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) O why
(P) creator shatter
(Q) should the great
(R) one of
(S) his most adorable
(6) works!


2. (1) India has been a land
(P) but in the sense that learning has always been very highly valued
(Q)not indeed in the sense that education has been universal,
(R) and the learned man has been held in higher esteem
(S) of learning throughout the ages
(6) than the warrioror the administrator.


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


4. (1) Yesterday, I chanced to meet
(P) where he lived
(Q) and asked him
(R) now in his seventies
(S) an old acquaintance,
(6) and what he did for his living.


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



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


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


8. Recently,
(P)containing memorable letters of Churchill
(Q) a book
(R) has been published
(S) by a reputed puslisher


9. (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.


10. As the whole human blood and its related blood products
(P) the collection and distribution is
(Q) are drugs,
(R) and rules there under
(S) regulated under Drugs and Cosmetics Act


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English Phrases
  • 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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