# CAT -2013 PARAJUMBLE

please post all para-jumble question for CAT 2013 here only . thanks in anticipation…

please post all para-jumble question for CAT 2013 here only .
thanks in anticipation..

WHAT IS PARA-JUMBLES ?

Parajumbles are jumbled paragraphs. Basically, you are given a paragraph €“ but the sentences are not in the right order. It €™s up to you to untie this knot and rearrange the sentences so that they logically make sense. Normally instructions for this type of questions will read "Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph". Given below would be 4 or 5 perplexing sentences which he would need to sort and arrange like a jigsaw puzzle. Sounds fun? It is. If one knows how to go about it, that is. Solving jumbled paragraphs is a science. It is so much of a science that you can obtain an accuracy of 100% even if you are not a good reader.

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TRANSITION WORDS:

Transition words make the shift from one idea to another very smooth. They organize and connect the sentences logically. Observing the transition words found in a sentence can often give you a clue about the sentence that will come before/after that particular sentence. Given below are some commonly used transition words:
also, again, as well as, besides, furthermore, in addition, likewise, moreover, similarly, consequently, hence, otherwise, subsequently, therefore, thus, as a rule, generally, for instance, for example, for one thing, above all, aside from, barring, besides, in other words, in short, instead, likewise, on one hand, on the other hand, rather, similarly, yet, but, however, still, nevertheless, first of all, to begin with, for now, for the time being, in time, later on, meanwhile, next, then, soon, the meantime, later, while, earlier, simultaneously, afterward, in conclusion, with this in mind, after all, all in all to sum-up.

A. Truth was an automatic hereditary property of theoremhood.

B. Mathematical statements in such systems are patterns made up of arbitrary symbols.

C. The beauty of a mechanistic vision of mathematics was that it eliminated all need for thought or judgement.

D. As long as the axioms were true statements falsehoods simply could never creep in.