Para jumbles Practice Set for IBPS PO: Part- 6

 
Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question given below:
A. that have spurred household spending, an expansion in business investment, and most significantly, a global pickup in demand.
B. It is also noteworthy that the economic revival has been happening amid heightened policy uncertainty worldwide,
C. This offers more reassurance that the global economy may have finally re-emerged from the post-financial crisis doldrums.
D. Fed Chair Janet Yellen emphasised the factors underpinning this rebound in economic activity — an “ongoing improvement in the job market and relatively high levels of consumer sentiment and wealth”
E. The biggest take away from the U.S. Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the federal funds rate, for a third time in six months,
F. especially in key areas like trade, as political tumult continues to roil the U.S. under the Donald Trump administration and, more recently, the U.K. as well.
G. given a recent softening in price gains, the Fed’s decision to announce the contours of a programme to gradually pare the size of its $4.5 trillion balance sheet is another sign that the U.S. economic engine is warming up.
H. is its assertion that growth in the world’s largest economy has gained traction and is on course to warrant further “gradual” rate increases.
I. And while Ms. Yellen reiterated that the American central bank remained on alert in monitoring inflation developments,

1. Which of the following should be the fifth sentence after rearrangement? 
i. E
ii. A
iii. H
iv. G
v. C


2. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
i. B
ii. D
iii. E
iv. A
v. H


3. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
i. B
ii. G
iii. E
iv. I
v. C


4. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
i. B
ii. D
iii. E
iv. A
v. I


5. Which of the following should be the sixth sentence after rearrangement?
i. B
ii. F
iii. E
iv. G
v. H


6. Which of the following should be the last sentence after rearrangement?
i. A
ii. C
iii. D
iv. G
v. H


7. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
i. C
ii. A
iii. F
iv. I
v. H


Explanation:


(E,H,D,A,C,B,F,I,G)

(First of all we need to go through all of these sentences and After read all these sentences we can clearly understand that there is only a single sentence that can be our 1st sentence which is sentence E.
When we read sentence H we see that there is a question about the growth of world’s largest economy and there is no other sentence that is related to sentence E so it should be our second sentence.
In sentence D Janet Yellen wants to show some factors of economic activity and sentence A we have the effects of those factors: spurred household spending, an expansion in business investment so it can be a pair.
Now we need to find our fifth sentence while we have remaining five sentences in which we can easily get a pair(B and F) because in sentence B the economic revival has been happeningworldwide, and in sentence F we have those key areas in which economic revival has been happening. So none of these two sentences can be our fifth sentence and now we have remaining three sentences in which when we read sentence C with A, we see that these two sentences make a sense together so finally we have got our fifth sentence.
And now we want to get our next sixth sentence and read the remaining sentences we will get that only sentence B can be our next sentenceand because it is in a pair so we have also get our seventh sentence.
Now we have only two sentences in which sentence I have a (,) in the last so it can’t be our last sentence so our last sentence should be sentence Gand the second last should be I.)
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