ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
S. They are placed in trays and Q. On his return home, he narrated Q. One can be exposed any time
planted in the sea. his adventures to his friends. and put to shame.
6. Then the oysters are again left R. “Oh, it was nothing”, replied the R. This saying proved to be a mantra
in the sea. traveller. for success in my life.
(1) QSPR (2) SQPR S. “When I was in El Doab”, he S. Bu t I realised that success
(3) RPSQ (4) PSRQ said, “I made fifty Arabs run!” through short cuts is shortlived.
411. 1. Time flows on without any 6. “I ran, and they ran after me!” 6. I followed this saying and today
stop. (1) RPQS (2) QRSP I am a successful businessman.
P. In fact change is the law of (3) QSPR (4) PQSR (1) SPQR (2) RPSQ
nature. 415. 1. Religion can bring revolution (3) PRSQ (4) QRPS
Q. The condition in which a man in the country. Directions (419– 438) : In each
lives. his ideas and thoughts are P. Younger generation should read of the following questions, the 1st and
changing from age to age. religious books. the last part of the sentence/passage
R. This is true not only of physical Q. But it should be practised from are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of
life. within. the sentence/passage is split into four
S. That is why, things are always R. They will learn values of life from parts and named P, Q, R and S. These
changing. those books. four parts are not given in their proper
S. Their actions must be properly order. Read the sentence/passage and
6. Thus, our mode of living and
motivated. find out which of the four combinations
ideas are different from those of
6. Then they can be better human is correct.
beings in Indian society. (SSC CGL Tier-II (CBE)
(1) SRPQ (2) SQPR
(1) QPRS (2) QRPS Exam. 01.12.2016)
(3) SPQR (4) SPRQ
(3) RSPQ (4) PRQS 419. 1. Information Technology is a
412. 1. Adversity is a curse. 416. 1. We wanted to relax and have recent development.
P. When every thing goes on well, fun. P. These changes are attributed
we are tempted to take matters P. All of us agreed to share to the Internet, website, e-mail
easy. responsbilities. and Fax.
Q. But, it has its uses also. Q. Two of us took our cars. Q. As a result of these tech-
R. But adversity prompts us to exert R. We decided to go on a picnic at niques, the whole world has
ourselves. Lodhi Gardens. shrunken into a global village.
S. We fall into a life of comfort and S. Each one of us brought one dish, R. The invention of computer has
idleness. some fruits and sweets. accel erated the speed o f
6. This develops our latent powers, 6. We enjoyed ourselves a lot and computing.
enabling us to prosper in life. felt a welcome change in our S. It has brought about revolu-
(1) QSPR (2) QPSR monotonous life. tionary changes in the field of
(3) QRSP (4) QSRP (1) SPQR (2) PRQS communication.
413. 1. Giving advice is a difficult (3) RPQS (4) SRPQ 6. Browsing Internet has become
task. 417. 1. My hobby is to collect thought a regular feature.
P. Moreover one doesn’t know provoking arti cles from
(1) QPRS (2) SRPQ
oneself, amid ambiguity, how can newspapers, magazines and
Journals. (3) QRPS (4) SPRQ
one know others.
P. It has made me a much sought 420. 1. The telephone is the most
Q. It is a wonder how such people tyrannical of all the machines
like politicians, reformers and we have invented.
people suchlike are so confident Q. It keeps me updated and helps
me in my profession. P. We mi ght be watching
as to invent measures to live
R. My successful talks give me self- television, reading a book, or
satisfaction and fame. doing some gardening.
R. Life is but one and mistakes are
S. Whenever I have to deliver a talk Q. It uses us more than we use
on topics such as education, it.
S. Unless he knows another
personality development, stress R. But at the first summon, we
person, how can he advise? management, I have a lot to say. hasten to answer its call.
6. I find it very difficult to give 6. There is no doubt that a hobby
advice. S. It rings frantically whenever
is a boon if it combines pleasure we are in the middle of doing
(1) PSQR (2) QRPS and usefulness. something else.
(3) SQPR (4) RPQS (1) QSPR (2) RSPQ 6. A re we not l i ke sl aves
414. 1. A traveller had spent many a (3) SPQR (4) PQRS hastening to their whip-
year in Africa. 418. 1. First Deserve and then Desire. cracking masters?
P. “How did you manage it?” asked P. Earlier I was very ambitious and (1) SPRQ (2) SRPQ
one of his friends, greatly wanted to fulfil my desires by
impressed. (3) QSPR (4) QPSR
hook or by crook.