# 7th Class English Jumbled Words and Sentences Question Bank

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. We should have a P. to life, centered on mean Q. more comprehensive approach R. but an individual with S. not as a statistic 6. many sides to his personality.

A) PQRS

B) QPSR

C) SQPR

D) QPRS

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The solution of these problems P. of marginal importing but Q. the unfolding of the very R. must be an integral part of S. cannot be an isolated phenomena 6. process of development.

A) PQRS

B) SPRQ

C) PSQR

D) RSPQ

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Second, we shall include in the P. labour input of the kisans Q. the managerial and R. at a higher wage reflecting S. cost of production the 6. entrepreneurial role of the kisans.

A) QRPS

B) RQPS

C) SPRQ

D) QPRS

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. It is on the basis of P. that we have been able to Q. a deeply democratic domestic-policy R. build a self-reliant economy S. self-reliance in agriculture 6. an independent foreign police

A) SPRQ

B) RPSQ

C) SRPQ

D) PQSR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The well-known American P. wielded significant position Q. is being termed as 'favourable' R. in American Academic circles S. academician, who has 6. choice of Ambassador to India.

A) SPRQ

B) RQSP

C) SPQR

D) PQRS

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Looking back on the P. one may feel Q. the extent of personal R. progress so far of India S. reasonably satisfied with 6. liberty the people enjoy here.

A) PRSQ

B) RPQS

C) RPSQ

D) PQRS

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. It always received P. kindness, amusing Q. and interesting R. us in youth, comforting S. us with the same 6. and consoling us.

A) SPQR

B) SRPQ

C) SQPR

D) SPRQ

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. However, the development of the jewellery mass-production P. Thailand, where such industries receive Q. be countered with a quick build-up in India which R. Government cash incentives, poses a threat to us and must S. industry in South-East Asian nations like 6. has an unmatched pool of skilled artisans.

A) SPRQ

B) QPSR

C) RPQS

D) SPQR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The secret of India's success is that by P. on the border line between gem-quality and Q. economically processing "makeable", small diamonds R. be set into jewellery they have brought diamonds S. industrial stones, into gems that can 6. within the reach of everyday consumer.

A) QPSR

B) SQPR

C) QPRS

D) QRSP

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Laughter is a P. must first accept and Q. gift-one that you R. yourself before you can S. cultivate within 6. share it with others.

A) PRSQ

B) SQPR

C) RPQS

D) QPSR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The difference between a P. is a politician thinks Q. and a statesman thinks R. politician and a statesman S. of the next election 6. of the next generation.

A) QPSR

B) RSPQ

C) RPSQ

D) PSQR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. It is necessary not only P. also to be very vigilant Q. time of new recruitment to R. against further penetration at the S. to weed out moles but 6. the police force m the state,

A) PSRQ

B) SRQP

C) SPRQ

D) PRQS

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The fact, wide publicity in P. credibility of the police force Q. media for action taken against R. erring police officers and their S. subordinates is necessary if the 6. is to be enhanced in public.

A) RSPQ

B) QRSP

C) PSQR

D) RPSQ

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. The Japanese are known as a P. talent for turning technologies and Q. quality products, ranging from R. know how into the world's highest S. people who have genuine 6. pocket - sized video players to super-computers.

A) QRPS

B) SPRQ

C) SRPQ

D) QRSP

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Now as we struggle to create P. it is in vastly different circumstances Q. a better life for our people R. watchfulness, we cannot indulge in such S. for obviously in today's eagle-eyed 6. practices even for worthwhile purposes.

A) PSRQ

B) SPRQ

C) SQPR

D) QPSR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Some of our own beautiful wild P. miles of forests with beautiful old Q. life has been completely wiped out, R. have been destroyed, as a S. trees, mute witnesses of history 6. result of rapid industrialization.

A) SQPR

B) RQSP

C) RSPQ

D) QPSR

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. Not being directly involved P. situation to make a push for a Q. sides in the Gulf conflict R. we were in an ideal S. and being friendly to all 6. peaceful resolution of the Gulf crisis.

A) SQRP

B) RSPQ

C) PSQR

D) RQSP

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. In most of the other conflicts P. great powers, as instigators as Q. intelligence, or simply as cheering R. too, the involvement of the S. supplies of arms and war-related 6. partisans is easily discernible.

A) RPQS

B) PRSQ

C) QPRS

D) RPSQ

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. At such a critical time P. telling the Parliament that Q. of India was caught R. India has no policy on the S. the then foreign minister 6. Gulf crisis, therefore, no role.

A) SQPR

B) RSPQ

C) QSPR

D) SQRP

E) None of these

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 Direction: In the following questions, sentences have been divided into six parts. The first and the last parts are numbered 1 and 6 and the remaining four parts are named P, Q, R and S. While parts 1 and 6 are in order, the remaining parts are jumbled. Rearrange the parts P, Q, R and S to form meaningful sentences; remaining parts 1 and 6 are the beginning and end of the sentences respectively. 1. His declaration that he R. all minorities do not Q. will be depending mainly R. will champion the cause of S. obscure the fact that he 6. on the support of the Muslims.

A) SPRQ

B) RPSQ

C) PQRS

D) RPQS

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. DCNOEMN

A) Condemn

B) Condenm

C) Comennd

D) Comendn

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. ATICLET

A) Tactiel

B) Tactile

C) Cattile

D) Cattiel

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. TMYH

A) Myth

B) Tymh

C) Mhyt

D) Hymt

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. LOGEIUEZ

A) Uelogiez

B) Eulogiez

C) Eulogize

D) Uelogize

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. ADNRTE

A) Ardent

C) Arednt

D) Ardetn

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. MLIIPCTI

A) Imlicipt

B) Implicit

C) Implitic

D) Imliptic

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. BAAHS

A) Baash

B) Basah

C) Abash

D) Ashab

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. LASKC

A) Lasck

B) Lakes

C) Saick

D) Slack

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. REMOTPAL

A) Temporal

B) Tamporel

C) Temparol

D) Tamperol

E) None of these

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 Direction: Arrange the following letters given in capital to form meaningful words. ALLEMALEB

A) Malleeabi

B) Malleable

C) Mallaeble

D) Mellaabel

E) None of these

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. I could not find the missing ring.

A) Imperative

B) Declarative

C) Exclamatory

D) Interrogative

E) None of these

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. We do not have broccoli in the refrigerator.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. London is the capital of England.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. Send me that email.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. Please be quiet in the library.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. May you be healthy and strong!

A) Declarative

B) interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. She was pleased to hear the good news.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. Switch on the lights.

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. May the baby live long!

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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 Directions: Identify the type of the given sentences. What a courageous act!

A) Declarative

B) Interrogative

C) Imperative

D) Exclamatory

E) Optative

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