Sentence Rearrangement for Upcoming Exams – Set 56

Directions(1-5): In the given question, a statement divided into different segments is given. The first segment is fixed. Rearrange the other segments to form a coherent statement. If the sentence is already arranged or the correct sequence doesn’t match any of the given sequence, mark (E). i.e. “None of the above” as your answer.

  1. Residents of the village have/ to be used as quarantine facilities (P)/ in the nearby woods which are (Q)/ made of bamboo and wild leaves, (R)/ been busy building eco-friendly huts, (S)
    QSRP
    SQRP
    SRPQ
    SRQP
    None of the above
    Option D

     

  2. New England was experiencing/ in Europe, with textile mills (P)/ popping up around the region (Q)/ that was already underway (R)/ the beginnings of the industrial revolution (S)
    PRQS
    SRPQ
    QRSP
    PQRS
    None of the above
    Option B

     

  3. Many of the civil rights protest marches/ which had long been a significant (P)/ that took place in Birmingham during the 1960s (Q)/ religious centre for the city’s black population (R)/ began at the steps of the 16th Street Baptist Church, (S)
    QSPR
    RSQP
    SQRP
    PRQS
    None of the above
    Option A

     

  4. The basic ethos/ of Sanders’s purely democratic (P)/ understanding of justice is an (Q)/ urge to view all (R)/ inequality as “a moral issue” of injustice (S)
    QSRP
    RSQP
    PRSQ
    SQPR
    None of the above
    Option E
    The sentence has been correctly arranged. Thus, the correct sequence is PQRS and hence, option E is the correct answer.

     

  5. The Haymarket Riot/ and labour organizers were rounded up (P)/ by the police in Chicago and elsewhere (Q)/ set off a national wave of xenophobia, (R)/ as scores of foreign-born radicals (S)
    PSQR
    SQPR
    RQSP
    RSPQ
    None of the above
    Option D

     

  6. Directions(6-10): In the given question, there are five sentences A, B, C, D and E, which when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the five given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.

  7. A) The timing of the shortage, reportedly because of a family dispute among the stakeholders of Hamdard India, has exacerbated the problem.
    B) As Ramzan began Tuesday, the scarcity of the syrup prompted an energetic discussion on social media.
    C) Rooh Afza, the rose-coloured coolant, sold by Hamdard India, has been in short supply in India for at least five months.
    D) To slake their thirst, some Indians have been buying the Pakistani version of Rooh Afza from e-commerce sites at three to four times the price on this side of the border.
    E) For decades, Rooh Afza has been the beverage of choice in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh at the iftar evening meal with which Muslims end the Ramzan fast at sunset.
    ACEBD
    BECAD
    EACDB
    ABCDE
    CAEBD
    Option E

     

  8. A) Food researchers are trumpeting the potential for jackfruit to become a staple crop on a warming planet.
    B) Around a third of the jackfruit that grows in Kerala is estimated still to be going to waste.
    C) But India is way behind in the race to cultivate the crop.
    D) The little progress that has been made is often credited to Shree Padre, a magazine editor who has turned his monthly farming journal into the fruit’s biggest cheerleader.
    E) Industries in China and Vietnam have been booming for nearly three decades.
    ACEBD
    BECAD
    EACDB
    ABCDE
    CAEBD
    Option A

     

  9. A) Samuel Cohn, a professor at the University of Glasgow, notes that popular revolts blossomed in the wake of worldwide cholera outbreaks from the 1830s through the 1910s.
    B) Disturbingly, Cohn discovered that doctors and medical workers also bore the brunt of the violence.
    C) “Cholera riots” convulsed cities in Europe and North America, sometimes cross-pollinating with movements for political reform.
    D) In Donetsk in Ukraine, rioters burned the entire city to the ground during an 1892 epidemic.
    E) The 19th-century cholera outbreaks point to a consequence of epidemics: social upheaval.
    ACEBD
    BECAD
    EACDB
    ABCDE
    CAEBD
    Option C

     

  10. A) Though they have been honoured with Rajya Sabha nominations, Sachin Tendulkar and Rekha have made their disinclination to attend upper house quite evident in the past few weeks.
    B) In fact, the cricketer and the actress were so conspicuous by their absence in parliament that other MPs decided to make this an issue last week.
    C) Tendulkar has attended parliament for only three days since he was nominated two years ago, while the Bollywood star has been there only eight times.
    D) But not all of the upper house’s nominated members take their roles as parliamentarians so lightly.
    E) Several nominated MPs have not only displayed excellent attendance records, they also participated enthusiastically in debates and committee meetings.
    ACEBD
    BECAD
    EACDB
    ABCDE
    CAEBD
    Option D

     

  11. A) Research shows those in lower socioeconomic circumstances were more distressed, and more likely to turn to emotional eating as a way of coping.
    B) Employment insecurity, financial difficulty and hardship due to the Covid-19 pandemic are affecting the lives of many people.
    C) People’s ways of coping with this distress could have further ramifications for their health.
    D) This emotional eating was, in turn, associated with increased body weight.
    E) Past research has shown that poverty is associated with psychological distress, including higher rates of depression and lower mental well-being.
    ACEBD
    BECAD
    EACDB
    ABCDE
    CAEBD
    Option B

     

 

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