Rearrangement MCQ 2


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QUESTION: 1

A) Vedanta, our most valuable heritage, gives us this understanding.
B) Body, mind and intellect need careful management and guidance
C) Read it, reflect over its message and apply it in your life.
D) If not managed or mismanaged the same instruments that are designed to give us success; happiness and spiritual enlightenment become the source of strife and stress.
E) Understand yourself. Your body comprises your outer personality, whereas your inner personality comprises the mind, the realm of feelings and emotions.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIRST sentences?

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

A) Vedanta, our most valuable heritage, gives us this understanding.
B) Body, mind and intellect need careful management and guidance
C) Read it, reflect over its message and apply it in your life.
D) If not managed or mismanaged the same instruments that are designed to give us success; happiness and spiritual enlightenment become the source of strife and stress.
E) Understand yourself. Your body comprises your outer personality, whereas your inner personality comprises the mind, the realm of feelings and emotions.

Q.

Which is the SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

A) Vedanta, our most valuable heritage, gives us this understanding.
B) Body, mind and intellect need careful management and guidance
C) Read it, reflect over its message and apply it in your life.
D) If not managed or mismanaged the same instruments that are designed to give us success; happiness and spiritual enlightenment become the source of strife and stress.
E) Understand yourself. Your body comprises your outer personality, whereas your inner personality comprises the mind, the realm of feelings and emotions.

Q.

Which is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

A) Vedanta, our most valuable heritage, gives us this understanding.
B) Body, mind and intellect need careful management and guidance
C) Read it, reflect over its message and apply it in your life.
D) If not managed or mismanaged the same instruments that are designed to give us success; happiness and spiritual enlightenment become the source of strife and stress.
E) Understand yourself. Your body comprises your outer personality, whereas your inner personality comprises the mind, the realm of feelings and emotions.

Q.

Which is the FOURTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

A) Vedanta, our most valuable heritage, gives us this understanding.
B) Body, mind and intellect need careful management and guidance
C) Read it, reflect over its message and apply it in your life.
D) If not managed or mismanaged the same instruments that are designed to give us success; happiness and spiritual enlightenment become the source of strife and stress.
E) Understand yourself. Your body comprises your outer personality, whereas your inner personality comprises the mind, the realm of feelings and emotions.

Q.

Which is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

A) It is a basic prerequisite to practice modern medicine (allopathy)
B) IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country both in urban & rural areas.
C) In a shocking representation of the lack of essential healthcare, the largest chunk of doctors in the country does not hold the MBBS degree.
D) Instead, they have degrees of alternative medicine like ayurveda or homeopathy but they may still be prescribing a significant portion of allopathic medicines.
E) It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories - quacks with no qualification, whatsoever, secondly practitioners of Indian Medicine and lastly practitioners of so called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro- homeopathy, indo- allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.

Q.

Which of the following is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is A.
The sequence is ACDBE.

QUESTION: 7

A) It is a basic prerequisite to practice modern medicine (allopathy)
B) IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country both in urban & rural areas.
C) In a shocking representation of the lack of essential healthcare, the largest chunk of doctors in the country does not hold the MBBS degree.
D) Instead, they have degrees of alternative medicine like ayurveda or homeopathy but they may still be prescribing a significant portion of allopathic medicines.
E) It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories - quacks with no qualification, whatsoever, secondly practitioners of Indian Medicine and lastly practitioners of so called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro- homeopathy, indo- allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

A) It is a basic prerequisite to practice modern medicine (allopathy)
B) IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country both in urban & rural areas.
C) In a shocking representation of the lack of essential healthcare, the largest chunk of doctors in the country does not hold the MBBS degree.
D) Instead, they have degrees of alternative medicine like ayurveda or homeopathy but they may still be prescribing a significant portion of allopathic medicines.
E) It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories - quacks with no qualification, whatsoever, secondly practitioners of Indian Medicine and lastly practitioners of so called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro- homeopathy, indo- allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.

Q.

Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is A.
The correct sequence is A C D B E 

QUESTION: 9

A) It is a basic prerequisite to practice modern medicine (allopathy)
B) IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country both in urban & rural areas.
C) In a shocking representation of the lack of essential healthcare, the largest chunk of doctors in the country does not hold the MBBS degree.
D) Instead, they have degrees of alternative medicine like ayurveda or homeopathy but they may still be prescribing a significant portion of allopathic medicines.
E) It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories - quacks with no qualification, whatsoever, secondly practitioners of Indian Medicine and lastly practitioners of so called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro- homeopathy, indo- allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.

Q.

Which of the following is the last sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

A) It is a basic prerequisite to practice modern medicine (allopathy)
B) IMA says on its website that quacks are increasing in the country both in urban & rural areas.
C) In a shocking representation of the lack of essential healthcare, the largest chunk of doctors in the country does not hold the MBBS degree.
D) Instead, they have degrees of alternative medicine like ayurveda or homeopathy but they may still be prescribing a significant portion of allopathic medicines.
E) It further divides quacks amongst three basic categories - quacks with no qualification, whatsoever, secondly practitioners of Indian Medicine and lastly practitioners of so called integrated medicine, alternative system of medicine, electro- homeopathy, indo- allopathy etc terms which do not exist in any Act.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:

C is the correct option. The very first sentence of the para should sound like a beginning of a new topic and sentence C is the starting of a topic.
 

QUESTION: 11

A) This practice enhances spirituality and makes the individual an intellectually developed person.
B) This holy month of Ramadan comes to its conclusion with the festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which is the festival of the breaking of the month- long fast.
C) In other words, the month of Ramadan is meant for the acquisition of divine wisdom from the Book of God to make one a more awakened person.
D) During the month of Ramadan, people practice fasting. This fasting has a greater purpose; that is, studying the Quran and finding the deeper meaning of the word of God.
E) Breaking the fast in its extended sense is bringing to an end the secluded life that was required during the month of Ramadan.

Q.

Which is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

A) This practice enhances spirituality and makes the individual an intellectually developed person.
B) This holy month of Ramadan comes to its conclusion with the festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which is the festival of the breaking of the month- long fast.
C) In other words, the month of Ramadan is meant for the acquisition of divine wisdom from the Book of God to make one a more awakened person.
D) During the month of Ramadan, people practice fasting. This fasting has a greater purpose; that is, studying the Quran and finding the deeper meaning of the word of God.
E) Breaking the fast in its extended sense is bringing to an end the secluded life that was required during the month of Ramadan.

Q.

Which should be the SECOND sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

A) This practice enhances spirituality and makes the individual an intellectually developed person.
B) This holy month of Ramadan comes to its conclusion with the festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which is the festival of the breaking of the month- long fast.
C) In other words, the month of Ramadan is meant for the acquisition of divine wisdom from the Book of God to make one a more awakened person.
D) During the month of Ramadan, people practice fasting. This fasting has a greater purpose; that is, studying the Quran and finding the deeper meaning of the word of God.
E) Breaking the fast in its extended sense is bringing to an end the secluded life that was required during the month of Ramadan.

Q.

Which is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:

The correct option is B.
The correct order of the sentence should be DCABE
 

QUESTION: 14

A) This practice enhances spirituality and makes the individual an intellectually developed person.
B) This holy month of Ramadan comes to its conclusion with the festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which is the festival of the breaking of the month- long fast.
C) In other words, the month of Ramadan is meant for the acquisition of divine wisdom from the Book of God to make one a more awakened person.
D) During the month of Ramadan, people practice fasting. This fasting has a greater purpose; that is, studying the Quran and finding the deeper meaning of the word of God.
E) Breaking the fast in its extended sense is bringing to an end the secluded life that was required during the month of Ramadan.

Q.

Which should be the FOURTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

A) This practice enhances spirituality and makes the individual an intellectually developed person.
B) This holy month of Ramadan comes to its conclusion with the festival of Eid-al-Fitr, which is the festival of the breaking of the month- long fast.
C) In other words, the month of Ramadan is meant for the acquisition of divine wisdom from the Book of God to make one a more awakened person.
D) During the month of Ramadan, people practice fasting. This fasting has a greater purpose; that is, studying the Quran and finding the deeper meaning of the word of God.
E) Breaking the fast in its extended sense is bringing to an end the secluded life that was required during the month of Ramadan.

Q.

Which should be the concluding sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

A) There is hardly a paid parking facility in the city that works efficiently.
B) Most do not even bother to check if the lot is full and keep issuing slips.
C) Despite all this, more parking spaces are being converted into paid ones but the existing ones have not been spruced up.
D) While there is no effort by the administration to control this and act against errant contractors.
E) The contractors only collect money at the entrance but are not concerned with any harm to or theft of vehicles.

Q.

Which of the following is the LAST sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

A) There is hardly a paid parking facility in the city that works efficiently.
B) Most do not even bother to check if the lot is full and keep issuing slips.
C) Despite all this, more parking spaces are being converted into paid ones but the existing ones have not been spruced up.
D) While there is no effort by the administration to control this and act against errant contractors.
​E) The contractors only collect money at the entrance but are not concerned with any harm to or theft of vehicles.

Q.

Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

A) There is hardly a paid parking facility in the city that works efficiently.
B) Most do not even bother to check if the lot is full and keep issuing slips.
C) Despite all this, more parking spaces are being converted into paid ones but the existing ones have not been spruced up.
D) While there is no effort by the administration to control this and act against errant contractors.
​E) The contractors only collect money at the entrance but are not concerned with any harm to or theft of vehicles.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

A) There is hardly a paid parking facility in the city that works efficiently.
B) Most do not even bother to check if the lot is full and keep issuing slips.
C) Despite all this, more parking spaces are being converted into paid ones but the existing ones have not been spruced up.
D) While there is no effort by the administration to control this and act against errant contractors.
​E) The contractors only collect money at the entrance but are not concerned with any harm to or theft of vehicles.

Q.

Which of the following is the THIRD sentence?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

A) There is hardly a paid parking facility in the city that works efficiently.
B) Most do not even bother to check if the lot is full and keep issuing slips.
C) Despite all this, more parking spaces are being converted into paid ones but the existing ones have not been spruced up.
D) While there is no effort by the administration to control this and act against errant contractors.
​E) The contractors only collect money at the entrance but are not concerned with any harm to or theft of vehicles.

Q.

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence?

Solution:

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