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Para Jumble Questions for SNAP

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Instructions

Rearrange the following sentence (A),(B),(C),(D),(E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow :
(A)According to it organised retail stores are not wolves at the doors of friendly neighbourhood grocery stores as there is room for expansion of both.
(B) Many have been crying foul over the entry of organised retail stores expressing concern over their impact on small store owners.
(C)The final winner in the competition however is the common man who gets to choose between the most suitable options and in turn fights with the runway inflation in prices of essential commodities
(D)In spite of this potential for expansion it is doubtless that the small store owners face a decline in profit in initial years if organised retailers set up stores in the vicinity
(E)But a study conducted over a period of two years goes a long way towards allaying these fears
(F)This impact however wears off once they learn to take on the competition which in turn enhances efficiency all around

Question 1: Which of the following should be the FIFTH after rearrangement ?

a) D

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) F

1) Answer (E)

Solution:

Option B introduces the topic in discussion i.e. the entry of organised retail stores and its impact. So, B is the first sentence. Option E talks about the allaying of fears talked about in option B and introduces a study while doing so. So, sentence E follows B. Sentence A talks in detail about the study mentioned in sentence E and thus follows it. Sentence D gives us further information about the potential expansion and how small store owners will get affected with entry of organised retail coming in the market. So sentence D follows A. Sentence F further talks about the impact on small stores continuing the idea in sentence D. Sentence C completes the paragraph by stating that common man is the final winner having options available to him. So the sequence is B-E-A-D-F-C.

Thus, the fifth statement should be F.

Question 2: Which of the following should be the SECOND after rearrangement ?

a) A

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) F

2) Answer (D)

Solution:

Option B introduces the topic in discussion i.e. the entry of organised retail stores and its impact. So, B is the first sentence. Option E talks about the allaying of fears talked about in option B and introduces a study while doing so. So, sentence E follows B. Sentence A talks in detail about the study mentioned in sentence E and thus follows it. Sentence D gives us further information about the potential expansion and how small store owners will get affected with entry of organised retail coming in the market. So sentence D follows A. Sentence F further talks about the impact on small stores continuing the idea in sentence D. Sentence C completes the paragraph by stating that common man is the final winner having options available to him. So the sequence is B-E-A-D-F-C.

Thus, the second statement should be E.

Question 3: Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) after rearrangement ?

a) A

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) F

3) Answer (C)

Solution:

Option B introduces the topic in discussion i.e. the entry of organised retail stores and its impact. So, B is the first sentence. Option E talks about the allaying of fears talked about in option B and introduces a study while doing so. So, sentence E follows B. Sentence A talks in detail about the study mentioned in sentence E and thus follows it. Sentence D gives us further information about the potential expansion and how small store owners will get affected with entry of organised retail coming in the market. So sentence D follows A. Sentence F further talks about the impact on small stores continuing the idea in sentence D. Sentence C completes the paragraph by stating that common man is the final winner having options available to him. So the sequence is B-E-A-D-F-C.

Thus, the last statement should be C.

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

a) A

b) E

c) D

d) F

e) C

4) Answer (A)

Solution:

Option B introduces the topic in discussion i.e. the entry of organised retail stores and its impact. So, B is the first sentence. Option E talks about the allaying of fears talked about in option B and introduces a study while doing so. So, sentence E follows B. Sentence A talks in detail about the study mentioned in sentence E and thus follows it. Sentence D gives us further information about the potential expansion and how small store owners will get affected with entry of organised retail coming in the market. So sentence D follows A. Sentence F further talks about the impact on small stores continuing the idea in sentence D. Sentence C completes the paragraph by stating that common man is the final winner having options available to him. So the sequence is B-E-A-D-F-C.

Thus, the third sentence should be A.

Question 5: Which of the following sentence should be the FIRST after rearrangement ?

a) A

b) B

c) C

d) D

e) E

5) Answer (B)

Solution:

Option B introduces the topic in discussion i.e. the entry of organised retail stores and its impact. So, B is the first sentence. Option E talks about the allaying of fears talked about in option B and introduces a study while doing so. So, sentence E follows B. Sentence A talks in detail about the study mentioned in sentence E and thus follows it. Sentence D gives us further information about the potential expansion and how small store owners will get affected with entry of organised retail coming in the market. So sentence D follows A. Sentence F further talks about the impact on small stores continuing the idea in sentence D. Sentence C completes the paragraph by stating that common man is the final winner having options available to him. So the sequence is B-E-A-D-F-C.

Hence the first sentence is B.

Instructions

Rearrange the given five sentences(A), (B), (C) ,(D) and (E) in a proper sequence so as to form meaningful paragraph and then answer the given question.
A. With so many products and opportunities available in market, it is very easy to get this planning wrong.
B. Planning, therefore, is imperative and should begin as early as possible.
C. What amount will we need and when we will need it?
D. Most of us would put our children’s education above any other priority in life including our own retirement.
E. So, lets’s try to find the best solution by asking two important question.

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Question 6: Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

a) A

b) B

c) E

d) D

e) C

6) Answer (C)

Solution:

Sentence D starts the paragraph by introducing a topic on children education.

B and A are pair because B introduces the term planning and A explains the issues that can be faced with planning.

E and C are a pair because E talks about “two important questions” and C asks the “two questions”.

E follows A because E talks about a specfic plan after A talks about planning in general.

DBAEC is the correct sequence.

Question 7: Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

a) D

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) A

7) Answer (E)

Solution:

Sentence D starts the paragraph by introducing a topic on children education.

B and A are pair because B introduces the term planning and A explains the issues that can be faced with planning.

E and C are a pair because E talks about “two important questions” and C asks the “two questions”.

E follows A because E talks about a specfic plan after A talks about planning in general.

DBAEC is the correct sequence.

Question 8: Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

a) A

b) B

c) E

d) C

e) D

8) Answer (E)

Solution:

Sentence D starts the paragraph by introducing a topic on children education.

B and A are pair because B introduces the term planning and A explains the issues that can be faced with planning.

E and C are a pair because E talks about “two important questions” and C asks the “two questions”.

E follows A because E talks about a specfic plan after A talks about planning in general.

DBAEC is the correct sequence.

Question 9: Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

a) A

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) D

9) Answer (C)

Solution:

Sentence D starts the paragraph by introducing a topic on children education.

B and A are pair because B introduces the term planning and A explains the issues that can be faced with planning.

E and C are a pair because E talks about “two important questions” and C asks the “two questions”.

E follows A because E talks about a specfic plan after A talks about planning in general.

DBAEC is the correct sequence.

Question 10: Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

a) D

b) B

c) C

d) E

e) A

10) Answer (B)

Solution:

Sentence D starts the paragraph by introducing a topic on children education.

B and A are pair because B introduces the term planning and A explains the issues that can be faced with planning.

E and C are a pair because E talks about “two important questions” and C asks the “two questions”.

E follows A because E talks about a specfic plan after A talks about planning in general.

DBAEC is the correct sequence.

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 them.
(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil.
(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care,
(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour
(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world
(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest
(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers

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

a) A

b) C

c) E

d) D

e) B

11) Answer (E)

Solution:

The order of sentences to form meaningful paragraph is given as:
( The statement number in question has been left unchanged for ease of understanding.)

(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest. (Here, premise of child labour is introduced and therefore this forms the first sentence.)

(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil. (This will naturally be the second sentence, as there is continuation of explanation of the ‘evil’ of child labour.)

(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers. (Here, the most prevalent and primary reason for child labour is given. The paragraph is now taking turn towards explanation.)

(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world. (Again, further explanation is given.)

(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour. (This should form penultimate sentence of the paragraph. Here, a sense of closure to the ongoing premise is apparent.)

(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care. (This will form the last sentence of the paragraph mainly because it offers a sense of closure to the idea.)

Hence option E is correct.

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

a) E

b) A

c) F

d) C

e) D

12) Answer (D)

Solution:

The order of sentences to form meaningful paragraph is given as:
( The statement number in question has been left unchanged for ease of understanding.)

(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest. (Here, premise of child labour is introduced and therefore this forms the first sentence.)

(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil. (This will naturally be the second sentence, as there is continuation of explanation of the ‘evil’ of child labour.)

(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers. (Here, the most prevalent and primary reason for child labour is given. The paragraph is now taking turn towards explanation.)

(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world. (Again, further explanation is given.)

(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour. (This should form penultimate sentence of the paragraph. Here, a sense of closure to the ongoing premise is apparent.)

(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care. (This will form the last sentence of the paragraph mainly because it offers a sense of closure to the idea.)

Hence option D is correct.

Question 13: Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?

a) A

b) F

c) D

d) B

e) C

13) Answer (A)

Solution:

The order of sentences to form meaningful paragraph is given as:
( The statement number in question has been left unchanged for ease of understanding.)

(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest. (Here, premise of child labour is introduced and therefore this forms the first sentence.)

(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil. (This will naturally be the second sentence, as there is continuation of explanation of the ‘evil’ of child labour.)

(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers. (Here, the most prevalent and primary reason for child labour is given. The paragraph is now taking turn towards explanation.)

(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world. (Again, further explanation is given.)

(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour. (This should form penultimate sentence of the paragraph. Here, a sense of closure to the ongoing premise is apparent.)

(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care. (This will form the last sentence of the paragraph mainly because it offers a sense of closure to the idea.)

Hence option A is correct.

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

a) B

b) A

c) C

d) F

e) E

14) Answer (D)

Solution:

The order of sentences to form meaningful paragraph is given as:
( The statement number in question has been left unchanged for ease of understanding.)

(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest. (Here, premise of child labour is introduced and therefore this forms the first sentence.)

(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil. (This will naturally be the second sentence, as there is continuation of explanation of the ‘evil’ of child labour.)

(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers. (Here, the most prevalent and primary reason for child labour is given. The paragraph is now taking turn towards explanation.)

(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world. (Again, further explanation is given.)

(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour. (This should form penultimate sentence of the paragraph. Here, a sense of closure to the ongoing premise is apparent.)

(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care. (This will form the last sentence of the paragraph mainly because it offers a sense of closure to the idea.)

Hence option D is correct.

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

a) A

b) E

c) C

d) F

e) D

15) Answer (B)

Solution:

The order of sentences to form meaningful paragraph is given as:
( The statement number in question has been left unchanged for ease of understanding.)

(E)Child labour is no doubt an evil that should be done away with at the earliest. (Here, premise of child labour is introduced and therefore this forms the first sentence.)

(A)Its prevalence reflects very badly on a society that is not able to stop this evil. (This will naturally be the second sentence, as there is continuation of explanation of the ‘evil’ of child labour.)

(F)But in a society where many households may have to suffer the pangs of hunger if the children are withdrawn from work beggars can’t be choosers. (Here, the most prevalent and primary reason for child labour is given. The paragraph is now taking turn towards explanation.)

(D)The members of these households have to send their children to work even if the future of these innocent children is ruined as that is the only choice open for them to survive in the world. (Again, further explanation is given.)

(C)Therefore unless the socio-economic status of the poor families is improved India has to live with child labour. (This should form penultimate sentence of the paragraph. Here, a sense of closure to the ongoing premise is apparent.)

(B)Though elimination of child labour is an impossible task considering the current socio-economic scenario of these poor families the Indian government is committed to the task of ensuring that no child remains illiterate hungry and without medical care. (This will form the last sentence of the paragraph mainly because it offers a sense of closure to the idea.)

Hence option B is correct.

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