Daily English Practice Test

Q.  In the question below, there is a sentence with jumbled up parts. Rearrange these parts, which are labelled A, B, C and D to produce the correct sentence. Choose the proper sequence.

a. She wondered if
b. work hard for a living
c. he would ever
d. because he was so rich.

Correct Sequence:


a. abcd
b. abdc
c. acbd
d. bcda


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