Sentence Re-arrangement PQRS ( PARAJUMBLE) for SSC, Bank Exams
- 1. Phobic reactions are strong, irrational fears of specific objects or situations
- But there is no objective danger
- For example, when a person is extremely fearful of birds, snakes, heights or closed places, the label phobia is applied to the person’s fear and avoidance
- He usually recognizes that his fear is irrational
- A person suffering from phobic neurosis knows what he is afraid of
- But he cannot control it.
(1) QPSR (2) SRQP
(3) SQPR (4) RSQP
- 1. In this life there are no gains without pains,
- No victory is a real triumph unless the foe is worthy
- Life, indeed, would be dull if there were no difficulties
- Both winner and loser enjoy a game most if it is closely contested to the last
- Gainers lose their zest if there is no real struggle
- Whether we like it or not, life is one continuous competition.
(1) PQRS (2) QSRP
(3) QRSP (4) RSPQ
- 1. One Botany professor always tried to convince his students that his branch of biology is superior to all the others
- His most persuasive argument, however, came during a laboratory session
- And they don’t eat very much
- Examining the cells of a pear, the professor cut a slice for the microscopic slide and took a bite of the rest of the specimen
- Plants, he noted never run away or bite
- “You won’t be doing that in a Zoology lab,” he said.
(1) PRSQ (2) SQPR
(3) PSRQ (4) SQRP
- 1. Failure is nothing to be ashamed of for there is hardly any man who has not failed in life, not once but many times.
- What is important is the way we take our failure
- It has been well said that he who never made a mistake never achieved anything of great worth
- From the little child who tries to stand up to the would-be conqueror who tries to conquer some new territory, everyone has to face failure
- If we face our failure boldly and resolve to fight again we are sure to achieve victory in the long run
- Thus failures can prove stepping stones in our march to victory.
(1) RSQP (2) PQRS
(3) RPQS (4) RQPS
- 1. One of the most widely spread bad habits
- which is now smoked or chewed by men
- and even by children
- often by women
- is the use of tobacco
- almost all over the world.
(1) S P R Q (2) P Q R S
(3) S R Q P (4) P Q S R
- 1. The landscape
- with Nature displaying
- here is awesome
- that are seldom
- a range of delights
- seen together
(1) P S R Q (2) Q P S R
(3) R S P Q (4) Q R S P
- 1. Smoke billowed up between the plants.
- Passengers were told to be ready to quit the ship.
- The rising gale fanned the smouldering fire.
- Everyone now knew there was a fire on board.
- Flames broke out here and there.
- Most people bore the shock bravely.
(1) S R Q P (2) Q P S R
(3) R S P Q (4) Q S R P
- 1. It is far better to live for a
- contribution to the world
- and make some significant
- that is just idled away
- than spend a long life
- in gossiping and playing.
(1) R Q S P (2) S Q P R
(3) Q P S R (4) R Q P S
- 1. The salmon fish pushed themselves
- to return to their spawning grounds
- Q. and fertilised them
- but once they laid their eggs
- to their limits
- they died.
(1) S Q P R (2) R S Q P
(3) S P R Q (4) R P S Q
- 1. Take a small glass phial.
- Close the jar tightly with a plas- tic cover.
Q.Placethis phial inside a glass jar.
- Fill it with coloured water.
- Then stopper it tightly.
- Make a hole in the cover.
(1) PSRQ (2) QSPR
(3) RSQP (4) SRQP
- 1. In China there is no man in the moon.
- They are exchanged between friends while children receive toy pagodas made of clay.
- These cakes are circular to symbolise the full moon.
- Instead, there is a toad in the moon as well as moon rabbits and a goddess.
- All these appear as decorations on moon cakes, baked to celebrate the moon’s birth- day in September.
- The birthday marks the end of the harvest when debts are meant to be settled.
(1) RQPS (2) RPQS (3) RSQP (4) RPSQ
- 1. An observation home is called a formicarium.
- Then, if a small ant hill is dug up carefully, you will find the hump-backed queen.
- You will probably discover that you have some of the strange ant guests too.
- It can be made of two panes of glass separated by strips of wood around the edges.
- Put her in a jar with some of her workers, larvae and co- coons.
- Carefully place them all in the formicarium.
(1) RPQS (2) PQSR (3) PSQR (4) RPSQ
- 1. When Ali Baba returned he called his wife
- She said to him, “Have you stolen them ?”
- He said, “I have bought you some jewels”.
- She said, “Our days of misery are now at an end”.
- He said, “Be quiet and do not frighten yourself”.
- He said, “Go to your brother’s house and get a measure”.
(1) QSRP (2) SRPQ (3) PSRQ (4) QPSR
- 1. The head of the family returned home from office.
- Wife told that there was no coffee powder.
- Wife again told that there was no milk either.
- Husband wanted atleast a cup of tea. S. He wanted a cup of coffee.
- Husband told finally that a glass of water was enough.
(1) SQRP (2) SPRQ (3) QSRP (4) RPSQ
- 1. When he was quite young, Le Corbusier became interested in art.
- At the age of nineteen, he travelled around Europe. Q. But the buildings which impressed him most were those of the ancient Greeks in Athens.
- At the age of thirteen, he went to an art school. S. Everywhere he went he ad- mired the magnificent buildings of the past.
(6) After his visit to Athens Le Corbusier decided to become an architect.
(1) RPSQ (2) PSRQ (3) RQPS (4) QPSR
- 1. I was in awe of Einstein and hesitated before approaching him about some ideas I had been working on.
- I entered his office and found him seated at a table, calculating and smoking his pipe.
- When I finally knocked on his door, a gentle voice said, ‘come’.
- The single word was both a welcome and a question. S. Dressed in ill fitting clothes, his hair characteristically awry, he smiled a warm welcome.
(6) His utter naturalness at once set me at ease.
(1) QPRS (2) QRPS (3) PQRS (4) SRQP
- 1. Nothing comes out of nothing.
- We have to work and then alone we can gain something.
- It is honest and conscientious labour alone that produces result.
- Millions have been struck with the lure of lottery to utter despondency.
- A person who thinks that luck would favour him with all the wants of his life without his lifting his finger even, is living in a fool’s paradise.
(6) A painstaking man who adopts honest toil as his way of life, makes the most of it.
(1) PQRS (2) PSRQ (3) QPRS (4) RSPQ
- 1. Guru is a university professor.
- It was about strange beings called KUNUS who live in holes in the ground.
- The book is very popular now.
- Thirty years ago he wrote a strange novel called “Queen of the Mars”.
- He is also a famous writer.
(6) In a recent interview on television Prof. Guru talked about the novel.
(1) PRSQ (2) QPRS (3) SRPQ (4) RQSP
- 1. It was nine o’clock in the evening and Rajan was reading. P. At first he thought nothing of it.
- The walls were a moving mass of big ants.
- Suddenly, he heard faint noises.
- When he went to his bed- room later, however, he was shocked by what he saw.
(6) They covered everything — the book case, the shelves, the chest of drawers.
(1) PSRQ (2) SRPQ (3) RPSQ (4) QSRP
- (1) QPSR
- (3) QRSP 34. (1) PRSQ
- (4) RQPS 36. (1) SPRQ
- (2) QPSR 38. (4) QSRP
- (3) QPSR 40. (3) SPRQ
- (3) RSQP 42. (3) RSQP 43. (4) RPSQ 44. (4) QPSR 45. (2) SPRQ 46. (3) RQPS 47. (1) QPRS 48. (3) QPRS 49. (3) SRPQ 50. (3) RPSQ