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Rearrange the following words and phrases to form meaningful sentences.
I realised / than me / the teenagers / very soon / that / were better

Last updated date: 13th Jun 2024
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Hint: Rearrange words or sentence means to arrange the words and sentence in a different way or in such a way that it gives meaning.

Complete answer:
Following is the usual order of words in an English sentence: Subject of the sentence, followed by verb, which is followed by object of the sentence. Adjective usually precedes the noun (unless it is used predicatively).
To arrange the words in correct order you should be focused on relative clauses and a relative clause is a subordinate clause that contains the element whose interpretation is provided by an expression on which the subordinate clause is grammatically dependent. These sentences usually start with if, whether moreover etc. and they are very helpful in making correct or right sentences.
The basic order of words in a sentence is: subject + verb + object.
A sentence may not contain an object, depending on the verb. Transitive verbs like 'appear', 'die', etc do not require objects.
To this basic structure, different elements can be added. For example, noun phrases, adjective phrases, subject complements, types of clauses and so on.
Subject + Verb + Object

So, the correct and meaningful sentence that its forms is:

I realised that the teenagers were better than me.

Note: In this question, it is required to follow the rule for making a meaningful sentence and the rule is Subject + Verb + Object. So, the correct and meaningful sentence and that is: I realised that the teenagers were better than me.