Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises 33 and 34

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Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

Example: using/sharpened tool/drawing/or/ pictures/the /of making/is /a pointed

Drawing is the making of pictures using a pointed or sharpened tool.

(a) have/making/humans/heed/times/ pre-historic/the drawings/since

(b) earliest/were/the/pointed/drawing tools/ sticks/stones/or

(c) Today/variety/have/wide/we/a/of/ colours/pencils/and/pens

(d) an/is/drawing/activity/artistic


(a) Humans have been making the drawings since pre-historic times.

(b)  Pointed sticks or stones were the earliest drawing tools

(c) Today, we have a wide variety of pencils, pens and colours.

(d) Drawing is an artistic activity.

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Rearrange the following words and phrases to form a meaningful sentence. The first one has been done as an example

(a) very important / facial expressions/to us / are

 (b) someone / easier / can see / you / it is / to understand

(c) to tell apart/are easy/happy/and sad faces

 (d) there/we can mould/of other ways/dozens/ our faces/are


(a) Facial expressions are very important to us.

 (b) It is easier to understand someone you can see.

(c) Happy and sad faces are easy to tell apart.

(d) There are dozens of other ways we can mould our faces.

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Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises  61  and  62

Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises  63  and  64

Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises  65  and  66

Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises  67  and  68

Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises  69  and  70

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