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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) In this way, balancing his accounts
(P) would bring about
(Q) only extreme non-violence,
(R) with violence and non-violence,
(S) Gandhi concluded that
(6) the end of British rule.


2. The essay
(P) like that of the human face,
(Q) because the variety is infinite,
(R) is a literary form
(S) which isnot easy to define


3. (P) took place
(Q) when militants opened fire on BSF men
(R) the encounter lasting over two hours
(S) in the town around 8.30 a.m.


4. I believed then
(P) that no matter
(Q)one should always find some time for exercise
(R) and I believe even now
(S) what amount of work one has


5. (1) Ashoka was successful
(P) by the cruelty and horrors of war
(Q) he was so disgusted
(R) in his military operations
(S) and alone among conquerors,
(6) that he renounced it



6. When he
(P) did not know
(Q) he was nervous and
(R) heard the hue and cry at midnight
(S) what to do


7. It is not, therefore
(P) that I pay a tribute
(Q) to conductors as a class
(R) with any feeling of unfriendliness
(S) to a particular'member of that class


8. Spiders
(P) build webs
(Q) in houses
(R) that many people fear
(S) those eight-legged bugs


9. (1) The candidate will be expected to have
(P) and will be responsible
(Q) a commitment to applicationoriented research
(R) for development of methods/products
(S) in the emerging
(6) field of biotechnology


10. (1) Strike
(P) when all the other methods
(Q) is a legitimate weapon of the worker
(R) to get better pay,
(S) shorter hours of work and better working conditions
(6) have failed.


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