Matching on A Giant’s Garden

Match the phrases in the substitution table to make sensible sentences. Write out the sentences in full.


           A                B                   C                     D
(i) It saw from a long journey
(ii) Here and there over the grass came back desolate he turned children out
(iii) Every afternoon as they became the children playing in the garden in the giants garden
(iv) One day the giant stood a large, lovely garden with soft green grass
(v) When he was from school the children used to go and play like stars
(vi) The garden were coming beautiful flowers soon


(i) It was a large lovely garden with soft green grass. (ii) Here and there over the grass stood beautiful flowers like stars. (iii) Every afternoon as the children were coming from school, they used to go and play in the giant’s garden. (iv) One day the giant came back from a long journey. (v) When he saw the children playing in the garden, he turned them out. (vi) The garden became desolate soon.


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