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10 Best Tricks to Solve Any Para Jumble Within Seconds

By Basant Singhal|English Banking | Para jumble Tricks | 23 Dec 2018


10 Best Tricks To Solve Any Para Jumble Within Seconds.

What is a Para jumble and why it is asked in competitive exams?

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below to understand the concept of parajumble.


Well, a Para jumble is a jumbled paragraph or more simply, a group of disconnected sentences put together as a question.


Aspirants and examinees are asked to unjumble these sentences and put in a proper and logical order as they should naturally go one after the other.


It is a kind of decoding process!


For example -  Look at the following group of jumbled sentences.


a. The devastating fire at the Andheri hospital of the

b. of the low priority fire safety gets in India

c. that killed at least eight people is a shocking reminder

d. Employees State Insurance Corporation in Mumbai



If you look at the above-mentioned lines, you will find that they are not logically related or grammatically connected and are jumbled up or mixed up.


The correct unjumble form of the paragraph will read as follows.


The devastating fire at the Andheri hospital of the + Employee State Corporation in Mumbai + that killed at least ten people is a + shocking reminder of the low priority fire safety gets in India.


But the very question that comes to one's
mind is why a para jumble is asked in competitive and Govt job exams?   

Well, A Parajumble is asked in the competitive exams and school exams to test the students’ logical reasoning, mental ability and grammatical proficiency which are needed in a person who is to face tricky and puzzling real-life situations while serving his organization.


I hope, you understand!


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Now let us discuss the best tricks to solve any para jumble within seconds! Yes, within seconds!    

10 Best Trick To Solve Para jumble


1. A paragraph generally starts with a 'Noun' or a 'Noun Phrase' which acts like a' Title' or a 'Title Sentence' of a paragraph.


2. A paragraph generally does not start with a 'Pronoun' because there has to be a 'Noun' before it.


3. A paragraph generally does not start with words such as ‘This’, ‘That’, ‘These’,  and ‘Those’ also because they come under the category of Demonstrative Pronouns.


4. Remember, if you can eliminate the sentences that cannot be the first sentence of a paragraph, half of your job is done as far as solving a para jumble correctly is concerned.


5. A paragraph cannot start with words such as 'However' 'But' 'Thus' 'Nevertheless' and 'So' because they are the connecting words and connect some sentence in a paragraph.


6. 'Mandatory Pairs' are logically or grammatically connected sentence pairs which are connected through either some common reference word or a grammatical word.


7. A Relative Pronoun must have its 'Antecedent' somewhere in the paragraph and by finding it you can figure out which two sentences can become a mandatory pair.


8. a 'Common Noun' should come after a 'Proper Noun'.


9. a 'Full Form' of some noun should come first and a 'Short Form' or an 'Acronym' should come later. for example -  'Supreme Court' or 'Schedule Caste' should come first and 'SC' later to refer to it


10. 'of the' + should follow a 'Noun' or a 'Noun Phrase'. for example -  page of the book, a son of a mother, employee of a company and so on.


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Some important Definitions


What is an antecedent?


An antecedent is any word, phrase or a clause that comes before and later referred to by some other word or anything that existed before or precede another. An antecedent is generally referred to by a pronoun.

What is a Consequent? 

A Consequent is just the opposite of an Antecedent. it is a word that follows another word.

For Example - 

He is the man who teaches us English.

'the man' is an 'antecedent' and 'who' is a 'consequent'.


Our friends from the USA will not attend the party because they are busy with some project.


'Our friends' is an antecedent and 'they' is the consequent here.

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