Parts of a Sentence Class 9 English Grammar Odisha Board Solution

Parts of a Sentence Class 9 English Grammar Odisha Board Solution Activity Question Answers by Grammar Sir here in this page. Odisha Board 9th Class English Grammar Parts of a Sentence Exercise Questions and Answers, Notes BSE Odisha.

Learn and Practise Grammar Class 9 English BSE Odisha Questions Answers have total 28 Activities. Here students of Board of Secondary Education, Odisha Class 9 can solved all their doubts in each questions and prepare for exams.

Parts of a Sentence Class 9 English Grammar Odisha Board Solution

Activity – 1

There are some words in Tables A and B. You have to join them suitably by drawing a line to make a meaningful expression. Then write the complete sentence. One has been done for you.

1) That boy is intelligent.

2) The Chinese are very industrious.

3) Dilip Tirkey is a popular hockey player.

4) Trees provide us with oxygen.

5) The cows


Activity – 2

Put the words in the correct order. The first one has been done for you.

1) her / you / waiting / for / are ?

Answer:  Are you waiting for her ?


2) he / song / listening / this / is / to / not

Answer:  He is not listening to this song.


3) have / for / you / cooked / I / not.

Answer:  I have not cooked for you.


4) a / he / tall / boy / is

Answer:  He is a tall boy.


5) nation / is / the / our / Gandhiji / Father / of

Answer:  Gandhiji is the father of our nation.


6) get / you / do / when / up ?

Answer:  When do you get up?


7) all / is / that / not / gold / glitters.

Answer:  All that glitters is not gold.


8) singing / is / so / Anima / sweetly.

Answer:  Anima is singing so sweetly.


9) you / guess / can / answer / the ?

Answer:  Can you guess the answer?


10) the / sun / at / look.

Answer:  Look at the sun.


Activity – 3

Now write 6 sentences using the information given below :

1.) This is Shrinivas.

2) He is fifteen.

3) Mr. Subhash Chandra is his father.

4) His sister is a singer.

5) He is not an early riser.

6) His hobby is swimming.


Activity – 4

Read the above dialogue and instructions about the roadmap. Identify the subjects and predicates.

1) Stop, don’t move – Subject- You Predicate-  don’t move


2) Sorry ! Help me a bit please.-  Subject – I Predicate- Help me a bit please


3) How can I help you? – Subject- I Predicate- help you


4) Please, tell me the way to the Sainik School. – Subject- You Predicate- tell me the way to the Sainik School


5) Well, I’ll draw a road-map for you. – Subject- I Predicate- Draw a road-map for you


Activity – 5

Now let us write 5 sentences to explain the roadmap to Swati who wants to go to the Balasore Zilla School from Policeline square, Balasore.


1) Go upto the station square.

2) Turn left

3) There comes the statue of  S.Kundu.

4) Then turn right.

5) There comes gate of Balasore Zilla School

Activity – 6

Write a few sentences on Your Daily Routine. Then circle the subjects andunderline the predicates.

1) Iwake up every day at 6.30 a.m.

Subject- I Predicate- wakeup every day at 6.30 a.m.


2) Then Ibrush my teeth and take a bath.

Subject- I Predicate- brush my teeth and take a bath.


3) After that, Ihave my breakfast around 8.00.a.m.

Subject- I Predicate- have my breakfast around 8.00.a.m.


4) Istudy for some time and complete my homework.

Subject- I Predicate- study for some time and complete my homework.


5) Ipack my bag and get dressed for the school.

Subject- I Predicate- pack my bag and get dressed for the school.


5) Then, Ileave for school around

Subject- I Predicate- leave for school around



Activity – 7

Split the following sentences into two parts and pick out the Verb. The first one has been done for you.

Rama plays.

Answer: Subject – Rama. Predicate – plays. Verb – plays.


2) She sings.

Answer: Subject – She. Predicate -sings. Verb – sings


3) Rabindra can read.

Answer: Subject – Rabindra . Predicate – can read Verb – read.


4) Children laugh.

Answer:  Subject – Children. Predicate – laugh. Verb – laugh.


5) He can write well.

Answer:  Subject – He . Predicate – can write well . Verb – write.


6) Time flies.

Answer: Subject – Time . Predicate – flies . Verb – flies.


7) You should obey your parents.

Answer:  Subject – You . Predicate – should obey your parents . Verb – obey


Activity – 8

Pick out the Head-word of the subject and the predicate respectively and encircle them. The first one has been done for you.

1) This juice smells bad.

Answer: Noun-Juice, Verb – smells.


2) Iron is a heavy metal.

Answer: Noun -Iron, Verb – is


3) That shirt looks nice.

Answer: Noun-Shirt, Verb – looks


4) One of the boys has found the watch.

Answer: Noun-One , Verb – found


5) We have to start early.

Answer: Pronoun- We, Verb – start


6) Gandhiji’s dedication brought us freedom.

Answer: Noun-Gandhiji , Verb – brought


Activity – 9

Identify the subject and predicate.


1) What makes you laugh?

Answer: Subject- What

Predicate- makes you laugh


2) What is the aim of your life?

Answer:  Predicate – What is

Subject- the aim of your life


3) Is Mr Mathur coming here?

Answer: A part of predicate- Is

Subject- Mr.Mathur

Remaining part of the predicate- coming here.


4) Who among the five students sitting there is Rajeev?

Answer: Subject- Who

Predicate- among the five studentssitting there is Rajeev


5) How long have you been waiting here?

Answer: A part of predicate- How long have

 Subject- you

Remaining part of the predicate- been waiting here


6) Why has the modern man been unhappy?

Answer: A part of predicate- Why has

Subject- the modern man

Remaining part of the predicate- been unhappy


7) What happened to your left leg?

Answer: Predicate- What happened to

Subject- your left leg


8) When are you paying my fees?

Answer: A part of predicate- When are

Subject- You

Remaining part of the predicate- paying my fees.


9) Who do you want to speak to?

Answer: Subject- Who

Predicate- do you want to speak to


10) Where did you dine last night?

Answer: Predicate- Where didyou

Subject- dine last night



Activity – 10

Read the passage thoroughly and pick out the correct alternative from the option list for the corresponding serial number to fill in the blanks :


Lord Buddha was named Siddhartha in his childhood. King Suddhodana  got a garden planted for him. Oneday, he was walking in that garden. Then a swan , crying with pain, fell down from the sky. Prince Siddhartha raised it up and put it on his lap. Someone had shot an arrow to kill the swan. Siddhartha pulled the arrow out from its body and stuck it into his left arm with his right hand . ‘Alas!’ Siddhartha felt terrible pain. Tears streamed down his face continuously. Without thinking of the suffering of his own but thinking of the pain in the swan’s body,he burst into tears.

Activity – 11

Identify the nouns in the following sentences and say what names they indicate :


1) Ramchandra is the protagonist of the Ramayan.

Answer: Ramchandra- Proper Noun

Protagonist- Common Noun

Ramayan- Proper Noun


2) The cattle are grazing in the field.

Answer: Cattle- Common Noun

Field- Common Noun


3) Honesty is always rewarded.

Answer: Honesty- Abstract Noun


4) If winter comes, can spring be far behind?

Answer: Winter- Proper Noun

Spring- Proper Noun


5) An elephant is a wild animal.

Answer: Elephant- Proper Noun

Animal- Common Noun


6) My mother is watching TV.

Answer: Mother- Common Noun

TV- Proper Noun



Activity – 12 :

A) Complete the following story by choosing the correct option.

One day Manu and Danu met the village headman. Manu said : “Sir, there is a mango tree in my courtyard I have been protecting it for long. Danu says that it belongs to him please, give me justice.”

Danu said : “No Sir, he is lying. The tree was taken care of by none other than myself . It should belong to me.”

The headman thought for a while, he said “The tree may not belong to both. Tell me, who is the real owner ?”Both started telling him, “It’sour .”

“All right !” said the headman. “The tree will be cut into two

equals and distributed equally.” Suddenly, Danu agreed to the headman’s verdict. But Manu said, “Sir, I’ve taken a lot of pain togrow the tree. I cannot see its felling. Let Danu have the tree.

“Manu,you are really the owner of the tree. Danu will bepunished for his falsehood,” said the headman.

Activity – 13

Put in I / he / she / we / you / me / they / them /it in the blank.

1) ‘Where is Madhu ?’ He is in the garden.

2) ‘Are the boys playing ?’ ‘No,They are studying’.

3) Ram, Shyam and I belong to the same class. We are good friends too.

4) Sunita is a good girl, she is very sensitive.

5) Please don’t disturb them . They are asleep.

6) Mr Jones sells vegetables. He is a greengrocer.


A) Look at the following pictures. What do you guess ? Discuss in groups.

1) Is it a rainy / sunny day ?

Answer:  It is a rainy day

2) Is the lady young / old ?

Answer:  The lady is young.

3) Is the dog black / white ?

Answer:  The dog is white.

4) Is the man happy / unhappy ?

Answer:  The man is unhappy.

Activity – 14

Choose the correct words from the box and fill in the blanks.

1) Abhisikta feels sick . Please call the doctor.

2) Swadesh is intelligent. He can answer all the questions.

3) That red building is ours.

4) Kolkata is a populous city.

5) Silly boys idle away their time.

6) The Japanese are brave .

Activity – 15

Choose the correct verb given in brackets.

1) When do you get up ? (climb / rise / get)

2) The horse runs faster than the deer. (runs / walks / flies)

3) My friend can speak English well. (say / tell / speak)

4) A goldsmith makes ornaments. (sells / buys / makes)

5) Bad news travels fast. (goes / travels / disappears)

Activity – 16

Complete the following conversation by using the correct option given inbrackets.


Young man : Who is most powerful ? (is / am / are)

Pandit : One has who intelligence. (has / have / had)

Young man : How ?

Pandit : A strong lion without intelligence iseasily defeated by a little fox. (is / are / were)

Young man : What about gems ?

Pandit : There are only three gems – food, water and sweetwords. Fools consider the pieces of stones as gems. (is / am / are)

Young man : What is my duty ?

Pandit : You must do what you think needful. (can / must / may)

And listen : “Enjoy the process, not the fruit”.

Activity – 17

Fill in the blanks choosing the adverbs from the box.

1) This knife is extremely sharp.

2) The man was seriously injured in the accident.

3) Saumendra is absolutely faithful to Gandhian ideals

4) Radha is very beautiful.

5) The mat is beautifully designed.

Activity – 18

Fill in the blanks choosing the adverbs from the box.

well, slowly, naturally, clearly, carefully

1) It’s market area. Drive carefully.

2) The snail moves slowly .

3) Gopabandhu Babu teaches us English well .

4) Babita recites poems clearly.

5) Braja paints pictures naturally .

Activity – 19

Fill in the blanks choosing the Adverbs from the box.

doubtlessly, so, fairly, probably, always.

1) Why are you driving so fast ?

2) Kamalini has done fairly well in her exam.

3) Sachin is doubtlessly the best of all the cricketers.

4) Mr. Dash is always on time.

5) Sunita has got a high temperature. She is probably ill.

Activity – 20

Fill in the blanks choosing the Adverbs from the box.

occasionally, just, exactly, extremely, hardly

1) The information counter is exactly at the front gate.

2) I occasionally go.

3) I go hardly against law.

4) Price is extremely up.

5) You are just on time.

Activity – 21

Put in / at / onin the blanks.

1) Don’t sit on that broken chair.

2) My brother lives in New Delhi.

3)  In Japan, the people are very industrious.

4) I go to school on foot every day.

5) Good bye ! see you on Monday.

6) My sister is getting married in June.

7) He plans to come home at/on the weekend.

8) Are you going out on Sunday next ?

9) Hurry up ! The train leaves in two minutes.

10) What are you doing on Friday morning ?

Activity – 22

Fill in the blanks choosing the correct preposition given in the box.

to, in, on, behind, under, with, for, since, during, after.

1) Brajamohan works in the Railways.

2) You should keep to the left.

3) I can finish the task under ten minutes.

4) He has been staying here since 1990.

5) She is meeting me on Friday.

6) He is expected to comeduring the summer holiday.

7) I stayed at Uncle’s for a week.

8) The child is running after that stray dog.

9) I saw a man sitting behind a tree.

10) Sukanya walked after me without speaking.

Activity – 23

Fill in the blanks choosing the correct conjunction given in the box.

so that, although, and, as, for, so, but, before

Raju did very well in the examination and he stood first in his institute. Although he got a good job,buthe had not tried hard. He performed well butthe circumstances did not suit him. He opted to quit the job, so thathe could go for higher study. However, he had to wait there for a few months more as his father was unable to afford him. Onedaythe boss called in Raju and congratulated him ashe was selected as a resource person of the company. Raju thanked the authority ashis dream came true. He recalled his well-wishers before leaving for abroad for his scholastic training.

Activity – 24

Choose the appropriate interjections from the box.

Bye, oh, alas, hurrah

1) Alas ! He has lost his only son.

2) Oh ! It is too cold.

3)  Hurrah ! Sachin made 50th Test Century !

4) Bye! See you tomorrow.

Activity – 25

Make five simple sentences using the following finite verbs.

1) Bring- I brought an Iphone last month.

2) Find- I found my cat sitting under the chair.

3) Give- He gave me some money.

4) Teach- She taught me English well.

5) Write- Radha wrote a beautiful letter to me.

Activity – 26

Now write five declarative sentences about Your Pet Dog.

1) Tipu is my pet dog.

2) It has got a long body and bushy tail.

3) It is red in color.

4) It takes meat and milk.

5) It is faithful.

Activity – 27

Choose the correct imperative expression from the box for each situation.

Let’s have a walk, Be quick, Do come, Help him, Follow me.

1) Be quick. It’s going to be late.

2) Why are you afraid ? You can succeed. Follow me.

3) We have been sitting here all the morning. Let’s have a walk.

4) The boy is crying. Help him.

5) See you tomorrow. Do come

Activity 28

Turn the following sentences into exclamatory with ‘How’ and ‘What’ atthe beginning.

1) He is a very naughty boy.

Answer:  (a) What a naughty boy he is !

(b) How naughty the boy is !

2) It looks so beautiful.

Answer: (a) How beautiful it looks!

3) Devesh is very intelligent.

Answer:  How intelligent is Devesh is!

4) Saina is an excellent player.

Answer:  What an excellent player Saina is!

5) Rahim’s poems are so important.

Answer:  How important poems of Rahim are!


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  1. Shubham Sournjeet

    very good platfoarm for those who can’t go to school everyday

  2. Thanks mam

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