Today, more ‘tidied up’ exercises, stuff we did years ago which needed beautifying and which you, anyway, probably haven’t seen.
These are ‘word order’ exercises.
To make them work you need to pick out the first word or phrase and CLICK ON IT.
If you are correct, the word or phrase will spring into place in the box below the sentence.
If not, nothing will happen.
In which case, go click on something else instead, until you happen upon the correct beginning for the sentence.
Continue like that until the sentence is completed. And on to the next one.
I’ve linked to them in approximate order of difficulty, from easier to harder.
Personally, I find these fun to do, and sometimes thought-provoking.
Plus they make a change from filling in the gaps…
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