Parajumbles

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.
A. I must have you dance.
B. You had much better dance.
C. I hate to see you standing about by yourself in this stupid manner.
D. Come, Darcy.

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  2. DACB
  3. ADCB
  4. DCAB
  5. DBAC
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Option D

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.
A. Building of these structures requires a lot of fuel to be burnt which emits a large amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
B. The major source of carbon dioxide is power plants.
C. Another twenty percent of carbon dioxide emitted in the atmosphere comes from burning of gasoline in the engines of vehicles.
D. Building, both commercial and residential represent a larger source of global warming pollution than the said cars and trucks
E. The major cause of global warming is the emission of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. methane, nitrous oxide etc. into the atmosphere
F. These power plants emit large amounts of carbon dioxide produced from burning of fossil fuels for the purpose of electricity generation.

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  2. DAFBEC
  3. EFACBD
  4. ABFCDE
  5. BCDEAF
Level: Medium

Option A

The paragraph talks about carbon dioxide specifically at large. Hence to introduce why it is talking about carbon dioxide, E-statement talks sources of global warming other than carbon dioxide as well which would make it the introducing statement. Now we delve First, the major source of carbon dioxide is talked about hence, B would be the second statement. As seen from the tips, one statement introduces the idea and the next elaborates on it. Since, F elaborates on why plants produce large amounts of carbon dioxide, F is the third statement Now for other sources. Statement D already talks about ‘said’ cars e into carbon dioxide once the major source has been talked about, it is time and trucks. Since cars and trucks are being talked about in C D would follow C. D also talks about buildings and A elaborates on it which makes A the last statement.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. However, many people may not be aware of the numerous other areas where it has been applied
B. Today, even, those who have little knowledge about the production of virtual reality are now most likely aware of its use in video games.
C. Similarly, medical students have substituted a cadaver for a fibreglass mould of a body and a headset when training to perform surgery
D. Virtual reality was an unfamiliar concept to many people till the early 90's.
E. Introducing virtual reality to the real world, thus, has already proven to be beneficial for every industry it encounters.
F. For example," astronaut trainees have recently used virtual reality to simulate a trip to space

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  2. DBAFCE
  3. DCAEFB
  4. ADCEFB
  5. BCFADE
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Option B

To solve all these questions, it is required that you completely solve the para jumble first. Taking help from the ways to solve given above, the first sentence would be the one that introduces an idea. Obviously, this would not be the one that begins with ‘however’, ‘for example’ or the like, Glancing through the options you would find that D is the perfect choice since it introduces the concept of virtual reality. As you would have read, one must always follow a chronological order. Since the first line talks of the 90’s, naturally, the line talking of today would succeed that. Hence, B is the second sentence. This line introduces the idea that many people are aware of virtual reality by the virtue of video games. To contrast this idea, A would come next which states that even if most people are aware of video games, they don’t know of its other applications. Using another of the tips mentioned earlier, you know that if you find a generic statement then you must search for its specific example and place the example after the generic statement. This shows that F would come after A. Since E is a concluding statement, it would be the last one and the one that is left which is C precedes E.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. that have spurred household spending, an expansion in business investment, and most significantly, a global pickup in demand.
B. It is also noteworthy that the economic revival has been happening amid heightened policy uncertainty worldwide,
C. This offers more reassurance that the global economy may have finally re-emerged from the post-financial crisis doldrums.
D. Fed Chair Janet Yellen emphasised the factors underpinning this rebound in economic activity — an “ongoing improvement in the job market and relatively high levels of consumer sentiment and wealth”
E. The biggest take away from the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the federal funds rate, for a third time in six months,
F. especially in key areas like trade, as political tumult continues to roil the U.S. under the Donald Trump administration and, more recently, the U.K. as well.
G. given a recent softening in price gains, the Fed’s decision to announce the contours of a programme to gradually pare the size of its $4.5 trillion balance sheet is another sign that the U.S. economic engine is warming up.
H. is its assertion that growth in the world’s largest economy has gained traction and is on course to warrant further “gradual” rate increases.
I. And while Ms. Yellen reiterated that the American central bank remained on alert in monitoring inflation developments,

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  2. GIHBCFDEA
  3. BCADEGFHI
  4. FADIECBGH
  5. HIGFADEBC
Level: Medium

Option A

(First of all, we need to go through all of these sentences and After read all these sentences we can clearly understand that there is only a single sentence that can be our 1st sentence which is sentence E. 
When we read sentence H we see that there is a question about the growth of world’s largest economy and there is no other sentence that is related to sentence E so it should be our second sentence.
In sentence D Janet Yellen wants to show some factors of economic activity and sentence A we have the effects of those factors: spurred household spending, an expansion in business investment so it can be a pair.
Now we need to find our fifth sentence while we have remaining five sentences in which we can easily get a pair(B and F) because in sentence the economic revival has been happening worldwide, and in sentence F we have those key areas in which economic revival has been happening. So none of these two sentences can be our fifth sentence and now we have remaining three sentences in which when we read sentence C with A, we see that these two sentences make a sense together so finally, we have got our fifth sentence.
And now we want to get our next sixth sentence and read the remaining sentences we will get that only sentence B can be our next sentence and because it is in a pair so we have also get our seventh sentence.
Now we have only two sentences in which sentence I have a (,) in the last so it can’t be our last sentence so our last sentence should be sentenced Gand the second last should be I.)

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. RBI Governor Urjit Patel underscored the importance of tackling the bad loans problem as recently as during the June 6-7 meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee when he said
B. to that extent the sector’s presence in the list comes as no surprise.
C. “The quiescent investment cycle remains a key macroeconomic concern. It is, therefore, imperative to ensure resolution of stressed assets of banks and timely recapitalisation [of public sector lenders].”
D. With gross non-performing assets (NPAs) at about ₹7 lakh crore, a regulatory intervention was imperative not only to safeguard the health of the banking system but also to ward off any wider impact on the economy.
E. Armed with the powers, a little over a month ago, to get lenders and defaulting borrowers to sit down and address the messy task of cleaning up toxic bad debts, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to crack the whip.
F. While the RBI has not divulged the names of the defaulting dozen, reports suggest they are largely made up of steelmakers and infrastructure companies.
G. The central bank’s decision to act on the advice of its Internal Advisory Committee and direct lenders to initiate insolvency proceedings against 12 corporate borrowers — each owing in excess of 5,000 crore — has come not a day too soon.
H. That steel companies were among the worst-hit in the wake of the global downturn in commodity prices and depressed demand in recent years is widely known

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  2. HGCDEFAB
  3. AGBFECDH
  4. AGBDECHF
  5. EGDACFHB
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Option E

  • As we all know that first of all we will go through all of these sentences and when we read all these sentences we see that there are two sentences that can be our first sentence and these sentences are sentence (A and E) but in sentence E we have the full form of RBI so we can’t put sentence A before sentence E so sentence E will be our first sentence.
  • Now we need to find our second sentence but firstly we try to find those sentences which can be a pair easily. When we read sentence Awe see that in the end of this sentence the RBI governor wants to say something and when we see the sentence C it is in inverted commas it means in passive voice so it will definitely be a pair (A-C). when we read sentence F and H we understand that sentence those companies which have taken the biggest loans from govt. sector banks are mostly from steelmakers and infrastructure companies and in H it has given that steel companies were widely known and in sentence B it has also given that it not a surprising thing if the steel companies took the huge part of that loan so it should be a pair in this sequence (F, H and B).
  • Now we have remaining only two sentences that can be our second sentence (D and G) in sentence D the gross total of NPAs has given and in sentence G those 12 borrower who took the loan each 5000 cr. Rs. So it should also be a pair (G and D). Now we have get our starting three sentences (E, G and D) and after that we can easily understand that our fourth sentence will be sentence A and then we can put our pairs in this sequence (C, F, H, B).

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. The ICJ judges are clear that these provisional measures are binding and create international legal obligations for the country to which they are addressed.
B. It noted that irreparable prejudice would be caused if the court did not indicate provisional measures, especially in the absence of any assurance from Pakistan that he would not be executed before the final decision.
C. It has achieved its immediate objective in approaching the ICJ,
D. By winning a preliminary order from the International Court of Justice that prevents Pakistan from carrying out the execution of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, India has won the battle of perceptions among members of the international community.
E. The ICJ has rejected Pakistan’s objections regarding the urgency of the matter and
F. Which has outlined provisional measures that enjoin Pakistan to take all steps needed to ensure that Mr. Jadhav, a former naval officer under death sentence in Pakistan, is not executed pending adjudication of the matter.
G. At this early stage, the court was unwilling to let doubts over jurisdiction trump the larger, humanitarian issue of Mr. Jadhav’s execution.
H. Pakistan should now inform the court about the steps it takes to implement the order.
I. It rejected Pakistan’s own jurisdiction to take up the case and its claim that a 2008 bilateral agreement between the two countries precluded the matter from being raised before the ICJ.

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  2. CBADEFGHI
  3. GDEIHABCF
  4. GEBDFAGIH
  5. IHGBCADFE
Level: Medium

Option C

  • After reading all these sentences we can clearly say that there is only one sentence which can be the first sentence and it is sentence D.
  • In sentence D it has given that India has won the battle and sentence C says that how had they achieved this so it can be our second sentence.
  • In the last of sentence there is a (,) so now we need to find out which sentence can be the second part of this sentence and to find it we should focus at the last word of this sentence The ICJ that is a noun, after seen this noun we must find a verb or pronoun in the beginning of another sentence and it has given in the sentence F (which) so it should our third sentence.
  • In sentence the paragraph is something about some steps but we don’t know which steps and it has given in sentence H that Pakistan should inform the courts about these steps and sentence A it has given that if ICJ judges accepted these steps/measures, it would create a legal obligations for the country that’s why ICJ has rejected Pakistan’s objections regarding the matter and it rejected rejected Pakistan’s own jurisdiction so it should be a pair in the sequence of (HAEI). 
  • Now we have remaining only two sentences G and B and after read both of these sentences we should focus on the pronoun(he) which has given in sentence B and sentence G we have a noun Mr. Jadhav so it should be our last pair.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. After an era in which successive American Presidents were persuaded to forego short-term pay-offs for longer-term economic and diplomatic investment in India,
B. “The world is not a “global community’,” noted two of Trump’s advisers in a Wall Street Journaloped this month, summarising the President’s worldview,
C. As Prime minister Narendra Modi prepares to meet President Donald Trump for the first time, today in Washington, there is a sense that the favourable winds that carried the India-U.S. relationship over the past 10 to 15 years may be changing.
D. we now have an incumbent whose foreign policy imperative is to secure a pound of flesh — and to do so in the here and now.
E. In its first six months, the Trump administration’s radical and nationalistic approach to international affairs has already touched India in important areas,
F. declaring that they embraced “this elemental nature of international affairs”,This undoubtedly throws up new challenges for India.
G. from visas for skilled workers, to climate change, to Iran policy.

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  2. DCEGBA
  3. BCADEFG
  4. CEGADBF
  5. DEFGACB
Level: Medium

Option D

  • First of all we will go through all of these sentences once and after that we can easily understand theme of the given article and also understand that there is only one sentence (C) that can be our first sentence.
  • Now we will find out that from which sentences we can get pairs easily. As we can see that there are three sentences which have (,) in the last so we need to combined the other parts of these sentences.
  • In sentence A it has given that American Presidents were persuaded (मनाना) and in sentence D it has given that we now have an incumbent (पदाधिकारी) so it can be a pair easily.
  • Now if we see sentence E it is something about some important areas of India and these areas are given in in sentence G so it can be a pair also.
  • Now we have remained only two sentences (B and F) so it should be our next and last pair.
  • Now we have three pairs (A and D), (E and G) and (B and F) now we need to connect all of these pairs with sentence C in a sequence and when we read sentence C we understand that this sentence is something about the India-U.S. relationship over the past 10 to 15 years and in sentence E In its first six months so it should be our 2nd sentence and in sentence A we have the other part of India-U.S. relationship so the correct sequence of the given sentences should (C, E, G, A, D, B, F).

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. The group desired to enhance the learning experience in schools with an interactive digital medium that can be used within and outside the classrooms.
B.Then the teacher can act on the downloaded data rather than collect it from each and every student and thereby save his time and effort.
C. Edutor, decided by the group of engineers, all alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology, when they founded Edutor Technologies in August, 2009.
D. They can even take tests and submit them digitally using the same tablets and teachers in turn can download the tests using the company's cloud services.
E. With this desire they created a solution that digitalises the school text books and other learning material so that students no longer need to carry as many books to school and back as before, but can access their study material on their touch screen tablets.
F. A mechanic works on motors and accountant has his computer. Likewise, if a student has to work on a machine of device, what should it be called?

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  2. BCAFED
  3. EDFCAB
  4. CADFEB
  5. BADEFC
Level: Medium

Option A

First, read all the sentences and find out the independent sentences. Look at the Sentence (A), it talks about some group, but the question arises which group they are talking about. So this means A will not be the first sentence.

Come to sentence (B), it starts with ‘then‘. Then is generally used as next in order of time or place. It means there must be some sentence before Sentence (B).

Sentence (C) is talking about Edutor, decided by a group of engineers. This will also be not the first sentence as we do not know about which thing engineers have taken a decision.

Sentence (D) starts with ‘They’. Now it’s obvious, that we will think about whom they are talking about. So, this will also not be the first sentence.

Look at Sentence (E) – ‘With this desire’. Again the question arises which desire. So leave this sentence also as this will also not be the first sentence.

Now, the only option left is the Sentence (F). So this will be the first sentence.

As we came to know about the first sentence, start making pairs of qualifier and qualified sentences.

In the first sentence (F), it is talking about some device and what should it be called? Now observe Sentence (C). In this, a group of engineers has decided the name of the device, Edutor. So, here Sentence (C) is qualifier of Sentence (F).

Now observe Sentence (A). It clarifies about the desire mentioned in Sentence (E). So, here Sentence (E) is qualifier of Sentence (A).

Now only two sentences have left, Sentence (D) and Sentence (B). In sentence (E), it is mentioned about the students and in Sentence (D), they are being used for students who can take tests and submit them digitally. So, Sentence (D) is qualifier of Sentence (E).

As only one option left now, i.e. Sentence (B) is the last sentence of the sequence.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. Narendra Modi is not the first Chief Minister to have gone on to become Prime Minister.
B. The Five Year Plans — the last one ended on March 31 — were relegated to history, to be replaced by a three-year action plan.
C. This was to be part of a seven-year strategy that would in turn help realise a 15-year long-term vision.
D. But given his well-known disdain for the erstwhile Planning Commission’s control-and-command approach towards States and his oft-repeated emphasis on ‘cooperative federalism’, there were great expectations from the successor organisation, the NITI Aayog.
E. When the Aayog’s Governing Council that includes the Prime Minister and all Chief Ministers met, it was hoped that the fine print as well as the big picture of the new planning approach. But it did'nt work out.

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Option E

Opening sentence is ‘A’ which introduces the topic of discussion of the above complete paragraph. Then comes the sentence ‘D’ which discusses the previous decisions of Narendra Modi on Planning Commission and expectations from the ‘NITI Aayog’. Sentence ‘B’ follows ‘D’ which tells about the five year plans related to planning commission and the new three action plan. Sentence ‘C’ tells the next step of these 3 year plans with 7 year strategy that would in turn help realise a 15-year long-term vision. Sentence ‘E’ concludes the paragraph with the outcome of NITI Aayog’s meeting. Don’t get confused with ‘E’ after ‘D’, as it would not satisfy the next sentences of the paragraph.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.

A. Quotas determine the size of contingency funds at the disposal of the IMF to lend to countries in need of help, as well as the power of individual countries to influence lending decisions and tap into the funds themselves.
B. Though developing countries hold less than half the overall quota at the moment, with their rapidly increasing economic heft they have demanded a greater share — with limited success.
C. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has demanded reforms to the International Monetary Fund’s controversial quota system, shedding light on the problems facing the Bretton Woods institution in today’s global economy.
D. Else, he warned, the legitimacy and credibility of the IMF could be eroded.
E. In this context, speaking at the spring meetings of the IMF, Mr. Jaitley reiterated the need to reform the quota system further.

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  2. CABED
  3. BCDEA
  4. DEACB
  5. BCADE
Level: Medium

Option B

Opening sentence is ‘C’ which tells about the demand that FM Arun Jaitley has put for quouta system in the International Monetary Fund. Then comes the sentence ‘A’ which explains the importance of quota system. Sentence ‘B’ follows ‘A’ which shows economic heft of developed countries for getting more quota in IMF. Sentence ‘E’ tells about the need to reform this quota system. Sentence ‘D’ concludes the sentence with a warning.

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.
A. Biotechnology describes
B. basic level so that they develop some specific properties
C. by means of which life forms can be manipulated and altered at the most
D. a number of powerful techniques
E. many of them only few years old

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  2. CBDEA
  3. DECAB
  4. BCDEA
  5. BCADE
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Option A

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.
A. Our journey had a destination -Thalaserry
B. It was a cloudy day and the beaches were crowded.
C. And that was how I landed in a very tiny hamlet to see a Theyyam performance for the first time.
D. But I wanted to drive through the villages and we prompty got lost.
E. We drove along, turning into smaller villages and hamlets finding posters of Malayalam stars, while Che Guevara loo on from every street corner.

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  2. BEADC
  3. BCDEA
  4. ADEBC
  5. DCBEA
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Option B

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below.
A. Micheal, Hofmann, a poet and translator, accepts this sorry fact without approval
B. But thanklessness and impossibility do not daunt him
C. He acknowledges too- infact, he returns to the point often- the best translators of poetry always fail at some level.
D. Hofmann feels passionately about his work and this is clear from his writings.
E. in terms of the gap between worth and rewards, translators come somewhere near nurses and street cleaners.

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  2. EACBD
  3. BCADE
  4. BEDAC
  5. DECAB
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Option B

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below
A. the image dies as soon as it is seen
B. and based on a delicate system of filming and recording
C. its working does not consist in storing or recording an image
D. the science of television is highly sophisticated
E. it rather catches and reflects an image like a mirror

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  2. DBCAE
  3. BCADE
  4. DACBE
  5. DECBA
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Option B

Q:

Arrange the following sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then choose the correct order from the options given below
A. Though they are functionally similar to the humming birds of the New World, they are totally unrelated.
B. Sunbirds are among the smallest of Indian birds.
C. They do eat small insects too.
D. They are also some of the most brilliantly- colored birds.
E. Sunbirds feed on nector mostly and help in pollination.

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  2. BECAD
  3. BAEDC
  4. BEDAC
  5. CDEAB
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Option B

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