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Rearranging the sentences


Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B),(C), (D), (E) andf (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningfull paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A)Nobody likes to practise it, no matter how easy and how beneficial it is.
(B)An ounce of patience is worth, or at times even better than, a pound of brains.
(C)Patience a virtue is considered to be even better than wisdom.
(D)This is the worst drawback in us, in our national character.
(E)Every one of ous agrees with this fact in principle, without reservation.
(F)But unfortunately, when it comes to practising patience, there is a problem.
A. Which of the following should be the FIRST statement after rearrangement?
1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

B.Which of the following should be SECOND statement after the rearrangement?
1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

C.which of the following should be the THIRD statement after rearrangement?
1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

D.Which of the following should be the FIFTH statement after the rearrangement?
1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

E. Which of the following should be the sixTH(LAST) statement after rearrangement?
1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

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Answer: A.(3) B.(2) C.(5) D.(1) E.(4)

Guess it…


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

A. No sooner did he offer the bouquet to the guest than he left the dias.
(A)Hardly had he left the…
(B)As soon as he left…
(C)He left the dias immediately…
1)Only A 2)only B 3)Either A or B
4)Only c 5)Either B or C

B. That social worker is the most respected person in our district.
(A) All other persons…
(B) Most other social workers…
(C) All the social workers in our…
1) None of the three 2)Either A or B 3)Either A or C
4)Either B or C 5)Only A

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Answer: A.(4) B.(5)

Completion of statements with same meaning as original one


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

So terrible was the earthquake that all the skycrapers in the locality were completely ruined.
(A) owing to the intensity…
(B)None of the skycrapers in the….
(C) the intensity of……
1) Only A 2)Only B 3)All the three
4) Either A or B 5) Only C

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Answer: (3) All the three

Try it


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

A.If you are deligent, you can master any skill in a short span
(A) Unless you master…
(B) If you can be mastering….
(C)Inspite of being deligent..
1) None of the three 2)Either A or B 3)Either B or C
4) Either A or C 5)Any one of the three

B.Do whatever you think appropriate
(A)don’t do…
(B)do you think…
(C)you don’t think…
(1)Any one of the three (2)Only C (3)Either B or C
(4)Only B (5)None of these

C.They lost to their opponents although they played most valiantly.
(A)Their opponents…
(B)Despite the opponents..
(C)The opponents played valiantly..
(1)Any one of the three (2)Only A (3)Only B
(4)Only C (5)None of these

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Answer: A.(1) B.(5) C.(2)

Same meaning of original statement


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

However, often, i tried my best, i could not succeed in my endeavour.
(A) despite…
(B) In spite of….
(C) Though i could not succeed
1) Only A 2) Only B 3)Only C
4) Either A or B 5)None of these

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Answer: (4) Either A or B

Starter conveying the meaning of orginal statement


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

Even if you dislike him you must not be rude to him
(A)you must be polite….
(B)Although you must not be rude….
(C)Since you dont like….
(1)Any one of the three (2)A only (3)B only
(4)C only (5)None of these

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Answer: (2) A only

Statements followed by 3 starters


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

You must act as per my instructions only.
(A)Only you act….
(B)My instructions….
(C)You must do…..
(1) Any one of the three (2)Either A or B (3)Either B or C
(4)Either A or C (5)None of these

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Answer: (3) Either B or C

Completion of statements


In each question there is a statement followed by 3 starters which are denoted by (A), (B) and (C). Each starter is a group of first few words of the sentence which, no proper completion, is supposed to convey the same meaning of the original statement. Find out which one or more starters can form grammatically correct sentence(s) to convey the SAME meaning of the original statement.

It was too dark for us to be able to see anything
(A) We could not see….
(B) Since we could not see….
(C) For us, it was so dark to….
(1) Only A (2) Only B (3)Only C
(4)Either A or B (5) Either A or C

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Answer: (1) Only A

Same meanings


Choose the word/ group which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in CAPITAL LETTERS as used in the passage.
A. TRUBULENCE
1)tranquility 2)certainity 3)turmoil
4)restless 5)lacklusture
B. INCENTIVE
1)acceleration 2)surplus 3)baiting
4)inspiration 5)encouragement
C. ADVANCED
1)put forward 2)set aside 3)taken over
4)marched forward 5)escalated further

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Answer: A.(3) B.(5) C.(1)

Opposites


Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word given in CAPITAL LETTERS.
A. ELEVATED
1)raised 2)stabilised 3)inclined
4)fallen 5)slanted
B. VOLATILITY
1)agitation 2)effervescence 3)optimism
4)disparity 5)inactivity
C. CONSENSUS
1)deviant 2)disagreement 3)dejection
4)denial 5)dissuasion

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Answer: A.(4) B.(5) C.(2)





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