Class Six English Grammar: Syllabus, Topics, & Exercises (PDF Available) 

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Class six English grammar requires a student to advance the ladder of basic rules of grammatical topics like sentences, parts of speech, and the fearsome tenses and voices. So, whether you are pursuing a secondary education, appearing for a language proficiency or competitive exam; this is your queue to hop on and go through the class six English syllabus and grammar exercises in this blog. Moreover, you can pick up your grammar skills right where you left off or feel underconfident, as sixth standard syllabi are the best when it comes to brushing up on the long-forgotten basics of grammar. 

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Class Six English Grammar Syllabus – Important Topics

Let’s begin from the beginning, if you are planning to go through the English grammar syllabus for class 6, you should first go through the tabulated grammar topics. So that, when you start studying them one by one, you leave the scope of missing out on any important content.  

Unit Topics Subtopics
1. Sentence Structure Simple, compound, and complex sentences: Identifying subjects, verbs, objects, and complements – Identifying different types of clauses (main, subordinate)
2.  Parts of Speech Nouns: common, proper, and collective
Pronouns: personal, possessive, demonstrative, interrogative, and relative
Verbs: present, past, future tense, voices, regular and irregular
Adjectives: descriptive, comparative, superlative Adverbs: manner, place, time
Prepositions
Conjunctions
Interjections
3.  Tenses Present Tense, Past TenseFuture Tense
4.  Degree of Comparision Positive, comparative, and superlative degrees of adjectives and adverbs
5.  Articles Definite and indefinite articles
6. Modals Can, could, may, might, will, would, shall, should, must, ought to
7. Punctuation Full stop (.), comma (,), question mark (?), exclamation mark (!), apostrophe (‘), quotation marks (“”)
8.  Active and Passive Voice Identifying, understanding, and converting sentences from one voice to another
9. Vocabulary and Word Power Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Homonyms: Building vocabulary through reading and activities like puzzles, games, and vocabulary notebooks
10. Comprehension Skills Reading comprehension exercises, and Listening comprehension activities
11. Creative Writing Story writingParagraph writingDialogue writing, Letter writing, Essay writing

Class Six English Grammar Exercises with Answers

Once you have gone through the above-mentioned syllabus, make sure to practise with these exercises from class six English grammar. Later on, check your answers to analyse whether you know the basics or need more practice. 

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Sentence Exercises for Class 6

Read the following sentence carefully and Identify the subject, predicate, and any modifiers in the sentence, then rewrite the sentence with the correct structure.

  1. The colourful bird in the tree singing a beautiful song.
  2. Running through the park, my friends and I saw a rainbow.
  3. Jumping over the fence, the cat scared the mouse.
  4. The big red ball bouncing down the hill.
  5. On the top shelf of the cupboard, I found a dusty old book.
  6. Swimming in the ocean, a pod of dolphins appeared.
  7. Behind the tall building, the sun was setting beautifully.
  8. Eating lunch at the picnic table, my sandwich fell on the ground.
  9. Playing in the garden, a butterfly landed on her shoulder.
  10. In the night, the moon shone brightly.

Check Your Answers

  1. The colourful bird in the tree is singing a beautiful song.
  2. My friends and I saw a rainbow while running through the park.
  3. The cat scared the mouse by jumping over the fence.
  4. The big red ball is bouncing down the hill.
  5. I found a dusty old book on the top shelf of the cupboard.
  6. A pod of dolphins appeared while swimming in the ocean.
  7. The sun was setting beautifully behind the tall building.
  8. My sandwich fell on the ground while I was eating lunch at the picnic table.
  9. A butterfly landed on her shoulder while she was playing in the garden.
  10. The moon shone brightly in the night.

Parts of Speech Exercises for Class 6

While practising the parts of speech, you need to first build a clear understanding of its types, i.e., noun, verb, adjective, and adverb, along with pronouns, verbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and Interjections.

Exercise 1 – Identify the Part of Speech

Go through the following sentences to identify the appropriate part of speech of the underlined word.

  • The diligent student always completes her homework on time.
  • The mysterious forest is home to a variety of exotic animals.
  • During the thunderstorm, we sought shelter in a sturdy building.
  • The chef skillfully prepared a delicious three-course meal.
  • Excitedly, the children opened their presents on Christmas morning.
  • The ancient castle stood majestically on top of the hill.
  • We quietly tiptoed past the sleeping baby in the nursery.
  • A group of passionate volunteers worked tirelessly to clean up the beach.
  • The artist painted a breathtaking landscape with vibrant colours.
  • In the peaceful garden, colourful butterflies fluttered gracefully.

Check Your Answer

  1. Verb
  2. Adjective
  3. Preposition
  4. Adverb
  5. Adverb
  6. Verb
  7. Adverb
  8. Verb
  9. Verb
  10. Verb

Exercise 2 – Rearrange the Part of Speech in Meaningful Sentences

Rearrange the words from part of speech in each sentence to form a grammatically correct sentence.

  1. quickly / the / soccer / played / in / park/children
  2. at / a / the / festival / beautiful / danced / the / girl
  3. weekend / happy / the / family / spent / their / a / camping / in / the
  4. up / woke / early / the / morning/birds/singing / to/in / the
  5. school / and / studied / diligently / students / their / for / exams
  6. the / eagerly / movie / waited / friends / for / the / new
  7. the / carefully / the / through / explorer/jungle / hacked
  8. her / a / received / birthday / special / on / gift/day / she
  9. excited / a / the / treasure/map/group / found / of
  10. under / the / the / stars / the / danced / couple/moonlight / romantically

Check Your Answer

  1. The children played soccer quickly in the park.
  2. The beautiful girl danced at the festival.
  3. The happy family spent a weekend camping in the woods.
  4. The birds woke up early in the morning singing.
  5. Students studied diligently for their exams.
  6. The friends eagerly waited for the new movie.
  7. The explorer carefully hacked through the jungle.
  8. She received a special gift on her birthday.
  9. A group of excited children found the treasure map. 
  10. The couple danced romantically under the moonlight stars.

Class 6 English Grammar Exercises on Tenses 

Following are Class 6 English grammar exercises on tenses:

Exercise 1 – Gap Filling

Read the following story and fill in the blanks with the form of tenses given in the bracket. 

The old village storyteller, her voice hoarse with age,_______(begin – past) her tale under the shade of the banyan tree. Children, eyes wide with anticipation, ______(gather – present perfect) at her feet, eager to hear about the mythical creatures that _____(haunt – present) the ancient forest. As her words _____(paint – past) vivid pictures of fire-breathing dragons and mischievous fairies, the setting sun ____(cast – past) long shadows across the clearing. Suddenly, a gust of wind _____(whip – past) through the leaves, sending shivers down spines. Was it just the wind, or _____(something – past) truly _____(stir – past) in the depths of the woods? The storyteller smiled enigmatically, her eyes twinkling in the fading light.

“__________(Have you – present perfect) ever _____(see – past) a dragon, Grandma?” a brave young boy _____(ask – past). The storyteller chuckled, her smile like wrinkles in sun-baked earth. “I _____(tell – past) you tales, child, not of what I _____(see – past), but of what _____(whisper – present) through generations, stories handed down from ancient times.” Her gaze drifted towards the darkening forest. “Perhaps, if you ______(listen – present) closely, you might even _____(hear – present) their echo on the wind tonight.”

Answers

  1. began
  2. have gathered
  3. haunt
  4. painted
  5. cast
  6. whipped
  7. had stirred
  8. Have you ever seen
  9. told
  10. saw
  11. whisper
  12. listen
  13. hear

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