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) If all the nations
(P) for the common good of mankind
(Q)then they will never fight with each other
(R) work together
(S) and agree to obey these laws,
(6) and there will be.no war.


2. (1) The ongoing research
(P) to relax the vigil
(Q) for development of an AIDS vaccine
(R) is not reason enough
(S) due to enter laboratory trials shortly
(6) against the killer - disease.


3. The man
(P) is generally the one
(Q) who can work very hard
(R) when he must work
(S) who can play most heartily when he has the chance of playing


4. (1) The Government has constituted
(P) keeping in mind the necessary
(Q) to ensure adequate inputs of science and technology
(R) environmental safeguards
(S) an expert group to incorporate strategies
(6) for ecologically sustainable production


5. (1) He dared
(P) the forty thieves
(Q) to fight
(R) who
(S) challenged him
(6) to a duel



6. (1) On reaching the station
(P) he first looked around
(Q) and when he could find none
(R) he just lifted his luggage
(S) for a coolie
(6) and walked down to the platform


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


8. (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.


9. (1) About a hundred Vintage beauties
(P) have been restored
(Q) over the years
(R) from the scrap
(S) many of which
(6) participate in the famous Vintage Car Rally every year.


10. (1) Believe it or not but
(P) to be a news reader
(Q) the Hindi film industry's leading actor
(R) was once dismissed
(S) for close to a decade
(6) on All India Radio


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  • When see means 'use one's eyes', it is not usually used in progressive tenses. We often use a structure with can instead.
      I can see a rabbit over there. (NOT I'm seeing. . .)
  • See can also mean 'understand'. We do not use progessive tenses.
      'We've got a problem.' I see (NOT I'm seeing )
  • When see means meet, interview, talk to, progressive tenses are possible.
      I'm seeing Miss Barnett at four o'clock.
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