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Jumbled Words and Sentences

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Jumbled Words and Sentences


Jumbled Words

A group of letters which makes sense is called a word. In a jumbled word, the letters of the alphabet are not in order. They are in mixed form. You have to arrange these letters to make a meaningful word.

Look at the following examples.

1.            IJUNRY             =         INJURY

2.            ERATS              =         TEARS

3.            THIWUTO         =         WITHOUT

4.            KESCTH           =         SKETCH

5.            SPMA               =         SPAM




A group of words making a complete sense is called sentence.


There are mainly five kinds of sentences.


1.            Assertive sentence: A sentence that states or declares something is called an assertive or declarative sentence.

For example: I go to school by bus.


2.            Interrogative sentence: A sentence that asks a question is called a question or an interrogative sentence.

For example: What is your name?


3.            Imperative sentence: A sentence that expresses a command, request, suggestion, order or advice is called an imperative sentence.

For example: Keep silence.


4.            Exclamatory sentence: A sentence that expresses some strong feelings or emotions such as joy sorrow, surprise or contempt is called an exclamatory sentence.

For example: How beautiful the flower is!


5.            Optative sentence: A sentence which expresses wish, desire or pray is called an optative sentence.

For example: May God bless you!


Jumbled Sentences


In these types of questions, you are provided with the first and last parts of a sentence. The remaining sentence is broken into four parts labelled (P), (Q), (R) and (S). You are required to arrange these parts so as to form a complete meaningful sentence.

Look at the following examples.


1.            The collector said that the

P: supply of water for irrigation

Q: dams should receive water

R: upto a particular level

S: to ensure uninterrupted

The proper sequence should be

(a) QRSP                       (b) PSQR

(c) RQSP                       (d) SPRQ

(e) None of these

Ans.     (a)


2.            When you

P: which one is closest in meaning

Q: read the four sentence in your text book and decide

R: to the statement you have heard

S: hear a statement

(a) SRPQ                       (b) SQPR

(c) SPQR                       (d) QPSR

(e) None of these

Ans.     (b)


3.            A typical Prakash Padukone day

P: or even a game of tennis

Q: starts off

R: on some days

S: with an early morning

(a) QSPR                      (b) QSRP

(c) RPSQ                      (d) RSQP

(e) None of these

Ans.     (a)


4.            Alexander,

P: was a disciple of Aristotle

Q: who was a great conqueror

R: whom the world acknowledges as the greatest philosopher

S: the world has ever known

(a) PQSR                       (b) QPRS

(c) RPQS                       (d) SPQR

(e) None of these

Ans.     (b)


5.            Jawaharlal Nehru

P: under the Cabinet Mission Scheme

Q: was the first to articulate

R: long before such an assembly was set up

S: the idea of a Constituent Assembly

(a) PQSR                       (b) QSRP

(c) RPQS                       (d) SRPQ

(e) None of these

Ans.     (b)


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