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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) Even though he had prepared well
(P) in the examination hall
(Q) and could not do well
(R) for the examination, (S) he got nervous
(6) as well as he had hoped to do.


2. They are plant eaters
(P) and various kinds of vegetation
(Q) browsing on grass
(R) and consume
(S) vast quantities of pasture


3. Reading books
(P) is a habit
(Q) but also enlarges the mind
(R)because it not only increases knowledge
(S)which must be cultivated by everybody.


4. (P) when a chemical substance
(Q) the food poisoning occurred
(R) in the food preparations
(S) was mistaken for salt and used


5. (1) The man whom I hit on the head
(P) says that when he meets me
(Q) on my way back home from school
(R) on the road
(S) he will beat me
(6) till I cry for mercy.



6. In the modern times
(P) certainly
(Q) hijackings are
(R) experienced by the air personnel
(S) the most cruel form of horror


7. (1) The communique took note of
(P) facing the world and
(Q) support of terrorism and subversion
(R) the issues of peace and security
(S) called on all states to eschew any form of
(6) directed against other states.


8. They tell us
(P) in some places
(Q) there must have been
(R)thlat when the great glaciers of the Ice Age melted
(S) vast steppes or wide treeless plains


9. (P) Since they are swayed exclusively
(Q) the mental horizon of students
(R) has narrowed these days
(S) by considerations of career


10. The practice of taking performance boosting drugs among athletes
(P)but checking it is not going to be easy
(Q) is generally conceded to be unfair
(R) of the detection technology
(S)for the user is generally one jump ahead


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