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How To Solve Questions Arranging of Sentence.। Ibpscompetitionexam.in

In most of the Bank PO, Bank SO Examinations five or ten questions relating to ordering of sentences / Jumbles up sentence do appear. These sentences are part of a paragraph. Candidates are required to place these sentences in proper sequence in order from a coherent and meaningful paragraph.(वाक्य को सही क्रम में जमाना)

Types of questionThese questions are usually of four types.
1. In this types of questions five sentences are given, each sentence is labeled with a letter. The candidates are required to arrange these sentences in a proper sequence.
2. In this types of questions, first sentence and last sentences of the paragraph are given and the candidate is required to place the rest for middle sentences in proper sequence.
3. In this types of questions five sentences marked (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) are given. These are jumbled up. The candidate is required to rearrange these sentences in proper order.
4. This types of questions a sentence is given with some parts marked P, Q, R, S jumbled up. Candidate is required to rearrange these parts in proper sequence so as to from a meaningful sentence.

How To Attempt These Questions? (इस प्रकार के प्रशनो को किस प्रकार से सोल्व करे)

1. Questions of arranging the sentences have a little different approach to solve, questions where no starting sentence is given, first try to find out the first sentence. If any chronological order can be established it will be an easy way of solving the questions. Try then to find the linkage how the events go. If possible find the final sentence.

2. Questions where starting sentence (S1) and last sentence (S6) are given can be solved more easily. The strategy is almost the same. Just find the second sentence first that have linkage of the event after the first sentence and the rest sentence in sequence. It is usually easy to trace the second sentence and also the last.

3. Third types of questions first try to arrange the sentences in proper sequence and then answer the questions asked.

4. Fourth types of questions where in the candidates is required the jumbled part of a sentence in such a way, as to from the sentence can be solved with more ease. Candidate should read all the part and try to find out the logical sentence and then arrange these parts in a correct sentence.

Finding linkage is the most important task in order to find the proper sequence. Your commend over vocabulary, your knowledge of grammatical rules, preposition, conjunctions shall be helpful in solving the questions.

Direction: - In each of the questions below for sentences are given which are denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) by using all the four sentences you have to frame a meaningful paragraph. The correct order of the sentence is your answer. Choose from the five alternatives the one having the correct order of sentences and mark it as your answer.

Q.1. (A) Now under liberated economy they are learning to compete domestically and globally.
      (B) In India corporations until recently achieved success by avoiding competition, using protected and regulated domestic markets.
       (C) The trend is irreversible.
       (D) Business leaders are preparing them solves to meet competitive challenges, and to avoid   being swept away.
Options.  (A) ABDC (B) BDCA (C) BDAC   (D) CDBA (E) BADC

Q.2. (A) Participation involves more than the formal sharing of decisions.
        (B)  Through anticipation, individuals or organizations considers trends and make plans, shielding institutions from trauma of learning by shock.
        (C)  Innovative learning involves both anticipation and participation.
        (D)  It is an attitude characterized by cooperation, dialogue and empathy.
Options   (A) BCAD (B) ABCD (C) DACB (D) CBAD (E) ACBD

Direction: - Rearrange the following four sentences (A), (B), (C), and (D) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then marks the correct sequence as your answer.

Q. 1 (A) he was so busy with them that he did not get time to eat.
        (B) Thousands of people come to him and asked different types of questions.
        (C) No one cared to see that he had his food or rest that night.
        (D) Swami Vivekananda once stayed in a small village.
Options   (A) BCDA (B) CBAD (C) DBAC (D) DBCA (E) ABCD

Q.2  (A) the peasant, the shoemaker, the sweeper and such other lower classes of India have much greater for work and self-reliance than you.
        (B) Remember that the nation lives in the cottage.
        (C) They are producing the entre wealth of the land without a word of complaint.
        (D)  This process of production is going through long ages.
Options   (A) BDAC (B) BDCA (C) DCBA (D) BACD (E) ADCB

Answers 1. (E), 2. (D) 3. (C) 4. (D)    

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