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Parajumbles Practice Test | SSC CGL Tier-II (Part-9)

Parajumbles Practice Test | SSC CGL Tier-II (Part-9)

Directions: In these questions, the 1st and the last parts of the sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P, Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentences and find out which of the four combinations is correct.

Q321. 1. They tell us

P. in some places

Q. there must have been

R. that when the great glaciers melted

S. vast steppes or wide tireless plains

6.inaccessible to man

(a) RQPS

(b) RQSP

(c) QRPS

(d) QRSP

Option:B .

Explanation: RQSP

Q322. 1. The very first battle they fought

P. and they had to fall back

Q. cross the border

R. was lost

S. letting the enemy

6.and enter the country .

(a) RQSP

(b) RPSQ

(c) QRPS

(d) QPRS

Option:B .

Explanation: RPSQ

Q323. 1. With the improvement

P. there is also

Q. the growing

R. incidence

S. in technology

6.of cyber crimes.

(a) RPSQ

(b) QRPS

(c) SPQR

(d) SRQP

Option:C .

Explanation: SPQR

Q324. 1. As per the current demographic statistics,

P. and Western Europe combined.

Q. India’s population is slated

R. to rise by almost 350 million

S. twice as fast as China, United States

6.over the next quarter century.

(a) QRSP

(b) QSRP

(c) QPSR

(d) SRQP

Option:A .

Explanation: QRSP

Q325. 1. An outstanding feature of this century has been

P. living conditions of the

Q. the improvement of the income and

R. greater security and education which

S. working man leading to

6.has meant greater political power.

(a) PSQR

(b) RSPQ

(c) QPSR

(d) SPRQ

Option: C.

Explanation: QPSR

Q326. 1. Jataka Tales, like the tales of panchatantra

P. for moral behaviour

Q. being passed on from generation to

R. are very old and have a long tradition of

S. generation serving as source

6.for humans in general.

(a) QRSP

(b) RQSP

(c) SPQR

(d) SRPQ

Option:B .

Explanation: RQSP

Q327. 1. Nicolas Chauvin,

P. he became the laughingstock of all Europe thereafter

Q. a soldier of French empire so vociferously and unceasingly

R. and (his exaggerated and blalant patriot was

S. aired his veneration of Napoleon Bonaparte that

6.known as a chauvinist.

(a) QSPR

(b) PRQS

(c) RQSP

(d) SRPQ

Option:A .

Explanation: QSPR

Q328. 1. The company

P. in the suburbs

Q. a factory

R. and a block of offices

S. intends in build

6.shortly

(a) PRSQ

(b) PQRS

(c) SRQP

(d) SQRP

Option:D .

Explanation: SQRP

Q329. 1. Mrs. Singh wanted to

P. but I concluded

Q. than look after a

R. get a nurse for her child,

S. I'd rather be her nurse

6.stupid, lazy ill mannered child

(a) RQPS

(b) RQSP

(c) QSRP

(d) RPSQ

Option:D .

Explanation: RPSQ

Q330. 1. Almost every nation in the world

P. on economic fronts, discoveries through science

Q. as well as technological developments

R. is involved in competing with others

S. provides huge support

6.to meet this objective.

(a) RPQS

(b) SQRP

(c) RPSQ

(d) QRSP

Option:A .

Explanation: RPQS

Q331. 1. Ashoka was successful

P. by the cruelty and horrors of war

Q. he was so disgusted

R. in his military operations

S. and alone among conquerors

6.that he renounced it.

(a) RSQP

(b) PSQR

(c) SQPR

(d) PQSR

Option: A.

Explanation: RSQP

Q332. 1. There are thousands of us

P. former school and college friends

Q. by some of our

R. at the careers chosen

S. who are surprised

6.and their success in these fields.

(a) SRQP

(b) RQSP

(c) PQSR

(d) SPQR

Option:A .

Explanation: SRQP

Q333.  1. The works of William Shakespeare

P. have provided us

Q. that have become

R. such common expressions

S. with a number of phrases

6.that few realize their source

(a) RQSP

(b) SQRP

(c) PSQR

(d) QPSR

Option:C .

Explanation: PSQR

Q334. 1. The only choice

P. universities will be to

Q. tuition fees to meet

R. left before the Indian

S. substantially raise the

6.the rising expenditure

(a) RPSQ

(b) PQSR

(c) SQRP

(d) QPSR

Option:A .

Explanation: RPSQ

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Q335. 1. The lead story

P. at 4 AM

Q. in tonight's news

R. concerns the fire

S. which engulfed the Columbia College

6.this morning.

(a) RSPQ

(b) QRSP

(c) QRPS

(d) RPSQ

Option:B .

Explanation: QRSP

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Q336. 1. Long, long, time ago

P. who lived with his three wives

Q. in a country called Kosala

R. there ruled a noble king

S. and four sons

6.beautiful, graceful and well versed in all shastras.

(a) PQRS

(b) SPQR

(c) RQPS

(d) QRSP

Option:C .

Explanation: RQPS

Q337. 1. A minor ailment can be

P. to the doctor, but if neglected

Q. serious trouble requiring

R. easily cured with just a timely visit

S. it may spell

6.numerous trips to the hospital.

(a) QSPR

(b) SQRP

(c) PQRS

(d) RPSQ

Option: D.

Explanation: RPSQ

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Q338.1. It is pertinent to mention that heavy resources

P. scientists devote their entire life to explore

Q. discovering things that

R. the realities of nature for finding and

S. are assigned to developing of new knowledge and

6.are useful for the human beings.

(a) SRQP

(b) SRPQ

(c) SPRQ     

(d) RQSP

Option:C .

Explanation: SPRQ

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Q339. 1. She had understood

P. so she withdrew herself from the ordinary people

Q. like a curse to her father’s house

R. that God sent her

S. from her earliest childhood

6.and tried to live apart.

(a) SRQP

(b) PRQS

(c) QSPR

(d) QPRS

Option:A .

Explanation: SRQP

Q340. 1. A new report published

P. this week highlights trends

Q. in the religious demography

R. using a variety of surveys

S. of Northern Ireland

6.from 1989 to 2004.

(a) PQRS

(b) SRPQ

(c) PQSR

(d) PRSQ

Option:C .

Explanation: PQSR

Q341. 1. Even today in many countries.

P. neglected and there are far

Q. women continue to be

R. who have had the benefit of

S. fewer women than men

6.education and vocational training.

(a) PRQS                 

(b) QPSR

(c) SQRP

(d) RQPS

Option: B.

Explanation: QPSR

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Q342. 1. The camel has tough leathery lips

P. that will not sink in the sand

Q. and a reserve of food supply

R. broadened feet

S. capable of consuming the coarsest vegetation

6.in its humps.

(a) SRPQ

(b) SRQP

(c) RSQP

(d) RPQS

Option: D.

Explanation: RPQS

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Q343. 1. In less than a week

P. the processor controlled exchange

Q. have restored the functioning of

R. which had suffered

S. the telecommunication people

6.a major disaster

(a) PRSQ

(b) SRPQ

(c) PQSR

(d) SQPR

Option: D.

Explanation: SQPR

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Q344. 1. My friend suggested

P. my future plans

Q. to succeed R. well in advance

S. that I must chalk out

6.in my life.

(a) SPRQ

(b) SRQP

(c) QRPS

(d) SRPQ

Option:A .

Explanation: SPRQ

Q345. 1. Over population is

P. should be sown among

Q. in the path of India’s economic development

R. and family planning awareness

S. a hindrance

6.the younger generations.

(a) SRQP

(b) SQRP

(c) QSPR

(d) QPSR

Option:B .

Explanation: SQRP

Q346. 1. Yet so few of us have

P. walls of daily routine

Q. the time or the means

R. that enclose our lives

S. to break through the narrow

6.to get to know this land.

(a) SRQP

(b) RPSQ

(c) QSPR

(d) PQRS

Option:C .

Explanation: QSPR

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Q347. 1. A dictionary

P. arranged words

Q. about which information

R. containing alphabetically

S. is a book

6.is given.

(a) RPQS

(b) QRPS

(c) SRPQ

(d) SPRQ

Option:C .

Explanation: SRPQ

Q348. 1. When I wrote the following pages,

P. or rather the bulk of them

Q. in a house which

R. I lived alone in the wood

S. I had built myself and

6.had no source of income.

(a) PRQS

(b) SRPQ

(c) QRPS

(d) SRQP

Option:A .

Explanation: PRQS

Q349. 1. Meaning should flow

P. in a clear and

Q. carrying the argument

R. from one sentence to the next,

S. or point of view forward

6.concise manner

(a) QRPS

(b) RQPS

(c) RQSP

(d) PQSR

Option:C .

Explanation: RQSP

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Q350. 1. As my jogging-enthusiast sister

P. was often bothered by neighborhood dogs

Q. with a stick in hand,

R. her husband started to ac company her on a bicycle,

S. on her daily run,

6.to ward off any attackers.

(a) SPQR

(b) PSRQ

(c) RPQS

(d) PRSQ

Option:B .

Explanation: PSRQ

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Q351. 1. It is useful to distinguish.

P. basic research

Q. pure science, which involves

R. and applied science

S. between two forms of science

6.which involves technology.

(a) SRQP

(b) SQPR

(c) RQPS

(d) PRQS

Option:B .

Explanation: SQPR

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Q352. 1. Superstition and

P. the supposed powers

Q. thrive on

R. magical practices

S. of dreams to

6.foretell the future.

(a) SPQR

(b) PSQR

(c) RSQP

(d) RQPS

Option:D .

Explanation: RQPS

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Q353. 1. Generally speaking,

P. for me by those who have invited me or

Q. follow programs that have been worked out

R. who offer themselves as guides and usually in such cases

S. the journeys that I undertake for the purpose of publicity

6.find the things I have to do wearisome.

(a)RPQS

(b) SQPR

(c) QRPS

(d) PRSQ

Option:B .

Explanation: SQPR

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Q354. 1. The ever spiralling costs

P. to take another look

Q. at the plant remedies

R. of modem synthetic drugs

S. may force western medicine

6.used by the Third World Countries

(a) QRSP

(b) PSRQ

(c) QPSR

(d) RSPQ

Option:D .

Explanation: RSPQ

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Q355. 1. The people were reminded of

P. eradicating the

Q. the advantages of small families,

R. of healthy and happy children

S. and of the need for

6.age-old poverty.

(a) QPSR

(b) SPQR

(c) SRQP

(d) QRSP

Option: D.

Explanation: QRSP

Q356. 1. Actually for him

P. was more important than

Q. the development

R. into a free man

S. of the Indian

6.the freeing of India.

(a) QSRP

(b) SRQP

(c) PRQS

(d) RSQP

Option: A.

Explanation: QSRP

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Q357. 1. Those that have seen the Hindus

P. have naturally no more doubt

Q. of the existence of other persons

R. among them in their own country

S. of their existence than they have

6.whom they have met.

(a) PSQR

(b) RQPS

(c) PSRQ

(d) RPSQ

Option: D.

Explanation: RPSQ

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Q358. 1. It goes without

P. extra time

Q. you are spending

R. paid for all this

S. saying that you will be

6.on the project

(a) PQSR

(b) SRPQ

(c) SRQP

(d) PSRQ

Option:B .

Explanation: SRPQ

Q359. 1. During the reign of the Emperor Tiberius

P. called Phaedrus

Q. an Augustan story teller

R. translated Aesop's fables into Latin

S. in ancient Rome

6.and also added some tales of his own.

(a) QRPS

(b) PQRS

(c) SQPR

(d) RSPQ

Option:C .

Explanation: SQPR

Q360. 1. When the Governor

P. the bell had rung

Q. justice should be immediately

R. he ordered that

S. found out why

6.done to the horse

(a) RSPQ

(b) PQSR

(c) SPRQ

(d) SQRP

Option:C .

Explanation: SPRQ