Test Review - Sentence Order

Subject – Verb – Object
M2 – ESC
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25 May, 2009
Explanation:
Subject = Who/What the sentence is about. (Jane likes strawberry bread.)
Verb = Action of the subject. (Jane likes strawberry bread.)
Object = What the subject likes/does (Jane likes strawberry bread.)
Put these sentence parts in subject-verb-object order.

1. in bed / likes having / My mum / breakfast.
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2. her Maths homework / doesn’t like doing / My sister.
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3. and watching videos / likes eating biscuits / My dog .
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4. computer games / listening to music / like / We all / and.
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5. in a school / work / Tara’s parents.
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6. be quiet / in the corridor / must / You.
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7. doesn’t / in the house / like helping / My brother.
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Explanation:
Questions ask about the object / subject, and begin with the question word. To find out about the subject,
we use (Do you…? / Does he/she/it…?, Who…?, What…?, Which…?, How…?) To find out about object,
we usually ask (Where…?, What…?, When…? How…?).
Put these question sentences in order.

8. to your friends / Do you / on the phone / like talking?
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9. your Canadian cousins / What are / like?
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10. sister / in that restaurant / Does your / like working?
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