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. Only
(P) to make himself
(Q) by shouting at the top of his voice
(R) was he able
(S) heard


2. (1) People read and recite the Ramayana,
(P)which refers to those high ideals of human conduct
(Q) with great devotion,
(R) that aspect of its greatness
(S) but they mostly fail to appreciate
(6) that this great epic places before us.


3. (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.


4. 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


5. (1) When I reached my office
(P) to get home early
(Q) I phoned my mother
(R) that I wouldn't be able
(S) to tell her
(6) as I had promised.



6. The national unity of a free people
(P) to make it impracticable
(Q)for there to - be an arbitrary administration
(R) depends upon a sufficiently even balance of political power
(S) against a revolutionary opposition that is irreconcilably opposed to it


7. (1) The Minister of State for power
(P) laying emphasis
(Q) in conservation of electricity in industries
(R)has written to his counterparts in State Governments
(S) on bringing about improvement
(6) by introduction of energy efficient equipment.


8. (P) when the artist had started
(Q) singing a popular song
(R) in chorus
(S) everyone in the audience joined


9. We can think of
(P) often confused in the public mind
(Q) which suggest the need for
(R) two factors
(S) an international language


10. According to an engineer
(P) might hit the market next year
(Q) a newly developed air-cooler system
(R) that employed in conventional room coolers
(S) which is based on a principle radically different from


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There are at least two words in the English language that use all of the vowels, in the correct order, and end in the letter Y: abstemiously and facetiously.      .. More >>
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