Para Jumbles Questions and Answers

Para Jumbles Questions​

Simple Interest Questions and Answers

Definition of Para Jumbles

The concept revolves around sorting the sentences in order to make an aligned yet logical paragraph or passage. 

These types of questions are mostly pretty evident in a number of competitive examinations as well as have grown an essential part of the examinations in recent years. The major reason for the same is to judge the ability of students concerning English language and their skill to form a coherent paragraph; which may further define their English communication skills.

Check out the below-mentioned rules related to Para Jumble questions:

  • Reading the paragraphs and understanding the tone of the passage is essential to detangle the paragraphs.
  • The key skill here is to get how sentences and paragraphs connect with the other to form an aligned passage.
  • You can often get the hints of the first paragraph with the help of cliché starting lines and words. So try to identify those to find next in line.
  • One should understand how each paragraph in the passage or text transition from one to another.
  • Re-reading the paragraph after sorting it is important in order to analyze any mistakes if any.
  • Grammar clues in the paragraphs can sometimes confuse you to place it wrongly.

Question 1

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph
a. The pudding seems to have two principal forums.
b. There were mainly bulwarks against winters, the hoarded dregs of more plentiful seasons.
c. Subsequently people baked into a kind of pie, adding bread crumbs for bulk, eggs to bind it and upping the dried fruits and called it plum pudding.
d. The first were the earliest mince pies, which saw cooked, shredded meat, dried fruits, alcohol with its preservative qualities and perhaps few spices or herbs, all encased in lager pies.
e. The second main pudding was porridge or soup called frumenty, a fast dish, cracked meat, currants and almonds which laded out at start of a meal.

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Question 2

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph
a. There new publication on this subject is attempted to lend teachers a helping hand.
b. Environment education unit of centre for science and environment has always been working towards providing easy to understand reading material.
c. And natural resources how to share and care.
d. It unfolds in two sections- climate change : how to make sense of it all
e. However they are introduced to students not as a paragraph to memorize but as an activity to do.

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Question 3

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph
a. As the situation escalated with rapes, murders, burning of property looting and displacement of thousands of people throughout the country the international community were urged.
b. Many countries responded providing essential humanitarian assistance and logistical support.
c. The post election crisis in Kenya remains unsolved.
d. The damage being done to the country’s economy is severe tourism, horticulture and other industries that depend on the trade beyond the Kenyan border are reeling.
e. Thousands of livelihoods along with investments throughout the region are threatened and collapsing.

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Question 4

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.

a. As a result Indian people have been left subjected to high cost of living and inflation.
b. Economists all over the world have expressed anxiety in this regard.
c. But one of the primary reasons for such a situation has been Indian Government’s inability to take tough decisions.
d. Indian economy has not shown desirable growth in recent years.
e. Grim global economics scenario has also contributed to this problem and it seems a quick fix solution is yet far away.

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Question 5

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. People started fearing a famine.
b. The monsoon failed and water tanks became almost empty
c. Monsoon turned out to be unusually abundant and the danger was averted.
d. So no grain could be sown by the farmers in their fields.
e. Farmers look anxiously for the next monsoon.

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Question 6

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. it involves seeing and realizing a vision of future market, products and other opportunities.
b. Entrepreneurial knowledge is essentially intuitive.
c. To deal with uncertainty and ignorance economists have recognized the entrepreneur as possessing this non rational from of knowledge.
d. Like some ancient priest king the entrepreneur knows the future and leads the way.
e. Ignorance is opposite of knowledge i.e. want of knowledge.

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Question 7

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. In 1999two third of the debt rated triple B by standard and poor was precede within 20 basis point of the average bond with same ratings.
b. It seems a bond rating tells you even less about the price that investors are willing to pay.
c. Lately the credit rating agencies have struggled to keep up.
d. Their meticulous reports giving ratings for corporate bond are designed to give accurate picture of bonds riskiness and ultimate the probability of top management.
e. The credit rating agencies use legions of high trained analyst with access to top management.

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Question 8

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. We have paid a terrible price for our education such as it.
b. Wonder is marvelous but is also cruel, cruel, cruel.
c. We have educated ourselves into world from which wonder has been banished.
d. Of course wonder is costly because it is antithesis of the anxiously worshipped security.
e. The magician world view in so far as it exists, has taken flight into science.

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Question 9

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. Like a driver changing tire in the middle of the highway they hope an oncoming vehicle will not hit them before their work is done.
b. Some business executives have adapted a veil and see attitude.
c. Others are too busy bailing themselves out of trouble caused by the changes that have taken place around them to have any time to reflect on the future.
d. Like deer caught in the headlight of an oncoming truck, they risk being turn over.
e. Discussion with several executives in both situation shows that they recognize the danger is not applying them to understanding the shape of future.

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Question 10

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.

a. That truth is the first casualty in a war is an old story.
b. The media age however has given it a new twist.

c. The US led war on terrorism even as it has created new dilemmas for allies used to nurture militant outfit for waging wars also produce new opportunity for cover ups double speaks and double cross.
d. And the television camera age can make them more ore entertaining.
e. The media age however has given it a new twist.

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Question 11

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. Since it has risen dramatically the rise has been greatest in the 20th century.
b. It is not so much the actual population as its rate of increase that is alarming.
c. The population has recently risen to about six billion: it is three times as large as it was in 1960.
d. One major problem that faces the world today is the rapid growth of population
e. Until about 800 Ad the world’s population stayed below 200 million.

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Question 12

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. No wonder a reader becomes a book lover.
b. As our friends sometimes are
c. Our friends may change or die but our books are always patiently waiting to talk to us.
d. They never cross peevish or unwilling to converse.
e. Books are the most faithful of friends.

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Question 13

Time: 00:00:00
Arrange the following sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
a. Science has given us powers fit for the gods, yet we use them like little children.
b. Already most men spend most of their lives looking after and waiting upon machines.
c. Machines were made to be man’s servant, yet have grown so dependent on them that they are in a fair way to become his masters.
d. The third great defect of our civilization is that is does not know what to do with its knowledge.
e. For example we do not know how to manage our machines.

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