Jumbled Sentences | Sentence Rearrangement

Jumbled Sentences | Sentence Rearrangement

“Jumbled Sentences | Sentence Rearrangement” is a common chapter in many  Board and Competitive exams such as CBSE 10th SSC, Bank, UPSC  and other exams. In this question, a few sentences are given. A candidate has to arrange in chronological orders to convey the message of the passage most appropriately. Many students learn a lot of tricks to make his and her “Jumbled sentences | Sentence Rearrangement” strong. Sometimes, A student gets confused at the time of choosing the right answer among the given options.

Let’s learn about Jumbled Sentences…

Jumbled | Sentence Rearrangement Question Type

Jumbled Sentence Rearrangement Question Type

Nowadays, Competitive exams have become more advanced. The present exams cover 4 types of Jumbled rearrangement.

  1. Single Sentence Jumbled Rearrangement.
  2. Set Line Jumbled Rearrangement
  3. Para Jumble Rearrangement
  4. Data Elimination and Addition Rearrangement

Single Sentence Jumbled Rearrangement

Single Sentence Jumbled Rearrangement has only a single sentence. This sentence is divided into three or four parts. Students have to arrange these parts to sentences Grammatically Correct. Grammar is the key factor to arrange this sentence correctly. this type of questions come CBSE board exam.

Example Question: the people / of / influence / it / the mind / a / deep / exercises / upon
After Sentence Rearrangement: It exercises a deep influence upon the mind of the people.

Set Line Jumbled Rearrangement

Set Line Jumbled Rearrangement has two set lines. Those lines position can not be changed. a candidate has to arrange rest of lines to convey the message of the passage most appropriately. Good reading skill and Analogy play a key role to rearrange those jumbled sentence. SSC and UPSC usually ask those type of Jumbled Sentences in CGL, MTS, NDA and other exams.

Example Question: the following question, there are six sentences marked S1, S6, P, Q, R, S the position of S1 and S6 are fixed, you are required to one of the four alternatives which would be the most logical sequence of the sentences in the passage.

S1 Helen Keller has an ageless quality about her in keeping with her amazing life story.
P. Although warmed by this human reaction, She has no wish to sit aside from the rest of mankind.
Q. She is an inspiration to both blind and the seeing everywhere.
R. When she visited Japan after World war II, boys and girls from the remote village ran to her crying “Helen Keller”.
S. Blind, deaf and mute from early childhood she rose above her triple handicap to become one of the best-known characters in the modern world.
S6. She believes the blind should live and work with their fellow, with full responsibilities.
A. RSQP
B. RSPQ
C. SRQP
D. SQRP
Ans: D

Para Jumble Rearrangement

Para Jumbled Rearrangement consists of a few sentences that are not arranged in a logical order. Candidates have to find out the correct sequence of the sentence to convey the message of the passage most appropriately.

Example Question: Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.

(A) The blame for lacking creativity is, however, put on the present generation by the modern educationists
(B) The concept of homework began so that the pupils could revise that was being taught in the class.
(C) By doing so, most of the schools took away the leisure time of the children.
(D) Instead, these educationists should suggest lowering the burden of homework to the commission of education reforms.
(E) The purpose of this concept was however defeated when the schools overburdening students so-called homework.
(F) Lack of such leisure time does not allow the children to develop creative pursuits.

Q 1. Which of the sentences should come “Fifth” in the paragraph?
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
(5) F
Ans: (1) A

Q 2. Which of the sentences should come in the last “Sixth” paragraph?
(1) A
(2) B
(3) F
(4) D
(5) C
Ans: (4) D

Q 3. Which of the sentences should come in the “First” paragraph?
(1) F
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
(5) E
Ans: (2) B

Q 4. Which of the sentences should come “Second” in the paragraph?
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
(5) E
Ans: (5) E

Q 5. Which of the sentences should come in the “Third” paragraph?
(1) A
(2) B
(3) C
(4) D
(5) E
Ans: (3) C

Data Elimination and Addition Rearrangement

Data Elimination and Addition Rearrangement is the most advanced question especially IBPS, SBI, CAT, MAT exams. It is a mixture of Reading skill, General Aptitude and Analogy. In this question, A student has to rearrange a Para Jumbled along with eliminating and add some data that was given in the options.

Elimination Key Factors: Always eliminate unimportant information. It may be an example and Quotations and Distract sentence.

How to Solve Jumbled Sentences 

How to Solve Jumbled Sentences 

Solving a Jumbled is not rocket science. A student who has good command at those points (Given in the Index below)can easily arrange a Jumbled.

  • Vocabulary
  • Reading Skill
  • Grammar
  • Chronology
  • Common Sense

If you have good command at those points then you can solve a jumble flowing those steps.

  • Identify the first sentence
  • Identify the last part
  • Identification the central part of the jumble.
  • Make the relevant pairs of sentences.
  • Correlate The Jumbled.

How to identify the first sentence of Jumbled Sentence?

The First Sentence of Jumbled always starts with the proper subject. Proper subject may be a Proper noun, Time tag, Question and Introductory Sentence.

Caution: Preposition, Conjunction, Pronoun (Pronoun “WE” is an exceptional case.), Connecting Words can not be the first sentence of the Jumbled.

How to identify the last part of Jumbled Sentence?

The Last Part of Jumbled Sentence always shows Result, Conclusion, Future, Future advice. To find out those points, a student has to read given sentences carefully. Here are some helping keywords which help you to find out the last past of the sentence.

Keywords: Finely, Eventually, At last, Thus, Therefore, Hence, To Conclude (With) As A Final Point, Last But Not Least, In The End, Lastly,  As A Result (Of This),  Consequently, For This Reason, Because (Of This),  In Consequence, So That,  Accordingly, As A Consequence,  So Much (So) That,  So, That Being So, Necessarily, Ergo

How to identify the Central part of Jumbled Sentence?

The Central parts of Jumbled always focus on the main problem, and have linking words, and propose conjunction, Shorts Forms, Pronouns. Here are some helping keywords which help you to find out the Central past of the sentence.

Keywords: But, And, However, then, That but, by way of contrast, while, on the other hand,  however,   (and) yet,  whereas,  though (final position), in contrast,  when in fact,  conversely,  still.

How to make the relevant pairs of sentences!

It is a tough job, But it becomes easy if you know Conjunction and chronology, Tense sequence and you must use your common sense.

Establish a rational relation between the sentences and try to make at least one pair. If you are lucky then you can find more than one pair. If you have three pairs than jumble becomes easier.

Correlate The Jumbled Sentences

Correlate the Jumbled Sentence, It is not a big deal. A candidate can easily correlate the sentence if he follows the given index. Keep a noun then after pronoun. This index makes your work a Piece of Cake.

BeforeAfter
NounPronoun
Full-FormShot Form
Opening SentenceClosing Sentence
ProblemsSolution
QuestionAnswer
EffortResult
Past, PresentFuture
StatementExample

 

The Jumbled Sentence Test Details 

Jumbled Sentence Test

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Jumbled Sentence | Sentence Rearrangement Set-1

Instructions:

In each of the following questions, there are six sentences marked S1, S6, P, Q, R, S the position of S1 and S6 are fixed, you are required to one of the four alternatives which would be the most logical sequence of the sentences in the passage.
Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.
Click the ‘Finish quiz’ button to Submit your answers.
Don’t refresh the page or click back button of browser. your work will be lost.
If you want to give the answer to the question later, click the Review Question button.

Jumbled Sentence | Sentence Rearrangement Set-2

Instructions:

In each of the following questions, there are six sentences marked S1, S6, P, Q, R, S the position of S1 and S6 are fixed, you are required to one of the four alternatives which would be the most logical sequence of the sentences in the passage.
Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.
Click the ‘Finish quiz’ button to Submit your answers.
Don’t refresh the page or click back button of browser. your work will be lost.
If you want to give the answer to the question later, click the Review Question button.

Para Jumbled Sentence | Sentence Rearrangement Set-1

Instructions:

Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.
Click the ‘Finish quiz’ button to Submit your answers.
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Para Jumbled Sentence | Sentence Rearrangement Set-2

Instructions:

Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.
Click the ‘Finish quiz’ button to Submit your answers.
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