ordering of words in a sentence - test-03

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. The main cause of Industrial Revolution was
(P) owing to the geographical discoveries
(Q) in the 17th and 18th centuries
(R) the great increase in overseas trade
(S) of Columbus and Vasco - da - Gama


2. (P) took place
(Q) when militants opened fire on BSF men
(R) the encounter lasting over two hours
(S) in the town around 8.30 a.m.


3. (1) Some remarks
(P) put the police on the right scent
(Q) by a woman
(R) and they discovered
(S) casually dropped
(6) the whole gang of brigands


4. (1) Sugar
(P) and our average consumption of sugar
(Q) provides something like
(R) itself is rich in calories
(S) one-fifth of our
(6) total calorie intake


5. Georgian loyalists and rebel forces
(P) after a week of fighting
(Q) agreed to
(R) a ceasefire today
(S) in which 51 people were killed



6. (1) The move to revert to a six-day week
(P) among the employees
(Q)while their leaders represented to the Chief Minister
(R) that they be taken into confidence
(S) led to an animated decision
(6) before any decision was taken.


7. When he
(P) did not know
(Q) he was nervous and
(R) heard the hue and cry at midnight
(S) what to do


8. (P) with an idea to reach the deprived child
(Q) by the United Nations Organisation
(R) the year 1979 has been declared as
(S) the International Year of the Child


9. (1) Ashoka was successful
(P) by the cruelty and horrors of war
(Q) he was so disgusted
(R) in his military operations
(S) and alone among conquerors,
(6) that he renounced it


10. (P)expresses itself in many diverse art &rms
(Q) ancient in origin
(R) The essence of the spirit of Bulgaria
(S) of great creativity


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