Ordering of Sentences


Direction: In the following questions, sentence/passage is split into four parts and named A, B, C and D. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence/passage and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Them find the correct answer and indicate it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet.

  1. (A)although a great scientist
    (B)Einstein was weak in arithmetic
    (C)right from his school days
    (D) it has been established that
    1. ADBC
    2. DABC
    3. DCBA
    4. DBCA

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    DABC

    Correct Option: B

    DABC


  1. (A) the public
    (B) aim is to educate
    (C) the NGOS’s
    (D) about the danger of smoking
    1. CBAD
    2. ABDC
    3. BADC
    4. CADB

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    CBAD

    Correct Option: A

    CBAD



  1. (A) into the office
    (B) someone broke
    (C) highly confidential letters
    (D) and stole some
    1. CABD
    2. ABCD
    3. BADC
    4. BDCA

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    BADC

    Correct Option: C

    BADC


  1. (A) a lazy sulky
    (B) the rascal is
    (C) him at arms length
    (D) good for–nothing, keep
    1. BADC
    2. DCAB
    3. ADCB
    4. CDBA

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    BADC

    Correct Option: A

    BADC



  1. (A) to understand
    (B) to many people
    (C) threatening and even impossible
    (D) grammar appears
    1. CABD
    2. BDCA
    3. DACB
    4. ADBC

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    BDCA

    Correct Option: B

    BDCA