What is alphabetical order with meaning examples and rules

 

Lesson 4

 Alphabetical Order

 

The Sequence of letters from a to z is called alphabetical order.

 

  Examples

1.    Write These letters in alphabetical order.

 

Letters

b n e o f d p q y x s c w r m t u g a d h v k j l z i

 

In alphabetical order

A b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

 

2.    Write These words in alphabetical order.

 

Words

Lamp          jug         gate           floor     zebra     orange    nest     horse    eagle     dog   brother       abnormal        sun      cat       eagle      sad      map       fabric     pet       rat

 

In alphabetical order

Abnormal      brother     cat     dog     eagle     floor     gate     horse       jug       lamp      map     nest       orange     pet         rat         sun        zebra

 

3.    If the first letters are the same, then arrange the words according to next letters.

 

Words

Apple     Air      aunt     eat      end     some     singer      sun      sad     ant     edge   equal

 

In alphabetical order

Air     ant     apple      aunt      sad     singer      some     sun     eat   edge      end     equal

 

4.     If the first two letters are the same, then arrange the words according to next letters.

 

Words

Man      mall       map       fan      fall       bat     bag      ball       ban     mat    fabric     father

 

In alphabetical order

Bag , ball ,  ban , bat , fabric , fall ,  fan , father , mall ,  man ,  map , mat

 

Exercise

 

1.    Write these letters in alphabetical order.

    

S

D

F

R

Z

X

Y

Q

M

N

E

A

             

2.    Write these words in alphabetical order.

    

Car, Pigeon, Sofa, Quilt, Grapes, But, Mango, Deer, Elephant, Nest, Orange, Peon

                                                                      

3.    Write these words in alphabetical order.

    

Stage , Some , Six , Sorry , Salt , Subject , Shift , Sea , Spell , Slow , Sack , Sell

                                                                      

4.     Write these words in alphabetical order.

    

Count , Daily , Ball , Girl , Bear , Fair , Cow , Dirt , Book , Four , Camera , Deer , Grass , First , Game , Pet , Dog , Animals

 

                                                                      

                                                    

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