NTSE - Language Comprehensive Test - General English - Sentence Rearrangements

Question - 1

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which sentence will come at SECOND place in the paragraph?

  • A B
  • B C
  • C E
  • D D
  • E F

Question - 2

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which sentence with come at FOURTH place in the paragraph?

  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D
  • E E

Question - 3

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which sentence will come at FIRST place in the paragraph?

  • A F
  • B E
  • C D
  • D C
  • E B

Question - 4

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which will be the LAST sentence of the paragraph?

  • A B
  • B C
  • C D
  • D E
  • E F

Question - 5

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and  hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which will be the THIRD sentence of the paragraph?

  • A A
  • B E
  • C C
  • D D
  • E B

Question - 6

Given below are six sentences are (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a paragraph and them answer the following questions.
(A) It might, for the US, Japan and Germany, hold forth exciting possibilities.
(B) Therefore, for countries such as India, globalisation only heralds subjection
(C) The history of capitalism as a world order denotes its inevitable tendency to promote differentiation and domination
(D) To them globalisation does not augur freedom and progress; instead, it would only ensure the necessary climate for domination and  hegemonisation by the consortium of world's capitalist countries.
(E) But to expect the same for the weak in the world like India, Bangladesh and other post-colonial countries in Africa and Latin America, is to hope for the impossible.
(F) When post-colonial societies without postcoloniality" are being reintegrated into a global order, it would only ensure the subordination of the economically weaker countries.
Which will be the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph?

  • A D
  • B E
  • C C
  • D A
  • E B

Question - 7

Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question given below.
(A)There are any number of newly-elected MLAs which have a criminal record and they should be kept out of the government.
(B) Development is possible if there is social peace.
(C) This requires an end to the criminalisation of politics
(D) Governance, after all, is a political task.
(E) Such a peace is possible only if the social consensus is for an equitable distribution of political and economic gains
Which will be the FIRST sentence of the paragraph?

  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D
  • E E

Question - 8

Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question given below.
(A)There are any number of newly-elected MLAs which have a criminal record and they should be kept out of the government.
(B) Development is possible if there is social peace.
(C) This requires an end to the criminalisation of politics
(D) Governance, after all, is a political task.
(E) Such a peace is possible only if the social consensus is for an equitable distribution of political and economic gains.
Which will be the LAST sentence of the paragraph?

  • A E
  • B D
  • C C
  • D B
  • E A

Question - 9

Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question given below.
(A)There are any number of newly-elected MLAs which have a criminal record and they should be kept out of the government.
(B) Development is possible if there is social peace.
(C) This requires an end to the criminalisation of politics
(D) Governance, after all, is a political task.
(E) Such a peace is possible only if the social consensus is for an equitable distribution of political and economic gains.
Which sentence will come at THIRD place in the paragraph?

  • A A
  • B B
  • C C
  • D D
  • E E

Question - 10

Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question given below.
(A)There are any number of newly-elected MLAs which have a criminal record and they should be kept out of the government.
(B) Development is possible if there is social peace.
(C) This requires an end to the criminalisation of politics
(D) Governance, after all, is a political task.
(E) Such a peace is possible only if the social consensus is for an equitable distribution of political and economic gains.
Which sentence will come at FOURTH place in the paragraph?

  • A E
  • B D
  • C C
  • D B
  • E A
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