show.
  3. Did you celebrate your birthday this year?
  4. Always go out with an umbrella during the monsoons.
  5. How wonderful is the rain after the dust and heat!
  6. You must not sleep till seven in the morning.
  7. A helicopter cannot fly faster than an aeroplane.
  8. We will not buy such new things.
  9. How badly was she injured!
  10. I brush my teeth after every meal.

Check Your Answers

  1. Assertive
  2. Imperative
  3. Interrogative
  4. Imperative
  5. Exclamatory
  6. Assertive
  7. Assertive
  8. Assertive
  9. Exclamatory
  10. Assertive

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Change the following into negative sentences

  1. Sarita was late today.
  2. Radha can run fast.
  3. You have done your work perfectly.
  4. Anita speaks French.
  5. You learnt the lesson well
  6. We shall go to Delhi this Sunday.
  7. I shall go there.
  8. You are the monitor of the class.
  9. Arun gave me the book for a week.

Check Your Answers

  1. Sarita was not late today.
  2. Radha can not run fast.
  3. You have not done your work perfectly.
  4. Anita does not speak French.
  5. You did not learn the lesson well.
  6. We shall not go to Delhi this Sunday.
  7. I shall not go there.
  8. You are not the monitor of the class.
  9. Arun did not give me the book for a week.

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

  1. The dog is in the kennel.
  2. The ladies are cleaning the room
  3. I brush my teeth after every meal.
  4. I am not tired.
  5. I shall go out in the rain.
  6. This timepiece has an alarm in it.
  7. You are well now.
  8. He will sleep till seven in the morning.
  9. The lady shouted at her.
  10. The crowd cheered the winners.

Check Your Answers

  1. Is the dog in the kennel?
  2. Are the ladies cleaning the room?
  3. Do I brush my teeth after every meal?
  4. Am I not tired?
  5. Shall I go out in the rain?
  6. Has this timepiece an alarm in it?
  7. Are you well now?
  8. Will he sleep till seven in the morning?
  9. Did the lady shout at her?
  10. Did the crowd cheer the winners?

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

Find the subject and predicate in each of the following sentences.

  1. The Geeta is the sacred book of the Hindus.
  2. At the bottom of the sea sank the Titanic.
  3. Who broke the glass?
  4. Please, help him.
  5. collecting stamps is a good hobby.
  6. On the table was a bundle of boxes.
  7. Do not disturb me.
  8. William tell shot the apple.
  9. The teacher appointed him the monitor.
  10. Mighty hope makes us men.

Check Your Answers

  1. The Geeta is the sacred book of the Hindus.
  2. At the bottom of the sea sank the Titanic.
  3. Who broke the glass?
  4. Please, help him.
  5. Collecting stamps is a good hobby.
  6. On the table was a bundle of boxes.
  7. Do not disturb me.
  8. William tell shot the apple.
  9. The teacher appointed him the monitor.
  10. Mighty hope makes us men.

Exercises on Sentences for Class 6

  1. A guilty conscience needs no excuse.
  2. Labour conquers all things.
  3. The scenery of Shimla is charming.
  4. Your hair is curly.
  5. an earthquake brings miseries.
  6. The postman delivers letters every morning.
  7. Hema was absent yesterday.
  8. Keep quiet.
  9. The ground was full of stones.
  10. The cattle on the hill are all mine.

Check Your Answers

  1. A guilty conscience needs no excuse.
  2. Labour conquers all things.
  3. The scenery of Shimla is charming.
  4. Your hair is curly.
  5. An earthquake brings miseries.
  6. The postman delivers letters every morning.
  7. Hema was absent yesterday.
  8. Keep quiet.
  9. The ground was full of stones.
  10. The cattle on the hill are all mine.
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