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Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.
A. He was seen many times during the eight years, but no man ever heard his voice.
B. Antipa, a rich peasant of austere disposition, lived to his fiftieth year, sunken in worldly sins.
C. There on the edge of a ravine, he built his hermit’s cell and lived for eight years, summer and winter.
D. Even when people who had lost their way asked the way out of the forest, he indicated the path with his hand without speaking.
E. Because he let no one approach him, neither acquaintances nor kindred.
F. He then was moved to profound self-examination, and seized with the agony of soul, forsook his family and buried himself in the loneliness of the forest.

1.  Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

2.  Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

3. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

14. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

15. Which of the following should be the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.

A. Unity and law tempered freedom and change.
B. It rose in the path of the nations; it built the walls of its empire, guarded by the camps of its legions, right across it.
C. The hush of this peace did not last, but the memory of it remained in the life of every nation that felt it.
D. It is not a spirit of adventure and daring alone that makes a nation.
E. For four hundred years the wandering of nations ceased; the nations stopped—and they began to till the ground, to live in cities, to form states.
F. Rome rose to say that it must have the spirit of order and law too.

6. Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

7. Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

8. Which of the following is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

9. Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

10. Which of the following is the LAST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

 

 

Check your Answers below:

 

 

  1. Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.
    A. He was seen many times during the eight years, but no man ever heard his voice.
    B. Antipa, a rich peasant of austere disposition, lived to his fiftieth year, sunken in worldly sins.
    C. There on the edge of a ravine, he built his hermit’s cell and lived for eight years, summer and winter.
    D. Even when people who had lost their way asked the way out of the forest, he indicated the path with his hand without speaking.
    E. Because he let no one approach him, neither acquaintances nor kindred.
    F. He then was moved to profound self-examination, and seized with the agony of soul, forsook his family and buried himself in the loneliness of the forest.

    1. Question

    Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:3

    On closely reading the sentences, we see that the paragraph is about Antipa and how he lived in the forests. So B which introduces him must be the first sentence. F describes how he turned away from his worldly sins and relocated to the forests. Thus, F must follow B. The “there” in C refers to the forest mentioned in F. Hence, C must follow F. We see that A-E form a pair where they together describe why no one had heard Antipa’s voice in 8 years. D concludes the thought introduced in AE.

    Hence, the correct order of the sentence is BFCAED.

    Thus, option C is the right answer.

  2. 2. Question

    Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:1

    On closely reading the sentences, we see that the paragraph is about Antipa and how he lived in the forests. So B which introduces him must be the first sentence. F describes how he turned away from his worldly sins and relocated to the forests. Thus, F must follow B. The “there” in C refers to the forest mentioned in F. Hence, C must follow F. We see that A-E form a pair where they together describe why no one had heard Antipa’s voice in 8 years. D concludes the thought introduced in AE.

    Hence, the correct order of the sentence is BFCAED.

    Thus, option A is the right answer.

  3. 3. Question

    Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:2

    On closely reading the sentences, we see that the paragraph is about Antipa and how he lived in the forests. So B which introduces him must be the first sentence. F describes how he turned away from his worldly sins and relocated to the forests. Thus, F must follow B. The “there” in C refers to the forest mentioned in F. Hence, C must follow F. We see that A-E form a pair where they together describe why no one had heard Antipa’s voice in 8 years. D concludes the thought introduced in AE.

    Hence, the correct order of the sentence is BFCAED.

    Thus, option B is the right answer.

  4. 4. Question

    Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:4

    On closely reading the sentences, we see that the paragraph is about Antipa and how he lived in the forests. So B which introduces him must be the first sentence. F describes how he turned away from his worldly sins and relocated to the forests. Thus, F must follow B. The “there” in C refers to the forest mentioned in F. Hence, C must follow F. We see that A-E form a pair where they together describe why no one had heard Antipa’s voice in 8 years. D concludes the thought introduced in AE.

    Hence, the correct order of the sentence is BFCAED.

    Thus, option D is the right answer.

  5. 5. Question

    Which of the following should be the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:5

    On closely reading the sentences, we see that the paragraph is about Antipa and how he lived in the forests. So B which introduces him must be the first sentence. F describes how he turned away from his worldly sins and relocated to the forests. Thus, F must follow B. The “there” in C refers to the forest mentioned in F. Hence, C must follow F. We see that A-E form a pair where they together describe why no one had heard Antipa’s voice in 8 years. D concludes the thought introduced in AE.

    Hence, the correct order of the sentence is BFCAED.

    Thus, option E is the right answer.

    Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.

    A. Unity and law tempered freedom and change.
    B. It rose in the path of the nations; it built the walls of its empire, guarded by the camps of its legions, right across it.
    C. The hush of this peace did not last, but the memory of it remained in the life of every nation that felt it.
    D. It is not a spirit of adventure and daring alone that makes a nation.
    E. For four hundred years the wandering of nations ceased; the nations stopped—and they began to till the ground, to live in cities, to form states.
    F. Rome rose to say that it must have the spirit of order and law too.

    6. Question

    Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

    Ans:3
    On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Rome is the topic of the paragraph. Sentences D and F form a pair. D says that adventure and daring alone do not make a nation. F adds that the rise of Rome showed that it must have the order and law too. Also, this pair introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, DF should be opening sentences of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow sentence F as ‘it’ in B refers to ‘Rome’ in F. Further, sentences E and C also form a pair. E mentions that for four hundred years the nations ceased to wander and C mentions that this period of peace did not last long. Sentence A concludes the paragraph. DFBECA forms a meaningful paragraph.
  6. 7. Question

    Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

    Ans:2
    On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Rome is the topic of the paragraph. Sentences D and F form a pair. D says that adventure and daring alone do not make a nation. F adds that the rise of Rome showed that it must have the order and law too. Also, this pair introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, DF should be opening sentences of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow sentence F as ‘it’ in B refers to ‘Rome’ in F. Further, sentences E and C also form a pair. E mentions that for four hundred years the nations ceased to wander and C mentions that this period of peace did not last long. Sentence A concludes the paragraph. DFBECA forms a meaningful paragraph.
  7. 8. Question

    Which of the following is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

    Ans:5
    On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Rome is the topic of the paragraph. Sentences D and F form a pair. D says that adventure and daring alone do not make a nation. F adds that the rise of Rome showed that it must have the order and law too. Also, this pair introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, DF should be opening sentences of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow sentence F as ‘it’ in B refers to ‘Rome’ in F. Further, sentences E and C also form a pair. E mentions that for four hundred years the nations ceased to wander and C mentions that this period of peace did not last long. Sentence A concludes the paragraph. DFBECA forms a meaningful paragraph.
  8. 9. Question

    Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

    Ans:4
    On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Rome is the topic of the paragraph. Sentences D and F form a pair. D says that adventure and daring alone do not make a nation. F adds that the rise of Rome showed that it must have the order and law too. Also, this pair introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, DF should be opening sentences of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow sentence F as ‘it’ in B refers to ‘Rome’ in F. Further, sentences E and C also form a pair. E mentions that for four hundred years the nations ceased to wander and C mentions that this period of peace did not last long. Sentence A concludes the paragraph. DFBECA forms a meaningful paragraph.
  9. 10. Question

    Which of the following is the LAST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

    Ans:1
    On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Rome is the topic of the paragraph. Sentences D and F form a pair. D says that adventure and daring alone do not make a nation. F adds that the rise of Rome showed that it must have the order and law too. Also, this pair introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, DF should be opening sentences of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow sentence F as ‘it’ in B refers to ‘Rome’ in F. Further, sentences E and C also form a pair. E mentions that for four hundred years the nations ceased to wander and C mentions that this period of peace did not last long. Sentence A concludes the paragraph. DFBECA forms a meaningful paragraph.

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