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Sentence Arrangement – CSEET

Sentence Arrangement – CSEET

Sentence Arrangement

Jumbled Sentences are a must for good English. This is usually known by many names like rearranging of words, rearranging sentences, jumbled words, word order exercises, make a sentence with the word, put the words in the correct order to make sentences, sentence order, sentence formation etc. Rearranging the words in a meaningful sentence is an art. So below is an exercise on the same to help understand the topic.

Sample Questions

In this section, a sentence is jumbled into different parts. The parts are labeled A, B, C and D. You are required to find out the correct sequence and make a meaningful sentence

  1. For the government at the Centre gearing (A) I the pressure to check fuel prices is intensifying (B) I up for several Assembly elections this (C) I year followed by the general election in 2019, (D)

(a)   ACDB

(b)   ABDC

(c)   BDCA

(d)   CDAB

  1. Companies viable since most of the foreign acquisitions by Indian companies (A)I the world are calculated on the basis of net present value and probable reserves. (B) are done through loans taken abroad, and valuation of the oil assets all over (C)/ the rise in oil prices makes takeovers of oil blocks by Indian oil and natural gas (D)/

(a)   DCBA

(b)   DACB

(c)   ADCB

(d)   No rearrangement required

  1. Opted for a hike in key interest rates by 25 basis points (A) / at the end of an unusually long three-day meeting, (B) / which is the first such increase in four and a half years (C) / the Monetary Policy Committee of the Reserve Bank of India (D)

(a)   CBDA

(b)   BACD

(c)   BDAC

(d)   No rearrangement required

  1. Of higher education because in addition to large-scale (A)/ state universities remain central in the entire structure (B)/ on-campus enrolment they grant affiliation and thereby administer (C)/ and control a large network of colleges in their respective jurisdictions.(D)

(a)   BCDA

(b)   BACD

(c)   ADCB

(d)   No rearrangement required

  1. Of the judiciary, and for India’s constitutional system of governance(A) / senior-most judges of unquestionable integrity, for the institution (B) / the press conference organized by the four senior-most judges of the (C) / Supreme Court presents, in many ways, a breaking point for the four (D).

(a)   CDBA

(b)   BADC

(c)   ADCB

(d)   No rearrangement required

Sentence Completion

In these exercises, students must choose the correct answer to fill in the blank. Some sentences contain a single blank, while others may contain two. By completing these exercises, students will enhance their understanding of English grammar, improve their vocabulary, and learn to interpret conjunctions, articles, tenses etc.

Sample Questions

Select the best option from the four alternatives given below and mark the appropriate answer.

  1. Unless he ………. this office , I will not say anything.

(a)   Left

(b)   Did not leave

(c)   Leaves

(d)   Had left

  1. ………. I would help all the poor people.

(a)   If I am rich

(b)   If I was rich

(c)   If I were rich

(d)   In case I am rich.

  1. I ………. the news an hour ago.

(a)   Have heard

(b)   Heard

(c)   Was hearing

(d)   Have been hearing

  1. I waited for ……….……….………. hour and then I went home.

(a)   a

(b)   an

(c)   the

(d)   No article

  1. The boy is not interested in playing ……….?

(a)   Doesn’t he?

(b)   Isn’t he?

(c)   Didn’t he?

(d)   Is he?

  1. He told us that we should never live beyond ………. means.

(a)   His

(b)   Their

(c)   Our

(d)   Her

  1. May I request ………. you again to consider my case favourably.

(a)   To

(b)   Onto

(c)   Of

(d)   No proposition required

  1. Known as devout and serious person, she also has ………. sense of humour.

(a)   Better

(b)   Quick

(c)   Good

(d)   Beautiful

  1. Galileo said, ‘The Earth ………. around the sun’.

(a)   Revolved

(b)   Is revolving

(c)   Revolves

(d)   Is revolved

  1. We ………. our work before the guests arrived at our house.

(a)   Shall finish

(b)   Have finished

(c)   Had finished

(d)   Shall have finished.

 

 

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