ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
278. (A) he did not take revenge on C. before you (1) BDCA (2) DACB
Ravi D. read the manual (3) CBAD (4) ACBD
(B) though he had (1) BDCA (2) DCAB 293. A. I learned to walk and to talk
(C) as he was magnanimous (3) ACBD (4) CADB B. Time passed
(D) done great harm to him 286. A. are not allowed C. I began to notice things
(1) CABD (2) ADCB B. to change to a different class D. I remember my mother with
(3) BCAD (4) DACB C. unless there is a special rea- her pretty hair and youthful
279. (A) can make Indian farmers ac- son figure unlike Peggoty
tive D. students (1) DCBA (2) BACD
(B) growth of industries, (1) CDBA (2) BADC (3) ACDB (4) DBAC
(C) throughout the year (3) ACBD (4) DABC 294. A. I was about to examine the
(D) in cities around the villages 287. A. she had taken a seat hull which formed on deck a
(1) BADC (2) CADB B. I put a woollen rug kind of horizon platform.
(3) DCAB (4) BDAC C. after B. Daybreak appeared.
Directions (280-299) : In the fol- D. over her knees C. Suddenly, I felt it gradually
lowing questions, the passage/sen- (1) ADBC (2) CDAB sinking.
tence is split into four parts and named (3) CABD (4) BACD D. The morning mists surround-
A, B, C and D. These four parts are ed us, but they soon cleared
288. A. undoubtedly to be
not given in their proper order. Read off.
B. our aim
the sentence and find out which of the
C. it ought (1) CABD (2) ABDC
four combinations is correct. Then find
D. to raise the minds of the na- (3) DBAC (4) BDAC
the correct answer.
(SSC CAPFs SI, CISF ASI & Delhi tives 295. A. It came upon me and buried
Police SI Exam. 28.09.2014 (1) CABD (2) DBAC me deep in its own body and
(TF No. 482 RN 5) (3) ADCB (4) BADC carried me swiftly towards
280. A. explained angrily 289. A. indeed the sea.
B. the bricklayer B. that he might have passed B. I soon found it impossible to
C. leaving the site C. he was avoid it.
D. his reasons for D. so eloquent C. I saw the sea come after me
(1) BADC (2) DCAB (1) BADC (2) DACB as high as a great hill and as
furious as an enemy.
(3) CBAD (4) ADCB (3) ABDC (4) CDAB
281. A. which had some D. I got upon my feet and en-
290. A. She arrived where Gerard’s
branch started. deavoured to make towards
B. had no use
the land as fast as possible
C. I found a firm B. His heart stood still.
before another wave should
D. components for which they C. The bear was mou nting
(1) DACB (2) CADB steadily uphill.
(1) DCBA (2) ADBC
(3) BDAC (4) CBDA D. But then he thanked God.
(3) CBAD (4) BADC
282. A. the most suitable materials (1) BCDA (2) ABCD
296. A. At first glance all I could dis-
B. because that is (3) CABD (4) DCAB
cern was a massive stone ta-
C. it of wood 291. A. While a student in London he
ble running down its length.
D. we made began to take an interest in
contemporary politics. B. This apartment was not near-
(1) CADB (2) ACBD ly so well lighted as the vast
(3) DCBA (4) BADC B. Wells was a British author
and one of the earliest writ- stalactite ante-cave.
283. A. get some peace C. I stared down the passage
ers of science fiction.
B. he left home and found myself in a gloomy
C. But he later received a schol-
C. his parents could arship to study science in apartment some 20 feet long,
D. in order that London. which in some past age had
(1) BDCA (2) CBDA D. He came from a lower mid- been hollowed out by hand
(3) DCAB (4) ADCB dle-class family and was ap- out of the mountain.
284. A. coal as a fuel prentice to a draper at the age D. Next, I discovered a brown
B. in place of wood of fifteen. thing seated on the table in
C. during this period (1) ADCB (2) BDCA the centre.
D. people were beginning to use (3) BCAD (4) ACBD (1) BADC (2) CBAD
(1) CDAB (2) DCAB 292. A. tends to create havoc (3) DABC (4) ABDC
(3) BDAC (4) ACDB B. even in small quantities 297. A. At last, having used up every
285. A. try to use the camera C. the regular use of alcohol tower, they wrote ‘H. East’
B. carefully D. in many organs of the body and ‘T. Brown’ on the minute
hand of the great clock.