Category : 3rd Class
You might not realize it, but you brain is a code ?cracking machine. For emaxple: it deson?t mttaer in what order the ltteers in awrod aepapr, the only iprmoatnt tihng is taht the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rghit pcale. The rset can be a total mses and you can still raed it wouthit pobelrm.
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QUICK CONCEPT REVIEW
Proper sentences are divided .into phrases. These phrases are jumbled. The student is expected to look at the jumbled phrases, comprehend the meaning implied, and put the sentence in order.
Look at the explosion given above! I bet you can't make the head or tail of it. It is just motley or a zigzag arrangement of letters. It is of no use unless you arrange it in a logical order. It spells BACKWARDS. I am sure you know what it means! So what we need is not just letters but letters arranged in a logical order so as to form meaningful words. Now, Read this! There are bricks of words on a road.
Let us Arrange them to form sentence.
That makes good sense, doesn't it?
The very purpose of this lesson is to help you to make sense out of letters, words and sentence.
Shortcut to Problem Solving
It's always a good idea to read the answer options to figure out the most correct sentence, than to try solving the jumbled sentence yourself. First identify the jumbled sentence then try and solve the predicate. After this find the tense and then the verb.
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