As we all are aware of the fact that IBPS has introduced New Pattern English Questions in recent Bank PO exams. So here we are with Sentence Rearrangement topic based on the new pattern as asked in recent exams. This pattern is more time taking than the previous one.
Direction: In each of the following questions few statements are given. You have to arrange them and choose the correct arrangement from the given options.
- a) But as people begin immersing themselves in new realities, a growing number of worrisome reports have surfaced.
b) Tech evangelists predicted that 2016 would be “the year of virtual reality.”
c) One is that VR systems can make some users sick.
d) And in some ways they were right. Several virtual reality headsets finally hit the commercial market, and millions of people bought one.
- a) This advance may be more symbolic than practical right now, but merely showing a working example of atomic data storage, orders of magnitude smaller than state of the art techniques, is practically science fiction.
b) The fundamental components of computers are becoming small enough that they are pressing against the boundaries of the familiar world of Newtonian physics.
c) But IBM has outdone them all by reading and writing data to a single atom.
d) And nowhere is the scale and precision of operation on better display than in hard disk drives, where a trillion bits may fit in a square inch.
- a) You can probably think of a few: coolness under pressure, a problem-solving mentality, and the ability to work in a team setting.
b) Essentially, hopefuls must have a bachelor’s degree in science, be physically fit, and stand between 58.5 and 76 inches tall.
c) What NASA doesn’t mention, however, are the intangibles.
d) NASA’s requirements for becoming an astronaut are stringent, but not overly daunting.
- a)Quarks only separate in extreme conditions.
b) Some conditions are : immediately after the Big Bang or in the center of stars or during high-energy particle collisions generated in particle colliders.
c) Much of the matter in the universe is made up of tiny particles called quarks.
d) Normally it’s impossible to see a quark on its own because they are always bound tightly together in groups.
- a) At the dawn of personal computing he imagined the creative mind overlapping symbiotically with the intelligent machine to co-create designs.
b) This vision of the future architect was imagined by engineer and inventor Douglas Engelbart during his research into emerging computer systems at Stanford in 1962.
c) This dual mode of production, he envisaged, would hold the potential to generate new realities which could not be realized by either entity operating alone.
- a) Now, if all goes well, the American space agency is poised to take one of the first steps toward overcoming those challenges.
b) Although the project is still speculative, NASA and other International Space Station (ISS) partners have begun making plans for a cis-lunar “spaceport” designed to provide a stepping-stone to the Red Planet.
c) NASA’s goal of sending humans to Mars by the 2030s faces many challenges.
- a) So, you leave home in search of a better life.
b) Imagine that you are a farmer.
c) Your crops are withering as weather patterns become more volatile, your well water is too salty to drink, and rice is too expensive to buy at the market.
d) Millions of people in vulnerable communities around the world do not have to imagine such a scenario.
- a) But, every so often, a freak occurrence forces a reappraisal of what we think we know.
b) Investors, like astronomers or anthropologists, rely on intellectual models to make sense of a complicated universe, guide immediate choices, and set priorities for further inquiry.
c) Or it could be a political upheaval, like the Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom or the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States.
d) It could be a black hole.
- a) Many live in overcrowded and unsafe camps, often lacking basic necessities, as they wait for some country to grant them asylum.
b) That is 21.3 million people who have been driven from their countries by fear of violence or oppression based on race, religion, nationality, politics, or identity.
c) Today, there are 21.3 million refugees worldwide.
d) But even asylum is inadequate to enable refugees to rebuild their lives.
- a) Nearly every major society has been shaped by famine; one estimate suggests that China suffered drought or flood-induced starvation in at least one province almost every year from 108 BC to 1911.
b) More cereals were produced annually in the last quarter of the twentieth century than in any preceding period, and more grain will be harvested this year than at any time in history.
c) Yet the struggle against hunger is a battle that humanity could finally win.
d) Hunger has wracked humanity since time immemorial.