Ordering of Words in a Sentence Test 18

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.

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1. The budgef
(P) with high expectations
(Q) by all types of tax payers
(R) of tax relief
(S) is being awaited
(6) particularly the salaried middle-class.


2. (1) Yesterday, I chanced to meet
(P) where he lived
(Q) and asked him
(R) now in his seventies
(S) an old acquaintance,
(6) and what he did for his living.


3. (1) Though the Govt. claims
(P) it has failed to arrest
(Q) the rate of inflation is down
(R) or the decrease
(S) the rise in prices
(6) in the per capita income


4. It was true that
(P) the pet dog
(Q) would never sleep anywhere
(R) we once had
(S) except on the sofa


5. To much of the world.
(P) which produces radio and television
(Q) it is science
(R) by airplanes and satellites
(S) and which conquers space


6. (1) At the end of the lecture
(P) for sparing their valuable time
(Q) the speaker thanked the audience
(R) and listening to him
(S) in coming to the meeting
(6) patiently


7. After the awarding speeches
(P) the prize given
(Q) and
(R) had been made
(S) I got up to give my address in reply


8. (1) The fact that
(P) go to the police
(Q) did not let him
(R) to speak the truth
(S) he was a murderer
(6) about the theft.


9. (1) Thick glass may
(P) which are available
(Q) of the home bottle-cuttlers
(R) in many large stores, but any fine
(S) be cut with one
(6) glass requires personal attention.


10. (1) Inaugurating the Bharat Bhawan
(P) the then Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi said that
(Q) in all states so that the creative faculties of.the people
(R) in Bhopal on February 13, 1982
(S) it had been her long cherished desire to see such bhavans come up
(6) could find their proper outlet


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