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July 01, 2016

Sentence Rearrangement Exercises on Brexit for SBI Exams

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Hi friends, I am Sudarshan. An SBI PO aspirant. As many of you aware, now a days banking exams are focusing more on current economic events in their English section. Now a days the most talked event was "Brexit". So I am expecting, they will focus on Brexit for Sentence Rearrangement / Reading Comprehension passages. So here I am sharing a Sentence Rearrangement exercise based on Brexit. Hope it will be helpful for your practice. I will try to arrange a comprehension passage on this issue soon. Happy Reading :)

Directions : In the question below SIX sentences are given which are denoted by 1), 2), 3), 4) ,5), 6). By using all the SIX sentences you have to frame a meaningful para. The correct order of the sentences is your answer. Choose from the FIVE alternatives the one having the correct order of sentences and mark it as your answer.
  1. His announcement followed a protracted renegotiation of the current conditions of Britain’s membership at a summit in Brussels. 
  2. Today, largely because of Europe’s migration crisis and the interminable euro mess, the polls have narrowed. Some recent surveys even find a majority of Britons wanting to leave.
  3. The move immediately prompted government ministers to declare their backing for either the “remain” or “leave” campaigns. 
  4. ON FEBRUARY 20th David Cameron, Britain's prime minister, set June 23rd as the date for a referendum on the country’s membership of the European Union.
  5. In early 2015 the chances of ”Brexit”— Britain departing from the European Union—seemed remote. 
  6. Mr Cameron strongly believes in the benefits of continued EU membership, but a handful of high-profile MPs, including justice secretary, Michael Gove, and London's mayor Boris Johnson, have pledged support for the “out” campaigners. 
Answer Options :
  1. 265413
  2. 425163
  3. 413652
  4. 623514
  5. 326514
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