Ordering of Words in a Sentence - Test-02

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) The two men who were following
(P) and who were separated from the tigress by the rock,
(Q) when they saw me stop
(R) a few yards behind me
(S) stood still
(6) and turn my head.


2. (1) Long, long, time ago
(P) who lived with his virtuous wife
(Q) in a country called Chinchinchoo
(R) there ruled a noble king
(S) and seven daughters
(6) pretty, graceful and well-versed in fine arts.


3. (P) while some people live
(Q) to eat and drink and wear
(R) many have not even enough
(S) in luxury


4. (P) as environmental tools
(Q) for military purposes
(R) are finding various new uses
(S) the world's fastestcomputers initially conceived


5. Some of our social sciences
(P) that cannot be attacked by modern society
(Q) such as psychology and sociology
(R) seem to have become
(S) sacred cows



6. People
(P) at his dispensary
(Q) went to him
(R) of all professions
(S) for medicine and treatment


7. It has been established that
(P) Einstein was
(Q) although a great scientist
(R) weak in arithmetic
(S) right from his school days


8. (1) I am aware of the exciting demands
(P) in the highest public offic6
(Q) these demands have to
(R) but I do not see that
(S) of security of those
(6) wildly inconsistent with the rights of a citizen.


9. If you need help
(P) promptly and politely
(Q) ask for attendants
(R) to help our customers
(S) who have instructions


10. (1) There is a fashion now-a-days
(P) as an evil
(Q) who is born with a silver spoon
(R) to bewail poverty
(S) and to pity the youngman
(6) in his mouth.


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