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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.


1. (P) deserve all honour in society
(Q) in doing their job well
(R) men of conscience who take pride
(S) whatever its nature


2. Athens
(P) it was also at its height
(Q) the first' democracy in the world,
(R) was not only
(S) an almost perfect democracy


3. Education is
(P) of the proper sense of responsibilities
(Q) the first need
(R) in a citizen
(S) for the development


4. (1) Long, long, time ago
(P) who lived with his virtuous wife
(Q) in a country called Chinchinchoo
(R) there ruled a noble king
(S) and seven daughters
(6) pretty, graceful and well-versed in fine arts.


5. Churchill observed that
(P) the impressive and inspiring spectacle
(Q) displayed the vigour and efficiency
(R) of the civil defence forces otLondon
(S) he had witnessed in Hyde park that morning



6. It has been established that
(P) Einstein was
(Q) although a great scientist
(R) weak in arithmetic
(S) right from his school days


7. It was
(P) in keeping with my mood
(Q) a soft summer evening
(R) as I walked sedately
(S) in the direction of the new house


8. Atypical Prakash Padukone day
(P) or even a game oftennis
(Q) starts off
(R) on some days
(S) with an early morning


9. The mother exclaimed that
(P) to have solved the puzzle
(Q) so quickly
(R) it was
(S) very clever of him


10. People
(P) at his dispensary
(Q) went to him
(R) of all professions
(S) for medicine and treatment


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