English Aptitude Test Sentence Reconstruction Part - 3

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Questions 1 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The release of atomic energy is the greatest achievement which science has yet attained
P. but the first invention to which their discoveries were applied was a bomb
Q. the atom was split by physicists whose minds were set on the search for knowledge
R. it was more deadly than any other weapon invented so far
S. it is with dread that scientists regard the first use to which their greatest discovery was put
T. however, they are gratified by the numerous applications of atomic energy for peaceful and constructive population .

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Questions 2 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The problem of food is intimately connected with population.
P. wages will seldom rise in proportion to the rising prices.
Q. the market is governed by demand and supply.
R. without enough food, such people lack health, strength of efficiency.
S. if too many people demand goods to go round, prices will rise and poor classes will starve.
T. they fall an easy prey to all sorts of diseases.

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Questions 3 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. India's message has always been one of love and peace.
P. our Buddha was the light of Asia.
Q. it has been a source of light and wisdom to the rest of the world.
R. Ashoka, moved by the horrors of Kalinga War, adopted the message of nonviolence.
S. the greatest apostle of nonviolence in recent years was Mahalma Gandhi.
T. he shook the foundation of the British rule in India through nonviolence,

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Questions 4 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. In theory, India is an example of a perfect democracy.
P. the vast majority of people are illiterate and ignorant.
Q. but, in practice, the working of democracy does not provide much cause for satisfaction.
R. general elections have no doubt been held ,at regular interval
S. but the very first condition of a properly educated electorate is lacking in this country.
T. it is said that the greatest of all dangers of democracy is that it may turn out to be the rule of ignorance,

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The newspaper is a great power in the modern world.
P. In the busy world of today the editorial thinks for those who have no time to sit down and ponder over various problems.
R. The editorial generally deals with a burning topic of public importance.
S. It moulds the people's opinion and also adds to their vocabulary.
T. The various types of articles deal with a variety of topics.

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The United Nations has a General Assembly comprising most of the countries of the world.
P. The second organ of the UN is the Security Council.
Q. It is more or less a debating society.
R. This has eleven members of which six arc temporary and five permanent.
S. The most effective organ of the UN is the Security Council.
T. However, it suffers from certain handicaps.

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Questions 7 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The world government is the only answer to the threat of the Third World War.
P. The emergence of world government presupposes a surrender of sovereignty by all nations of the world.
Q. A world government, if it is to prevent wars, must be all powerful.
R. But a world government seems to be a mere dream under the present circumstances.
S. Such a surrender is not even remotely possible under the present situation.
T. Even if such a surrender does take place, it may not last,

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Questions 8 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The great Rodin lay, old and infirm, on a sickbed outside Paris.
P. He muttered that he wanted to see his wife.
Q. 'She is right beside you,' they said Rose Bcuret, his faithful mistress and housekeeper for 50 years.
R. 'Not her, the other one.'
S. 'No, no' he said fretfully.
T. The 'other one'-Camille Claudel. was I at that moment 400 miles away, in a I madhouse near Avignon,

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Questions 9 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. Camille, however, was not content to be a muse.
P. She wanted an independent career.
Q. And there were fundamental differences of character.
R. They are less bombastic, more contained, more intimate.
S. She was never a servile copyist of Rodin-her works all have her own personal stamp.
T. Rodin at bottom remained a man of the people, simple of taste, coarse of grain,

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Questions 10 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. As a matter of fact', said the boy modestly, I'm a spaceman.'
P. You can't see it from here.'
Q. From another planet'
R. I'm a spaceman', he said again.
S. George and Cathy stared at the boy.
T. Cathy gasped, and George gave a shout of laughter.

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Questions 11 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. Suddenly it began to climb swiftly, and the next I knew it was speeding eastward again till it became a speck in the blue morning.
P. I didn't know what force they could command, but I was certain it would be sufficient.
Q. My enemies had located me, and the next thing would be a cordon round me.
R. That made me do some savage thinking.
S. The aeroplane had seen my bicycle, and would conclude that I would try to escape by the road.
T. In that case there might be a chance on the moors to the right or left.

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Questions 12 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. His penance grew harder, he abjured even fruit.
P. Then the water, too, that the girl offered him in leaf cups lay untouched.
Q. Birds pecked at them as they lay rotting at his feet.
R. She gathered wild blossoms and laid them humbly before him.
S. The girl mused in sorrow: Is there nothing left for me to do?'
T. The ascetic took no notice.

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Questions 13 of 20

Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. The chief source of power in industrial undertakings is electricity.
P. Electricity from water also presupposes enormous river valley projects involving huge expenditure.
Q. In contrast, electricity from atomic power stations will result in a tremendous saving of expenditure.
S. But the production of electricity needs huge quantities of coal.
T. The installation of atomic plants will help in meeting the shortage of these resources.

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. It would be foolish to deny that the countryside has many attractions to offer.
P. One soon gets tired of looking at the same old scenes and creatures day in and day out.
Q. But there is another side to the picture.
R. The honesty and frankness of the country folk, too, is a refreshing change from the dishonesty and selfishness we find in so many urban people.
S. There is the lovely scenery; the interesting and varied wildlife; the long rambles through woods and fields; and the clean, healthy air.
T. The loveliness and monotony in the country soon begin to make themselves felt and we long for the familiar sidewalks and street comers.

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. Human experience tends to show that the more we mix with a man, the more we come to dislike him.
P. When acquaintance with him ripens into intimacy, we are likely to become very keenly aware of his defects and imperfections.
Q. In the beginning, we may feel greatly attracted by someone because of certain qualities that we find in him.
R. But, on closer acquaintance, we begin to perceive his faults and shortcomings.
S. Nobody is free from faults and weaknesses.
T. But while a man makes a show of his strong points and his good qualities, he generally tries to conceal or cover his faults and defects.

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. A welfare state in the attainment of its objective must avoid coercion or violence.
P. But communism attains its ends through compulsion, coercion and even bloodshed.
Q. Communism implies the loss of freedom of expression and action and introduces a regimentation of life.
R. These are all serious disadvantages which perhaps outweigh the economic gains.
S. Communism aims at the welfare state, and perhaps the complete form of the welfare state In most respects.
T. A true welfare state can develop only by following the path of peace and democracy.

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. It is wrong to think that city life is altogether unhealthy.
P. Cities are planned in such a way as to provide open space with parks and open grounds for the benefit of the dwellers.
Q. Perhaps it was so at one time, but nowadays with proper roads, pavements and drainage system, sickness is kept at bay.
R. Even when sickness does strike, there are doctors and hospitals at hand.
S. This is not the case in the countryside I where people frequently suffer and sometimes die for want of medical facilities.
T. Life in the countryside is all right as a break from the feverish pace of city life; but the city has far more to offer one who wishes to lead a full, exciting and satisfying life,

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Question:The first and last sentences or parts of the sentences given below are in correct order, arrange PQRS in the correct sequence. :
O. It was late at night that I found myself in an emergency.
P. It was a blessing for all of us that Dr. Naveen had set up a practice in out town.
Q. It was a pleasant surprise to discover that my bicycle was fit for riding after all.
R. My wife was about to de Aiver her first child and Dr Naveen was the only qualified doctor.
S. Before he arrived we had to go all the way to Kolar to get a doctor if there was an emergency.
T. I hurriedly put on my clothes and cycled off to fetch the obstetrician.

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Questions 19 of 20

Question:Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful sequence and then answer the questions given below : Which sentence should come last?

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They brought gifts to the babe in the manger.

Being wise, their gifts were, no doubt, wise ones.

The Magi were wise men.

They invented the art of giving Christmas presents.

They were wonderfully wise men.

Questions 20 of 20

Question:Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful sequence and then answer the questions given below : Which sentence should come first?

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They brought gifts to the babe in the manger.

Being wise, their gifts were, no doubt, wise ones.

The Magi were wise men.

They invented the art of giving Christmas presents.

They were wonderfully wise men.