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Jumbled Paragraph Questions for SNAP

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Instructions

Rearrange the following six sentences (A),(B),(C),(D),(E),and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the question given below them.
(A)So the next day when the birds had flown off to lock for food the bird catcher spread his net under the tree.
(B)One day a bird catcher wandering through the forest came upon a banyan tree where a flock of pigeons rested.
(C)But as they were very clever they flapped their wings together lifted the net off the ground and flew away with it.
(D)He knew that if he managed to catch even half the pigeons he would be able to sell them in the market for a very good price.
(E)To their shock they all realized that they had landed right into the net that the bird catcher had set for them
(F)That evening when the pigeons came back they flew down together to the foot of the banyan tree

Question 1:Â Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces the subjects- the bird catcher, banyan tree, and pigeons. Sentence D should follow it as the ‘HE’ in it can only be replaced with the bird catcher. Sentence A should follow D as it mentions how woodcutter approached about catching the birds. F follows D because it introduces how pigeons flew down to the foot of banyan tree and as mentioned in E found themselves caught in the net. Sentence C follows E and tells how after being caught in the net, the pigeons lifted the net together. So, the sequence is BDAFEC.

Thus, the first sentence is B.

Question 2:Â Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces the subjects- the bird catcher, banyan tree, and pigeons. Sentence D should follow it as the ‘HE’ in it can only be replaced with the bird catcher. Sentence A should follow D as it mentions how woodcutter approached about catching the birds. F follows D because it introduces how pigeons flew down to the foot of banyan tree and as mentioned in E found themselves caught in the net. Sentence C follows E and tells how after being caught in the net, the pigeons lifted the net together. So, the sequence is BDAFEC.

Thus, the third sentence is A.

Question 3:Â Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â F

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces the subjects- the bird catcher, banyan tree, and pigeons. Sentence D should follow it as the ‘HE’ in it can only be replaced with the bird catcher. Sentence A should follow D as it mentions how woodcutter approached about catching the birds. F follows D because it introduces how pigeons flew down to the foot of banyan tree and as mentioned in E found themselves caught in the net. Sentence C follows E and tells how after being caught in the net, the pigeons lifted the net together. So, the sequence is BDAFEC.

Thus, the second sentence is D.

Question 4:Â Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

a)Â B

b)Â C

c)Â D

d)Â E

e)Â F

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces the subjects- the bird catcher, banyan tree, and pigeons. Sentence D should follow it as the ‘HE’ in it can only be replaced with the bird catcher. Sentence A should follow D as it mentions how woodcutter approached about catching the birds. F follows D because it introduces how pigeons flew down to the foot of banyan tree and as mentioned in E found themselves caught in the net. Sentence C follows E and tells how after being caught in the net, the pigeons lifted the net together. So, the sequence is BDAFEC.

Thus, the fourth sentence is F.

Question 5:Â Which of the following should be the LAST(SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces the subjects- the bird catcher, banyan tree, and pigeons. Sentence D should follow it as the ‘HE’ in it can only be replaced with the bird catcher. Sentence A should follow D as it mentions how woodcutter approached about catching the birds. F follows D because it introduces how pigeons flew down to the foot of banyan tree and as mentioned in E found themselves caught in the net. Sentence C follows E and tells how after being caught in the net, the pigeons lifted the net together. So, the sequence is BDAFEC.

Thus, the last sentence is C.

Instructions

Rearrange the following six sentence (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them

(A)The woodcutter thankfully broke off from work and sat down to eat the delicious meal that his wife had sent for him
(B)He was in a good mood that particular morning and soon started singing as he swung his axe at the log of wood in front of him
(C)After he had eaten his meal and taken rest for a while the woodcutter got back to work
(D)The hours passed and the sun became hotter than ever and very soon perspiration started breaking out on the woodcutterâ€™s hands and face
(E)One hot summerâ€™s morning a woodcutter was hard at work chopping wood into small pieces so that he could sell them in the market
(F)As it neared afternoon his wife sent their little son to him with food for the afternoon

Question 6:Â Which of the following be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

On reading the sentences, it is clear that the paragraph is about routine of woodcutter on a particular day. E should start the para as it introduces the woodcutter. B should follow it because it introduces the particular morning and states what woodcutter did in he morning. D follows it because it suggests that woodcutter continues to cut wood and hours passed. F follows it which should be followed by A. Sentence C comes in last. The sequence is EBDFAC.

Thus, the third sentence is D.

Question 7:Â Which of the following be the LAST (SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

On reading the sentences, it is clear that the paragraph is about routine of woodcutter on a particular day. E should start the para as it introduces the woodcutter. B should follow it because it introduces the particular morning and states what woodcutter did in he morning. D follows it because it suggests that woodcutter continues to cut wood and hours passed. F follows it which should be followed by A. Sentence C comes in last. The sequence is EBDFAC.

Thus, the last sentence is C.

Question 8:Â Which of the following be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â F

Solution:

On reading the sentences, it is clear that the paragraph is about routine of woodcutter on a particular day. E should start the para as it introduces the woodcutter. B should follow it because it introduces the particular morning and states what woodcutter did in he morning. D follows it because it suggests that woodcutter continues to cut wood and hours passed. F follows it which should be followed by A. Sentence C comes in last. The sequence is EBDFAC.

Thus, the second sentence is B.

Question 9:Â Which of the following be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

On reading the sentences, it is clear that the paragraph is about routine of woodcutter on a particular day. E should start the para as it introduces the woodcutter. B should follow it because it introduces the particular morning and states what woodcutter did in he morning. D follows it because it suggests that woodcutter continues to cut wood and hours passed. F follows it which should be followed by A. Sentence C comes in last. The sequence is EBDFAC.

Thus, the first sentence is E.

Question 10:Â Which of the following be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â F

b)Â E

c)Â D

d)Â C

e)Â B

Solution:

On reading the sentences, it is clear that the paragraph is about routine of woodcutter on a particular day. E should start the para as it introduces the woodcutter. B should follow it because it introduces the particular morning and states what woodcutter did in he morning. D follows it because it suggests that woodcutter continues to cut wood and hours passed. F follows it which should be followed by A. Sentence C comes in last. The sequence is EBDFAC.

Thus, the fourth sentence is F.

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Instructions

Rearrange the following six sentence (A)(B)(C),(D)(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the question given below

(A)The contractor was sorry to see his good worker go and asked if he could build just one more house as a personal favour
(B)It was an unfortunate way to end a dedicated career.
(C)He told his employer contractor of his plans to leave the house buildings business to live a more leisurely life with his wife and enjoy his extended family
(D)An elderly carpenter was ready to retire
(E)He resorted to shoddy workmanship and used inferior materials.
(F)The carpenter said yes but over time it was easy to see that his heart was not in his work

Question 11:Â Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â B

b)Â C

c)Â D

d)Â E

e)Â F

Solution:

Sentence D is the first sentence as it introduces the carpenter and his willingness to retire that sets the tone for the paragraph. Sentence C should follow it as in C ‘his plans’ can only denote carpenter’s plan to retire. A should follow C because it states that contractor asked him a favour to do one more assignment. Sentence F follows it as it tells carpenter agreed which is followed by E. Finally B is an apt end to the para and should come in the end. So, the sequence is DCAFEB.

Thus, the fourth sentence is F.

Question 12:Â Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â F

Solution:

Sentence D is the first sentence as it introduces the carpenter and his willingness to retire that sets the tone for the paragraph. Sentence C should follow it as in C ‘his plans’ can only denote carpenter’s plan to retire. A should follow C because it states that contractor asked him a favour to do one more assignment. Sentence F follows it as it tells carpenter agreed which is followed by E. Finally B is an apt end to the para and should come in the end. So, the sequence is DCAFEB.

Thus, the second sentence is C.

Question 13:Â Which of the following should be the LAST (SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â D

d)Â E

e)Â F

Solution:

Sentence D is the first sentence as it introduces the carpenter and his willingness to retire that sets the tone for the paragraph. Sentence C should follow it as in C ‘his plans’ can only denote carpenter’s plan to retire. A should follow C because it states that contractor asked him a favour to do one more assignment. Sentence F follows it as it tells carpenter agreed which is followed by E. Finally B is an apt end to the para and should come in the end. So, the sequence is DCAFEB.

Thus, the last sentence is B.

Question 14:Â Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

Sentence D is the first sentence as it introduces the carpenter and his willingness to retire that sets the tone for the paragraph. Sentence C should follow it as in C ‘his plans’ can only denote carpenter’s plan to retire. A should follow C because it states that contractor asked him a favour to do one more assignment. Sentence F follows it as it tells carpenter agreed which is followed by E. Finally B is an apt end to the para and should come in the end. So, the sequence is DCAFEB.

Thus, the first sentence is D.

Question 15:Â Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement ?

a)Â A

b)Â B

c)Â C

d)Â D

e)Â E

Solution:

Sentence D is the first sentence as it introduces the carpenter and his willingness to retire that sets the tone for the paragraph. Sentence C should follow it as in C ‘his plans’ can only denote carpenter’s plan to retire. A should follow C because it states that contractor asked him a favour to do one more assignment. Sentence F follows it as it tells carpenter agreed which is followed by E. Finally B is an apt end to the para and should come in the end. So, the sequence is DCAFEB.

Thus, the third sentence is A.

Instructions

Rearrange the following five sentences A, B, C, D and E in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

Question 16:Â Which of the following should be the FIFTH statement after arrangement ?

a)Â What teachers repeatedly commented on was that she was â€˜â€˜very creativeâ€™â€™, and had â€˜â€™an unusual way of thinkingâ€™â€™, etc

b)Â A study done by the Institute focuses on Roma, an individual with creative abilities

c)Â But nowhere were Romaâ€™s these abilities recognised on her report cards, because there was no check-off box for artwork and creativity

d)Â Some of her artwork was selected to represent her school at art exhibition at state level

e)Â As a child, she had been a good-student— above average in most areas but not an exceptional early reader and writer

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces Roma, the Subject in discussion. Sentence D follows it as it continues the idea that Roma had creative abilities by stating that some of her artwork was selected for exhibition at state level. Sentence AC should be together in this order as together they make sense about how Roma had some abilities that couldn’t be recognised in her report card. Sentence E creates a link between sentence D and sentence A. So the sequence should be B-D-E-A-C.

Thus, the fifth statement is E.

Question 17:Â Which of the following should be the FIRST statement after arrangement ?

a)Â What teachers repeatedly commented on was that she was â€˜â€˜very creativeâ€™â€™, and had â€˜â€™an unusual way of thinkingâ€™â€™, etc

b)Â A study done by the Institute focuses on Roma, an individual with creative abilities

c)Â But nowhere were Romaâ€™s these abilities recognised on her report cards, because there was no check-off box for artwork and creativity

d)Â Some of her artwork was selected to represent her school at art exhibition at state level

e)Â As a child, she had been a good-student— above average in most areas but not an exceptional early reader and writer

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces Roma, the Subject in discussion. Sentence D follows it as it continues the idea that Roma had creative abilities by stating that some of her artwork was selected for exhibition at state level. Sentence AC should be together in this order as together they make sense about how Roma had some abilities that couldn’t be recognised in her report card. Sentence E creates a link between sentence D and sentence A. So the sequence should be B-D-E-A-C.

Thus, the first statement is B.

Question 18:Â Which of the following should be the SECOND statement after arrangement ?

a)Â What teachers repeatedly commented on was that she was â€˜â€˜very creativeâ€™â€™, and had â€˜â€™an unusual way of thinkingâ€™â€™, etc

b)Â A study done by the Institute focuses on Roma, an individual with creative abilities

c)Â But nowhere were Romaâ€™s these abilities recognised on her report cards, because there was no check-off box for artwork and creativity

d)Â Some of her artwork was selected to represent her school at art exhibition at state level

e)Â As a child, she had been a good-student— above average in most areas but not an exceptional early reader and writer

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces Roma, the Subject in discussion. Sentence D follows it as it continues the idea that Roma had creative abilities by stating that some of her artwork was selected for exhibition at state level. Sentence AC should be together in this order as together they make sense about how Roma had some abilities that couldn’t be recognised in her report card. Sentence E creates a link between sentence D and sentence A. So the sequence should be B-D-E-A-C.

Thus, the second statement is D.

Question 19:Â Which of the following should be the FOURTH statement after arrangement ?

a)Â What teachers repeatedly commented on was that she was â€˜â€˜very creativeâ€™â€™, and had â€˜â€™an unusual way of thinkingâ€™â€™, etc

b)Â A study done by the Institute focuses on Roma, an individual with creative abilities

c)Â But nowhere were Romaâ€™s these abilities recognised on her report cards, because there was no check-off box for artwork and creativity

d)Â Some of her artwork was selected to represent her school at art exhibition at state level

e)Â As a child, she had been a good-student— above average in most areas but not an exceptional early reader and writer

Solution:

Sentence B is the first sentence as it introduces Roma, the Subject in discussion. Sentence D follows it as it continues the idea that Roma had creative abilities by stating that some of her artwork was selected for exhibition at state level. Sentence AC should be together in this order as together they make sense about how Roma had some abilities that couldn’t be recognised in her report card. Sentence E creates a link between sentence D and sentence A. So the sequence should be B-D-E-A-C.

Thus, the fourth statement should be A.

Question 20:Â Which of the following should be the THIRD statement after arrangement ?

a)Â What teachers repeatedly commented on was that she was â€˜â€˜very creativeâ€™â€™, and had â€˜â€™an unusual way of thinkingâ€™â€™, etc

b)Â A study done by the Institute focuses on Roma, an individual with creative abilities

c)Â But nowhere were Romaâ€™s these abilities recognised on her report cards, because there was no check-off box for artwork and creativity

d)Â Some of her artwork was selected to represent her school at art exhibition at state level

e)Â As a child, she had been a good-student— above average in most areas but not an exceptional early reader and writer