Sentence Rearrangement For IBPS PO: Part 7

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

A)Women outside their home after dusk, or at about any activity other than the domestic chores that gives them social legitimacy — anything that indulges sensual pleasure, such as eating out or watching a film, leave alone something as laden with promiscuous potential as dancing or partying — are considered by many to be less than chaste, and, therefore, fair game for sexual predation.

B)Nirbhaya was neither the first nor the last woman to be brutally assaulted. But the sheer savagery of the assault triggered unprecedented outrage. But mere outrage will not secure women.
C)Much of the focus on this count has been on the physical solutions: helpline numbers to summon emergency teams, better police patrolling and even self-defence lessons for women.
D) These do not address the root problem that lies in social values that subjugate women and their sexuality. Women are deemed virtuous depending on their location in time and space, apart from social class, and how they dress
E)The Supreme Court’s Nirbhaya verdict, upholding death for the four accused in jail — one committed suicide and the sixth, a juvenile, was sentenced in 2013 to a three-year term in a juvenile home — will not settle with finality any of the questions that racked society’s conscience in the wake of the brutal assault on a young woman on December 16, 2012.
F)These relate to the validity of capital punishment in a humane society, the right punishment for the heinous crime of rape and women’s uncertain security in the country.

1. Which of the following sentences should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
a) F
b) E 
c) D 
d) A 
e) B

2. Which of the following sentences should be the FIFTH after rearrangement? 
a) B 
b) A 
c) C 
d) F 
e) D

3. Which of the following sentences should be the SIXTH(LAST) after rearrangement? 
a) E 
b) C 
c) F  
d) A 
e) B

4. Which of the following sentences should be the FOURTH after rearrangement? 
a) A 
b) D 
c) C 
d) E 
e) B

5. Which of the following sentences should be the FIRST after rearrangement? 
a) B 
b) E 
c) D 
d) A 
e) C

Directions: Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, Will be in one part of the sentence. If there is no error. Mark (E) i.e. no error as the answer. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

6. It is possible for the government to fund and catalyse the needed R&D (a)/ by contracting in research on the lines of the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (b)/, which identifies product and technology requirements (c) / and bids out R&D contracts (d) / NO ERROR (e)

7. So retirement is often an illusion: (a) / it does not materialize in the freedom and happiness one imagined (b) /, and it is dangerous because if you avoid any real challenge (c) / it will leads to a rapid decline in your mental ability for the rest of your life (d) /NO ERROR (e).

8. The success of this latest salvo against bad loans (a) / will depend on the fine print on how the ultimate decision (b) /— whether to take a haircut on a loan and (c) / restructure it or invoke bankruptcy clauses — is arrived at (d) ./ NO ERROR. (e)

9. India has no doubt gained goodwill across the subcontinent through the gesture, (a) /and the moment was neatly captured by the videoconference that followed the launch, showing all SAARC leaders (with the exception of Pakistan’s) (b) /together on one screen as they spoke of the benefits they would receive in communication, telemedicine, meteorological forecasting and broadcasting.(c) /The message is equal strong to South Asia’s other benefactor, China, at a time when it is preparing to demonstrate its global clout at the Belt and Road Forum on May 14-15 (d) / NO ERROR (e)

10. There was widespread discontent among voters, particularly among the youth, (a)/with the mainstream political elite; the economy (b) / has been struggling for years; joblessness is high;(c) / there is deepening insecurity among the citizens in general in the wake of multiples terror attacks. (d) / NO ERROR. (e)

Answers:

1) a)F

2) e)D

3) d) A

4) c)C

5) b) E the correct arrangement is : “ EFBCDA:

6) (B) ERROR : “ CONTRACTING IN “ ; RIGHT USAGE : “ CONTRACTING OUT “
“CONTRACTING OUT “ : to agree by contract to pay someone outside an organization to perform (a job) EXAMPLE : The company contracted out its manufacturing jobs.

7) (C ) ERROR : “LEADS “ RIGHT USAGE : “ LEAD”

8) (E) NO ERROR

9) (D) ERROR : “EQUAL “ RIGHT USAGE : “EQUALLY “

10) (D)ERROR : “ MULTIPLES RIGHT USAGE : “MULTIPLE”
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