Jumble is a word problem in which letters of a word are to be arranged to make a meaningful word. Sometimes, we can also have jumbled words that are to be arranged to make a meaningful sentence.
Arranging letters in a meaningful way to form a word assesses a student's spelling ability, whereas arranging words in a meaningful sentence assesses a student's grammar. Students must understand the correct structure of the sentence in order to arrange the words in a meaningful sentence.
Rearrange the letters given in the following questions to form a meaningful word.
Rearrange the words in the following questions to make a meaningful sentence.
6. night/ station/ I/ railway/ met/ last/ the/ at/ her
a. I will met her at the railway station.
b. I met her at the station last night.
c. She met me at the railway station last night.
d. I met her at the railway station last night.
7. five/ at/ house/ the/ leave/ must/ we
a. We must leave the house at five.
b. We must go at five.
c. We will leave the house at five.
d. We have to leave at five.
8. this/ cinema/ want/ weekend/ to go/ I/ to
a. I want to go to cinema this week.
b. This weekend, I will go to cinema.
c. I want to go to cinema this weekend.
d. This weekend, we want to go to cinema.
9. in/ invest/ money/ some/ stock market/ will/ I
a. Will I invest money in stock market?
b. I will invest some money in stock market.
c. I will invest some in stock market.
d. Will I invest some money in the stock market?
10. Was/ last/ I/ week/ hospital/ in
a. Last week I was in hospital.
b. I was at hospital last week.
c. Last I was in hospital week.
d. I was in a hospital last week.