10th Class English Jumbled Sentence Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Select options showing a sensible and meaningful serial order of the jumbled sentences.
    [a] The gramophone was set aside due to the invention of two-in-one.
    [b] Only rich people could buy a gramophone.
    [c] Table radios also lost their sale in the market.
    [d] The gramophone was considered to be the most re-creative one.
    [e] The two-in-one came into market.

    A) b, c, a, d, e

    B) d, b, a, e, c

    C) a, b, c, d, e

    D) a, b, d, e, c

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    [a] This bird is the Cuckoo.
    [b] When one thinks of nests, one usually thinks of birds.
    [c] It takes the easy way out.
    [d] There is one bird who never tries to build a nest.
    [e] It lays its eggs in other birds' nests and leaves them to hatch out her eggs.

    A) b, d, c, e, a

    B) b, d, a, c, e

    C) a, b, d, c, e

    D) a, d, e, c, b

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    [a] Even his wife was not friendly with him.
    [b] He was poor and ugly - so ugly that some people could not help laughing at him.
    [c] And his early manhood was passed at the time when the glory of Athens was at the highest.
    [d] Yes, his name is one of the greatest in the whole history of thought and civilization.
    [e] Socrates was born 470 years before the coming of Jesus.

    A) a, b, e, c, d

    B) e, b, a, c, d

    C) e, d, c, b, a

    D) e, c, d, a, b

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    [a] He felt that it was time for the Kingdom to pass into younger hands.
    [b] He had ruled his kingdom wisely.
    [c] There was once a king in England called Lear.
    [d] So he decided to give up his title and spend the rest of his life in peace.
    [e] But now he was old and feeble.

    A) c, b, e, a, d

    B) c, e, b, a, d

    C) c, b, e, d, a

    D) a, c, d, e, b

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    [a] The villagers were highly pleased.
    [b] There was an announcement of a Puppet Show.
    [c] The owner of the Puppet Show suddenly died.
    [d] The members of the Puppet Show were to arrive on Sunday.
    [e] The show was cancelled.

    A) d, b, c, e, a

    B) a, b, c, d, e

    C) b, a, d, c, e

    D) b, d, a, c, e

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    [a] He was frightened to see it.
    [b] From that time, the shepherd and the lion became good friends.
    [c] He spoke to it gently and pulled out a thorn from its paw.
    [d] Long ago, a shepherd was roaming in the hot desert land of Africa where he met a lion.
    [e] But when he saw the lion in terrible pain, he walked towards it.

    A) d, e, c, a, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) d, a, e, c, b

    D) c, e, d, b, a

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    [a] The ginger bread boy sat up and looked at the old man.
    [b] Once upon a time a couple lived near river.
    [c] One day the old woman made a ginger bread boy and put it in the oven.
    [d] They were very sad because they had no children.
    [e] After thirty minutes she opened the door to see it. It was done.

    A) a, e, d, c, b

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) b, d, c, e, a

    D) c, b, d, e, a

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  • question_answer8)

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    [a] Actually he was trying to infect the wrong type of mosquito.
    [b] If mosquitoes were in fact the carriers of the disease, the parasites would be found alive within their bodies.
    [c] He planned that mosquitoes should suck up blood full of the parasite of malaria.
    [d] Major Ronald Ross set to work eagerly.
    [e] Although he dissected hundreds of insects, Ross could not find what he wanted.

    A) d, b, c, a, e

    B) c, e, b, a, d

    C) d, c, b, e, a

    D) a, e, d, c, b

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  • question_answer9)

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    [a] It is learnt that Miss Reddy was trained by two veteran masters, Shri A. B. See and Shri X. Y. Zed.
    [b] The programme is being organized by Natya Ranga.
    [c] They also trained her to participate in bicentenary celebrations held in Paris this year.
    [d] She is a former student of the Government college of Music and Dance.
    [e] Miss 1. N. Reddy will present a Kathak dance at the Natya Sabha next Friday.

    A) e, d, a, c, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) e, b, a, c, d

    D) e, c, d, a, b

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    [a] But it cannot see in complete darkness as it is sometimes believed.
    [b] Some animals are known for their keen eyesight.
    [c] There must be some light or no living thing can see.
    [d] It can see better than we can.
    [e] The cat is one of them.

    A) b, e, d, a, c

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) c, b, e, d, a

    D) b, e, a, c, d

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    [a] Now at last I have been granted success, and I give thanks.
    [b] Seven times I have tried. I have come back and tried again, not with pride and force, not as a soldier to an enemy, but with love, as a child climbs onto the lap of its mother.
    [c] To climb Everest-which many people call Chomolungma - is what I have wanted most in my life.
    [d] "Thujichey" - that is how we say it in Sherpa, "I am grateful".
    [e] I have had a dream and it has come true and that is not a thing that happens often to men.

    A) e, d, a, c, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) e, b, a, c, d

    D) c, b, a, e, d

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    [a] Most of them are combinations of hydrogen and carbon in varying proportions.
    [b] The products obtained after refining are used for different purposes.
    [c] Crude oil comes out of the earth as a strong-smelling, thick, black liquid.
    [d] They contain various impurities, and so it is necessary to refine crude oil before it can be used.
    [e] It is a complex mixture of many different substances, who have their own individual qualities.

    A) c, e, a, d, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) e, b, a, c, d

    D) c, e, d, b, a

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  • question_answer13)

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    [a] The calendar had gradually become so out of line wit the seasons that it was two or three months behind.
    [b] Ceaser had been to Egypt and seen the advantages o a calendar which used only the sun.
    [c] When the Romans invaded Britain about 2000 year ago, their calendar was calculated on the phases of the moon.
    [d] Emperor Julious Ceasar, was determined to correct it.
    [e] So he sought help from a Greek astronomer who lived in the Egyptian city of Alexandria.

    A) d, e, c, a, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) d, a, e, c, b

    D) c, a, d, b, e

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    [a] Both theories were disproved.
    [b] Until the beginning of the 20th century, it was the most feared enemy of a large part of the world.
    [c] Some thought that it was caused by the night air and the others thought that it came from infected water.
    [d] For many years, scientist and doctors tried to find the secret of how Malaria spread.
    [e] In showing how Malaria spread. Mason and Ross detected the tiny insect.

    A) d, e, c, a, b

    B) b, c, a, d, e

    C) d, a, e, c, b

    D) c, a, d, b, e

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    [a] But they also knew that they could not take it by force.
    [b] Now the Trojans were safe in their walled city.
    [c] The war between Greece and Troy had lasted for ten years.
    [d] The Greeks knew that to win the war they must take the city.
    [e] The Greeks were camped all round it.

    A) c, b, d, a, e

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) c, b, e, d, a,

    D) c, b, d, e, a

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  • question_answer16)

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    [a] Such people are color-blind.
    [b] So are fire extinguishers, mail vans and fire engines.
    [c] These people are unable to pick out red as a separate colour.
    [d] To most of us, a post box is red.
    [e] But there are people who would not agree that these things are red in colour.

    A) d, b, e, c, a

    B) d, b, e, a, c

    C) d, e, b, a, c

    D) c, b, d, e, a

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  • question_answer17)

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    [a] When two men met, it was the custom for them to hold each other's weapon hands (their right hands) to show that there was no weapon there.
    [b] Thieves lurked about in the dark and men carried swords for defence.
    [c] Thus, through time, men came to regard the holding of each other's hand as a greeting and a sign of friendship.
    [d] Why they were gripping each other's hands when they knew there could be no danger from one another?
    [e] In the olden days, there were no lighted streets and no policemen.

    A) e, d, a, c, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) e, b, a, c, d

    D) e, b, a, c, d

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    [a] They fly low, take off vertically and land on even roofs to serve man.
    [b] Therefore, for many years people tried to design a flying machine to land and rise vertically.
    [c] Aeroplane need a long run-way and this is one of their disadvantages.
    [d] Finally a Spaniard solved the problem by inventing the helicopter.
    [e] Now helicopters are found globally, in different designs.

    A) c, b, d, a, e

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) b, d, c, e, a

    D) c, b, d, e, a

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  • question_answer19)

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    [a] Hercules agreed.
    [b] Once Hercules came to him for help.
    [c] But the moment the load was off his shoulders. Atlas refused to take it back.
    [d] Atlas, a giant, was punished by the Gods to carry the weight of the earth on his shoulders.
    [e] Atlas agreed to help him provided Hercules shouldered the burden for a while.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) d, b, e, a, c

    C) b, d, c, e, a

    D) e, c, d, a, b

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  • question_answer20)

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    [a] In her anger she turned Arachne into a spider and sentenced her to weave for all time.
    [b] This angered Athena who was the goddess of weaving and spinning.
    [c] When we see a spider hanging in her beautiful web, we know that Arachne's art as a weaver has not been lost.
    [d] One day, Arachne challenged the goddess Athena to a weaving Contest.
    [e] According to a Greek legend, there was once a lovely maiden named Arachne, who gained fame as a weaver.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) d, b, e, a, c

    C) c, e, d, a, b

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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    [a] Sometimes dogs do not see objects that are not moving.
    [b] Dogs depend more on their sense of smell than on their eye-sight.
    [c] A dog may smell a rabbit but fail to see it until it moves.
    [d] There is also reason to believe that they cannot see colour.
    [e] Their vision is normally fuzzy.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) b, e, a, c, d

    C) [c] a, e, b, c, d

    D) [d] b, c, a, e, d

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  • question_answer22)

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    [a] Every brick and every beam was taken down and carried to the new site.
    [b] There was an old house in England that was moved to another village quite far away.
    [c] There it still stands, looking as if it has always been there.
    [d] There, the house was rebuilt and in time a beautiful garden grew around it.
    [e] You often hear of people moving but hardly ever do you hear of a house moving.

    A) b, e, d, a, c

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) e, b, a, d, c

    D) b, a, d, c, e

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    [a] The whole city seemed to be lit by a heavenly light.
    [b] One cold night, just as I was about to jump into bed. I heard guns firing.
    [c] I stood motionless, as shells whistled past.
    [d] It was almost like fireworks except that the flashes were not for celebration, but for destruction.
    [e] I ran to the nearest window and on looking out saw the flashes of fast travelling bullets.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) b, e, c, d, a

    C) a, e, b, c, d

    D) b, e, a, c, d

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    [a] Bheem was no exception.
    [b] And then, of course, the little monkey would go back to his next favorite occupation; hanging by his tail from the curtain rod.
    [c] He would sit quietly, gazing, into my face, until the story was over.
    [d] Most children like listening to stories.
    [e] As soon as I started a story, he would come running to me and clamber my lap.

    A) d, a, c, b, e

    B) d, a, e, c, b

    C) e, d, a, c, b

    D) b, a, d, c, e

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    [a] Using such observations, the Chinese accurately predicted an earthquake in Hatching, in 1975.
    [b] Just before a tremor, fowls refuse to go inside their coop and rats start running away.
    [c] As a result, no lives were lost, though many houses wre destroyed.
    [d] These observations showed that animals seem to sees the coming disaster and begin acting strangely.
    [e] From ancient times, Chinese predictions of earthquakes have been based on observations of animal behaviour.

    A) e, a, d, b, c

    B) b, d, e, a, c

    C) e, b, d, a, c

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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    [a] Grieving relatives took him in a procession to the cremation ground.
    [b] But to everybody's surprise, Sunil suddenly sat up nd asked. "What am I doing here???
    [c] Sunil Patnaik was admitted to hospital on September 5.
    [d] There, they performed the last rites and got ready to light the funeral fire.
    [e] The next day the doctors declared him dead.

    A) c, e, a, d, b

    B) b, d, e, a, c

    C) c, b, d, a, e

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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    [a] The second was to be under water and hold my breath until shortage of oxygen finished me.
    [b] The first was to throw away all my breathing equipment and swallow a lot of water.
    [c] I realised that it was better for me to finish myself rather than getting torn limb by limb by the monstrous creature attacking me.
    [d] The latter seemed less painful and more reliable.
    [e] I could think only of two ways.

    A) d, c, b, a, e

    B) b, d, e, a, c

    C) c, e, b, a, d

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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    [a] The student hit him before he was ready and Houdini collapsed in agony.
    [b] One of Houdini's claims was that his stomach muscles could withstand strong blows.
    [c] Harry was rushed to a nearby hospital for immediate treatment.
    [d] Harry Houdini, the world renowned magician, died on October 31, 1926 in a Detroit hospital.
    [e] One day he allowed a student from Montreal's Me. Gill University to punch him several times in the stomach.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) b, e, a, c, d

    C) b, d, c, e, a

    D) b, e, a, d, c

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    [a] But scientists believe that there are large deposits of rare minerals such as Gold and Platinum there
    [b] Do you know that Antarctica is one of the driest parts of the world?
    [c] A land of ice with very little water.
    [d] The average rainfall in a year there is only 10 inches.
    [e] In fact, people cannot live in that region because of the shortage of water.

    A) b, d, c, e, a

    B) b, d, e, c, a

    C) b, a, d, e, c

    D) b, a, d, c, e

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    [a] T.V. makes us lazy and cuts us off from the world of
    [b] Everyone rushes home and quickly eats his meals to be ready for the T.V. programme.
    [c] No one remembers what life was like before the T.V.
    [d] "Singly recommend that the T.V. be banned in India
    [e] Today people do not read .books, they do not visit friends, they don't listen to music.

    A) a, e, b, c, d

    B) e, b, c, a, d

    C) a, b, c, e, d

    D) e, b, c, a, d

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    [a] Instead, they demand: How old is he? How many brothers has he? How much does he weigh? How much money does his father make?
    [b] When you tell them you have made a new friend, they never ask you any questions about essential matters.
    [c] Only from these figures do they think they have learned anything about them.
    [d] Grown-ups love figures.
    [e] They never say to you. "What does his voice sound like? What games does he love best? Does he collect Butterflies?

    A) a, e, b, c, d

    B) e, b, c, a, d

    C) b, e, a, c, d

    D) b, a, e, c, d

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    [a] All would have been well if a fox had not crossed our way as we were leaving the village.
    [b] Har Singh was a poor hunter and when I suggested that we should turn around and go home, he laughed.
    [c] So we continued our way.
    [d] Har Singh and I went out to shoot one day last April.
    [e] He said it was child's talk to say that a fox would bring us bad luck.

    A) d, a, e, b, c

    B) d, a, c, b, e

    C) c, b, e, d, a

    D) d, a, b, e, c

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    [a] This forms a kind of paste with which he builds his cell and the outer cover of his nest.
    [b] Today man has followed his example and now makes paper in much the same way.
    [c] This busy insect was the wasp, who makes a rough kind of paper with which it builds its nest.
    [d] Man learned to make paper through watching a clever insect at work.
    [e] This little paper-maker uses wood fibres which he takes from trees with his strong jaws and then pulps up with his saliva.

    A) d, c, e, a, b

    B) b, d, c, e, a

    C) b, d, c, e, a

    D) e, c, d, a, b

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    [a] Fujimori's guards were taken by surprise.
    [b] Unfortunately for him, he aroused the suspicions of a crusty old dog.
    [c] They chased the dog, but it got clean away.
    [d] Peruvian President, Alberto Fujimori was touring the northern part of the country on a bicycle to establish rapport with the common people.
    [e] The animal rushed up to the dignitary and bit him in the leg.

    A) d, a, b, e, c

    B) d, b, e, a, c

    C) a, d, b, e, c

    D) b, a, c, e, d

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    [a] Perhaps this was because it had no enemies to fear.
    [b] It had lost the power to fight.
    [c] There were no men, not even other animals like monkeys, on the island.
    [d] The dodo lived on the island of Mauritius on the east coast of Africa.
    [e] It was a big, harmless creature, living contentedly on leaves and berries and fruits.

    A) d, b, e, c, a

    B) d, b, e, a, c

    C) d, e, a, c, b

    D) c, b, d, e, a

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    [a] In contrast, laser light is highly directional; in other words, it travels only in one direction.
    [b] For example, a beam of laser light 13 mm wide will spread only about 7.5 cm after travelling a distance of 1.5 kms.
    [c] Laser light has characteristics that distinguishes it from the light produced by other sources such as an electric bulb, a fluorescent lamp or the Sun.
    [d] More especially, laser light travels in a narrow beam, the sides of which stay almost parallel.
    [e] The light from other sources travels in all directions.

    A) c, d, b, e, a

    B) b, d, e, a, c

    C) e, c, b, a, d

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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    Select options showing a sensible and meaningful serial order of the jumbled sentences.
    [a] Others watch entertainment-based programmes.
    [b] Some watch information-based programmes.
    [c] They are watching T.V. instead.
    [d] They don't know that both information and entertainment are available within the covers of a book.
    [e] Today nobody has time for books.

    A) d, c, b, a, e

    B) b, d, e, a, c

    C) e, c, b, a, d

    D) e, d, b, a, c

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