Ordering of Words in a Sentence Test 3

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.

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1. (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.


2. 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


3. (1) Freedom, which
(P) in the sense
(Q) that a wide gylf separates
(R) a modern woman enjoys,
(S) is the restricted kind,
(6) the rich and the poor women.


4. Village and small industries while requiring limited capital
(P) cadprovide
(Q) a variety of goods for consumption
(R) and produce
(S) employment to large numbers


5. Almost thirty-five years ago
(P) seemed inconsequential compared to the benefits
(Q) scientists said, would flow from it
(R) the problems of dismantlement
(S) when nuclear power reactors first went on line


6. You must leave a note (P) otherwise sle will be terribly worried (Q) for your mother (R) at the usual hour (S) if you are not back home


7. Political liberty
(Q) whereby civil and religious liberty
(R) is nomore
(S) than the instrument


8. During hibernation
(P)they have lost a good deal of weight
(Q) of course the animals consume
(R) and when they awake again
(S) the fats accumulated in the surnmer


9. The leader of the Opposition,
(P) in the manner he had planned to convince them,
(Q) on realising that he had failed to convince the assembly,
(R)who had a reputation for speech making,
(S) was very much disappointed


10. (P) accidents are still bound to happen
(Q) occasionally
(S) despite everyone’s best efforts


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