Sentence Rearrangement from “The Hindu” Editorial (Dated- 2nd Dec 2016)

    Sentence Rearrangement from “The Hindu” Editorial (Dated- 2nd Dec 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 2nd December 2016)

    A)Though there has been a 66 per cent drop in incidence in 2015 in India compared with 2000, the number of new HIV infections last year was 86,000; children below 15 years of age alone account for 12 per cent of this number.
    B)early diagnosis will help in a prompt start to treatment and enable the infected to live longer and healthier.
    C)Though much progress has been achieved in India in making HIV testing accessible and free of cost, many infected persons remain unaware of their status.
    D)In 2015, the total number of people with HIV in India was estimated to be 2.1 million.
    E)With the World Health Organisation releasing guidelines on HIV self-testing, a major obstacle in improving access to diagnosis has been cleared.
    F)Across the world, nearly 40 per cent of people with HIV are unaware of their infection and run the risk of unknowingly transmitting it. Besides going a long way in preventing new infections.
    1).Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence?
    a) F    b) C   c) B  d) E   e) A

    2).Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence?
    a) A   b) D   c) C  d) E   e) F

    3).Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence?
    a) E   b) C   c) D  d) F    e) A

    4).Which of the following will be the SIXTH sentence?
    a) B   b) F    c) D  d) A   e) E

    5). Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence?
    a) F    b) B   c) D  d) E   e) A
    Answer:
    Correct order: ECFBAD
    1. (e)   2. (d)  3. (d)   4. (c)   5. (b)

    Correct Arrangement:
    E. With the World Health Organisation releasing guidelines on HIV self-testing, a major obstacle in improving access to diagnosis has been cleared.

    C. Though much progress has been achieved in India in making HIV testing accessible 
    and free of cost, many infected persons remain unaware of their status.

    F. Across the world, nearly 40 per cent of people with HIV are unaware of their infection and run the risk of unknowingly transmitting it. Besides going a long way in preventing new infections,

    B. early diagnosis will help in a prompt start to treatment and enable the infected to live longer and healthier.

    A. Though there has been a 66 per cent drop in incidence in 2015 in India compared with 2000, the number of new HIV infections last year was 86,000; children below 15 years of age alone account for 12 per cent of this number.

    D. In 2015, the total number of people with HIV in India was estimated to be 2.1 million.


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