how to arrange jumble words into a meaningful sentence tell me the technique ..?

Write down the sentences with each of the portions separately and see how they can follow chronologically to understand the order. Separate them from the jumble first and then work on each part to make the whole. 

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repeat the sentence many times until u make some sense out of it  !!

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arrange the words such that it is according to subject verb object (SVO) pattern & check if it is having a sense

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there iz no exact technique....try diff.options nd repeat the sentence 2 urself nd c if it makes sense....

cheers!!!

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dear,,,,u dnt need ny technique,,,,2 make a meaningful sentence,,,out sm jumbled words,,,!!

it depends upon hw much u pratice those jumbled sentence,,,,!!

aftrall.....practice makes a man perfect!!!!!!!!!!!

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To answer questions based on sentence reordering, a student may follow the steps given below: 

1. Locate the verb/s from the given set of words and phrases. 

2. Identify a suitable subject for each verb. Place the subject before the verb.

3. Identify a suitable object for each verb. Place the object after the verb. This will give a basic framework for the sentence with the main subject, verb and object. (Do not worry if you cannot find an object for each verb.)

4. Identify the modifiers (articles, adjectives and adverbs). Analyse the basic framework of the sentence and place the modifiers as per the rules for their placement. For example, an adjective is normally placed before a noun.

5. Use the phrases (group of words) already given in the sequence to get clues to find the correct sentence.

6. Link the fragments of the sentence by placing the preposition and conjunction in their proper places.

7. Repeat the steps from 2 to 6 till all the given sentence jumbles are solved.

 

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reveal/universe/could/the size/of the

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@Sarita

Could reveal the size of the universe

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Shows picture strange the sea a animal
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Show pictures strange the sea a animal
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The dots from h join to A name known to its
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