11 Jun 2017

Crack English Session (Day-6): Important Tips to Attend Sentence Rearrangement with Exercise Questions (Answers Updated)

Crack English Session (Day-6): Important Tips to Attend Sentence Rearrangement with Exercise Questions
Crack English Session (Day-6): Important Tips to Attend Sentence Rearrangement with Exercise Questions (Answers Updated):
Dear Aspirants, In Today’s Session we are going to discuss about the Important Tips to Attend Sentence Rearrangement with Exercise Questions. Candidates those who are preparing for upcoming SBI Clerk / IBPS Exams 2017 and all other competitive exams can use this.


Tips to Attend Sentence Rearrangement:-
Directions:Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
·        Read the sentences one by one carefully without any presumption and find the main theme of the passage.
3 main ways to arrange sentences:
o   Top type (T):- You can only find the first statement which introduces the passage or title. Even last sentence which gives conclusion might not be known.
o   Top to bottom type (TB):- Find first and last sentences; get lead from 1st, then sentences which leads to last in this central or midpoint might not be known.
o   Top mid and bottom (TMB):-You may find first, last and main theme of the passage and kept it as midpoint. Then find the link sentence/s for 1st and mid sentence. Then link sentence/s for mid and last sentence.
·        The first sentence which introduces the paragraph may be about person, organisation, policy, banking terms..etc,.
·        At the same time each sentence will give lead to the next sentence, all you need is to follow the lead or continuity of the story line.
Simple Trick: If sentences starting with- so, but, now; then these have to be ordered as- but, so, now.

Dear Aspirants, Below we have given exercise questions try to arrange the sentence by using the above tips, and give your answers in the below comment section.


Exercise Questions:
Directions (Q . 1 – 5) : Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E, F and G in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. If the balance is insufficient to cover the debit, the difference becomes payable immediately or else a service fee is levied
B. Debit cards are the same as credit cards
C. Quite obviously, a debit card may not be the appropriate card for those who would like to have a credit
D. If the amount payable is overdue for a long period, the card may be cancelled.
E. As the transaction in the debit card are debited to the account instantaneously, they are relatively less risky to banks than credit card.
F. The only difference in this card is that the amount of dues from the cardholder for each and every transaction is debited to cashholder’s account as soon as each transaction is notified to the issuer.
G. This has however an advantage in the sense that it replaces the requirement of carrying cash or cheque book, when the transactions are being carried out.

1). Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
a)   G
b)   B
c)   D
d)   C
e)   A

2). Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
a)   A
b)   C
c)   E
d)   F
e)   B

3). Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
a)   A
b)   B
c)   G
d)   E
e)   C

4). Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
a)   C
b)   E
c)   D
d)   B
e)   F

5). Which of the following will be the LAST (SEVENTH)  sentence after rearrangement?
a)   B
b)   A
c)   G
d)   F
e)   E

Explanations:

This passage can be rearranged in T method.
So, You can find 1st statement that introduces the passage and leads to the second line.
B. Debit cards are the same as credit cards. ( In this statement only we cab able to know the passage is about Debit and credit cards. It gives the hint of explaining the difference.)
F. The difference in this card is that the amount of dues from the cardholder for each and every transaction is notified to the issuer.( Transaction is possible only when you sufficient balance in your account. So it leads the next statement.)
A. If the balance is insufficient to cover the debit, the difference becomes payable immediately or else a service fee is levied. (It leads to the next statement if it couldn't be done immediately what might be its consequence). So the next statement is
D. If the amount payable is overdue for a long period, the card may be cancelled. ( these kind of facility can be available in credit card only). It is mentioned in next statement.
C. Quite obviously, a debit card may not be the appropriate card for those who would like to have a credit. ( It gives the benefit of the card)
G. This has however an advantage in the sense that it replaces the requirement of carrying cash or cheque book, when the transactions are being carried out.( This statement ends with the detail of transaction so it leads next statement)
E. As the transaction in the debit card are debited to the account instantaneously, they.are relatively less risky to banks than credit card.

So the sentence order is BFADCGE




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