English Grammar Assignment for Class 6 (activity 1 2 3 assignment)

 
 
 
 
 
 
Class 6 English Assignment
 
 

English Grammar Assignment for Class 6 (activity 1 2 3 assignment)  The task of English grammar starts with the highest junior class of high school which is the English language class most often, which requires their assistance in their studies and assignments.

 

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Activity 1:

1. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

 
  • a. Spain is a beautiful country; the beache’s are warm, sandy and spotlessly clean.
  • b. Spain is a beautiful country: the beaches are warm, sandy and spotlessly clean.
  • c. Spain is a beautiful country, the beaches are warm, sandy and spotlessly clean.
  • d. Spain is a beautiful country; the beaches are warm, sandy and spotlessly clean. (Ans)

2. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

  • a. The children’s books were all left in the following places: Mrs Smith’s room, Mr Powell’s office and the caretaker’s cupboard. (ANS)
  • b. The children’s books were all left in the following places; Mrs Smith’s room, Mr Powell’s office and the caretaker’s cupboard.
  • c. The childrens books were all left in the following places: Mrs Smiths room, Mr Powells office and the caretakers cupboard.

3. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

 
 
 
  • a. She always enjoyed sweets, chocolate and toffee.
  • b. She always enjoyed: sweets, chocolate and toffee.
  • c. She always enjoyed sweets chocolate and toffee.
  • d. She always enjoyed sweet’s, chocolate, and toffee. (ans)
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4. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

 
  • a. I can’t see Tim’s car, there must have been an accident. (ans)
  • b. I cant see Tim’s car; there must have been an accident.
  • c. I can’t see Tim’s car there must have been an accident.
  • d. I can’t see Tim’s car; there must have been an accident.
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5. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

 

  • a. Tim’s gran, a formidable woman, always bought him chocolate, cakes, sweets and a nice fresh apple. (ans)
  • b. Tim’s gran a formidable woman always bought him chocolate, cakes, sweets and a nice fresh apple.
  • c. Tim’s gran, a formidable woman, always bought him chocolate cakes sweets and a nice fresh apple.
  • d. Tim’s gran, a formidable woman, always bought him chocolate, cakes, sweets and a nice fresh apple.
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6. Select the correctly punctuated sentence from the multiple-choice below.

 
  • a. We decided to visit: Spain, Greece, Portugal and Italy’s mountains.
  • b. We decided to visit Spain, Greece, Portugal and Italys mountains.
  • c. We decided to visit Spain, Greece, Portugal and Italy’s mountains. (ans)
  • d. We decided to visit Spain Greece Portugal and Italy’s mountains.
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Activity 2: Read the text below and use punctuation marks as needed in the underlined sentences.

 

My best friend’s name is Emil. Emil, the only son of his parents, has many good traits. He is smart, brave and honest.

We call it the little detective. Curiosity about anything amazing! A few days ago, he went to Dhaka alone from his hometown.

 

He walks on the train. One of his relatives was waiting for him at the station.

 

He replied, “Why should I? My father gave me clear instructions. The train passengers loved me so much.”

 

Activity 3: Read the text below and use/change punctuation marks as needed.

 

In Dhaka, Emiles made some new friends – students at Adnan St. Gregory School, Susan Mirpur State Boys School and Laflo Kishorellai School. They communicate well with Emil. Written on a piece of paper, Detective Emil is busy now. He put that piece of paper on his door and left laughing

Answer:

In Dhaka, Emils have got some new friends: Adnan, a student of St. Gregory School, Sushen, a student of Mirpur Govt. Boys School and Lovely, a student of Kisholoy School.

They’ve good contact with Emil. Yesterday, I went to Emil, but I couldn’t see him. He wrote on a piece of paper. Detective Emil is busy now. He stuck that piece of paper on his door. So, I left his place laughing.

 

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