9th Class English Judging Logic of Actions Practice


Category : 9th Class



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: His debut in the high profile area of play back singer was rather accidental.

P: That was in 1937.

Q: Just two years later he cut his first disk.

R: It was Subhash Mukherjee who forced him to the audition for AIR.

S: There was no looking back now.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: So overwhelming was the public appreciation and response that Hemant had by long given up his childhood dream of becoming an engineer.

(a) P Q R S                                                          

(b) Q P R S                          

(c) R P Q S                                                           

(d) S P R Q                

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: A wood-cutter was cutting a tree on a river bank.

P: He knelt down and prayed.

Q: His axe slipped and fell into the water.

R: The Water Goddess appeared before him and asked about the matter.

S: He could not get it back as the river was very deep.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: He dived into the water and came up with a axe of gold.

(a) R P Q S                                                          

(b) R P S Q

(c) Q S R P                                                           

(d) Q S P R

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: A dog stole a piece of a meat from a butchers' shop.

P: He barked in anger.

Q: He ran to the jungle with the piece of meat.

R: He saw a reflection.

S: He crossed a river on the way.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: He lost his piece of meat.

(a) Q P S R                                                          

(b) Q S R P

(c) Q P R S                                                           

(d) S R P Q

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\] : Galeen and Kuleen were two poor young men.

P: On market day they sold their labour.

Q: They lived near Mahesh pur.

R: On other days, they remained in the village looking for work.

S: They wanted regular work.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: The headman gave them two plots.

(a) Q P R S                                                          

(b) R P Q S

(c) S P Q R                                                           

(d) P Q R S

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: Roger wanted to become a doctor.

P: He put away enough money to pay his first year fees.

Q: They could not afford the fees.

R: Undaunted, he got himself a job in the dockyard.

S: However, he came from a poor family.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: Once enrolled, he was recognized as a gifted student, and scholarships took care of the rest of his studies.

(a) S R P Q                                                          

(b) P R S Q                          

(c) S Q R P                                                           

(d) Q R S P

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: An adoptive parent should be medically fit and financially able to care for a child.

P: For a child who is less than a year old, the adoptive parents can have a maximum combined age of 90 years.

Q: Also, neither parent must be older than 45 years.

R: A person wishing to adopt a child must be at least 21 years old.

S: There is no legal upper age limit for parents but most adoptive agencies set their own benchmarks with regard to age.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: In the case of adoption of older children, the age of the parents may be relaxed accordingly.

(a) S R P Q                                                          

(b) P R S Q

(c) S R P Q                                                           

(d) R S Q P

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\] : We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a sovereign socialist secular democratic republic and to secure to all its citizens:

P: Equality of status and of opportunity;

Q: justice, social, economic and political;

R: Liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;

S: And to promote among them all - Fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the nation;

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: In our constituent assembly this twenty-sixth day of November, 1949, do hereby adopt, enact and give to ourselves this constitution.

(a) P Q R S                                                          

(b) Q R S P

(c) Q R P S                                                           

(d) R P Q S

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: The natural environment encompasses all living and nonliving things occurring naturally on Earth or some region thereof.

P: It is an environment that encompasses the interaction of all livings pieces.

Q: Complete ecological units that function as natural systems without massive human intervention, including all vegetation, microorganisms, soil, rocks, atmosphere and natural phenomena that occur within their boundaries.

R: Universal natural resources and physical phenomena that lack clear-cut boundaries, such as air, water, and climate, as well as energy, radiation, electric charge, and magnetism, not originating from human activity.

S: The natural environment is contrasted with the built-environment, which comprises the areas and components that are strongly influenced by humans.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: A geographical area is regarded as a natural environment.

(a) P Q R S                                                          

(b) Q R P S                             

(c) S P Q R                                                           

(d) P R Q S

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: The Moon is a cold, rocky body about 2,160 miles (3,476 km) India meter.

P: The phase known as New Moon cannot actually be seen because the illuminated side of the Moon is then pointed away from Earth.

Q: The Moon orbits Earth about once every 29 and a half days.

R: It has no light of its own but shines by sunlight reflected from tissue face.

S: As it circles our planet, the changing position of the Moon with respect to the Sun causes our natural satellite to cycle through aeries of phases:

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: The rest of the phases are familiar to all of us as the Moon cycles through them month after month.

(a) Q P R S                                                          

(b) S R Q P

(c) R Q P S                                                           

(d) R Q S P

(e) None of these  



  \[{{\text{S}}_{\text{1}}}\]: Anatomy is a branch of biology and medicine that is the consideration of the structure of living things.

P: Microscopic anatomy is the study of minute anatomical structures assisted with microscopes, which includes histology (the study of the organization of tissues), and cytology.

Q: Gross anatomy is the study of anatomical structures that can be seen by unaided vision with the naked eye.

R: In some of its facets anatomy is closely related to embryology, comparative anatomy and comparative embryology, through common roots in evolution.

S: It is a general term that includes human anatomy, animal anatomy (zootomy) and plant anatomy.

\[{{\text{S}}_{\text{6}}}\]: The history of anatomy has been characterized, over time, by continually developing understanding of the functions of organs and structures in the body.

(a) Q P R S                                                          

(b) S R Q P

(c) P Q R S                                                           

(d) S P Q R

(e) None of these      




1.       C 2.       D 3.       B 4.       A 5.       C 6.       A 7.       C 8.       A 9.       D 10.   b





  • Judging logic of actions infer a kind of linking of the sentences to be arranged in correct order so as to read like a paragraph.
  • The sentences and ideas in a paragraph should not only be logically arranged, but they should also flow smoothly.
  • Each sentence in a paragraph should relate to the topic and develop the main idea.  





  • 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. 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.  




  • In judging logic of action the sentences and ideas in a paragraph are logically arranged.
  • The arrangement of the sentences should flow smoothly.
  • 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.
  • Consider all the sentences in a paragraph to relate to the topic and develop the main idea.    

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