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This EduRev document offers 10 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Para Jumbles (Level - 2). These questions are of Level - 2 difficulty and will assist you in the preparation of CAT & other MBA exams. You can practice/attempt these CAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and check the explanations for a better understanding of the topic.

Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:If sentence (3), 'India must be mindful, therefore, that in welcoming the U.S.'s categorisations of its security threats, it doesn't unthinkingly get swept into an American clinch' is the first sentence, what is the order of other sentences after rearrangement?

1. It would be wise to await a stabilisation in Mr. Trump's policies, or at least concrete action to back its words.
2. While the U.S. strategy deals with global concerns, the past year has seen American withdrawal from pacts ranging from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the Paris agreement on climate change.
3. India must be mindful, therefore, that in welcoming the U.S.'s categorisations of its security threats, it doesn't unthinkingly get swept into an American clinch.
4. For example, while the U.S. has talked of countering China's influence in South Asia, it has not backed this with actual financial assistance for infrastructure critical to the region.
5. To begin with, the U.S. articulation of its perceived challenges has swung wildly over the past year of the Trump administration.
6. Equally, while Mr. Trump's words on Pakistan and terrorism are sharp, the U.S. has yet to show its hand, either in terms of military action or withholding of coalition support funds.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: Starter to the following paragraph has been correctly provided in statement I. However, the other sentences in the paragraph have been jumbled up. Rearrange the sentences, such as to make coherent sense.

I. There may be much in Lucka's theories which will rouse the scepticism of the monists; some of his deductions may appear to his readers a little strained, but no thinking man or woman can read his brilliant Conclusion without denying him the tribute of sincere admiration.
A. The normal, healthy school-boy, preferring the company of his school-fellows to all others, shunning his mother and sisters, ashamed of his female relatives, is the modern individual representative of those early leagues and unions of young men who opposed matriarchy and finally brought about its overthrow and the establishment of male government.
B. As the human embryo passes through the principal stages of the development of the individual from lower forms of life, so the growing male must pass through the stages of psychical development through which the race has passed.
C. The gynecocratic government of prehistoric time is revived in the nursery, where the mother rules supreme and the sisters dominate.
D. In this last chapter he applies Haeckel's biogenetic law to the domain of the spirit.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:  Directions: Starter to the following paragraph has been correctly provided in statement I. However, the other sentences in the paragraph have been jumbled up. Rearrange the sentences, such as to make coherent sense.

I. We all know that savage nations accompany their dances by striking one object with another, sometimes by a clanking of stones, the pounding of wood, or perhaps the clashing of stone spearheads against wooden shields, meaning thus to express something that words cannot.
A. This more or less rhythmic clanking of stones together, the striking of wooden paddles against the side of a canoe, or the clashing of stone spearheads against wooden shields, could not constitute the first musical instrument, but certainly the first lessons in the human sense of of rhythm.
B. The sense of rhythm is highly developed even among those savage tribes which stand the lowest in the scale of civilization to-day.
C. This meaning changed naturally from its original one of being the simple expression of fear to that of welcoming a chieftain; we may still see a shadowy reminiscence of it in the manner in which the violinists of an orchestra applaud an honoured guest at one of our symphony concerts by striking the backs of their violins with their bows.
D. While this clashing of one object against another could not be called the beginning of music, and while it could not be said to originate a musical instrument, it did, nevertheless, bring into existence music's greatest prop, rhythm, an ally without which music would seem to be impossible.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: Rearrange the following five sentences in the proper sequence to form a coherent paragraph, and then answer the question given below.

(i) If no evil had existed in this world, man would never have dreamt of those numerous divinities to which he has rendered such various modes of worship.
(ii) The man, always contented, would only have occupied himself with satisfying his wants; with enjoying the present, with feeling the influence of objects, that would unceasingly warn him of his existence in a mode that he must necessarily approve; nothing would alarm his heart; everything would be analogous to his existence.
(iii) These feelings can only be the consequence of some troublesome sensation, which must have previously affected him, or which by disturbing the harmony of his machine, has interrupted the course of his happiness; which has shown him he is naked.
(iv) He would neither know fear, experience distrust, nor have in quietude for the future.
(v) If nature had permitted him easily to satisfy all his regenerating wants, if she had given him none but agreeable sensations, his days would have uninterruptedly rolled on in perpetual uniformity; he would never have discovered his own nakedness.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: Rearrange the following five sentences in the proper sequence to form a coherent paragraph, and then answer the question given below.

(i) If no evil had existed in this world, man would never have dreamt of those numerous divinities to which he has rendered such various modes of worship.
(ii) The man, always contented, would only have occupied himself with satisfying his wants; with enjoying the present, with feeling the influence of objects, that would unceasingly warn him of his existence in a mode that he must necessarily approve; nothing would alarm his heart; everything would be analogous to his existence.
(iii) These feelings can only be the consequence of some troublesome sensation, which must have previously affected him, or which by disturbing the harmony of his machine, has interrupted the course of his happiness; which has shown him he is naked.
(iv) He would neither know fear, experience distrust, nor have in quietude for the future.
(v) If nature had permitted him easily to satisfy all his regenerating wants, if she had given him none but agreeable sensations, his days would have uninterruptedly rolled on in perpetual uniformity; he would never have discovered his own nakedness.

Q. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form coherent paragraph. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the paragraph.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:If sentence (5), 'Whenever people who are willing to sell a commodity contact people who are willing to buy it, a market for that commodity is created' is the first sentence, what is the order of other sentences after rearrangement?

1. It can be said, however, that the price ruling in a market indicates the point where supply and demand meet.
2. They may meet in person, or they may communicate in some other way: by telephone or through their agents.
3. Here, there can be only one price for any given commodity: the lowest price which sellers will accept and the highest which consumers will pay.
4. But there are no really perfect markets, and each commodity market is subject to special conditions.
5. Whenever people who are willing to sell a commodity contact people who are willing to buy it, a market for that commodity is created.
6. In a perfect market, communications are easy, buyers and sellers are numerous and competition is completely free.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:  Directions: In the following question, five statements are provided. These statements form a coherent paragraph when properly arranged. Select the alternative representing the proper and logical sequencing of these statements in the question.

1. The adoption in the House of Commons of an amendment to the draft bill on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union has handed Prime Minister Theresa May a stinging defeat.
2. The significance of that role cannot be exaggerated, given that the residency status of millions of U.K. and EU citizens in a post-Brexit scenario are at stake, besides London's financial liabilities to the bloc.
3. But the legislative development on Wednesday, with Conservative rebels joining ranks with Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs, is an important guarantee of parliamentary scrutiny over the shape of London's future relationship with the EU.
4. The provision will ensure that legislators have a voice in finalising the terms of the exit agreement.
5. No less vital is the future of the border separating Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic.

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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form coherent paragraph. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the paragraph.
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Question for Practice Questions Level 2: Para Jumbles
Try yourself:Directions: In the following question, five statements are provided. These statements form a coherent paragraph when properly arranged. Select the alternative representing the proper and logical sequencing of these statements in the question.

1. While some of this food inflation could wane in the coming months, there is greater concern about the rise in core inflation (excluding food and fuel) and inflation imported through high global prices.
2. This reflects a broad-based price rise under way, although it is led by fuel inflation (at 7.2%, from 6.1% a month ago) and food inflation (4.4%, from 1.9% in October).
3. If the spectre of slower growth with weak exports at a time when global trade is recovering is not worrying enough, with job creation still to pick up, the latest inflation data set too is cause for concern.
4. Prices at the consumer level rose at the fastest pace in 15 months this November, with inflation touching 4.88%, up from 3.6% in October and just 1.5% in June.
5. Within food, rising onion and tomato prices pushed vegetable inflation to a 16-month high of 22.5%; inflation in egg prices quickened from 0.8% in October to 8% in November.

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