Make A Sentence # Scrambled Words

Given below are sentences that have been jumbled up. You need to rearrange the words to make meaningful sentences. Make sure you write down every word that has been given in the sentence.

  1. The /finance/were/ dependent/ on/ it/ for/agriculture /contributed /only /15% /to/ the / minister/ said/ that/ although /economy/,/ 55% /of/ Indians/living/./

ANSWER The finance minister said that although agriculture contributed only 15% to the economy, 55% of Indians were dependent on it for living.

2. The /finance/steel /sector /and/ on/ addressing /problems/ of/ the/ moving/./got/ highway/minister /said/ that /the/ government / projects / had/ moved /ahead/

ANSWER The finance minister said that the government had moved ahead on addressing problems of the steel sector and got highway projects moving.

3. Banks/ reasons/./discoms /for/ their/fund /state /political/ cannot /indefinitely/

ANSWER Banks cannot indefinitely fund state discoms for their political reasons.

4. the/ drop /in/ global/ oil/an/ opportunity /to/ give /the /additional/ push /savings/ from /prices /provides /to/ infrastructure/./ and/ commodity/ According/ to /Jaitley/,/ the /

ANSWER According to Jaitley, the savings from the drop in global oil and commodity prices provides an opportunity to give the additional push to infrastructure.

5. He/ said /of/and /new /areas/,/ for/ whom /that/ education/ and /the /spread/ new /cities/ electronic /and/ digital /media / of/ people /were/ increasing /the /suburbs/ were/ the/ destination/in /rural /aspiration/./

ANSWER He said that education and the spread of electronic and digital media were increasing the aspiration of people in rural areas, for whom new cities and new suburbs were the destination.

6. We /need/ and /economy /grows/ sure /that/years/gets/ out/ of/which /it/ was/ in/ a/ couple /of/ therefore/,/ to/ make / the /slowdown/ situation/,/  our / ago/./

ANSWER We need, therefore, to make sure that our economy grows and gets out of the slowdown situation which it was in a couple of years ago

7. Central / targets should/ focus/ quickly /creating/government/ a/instead/ growth / conducive/ environment / of/ talking /about/for/ business/./

ANSWER Central govt instead of talking about growth targets should focus quickly creating a conducive environment for business.

8. The/ to /bitter/ foes /Nitish Kumar /of/ the /Bihar / today’s/ romantic /lead/./election/ so /far/ is /and /have/ turned /into/biggest/ surprise /how /yesterday’s /Lalu Prasad /seem /

ANSWER The biggest surprise of the Bihar election so far is how yesterday’s bitter foes Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad seem to have turned into today’s romantic lead.

9. There/ would / were /doubts/ that/ self-destruct/ during/ the/itself/./their/ new /alliance/ election/ campaign /

ANSWER There were doubts that their new alliance would self-destruct during the election campaign itself.

10. Every/hard/,/ fast/ opposition/ is /rebutted / and/ in/ concert/./ charge/

ANSWER Every opposition charge is rebutted hard, fast and in concert.

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Make A Sentence # Disarranged Words

Given below are words that have been jumbled up. You need to rearrange the words and make meaningful sentences. Make sure that you use all the words, including the punctuation mark, given in the question.

  1. The/escalated/ the /political/ crisis/ in /this/ Ahmed /Adheeb/,/ the /Vice-President/ of/ the /democracy/,/ already/ fragile/Maldives/, /has / young / dramatic/ arrest/ last/ week /of/./

ANSWER The dramatic arrest last week of Ahmed Adheeb, the Vice-President of the Maldives, has escalated the political crisis in this young democracy, already fragile.

2.  If /the / true/,/in/ a /transparent/ it/ should / claims/ impartial/be /ready /to/                 try/ Mr. Adheeb /government’s/ process/./are/and /

ANSWER  If the government’s claims are true, it should be ready to try Mr. Adheeb in a transparent and impartial process.

3.  Each/and/ a/ general/ atmosphere /of/ intolerance/together/ rationalists/ and/ writers/,/ minority/ communities they  /frame /a/ collective/ towards /people/ belonging/ to/ one /capacity/,/ but /response /to/ incidents /of/ lynching/,/questions/ the /government /in /an/ individual / murder /of//./

ANSWER  Each one questions the government in an individual capacity, but together they frame a collective response to incidents of lynching, murder of rationalists and writers, and a general atmosphere of intolerance towards people belonging to minority communities.

4.  But / a/ stronger /partnership/and /African /countries /since /the/ 1990s /economic/ policies/./ with/ as/ the/ country /recalibrated/India /lost/ some/ momentum /in/ building/ its/ foreign /

ANSWER  But India lost some momentum in building a stronger partnership with African countries since the 1990s as the country recalibrated its foreign and economic policies.

5. Each /wave /  of/ the/ government/political/the /questions /posed/ of/ protest /refreshes /and /clarifies/and /its / intent/./

ANSWER Each wave of protest refreshes and clarifies the questions posed of the government and its political intent.

6.  The/ was/ first/ slide/idea /of/ to/ arrest /this / and /reboot /the /relationship/./the/ India-Africa/ summit/ mooted /

ANSWER  The idea of the India-Africa summit was first mooted to arrest this slide and reboot the relationship.

7.They/ cannot/State/ governments /to/ maintain/ law /and/ order/./ get/ away/ by/ evasively/ blaming /for/ failing/

ANSWER They cannot get away by evasively blaming State governments for failing to maintain law and order.

8. No/ than /politics/ are /less /compatible/ and /science/./ two/ disciplines/

ANSWER No two disciplines are less compatible than politics and science.

9.  The/ Prime/ Minister/ has/ than/ a/ ,/ is/ not/ represented /that /Africa/,/ with /more/quarter/ of/ the /members /of/ the /UN/in/ the /powerful/ UN /body/./ also/ noted /

ANSWER  The Prime Minister has also noted that Africa, with more than a quarter of the members of the UN, is not represented in the powerful UN body.

10. Their/ demands / for /the/ removal/ of/ the / remain /the /institute/ and/ three /unmet/./head/ of/other /NDA /appointees/

ANSWER Their demands for the removal of the head of the institute and three other NDA appointees remain unmet.

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Make A Sentence # Jumbled Up Words

Given below are sentences that have jumbled up words. You need to rearrange the given words and make meaningful sentences.

  1. Usha/profile/connect/started/consumer/with/youth/its/making/the/products/became/to/as/younger.           ANSWER  Usha started making products to connect with the youth as its consumer profile became younger.
  2. The/under/RBI/the/by/minimum/last/has/scheme/gold/notified/fixed/30/deposit/grams/the/as/the/size/government/monetization/week.          ANSWER The RBI has fixed 30 grams as the minimum deposit size under the gold monetization scheme notified by the government last week.
  3. Asian/who/of/consumers/choice/was/market/woman/of/paints/the/research/home/making/the/recently/that/is/realised/its/from/house/the/décor.          ANSWER Asian paints recently realized from market research that its consumers is the woman of the house who was making the choice of home décor.
  4. The/services/way/and/common/,/man/humane/communicating/capacities/more/craves/better/increased/a/of/                             ANSWER The common man craves better services, increased capacities and a more humane way of communicating.
  5. Government/of/speed/metros/and/bullet/quadrilateral/has/trains/major/freight/diamond/articulated/its/the/vision/of/developing/,/network/,/of/high/railways/connecting/dedicated/corridors.                             ANSWER Government has articulated its vision of developing bullet trains, the diamond quadrilateral of network of high speed railways connecting major metros, and dedicated freight corridors.
  6. He/their/exploiting/for/commission’s/peons/in/also/like/alleged/its/involved/that/are/workers/the/officers/domestic/work.                                ANSWER He also alleged that the commission’s officers are involved in exploiting its workers like peons for their domestic work.
  7. Some/,/good/people/and/think/that/that/football/everyone/is/to/like/play/has/the/theatre/guy.                                                  ANSWER Some people think that football is like theatre, and that everyone has to play the good guy.
  8. The/in/20/the/turnover/have/wealthiest/a/world/cumulative/of/clubs/$6.2 billion.                                           ANSWER The 20 wealthiest clubs in the world have a cumulative turnover of $ 6.2 billion.
  9. It/two/honestly/is/,/always/there/are/hard/top/because/players.           ANSWER It is always hard, honestly, because there are two top players.
  10. Some/that/fewer/who/a/eat/people/based/meat/that/to/have/red/plant/eat/shown/of/studies/lot/tend/foods/protect/cancer.                   ANSWER Studies have shown people who eat a lot of red meat tend to eat fewer plant based foods that protect against cancer.

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Make A Sentence # Rearrange Words

Given below are words that have been jumbled up. You need to rearrange them to make meaningful sentences. Make sure, you don’t miss out any of the words given in the question (including the punctuation). Practice them to write better sentences in your writing task of IELTS.

  1. Twenty-seven people/ -/and /young /have/ people/ -/  fire/ broke/ out/  Bucharest/,/mostly/at/ a/ nightclub/ in/ teenagers / been/ killed /after/ officials/ say/./ Answer – Twenty-seven people – mostly teenagers and young people – have been killed after fire broke out at a nightclub in Bucharest, officials say.
  2.  the/ result/ of/ of/ economies /in/ the/ 2008/,/High/ rates/ of/ youth /unemployment /are/ and/,/ some/ academics/ young /people/, /the/ economic/ crisis/ that /began/the/ sheer/ number/  in /,/ the/ restructuring/ of /argue/developing/ world/./ Answer – High rates of youth unemployment are the result of the sheer number of young people, the economic crisis that began in 2008, and, some academics argue, the restructuring of economies in the developing world.
  3. Singerman/ so/ much / part /about /accumulating /money/ for / migration/,/ believes /that/ news/ at/ in/ the/marriage/./ moment/,/ is/ in /large/the/ Answer –Singerman believes that migration, so much in the news at the moment, is in large part about accumulating money for marriage.
  4.  have /to/ thing/ how /to/ explain/ it/ to/you’ll /ever/ the /kids/ worry/ about /is/ The/ only/./Answer –The only thing you’ll ever have to worry about is how to explain it to the kids.
  5. Scientists /  for/ over/ this /loss/ of /immune / a /understand /trying/ to/of/system /recognition/decade/./Answer- Scientists have been trying to understand the mechanism of this loss of immune system recognition for over a decade.
  6. I /colleagues/ in / University/ Rankings/ for/ all/ their/ in /achieving /congratulate/ my /work/ and /commitment /place /position /in/ the/our /the /first/ hard /life/ sciences /departments/ World/./ Answer- I congratulate my colleagues in our life sciences departments for all their hard work and commitment in achieving the first place position in the World University Rankings.
  7. The/  contest/ in/World/ Series/ is/ the /biggest/ Kansas /City/a /lot/ is/ at/ stake/ for/ the/ baseball/ so / Mets/ and/ the/ Royals/ as/ they / New /York/face/ off/ this/ week/./Answer – The World Series is the biggest contest in baseball so a lot is at stake for the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals as they face off this week.
  8. Oxford/ were /visited/ by /a/ “National Living Treasure” /./ University’s/ Wytham /Woods/last/ weekend/ Answer – Oxford University’s Wytham Woods were visited by a “National Living Treasure” last weekend.
  9. The / historical/ and/sees /art/ as/ a/ vital/ component/broad /range/ of/ practical/,/ theoretical/ references/./of/ contemporary /culture/ with/ a /Ruskin/  Answer – ‘The Ruskin sees art as a vital component of contemporary culture with a broad range of practical, historical and theoretical references
  10. Dr/ Roynon /law/different /ways /and /believes/ the /two /can /  have /often/ approached/ human /rights/ in/complement /explains/ that/ literature/ and /each/ other/./ Answer – Dr Roynon explains that literature and law have often approached human rights in different ways and believes the two can complement each other.

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