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Questions and Answers
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.    

Target Language: What is the weather like today? Today? Today is cloudy. Will it rain today? I don't think it will rain today. Do you enjoy drawing? Yes, I enjoy drawing a little bit. How about you?



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6 August 2018

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Unscramble Sentences: Questions and responses of what we do in class

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Q & A: Weater
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: Will it rain later today? Look_up in the sky. See the clouds floating by. What's the weather like today? It's another gray day in Albany.



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17 July 2018

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Sentence scramble: weather

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Unit 4- Lunchtime Sentence Scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Look at the words. Unscramble them to make sentences. example:  got? cheese I've a What you a sandwich have got What have you got? I've got a cheese sandwich

Target Language: I've got a cheese sandwich I haven't got a sausage. What have you got? I've got a cake. What's your ...



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23 June 2018

teacherlee Author Country Flag Vietnam

Unit 4- Lunchtime Sentence Scramble

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Unit 3- Pet Show Sentence Scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Look at the words. Unscramble them to make sentences. Example-   lions?  like you Do I do. Yes,                                      Do you like lions? Yes, I do.

Target Language: The green frog is on the desk. The lizard is under the table. The rat is in ...



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16 June 2018

teacherlee Author Country Flag Vietnam

Unit 3-Pet Show sentence Scrable

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Unit 2- Let's Play Sentence Scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Look at the words below. Unscramble them to make sentencesexample:     your What's name?         What's your name?

Target Language: Hello. What's your name? My name's Sophia How old are you? I'm seven years old. What's your favourite colour? What's your favourite toy?...



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7 June 2018

teacherlee Author Country Flag Vietnam

Unit 2- Lets Play sentence scramble

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If + will
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Change the words around and write a good sentence.

Target Language: If it is windy, I will stay home. If she falls down, she will cry. If he passes the test, he will be happy. If they get time off, they will drive to Calgary. If the weather is nice, he will go to the lake. If ...



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29 May 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Unit 1 At school- sentence scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Look at the words. Unscramble them to make a sentence. example-   pencil case. this? a What's It's-    What's this? It's a pencil case

Target Language: What's this? It's a pen. Is this a ruler? Yes, it is. Is this a pencil case? No, it isn't. It's a book. What's this? This ...



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15 May 2018

teacherlee Author Country Flag Vietnam

Unit 1 At school- Sentence scramble

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Money Money Money
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Change the words around to make good sentences.

Target Language: I would like to deposit this cheque. I would like to check my account balance. Do you have change for a ten? Can I borrow a toonie? I want to buy coffee. You can withdraw money from the ATM. I read my bank ...



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19 March 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Treaty of Waitangi - To sign or not to sign
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Reasons for signing In 1840 Māori leaders decided for or against signing the treaty on the basis of its Māori text and after weighing various considerations. They wanted regulated settlement and support in controlling settlers and land sales. Trade and a cash income from ...



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12 March 2018

jbower Author Country Flag New Zealand

This resource was created by John Bower, HOD Social Sciences at McAuley High School, 26 High Street, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand. 2018.

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Spelling Sentence Scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Put the sentence in the right order and circle the spelling word in the sentence. 

Target Language: The rabbit can hop very fast in the forest. The big pig rolled around in the mud. The girl cried when she lost her earring. I wore a blue pin on my shirt on my birthday. I ...



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6 March 2018

dacerbo Author Country Flag United States of America

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Going to the store
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Change the words around and make good sentences.

Target Language: I need three onions. I want some oranges. Where is the sugar? Where are the bananas? Where is the coffee? I need some bread and cheese. We need some tomatoes. Get some apples and garlic. I need a bag of onions. ...



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24 February 2018

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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This, That, These, Those
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble the sentences. Example: is/book/my/this    Answer: This is my book.

Target Language: Those kids are going to school. I live in this town with a beautiful lake. Those girls are my friends. This test is difficult. Do these exercises for homework. I love this movie, ...



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1 February 2018

kinjal Author Country Flag France

Exercise on demonstrative adjectives. Unscramble the sentences.

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More Weather Questions
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: What the weather like today? What the forecast for tomorrow? What'll the weather be like tomorrow? How do I know if we have class? Will it snow tomorrow? Will it rain tomorrow? Do you know what the weather will be like ...



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27 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

More Weather Questions

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Math Words to Know
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: How many in all? How many do you have now? How many does he have now? How many does she have now? She has 4 because counting up 1 from 3 gives her 4. He has 2 because counting 2 up from 0 gives him 2. I have 3 because ...



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27 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Math Words to Know

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Monthly Outcomes
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: Use a medical interpreter at an appointment. Use an exercise routine. Used health care facilities and services. Plan healthy meals for you_and_or family. Applied for health insurance your child(ren). Did your taxes. ...



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18 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Monthly Outcomes

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Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Directions:  Unscramble the sentences.

Target Language: I don't like it. It's tasty. How do you like it? How much is that? Where can I find? What is this? How do you decide to buy more milk? What's the weather like today? Can you help me find the?



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18 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

Unscrambling common questions

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Weather Report
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Today's clear, cold, and windy. Today's rainy. Today's overcast, damp, and cool. It's foggy this morning. It's overcast, windy, and cold. It's a beautiful clear day. It's partly cloudy, windy, and warm.



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5 December 2017

Lisa12204 Author Country Flag United States of America

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Call about the apartment
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Make good questions 

Target Language: What’s the rent? Are utilities included? How many bathrooms are there? Are pets allowed? Is it near a school? What floor is it on? Are utilities included? When is it available? Is there a balcony? Do I have to sign a lease?



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10 November 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Write Complete Sentences
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble the sentences and wrtie them correctly. Remember to capitalize the beginning and put punctuation at the end.

Target Language: Mrs. Oas loves to listen to music when the kids leave school. Mrs. Ziegert is really enjoying her class this year. Why does Mrs. Lusa always ...



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18 October 2017

Mziegert Author Country Flag United States of America

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Shopping for clothes
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Change the words around to make good questions.  

Target Language: Do you have this in blue? Excuse me. Can I try these on? Where are the washrooms? Excuse me. Are these on sale? Do you have these in brown? Do you have these in size 38? Do you have this in a medium? Excuse ...



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4 October 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Homophones
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Put the words into sentences. 

Target Language: The blue sky was very beautiful after the wind blew all morning. Sarah needed to go shopping for a pair of jeans at the store. She wanted four new pairs for the new school year. It was her first year in university. She flew ...



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26 September 2017

paigeappleyard Author Country Flag Canada

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Present Perfect (just, already,yet) Look! 3
Sentence Scramble

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Instructions: Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.

Target Language: I haven't finished doing this exercise yet. Has she done her homework already? She's already been to the doctor. Don't walk into the kitchen. I've just washed the floor. We've just started watching the film....



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21 September 2017

Esuu1986 Author Country Flag Poland

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Double the Quota NZ 2017 - Sentence Scramble
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Use the previous resource that you were given to correctly re-write these sentences.

Target Language: Refugees are ordinary people who have survived extraordinary circumstances. They are somebody’s mum or dad, brother or sister, aunt or uncle. Every single one has stories of ...



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7 September 2017

jbower Author Country Flag New Zealand

This sentence scrambler worksheet has been created by John Bower, HOD of Social Sciences at McAuley High School. Otahuhu, Auckland New Zealand. This worksheet can be used for any topic on human rights, It has been created for the Level Five Achievement Objective (Understand how people define and seek human rights) of the New Zealand Curriculum. Please feel free to use this resource. Best regards.

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Family and Education
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble the following sentences

Target Language: My wife and I have three children. They are all adults Our grandson is eight years old. His cousins ate five years old. Our daughter is engaged. Our older daughter is divorced She has twins. Our daughter-in-law is pregnant ...



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21 August 2017

amwsanfranesl Author Country Flag United States of America

amwsanfran@gmail.com

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Past continuous
Sentence Scramble

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Instructions: Change the words around to make good sentences.

Target Language: She was cooking when the baby cried. They were driving when the police stopped them. I was walking home when I saw a car accident. I was sleeping when the phone rang. We were watching TV when the children came ...



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14 June 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Is there a bank near here?
Sentence Scramble

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Instructions: Change the words around to make a good sentence.  

Target Language: Is there a bank near here? The bank is in the next block. The bank is between the library and the police station. Excuse me. Is there a gas station nearby? There's a gas station on 8th Street. Excuse me. ...



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4 June 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

Asking directions

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Write the sentence.
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Change the words around and write a good sentence.

Target Language: There aren't any apples on the counter. There is some bread on the counter. There are some bananas but there isn't any milk. There is some cheese but there aren't any tomatoes. I'm sorry there isn't any more ...



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3 May 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Commas in a Series
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble the following sentences. One word should be on each line. Don't forget to write the commas!

Target Language: For breakfast, I had cereal, juice, and toast. My best friends are Paul, Amanda, and Quinn. The moon, the stars, and the sun all appear in the sky. Brush your...



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23 April 2017

JRamey Author Country Flag United States of America

Yo

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I'm sick.
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Move the words around to make good sentences.

Target Language: You should drink juice and rest. She has a sore throat and a fever. Take two capsules twice a day. What do you recommend? We went to emergency last night. Take one tablet three times a day. Finish all the medicine. ...



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23 March 2017

sodsdawn Author Country Flag Canada

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Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Why did they take Brit ? The champ is here. They want Pam ? Don't you want to see me slam the ball ? Mrs. Leary has the best class !



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30 November 2016

nikkiloca Author Country Flag United States of America

alocantora@franklintwpschools.org

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[untitled worksheet]
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Who is your best friend? What time is it? Where are your keys? Who is his barber? What is the answer? Where is Jesse from? Who is on your team? What is their phone number? Where are the dictionaries? Who are those people? What is the name of the school? Where is my yellow pencil? ...



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3 October 2016

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

Who, What, Where with Be

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stairs
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: She ran down the stairs. He waited at bottom of the stairs. She slipped and fell down the stairs. The stairs lead to the roof. We had to climb another flight of stairs to get to the roof. He tripped on the bottom stair and almost fell.



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10 July 2016

happyteacher Author Country Flag Russian Federation

stairs

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The Pledge of Allegiance
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble the words to form the Pledge of Alegiance.

Target Language: I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.



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24 May 2016

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

The Pledge of Allegiance

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Adverbs of Degree
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Put the words in order to form an affirmative sentence. Make sure to put the adverb of degree in the correct place!

Target Language: The temperature was barely above freezing We felt incredibly lucky after winning tickets to the World Cup If you will let me come, I would like ...



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24 May 2016

gringa999 Author Country Flag United States of America

Adverbs of Degree

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Class 3 Unit 4 Lesson 59-60
Sentence Scramble

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Target Language: What does Jane read at home? When do we drink tea ? Where do children play? What do you like? When does she go in the morning?



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12 May 2016

maricrane Author Country Flag Russian Federation

Word order in special question. Present Simple.

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cheetahs
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Cheetahs are carnivores, and feed mostly on smaller antelope They can run 70 mph (or 110 kph), which is as fast as cars drive on the highway. The cheetah can reach its top speed in just 3 seconds! The cheetah has “semi non-retractable” claws The pads of most cats’ paws are ...



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6 May 2016

CathL Author Country Flag Australia

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Finish the Dependent Clauses
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: When we arrived at the beach When we saw the house When you visit Victor Harbor When it is raining When you have a cold If you go to the beach If we rent a house If it rains tomorrow If you catch a cold If you travel to Uluru If you write good sentences

Write your own ...



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21 March 2016

gramarye Author Country Flag Australia

Practice using dependent clauses by finishing the sentences.

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van der Graaf Generator
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: The Van De Graaff Generator is basically an electrostatic machine that can generate high voltages. A typical Van De Graaff Generator consists of an insulating belt that transports electrical charge to a terminal. The charges that are sent on the belt are generated through a high ...



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11 March 2016

CathL Author Country Flag Australia

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Decomposers
Sentence Scramble

Target Language: Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also break down the waste of other organisms. Decomposers are very important for any ecosystem. If they weren't in the ecosystem, the plants would not get essential nutrients. Dead matter and waste would pile up....



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7 March 2016

CathL Author Country Flag Australia

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Resources
Sentence Scramble

Instructions: Unscramble these sentences

Target Language: Coal is burnt to generate electricity uranium produces nuclear power A hydrosphere is the total amount of water on a planet. The hydrosphere includes water that is on the surface of the planet, underground, and in the air. A ...



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29 February 2016

CathL Author Country Flag Australia

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