Ordering of Words in a Sentence - Test-05

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) In the coming session,
(P)of our computer management services
(Q)to make them
(R)more useful, efficient and cost effective
(S)we are undertaking a thorough review
(6) for your needs

2. The professor
(P) who has explored many jungles
(Q) will lecture on the new expedi
(R) about which I have read
(S) which he is now planning

3. The effectiveness of a film
(P) the needs of the audience
(Q) is judged by
(R) and its relation to
(S) its theme

4. (1) The Indians of coming generations
(P) and aware of the continuity of
(Q) will not be unconvincing and self conscious
(R)but will be men, rooted in their own traditions,
(S) copiers of European culture
(6) their own cultural heritage.

5. (1) The little girl
(P) for the mother to leave
(Q) said to her ftiend
(R) little children on their own
(S) it was not quite right
(6) and go to work

6. (1) They would gather information
(P) and then report the findings
(Q) of the lands
(R) through which they travelled
(S) about the wealth and military strength
(6) to the king

7. (1) Under the present system
(P) teaching
(Q) of mass education by classes
(R) and too little on
(S) too much stress is laid on
(6) active learning.

8. (P) by the hard hitting cyclone
(Q) and bridges broken leaving the population marooned
(R)FiJi Islands presented the ghastly scene of an earthly paradise overrun by marauders
(S) after the tops of several houses were blown off

9. If you have patience
(P)to become an interesting and enthusiastic listener
(Q) from the other person himself
(R) and if you train yourself
(S) you will get to know all the details, first hand

10. It is
(P) for a man
(Q) when he accompanies a lady
(R) an accepted custom
(S) to open the door

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