Previous-year(SSC)

Previous year para jumbles sentence rearrangement pdf for ssc cgl chsl 2020;PQRS pdf for SSC

PQRS pdf for SSC; Sentence rearrangement pdf for SSC CGL CHSL 2020;previous year sentence rearrangement for ssc cgl chsl pdf

Sentence rearrangement pdf for SSC CGL CHSL 2020;previous year sentence rearrangement for ssc cgl chsl pdf;Para jumbles pdf for SSC CGL CHSL;PQRS pdf for SSC

We all know the importance of solving previous year papers when it comes to SSC exams. To simplify the process, the ‘EK team’ has compiled previous year questions topic wise. It will not only save your time but also enable you to do a comparative study.This compilation contains all  PARA JUMBLES asked in SSC CHSL, CPO, CGL exams (2018-2019).
Do check out other posts as well. Each and every post has been made by the ‘EK team’ keeping in mind the demand and pattern of the exams. 




💠PDF of all para jumbles asked in SSC CGL CHSL exams 2018-2019 (Based on TCS pattern)

CGL TIER-1 Exam 2018-19
🔷Given below are four jumbled sentences. Out of the given options pick the one that gives their correct order.
A: A man on a bike had to ride on the pavement.
B: When he tried to plunge onto the road, a car hit him.
C: As the bus inched through the evening life, the traffic grew.
D: There was no space on the road any more.
1.CBAD
2.DBCA
3.ADBC
4.CDAB

Solution : 4
A: Once the formalities are done, you can start using your account and save time and money.
B: Opening a bank account can seem intimidating.
C: Getting your account opened is just a matter of providing certain details and funding your account.
D: Fortunately, most banks follow a standardized process.
1.BDCA
2.BADC
3.CBDA
4.ADBC

Solution : 1
A: It is a popular tourist spot for watching the sunset and sunrise over the ocean.
B: Kanyakumari is a coastal town in the State of Tamil Nadu on India’s southern tip.
C: It is also a noted pilgrimage site, thanks to its Bagvathi Amman Temple and Our Lady of Ransom Church, a centre of Indian Catholicism.
D: Jutting out into the Laccadive sea, the town was known as Cape Caomorin during the British rule.
1.ACDB
2.DCAB
3.BDAC
4.BCDA

Solution : 3

A: He would sit at the edge of her mother’s bed and stare into her crib.
B: Arvind bumbled down the interminable corridor, suddenly reminded of his daughter in the days after she was born.
C: As a proportion to the fragment of life his daughter had seen, an hour was a vast sprawling space.
D: Some days he would imagine the world through her eyes and he would feel in his heart how long an hour actually was.
1.BCDA
2.BADC
3.DACB
4.ABCD

Solution : 2

A: Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves several steps.
B: There are two distinctive styles of Kalamkari in India.
C: They are the Sri kalahasti style and the Machlipatnam style.
D: Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
1.CBDA
2.DABC
3.ACBD
4.DCBA

Solution : 2
A: Its value is linked to what it is being used for.
B: Such questions often baffle you.
C: How emotional should one get about money and its value?
D: Money on its own has no value, until you have some use for it.
1.CABD
2.DBAC
3.CBDA
4.ACDB

Solution : 3
A: The market which has remained clogged with vehicles was all clear fore pedestrians.
B: The has even marked with stripes demarcating space for hawkers.
C: It also lined with beautiful potted plants to give it a green look.
D: Visitors to the busy Karol Bagh market in Delhi were in for a surprise.
1.DCBA
2.DABC
3.ADBC
4.BDAC

Solution : 2
A: When we can’t laugh at the same joke again, why should we cry over the same problems?
B: One day he told them a joke and everyone roared with laughter.
C: People came to a wise man to complain about the same problems every time.
D: When he repeated the joke twice, nobody laughed anymore.
1.DBCA
2.BACD
3.ADBC
4.CBDA

Solution : 4
A: If the mixture becomes too thick add more milk.
B: Finally, add sugar and nuts, and your kheer is ready.
C: Boil milk in a heavy-bottomed pan and add rice.
D: Cook for about twenty minutes stirring every once in a while till the mixture thickens.
1.BADC
2.CDAB
3.DACB
4.ADCB

Solution : 2
A: This network of storied is known in academic circles as ‘fiction’ or ‘imagined realities’.
B: However, an imagined reality is not a lie.
C: Over the years, people have woven an incredibly complex network of stories.
D: Within this network fiction not only exists but also accumulated immense power.
1.CADB
2.DBAC
3.ADBC
4.DBCA

Solution : 1
A: Lyrics help in creating a distinctive narrative, some conventions of which have been carried over from the talkative era.
B: Thus, songs have outlived films in people’s memories.
C: However, songs seem to have acquired a musical grammar of their own, establishing an emotional chord with the listeners.
D: In popular Indian cinema, lyrics are to music what the heart is to the body.
1.ABCD
2.DCBA
3.DACB
4.ADBC

Solution : 3
A: So, I had thoughts of setting up an Indian restaurant there with my wife’s support.
B: It took us two months to redesign the place to suit our needs.
C: One of the things I really missed when I set up home in Maryland, was a restaurant that served authentic Indian food.
D: I decided to pursue this idea seriously and bought an old building in the downtown.
1.BCDA
2.CADB
3.CBAD
4.DACB

Solution : 2
A: But that is for an emotional reason.
B: Learning our mother tongue is important and everyone should start there.
C: This is because proficiency in the language can lead to better opportunities.
D: Learning English, however, is important for practical reasons.
1.DBAC
2.DACB
3.BDCA
4.BADC

Solution : 4
A: The first of these states that the only way to have a friend is to be one.
B: Like all relationships, it is also governed by some well-defined principles.
C: Friendship is one of the most coveted relationships on earth.
D: Thus, one must be reliable as a friend to expect reliability in others.
1.ACBD
2.CBAD
3.BDAC
4.CDBA


CGL TIER-1 Exam 2018-19

Given below are four jumbled sentences. Out of the given options pick the one that gives their correct order.
A: A man on a bike had to ride on the pavement.
B: When he tried to plunge onto the road, a car hit him.
C: As the bus inched through the evening life, the traffic grew.
D: There was no space on the road any more.
1.CBAD
2.DBCA
3.ADBC
4.CDAB

Solution : 4
A: Once the formalities are done, you can start using your account and save time and money.
B: Opening a bank account can seem intimidating.
C: Getting your account opened is just a matter of providing certain details and funding your account.
D: Fortunately, most banks follow a standardized process.
1.BDCA
2.BADC
3.CBDA
4.ADBC

Solution : 1
A: It is a popular tourist spot for watching the sunset and sunrise over the ocean.
B: Kanyakumari is a coastal town in the State of Tamil Nadu on India’s southern tip.
C: It is also a noted pilgrimage site, thanks to its Bagvathi Amman Temple and Our Lady of Ransom Church, a centre of Indian Catholicism.
D: Jutting out into the Laccadive sea, the town was known as Cape Caomorin during the British rule.
1.ACDB
2.DCAB
3.BDAC
4.BCDA

Solution : 3
A: He would sit at the edge of her mother’s bed and stare into her crib.
B: Arvind bumbled down the interminable corridor, suddenly reminded of his daughter in the days after she was born.
C: As a proportion to the fragment of life his daughter had seen, an hour was a vast sprawling space.
D: Some days he would imagine the world through her eyes and he would feel in his heart how long an hour actually was.
1.BCDA
2.BADC
3.DACB
4.ABCD

Solution : 2
A: Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves several steps.
B: There are two distinctive styles of Kalamkari in India.
C: They are the Sri kalahasti style and the Machlipatnam style.
D: Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
1.CBDA
2.DABC
3.ACBD
4.DCBA

Solution : 2
A: Its value is linked to what it is being used for.
B: Such questions often baffle you.
C: How emotional should one get about money and its value?
D: Money on its own has no value, until you have some use for it.
1.CABD
2.DBAC
3.CBDA
4.ACDB

Solution : 3
A: The market which has remained clogged with vehicles was all clear fore pedestrians.
B: The has even marked with stripes demarcating space for hawkers.
C: It also lined with beautiful potted plants to give it a green look.
D: Visitors to the busy Karol Bagh market in Delhi were in for a surprise.
1.DCBA
2.DABC
3.ADBC
4.BDAC

Solution : 2
A: When we can’t laugh at the same joke again, why should we cry over the same problems?
B: One day he told them a joke and everyone roared with laughter.
C: People came to a wise man to complain about the same problems every time.
D: When he repeated the joke twice, nobody laughed anymore.
1.DBCA
2.BACD
3.ADBC
4.CBDA

Solution : 4
A: If the mixture becomes too thick add more milk.
B: Finally, add sugar and nuts, and your kheer is ready.
C: Boil milk in a heavy-bottomed pan and add rice.
D: Cook for about twenty minutes stirring every once in a while till the mixture thickens.
1.BADC
2.CDAB
3.DACB
4.ADCB

Solution : 2
A: This network of storied is known in academic circles as ‘fiction’ or ‘imagined realities’.
B: However, an imagined reality is not a lie.
C: Over the years, people have woven an incredibly complex network of stories.
D: Within this network fiction not only exists but also accumulated immense power.
1.CADB
2.DBAC
3.ADBC
4.DBCA

Solution : 1
A: Lyrics help in creating a distinctive narrative, some conventions of which have been carried over from the talkative era.
B: Thus, songs have outlived films in people’s memories.
C: However, songs seem to have acquired a musical grammar of their own, establishing an emotional chord with the listeners.
D: In popular Indian cinema, lyrics are to music what the heart is to the body.
1.ABCD
2.DCBA
3.DACB
4.ADBC

Solution : 3
A: So, I had thoughts of setting up an Indian restaurant there with my wife’s support.
B: It took us two months to redesign the place to suit our needs.
C: One of the things I really missed when I set up home in Maryland, was a restaurant that served authentic Indian food.
D: I decided to pursue this idea seriously and bought an old building in the downtown.
1.BCDA
2.CADB
3.CBAD
4.DACB

Solution : 2
A: But that is for an emotional reason.
B: Learning our mother tongue is important and everyone should start there.
C: This is because proficiency in the language can lead to better opportunities.
D: Learning English, however, is important for practical reasons.
1.DBAC
2.DACB
3.BDCA
4.BADC

Solution : 4
A: The first of these states that the only way to have a friend is to be one.
B: Like all relationships, it is also governed by some well-defined principles.
C: Friendship is one of the most coveted relationships on earth.
D: Thus, one must be reliable as a friend to expect reliability in others.
1.ACBD
2.CBAD
3.BDAC

 

4.CDBA

Solution : 2

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