1 Dec 2016

Sentence Rearrangement from "The Hindu" Editorial (Dated- 30th Nov 2016)

Sentence Rearrangement from "The Hindu" Editorial (Dated- 30th Nov 2016)
Dear Readers, we have given here the English Practice Questions for upcoming IBPS RRB/ Clerk Exam 2016 from “THE HINDU” Editorial Page. Candidates can use this material for their preparations.

Sentence Rearrangement Based on The Hindu Editorial (Dated 30th Nov 2016)

Finally A Step Towards Change

Directions (Q.1-5): Rearrange the following seven sentences or part of sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the question given below it.
A. The Madhesi parties refusing to budge from maximalist positions in the run-up to the move, it remains to be seen whether these amendments will pass.

B. All these were major demands raised by Madhesi and other groups in agitations that lasted months and disrupted life.

C. The amendments include federal redrawing of boundaries that will allow for at least two Madhesi-dominated Terai provinces, substantial recognition of rights of naturalised citizens, especially women, and some degree of proportional representation in the Upper House.

D. A failure would mean the political battle to honour the commitments made in the interim Constitution in 2007, which followed a series of agitations seeking a federal democratic character to Naya Nepal, is lost to the status quoists.

E. But with the opposition Communist Party of Nepal (Unified-Marxist Leninist) refusing to countenance any change, the Nepali Congress not providing adequate support to the government. 

F. With the CPN(Maoist-Centre)-led government in Nepal approving amendments to the Constitution that will be tabled in Parliament, a first step towards positive change has been made in addressing federal concerns.

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

2). Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
a)   E
b)   C
c)   D
d)   A
e)   F

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

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

5). Which of the following should be the SIXTH (Last) sentence after rearrangement?
a)   E
b)   D
c)   B
d)   C
e)   A

6). Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
a)   E
b)   D
c)   B
d)   C
e)   F

ANSWERS:
Correct Arrangement: FCBEA D
1).d   2).a   3).e   4).a   5).b   6).c


Title: Finally A Step Towards Change
 F. With the CPN(Maoist-Centre)-led government in Nepal approving amendments to the Constitution that will be tabled in Parliament, a first step towards positive change has been made in addressing federal concerns.
C. The amendments include federal redrawing of boundaries that will allow for at least two Madhesi-dominated Terai provinces, substantial recognition of rights of naturalised citizens, especially women, and some degree of proportional representation in the Upper House.
B. All these were major demands raised by Madhesi and other groups in agitations that lasted months and disrupted life.
E. But with the opposition Communist Party of Nepal (Unified-Marxist Leninist) refusing to countenance any change, the Nepali Congress not providing adequate support to the government. 
A. The Madhesi parties refusing to budge from maximalist positions in the run-up to the move, it remains to be seen whether these amendments will pass.
D. A failure would mean the political battle to honour the commitments made in the interim Constitution in 2007, which followed a series of agitations seeking a federal democratic character to Naya Nepal, is lost to the status quoists.





 

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