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LIC AAO Prelims: English Memory Based Questions (Para Jumble)

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Question 1

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) (E), (F) and (G) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.
(A) Fiscal credibility, important as it is to macroeconomic management, will make it possible to sustain India’s current growth rate and to convert potential into actual growth.
(B) The Finance Minister has undertaken to clean up the clutter of tax incentives for the corporate sector to plug revenue leakages, in order to set the stage for lower tax rates.
(C) The focus will be on the budget-makers’ tricks of funding subsidies through non-transparent, off-budget borrowings or higher taxes on fuel and so on.
(D) With inflation now under 4 per cent, interest rate cuts adding up to 125 basis points in the past 12 months, and the Centre and the States going all out to revive stalled projects and improve the ease of doing business, India remains well-poised on the path to economic recovery.
(E) He is bound to find the business lobbies less enthusiastic about giving up sops, and must resist pleas for their retention.
(F) On the road to fiscal correction, Finance Ministers walk, and are judged, alone.
(G) He will have to be insusceptible too to excuses for delaying even further the urea prices de-control and other such expenditure-side reforms.
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Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence?

Question 2

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) (E), (F) and (G) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.
(A) Fiscal credibility, important as it is to macroeconomic management, will make it possible to sustain India’s current growth rate and to convert potential into actual growth.
(B) The Finance Minister has undertaken to clean up the clutter of tax incentives for the corporate sector to plug revenue leakages, in order to set the stage for lower tax rates.
(C) The focus will be on the budget-makers’ tricks of funding subsidies through non-transparent, off-budget borrowings or higher taxes on fuel and so on.
(D) With inflation now under 4 per cent, interest rate cuts adding up to 125 basis points in the past 12 months, and the Centre and the States going all out to revive stalled projects and improve the ease of doing business, India remains well-poised on the path to economic recovery.
(E) He is bound to find the business lobbies less enthusiastic about giving up sops, and must resist pleas for their retention.
(F) On the road to fiscal correction, Finance Ministers walk, and are judged, alone.
(G) He will have to be insusceptible too to excuses for delaying even further the urea prices de-control and other such expenditure-side reforms.
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Which of the following will be the First sentence?

Question 3

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) (E), (F) and (G) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.
(A) Fiscal credibility, important as it is to macroeconomic management, will make it possible to sustain India’s current growth rate and to convert potential into actual growth.
(B) The Finance Minister has undertaken to clean up the clutter of tax incentives for the corporate sector to plug revenue leakages, in order to set the stage for lower tax rates.
(C) The focus will be on the budget-makers’ tricks of funding subsidies through non-transparent, off-budget borrowings or higher taxes on fuel and so on.
(D) With inflation now under 4 per cent, interest rate cuts adding up to 125 basis points in the past 12 months, and the Centre and the States going all out to revive stalled projects and improve the ease of doing business, India remains well-poised on the path to economic recovery.
(E) He is bound to find the business lobbies less enthusiastic about giving up sops, and must resist pleas for their retention.
(F) On the road to fiscal correction, Finance Ministers walk, and are judged, alone.
(G) He will have to be insusceptible too to excuses for delaying even further the urea prices de-control and other such expenditure-side reforms.
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Which of the following will be the Last sentence?

Question 4

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) (E), (F) and (G) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.
(A) Fiscal credibility, important as it is to macroeconomic management, will make it possible to sustain India’s current growth rate and to convert potential into actual growth.
(B) The Finance Minister has undertaken to clean up the clutter of tax incentives for the corporate sector to plug revenue leakages, in order to set the stage for lower tax rates.
(C) The focus will be on the budget-makers’ tricks of funding subsidies through non-transparent, off-budget borrowings or higher taxes on fuel and so on.
(D) With inflation now under 4 per cent, interest rate cuts adding up to 125 basis points in the past 12 months, and the Centre and the States going all out to revive stalled projects and improve the ease of doing business, India remains well-poised on the path to economic recovery.
(E) He is bound to find the business lobbies less enthusiastic about giving up sops, and must resist pleas for their retention.
(F) On the road to fiscal correction, Finance Ministers walk, and are judged, alone.
(G) He will have to be insusceptible too to excuses for delaying even further the urea prices de-control and other such expenditure-side reforms.
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Which of the following will be the Third sentence?

Question 5

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) (E), (F) and (G) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.
(A) Fiscal credibility, important as it is to macroeconomic management, will make it possible to sustain India’s current growth rate and to convert potential into actual growth.
(B) The Finance Minister has undertaken to clean up the clutter of tax incentives for the corporate sector to plug revenue leakages, in order to set the stage for lower tax rates.
(C) The focus will be on the budget-makers’ tricks of funding subsidies through non-transparent, off-budget borrowings or higher taxes on fuel and so on.
(D) With inflation now under 4 per cent, interest rate cuts adding up to 125 basis points in the past 12 months, and the Centre and the States going all out to revive stalled projects and improve the ease of doing business, India remains well-poised on the path to economic recovery.
(E) He is bound to find the business lobbies less enthusiastic about giving up sops, and must resist pleas for their retention.
(F) On the road to fiscal correction, Finance Ministers walk, and are judged, alone.
(G) He will have to be insusceptible too to excuses for delaying even further the urea prices de-control and other such expenditure-side reforms.
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Which of the following will be the Fifth sentence?
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