English Aptitude Test Sentence Reconstruction Part - 8

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Questions 1 of 20

Question:Which of the following should be the third sentence?
(A) Would you steal a software program out of a retail shop?
(B) The industry on its part has formed an organization to specially gather information, educate and drag the software pirates to courts.
(C) But more than the legality, there is always a different way of looking at piracy and that is in terms of morality.
(D) The Government on the other hand has initiated National Enforcement Committees.
(E) As far as the issue of tackling piracy is concerned, both the industry and the Government have already started initiating action.

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Questions 2 of 20

Question:Which of the following should be the first sentence?
(A) Would you steal a software program out of a retail shop?
(B) The industry on its part has formed an organization to specially gather information, educate and drag the software pirates to courts.
(C) But more than the legality, there is always a different way of looking at piracy and that is in terms of morality.
(D) The Government on the other hand has initiated National Enforcement Committees.
(E) As far as the issue of tackling piracy is concerned, both the industry and the Government have already started initiating action.

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Questions 3 of 20

Question:Which of the following should be the second sentence?
(A) Would you steal a software program out of a retail shop?
(B) The industry on its part has formed an organization to specially gather information, educate and drag the software pirates to courts.
(C) But more than the legality, there is always a different way of looking at piracy and that is in terms of morality.
(D) The Government on the other hand has initiated National Enforcement Committees.
(E) As far as the issue of tackling piracy is concerned, both the industry and the Government have already started initiating action.

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A

D

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Questions 4 of 20

Question:Which of the following should be the last sentence?
(A) Would you steal a software program out of a retail shop?
(B) The industry on its part has formed an organization to specially gather information, educate and drag the software pirates to courts.
(C) But more than the legality, there is always a different way of looking at piracy and that is in terms of morality.
(D) The Government on the other hand has initiated National Enforcement Committees.
(E) As far as the issue of tackling piracy is concerned, both the industry and the Government have already started initiating action.

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C

B

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Questions 5 of 20

Question:Which of the fallowing should be the fourth sentence?
(A) Would you steal a software program out of a retail shop?
(B) The industry on its part has formed an organization to specially gather information, educate and drag the software pirates to courts.
(C) But more than the legality, there is always a different way of looking at piracy and that is in terms of morality.
(D) The Government on the other hand has initiated National Enforcement Committees.
(E) As far as the issue of tackling piracy is concerned, both the industry and the Government have already started initiating action.

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D

B

C

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E

Questions 6 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come fourth in the paragraph?
(A) She decided to go to school and meet the Principal.
(B) Suddenly she realized that she had no money with her.
(C) By the time she reached there, he had left the office.
(D) Therefore, she decided to go to the office of Ravi's father and get the money.
(E) Sudha wanted her son Ravi to get admission in a convent school.

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Questions 7 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come second in the paragraph?
(A) She decided to go to school and meet the Principal.
(B) Suddenly she realized that she had no money with her.
(C) By the time she reached there, he had left the office.
(D) Therefore, she decided to go to the office of Ravi's father and get the money.
(E) Sudha wanted her son Ravi to get admission in a convent school.

Answers Choices:

A

B

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Questions 8 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come third in the paragraph?
(A) She decided to go to school and meet the Principal.
(B) Suddenly she realized that she had no money with her.
(C) By the time she reached there, he had left the office.
(D) Therefore, she decided to go to the office of Ravi's father and get the money.
(E) Sudha wanted her son Ravi to get admission in a convent school.

Answers Choices:

A

B

C

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Questions 9 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come first in the paragraph?
(A) She decided to go to school and meet the Principal.
(B) Suddenly she realized that she had no money with her.
(C) By the time she reached there, he had left the office.
(D) Therefore, she decided to go to the office of Ravi's father and get the money.
(E) Sudha wanted her son Ravi to get admission in a convent school.

Answers Choices:

A

B

C

D

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Questions 10 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come last in the paragraph?
(A) She decided to go to school and meet the Principal.
(B) Suddenly she realized that she had no money with her.
(C) By the time she reached there, he had left the office.
(D) Therefore, she decided to go to the office of Ravi's father and get the money.
(E) Sudha wanted her son Ravi to get admission in a convent school.

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A

B

C

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Questions 11 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come first in the paragraph?
(A) But, we all helped in the first few days.
(B) Chandrapur is considered as a rural area.
(C) Pradeep was transferred to this office recently.
(D) Initially he was not getting adjusted to the city life.
(E) Now, Pradeep is very proud of his colleagues.
(F) Before that he was working in Chandrapur branch of our office.

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Questions 12 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come second in the paragraph?
(A) But, we all helped in the first few days.
(B) Chandrapur is considered as a rural area.
(C) Pradeep was transferred to this office recently.
(D) Initially he was not getting adjusted to the city life.
(E) Now, Pradeep is very proud of his colleagues.
(F) Before that he was working in Chandrapur branch of our office.

Answers Choices:

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C

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Questions 13 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come last in the paragraph?
(A) But, we all helped in the first few days.
(B) Chandrapur is considered as a rural area.
(C) Pradeep was transferred to this office recently.
(D) Initially he was not getting adjusted to the city life.
(E) Now, Pradeep is very proud of his colleagues.
(F) Before that he was working in Chandrapur branch of our office.

Answers Choices:

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C

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Questions 14 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come third in the paragraph?
(A) But, we all helped in the first few days.
(B) Chandrapur is considered as a rural area.
(C) Pradeep was transferred to this office recently.
(D) Initially he was not getting adjusted to the city life.
(E) Now, Pradeep is very proud of his colleagues.
(F) Before that he was working in Chandrapur branch of our office.

Answers Choices:

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C

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Questions 15 of 20

Question:Which of the following would be the third sentence?
(A) The following represents a condensed statement of what we think we now know about the relationship between education and employment.
(B) Although the linkage between education and employment are complex and, in the past, often analyzed with simplistic notions of causality, recent research results have yielded new insights about the nature of these linkages.
(C) In the interests of brevity, the argument is put forward as a series of major propositions and derivative strategies relating to the education employment nexus.
(D) Intensive research efforts are currently being supported throughout the developing world both by national governments and international donor agencies in the hope of improving understanding of the nature and causes of rising unemployment.
(E) The massive problems of widespread and chronic unemployment in less developed nations will remain among the most serious challenges to development policy during the next several decades.

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Questions 16 of 20

Question:Which of the following would be the first sentence?
(A) The following represents a condensed statement of what we think we now know about the relationship between education and employment.
(B) Although the linkage between education and employment are complex and, in the past, often analyzed with simplistic notions of causality, recent research results have yielded new insights about the nature of these linkages.
(C) In the interests of brevity, the argument is put forward as a series of major propositions and derivative strategies relating to the education employment nexus.
(D) Intensive research efforts are currently being supported throughout the developing world both by national governments and international donor agencies in the hope of improving understanding of the nature and causes of rising unemployment.
(E) The massive problems of widespread and chronic unemployment in less developed nations will remain among the most serious challenges to development policy during the next several decades.

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Questions 17 of 20

Question:Which of the following would be the fifth sentence?
(A) The following represents a condensed statement of what we think we now know about the relationship between education and employment.
(B) Although the linkage between education and employment are complex and, in the past, often analyzed with simplistic notions of causality, recent research results have yielded new insights about the nature of these linkages.
(C) In the interests of brevity, the argument is put forward as a series of major propositions and derivative strategies relating to the education employment nexus.
(D) Intensive research efforts are currently being supported throughout the developing world both by national governments and international donor agencies in the hope of improving understanding of the nature and causes of rising unemployment.
(E) The massive problems of widespread and chronic unemployment in less developed nations will remain among the most serious challenges to development policy during the next several decades.

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Questions 18 of 20

Question:Which of the following would be the second sentence?
(A) The following represents a condensed statement of what we think we now know about the relationship between education and employment.
(B) Although the linkage between education and employment are complex and, in the past, often analyzed with simplistic notions of causality, recent research results have yielded new insights about the nature of these linkages.
(C) In the interests of brevity, the argument is put forward as a series of major propositions and derivative strategies relating to the education employment nexus.
(D) Intensive research efforts are currently being supported throughout the developing world both by national governments and international donor agencies in the hope of improving understanding of the nature and causes of rising unemployment.
(E) The massive problems of widespread and chronic unemployment in less developed nations will remain among the most serious challenges to development policy during the next several decades.

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Questions 19 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come last (i.e., sixth) in the paragraph?
(A) A taxi was summoned and Satish was taken to Lifeline Hospital.
(B) While hurrying home from school, Satish was hit by a car.
(C) Since they did not succeed, they decided to take him to a hospital.
(D) When Satish opened his eyes, he found himself surrounded by doctors and nurses.
(E) Some people rushed towards him and tried to bring him to his senses.
(F) He was thrown a couple of feet away and lost consciousness.

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B

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Questions 20 of 20

Question:Which sentence should come first in the paragraph?
(A) A taxi was summoned and Satish was taken to Lifeline Hospital.
(B) While hurrying home from school, Satish was hit by a car.
(C) Since they did not succeed, they decided to take him to a hospital.
(D) When Satish opened his eyes, he found himself surrounded by doctors and nurses.
(E) Some people rushed towards him and tried to bring him to his senses.
(F) He was thrown a couple of feet away and lost consciousness.

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