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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. (1) Yesterday, I chanced to meet
(P) where he lived
(Q) and asked him
(R) now in his seventies
(S) an old acquaintance,
(6) and what he did for his living.


2. The invasion of India
(P)is more interesting than any other episode of early Indian history
(Q)to most European readers
(R)by Alexander the Great of Macedonia
(S) which occurred during the rule of the Nandas


3. (P) when the artist had started
(Q) singing a popular song
(R) in chorus
(S) everyone in the audience joined


4. As a youth
(P) extravagant clotheg and adopting
(Q) he was a dandy
(R) melodramatic Byronic poses
(S) who delighted in wearing


5. (1) Above all,
(P) in the present age of light reading,
(Q) it is well if something heavier is cast now and then
(R) of reading hastily and thoughtlessly (S) that is,
(6) into the midst of the reading public.



6. After the awarding speeches
(P) the prize given
(Q) and
(R) had been made
(S) I got up to give my address in reply


7. (1) India has been a land
(P) but in the sense that learning has always been very highly valued
(Q)not indeed in the sense that education has been universal,
(R) and the learned man has been held in higher esteem
(S) of learning throughout the ages
(6) than the warrioror the administrator.


8. He knew that
(P) and then to save himself
(Q) was to save all the lives
(R) entrusted to his care
(S) the duty of a captain


9. I read an advertisement that said
(P) posh, air conditioned
(Q) gentlemen of taste
(R) are available for
(S) fully furnished rooms


10. To much of the world.
(P) which produces radio and television
(Q) it is science
(R) by airplanes and satellites
(S) and which conquers space


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