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Ordering of Words in a Sentence
Directions: In the following items some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. You are required to re-arrange these parts that are labeled P, Q, R and S to produce the correct sentence.


1. (1) The code
(P) is normally put onto cards
(Q) that the computer understands
(R) small holes are punched
(S) through which
(6) in specially arranged patterns


2. (1) Paintings
(P) have been
(Q) which were submitted
(R) totally ruined by rain
(S) for the exhibition
(6) last night.


3. A policeman
(P) to abide
(Q) if he has to do well,
(R) by the strict letters of the law
(S) cannot afford


4. (1) There are
(P) laid on school games
(Q) who support the emphasis
(R) still those devotees of sport
(S) and for whom sports is
(6) a kind of religion.


5. Some achievements
(P) have made
(Q) happier and more comfortable
(R) of science
(S) human life



6. Milton said that
(P) those persons
(Q) would be damned
(R) who do not obey
(S) God's commands


7. The professor
(P) who has explored many jungles
(Q) will lecture on the new expedi
(R) about which I have read
(S) which he is now planning


8. (1) The social groups in power
(P) especially when these happen to depend upon the state
(Q) have always manipulated the education systems
(R) for their very existence,
(S) to strengthen and perpetuate
(6) their own privileged position.


9. (1) In the coming session,
(P)of our computer management services
(Q)to make them
(R)more useful, efficient and cost effective
(S)we are undertaking a thorough review
(6) for your needs


10. Today
(P) we have the law
(Q) and 'might is right'
(R) to protect us all
(S) does not operate
(6) any more


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