Sentence Re-arrangement PQRS ( PARAJUMBLE) for SSC, Bank Exams

Sentence Re-arrangement PQRS

 

    1. 1. Phobic reactions are strong, irrational fears of specific objects or situations
    2. But there is no objective danger
    3. 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
    4. He usually recognizes that his fear is irrational
    5. A person suffering from phobic neurosis knows what he is afraid of
    6. But he cannot control it.

(1) QPSR (2) SRQP

(3) SQPR (4) RSQP

    1. 1. In this life there are no gains without pains,
    2. No victory is a real triumph unless the foe is worthy
    3. Life, indeed, would be dull if there were no difficulties
    4. Both winner and loser enjoy a game most if it is closely contested to the last
    5. Gainers lose their zest if there is no real struggle
    6. Whether we like it or not, life is one continuous competition.

(1) PQRS (2) QSRP

(3) QRSP (4) RSPQ

    1. 1. One Botany professor always tried to convince his students that his branch of biology is superior to all the others
    2. His most persuasive argument, however, came during a laboratory session
    3. And they don’t eat very much
    4. 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
    5. Plants, he noted never run away or bite
    6. “You won’t be doing that in a Zoology lab,” he said.

(1) PRSQ (2) SQPR

(3) PSRQ (4) SQRP

    1. 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.
    2. What is important is the way we take our failure
    3. It has been well said that he who never made a mistake never achieved anything of great worth
    4. 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
    5. If we face our failure boldly and resolve to fight again we are sure to achieve victory in the long run
    6. Thus failures can prove stepping stones in our march to victory.

(1) RSQP (2) PQRS

(3) RPQS (4) RQPS

    1. 1. One of the most widely spread bad habits
    2. which is now smoked or chewed by men
    3. and even by children
    4. often by women
    5. is the use of tobacco
    6. 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. 1. The landscape
    2. with Nature displaying
    3. here is awesome
    4. that are seldom
    5. a range of delights
    6. seen together

(1) P S R Q        (2) Q P S R

(3) R S P Q        (4) Q R S P

    1. 1. Smoke billowed up between the plants.
    2. Passengers were told to be ready to quit the ship.
    3. The rising gale fanned the smouldering fire.
    4. Everyone now knew there was a fire on board.
    5. Flames broke out here and there.
    6. 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. 1. It is far better to live for a

short while

    1. contribution to the world
    2. and make some significant
    3. that is just idled away
    4. than spend a long life
    5. 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. 1. The salmon fish pushed themselves
    2. to return to their spawning grounds
    3. Q. and fertilised them
    4. but once they laid their eggs
    5. to their limits
    6. they died.

(1) S Q P R                  (2) R S Q P

(3) S P R Q                 (4) R P S Q

 

    1. 1. Take a small glass phial.
    2. Close the jar tightly with a plas- tic cover.

Q.Placethis phial inside a glass jar.

    1. Fill it with coloured water.
    2. Then stopper it tightly.
    3. Make a hole in the cover.

(1) PSRQ     (2) QSPR

(3) RSQP    (4) SRQP

    1. 1. In China there is no man in the moon.
    2. They are exchanged between friends while children receive toy pagodas made of clay.
    3. These cakes are circular to symbolise the full moon.
    4. Instead, there is a toad in the moon as well as moon rabbits and a goddess.
    5. All these appear as decorations on moon cakes, baked to celebrate the moon’s birth- day in September.
    6. The birthday marks the end of the harvest when debts are meant to be settled.

(1) RQPS   (2) RPQS  (3) RSQP  (4) RPSQ

    1. 1. An observation home is called a formicarium.
    2. Then, if a small ant hill is dug up carefully, you will find the hump-backed queen.
    3. You will probably discover that you have some of the strange ant guests too.
    4. It can be made of two panes of glass separated by strips of wood around the edges.
    5. Put her in a jar with some of her workers, larvae and co- coons.
    6. Carefully place them all in the formicarium.

(1) RPQS (2) PQSR (3) PSQR (4) RPSQ

    1. 1. When Ali Baba returned he called his wife
    2. She said to him, “Have you stolen them ?”
    3. He said, “I have bought you some jewels”.
    4. She said, “Our days of misery are now at an end”.
    5. He said, “Be quiet and do not frighten yourself”.
    6. He said, “Go to your brother’s house and get a measure”.

(1) QSRP (2) SRPQ (3) PSRQ (4) QPSR

    1. 1. The head of the family returned home from office.
    2. Wife told that there was no coffee powder.
    3. Wife again told that there was no milk either.
    4. Husband wanted atleast a cup of tea. S. He wanted a cup of coffee.
    5. Husband told finally that a glass of water was enough.

(1) SQRP (2) SPRQ (3) QSRP (4) RPSQ

    1. 1. When he was quite young, Le Corbusier became interested in art.
    2. 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.
    3. 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. 1. I was in awe of Einstein and hesitated before approaching him about some ideas I had been working on.
    2. I entered his office and found him seated at a table, calculating and smoking his pipe.
    3. When I finally knocked on his door, a gentle voice said, ‘come’.
    4. 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. 1. Nothing comes out of nothing.
    2. We have to work and then alone we can gain something.
    3. It is honest and conscientious labour alone that produces result.
    4. Millions have been struck with the lure of lottery to utter despondency.
    5. 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. 1. Guru is a university professor.
    2. It was about strange beings called KUNUS who live in holes in the ground.
    3. The book is very popular now.
    4. Thirty years ago he wrote a strange novel called “Queen of the Mars”.
    5. 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. 1. It was nine o’clock in the evening and Rajan was reading. P. At first he thought nothing of it.
    2. The walls were a moving mass of big ants.
    3. Suddenly, he heard faint noises.
    4. 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

ANSWERS:

    1. (1) QPSR
    2. (3) QRSP 34. (1) PRSQ
    3. (4) RQPS 36. (1) SPRQ
    4. (2) QPSR 38. (4) QSRP
    5. (3) QPSR 40. (3) SPRQ
  1. (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

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