Sentence Rearrangements Quiz for SSC CGL Tier 2




Dear Students, English section Exam is very challenging. SSC exams are just nearby and as we know English Section is as important as other sections. In fact English in SSC CGL Tier 2 exam holds an appreciating weightage of 200 marks which is enough to know the importance of this Section in govt exams.Now SSC CHSL Exam is the next target of the aspirants .You need to gird up your loins to score maximum marks.Today, in this English quiz we are providing Sentence Rearrangement  Quiz  holding a captivating weightage in examAttempt this quiz, learn effectively and impetus yourself for all the upcoming exams regarding English Section  in just a needed time and prepare yourself flawlessly. We wish you good luck for the upcoming Exams.



Directions (1-15): In the following questions, sentence is split into four parts & named A, B, C & D. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence/passage and find out which of the four combinations is connect. Then find the correct answer and indicate it by blackening the appropriate circle in the Answer Sheet. 

Q1. 
(A) to understand 
(B) to many people 
(C) threatening and even impossible 
(D) grammar appears
CABD
BDCA
DACB
ADBC

Q2. 
(A) a lazy sulky 
(B) the rascal is 
(C) him at arm’s length 
(D) good for nothing, keep
BADC
DCAB
ADCB
CDBA

Q3. 
(A) into the office 
(B) someone broke 
(C) highly confidential letters 
(D) and stole some
CABD
ABCD
BADC
BDCA

Q4. 
(A) to raise their status 
(B) from others 
(C) and to gain acceptance 
(D) people follow fashion
DBCA
ABCD
BCAD
DACB

Q5. 
(A) reasons for this failure 
(B) one of the principal 
(C) dare not take risks 
(D) is that many people
BADC
CBAD
ACBD
BDAC

Q6. 
(A) for some time 
(B) which is troublesome 
(C) the weather becomes cool and pleasant 
(D) though there is humility in it
DBAC
ACBD
CBAD
CADB

Q7. 
(A) he did not take revenge on Ravi 
(B) though he had 
(C) as he was magnanimous 
(D) done great harm to him
CABD
ADCB
BCAD
DACB

Q8. 
(A) can make Indian farmers active 
(B) growth of industries 
(C) throughout the year 
(D) in cities around the villages
BADC
CADB
DCAB
BDAC

Q9. 
(A) until they have come 
(B) some take no thought 
(C) to the end of it 
(D) of the value of time
DCBA
BDAC
ACDB
CBDA

Q10. 
(A) half of its beauty and usefulness 
(B) knowledge would lose 
(C) without hard toil 
(D) if we could acquire it
BADC
DCAB
CBDA
CDBA

Q11. 
(A) is often worse than 
(B) to make him sad 
(C) to hurt a person’s heart 
(D) breaking his head
BACD
CBAD
ADBC
DCBA

Q12. 
(A) in the winter time 
(B) the 2022 World Cup in Qatar 
(C) would best be staged 
(D) will not be held in June and July but
ADCB
BDCA
BCAD
CDAB

Q13. 
(A) use a fairly good quality cotton 
(B) as the thread is inserted in the needle’s eye 
(C) or nylon thread so that 
(D) the stands do not unravel
DCAB
ACDB
ABCD
BCDA

Q14. 
(A) on earth have not 
(B) the noblest deeds 
(C) been done for gold 
(D) that have been done
CADB
DBCA
ACBD
BDAC

Q15. 
(A) it came upon me and buried me deep in its own body and carried me swiftly towards the sea 
(B) I soon found it impossible to avoid it 
(C) I saw the sea came after me as high as a great hill and as furious as an enemy 
(D) I got upon my feet and endeavored to make towards the land as fast as possible before another wave should return
DCBA
ADBC
CBAD
BADC

               

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