Ordering of Words in a Sentence - Test-01

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 reply to a question
(P) that securing extradition
(Q)operating from the U.K soil remained
(R) of anti-India elements
(S) the spokesman said
(6) New Delhi's'first priority.


2. 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


3. As the situation has changed,
(P) since we last discussed this matter
(Q) it was best to contact you,
(R) it appeared to me
(S) without losing. time


4. (1) In this stage of the world,
(P) that their gross ignorance if one another should be diminished
(Q) it is essential,
(R)when many nations are brought into close and vital contact for good and evil,
(S) as never before
(6) that they should begin to understand a little of one another's historical experience and resulting mentality.


5. (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.



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


7. (P) supported by soft term loans
(Q)to supply imported equipment worth Rs. 8 crore
(R)the Hungarian Government has offered
(S) with a vexy low rate of interest


8. There was
(P) needed for its everyday life
(Q) a time when each family
(R) for itself most of the things it
(S) actually produced


9. I,
(P) one hand before me on the wall,
(Q) unlocked the door,
(R) to guide me in the heavy blackness
(S) and went softly down the stairs


10. As lightning accompanies thunder,
(P) was mingled with
(Q) so in my character
(R) the mutterings of my wrath
(S) a flash of humour


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