Word Order Scrambled Sentences Worksheet
Use capitalization, punctuation and word order grammar skills to put jumbled words
back in order and write a complete sentence.
Write a sentence in this box:
that uses all these words:
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Many people get together with their family on Thanksgiving Day.
Could you help him do his homework?
Would you like to borrow my copy of the book?
Do you know what's wrong with the printer?
Who hosted the Winter Olympics in 2010?
She asked, "Have you been here before?"
Have you ever been to Vancouver?
How much TV do you watch each week?
When did you learn how to do that?
Did you get good seats for the concert?
Did you walk to school this morning or take the bus?
Are you ever going to finish that painting?
How much longer do you want to wait?
How long do you think we will have to wait?
Do you know when Earth Day is this year?
Please wait until your number is called.
Don't believe everything you read.
He liked every song on the album.
I'll be back in less than an hour.
He showed me how to do that yesterday.
We spent the summer at a cottage on the lake.
He never misses a baseball game.
Most of the people who saw the movie liked it.
Our team just won the state championship!
I can't believe how high up the mountain we are!
That's the best cake I've ever eaten!
Our city banned plastic bags to reduce ocean pollution.
There is a new baby polar bear at the zoo.
Our galaxy is called the Milky Way.
The brightest star in the sky is Sirius.
What is the brightest star in the sky?
The planet Venus is closer to the sun that the Earth is.
Which is closer to the sun, the Earth or Venus?
There were many books in the library.
How many books have you read this year?
She finished doing the crossword puzzle.
They rode their bikes instead of driving.
Ask everybody how they got to school and record the results.
Nobody wanted to eat the last piece.
What is the population of the United States?
Make a list of everything that you eat.
On Valentine's Day, many people send cards.
The blue whale is the largest animal in the world.
The giant panda is a very rare animal.
The jaguar is the largest cat in the Americas.
The tiger is an endangered species.
Many species are threatened by loss of habitat.
The polar bear is threatened by global warming.
Vancouver hosted the Winter Olympics in 2010.
Nordic skiing is another name for cross-country skiing.
Biathlon combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting.
Bobsleighs can go faster than 90 miles per hour.
Skeleton racers slide down the track head first.
Luge racers slide down the track feet first.
Slalom racers make two runs down two courses.
The Olympics are held once every four years.
The three Olympic sliding sports are bobsleigh, luge and skeleton.
North American ice hockey rinks are smaller than international ones.