Rearrangement MCQ 1


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QUESTION: 1

(A) It requires families to cope with many challenges of maintaining the patient’s personal hygiene, delivery of medication, meal preparation, helping with home/ hospital errands and basic nursing care.
(B) But homecare is demanding for both the patient and the caregiver.
(C) This is where the struggle begins.
(D) It is no secret that after basic treatment at hospital, doctors often advise that cancer patients be looked after in a more comfortable and secure environment—at home.
(E) The industry is still in its nascent stage.
(F) The situation is worse in case of homecare attendants

Q.

Which of the following should be SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

(A) It requires families to cope with many challenges of maintaining the patient’s personal hygiene, delivery of medication, meal preparation, helping with home/ hospital errands and basic nursing care.
(B) But homecare is demanding for both the patient and the caregiver.
(C) This is where the struggle begins.
(D) It is no secret that after basic treatment at hospital, doctors often advise that cancer patients be looked after in a more comfortable and secure environment—at home.
(E) The industry is still in its nascent stage.
(F) The situation is worse in case of homecare attendants

Q.

Which of the following should be THIRD sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is C.

The correct sequence is  D B A C F E.

QUESTION: 3

(A) It requires families to cope with many challenges of maintaining the patient’s personal hygiene, delivery of medication, meal preparation, helping with home/ hospital errands and basic nursing care.
(B) But homecare is demanding for both the patient and the caregiver.
(C) This is where the struggle begins.
(D) It is no secret that after basic treatment at hospital, doctors often advise that cancer patients be looked after in a more comfortable and secure environment—at home.
(E) The industry is still in its nascent stage.
(F) The situation is worse in case of homecare attendants

Q.

Which of the following should be FOURTH sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is D.
 The correct sequence will be D B A C F E.

QUESTION: 4

(A) It requires families to cope with many challenges of maintaining the patient’s personal hygiene, delivery of medication, meal preparation, helping with home/ hospital errands and basic nursing care.
(B) But homecare is demanding for both the patient and the caregiver.
(C) This is where the struggle begins.
(D) It is no secret that after basic treatment at hospital, doctors often advise that cancer patients be looked after in a more comfortable and secure environment—at home.
(E) The industry is still in its nascent stage.
(F) The situation is worse in case of homecare attendants

Q.

Which of the following is FIRST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

(A) It requires families to cope with many challenges of maintaining the patient’s personal hygiene, delivery of medication, meal preparation, helping with home/ hospital errands and basic nursing care.
(B) But homecare is demanding for both the patient and the caregiver.
(C) This is where the struggle begins.
(D) It is no secret that after basic treatment at hospital, doctors often advise that cancer patients be looked after in a more comfortable and secure environment—at home.
(E) The industry is still in its nascent stage.
(F) The situation is worse in case of homecare attendants

Q.

Which of the following should be last sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

(A) A protocol of mutually beneficial restraints and responsibilities is at the heart of the social compact.
(B) The “authority” has a duty to protect the citizens from harm from other nations, as also to impose reasonable restrictions in order to ensure an ordered & just social existence.
(C) For instance, a motorist halts at a red light in the reciprocal expectation that the other motorists too would observe the traffic rule.
(D) An established order rests on a social compact, in which everyone undertakes to observe restraint on his freedom in exchange for a minimum expectation of security of life & liberty.
(E) In return, the citizens offer allegiance to the nation–state & undertake to obey reasonable laws reasonably crafted and reasonably enforced.
(F) Then, there is the traffic policeman to see to it that everyone gets to use the road safety with minimum of inconvenience.

Q.

Which is the SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

(A) A protocol of mutually beneficial restraints and responsibilities is at the heart of the social compact.
(B) The “authority” has a duty to protect the citizens from harm from other nations, as also to impose reasonable restrictions in order to ensure an ordered & just social existence.
(C) For instance, a motorist halts at a red light in the reciprocal expectation that the other motorists too would observe the traffic rule.
(D) An established order rests on a social compact, in which everyone undertakes to observe restraint on his freedom in exchange for a minimum expectation of security of life & liberty.
(E) In return, the citizens offer allegiance to the nation–state & undertake to obey reasonable laws reasonably crafted and reasonably enforced.
(F) Then, there is the traffic policeman to see to it that everyone gets to use the road safety with minimum of inconvenience.

Q.

Which is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

(A) A protocol of mutually beneficial restraints and responsibilities is at the heart of the social compact.
(B) The “authority” has a duty to protect the citizens from harm from other nations, as also to impose reasonable restrictions in order to ensure an ordered & just social existence.
(C) For instance, a motorist halts at a red light in the reciprocal expectation that the other motorists too would observe the traffic rule.
(D) An established order rests on a social compact, in which everyone undertakes to observe restraint on his freedom in exchange for a minimum expectation of security of life & liberty.
(E) In return, the citizens offer allegiance to the nation–state & undertake to obey reasonable laws reasonably crafted and reasonably enforced.
(F) Then, there is the traffic policeman to see to it that everyone gets to use the road safety with minimum of inconvenience.

Q.

Which is the last SIXTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

(A) A protocol of mutually beneficial restraints and responsibilities is at the heart of the social compact.
(B) The “authority” has a duty to protect the citizens from harm from other nations, as also to impose reasonable restrictions in order to ensure an ordered & just social existence.
(C) For instance, a motorist halts at a red light in the reciprocal expectation that the other motorists too would observe the traffic rule.
(D) An established order rests on a social compact, in which everyone undertakes to observe restraint on his freedom in exchange for a minimum expectation of security of life & liberty.
(E) In return, the citizens offer allegiance to the nation–state & undertake to obey reasonable laws reasonably crafted and reasonably enforced.
(F) Then, there is the traffic policeman to see to it that everyone gets to use the road safety with minimum of inconvenience.

Q.

Which is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

(A) A protocol of mutually beneficial restraints and responsibilities is at the heart of the social compact.
(B) The “authority” has a duty to protect the citizens from harm from other nations, as also to impose reasonable restrictions in order to ensure an ordered & just social existence.
(C) For instance, a motorist halts at a red light in the reciprocal expectation that the other motorists too would observe the traffic rule.
(D) An established order rests on a social compact, in which everyone undertakes to observe restraint on his freedom in exchange for a minimum expectation of security of life & liberty.
(E) In return, the citizens offer allegiance to the nation–state & undertake to obey reasonable laws reasonably crafted and reasonably enforced.
(F) Then, there is the traffic policeman to see to it that everyone gets to use the road safety with minimum of inconvenience.

Q.

Which is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

(A) This has made, it difficult for women to free themselves from violent relationship and claim relief.
(B) The land rights of women have been a vexatious issue.
(C) To make this change more effective, related reforms such as joint holding of land by women groups that would help them access financial assistance should also be implemented.
(D) Despite 75 per cent of India’s working women being involved in agriculture, the state has invariably ignored them and allotted land to the male head of a family.
(E) The draft policy has done the right thing by recommending future allotments in their name.

Q.

Which of the following is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

(A) This has made, it difficult for women to free themselves from violent relationship and claim relief.
(B) The land rights of women have been a vexatious issue.
(C) To make this change more effective, related reforms such as joint holding of land by women groups that would help them access financial assistance should also be implemented.
(D) Despite 75 per cent of India’s working women being involved in agriculture, the state has invariably ignored them and allotted land to the male head of a family.
(E) The draft policy has done the right thing by recommending future allotments in their name.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

(A) This has made, it difficult for women to free themselves from violent relationship and claim relief.
(B) The land rights of women have been a vexatious issue.
(C) To make this change more effective, related reforms such as joint holding of land by women groups that would help them access financial assistance should also be implemented.
(D) Despite 75 per cent of India’s working women being involved in agriculture, the state has invariably ignored them and allotted land to the male head of a family.
(E) The draft policy has done the right thing by recommending future allotments in their name.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

(A) This has made, it difficult for women to free themselves from violent relationship and claim relief.
(B) The land rights of women have been a vexatious issue.
(C) To make this change more effective, related reforms such as joint holding of land by women groups that would help them access financial assistance should also be implemented.
(D) Despite 75 per cent of India’s working women being involved in agriculture, the state has invariably ignored them and allotted land to the male head of a family.
(E) The draft policy has done the right thing by recommending future allotments in their name.

Q.

Which of the following is the SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

(A) This has made, it difficult for women to free themselves from violent relationship and claim relief.
(B) The land rights of women have been a vexatious issue.
(C) To make this change more effective, related reforms such as joint holding of land by women groups that would help them access financial assistance should also be implemented.
(D) Despite 75 per cent of India’s working women being involved in agriculture, the state has invariably ignored them and allotted land to the male head of a family.
(E) The draft policy has done the right thing by recommending future allotments in their name.

Q.

Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

(A) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.
(B) The popetitive pressures aslicy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to com was the case with Tavera.
(C) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.
(D) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall.
(E) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

(A) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.
(B) The policy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to competitive pressures as was the case with Tavera.
(C) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.
(D) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall.
(E) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

Q.

Which of the following is the FORTH sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is C.
The correct formation of the sentence will be 
D A E C B.
 

QUESTION: 18

(A) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.
(B) The policy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to competitive pressures as was the case with Tavera.
(C) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.
(D) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall.
(E) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

Q.

Which of the following is the SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

(A) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.
(B) The policy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to competitive pressures as was the case with Tavera.
(C) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.
(D) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall.
(E) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:

Correct Answer :- d

Explanation : Correct order is : 

a) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall

b) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.

c) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

d) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.

e) The policy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to competitive pressures as was the case with Tavera.

QUESTION: 20

(A) As part of such a policy, it should create an online database of vehicle recalls in the country that sets out the reason, the defect and the solution for the benefit of consumers.
(B) The policy should also prescribe strict penalties for recalls that arise from negligence or a deliberate attempt to cut corners due to competitive pressures as was the case with Tavera.
(C) It has such a website which not only details all motor- vehicle recalls but also allows buyers to report technical defects that could be a potential safety issue.
(D) It is time for the government to frame a comprehensive policy for vehicle recall.
(E) The U.S has a mandatory recall policy for this.

Q.

Which of the following is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:

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