ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
384. 1. Man’s Q. insatiabl e thirst for S. because he is the
P. in the modern knowledge 6. lord of the temple.
Q. insatiable thirst for knowl- R. the wonderful achievements (1) RPQS (2) RQPS
edge of science (3) SQPR (4) SPQR
R. the wonderful achievements S. is at the root of 395. 1. My grandmother was an old
of science 6. world. woman.
S. is at the root of (1) SQPR (2) RSPQ P. But that was hard to believe.
6. world. (3) QSRP (4) PQRS Q. And she even had a husband.
(1) SQPR (2) RSPQ 390. 1. Today R. People said that she had
(3) QSRP (4) PQRS P. by the hunters for their once been young and pretty.
385. 1. Today Q. are trapped or killed S. She had been like this for the
P. by the hunters for their R. millions of wild animals twenty years that I had
Q. are trapped or killed S. each year known her.
R. millions of wild animals 6. skin. 6. She often told us of the games
S. each year (1) QPRS (2) PSQR she used to play as a child.
6. skin. (3) SPRQ (4) RQSP (1) QPSR (2) RSPQ
(1) QPRS (2) PSQR 391. 1. These (3) RPQS (4) SRQP
(3) SPRQ (4) RQSP P. about the heavenly 396. 1. It is the twilight hour.
386. 1. These Q. experiments by the scientists P. The sound breaks the still
silence around me.
P. about the heavenly R. with amazing knowledge
Q. I turn round and see her
Q. experiments by the scientists S. will supply us
seated on a rock.
R. with amazing knowledge 6. bodies.
R. I hear more bells behind me.
S. will supply us (1) QSRP (2) RQPS
S. The temple bell rings in the
6. bodies. (3) PSQR (4) PSRQ
(1) QSRP (2) RQPS 392. 1. Over 67 years
6. Her eyes sparkle like the
(3) PSQR (4) PSRQ P. but the problems anklets on her swinging feet.
387. 1. Over 67 years Q. have remained (1) SPRQ (2) SQPR
P. but the problems R. have passed (3) RQSP (4) RSQP
Q. have remained S. of the common man 397. 1. Use bright, cheerful,
R. have passed 6. as daunting as ever. favourable words and phrases
S. of the common man (1) QPRS (2) RPSQ to describe other people.
6. as daunting as ever. (3) SRQP (4) QSPR Make it
(1) QPRS (2) RPSQ 393. 1. The President P. for all your fri ends and
(3) SRQP (4) QSPR P. from Tokyo associates.
388. 1. The President Q. where he Q. Be extremely careful
P. from Tokyo R. had been meeting R. a rule to have a big, positive
Q. where he S. came back word
R. had been meeting 6. other world leaders. S. to avoid
(1) PSQR (2) RPQS 6. the petty cut-him-down
S. came back
(3) QSPR (4) SPQR language.
6. other world leaders.
Directions (394–398) : In the (1) RSPQ (2) RPQS
(1) PSQR (2) RPQS
following questions, the first and the (3) QRPS (4) PQRS
(3) QSPR (4) SPQR last part of the sentence/passage are
Directions (389–393) : In the 398. 1. An officer in Andhra Pradesh
numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the
following questions, the first and the P. found that the tribals put
sentence/passage is split into four parts
last part of the sentence are numbered and named P, Q, R and S. These four Q. materials in turbid water
1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is parts are not given in their proper order. R. who was in charge of tribal
split into four parts and named P, Q, R Read the sentence/passage and find development
and S. These four parts are not given out which of the four combinations is S. certain gum and wood
in thei r proper order. Read the correct. 6. to make the water clear.
sentence and find out which of the four (SSC (10+2) Stenographer Grade (1) PSRQ (2) PQSR
combinations is correct. Then find the "C" & "D" Exam. 31.07.2016) (3) RPSQ (4) RSPQ
correct answer. 394. 1. Along with the orthod ox Directions (399–418) : In each
(SSC (10+2) Stenographer Grade Hindu’s
"C" & "D" Exam. 31.01.2016 of the following questions, the 1st and
P. and in the deity, the last part of the sentence/passage
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Q. Raghupati has his Brahmin’s are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of
389. 1. Man’s
pride the sentence/ passage is split into four
P. in the modern
R. faith in the scriptures parts and named P, Q, R and S. These