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Directions:(1-5) The following sentences, when properly arranged, form a coherent paragraph. Answer the questions based on the rearranged paragraphs.

A. Every sport from golf to football teaches the importance of beginning in the athletic position to work from a place of power.
B. The position gives you strength, balance, and focuses your strike zone forcing the pitcher to work with less space.
C. Feet should be slightly wider than shoulder width apart and knees bent slightly.
D. Shoulders and head are square with the ground.
E. The truth is that all good batting stances come from the classic athletic position.
F. At first this will feel odd but it is best to find a comfort zone in this position immediately.

1. What is the first sentence after rearrangement?

2. What is the third sentence after rearrangement?

3. What is the fifth sentence after rearrangement?

4. What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement?

5. What is the second sentence after rearrangement?

Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the following six sentences / group of sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph.

  1. The Suo queen went to the door with a handful of rice.
  2. One day a Faquir (mendicant) came to the palace-gate to ask for alms.
  3. On being answered in the negative, the holy mendicant refused to take alms, as the hands of a woman unblessed with child are regarded as ceremonially unclean.
  4. Both of them were childless.
  5. There was a king who had two queens, Duo and Suo.
  6. The mendicant asked whether she had any children.

6. Which of the following is the first sentence?

7. Which of the following is the second sentence?

8. Which of the following is the third sentence?

9. Which of the following is the fourth sentence?

10. Which of the following is the fifth sentence?

 

 

Check your Answers below:

 

 

  • Directions:(1-5) The following sentences, when properly arranged, form a coherent paragraph. Answer the questions based on the rearranged paragraphs.

    A. Every sport from golf to football teaches the importance of beginning in the athletic position to work from a place of power.
    B. The position gives you strength, balance, and focuses your strike zone forcing the pitcher to work with less space.
    C. Feet should be slightly wider than shoulder width apart and knees bent slightly.
    D. Shoulders and head are square with the ground.
    E. The truth is that all good batting stances come from the classic athletic position.
    F. At first this will feel odd but it is best to find a comfort zone in this position immediately.

    1. Question

    What is the first sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 5

    E opens the paragraph by introducing the subject – good batting stance. The next sentence is A, which talks about the stance in general – of every sport. This sentence is followed by C, which talks about the position of various body parts in the stance. Next is D, which continues the idea. This is followed by F, which talks about how the stance might be a bit odd but that it is important to get used to it. The last sentence is B, which describes an advantage of the stance. The correct order of sentences is EACDFB.

    So, the first sentence is E.

  • 2. Question

    What is the third sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 3

    E opens the paragraph by introducing the subject – good batting stance. The next sentence is A, which talks about the stance in general – of every sport. This sentence is followed by C, which talks about the position of various body parts in the stance. Next is D, which continues the idea. This is followed by F, which talks about how the stance might be a bit odd but that it is important to get used to it. The last sentence is B, which describes an advantage of the stance. The correct order of sentences is EACDFB.

    So, the third sentence is C.

  • 3. Question

    What is the fifth sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 5

    E opens the paragraph by introducing the subject – good batting stance. The next sentence is A, which talks about the stance in general – of every sport. This sentence is followed by C, which talks about the position of various body parts in the stance. Next is D, which continues the idea. This is followed by F, which talks about how the stance might be a bit odd but that it is important to get used to it. The last sentence is B, which describes an advantage of the stance. The correct order of sentences is EACDFB.

    So, the fifth sentence is F.

  • 4. Question

    What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 4

    E opens the paragraph by introducing the subject – good batting stance. The next sentence is A, which talks about the stance in general – of every sport. This sentence is followed by C, which talks about the position of various body parts in the stance. Next is D, which continues the idea. This is followed by F, which talks about how the stance might be a bit odd but that it is important to get used to it. The last sentence is B, which describes an advantage of the stance. The correct order of sentences is EACDFB.

    So, the fourth sentence is D.

  • 5. Question

    What is the second sentence after rearrangement?

     Ans: 1

    E opens the paragraph by introducing the subject – good batting stance. The next sentence is A, which talks about the stance in general – of every sport. This sentence is followed by C, which talks about the position of various body parts in the stance. Next is D, which continues the idea. This is followed by F, which talks about how the stance might be a bit odd but that it is important to get used to it. The last sentence is B, which describes an advantage of the stance. The correct order of sentences is EACDFB.

    So, the second sentence is A.

    Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the following six sentences / group of sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph.

    1. The Suo queen went to the door with a handful of rice.
    2. One day a Faquir (mendicant) came to the palace-gate to ask for alms.
    3. On being answered in the negative, the holy mendicant refused to take alms, as the hands of a woman unblessed with child are regarded as ceremonially unclean.
    4. Both of them were childless.
    5. There was a king who had two queens, Duo and Suo.
    6. The mendicant asked whether she had any children.
    6. Question
    1. Which of the following is the first sentence?
    Ans: 5
    The first sentence of the paragraph should be the one where the two queens are introduced. Hence, the first sentence is E.

  • 7. Question

    Which of the following is the second sentence?

     Ans: 4
    Sentence D uses the pronoun “Both” to refer to the two queens. Hence, it must come immediately after the sentence when the queens are introduced. Hence, D will be the second sentence.

  • 8. Question

    Which of the following is the third sentence?

    Ans: 2
    After the two queens are introduced, we come to the incident being described. The first line of the incident is when the Fakir arrives. Hence, sentence B.

  • 9. Question

    Which of the following is the fourth sentence?

    Ans: 1
    After the mendicant arrives, the queen Suo goes to him with a handful of rice. Hence, sentence A is the fourth sentence.

  • 10. Question

    Which of the following is the fifth sentence?

    Ans:5
    The second last sentence is the one where Suo tells the mendicant that she does not have a child. Hence, sentence F is the fifth sentence.