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Karnataka 1st PUC English Grammar Notes Word Order
Rearrange the segments to form meaningful sentences:
1. your trunk In / please put / gently
2. peace and tranquility / wanted to have / the hon / In his kingdom.
3. a good deed/and one day / I shall return / you have done me/ your kindness.
4. with the findings / I am sure / you will be pleased / of the Commission of Enquiry.
5. regarded It as my duty / I have always / of my friends / to protect the interest.
6. to save his hut / he invited me / by the hurricane / from being blown away.
7. fool people / you can / but not forever / for a time.
8. right side of his mouth / Mara did not have / any teeth / on the
9. ignorantly took the leaves / Mara’s wife / Into the fire / and threw them
lo. was completely cured f Krishna / In five days
11. was considered / learning to write / great education there / an address in English
12. a fair complexioned man / six foot tall / with a red turban / there stood / and white trousers
13. great deed / done a / you have
14. gave a loud guffaw / startling everyone around / the owner
15. to get a proper education / is the first member / Babar Ah / In his family
16. believes that / education is / Nasiruddin Sheikh / a man’s true religion
17. his own school / Ba bar Ah / of starting/took the initiative
18. the expense / but Is worth/peace Is costly
19. as a rikshaw driver / to his job/bid goodbye / Krishna
20. about human beings / I have some vague notions.
21. a full meal / I ate / chapatis and meat curry / consisting of
22. under the I teaches his students / Babar Ah /open sky
23. gives lessons / just the way / from his teachers / he has heard / Babar All
24. at the / started his school / Babar All / mere age of nine
25. of nine / the teaching staff / high school volunteers / is made up of
26. is a testament / that one person /in his or her world / Babar All’s tale/to the difference /can make
27. that we want to see / that we be the change / isn’t it high time / in this world?
28. and ran up the hill / like a buck / he sprang off
29. Harriet Bailey / my mother / was named
30. of my age / no accurate knowledge / I have
31. ever seeing my mother / I do not / by the light of the day/recollect of
32. hardened by / a cruel man / of slaveholding / a long life / he was
33. before I go? / I can do/is there anything / for you
34. you picked fruit / I thought / for a living
35. was steady / Nicola’s smile / and engaging
36. happy family party / I could not / upon this/I felt / bear to intrude
37. in vexation / Nicola / at his younger brother / was glaring
38. was their / to work / what stuck one most / unremitting willingness
39. to keep away / have I not / from her/told you I ?
40. before me/the Goddess / stood
41. promised to f back there / she has /wait till / she sees me
42. is my plaything /the Goddess of the lake / I am / and that river Veda
43. darker complexion / than either my / my mother / was of a / grandmother or grandfather.
44. to have ever met / I do not remember/a slave / of his birthday / who could tell
45. greeted us / with friendly faces /they
46. must be saving / to America / to emigrate / you
47. every hope / that she will / there is / walk and sing again
48. the people / I looked at/around me
49. of my hut / and shut the door / my son in /I called
50. have I said / to offend you / what / so much sir?
- Please put your trunk in gently.
- The Ion wanted to have peace and tranquility in his kingdom.
- You have done me a good deed and one day I shall return your kindness.
- I am sure you will be pleased with the findings of the Commission of Enquiry.
- I have always regarded it as my duty to protect the interest of my friends.
- He Invited me to save his hut from being blown away by the hurricane.
- You can fool people for a time but not forever.
- Mara did not have any teeth on the right side of his mouth.
- Mara’s wife ignorantly took the leaves and threw them into the fire.
- Krishna was completely cured in five days.
- Learning to write an address in English was considered great education there.
- There stood a fair complex, oned man, six foot tall, with a red turban and white trousers.
- You have done a great deed.
- The owner gave a loud guffaw startling everyone around.
- Babar Ah is the first member in his family to get a proper education.
- Nasiruddiri Sheikh believes that education Is a man’s true religion.
- Babar Ah took the initiative of starting his own school.
- Peace Is costly but is worth the expense.
- Krishna bid goodbye to his job as a rickshaw driver.
- I have some vague notions about human beings.
- I ate a full meal consisting of chapatis and meat curry.
- Babar Ah teaches his students under the open sky.
- Babar All gives lessons just the way he has heard from his teachers.
- Ba bar Ahi started his school at the mere age of nine.
- The teaching staff of nine is made up of high school volunteers.
- Babar Airs’ tale is a testament to the difference that one person can make in his or her world.
- Isn’t it high time that we be the change that we want to see In this world?
- He sprang off and ran up the bill like a buck.
- My mother was named Harriet Bailey.
- I have no accurate knowledge of my age.
- I do not recollect of ever seeing my mother by the light of the day.
- He was a cruel man hardened by a long life of slave holding.
- Before I go, is there anything I can do for you?
Is there anything I can do for you before I go?
- I thought you picked fruit for a living.
- Nicola’s smile was steady and engaging.
- I felt I could not bear to Intrude upon this happy family party.
- Nicola was glaring at his younger brother in vexation.
- What struck one most was their unremitting willingness to work.
- Have I not told you to keep away from her?
- The Goddess stood before me.
- She has promised to wait till she sees me back there.
- I am the Goddess of the lake and that river Veda is my plaything.
- My mother was of a darker complexion than either my grandmother or grandfather.
- I do not remember to have ever met a slave who could tell of his birthday.
- They greeted us with friendly faces.
- You must be saving to emigrate to America.
- There is every hope that she will walk and sing again.
- I looked at the people around me.
- I called my son in and shut the door of my hut.
- What have I said to offend you so much?