ordering of words in a sentence - test-05

Ordering of Words in a Sentence
Directions: In the following items some parts of the sentence have been jumbled up. You are required to re-arrange these parts that are labeled P, Q, R and S to produce the correct sentence.

1. (P) will normally be granted
(Q) candidates should note
(R) that no request for
(S) change of centre

2. (P) he told the journalists
(Q)that the government must take firm action
(R)that the meeting unanimously decided
(S)after coming out of the Conference Hall

3. (1) Freedom, which
(P) in the sense
(Q) that a wide gylf separates
(R) a modern woman enjoys,
(S) is the restricted kind,
(6) the rich and the poor women.

4. (1) They would gather information
(P) and then report the findings
(Q) of the lands
(R) through which they travelled
(S) about the wealth and military strength
(6) to the king

5. (1) Under the present system
(P) teaching
(Q) of mass education by classes
(R) and too little on
(S) too much stress is laid on
(6) active learning.

6. Milton said that
(P) those persons
(Q) would be damned
(R) who do not obey
(S) God's commands

7. This is a letter
(P) from a young lady
(Q) who was lately wounded in a duel
(R)written in the most passionate terms
(S) wherein she laments the misfortune of a gentleman.

8. (1) They're mostly people
(P) and they find the club very I convenient,
(Q) to get a reasonable meal
(R) who work in the neighbourhood,
(S) because it enables them
(6) without too much trouble

9. (1) I am of the opinion that
(P) a terrible mistake
(Q) our Govt.
(R) is making
(S) by discontinuing the tram lines
(6) in Calcutta

10. (P) We must read
(Q) if we want to absorb the fruits of great literature
(R). but with concentration
(S) them not as we do cricket stories

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{[as + adjective + as
as + adverb + as]
+ noun/pronoun/clause}
  • We use as ... as ... to say that two things are the same in some way.
      She's as tall as her brother.
      Can a man run as fast as a horse?
      It's not as good as I expected.
  • We can use object pronouns (me, him etc) after as, especially in an informal style.
      She doesn't sing as well as me
      In a formal style, we use subject + verb.
      She doesn't sing as well as I do.
  • After not, we can use as ... as ... or so ... as
      She's not as/so pretty as her sister.
  • Note the structure half as ... as ; twice as ... as ...; three times as ... as ; etc.
      The green one isn't half as good as the blue one.
      A colour TV is twice as expensive as a black and white.
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