Jumble is a word problem where sentences or words are to be rearranged by scrambling its words or letters respectively. Usually, the words are rearranged to devise a grammatically correct and meaningful word, sentence or even paragraph.
• rain/ are/ the/ kids/ dancing/ in
• Kids are dancing in the rain.
A sentence has mainly three parts:
• Subject, verb and object
• She (subject) is eating (verb) an apple. (object)
To make a grammatically correct and meaningful sentence, the order of subject, verb and object should be correct. Generally, verb comes after the subject but in interrogative sentences verb comes before the subject.
Rearrange the given words to make a meaningful sentence.
1. (A) many inventions (B)/ given us (C)/ science (D)/ has.
2. (A) here (B)/ problems (C) had enough (D) I have.
3. (A) she has (B)/ nothing (C)/ eaten (D)/ since morning.
4. (A) the new project (B)/ the managing director (C)/ about (D)/ told us.
5. (A) the committee (B)/ its decision (C)/ taken (D)/ has.
6. (A) shut the door (B)/ please (C)/ to sleep (D)/ and go.
7. (A) last week (B)/ a new (C)/ I bought (D)/ bike.
8. (A) Raman (B)/ will do (C)/ this work (D)/ for me.
9. (A) this is so (B)/ buy it (C)/ I cannot (D)/ expensive that
10. (A) his tall (B)/ famous for (C)/ John is (D)/ talks.