Jumbled Words Questions

Jumbled Words

The English Language section is one of the most vital aspects of various aptitude and competitive exams. Conducted either for recruitment or for admissions into the notable institutions for those seeking quality education, this section aims to evaluate an individual’s grasp over the language. Generally, it comprises of Reading Comprehension, Cloze Tests, Synonyms and Antonyms, Sentence Correction, Jumbled Sentences etc. Trickiest of them all is the Jumbled words/sentences which can easily perplex you. Most of the students often struggle in finding the perfect order and structure of sentences. If you aspire to crack a competitive exam and are stuck with how to study this topic, here is a blog with bringing you some helpful tips and tricks as well as jumbled words questions for you to practice on.

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Useful Tips & Tricks

There are certain tricks that you can utilise to solve jumbled words questions efficiently. Since, these questions are quite easy and scoring ones to crack in competitive exams, equipping yourself with quick tips and shortcuts can be immensely useful to save time. Here are some of the major things you need to keep in mind while solving jumbled words questions:

  • Always read the question thoroughly and try to grasp the context as well as the overall concept.
  • Identify transition words such as however, likewise, generally, simultaneously, etc. These words reflect the shifting of one idea to another in a sentence and thus can help you find the right order accordingly.
  • Practice pattern recognition by solving as many questions as possible. By training yourself in identifying the patterns between jumbled sentences and words, you will be able to solve even the most difficult questions in lesser time.
  • Learn the art of distinguishing pronoun antecedents by analysing the type of words that will commonly put before a pronoun type, be it relative (who, whom, which, whose, etc.), demonstrative (these, that, this, those, etc.) or personal (he, she, I, it, they, etc.).
  • Explore some common English root words which can further help you guess the right sentence by understanding the words and their corresponding meanings.

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List of Jumbled Words Questions

Now, the best way to use the above-mentioned tricks is to practice them through sample questions. Let us first begin with solving some beginner-level jumbled words questions:

Rearranged the given parts of a sentence and form a meaningful sentence.

A. of making the right decision 
B. The COO 
C. despite the loss in profits due to COVID-19
D. was not scared 

Answer: BDAC

Choose the proper sequence using the parts of the sentences mentioned below.

A. Sita wondered if 
B. because he was so rich 
C. work hard for a living
D. Ram would ever 

Answer: ADCB

to supply the material worth Rs. 10 Lakh (2)/  the manager has agreed (3)/ supported by the soft term loans (1)/ with a very low rate of interest (4)

Answer 3,2,1,4

of low quality were (4)/ the food poisoning and diarrhoea occurred (2) added in the food  preparations (3)/ when various vegetables

Answer: 2,1,4,3

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In the below mentioned jumbled words question, the first and the last sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The other sentence is split into 4 parts- P, Q, R, S. Arrange these fours part to form a meaningful sentence. 

1.The last of the Mughals 

P. of his wealthy and powerful ancestors 
Q.Through the Mughal coffers
R. King Bahadur Shah Zaffar held a legacy 
S. until the East India Company made its way

6. And rendered them useless

Answer: RPQS  

In the below mentioned jumbled words question, the first and the last sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The other sentence is split into 4 parts- P, Q, R,S. Arrange these fours part to form a meaningful sentence.

1.The scam which was

P. bought to light by 
Q. Included manufacturing local medicines
R. and selling them at extremely high rates
S. various news channels 

6. To  flood the market

Answer: PSQR

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Apart from these solved problems, here are some more intermediate and advanced level jumbled words questions.

1. That each side has a point-restaurants stand (B)/ as the deadlock countries continue, it must be acknowledged (A)/ to lose out on profits due to deep discounts (D)/ while customers are upset at the thought of foregoing freebies (C)

2. The insights are available from (B)/ progress in raw enrolment of children in schools (A)/ successive studies indicate that (E)/ that equips them with the skills (D)/ but miserable failures in achieving learning outcomes (C)

3. Domestic sphere and prevents them from undertaking (B)/ in traditional, patriarchal societies, the culturally (D)/ constructed role for women places them in the (A)/ social, economic and political activities designated for men (C)

4. Given below are 4 sentences, 3 of which are jumbled. Arrange the sentences in the correct order.

I. Most of the countries now welcome tourists for the money they bring in
II. The money for that has to be borrowed from banks
III. Such countries need a lot of money to build good hotels
IV. Very often the borrowed money is not enough to build the hotels 

Put the following sentences in the appropriate order.

I. The balloon took off slowly 
II. The spectators were still waving to them 
III. But soon they were out of sight.
IV. Within the minutes they were high above the fields. 

Arrange the jumbled words/ sentences in a meaningful order.

P: It is a Pity that 
Q: a number of patients think that 
R: by offering a handsome dowry  
S: they will be able to ensure the happiness of their daughters 

Complete the sentence:

While traditional______

P: under made-up American aliases pretending familiarity with a culture and climate 
Q: India sleeps a dynamic young cohort of highly skilled articulate professionals
R: they have never actually experienced earning salaries that were undreamt of by their deals  
S: work through the nights in the call centres functioning on US time 

Thus, we hope that this blog has provided you with helpful tips and techniques as well as sample jumbled words questions to kickstart your preparation. If you are preparing for a competitive exam like IELTS and SAT, reach out to our experts at Leverage Edu and avail online coaching classes and sessions to ace your exam with flying colours!

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