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Sentence Mixer

Activity Help Sentence word order. Give your partner a sentence with all the words jumbled. Make up your own, or click on an example below to scramble the words. Sometimes it is possible to reconstruct more than one sentence from the scrambled words.
1Write a sentence or click an example below: Shuffle.




*** Click Shuffle ***

Mixed Sentence Examples

You can use these examples, click for a random sentence or take good sentences from any reliable source
Question forms
  1. How old are you?
  1. I am twenty-five years old.
  2. I can't believe it isn't butter.
  3. Forty-six people turned up to the meeting
  4. I can't believe it isn't butter.
  5. The match was won by the better team.
  6. He could not get over the fact that his sister had won a gold medal at the Olympics.
  7. The teacher was appalled to hear the foul language the students were using in the classroom
  1. Tell me a story.
  1. If I were you, I'd learn to speak English.
Already Mixed - Except the first one!!
  1. What happened to that beautiful young lady?
  2. us? waiting has How she been for long
  3. far station? gas is the to nearest How it
  4. to you Why our come meeting? didn't
  5. guests tonight? know will how Do come you many
  6. Japanese vase green much does How cost? that
  7. smoke I in May this room?
  8. give me Can you ride? a
  9. we Should coffee break take before ? a do it we
  10. he here be will When again?
  11. She school by always goes bus. to
  12. cat The garden. playing in the is
  13. have him before. met We
  14. morning? Did see yesterday you Fisher Mr
  15. late. never He is
  16. ran of quickly room. boy out The the
  17. Rome flying on are They to Tuesday.
  18. ever been Have to Canada? you
  19. watched last weekend. We film the
  20. Rita speaks English fluently.
More Word Order Problems
  1. Your mother sent you some nose drops.
  2. A policeman gave him a speeding ticket
  3. Jack handed her the flag without saying a word.
  4. Alice handed the sugar her sister.
  5. Robert brought a shell him.
  6. The officer handed him the passport with a little bow and a smile.
  7. The money he recieved led him into a life of leisure.
  8. The woman gave him a long answer in Italian while smiling at him.
  9. A clerk told him the number of his reserved room and handed the keys to the porter.
  10. The Queen awarded him the honour of Knight of the Garter.
  11. When the assistant handed the sheet to him, he read it through thoroughly twice, sat for some minutes in heavy fretful thought, then slowly raised his eyes to the ceiling.
  12. A relation left me some money a year ago, but unfortunately I lost it in some foolish investment plan.
  13. Simon showed some model ships to me that were sitting on a table in his room.
  14. People ask me all kinds of obviously rediculous questions.
  15. You have the right to remain silent, but anything you do say may be taken down and used in evidence against you.
  16. left his passport at home happened he what was
  17. what stay at home is like to do and watch a video I'd
  18. is her sense of humour what most about Clara I like
  19. to the airport was to hitchhike what she did
  20. the way he's always gossiping is what on my nerves really gets
  21. what to find out about using my mobile phone outside Spain need to do I is
Order the Objects Put the two objects in brackets into the correct order and insert to wherever needed.
  1. When you've chosen a book, to bring me, it and I'll stamp it, said the librarian.
  2. Sam gave to some milk, the cat
  3. Mrs Adams wrote a postcard to the Maxwell family.
  4. He bent down to pick a large marrow and offered it to me.
  5. Richard muttered the name to himself and then shouted it to Philip.
  6. Mary had promised me her photo.
  7. Hasn't she promised it to your brother?
  8. No, she has promised me, it to.
  9. Don't do me it to.
  10. She didn't understand until I explained it to her.
  11. All parties will receive a number of seats in proportion to the votes they receive.
  12. Tom handed it to him on a plate.
  13. Give to me it
  14. Leave it to me.
  15. Simon hadn't had the guts to stand up and deny ever having met her.
  16. He used to say that to me when I was a little girl.
  17. I took the sketch from my pocket and showed it to him.

Put the verbs before the subjects and rewrite the following sentences.

  1. My mother is there, he called out.
  2. Gentlemen, barons, earls, knights of the Garter, all richly dressed and bareheaded, went first.
  3. The Queen came next, in the 65th year of her age, very majestic.
  4. The day came then when Sitting bull, the chief of the Kickapoos, lay in his wigwam dying.
  5. The keynote speech comes then.
  6. Commercial interests were involved there.
  7. People were sitting all over the stone-flagged floor there.
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