Sentences Exercises for Class 4 CBSE With AnswersThis grammar section explains English Grammar in a clear and simple way. There are example sentences to show how the language is used.

Sentences Exercises for Class 4 CBSE With Answers PDF

  • A sentence is a group of words in correct order that makes sense.
  • Letters form words and words make the sentences.
  • A sentence always begins with a capital letter and mostly ends with a full stop.
  • A sentence always has two parts. They are called Naming part and Doing part.
  • Naming part tells us about people, places, animals and things which is also called Noun.
  • Doing part tells what a person, an animal or thing does which is also called Verb.
  • Naming part is called the subject of the sentence.
  • Doing part is called the predicate of the sentence.
  • The subject tells us who or what the sentence is about.
  • The rest of the sentence including verb is called Predicate.
    Example:
    Sentences Exercises for Class 4 CBSE With Answers
  • The subject and verb in a sentence must match even when the tense of the verb changes.
  • A singular subject must have singular verb.
    Example:
    I am a good student.
    Singular subject => singular verb
    In the above sentence, ‘I’ is a singular subject and ‘am’ is a singular verb.
  • A plural subject must have plural verb. Plural subject = > plural verbs
    Example:
    We are good students.
    In the above sentence, ‘we’ is a plural subject and ‘are’ is a plural verb.
  • The simple subject of a sentence, is the main word in the complete subject. It is always a noun or a pronoun.
    Example:
    Most birds can fly.
    Here ‘birds’ acts as a simple subject
  • The simple predicate is the complete verb with in the complete predicate.
    Example:
    Most birds can fly.
    Here, ‘fly’ acts as a simple predicate.

Sentences Exercises for Class 4 with Answers CBSE PDF

A. Add a subject in each sentence.
Example:

  • ____________ went to school.
    Answer:
    The students went to school.

1. ____________ walked to the assembly.
2. ____________ plays on the swings.
3. ____________ eats cereal in the morning.
4. ____________ sang happy birthday!

B. Add a predicate in each sentence.
Example:

  • The children at the park ____________
    Answer:
    The children at the park kicked the ball.

1. The student ____________
2. The soccer player ____________
3. My mother ____________
4. My friend ____________

C. Underline the complete subject of each sentence. Write the simple subject on the line provided.

1. My class went on a field trip to a play ____________
2. My aunt Sarah rode the bus to visit us ____________
3. The library books are due on Friday ____________
4. Can you tell me your name? ____________
5. The yellow, gold and brown leaves are falling from the trees ____________
6. The principal’s brown and white dog lets us read books to it ____________

D. Underline the complete predicate of each sentence. Write the simple predicate on the line provided.

1. The red cup belongs to my friend Mary ____________
2. Jessica tore the wrapping paper into tiny pieces ____________
3. The swimming pool at John’s house flooded last year. ____________
4. The clouds floated peacefully across the blue sky ____________
5. Do you see that red and yellow butterfly? ____________
6. Our team won the game by six points! ____________