647. Given below are four sentences,
three of which, are jumbled. Pick
the option that gives the correct
order.
A. Monarch butterflies are important
pollinators, but their
global population is falling.
B. Scientists think that habitat
loss and pesticides probably
caused this.
C. There was an 86% fall in the
number of butterflies that
they saw.
D. In California, an organisation
found that there were very
few monarch butterflies visiting
during this 2018 winter.
(1) ADCB (2) ACBD
(3) ABCD (4) ACDB
SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM ‘C’ ,oa ‘D’ ijh{kk
frfFk % 07.02.2019 (f}Ùkh; ikyh)
648. Given below are four sentences,
three of which, are jumbled. Pick
the option that gives the correct
order.
A. There was a ceremony in
which South and North Korean
roads and railways were
connected.
B. South Korea believes that this
shows that the countries are
willing to work together on
rail and road modernization.
C. The event was symbolic, but
it is another step toward
peace.
D. South Korea said that the
construction will go on while
North Korea is closely
watched.
(1) ACDB (2) ABCD
(3) ABDC (4) ACBD
SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM ‘C’ ,oa ‘D’ ijh{kk
frfFk % 07.02.2019 (f}Ùkh; ikyh)
649. Given below are four sentences,
three of which, are jumbled, Pick
the option that gives the correct
order.
A. Marijuana is gaining popularity
around the world, and
Thailand became the first
south east Asian country to
legalize it.
B. Beginning with the new year,
people will be able to use it
as a medicine or study it.
C. However, they will be able to
carry certain amounts of the
drugs, only if they have a
prescription or certificate.
SEH–783
ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
D. According to the new law the
production, import, export,
possession and use of marijuana
products will be legal
for medical purposes.
(1) ACBD (2) ABCD
(3) ADBC (4) ABDC
SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM ‘C’ ,oa ‘D’ ijh{kk
frfFk % 07.02.2019 (f}Ùkh; ikyh)
650. Given below are four sentences,
three of which, are jumbled. Pick
the option that gives the correct
order.
A. When I reached home, dinner
was being served.
B. Still talking, he opened the
matchbox, and a very annoyed
scorpion came out of
the box.
C. Having finished his meal my
brother Larry brought cigarettes
and in order to light one
picked up the matchbox from
the shelf.
D. I placed the matchbox with a
scorpion in it on a shelf in
the dining room and joined
the family.
(1) ACDB (2) ABCD
(3) ACBD (4) ADCB
SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM ‘C’ ,oa ‘D’ ijh{kk
frfFk % 07.02.2019 (f}Ùkh; ikyh)
651. Given below are four sentences,
three of which, are jumbled. Pick
the option that gives the correct
order.
A. Cage diving is a popular tourist
attraction in countries
with shark-infested waters.
B. Some people went cage-diving
off the west coast off
Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula.
C. The shark broke the rail and
became trapped inside the
cage with the diver.
D. There a shark went for some
bait and hit the cage.
(1) ACDB (2) ABCD
(3) ADBC (4) ABDC
SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM ‘C’ ,oa ‘D’ ijh{kk
frfFk % 07.02.2019 (f}Ùkh; ikyh)
Directions (652–653) : Given below
are four jumbled sentences. Select
the option that gives their correct
order.
SSC CGL TIER-I (CBE) ijh{kk]
04.06.2019(izFke ikyh)
652. A. The cafe’s owner says he’s interested
in conservation, and
hopes customers will realise
the animals are worth saving,
even though they often have
a bad reputation.
B. None of them are venomous,
meaning customers can get
up close and personal with
the reptiles.
C. Here you sip your drink in the
company of 35 snakes.
D. This cafe, which has just
opened in Tokyo, is not for
the faint-hearted.
(1) DBCA (2) DCBA
(3) ABCD (4) ABDC
653. A. An environmental group performed
a necropsy on the animal
and found about 40 kilograms
of plastic, including
grocery bags and rice sacks.
B. A 4.7-metre long whale died
on Saturday in Phillipines
where it was stranded a day
earlier.
C. “It’s very disgusting and
heartbreaking,” he said.
“We’ve done necropsies on 61
dolphins and whales in the
last 10 years and this is one
of the biggest amounts of
plastic we’ve seen.”
D. “The animal died from starvation
and was unable to eat
because of the trash filling its
stomach,” said Darrel l
Blatchley, Director of D’ Bone
Collector Museum Inc..
(1) ABCD (2) DABC
(3) BADC (4) BACD
SSC CGL TIER-I (CBE) ijh{kk]
04.06.2019(izFke ikyh)
654. Given below are four jumbled
sentences. Select the option that
gives their correct order.
A. Mango, the so-called “king of
fruits”, is something of a national
obsession in India.
B. There was a bumper crop of
mangoes in different states.
C. It resulted in prices coming down
and sales going up – much to the
delight of buyers and sellers
alike.
D. 2017 proved to be a very good
year for mango lovers.
(1) ADBC (2) CDAB
(3) CADB (4) ADCB
SSC CGL TIER-I (CBE) ijh{kk]
06.06.2019(izFke ikyh)
655. Given below are four jumbled
sentences. Select the option that
gives their correct order.
A. Around 600 million of them live
in areas of high to extreme water
stress.
B. India is suffering from the worst
water crisis, with one billion
people living in water scarcity.
C. This is even more than that of
China and US combined.
D. The reason is that at 24 per cent,
India uses the most groundwater
drawn out globally.
(1) BADC (2) ACBD
(3) ADCB (4) BDAC

Directions (444–445) : Each
question below consists of a set of labelled
sentences. Out of the four options
given, select the most logical order
of the sentences to form a coherent
paragraph.
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 21-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
444. Our only enemies were
X. heat, thirst, and flies, but far
Y. from man or beast than that awful
trinity
Z. rather would I have faced any
danger
(1) XYZ (2) ZYX
(3) XZY (4) ZXY
445. Thus, I stand on a
X. hill and watch a labourer
Y. upon the distant railway
Z. striking with his sledge
(1) XYZ (2) XZY
(3) ZYX (4) ZXY
Directions (446–447) : Each
question below consists of a set of labelled
sentences. Out of the four options
given, select the most logical order
of the sentences to form a coherent
paragraph.
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 22-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
446. Now I just have to keep my
X. place and not let that scrawny
Y. guy with gelled
Z. hair edge in front of me
(1) YZX (2) XYZ
(3) ZXY (4) XZY
447. The idea of a standard time
X. lives that we often take it for
Y. zone has become so integral to
our
Z. granted and assume it to be a
part of natural phenomena
(1) ZYX (2) XYZ
(3) YZX (4) YXZ
Directions (448–452) : Each of
the questions below consists of a set
of labelled sentences. Out of the four
options given, select the most logical
order of the sentences/clauses to form
a coherent paragraph.
(SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM&‘C’ ,oa ‘D’
ijh{kk 11.09.2017 f}rh; ikyh)
448. Reading forces us to
P: or heard in our lives
Q: we might not have seen
R: look at words that
(1) PQR (2) RQP
(3) PRQ (4) QRP
449. The Indian Government
P: balanced economic growth
Q: had to plan for
R: and development of a huge
country
(1) PRQ (2) QRP
(3) RPQ (4) QPR
450. The burden of
P: another issue that
Q: the GST aims to redress
R: regressive taxes is
(1) RPQ (2) PQR
(3) QPR (4) RQP
451. As the earth becomes
P: people are likely to be
Q: affected by tropical diseases
R: warmer, more and more
(1) PQR (2) RQP
(3) RPQ (4) QRP
452. Intoxicating drink
P: for good health
Q: should be avoided
R: and smoking
(1) RQP (2) PQR
(3) PRQ (4) QPR
Directions (453 – 457) : In the
following questions. rearrange the parts
of each sentence in correct order.
(SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM&‘C’ ,oa ‘D’
ijh{kk 12.09.2017 izFke ikyh)
453. The extremes
P. process of national integration
Q. a hindrance in the
R. of poverty are
(1) PRQ (2) QPR
(3) RPQ (4) RQP
454. Bigger economies
P. way and have
Q. grow in a sustainable
R. more global influence
(1) QPR (2) RPQ
(3) PRQ (4) QRP
455. Education is of
P. utmost importance for
Q. eradicating the unemployment
R. problem of our country
(1) PRQ (2) QPR
(3) RPQ (4) PQR
456. The homogeneity
P. and reinforced
Q. is perpetuated
R. by education
(1) RPQ (2) QPR
(3) PRQ (4) QRP
457. Acceptance of
P. typically very high in the
Q. e-learning systems is
SEH–768
ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
R. corporate world for one’s personal
development
(1) RPQ (2) QPR
(3) PQR (4) RQP
Directions (458–462) : In the following
questons, rearrange the parts
of each sentence in correct order.
(SSC LVsuksxzkiQj xzsM&‘C’ ,oa ‘D’
ijh{kk 13.09.2017 izFke ikyh)
458. India surprised
P. the world’s fastest
Q. growing major economy
R. the world by becoming
(1) RPQ (2) RQP
(3) PQR (4) QPR
459. We can save paper
P. in electronic format
Q. and by not printing emails
R. by keeping documents
(1) QPR (2) PRQ
(3) RQP (4) RPQ
460. Some people
P. the presence of pears
Q. feel intimidated by
R. during the learning process
(1) PRQ (2) QPR
(3) RQP (4) RPQ
461. The object
P. is undoubtedly
Q. something fairly new
R. of adaptive e-learning
(1) PQR (2) QRP
(3) RQP (4) RPQ
462. Walking is the
P. exercise to
Q. best form of
R. remain healthy
(1) RPQ (2) QPR
(3) PQR (4) RQP
Directions (463–464) : Rearrange
the parts of the sentence in correct
order.
(SSC MTS ijh{kk 16.09.2017 r`rh; ikyh)
463. It takes
P : to change their
Q : way of thinking
R : time for people
(1) RQP (2) QPR
(3) RPQ (4) PRQ
464. Politeness is
P : possessed by only
Q : one nation or race
R : not a quality
(1) RPQ (2) PRQ
(3) QPR (4) QRP
Directions (465–466) : Each
question below consists of a set of labelled
sentences. Out of the four options
given, select the most logical order
of the sentences to form a coherent
paragraph.
(SSC MTS ijh{kk 17.09.2017 r`rh; ikyh)
465. There was once
P. a poor man who earned
Q. himself and his family
R. just a bare living for
(1) PRQ (2) QRP
(3) QPR (4) RPQ
466. Attracted by the serenity
P. public walks near the city
Q. of the evening, a friend
R. and I lately went to one of the
(1) PRQ (2) QPR
(3) RPQ (4) QRP
Directions (467–468) : Each
question below consists of a set of labelled
sentences. Out of the four options
given, select the most logical order
of the sentences to form a coherent
paragraph.
(SSC MTS ijh{kk 18.09.2017 r`rh; ikyh)
467. Deforestation is already held to
have
P. areas and its continuation would
Q. lead to further ecological disasters
R. caused irreversible damage in
some
(1) PQR (2) RPQ
(3) PRQ (4) RQP
468. A tsunami
P. fallout of an earthquake
Q. on the ocean floor
R. is normally a
(1) RPQ (2) QPR
(3) RQP (4) QRP
Directions (473–474) : The
questions below consist of a set of
labelled sentences. Out of the four
options given, select the most logical
order of the sentences to form a
coherent paragraph.
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 19-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
473. Three times this was
X. only be compared to the
deepest notes of thunder
Y. shook with the noise, that can
Z. repeated, and each time the
earth
(1) ZXY (2) YZX
(3) ZYX (4) YXZ
474. The causes and their
X. in the same series
Y. one order, they stand
Z. effects belong to the
(1) ZXY (2) YZX
(3) YXZ (4) ZYX
Directions (475–476) : The questions
below consist of a set of labelled
sentences. Out of the four options given,
select the most logical order of the
sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 20-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
475. They had seen enough of the
X. them to come a step farther
Y. desert already, and no number
Z. of knives would have tempted
(1) YXZ (2) YZX
(3) XZY (4) XYZ
476. Such are the strata which we
X. species as those now living
in the Mediterranean
Y. meet with in the south of Sicily,
filled
Z. with shells for the most part
of the same
(1) YXZ (2) XZY
(3) XYZ (4) YZX

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