# Jumbles Paragraph

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• Q64.Directions: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) The forecast probability of both deficient and below-normal categories is double the climatological probability, which is based on how the monsoon fared in previous years.
(B) For the June-September season, both the deficient (less than 90 per cent of long-period average, or LPA) and below-normal (between 90 and 96 per cent of the long-period average) categories have a nearly equal probability of 33 and 35 per cent respectively.
(C) In contrast to last year, the initial outlook for the southwest monsoon looks hardly promising.
(D) According to the first-stage forecast issued by the India Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon seasonal rainfall is likely to be 93 per cent of the long-period average with a margin of error of 5 per cent.
(E) However, the initial forecast made in April cannot be the basis for arriving at any firm conclusions; at best, it may serve as a pointer.
(F) While the chances of excess rainfall occurring are non-existent, initial indications are that the monsoon this year will be subnormal or deficient.
Which of the following sentence should be the 1st after rearrangement?

• Q65.Directions: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) The forecast probability of both deficient and below-normal categories is double the climatological probability, which is based on how the monsoon fared in previous years.
(B) For the June-September season, both the deficient (less than 90 per cent of long-period average, or LPA) and below-normal (between 90 and 96 per cent of the long-period average) categories have a nearly equal probability of 33 and 35 per cent respectively.
(C) In contrast to last year, the initial outlook for the southwest monsoon looks hardly promising.
(D) According to the first-stage forecast issued by the India Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon seasonal rainfall is likely to be 93 per cent of the long-period average with a margin of error of 5 per cent.
(E) However, the initial forecast made in April cannot be the basis for arriving at any firm conclusions; at best, it may serve as a pointer.
(F) While the chances of excess rainfall occurring are non-existent, initial indications are that the monsoon this year will be subnormal or deficient.
Which of the following sentence should be the 2nd after rearrangement?

• Q66.Direction: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) Law enforcement in the city has been characterized by police brutality, and despite a better racial balance than elsewhere in the country in the city’s administration there is a severe lack of confidence in the system among residents.
(B) Unless the U.S. rethinks its strategies on crime and punishment with respect to the black community — incarceration rates among African-Americans continue to remain unacceptably high.
(C) And until the economic system evolves a way of addressing inner-city poverty, such incidents seem destined to recur.
(D) Baltimore, a city that has a high concentration of African-Americans relative to other parts of the country, suffers from specific issues such as urban poverty owing to long-term deindustrialization and unemployment.
(E) The abysmal state of affairs, which was depicted realistically by the popular TV series The Wire, extends to other inner cities as well.
(F) It has very high crime rates with the African-American youth of the inner cities in particular prone to be blamed for them even as they face difficult living conditions.

Which of the following sentence should be the 3rd after rearrangement?

• Q67.Direction: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) Law enforcement in the city has been characterized by police brutality, and despite a better racial balance than elsewhere in the country in the city’s administration there is a severe lack of confidence in the system among residents.
(B) Unless the U.S. rethinks its strategies on crime and punishment with respect to the black community — incarceration rates among African-Americans continue to remain unacceptably high.
(C) And until the economic system evolves a way of addressing inner-city poverty, such incidents seem destined to recur.
(D) Baltimore, a city that has a high concentration of African-Americans relative to other parts of the country, suffers from specific issues such as urban poverty owing to long-term deindustrialization and unemployment.
(E) The abysmal state of affairs, which was depicted realistically by the popular TV series The Wire, extends to other inner cities as well.
(F) It has very high crime rates with the African-American youth of the inner cities in particular prone to be blamed for them even as they face difficult living conditions.

Which of the following sentence should be the 6th (Last) after rearrangement?

• Q68.Direction: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) Law enforcement in the city has been characterized by police brutality, and despite a better racial balance than elsewhere in the country in the city’s administration there is a severe lack of confidence in the system among residents.
(B) Unless the U.S. rethinks its strategies on crime and punishment with respect to the black community — incarceration rates among African-Americans continue to remain unacceptably high.
(C) And until the economic system evolves a way of addressing inner-city poverty, such incidents seem destined to recur.
(D) Baltimore, a city that has a high concentration of African-Americans relative to other parts of the country, suffers from specific issues such as urban poverty owing to long-term deindustrialization and unemployment.
(E) The abysmal state of affairs, which was depicted realistically by the popular TV series The Wire, extends to other inner cities as well.
(F) It has very high crime rates with the African-American youth of the inner cities in particular prone to be blamed for them even as they face difficult living conditions.

Which of the following sentence should be the 5th after rearrangement?

• Q69.Direction: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) Law enforcement in the city has been characterized by police brutality, and despite a better racial balance than elsewhere in the country in the city’s administration there is a severe lack of confidence in the system among residents.
(B) Unless the U.S. rethinks its strategies on crime and punishment with respect to the black community — incarceration rates among African-Americans continue to remain unacceptably high.
(C) And until the economic system evolves a way of addressing inner-city poverty, such incidents seem destined to recur.
(D) Baltimore, a city that has a high concentration of African-Americans relative to other parts of the country, suffers from specific issues such as urban poverty owing to long-term deindustrialization and unemployment.
(E) The abysmal state of affairs, which was depicted realistically by the popular TV series The Wire, extends to other inner cities as well.
(F) It has very high crime rates with the African-American youth of the inner cities in particular prone to be blamed for them even as they face difficult living conditions.

Which of the following sentence should be the 2nd after rearrangement?

• Q70.Direction: Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the question which follow.
(A) Law enforcement in the city has been characterized by police brutality, and despite a better racial balance than elsewhere in the country in the city’s administration there is a severe lack of confidence in the system among residents.
(B) Unless the U.S. rethinks its strategies on crime and punishment with respect to the black community — incarceration rates among African-Americans continue to remain unacceptably high.
(C) And until the economic system evolves a way of addressing inner-city poverty, such incidents seem destined to recur.
(D) Baltimore, a city that has a high concentration of African-Americans relative to other parts of the country, suffers from specific issues such as urban poverty owing to long-term deindustrialization and unemployment.
(E) The abysmal state of affairs, which was depicted realistically by the popular TV series The Wire, extends to other inner cities as well.
(F) It has very high crime rates with the African-American youth of the inner cities in particular prone to be blamed for them even as they face difficult living conditions.

Which of the following sentence should be the 1st after rearrangement?