English Quiz on Sentence Re-arrangement for IBPS PO Prelims 30th September 2019

IBPS PO Prelims English Quiz

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Directions (1-5): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D),(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.

Q1. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) C
(c) A
(d) F
(e) D

S1. Ans. (b)
Sol.
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.
Hence, the correct order is CEADBF.

Q2. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
(a) A
(b)F
(c)D
(d)C
(e)B

S2. Ans. (a)
Sol.
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.
Hence, the correct order is CEADBF.

Q3. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) E
(c) D
(d) C
(e) G

S3. Ans. (c)
Sol.
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.
Hence, the correct order is CEADBF.

Q4. Which of the following should be the last sentence after rearrangement?
(a)A
(b)D
(c)C
(d)F
(e)G

S4. Ans. (d)
Sol.
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.
Hence, the correct order is CEADBF.

Q5. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
(a) C
(b) D
(c) B
(d) G
(e) E

S5. Ans. (e)
Sol.
(C)On a normal Monday morning Terminal 5, Heathrow airport’s busiest, is a hive of activity.
(E)Over 100,000 passengers arrive or leave for more than 150 destinations.
(A)But on September 9th its departure halls were almost completely abandoned.
(D)The only flights taking off were to Cairo, Madrid and Tokyo.
(B) The reason was a two day strike by British Airways (BA) pilots and their union, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA).
(F)The walkout, which grounded almost 1,700 flights due to carry at least 280,000 people, was the first ever pilot strike at BA.
Hence, the correct order is CEADBF.

Directions (6-10): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D),(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.

Q6. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) D
(c) A
(d) F
(e) C

S6. Ans. (d)
Sol.
(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
Hence, the correct order is FBEACD.

Q7. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
(a)E
(b)F
(c)D
(d)C
(e)A

S7. Ans. (a)
Sol.(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
Hence, the correct order is FBEACD.

Q8. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) E
(c) A
(d) C
(e) G

S8. Ans. (c)
Sol.
(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
Hence, the correct order is FBEACD.

Q9. Which of the following should be the last sentence after rearrangement?
(a)A
(b)D
(c)C
(d)F
(e)G

S9. Ans. (b)
Sol.
(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
Hence, the correct order is FBEACD.

Q10. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
(a) C
(b) D
(c) B
(d) G
(e) E

S10. Ans. (c)
Sol.
(F)The internet of things (IOT) is a clumsy name for a big idea.
(B) It holds that, despite all the changes the computer revolution has already wrought, it is only just getting started.
(E) The first act, in the aftermath of the second world war, brought computing to governments and big corporations.
(A) The second brought it to ordinary people, through desktop pcs, laptops and, most recently, smartphones.
(C) The third will bring the benefits—and drawbacks—of computerisation to everything else,
(D) as it becomes embedded in all sorts of items that are not themselves computer.
Hence, the correct order is FBEACD.

Directions (11-15): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D),(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A)Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.

Q11. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) D
(c) A
(d) F
(e) C

S11. Ans. (c)
Sol.
(A)Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.
Hence, the correct order is AEBDCF.

Q12. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
(a)G
(b)B
(c)D
(d)C
(e)A

S12. Ans. (b)
Sol.
(A)Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.
Hence, the correct order is AEBDCF.

Q13. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
(a) B
(b) E
(c) A
(d) C
(e) D

S13. Ans. (e)
Sol.
(A)Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.
Hence, the correct order is AEBDCF.

Q14. Which of the following should be the last sentence after rearrangement?
(a)A
(b)D
(c)F
(d)D
(e)G

S14. Ans. (c)
Sol.
(A)Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.
Hence, the correct order is AEBDCF.

Q15. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
(a) C
(b) D
(c) B
(d) G
(e) E

S15. Ans. (e)
Sol. (A) Around five in the morning is the most lethal time on China’s motorways, says a transport-industry veteran.
(E)The peril comes from long-distance lorry drivers, whose vehicles may have been rolling for days, pausing only for fuel and the rest stops required by law: 20 minutes every four hours, with no daily limit on driving.
(B)As dawn breaks, a long-haul trucker may be munching sunflower seeds and sipping cold tea to stay awake, while a driving partner dozes on a bunk bed.
(D) To help that partner sleep, the windows may be closed.
(C) The only sound may be the tinny tones of a satellite navigation device.
(F) Such drivers “are like ticking bombs, you don’t know if they are awake or asleep,” says the veteran, adding that as a result wise travellers avoid highways until after seven.
Hence, the correct order is AEBDCF.