10th Class English Judging Completeness of Process Practice Exercise

Practice Exercise

Category : 10th Class



  1.  How to start a motorcycle

P: Get on the motorcycle and insert the key in the ignition of the motorcycle. It is also important to determine the kind of carburetor ony our motorcycle. Make sure the motorcycle gear shifter is in neutral.

Q: Hold the plunger down until the carburet or floods if you have afloat plunger carburetor. Then open the throttle between 1/8 and 1/4 of an inch and push the starter or kick-start the engine.

R: Locate and turn ON the fuel petcock and pull the enriching lever. Leave the throttle closed, as it will stop the enriching circuit from functioning properly and either kick-start the engine or push the starter.

S: Put on the choke after turning the ignition and fuel, if you have a choke type carburetor. Then open the carburetor throttle between 1/8 and 1/4 of an inch and kick-start the engine or push the starter.

(a) P R Q S                                                          

(b) Q P R S                                          

(c) R P Q S                                                           

(d) P R Q S

(e) None of these  



  Ways to make a cake in an oven

P: Add one-third of the cake mix and blend, then add 1/2 of the milk and continue to blend. Repeat this addition process until all the cake mix and milk have been added.

Q: Melt the two sticks of butter or margarine over low heat or in the microwave and pour into your mixing bowl. Continue to beat the butter/margarine and blend until each egg is thoroughly mixed in.

R: Pour the batter into the prepared pans, scraping the sides of the bowl, and place in the oven. Bake for approximately 1 hour to 1 hour and 20minutes depending on the heat of the oven and size of your pan.

S: Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit it. Spray your baking pan with pan spray and set aside and then pour the milk into a measuring cup in the exact amount specified by the recipe on the back of the box of cake mix.

(a) S Q P R                                                          

(b) Q R P S                          

(c) P Q R S                                                           

(d) R P Q S

(e) None of these  



  How to make yogurt/curd at home

P: Spread the starter culture into the container that you are going to make the yogurt in. Pour the warm milk into it and gently mix well. Do not incorporate too much air. If too much air is mixed in, the starter culture will grow slowly. Cover with a couple of towels top and bottom to maintain an even temperature.

Q: Refrigerate for 8 hours before serving. To store, keep in refrigerator.

R: Keep covered at room temperature for 3- hours. Yogurt containers can be kept warm in a gas oven with pilot light and electric bulb, or an electric oven with light bulb of sufficient wattage - approximately 100watts. Do not stir the yogurt during this period.

S:  Bring milk to just a boil and then set aside to cool. Heating the milk to boiling kills any undesirable bacteria that might be present and also changes the properties of the milk protein so that it gives the yogurt a firmer body and texture. Just cool enough or until Luke warm to touch about 110 degrees F.

(a) R Q S P                                                          

(b) S P R Q                                          

(c) R S Q P                                                           

(d) S P Q P

(e) None of these  



  Withdrawing money from an ATM

P: After collecting your money, it's best you keep the receipt in case you want to check for your remaining balance.

Q: Choose what you want to do, check balance or withdraw money from your bank account. Enter the amount you want to with draw and proceed. Wait for a while till it keeps on processing.

R: The first thing you'll need to collect is the money dispensed. Then collect the ATM card. Of course, some machines might ask you if you wish to make any other transactions before giving off your card.

S: Go to the ATM and insert your ATM card. It will take few second to verify your card. On asking to choose set your favourite language.

(a) Q P R S                                                          

(b) R P Q S                          

(c) S P Q R                                                           

(d) S Q R P

(e) None of these  



  Sugar beets were once used to create sugar when it was an expensive item. Sugar beets are the only type of beet that sugar can be extracted from because they contain a large amount of sucrose. Arrange the steps to make sugar in order.

P: Clean the outside .of the beets. Cut them into little pieces and place the beet pieces into a pan and cover them with water. Boil the water and continue to cook on medium heat until the beet juice is extracted.

Q: Remove the beets and continue to boil the beet juice until 1/3 of it remains.

R: Allow the juice to cool and then strain the juice to remove the sugar crystals.

S: Set the sugar crystals aside and boil the remaining juice. Boil until the juice has completely crystallized. Combine all of the sugar crystals.

(a) P Q S R                                                          

(b) P Q R S                          

(c) S R Q P                                                           

(d) R Q P S

(e) None of these  



  Arrange the order of the sentences to ascertain the life cycle of a butterfly.

P: When the pupa has finished transformation the butterfly emerges from the pupa. The adult butterfly lays eggs on plants after mating period.

Q: The caterpillar forms a protection shield called 'pupa' when it has finished growing. Most of the transformation takes place in side pupa.

R: Larva, also called caterpillar emerges from the egg after few days. Caterpillar spends most of its time eating.

S:  Female butterflies lay their eggs on plants to enable caterpillars to get the food from plant leafs.

(a) S R Q P                                                          

(b) S Q R P                          

(c) S R P Q                                                           

(d) R Q P S

(e) None of these      




1.                   D 2.                   A 3.                   B 4.                   D 5.                   B 6.                   A




  • Judging completeness of process involves arrangement of sentences incorrect order so that when the sentences are read after putting them incorrect order appear a flawless paragraph.
  • When set in order, a well-constructed paragraph containing sentences can be logically arranged and flow smoothly.
  • Logical arrangement refers to the order of your sentences and ideas.
  • There are various ways to order your sentences, depending on your purpose.    





  • As you read, you may get the hint that you need to say earlier in your paragraph.
  • You have to make sure that the sentence you arrange in order does not end up out of place; rather they should correlate with each other.
  • Linking is one of the most important elements in judging completeness of process.
  • Repetition of key words in the sentences that relate to the topic helps to arrange the paragraph.
  • Expressions such as next, then, after, when and other signal time sequence; expressions such as an example of, the most significant example, to illustrate are used to identify the example in the sentence.      





  • Not only should sentences and ideas in a paragraph be logically arranged, but they should also flow smoothly.
  • Such expressions provide a link between the ideas presented.
  • Although you do not need to include a linking word or phrase in every sentence, you should use enough of them to help your reader follow your ideas clearly.
  • Each sentence in a paragraph should relate to the topic and develop the main idea.
  • Relevance is another chief attribute to consider arranging the sentences in a meaningful paragraph.    

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