Sentence Ordering Questions and Answers
Sentence Ordering Questions
Definition of Sentence Ordering
Sentence ordering is a term or a verbal question format that is used to arrange the given jumbled sentences in a logical order to extract a meaningful passage out of it. These sentences can be divided into 5-6 parts with the aim that the student arranges them in a manner to fulfill the need of giving a meaning to it as a whole.
- analytical skills in grammar to understand the theme.
- Good critical thinking skills to arrange the sentences logically
- Grammatical knowledge to connect the sentences correctly.
Rules For Sentence Ordering
- Read all the sentences
- Understand the theme
- Find the link between the sentences
- Sentence Transition is important
- Identify Grammar clues
- Look out for some connecting words
Tips to solve Sentence Ordering:
Spotting the opening sentence – Arrange the jumbled sentences to identify the opening sentence.
Identify the closing sentence – you need to figure out the closing sentence of the passage by reading all the sentences thoroughly.
Spotting the transition words or the linking words – look for the transition words that make movement between the passage easy.
Identifying the pronoun antecedents – spot nd identify the pronouns to link the sentences in a better way.
Relative pronoun: who, whom, whose, which.
Demonstrative pronoun: this, that, these, those.
Personal pronoun: he, she, him, her, you, they, it.