How to Solve Parajumbles Problems
Parajumbles play a vital role in breaking today’s bank exams. So let us break some of the myths involved in Para jumbles.We have done Para jumbles right from the schooling and yet it may seem a paramount task for some to rearrange them in a meaningful way.
Para jumbles are the group of independent sentences usually 5 or six, which are altered and presented to us. It is our task to identify which one comes first, then next, and so on until we form a meaningful paragraph.
STRATEGY FOR PARAJUMBLES:
RULE 1: SEARCH FOR THE NAME:
Yes, you heard it right. In a group of sentences, some sentences start with the name of a person. If you see the name of a person, chances are high that, it would be the first sentence but not every time. So if you see the name of a person, boldly eliminate the other sentences.
RULE 2: Search for the connecting words:
If you see a sentence that start with connecting words such as and, but, then and some words, then we can be 100% sure that it must not be the first sentence.
RULE 3: USAGE OF ARTICLES:
Articles are of a great use in Para jumbles. The articles ‘a’ and ‘an’ are indefinite articles whereas the article ‘the’ is called definite article. When these articles are used in the beginning, they are great to start a passage.
Rule 4: USAGE OF PRONOUNS
Pronouns such as “he, she, they, it, him, her” are a great use for identifying the sentences in Para jumbles. The pronouns act as a great guide for Para jumbles. The pronouns denote the person who has been already introduced.
RULE 5: ELIMINATION METHOD.
One of the last resort in Para jumble is the rule of elimination method and this is the best method to solve a Para jumble.
Rule 6: PRACTICE IS THE KEY
The best way to solve a Para jumble in an exam is to have a deep understanding of the language. Therefore, practice is the key. Practice lots of Para jumbles given in Sehpaathi.