Ordering of Words in a Sentence - Test-04

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 fact that
(P) go to the police
(Q) did not let him
(R) to speak the truth
(S) he was a murderer
(6) about the theft.

2. (1) The Arabs live in tents
(P)so that they can move from one oasis to another
(Q)and taken down very easily and quickly
(R) seeking grass and water
(S) than can be put up
(6)for their sheep, goats, camels and horses.

3. To much of the world.
(P) which produces radio and television
(Q) it is science
(R) by airplanes and satellites
(S) and which conquers space

4. (1) Haryana gets the credit
(P) for the first time
(Q) for training block level extension farmers
(R) for using INSAT-2
(S) in the country
(6) in various aspects of agriculture

5. The claim is not
(P) of any kind
(Q) but
(R) that it is without morality
(S) that science is actively anti - moral

6. I have never met
(P) a friendliness and hospitality
(Q) in your city,
(R) like the one
(S) I have nvet
(6) Calcutta

7. (1) Thick glass may
(P) which are available
(Q) of the home bottle-cuttlers
(R) in many large stores, but any fine
(S) be cut with one
(6) glass requires personal attention.

8. (1) If you are serious about
(P) vocabulary building not a hobby,
(Q) you will have to make
(R) an absorbing interest,
(S) increasing your vocabulary,
(6)or even an obsession.

9. Women
(P) till the other day
(Q) who were content being housewives
(R) about spending their time cooking
(S) now sound apologetic

10. (1) Fair play demands that
(P) which may tend to give a poor impression
(Q) before any comments are made
(R)the person 'concerned should be asked
(S) about a person
(6) to give his side of the story.

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