- 1 English Grammar Test 13 | Arrangement of Sentences (Part -1)
- 1.1 English Grammar Test - 13 (Arrangment of Sentences -1)
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- 1.1 English Grammar Test - 13 (Arrangment of Sentences -1)
English Grammar Test 13 | Arrangement of Sentences (Part -1)
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English Grammar Test - 13 (Arrangment of Sentences -1)
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question1 points
1.In these questions, the 1st and the last sentence of the passage are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the passage is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentences and find out which of the four combinations is correct.
(1) Religion can bring revolution in the country.
(P) Younger generation should read religious books.
(Q) But it should be practised from within.
(R) They will learn values of life from those books.
(S) Their actions must be properly motivated.
(6) Then they can be better human beings in Indian society.Correct
Question 2 of 20
2. Question1 points
2.(1) We wanted to relax and have fun.
(P) All of us agreed to share responsibilities.
(Q) Two of us took our cars.
(R) We decided to go on a picnic at Lodhi Gardens.
(S) Each one of us brought one dish, some fruits and sweets.
(6) We enjoyed ourselves a lot and felt a welcome change in our monotonous life.Correct
Question 3 of 20
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3.(1) My hobby is to collect thought provoking articles from newspapers, magazines and Journals.
(P) It has made me a much sought after speaker.
(Q) It keeps me updated and helps me in my profession.
(R) My successful talks give me self- satisfaction and fame.
(S) Whenever I have to deliver a talk on topics such as education, personality development, stress management, I have a lot to say.
(6) There is no doubt that a hobby is a boon if it combines pleasure and usefulness.Correct
Question 4 of 20
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4.(1) First Deserve and then Desire.
(P) Earlier I was very ambitious and wanted to fulfil my desires by hook or by crook.
(Q) One can be exposed any time and put to shame.
(R) This saying proved to be a mantra for success in my life.
(S) But I realised that success through short cuts is shortlive
(6) I followed this saying and today I am a successful businessman.Correct
Question 5 of 20
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5.(1) Information Technology is a recent development.
(P) These changes are attributed to the Internet, website, e-mail and Fax.
(Q) As a result of these techniques, the whole world has shrunken into a global village.
(R) The invention of computer has accelerated the speed of computing.
(S) It has brought about revolutionary changes in the field of communication.
(6) Browsing Internet has become a regular feature.Correct
Question 6 of 20
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6.(1) The telephone is the most tyrannical of all the machines we have invented.
(P) We might be watching television, reading a book, or doing some gardening.
(Q) It uses us more than we use it.
(R) But at the first summon, we hasten to answer its call.
(S) It rings frantically whenever we are in the middle of doing something else.
(6) Are we not like slaves hastening to their whip cracking masters?Correct
Question 7 of 20
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7.(1) One day G. Washington was riding along a road.
(P) The beam was too heavy to lift without help.
(Q) The Corporal was giving them orders.
(R) On the way, he saw soldiers lifting a heavy beam.
(S) They needed just one more man.
(6) G. Washington dismounted and helped the soldiers to lift the beam.Correct
Question 8 of 20
8. Question1 points
8.(1) There was a boy named Ali.
(P) They asked him to find work.
(Q) He lived with his parents.
(R) But Ali refused to work.
(S) They were very poor.
(6) They asked him to leave the house.Correct
Question 9 of 20
9. Question1 points
9.(1) The second centre is much smaller.(P) It will be known as Dhana Dhanya Cultural Complex.
(Q) It will come up at Alipore.
(R) The State Government has decided to set up this centre.
(S) But it is equally attractive.
(6) This will be built in the memory of Dwijendralal Roy.Correct
Question 10 of 20
10. Question1 points
10.(1) Siem Reap is a small town near the temple of Angkor Wat.
(P) There are some fine examples of Khmer and French architecture.
(Q) The town is charming and worth exploring.(R) In Angkor Wat you will find more than 100 stone mouments and temples.
(S) Now a days, visitors are using it as a base for visits to nearby temples.
(6) To see the whole town can take several days.Correct
Question 11 of 20
11. Question1 points
11.(1) The north-eastern region presents a diverse system of habitats, ranging from tropical rainforests to alpine meadows.
(P) In eastern Himalayas the rainfall ranges from 125 to 300 cm, in Assam from 178 to 305 cms.
(Q) The temperature in the region varies with location, elevation, topography, rainfall and humidity.
(R) The uneven distribution affects the region in two opposite ways, floods and droughts.
(S) It is largely a humid tropical region with two periods of rainfall; the winter rains come from the west and the Summer rains are brought by the monsoon winds.
(6) The winter temperature in Shillong, for example, varies from 4°C to 24°C; in Gangtok, from 9°C to 23°CCorrect
Question 12 of 20
12. Question1 points
12.(1) On vacation in Tangier, Morocco, my friend and I sat down at a street cafe.
(P) At one point, he bent over with a big smile, showing me a single gold tooth and a dingy fez.
(Q) Soon I felt the presence of someone standing alongside me.
(R) But this one wouldn't budge.
(S) We had been cautioned about beggars and told to ignore them.
(6) Finally a man walked over to me and whispered, “Hey buddy, this guy is your waiter and he wants to take your order”.Correct
Question 13 of 20
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13.(1) The manual typewriter is worked by hand
(P) The required letter is thus printed on the paper.
(Q) When one of the keys is tapped, a hammer goes and strikes the ribbon against the blank paper.
(R) Then the roller automatically moves on, another key is tapped and the next letter is printed
(S) A sheet of paper is clipped against the roller.
(6) A person who knows typing, can really work fast on this machine.Correct
Question 14 of 20
14. Question1 points
14.(1) I usually sleep quite well in the train, but this time I slept only a little.
(P) Most people wanted it shut and I wanted it open.
(Q) Soon there was a quarrel about the window.
(R) The quarrel left me completely upset.
(S) There were too may people and too much luggage all around
(6) The window was shut all night as usual.Correct
Question 15 of 20
15. Question1 points
15.(1) We stayed on the second floor of an individual house.
(P) Then she would add the three fourths water that he would anyway add to the milk.
(Q) One day she said to him that he was too old to climb upstairs with the heavy can of milk.
(R) My mother was very angry with the old man who brought diluted milk to us.
(S) She suggested to him that he should come up with the can, one fourth full with milk.
(6) So that he was not burdened with climbing upstairs with the heavy can.Correct
Question 16 of 20
16. Question1 points
16.(1) Reporters gather news for newspaper.
(P) The newspaper is sent to the distributors.
(Q) The news is classified and arranged by the editors.
(R) It is printed in the press.
(S) Then the newspapers are sent to news agencies.
(6) The news agencies sell the newspapers.Correct
Question 17 of 20
17. Question1 points
17.(1) The trial of Madhuri Gupta began on the morning of 22 March 2012, almost two years after she was first taken into police custody.
(P) She was released on bail after having already served 21 months in Tihar jail waiting for a trial.
(Q) Shortly before 10 Am., Gupta was chatting amiably with the policmen on duty at North Delhi's Tis Hazari Courts complex.
(R) She had been jailed until january of this year, when she was formally charged with violating the official Secrets Act, 1923.
(S) Home to about 400 courtrooms, the complex is among the largest of its kind in Asia
(6) The place presents a dim picture of the depressing realities of justice at work.Correct
Question 18 of 20
18. Question1 points
18.(1) By 1 pm, the producers were ready and the show time sirens wailed
(P) He was wearing a skullcap and sported his now signature long beard
(Q) Jamshed was to pre-record episodes of ALIF LAAM MEEM, a 2011 Islamicised version of WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE for Geo TV.
(R) Junaid Jamshed made his entrance, standing tall in a kurta
(S) We were at International Studios in Karachi.
(6) Geo TV is one of Pakistan's biggest TV networks.Correct
Question 19 of 20
19. Question1 points
19.(1) When he was a little boy, he lived on a farm in the country.
(P) He used to feed the chicken in the morning.
(Q) After Lunch, it was too hot to work or play.
(R) It was his grandfather's vegetable farm,
(S) Then he played in the fields until noon.
(6) So everyone took a nap for two or three hours.Correct
Question 20 of 20
20. Question1 points
20.(1) It was 7 O'clock in the morning.
(P) He was keenly looking at the approaching vehicles.
(Q) His house was in the lead.
(R) Shardul was waiting for his school bus.
(S) Today is the final day of his school athletic meet.
(6) As a leader of the house, he wanted to win the General Championship by scoring maximum points.Correct