5: At present/ Bing/ play tennis/ back yard. A. At the present, Bing plays tennis in back yard. B. At present, Bing are playing tennis in back yard. C
5: At present/ Bing/ play tennis/ back yard.
A. At the present, Bing plays tennis in back yard.
B. At present, Bing are playing tennis in back yard.
C. At present, Bing is playing tennis in the back yard.
D. At the present, Bing play tennis in the back yard.
Rearrange the sentences to make meaningful sentences
6: My/ teacher/ long/ straight/ dark/ has/ hair.
A. My teacher has long straight black hair. B. My teacher has straight black long hair.
C. My teacher has hair black long straight. D. My hair teacher has long straight black.
7: free/ He/ most/ time/ sports/ spends/ of/ his/ playing
A. He playing most of time his sports free spends.
B. He spends most his free time of playing sports.
C. He spends most of his free time playing sports.
D. He playing sports most of his free time spends.
8: Please/ to/ take/ form/ to/ your teacher/ the/ and/ ask/ her/ sign.
A. Please her to take and ask your teacher the form to sign.
B. Please your teacher her take the form to and ask to sign.
C. Please sign to take form your teacher ask to the her and.
D. Please take the form to your teacher and ask her to sign.
9: compass/ There/ a/ books/ is/ three/ bookshelf/ and/ a/ on the/ pencil.
A. There is three books a pencil, and a compass on the bookshelf.
B. There a pencil, a compass, and three books is on the bookshelf.
C. There is a pencil and a compass on the three books bookshelf.
D. There is a pencil, a compass, and three books on the bookshelf.
10: Let’s/ out/ go/ for/ tonight/ dinner.
A. Let’s dinner out for go tonight.
B. Let’s go out for dinner tonight.
C. Let’s tonight go out for dinner.
D. Let’s out for dinner go tonight.
Rewrite sentences without changing the meaning