CRACK IBPS PO : New Pattern Sentence Rearrangement Day 76

Dear Banking Aspirant ,

There have been recent changes in the Sentence Rearrangement in the English Section. Even in this year SBI PO mains examination 2017, the sentence rearrangement has changed and in that pattern, the first and the last sentence would be fixed and aspirants have to find all the other sentences in the given jumbled passage.

Even though this section is limited to little changes, who knows there can be changes even in this section in the forthcoming exams. We have to be updated for all the challenges which are yet to come in the forthcoming exams.These paragraphs are taken from the recent editorials from leading Dailies and Journals and this ranges from easy to moderate to difficult. So crack these questions to excel in the exams.

Directions(1-5): Rearrange the given sentences to form a meaningfully coherent passage and answer the following Questions. In this the First Sentence and the last sentence are fixed ( I.e A and G is fixed. You have to rearrange the other sentences to form a meaningful passage).

 

(A) Bracing for hurricanes is almost a summer tradition here: the steady, clanking sound of wood banged to windows, the endless lines for bottled water and fuel, the pilgrimages to fortified shelters.

(B) Even the most northern pockets in Tallahassee, the capital, and the small towns along the Florida-Georgia line, were cowering with the rest of the state for a thorough pummeling from tropical-force winds.

(C) But Irma, which struck Florida’s coastline twice and then tore through the state with a fury, is anything but a run-of-the-mill hurricane.

(D) Not in the shimmering high-rises of Miami, where hurricane winds partially knocked down two construction cranes.

(E) Certainly not in the tiny islands of the Keys, which found themselves nearly under water on Sunday after Irma zeroed in on Cudjoe Key, Fla., just after 9 a.m.

(F) It was wider than the peninsula itself. There was hardly anywhere in the state to escape its blustery wrath.

(G) To try to escape Irma, Floridians scattered across the state on clogged interstates and They slept on cots inside high schools, on narrow beds in roadside motels, on friends’ couches and wherever they could reach on a tank of gas and The question for everyone was whether to go, and then where to go, to best outlast the winds.

1) Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

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2) Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

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3) Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

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4) Which of the following should be the Fourth sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

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5) Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

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Directions(6-10): Rearrange the given sentences to form a meaningfully coherent passage and answer the following Questions. In this the First Sentence and the last sentence are fixed ( I.e A and G is fixed. You have to rearrange the other sentences to form a meaningful passage).

(A) Beginning with Mahatma Gandhi, India has built an unsavoury record in political assassination –out of power rivalries or to settle scores (Partap Singh Kairon, Lalit Narain Mishra, Indira and Rajiv Gandhi) and for ideas.

(B) In 1978-94 Punjab, tens of thousands were killed and scores specifically for their ideas and prominent among these were the founder of Hindi-Urdu-Punjabi publishing power house Punjab Kesari group Lala Jagat Narain, then his son and successor Ramesh Chander and many journalists, hawkers and vendors working for them.

(C) In ideologically polarised zones, especially West Bengal and Bihar, both the Left and Right have killed to silence the other.

(D) Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale’s method was simple and effective and He held court at the Golden Temple, had somebody stand up and accuse a politician or intellectual of deceit or blasphemy.

(E) What should be their punishment, he asked, and left it there. Enough justification for somebody with a gun to do the rest.

(F) In Andhra, Chandrababu Naidu survived a Naxal ambush and late chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy’s father was killed by political rivals in a bomb attack on his car.

(G) Once an individual, or a group is armed with moral justification to take a life, they will find a gun and they will also be hoping that afterwards politics would take over and send the legal process into a spin.

6) Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

 

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7) Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

 

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8) Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

 

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9) Which of the following should be the Fourth sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

 

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10) Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence?

(a) B

(b) C

(c) D

(d) E

(e) F

 

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