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Directions:(1-5) The following statements can be rearranged into a meaningful paragraph. Figure out the correct order and answer the questions that follow:

A) This is not strictly true.
B) Red clover, for example, has no power in itself to get nitrogen from the air.
C) The clover plant then draws upon this combined nitrogen in the root tubercles, and makes use of it in its own growth, both in the tops and in the roots of the plant.
D) It is often stated that leguminous plants, such as clover, have power to obtain free nitrogen from the air.
E) It is true, however, that the microscopic organisms which commonly live in tubercles upon the roots of the clover plant do have the power to take free nitrogen from the air.
F) The organisms then cause free nitrogen to unite with other elements to form compounds suitable for plant food.

1.Which of the following statements will be the second statement after the rearrangement?

2. Which of the following statements will be the third statement after the rearrangement?

3. Which of the following statements will be the last statement after the rearrangement?

4. Which of the following statements will be the first statement after the rearrangement?

5. Which of the following statements will be the fifth statement after the rearrangement?

Directions:(6-10) The following statements, when arranged in their correct order, form a coherent paragraph. Find the correct order.

A) Tilbury’s letter had started on Friday, more than a day too late for the benefactor to die and get into that week’s issue, but in plenty of time to make connection for the next output
B) Thus the Fosters had to wait almost a complete week to find out whether anything of a satisfactory nature had happened to him or not
C) The pair could hardly have borne it if their minds had not had the relief of wholesome diversion
D) The little newspaper which Aleck had subscribed for was a Thursday sheet; it would make the trip of five hundred miles from Tilbury’s village and arrive on Saturday
E) It was a long, long week, and the strain was a heavy one

6. Which line is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph?

7. Which line is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph?

8. Which line is the LAST sentence of the paragraph?

9. Which line is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph?

10. Which line is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph?

 

Check your Answers below:

 

Directions:(1-5) The following statements can be rearranged into a meaningful paragraph. Figure out the correct order and answer the questions that follow:

A) This is not strictly true.
B) Red clover, for example, has no power in itself to get nitrogen from the air.
C) The clover plant then draws upon this combined nitrogen in the root tubercles, and makes use of it in its own growth, both in the tops and in the roots of the plant.
D) It is often stated that leguminous plants, such as clover, have power to obtain free nitrogen from the air.
E) It is true, however, that the microscopic organisms which commonly live in tubercles upon the roots of the clover plant do have the power to take free nitrogen from the air.
F) The organisms then cause free nitrogen to unite with other elements to form compounds suitable for plant food.

1. Question

Which of the following statements will be the second statement after the rearrangement?

Ans: 3

The passage is about how against common perception, leguminous plants lack the capacity to fix nitrogen by themselves and how the organisms in their tubercles help them to fix nitrogen.

D must be the opening sentence since it talks about the commonly held fact that legumes can fix nitrogen. A must follow D since it dispels the commonly held belief. A must be followed by B since it explains why the notion is not true by providing an example.

Sentence B states that red clover has no power in itself to fix nitrogen. Therefore, the next sentence must give some introduction about what helps the plant fix nitrogen. Therefore, sentence E must follow B since it says that organisms living in the root nodules help to fix nitrogen.

Of sentences F and C, F must precede C since F states that organisms unite nitrogen into compounds and C follows by stating that the plant uses the compound so produced. Therefore, the correct order of the sentences is DABEFC.

A will be the second statement after the rearrangement. Therefore, option C is the right answer.

2. Question

Which of the following statements will be the third statement after the rearrangement?

Ans: 5

The passage is about how against common perception, leguminous plants lack the capacity to fix nitrogen by themselves and how the organisms in their tubercles help them to fix nitrogen.

D must be the opening sentence since it talks about the commonly held fact that legumes can fix nitrogen. A must follow D since it dispels the commonly held belief. A must be followed by B since it explains why the notion is not true by providing an example.

Sentence B states that red clover has no power in itself to fix nitrogen. Therefore, the next sentence must give some introduction about what helps the plant fix nitrogen. Therefore, sentence E must follow B since it says that organisms living in the root nodules help to fix nitrogen.

Of sentences F and C, F must precede C since F states that organisms unite nitrogen into compounds and C follows by stating that the plant uses the compound so produced. Therefore, the correct order of the sentences is DABEFC.

Sentence B will be the third statement after the rearrangement. Therefore, option E is the right answer.

3. Question

Which of the following statements will be the last statement after the rearrangement?

Ans: 4

The passage is about how against common perception, leguminous plants lack the capacity to fix nitrogen by themselves and how the organisms in their tubercles help them to fix nitrogen.

D must be the opening sentence since it talks about the commonly held fact that legumes can fix nitrogen. A must follow D since it dispels the commonly held belief. A must be followed by B since it explains why the notion is not true by providing an example.

Sentence B states that red clover has no power in itself to fix nitrogen. Therefore, the next sentence must give some introduction about what helps the plant fix nitrogen. Therefore, sentence E must follow B since it says that organisms living in the root nodules help to fix nitrogen.

Of sentences F and C, F must precede C since F states that organisms unite nitrogen into compounds and C follows by stating that the plant uses the compound so produced. Therefore, the correct order of the sentences is DABEFC.

C will be the last statement after the rearrangement. Therefore, option D is the right answer.

4. Question

Which of the following statements will be the first statement after the rearrangement?

Ans: 1

The passage is about how against common perception, leguminous plants lack the capacity to fix nitrogen by themselves and how the organisms in their tubercles help them to fix nitrogen.

D must be the opening sentence since it talks about the commonly held fact that legumes can fix nitrogen. A must follow D since it dispels the commonly held belief. A must be followed by B since it explains why the notion is not true by providing an example.

Sentence B states that red clover has no power in itself to fix nitrogen. Therefore, the next sentence must give some introduction about what helps the plant fix nitrogen. Therefore, sentence E must follow B since it says that organisms living in the root nodules help to fix nitrogen.

Of sentences F and C, F must precede C since F states that organisms unite nitrogen into compounds and C follows by stating that the plant uses the compound so produced. Therefore, the correct order of the sentences is DABEFC.

D will be the first sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option A is the right answer.

5. Question

Which of the following statements will be the fifth statement after the rearrangement?

  Ans: 2

The passage is about how against common perception, leguminous plants lack the capacity to fix nitrogen by themselves and how the organisms in their tubercles help them to fix nitrogen.

D must be the opening sentence since it talks about the commonly held fact that legumes can fix nitrogen. A must follow D since it dispels the commonly held belief. A must be followed by B since it explains why the notion is not true by providing an example.

Sentence B states that red clover has no power in itself to fix nitrogen. Therefore, the next sentence must give some introduction about what helps the plant fix nitrogen. Therefore, sentence E must follow B since it says that organisms living in the root nodules help to fix nitrogen.

Of sentences F and C, F must precede C since F states that organisms unite nitrogen into compounds and C follows by stating that the plant uses the compound so produced. Therefore, the correct order of the sentences is DABEFC.

F will be the fifth sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option B is the right answer.

Directions:(6-10) The following statements, when arranged in their correct order, form a coherent paragraph. Find the correct order.

A) Tilbury’s letter had started on Friday, more than a day too late for the benefactor to die and get into that week’s issue, but in plenty of time to make connection for the next output
B) Thus the Fosters had to wait almost a complete week to find out whether anything of a satisfactory nature had happened to him or not
C) The pair could hardly have borne it if their minds had not had the relief of wholesome diversion
D) The little newspaper which Aleck had subscribed for was a Thursday sheet; it would make the trip of five hundred miles from Tilbury’s village and arrive on Saturday
E) It was a long, long week, and the strain was a heavy one

6. Question

Which line is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph?

  Ans: 5

We see a connect between D-A where D explains that the newspaper was sent on Thursday and A adds the consequence of this fact. We see a connect between B-E where B states that the Fosters had to wait a week and E adds that it was a long, long week. C adds how the Fosters coped with the strain of the week. Hence, the order should be B-E-C. DA gives the reason why the Fosters had to wait a week and hence should come first. Thust the order is DABEC.

Hence the fourth sentence is E.

7. Question

Which line is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph?

  Ans: 4

We see a connect between D-A where D explains that the newspaper was sent on Thursday and A adds the consequence of this fact. We see a connect between B-E where B states that the Fosters had to wait a week and E adds that it was a long, long week. C adds how the Fosters coped with the strain of the week. Hence, the order should be B-E-C. DA gives the reason why the Fosters had to wait a week and hence should come first. Thust the order is DABEC.

Hence the first sentence is D.

8. Question

Which line is the LAST sentence of the paragraph?

Ans: 3

We see a connect between D-A where D explains that the newspaper was sent on Thursday and A adds the consequence of this fact. We see a connect between B-E where B states that the Fosters had to wait a week and E adds that it was a long, long week. C adds how the Fosters coped with the strain of the week. Hence, the order should be B-E-C. DA gives the reason why the Fosters had to wait a week and hence should come first. Thust the order is DABEC.

Hence the last sentence is C.

9. Question

Which line is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph?

Ans: 1

We see a connect between D-A where D explains that the newspaper was sent on Thursday and A adds the consequence of this fact. We see a connect between B-E where B states that the Fosters had to wait a week and E adds that it was a long, long week. C adds how the Fosters coped with the strain of the week. Hence, the order should be B-E-C. DA gives the reason why the Fosters had to wait a week and hence should come first. Thust the order is DABEC.

Hence the second sentence is A.

10. Question

Which line is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph?

Ans: 2

We see a connect between D-A where D explains that the newspaper was sent on Thursday and A adds the consequence of this fact. We see a connect between B-E where B states that the Fosters had to wait a week and E adds that it was a long, long week. C adds how the Fosters coped with the strain of the week. Hence, the order should be B-E-C. DA gives the reason why the Fosters had to wait a week and hence should come first. Thust the order is DABEC.

Hence the third sentence is B.

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