Sentence Rearrangement for Upcoming Exams – Set 42

Directions (Q.1-10)In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

  1. Rooted in the(1) his approach to the problems and was a kind of bridge(A)/ between the past of India and her present(B)/ past and full of pride in India’s heritage,(C)/ Vivekananda yet was modern in(D)
    DABC
    BDAC
    CDAB
    DACB
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  2. Besides being unique,(1) of small and marginal farmers(A)/ farmers Rs 6000 per year is also(B)/ the scheme to give(C)/ sustainable and will increase the confidence(D)
    CBAD
    BDAC
    CBDA
    BDCA
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  3. One of the essential qualities(1) in most of our political parties, the assumed and presumed next lines(A)/ that our political leaders should have(B)/ of leadership are family members of leaders(C)/ is the ability of succession planning because(D)
    CBAD
    ADBC
    BDAC
    BDCA
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  4. Indian economy(1) opens a set of opportunities which again(A)/ is a maze of challenges and opportunities(B)/ gives rise to another challenge(C)/where the answer to a challenge(D)
    DBAC
    BDCA
    BDAC
    DBCA
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  5. Dissent(1) plays an important role(A)/ in garnering different opinions(B) and moulding them(C)/ into policy decisions(D)/
    CDAB
    DBCA
    CBAD
    CDBA
    No arrangement required
    Option E

     

  6. One of the(1) is its unflinching faith on(A)/ settlement of international disputes (B)/ core elements of India’s foreign policy(C)/ the the political and peaceful(D)/
    BACD
    BADC
    CADB
    CABD
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  7. Care of(1) injuries after an accident(A) is of utmost importance,(B)/ as a delay of minutes in delivering care(C)/ can lead to a life-and-death situation(D)/
    BACD
    DBAC
    BADC
    CDAB
    No arrangement required
    Option E

     

  8. As the sins(1) to their own artistic creations(A)/ of the creator are(B)/ writers craft a public person superior(C)/ foisted upon their work,(D)
    BDAC
    ABCD
    ABDC
    BDCA
    No arrangement required
    Option D

     

  9. Though there have(1) there are some ways in(A)/ been impressive gains as far as(B)/ national deworming programme is concerned,(C)/ which it can be improved(D)
    ADBC
    BADC
    BCAD
    CDAB
    No arrangement required
    Option C

     

  10. The(1) be seen by moonlight,(A)/ eye and half with the fancy(B)/ loveliest of faces are to(C)/ when one sees half with the(D)
    CBDA
    BADC
    BDCA
    CADB
    No arrangement required
    Option D

     

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