English Quiz 2 based on Sentence rearrangement for Banks and SSC exam
Sentence Rearrangement is a high-scoring topic in competitive exams, yet it can be complicated and time-consuming if not properly practiced. You should aware of all types of Sentence Rearrangement Questions that may be asked in the upcoming exams. In this article, we have come up with the Sentence Rearrangement Quiz with a detailed explanation. This Sentence Rearrangement Quiz is available to you at no cost. This Sentence Rearrangement Quiz contains different types of questions ranging from easy to difficult. The questions given in this Sentence Rearrangement Quiz are based on the most recent or updated exam pattern. If you practice enough questions from this Sentence Rearrangement Quiz then you will be able to answer Sentence Rearrangement Questions very quickly.
Direction (1-5): In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is broken down into parts and then the parts are given in some random order. One of the parts is illogical or inconsistent or grammatically incorrect. Arrange the parts after the elimination of the odd one out part to make a meaningful sentence. If the sequence is the one which is not given then choose option (e) as your choice else the option with the correct sequence is the correct choice for the given question.
- (A) Is complex as it tries /(B) The regulatory framework for the media / (C) To balance free speech and accountability / (D) Without taking away the ability to question those in power / (E) To take precedence over the enabling environment.
(e) None of these
- (A) The refusal of the Central government/ (B)To appreciate the legal point /(C)What defies comprehension is / (D) That no person can be jailed for an act that is not a crime / (E) Is unfair and unreasonable.
(e) None of these
- (A) A country will not be able to /(B) Addresses healthcare and education /(C)Benefit all segments of society, /(D)Without jobs that/ (E)Support sustainable growth
(e) None of these
- (A)The initial and dominant feature of globalization / (B) Was American manufacturing offshoring its / (C) Production to China, / (D) Leading to trade deficits / (E) Unhidden mandate
(e) None of these
- (A) Been able to stand up/ (B)People who are /(C) An expiration date /(D) Marginalization will ensure it has /(E) At the receiving end of
(e) None of these
Directions (6-10): The sentences given in each of the following questions, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labeled with a letter. From among the five choices given below each question, choose the most logical order of sentences that constructs a coherent paragraph.
- (A)The shift in approach in relation to Beijing is quite telling — Mr. Trump had called Beijing a currency manipulator until the other day.
(B)Washington’s recent trade dialogue with Beijing, and its decision not to walk away from the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) indicate a stunning about-turn of Mr. Trump’s stance on specific bilateral agreements.
(C)However, it should be seen as signalling a welcome caution to eschew conflict after the shrill pre-election rhetoric and the string of executive orders after the inauguration.
(D)Conversely, his administration struck an agreement with the Chinese last week on market access in specific areas, even though there is, according to commentators, no guarantee of a reversal of the trade imbalance.
- (A)Its objective is to reduce hunger to zero by 2030.
(B)Released every year by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), Concern Worldwide and Welthungerhilfe, GHI highlights the successes and failures in reduction of hunger and provides insights into the sociological and economic reasons for the blight.
(C)It is designed to calibrate and track hunger on the basis of global, national, and regional parameters.
(D)The Global Hunger Index (GHI) is an extremely important tool for the measurement of hunger in 118 countries.
(E)By bringing forth the multifarious nuances of hunger into public discourse, GHI strives to raise awareness and understanding of regional and national differences.
- (A)Cantillon effect explains how changes in the supply of money in an economy can affect the prices of different goods in different proportions.
(B)Cantillon proposed the idea to argue that the differential effect of changes in the money supply on prices leads to booms and busts in the economy.
(C)This is because the real purchasing power of individuals is not affected uniformly by the changes in money supply.
(D)The theory was proposed by Richard Cantillon, an Irish-French economist, as a counter to John Locke’s crude quantity theory of money — which saw prices of all goods being affected proportionately by changes in money supply.
- (A)Because of its salty taste, we cannot drink it or otherwise make use of it.
(B)This entire process, known as the hydrological cycle, takes place on a global scale.
(C)Nature has gathered this water in the seas and the oceans, at least 3.5 per cent of this seawater contains salt, which acts as a preservative.
(D)But by the workings of the laws of nature, the water in the oceans and seas rises up into the atmosphere as water vapour, being separated in this way from the salt content.
(E)Two elements which are individually gaseous in nature,combine to produce liquid water.
(F)This water vapour then collects together to form clouds, which bring rain.
(G)Rainwater is fresh water that we can put to use for our various daily needs.
- (A)The election in the United Kingdom is primarily a trick of Theresa May to get a massive mandate to keep the extreme Eurosceptics in her party in check and to be assured of support of her countrymen during her difficult Brexit negotiations with the other 27 members of the European Union.
(B)Last year Europe was shocked by the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump in the United States.
(C)The German election is turning out to be the standard contest between the centre-right Christian Democrats and the centre-left Socialists, with the neo-fascist xenophobic AfD (Alternative for Germany) in total disarray.
(D)It is the uncertainty of the Brexit negotiations that is the talking point there.
(E)The forthcoming election in Britain caused barely a ripple in Europe.
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