Sentence Rearrangement for Upcoming Exams – Set 52

Directions(1-5): In the given question, a statement divided into different segments is given, not necessarily in the correct order. Rearrange the segments to form a coherent statement and mark the correct sequence as your answer.

  1. A) but also the urban areas and fertile lands of Belagavi in Karnataka,
    B) this time, not only the hill regions of the Western Ghats,
    C) under water
    D) were deluged, with a few areas submerged
    E) and those of Kolhapur, Satara, and Sangli districts in Maharashtra,
    DBCEA
    DBCAE
    CABDE
    BAEDC
    ABECD
    Option D
    The correct sentence after rearrangement is –
    This time, not only the hill regions of the Western Ghats(B), but also the urban areas and fertile lands of Belagavi in Karnataka(A), and those of Kolhapur, Satara, and Sangli districts in Maharashtra(E), were deluged, with a few areas submerged(D) under water(C).

     

  2. A) on some of the sensitive issues
    B) pertaining to the political and public life of the people of the country
    C) has been on a spree of taking decisions
    D) the XYZ government,
    E) which is comfortably occupying the seat of power at the centre
    DECAB
    DBCAE
    CABDE
    BAEDC
    ABECD
    Option A
    The correct sentence after rearrangement is:
    The XYZ government(D), which is comfortably occupying the seat of power(E) at the centre has been on a spree of taking decisions (C)on some of the sensitive issues(A) pertaining to the political and public life of the people of the country(B).

     

  3. A) speech of the finance minister,
    B) the larger picture emerging from
    C) despite the rhetoric in the budget
    D) and a net decline in employment
    E) the recent data is a slowdown in growth
    DECAB
    DBCAE
    CABED
    BAEDC
    ABECD
    Option C
    The correct sentence after rearrangement is –
    Despite the rhetoric in the budget speech(C) of the finance minsiter(A), the larger picture emerging from(B) the recent data is a slowdown in growth(E) and a net decline in employment(D).

     

  4. A) the stories of most of the Hindi films revolve around affluent
    B) Indians and endorse the social, religious, and cultural values
    C) of the Hindu middle class and by doing so,
    D) a new form of nation and nationalism that is not fully inclusive
    E) such films also try to construct
    DECAB
    DBCAE
    CABED
    ABEDC
    ABCED
    Option E

     

  5. A) as Indian women struggled to
    B) and political demands, lines of alliances
    C) became crossed and complex
    D) balance nationalist politics with their social
    E) in the first half of the 20th century,
    DECAB
    EADBC
    CABED
    BAEDC
    ABCED
    Option B

     

  6. Directions(6-10): The following question contains five parts out of which, four parts when unjumbled and joined together form a meaningful sentence. You have to find the sequence in which the four parts should be joined in order to form a meaningful sentence.

  7. A. that patriotism today is not a secular
    B. signalling secular sensibilities are immediately
    C. confronted each other to prove
    D. the communal and the national
    E. loyalty but a majoritarian definition
    EBCA
    DBAE
    EBAC
    DCAE
    ADEC
    Option D
    The communal and the national confronted each other to prove that patriotism today is not a secular loyalty but a majoritarian definition.

     

  8. A. you were the centre of their universe
    B. memory of the golden years
    C. influence the child, totally
    D. what is really heart-breaking is the
    E. of the early youth of your children when
    CBAD
    AEBC
    BEAD
    CDEA
    DBEA
    Option E
    What is really heart-breaking is the memory of the golden years of the early youth of your children when you were the centre of their universe

     

  9. A. determined not to let a stray
    B. brushed past me, so close
    C. I turned and came directly in the path
    D. incident like this unnerve me,
    E. of a flash of welding flame
    CEBA
    ADCE
    AEBC
    DCAB
    BCAE
    Option B
    Determined not to let a stray incident like this unnerve me, I turned and came directly in the path of a flash of welding flame.

     

  10. A. the implementation of these guidelines
    B. the outcome of consultations, particularly
    C. the given guidelines and help in assessing
    D. the member states to widely disseminate
    E. the Council of Europe has also asked
    ECBA
    CDEB
    BCDA
    DBAE
    EDCA
    Option E

     

  11. A. by public authorities to individuals, NGOs and civil society at large that
    B. the fourth provision Active involvement refers to opportunities for
    C. of Ministers is council’s statutory decision-making body
    D. extend beyond the provision of information, consultation or dialogue
    E. civil participation in decision-making processes provided
    EBCA
    CDEA
    BADE
    BEAD
    ADCE
    Option D
    The fourth provision active involvement refers to opportunities for civil participation in decision-making processes provided by public authorities to individuals, NGOs and civil society at large that extend beyond the provision of information, consultation or dialogue.

     

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