Rearranging Jumbled Words Exercises 45, 46, 47 & 48

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Exercise-45

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Example: – Place to place / because I / I travel / over from / like to

  I travel because I like to move from place to place.

(a) me / the sense / it gives / or freedom / enjoy / I

(b) and / it pleases / of responsibilities / me /be / to / duties / rid

(c) odd people / I / moment / who / amuse/me / meet / for a

(d) add / often tired / travel / I am / to my / can / personality / of myself.

Answers:

(a) I enjoy the sense of freedom it gives me.

(b) It pleases me to be rid of responsibilities and duties.

(c) I meet odd people who amuse me for a moment.

(d) I am often tired of myself and I feel that by travel I can add to my personality.

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Exercise-46

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Example:-hardly / koalas are / ever drink / animals that / water.

 Koalas are animals that hardly ever drink water.

(a) water supply / they get / they eat / from / all their / the leaves

(b)  inhabited / tree leaves / so, / by koalas / in areas / on / is high / demand

(c)  one group / it takes / to support / several acres / of koalas / of trees

(d) can eat / every day / each / one and a half kilograms / adult koala / up to / of leaves.

Answers:

(a) They get all their water supply from the leaves they eat.

(b) So, in areas inhabited by koalas tree leaves are on high demand.

(c)  It takes several acres of trees to support one group of koalas.

(d) Each adult koala can eat up to one and a half kilograms of leaves every day.

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Exercise-47

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Example:- of the forests / it goes/is a pan / without saying that / wildlife

It goes without saying that wildlife is part of the forests.

 (a) as many as / at the turn / ninety per cent/ three lakh elephants / of the century / and accommodated / of Thailand / forests covered / much as

(b) are plummeting / today / green canopy / twenty per cent / and elephant numbers / Thailand’s / of the land / less than / covers.

(c)  the continent / it’s the / story / rest of / across the / same.

Answers:

(a) At the turn of the century, forests covered as much as ninety per cent of Thailand and accommodated as many as three lakh elephants.

(b) Today, Thailand’s green canopy covers less than twenty per cent of the land and elephant numbers are plummeting.

(c)  It’s the same story across the rest of the continent.

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Exercise-48

Look at the words and phrases below. Rearrange them to form meaningful sentences. The first one has been done as an example. Write the correct sentences in your answer sheet against the correct blank number.

Are/very important/facial expressions/to us

Facial expressions are very important to us.

(a) someone you can see / easier it is / think of how much / taking to you / to understand / on the telephone/compared /to listening.

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

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

Answers :

(a)  Think of ‘how much easier it is to understand someone you can see talking to you compared to listening on telephone.

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

(c)  And there are dozens of other ways We mould our faces:

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