ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
Q. His axe slipped and fell into S. I felt ashamed of my self. Directions (101–110) : In the
the water. 6. I was mistaken in assessing following questions, the first and the
R. God Mercury appeared be- a true friendship. last part of the sentences are num-
fore him and asked about the (1) RPQS (2) PRQS bered 1 and 6. The rest of the sen-
matter. (3) SRPQ (4) QRSP tences are split into four parts and
S. He could not get it back as named P, Q, R and S. These four
97. 1. He wanted to adop t his
the river was very deep. parts are not given in their proper or-
6. He dived into the water and der. Read the parts and find out which
P. He was influenced by his
came up with an axe of gold. of the four combinations is correct.
strong desire to see India free.
(1) RPQS (2) RPSQ Then find the correct answer.
Q. From now on, he was a (SSC Section Officer (Audit)
(3) QSRP (4) QSPR
93. 1. A dog stole a piece of a meat Exam. 30.11.2008)
R. He made up his mind.
from a butcher’s shop. 101. 1. There was a lamp hanging
S. He came in contact with Ma- on the wall.
P. He barked in anger.
Q. He ran to the jungle with the P. Then he picked a lot of jew-
6. He wished to change the lot els off the trees in the gar-
piece of meat.
of the naked and hungry den.
R. He saw his reflection.
masses of India.
S. He crossed a river on the Q. He put the lamp inside his
(1) QRPS (2) SPRQ shirt.
(3) RSPQ (4) PQSR R. He put them in his pockets.
6. He lost his piece of meat.
(1) QPSR (2) QSRP 98. 1. Reena made a cup of tea in S. Alladdin climbed a ladder and
this manner. took down the lamp.
(3) QPRS (4) SRPQ
P. Next, she added milk and 6. Then he put more jewels in-
94. 1. Ramai and Samai were two
poor young men. sugar. side his shirt on top of the
P. On market day they sold their Q. When the water was boiling lamp.
labour. she added tea-leaves. (1) PRQS (2) RSPQ
Q. The lived near Mahespur. R. She turned off the gas. (3) SQPR (4) QSRP
R. On other days, they remained S. First she put the water to boil. 102. 1. Gopal and Sheela felt very
in the village looking for 6. Finally, she poured the tea bored one evening.
work. into cup. P. Gopal wanted to stay on for
S. They wanted regular work. (1) SQPR (2) QPRS the next show.
6. The headman gave them two (3) PRSQ (4) RSQP Q. So they decided to go to the
plots. 99. 1. Once upon a time, there was cinema.
(1) QPRS (2) RPQS a little man. R. They reached the theatre in
(3) SPQR (4) PQRS P. Some people called him Rabi. time for the interval.
95. 1. Roger wanted to become a Q. He walked like a rabbit. S. On the way there was a
doctor. R. His face and hands were traffic jam.
P. He put away enough money brown. 6. But Sheela wanted to return
to pay his first year fees. S. That is why people called him home.
Q. They could not afford the Brownie. (1) PSQR (2) SQPR
fees. 6. But his real name was Tho- (3) QSRP (4) SQRP
R. Undaunted, he got himself a mas Cook, though he never 103. 1. Ferdinand rose up to receive
job in the dockyard. cooked anything. the messenger.
S. However, he came from a poor (1) QPSR (2) SRPQ P. At the end of his account he
family. was moved to tears.
(3) RSQP (4) RQPS
6. Once enrolled, he was Q. He fell on his knees and
recognised as a gifted stu- 100. 1. She was an old woman with
dent, and scholarships took a large purse that had every-
thing in it. R. He made him sit on a level
care of the rest of this stud-
ies. P. It was about eleven O’clock
at night. S. He listened to the circum-
(1) SRPQ (2) PRSQ
stantial account of his voy-
(3) SQRP (4) QRSP Q. It had a long strap.
96. 1. I went to my friend last week. R. She carried it slung across
6. It was a great conquest the
P. He politely refused to oblige me. her shoulder.
Almighty gave to a sovereign.
Q. I did not speak even a single S. A boy ran up behind her.
(1) RPSQ (2) RSPQ
word. 6. He tried to snatch her purse.
(3) QPRS (4) PRSQ
R. Actually I wanted his scooter (1) PQRS (2) SQRP
104. 1. In order to judge the inside
for a day. (3) QRPS (4) SRQP of others, study your own