CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Punctuate

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CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Punctuate - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 

 

CLASS VI ENGLISH

Punctuate the following sentences and state whether these are Assertive, Interrogative, Imperative or Exclamatory sentences:

1) Please lend me your bicycle

2) How careless you have been

3) He shirks work

4) Always obey your elders

5) Long live our king

6) Always do your duty

7) Are you in a hurry

8) What a noise you are making

9) How nice of you to come

10) Man has conquered nature He shirks work

11) Do you go to school everyday

12) What a strange fellow you are

13) Do not idle away your time

14) Have a cup of tea please

15) Please come tomorrow

16) The machine has ceased to work

17) What a nice boy he is

18) Who is going to Mumbai

 

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