ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
applied to the person’s fear quer some new territory, ev- Q. and make some significant
and avoidance eryone has to face failure R. that is just idled away
R. He usually recognizes that his S. If we face our failure boldly S. than spend a long life
fear is irrational and resolve to fight again we 6. in gossiping and playing.
S. A person suffering from pho- are sure to achieve victory in (1) R Q S P (2) S Q P R
bic neurosis knows what he the long run
(3) Q P S R (4) R Q P S
is afraid of 6. Thus failures can prove step-
ping stones in our march to 40. 1. The salmon fish pushed them-
6. But he cannot control it.
(1) QPSR (2) SRQP
(1) RSQP (2) PQRS P. to return to their spawning
(3) SQPR (4) RSQP grounds
33. 1. In this life there are no gains (3) RPQS (4) RQPS
Q. and fertilised them
without pains, Directions (36-40) : In the fol-
R. but once they laid their eggs
P. No victory is a real triumph lowing questions, the first and the last
part of the sentences are numbered 1 S. to their limits
unless the foe is worthy
and 6. The rest of the sentences are 6. they died.
Q. Life, indeed, would be dull if
split into four parts and named P, Q, (1) S Q P R (2) R S Q P
there were no difficulties
R and S. These four parts are not given (3) S P R Q (4) R P S Q
R. Both winner and loser enjoy
in their proper order. Read the sen- Directions (41-45) : In the fol-
a game most if it is closely
tences and find out which of the four lowing questions, the first and the last
contested to the last
combinations is correct. Then find the sentence of the passage are numbered
S. Gainers lose their zest if there
correct answer. 1 & 6. The rest of the passage is split
is no real struggle
(SSC Section Officer (Audit) into four parts and named P, Q, R and
6. Whether we like it or not, life Exam. 05.06.2005)
is one continuous competi- S. These four parts are not given in
36. 1. One of the most widely spread their proper order. Read the passage
bad habits and find out which of the four combi-
(1) PQRS (2) QSRP
P. which is now smoked or nations is correct. Then find the cor-
(3) QRSP (4) RSPQ chewed by men rect answer.
34. 1. One Botany professor always Q. and even by children (SSC Statistical Investigators
tried to convince his students R. often by women Grade-IV Exam. 31.7.2005)
that his branch of biology is
S. is the use of tobacco 41. 1. Take a small glass phial.
superior to all the others
6. almost all over the world. P. Close the jar tightly with a plas-
P. His most persuasive argu-
(1) S P R Q (2) P Q R S tic cover.
ment, however, came during
a laboratory session (3) S R Q P (4) P Q S R Q. Place this phial inside a glass
Q. And they don’t eat very much 37. 1. The landscape jar.
R. Examining the cells of a pear, P. with Nature displaying R. Fill it with coloured water.
the professor cut a slice for Q. here is awesome S. Then stopper it tightly.
the microscopic slide and R. that are seldom 6. Make a hole in the cover.
took a bite of the rest of the S. a range of delights (1) PSRQ (2) QSPR
specimen 6. seen together (3) RSQP (4) SRQP
S. Plants, he noted never run (1) P S R Q (2) Q P S R 42. 1. In China there is no man in the
away or bite
(3) R S P Q (4) Q R S P moon.
6. “You won’t be doing that in a
38. 1. Smoke billowed up between P. They are exchanged between
Zoology lab,” he said.
the plants. friends while children receive
(1) PRSQ (2) SQPR
P. Passengers were told to be toy pagodas made of clay.
(3) PSRQ (4) SQRP ready to quit the ship. Q. These cakes are circular to
35. 1. Failure is nothing to be Q. The rising gale fanned the symbolise the full moon.
ashamed of for there is hardly smouldering fire. R. Instead, there is a toad in the
any man who has not failed R. Everyone now knew there moon as well as moon rabbits
in life, not once but many was a fire on board. and a goddess.
S. Flames broke out here and S. All these appear as decora-
P. What is important is the way there. tions on moon cakes, baked
we take our failure
6. Most people bore the shock to celebrate the moon’s birth-
Q. It has been well said that he bravely. day in September.
who never made a mistake
(1) S R Q P (2) Q P S R 6. The birthday marks the end
never achieved anything of
(3) R S P Q (4) Q S R P of the harvest when debts are
39. 1. It is far better to live for a meant to be settled.
R. From the little child who tries
short while (1) RQPS (2) RPQS
to stand up to the would-be
conqueror who tries to con- P. contribution to the world (3) RSQP (4) RPSQ