Match ups are a great way to test your knowledge of English grammar and structure. In this exercise, sentence fragments are given under column A and column B. You have to match them and make meaningful sentences.
|My sister broke down
|after the unions called off the transport strike.
|The teacher told her students
|it stopped raining.
|This problem calls for
|that the work is done properly.
|why they should work hard.
|This magazine comes out
|what this sentence means?
|The price of vegetables has come down
|when she heard the sad news.
|Can you make out
|that they were trying to hide something from me.
|Please see to it
|They considered him to be
|find a good plumber.
|She asked me
|Where can I
|if I could help?
My sister broke down when she heard the sad news.
The teacher told her students why they should work hard.
This problem calls for immediate action.
At last it stopped raining.
This magazine comes out every Sunday.
The price of vegetables has come down after the unions called off the transport strike.
Can you make out what this sentence means?
Please see to it that the work is done properly.
They considered him to be a genius.
She asked me if I could help.
Where can I find a good plumber?
I felt that they were trying to hide something from me?