8th Class English Jumbled Words and Sentences Question Bank

done Jumbled Words and Sentences

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  • question_answer1)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. He must again learn to invoke the
    Preconize, as did the ancient India
    Q. the earth and the atmosphere only so
    R. centuries ago, the one can take from
    S. energy of growing things and to
    6. much as one puts back into them.

    A) PSQR

    B) SPQR

    C) SPRQ

    D) PQSR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer2)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. The individual civilisation has
    P. efficient man, he whose entire
    Q. promoted the concept of the
    R. producing more in a given unit of time
    S. energies are concentrated on
    6. and form a given unit of manpower.

    A) PQRS

    B) QPSR

    C) SRQP

    D) RSPQ

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer3)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. If some are able to dominate
    P. of unity and the temptation
    Q. of gaining some advantage on
    R. over others, this is at least
    S. partially due to weakness, the lack
    6. the parts of those who submit.

    A) PQRS

    B) RSPQ

    C) SQRP

    D) PRSQ

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer4)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. Thirty-seven years later
    P. to reiterate that the highest
    Q. the farming, to food and agriculture
    R. the time has come for us
    S. national priority must be given to
    6. as the corner-stone of our economy.

    A) RSPQ

    B) SQPR

    C) RPSQ

    D) QPSR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer5)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. You all are
    P. sixth annual general
    Q. meeting of your company
    R. welcome to this
    S. where we shall also discuss
    6. future plans for growth.

    A) RPSQ

    B) PRQS

    C) RPQS

    D) SPQR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer6)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. We acknowledge with
    P. of your letter
    Q. concerning the
    R. thanks the receipt
    S. of 15th march, 2018
    6. subject mentioned above.

    A) SQPR

    B) PSRQ

    C) RPSQ

    D) PQRS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer7)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. We are talking about
    P. when our political
    Q. national leaders are
    R. religion corrupting politics
    S. parties, as well as
    6. steeped in corruption.

    A) RPSQ

    B) PRQS

    C) PSRQ

    D) PQRS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer8)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. In the field of coloured gemstones
    P. sapphires and other precious
    Q. taken by Jaipur, which has traditionally
    R. industry parlance for emeralds, rubies,
    S. gemstones-the lead in India has been
    6. been the centre for gemstone processing.
     

    A) QPRS                          

    B) RPSQ

    C) RQPS                          

    D) RPQS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer9)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. Pakistan cannot claim to
    P. not done too badly
    Q. battle field but it has
    R. over India in the
    S. have any decisive victory
    6. in the publicity war.

    A) SQPR

    B) SRQP

    C) PRSQ

    D) QPSR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer10)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. To this day, they
    P. to view his mistakes
    Q. the socio-economic milieu
    R. look charitable enough
    S. in the context of
    6. in which he operated.

    A) PQRS

    B) RSPQ

    C) RPSQ

    D) SPQR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer11)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. When the writer of this article made
    P. registered and action was
    Q. special efforts to find out whether
    R. informed that a case had been
    S. any action had been taken, he was
    6. being taken by the police.

    A) RSPQ

    B) PQRS

    C) QSRP

    D) QPRS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer12)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. The only best and correct
    P. of the police force was to take
    Q. way in the interest of credibility
    R. erasing and guilty officers and their
    S. prompt and stern action against the
    6. juniors and publicise the same.

    A) SPRQ

    B) QPRS

    C) QSPR

    D) RSPQ

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer13)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. Taking advantage of new technological
    P. of high-quality products, the Japanese
    Q. developments and the production
    R. position in the technologies for making
    S. today enjoy a strongly advantageous
    6. automobiles, cameras and semi-conductors.

    A) QPRS

    B) PSRQ

    C) QPSR

    D) SQPR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer14)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. I remember Edward Thompson,
    P. and a good friend of India
    Q. that wild life was fast
    R. once telling Mahatma Gandhi
    S. a British traveler and writer
    6. disappearing in this great country.

    A) PSRQ

    B) SRPQ

    C) QSPR

    D) SPRQ

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer15)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. We do not wish to improve
    P. further and yet we cannot for
    Q. the ecology and environment any
    R. poverty of a large number of
    S. a moment forget the grim
    6. people in this vast country.

    A) PQRS

    B) RQPS

    C) QPRS

    D) QPSR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer16)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. For instance, unless we are
    P. employment to those who live
    Q. cannot prevent then from combing
    R. in a position to provide
    S. in, or around our jungles, we
    6. the forest for food or livelihood.

    A) SPQR

    B) QSPR

    C) RPSQ

    D) RPQS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer17)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. Here was an opportunity
    P. with Iraq's invasion and to
    Q. to explore the whole
    R. initiate negotiations leading to
    5. range of issues connected
    6. Iraq's withdrawal from Kuwait.

    A) SPRQ

    B) RSPQ

    C) QPSR

    D) QSPR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer18)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. Throughout its very long
    P. eight years, the security
    Q. and murderous course of
    R. other way as if war
    S. council choose to look the
    6. bore no relation to security.

    A) SPQR

    B) RPQS

    C) QPRS

    D) QPSR

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer19)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. He does not want
    P. a communist but
    Q. are likely to bring out the
    R. to be branded
    S. the steps he is taking
    6. true nature of his politics.

    A) SPRQ

    B) RPSQ

    C) QPSR

    D) RSPQ

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer20)

    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 sentence respectively.
    1. He must be calculating
    P. of the Muslims in U.P. and Bihar
    Q. that a large section
    R. because he is a Muslim and
    S. will follow him blindly
    6. speaks their language.

    A) RSPQ

    B) QPSR

    C) RPQS

    D) PQRS

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer21)

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

    A) Percolate

    B) Percloate

    C) Parcolete

    D) Porcalete

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer22)

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

    A) Mwih

    B) Mhiw

    C) Whim

    D) Wihm

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer23)

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

    A) Convolute

    B) Volimcote

    C) Voluncoet

    D) Voloncute

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer24)

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

    A) Unelatiral

    B) Unilateral

    C) Unilatreal

    D) Unilatarel

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer25)

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

    A) Riconceliation

    B) Reconcilaition

    C) Raconcilietion

    D) Reconciliation

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer26)

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

    A) Distetute

    B) Distetuet

    C) Destituet

    D) Destitute

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer27)

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

    A) Injunction

    B) Juninction

    C) Juncintion

    D) Injucntion

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer28)

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

    A) Tneet

    B) Tenet

    C) Netet

    D) Teent

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer29)

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

    A) Patrarichy

    B) Patriarchy

    C) Patrairchy

    D) Partiarchy

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer30)

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

    A) Drusace

    B) Ruscade

    C) Ruecsad

    D) Crusade

    E) None of these

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  • question_answer31)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    May all your wishes come true!

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer32)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    She asked whether he liked her dress.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer33)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    I cannot find my umbrella.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer34)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    There are six million people at risk.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer35)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    Please join us for dinner.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer36)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    He has answered all the questions.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer37)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    She was pleased to hear the good news.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer38)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    Switch on the lights.

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer39)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    May God help you!

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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  • question_answer40)

    Direction: Identify the type of the following sentences and then mark your answers.
    What a courageous act!

    A) Declarative

    B) Interrogative

    C) Imperative

    D) Exclamatory

    E) Optative

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