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Directions:(1-5) The following statements, when arranged in their correct order, form a coherent paragraph. Find the correct order.

A. But the elder wife saw her husband growing grey with great pleasure, for she did not like to be mistaken for his mother.
B. So every night she used to comb his hair and pick out the grey ones.
C. In the old days, when men were allowed to have many wives, a middle-aged Man had one wife that was old and one that was young; each loved him very much, and desired to see him like herself.
D. Finally, the man soon found himself entirely bald.
E. Now the man’s hair was turning grey, which the young wife did not like, as it made him look too old for her husband.
F. So every morning she used to arrange his hair and pick out as many of the black ones as she could.

1. What is the fifth sentence after rearrangement ?

2. What is the third sentence after rearrangement ?

3. What is the second sentence after rearrangement ?

4. What is the last sentence after rearrangement ?

5. What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement ?

Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the following five sentences (A),(B),(C),(D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) The history of his reign is the history of the acts of his ministers.
(B) The Earl of Hertford, being uncle of the king, was unanimously named protector.
(C) The late king left a will, appointing sixteen persons, mostly members of his council, to be guardians of his son, and rulers of the nation during his minority.
(D) Still he was a boy; and, as such, was a king but in name.
(E) The first thing the council did was to look after themselves, that is, to give themselves titles and revenues.
(F) Henry VIII. was succeeded by his son, Edward VI., a boy of nine years of age, learned, pious, and precocious.

6. Which of the following will be the fourth sentence of the paragraph ?

7. Which of the following will be the fifth sentence of the paragraph ?

8. Which of the following will be the first sentence of the paragraph ?

9. Which of the following will be the third sentence of the paragraph ?

10. Which of the following will be the last sentence of the paragraph ?

 

 

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Directions:(1-5) The following statements, when arranged in their correct order, form a coherent paragraph. Find the correct order.

A. But the elder wife saw her husband growing grey with great pleasure, for she did not like to be mistaken for his mother.
B. So every night she used to comb his hair and pick out the grey ones.
C. In the old days, when men were allowed to have many wives, a middle-aged Man had one wife that was old and one that was young; each loved him very much, and desired to see him like herself.
D. Finally, the man soon found himself entirely bald.
E. Now the man’s hair was turning grey, which the young wife did not like, as it made him look too old for her husband.
F. So every morning she used to arrange his hair and pick out as many of the black ones as she could.

1. Question

What is the fifth sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 5
Sentence C introduces the main characters of the paragraph, the man and his two wives and gives the context of the passage. Thus, C is suitable as the opening sentence. Sentence B begins with a result transition word “so”. This indicates that the events in sentence B – one of the wives picking the grey hair of the man, occurred as a result of some event that occurred earlier. In sentence E it is given that the younger wife does not like grey hair. Thus, the event in B would definitely follow the event in E. Thus, EB forms a pair. In sentence F also the result transition type “so” is used. Thus, the event in F – wife picking the black hair would have occurred as a consequence of an event mentioned earlier in the paragraph. In sentence A it is given that the elder wife does not like old hair, thus event in F happened because of the reasons stated in A. Thus, AF also forms a pair. Sentence D has the conclusion transition word “finally” and thus would be the last sentence of the paragraph. Now we have to fit the pairs EB and AF between C and D.
In sentence A, another type of transition word “but” indicates that the idea presented in AF is contrary to another idea. The idea in AF is – the elder wife being jealous and picking out the black hair and the idea presented in the pair EB is – the younger women picking out the grey hair. Thus, AF and EB present contrasting ideas and thus, AF follow EB.
Thus, the final order of the sentence is CEBAFD.
The fifth sentence after rearrangement is F.

2. Question

What is the third sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 4
Sentence C introduces the main characters of the paragraph, the man, and his two wives and gives the context of the passage. Thus, C is suitable as the opening sentence. Sentence B begins with a result transition word “so”. This indicates that the events in sentence B – one of the wives picking the grey hair of the man, occurred as a result of some event that occurred earlier. In sentence E it is given that the younger wife does not like grey hair. Thus, the event in B would definitely follow the event in E. Thus, EB forms a pair. In sentence F also the result transition type “so” is used. Thus, the event in F – wife picking the black hair would have occurred as a consequence of an event mentioned earlier in the paragraph. In sentence A it is given that the elder wife does not like old hair, thus event in F happened because of the reasons stated in A. Thus, AF also forms a pair. Sentence D has the conclusion transition word “finally” and thus would be the last sentence of the paragraph. Now we have to fit the pairs EB and AF between C and D.
In sentence A, another type of transition word “but” indicates that the idea presented in AF is contrary to another idea. The idea in AF is – the elder wife being jealous and picking out the black hair and the idea presented in the pair EB is – the younger women picking out the grey hair. Thus, AF and EB present contrasting ideas and thus AF follow EB.
Thus, the final order of the sentence is CEBAFD.
The third sentence after rearrangement is B.

3. Question

What is the second sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 2
Sentence C introduces the main characters of the paragraph, the man, and his two wives and gives the context of the passage. Thus, C is suitable as the opening sentence. Sentence B begins with a result transition word “so”. This indicates that the events in sentence B – one of the wives picking the grey hair of the man, occurred as a result of some event that occurred earlier. In sentence E it is given that the younger wife does not like grey hair. Thus, the event in B would definitely follow the event in E. Thus, EB forms a pair. In sentence F also the result transition type “so” is used. Thus, the event in F – wife picking the black hair would have occurred as a consequence of an event mentioned earlier in the paragraph. In sentence A it is given that the elder wife does not like old hair, thus event in F happened because of the reasons stated in A. Thus, AF also forms a pair. Sentence D has the conclusion transition word “finally” and thus would be the last sentence of the paragraph. Now we have to fit the pairs EB and AF between C and D.
In sentence A, another type of transition word “but” indicates that the idea presented in AF is contrary to another idea. The idea in AF is – the elder wife being jealous and picking out the black hair and the idea presented in the pair EB is – the younger women picking out the grey hair. Thus, AF and EB present contrasting ideas and thus AF follow EB.
Thus, the final order of the sentence is CEBAFD.
The second sentence after rearrangement is E.

4. Question

What is the last sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 4
Sentence C introduces the main characters of the paragraph, the man, and his two wives and gives the context of the passage. Thus, C is suitable as the opening sentence. Sentence B begins with a result transition word “so”. This indicates that the events in sentence B – one of the wives picking the grey hair of the man, occurred as a result of some event that occurred earlier. In sentence E it is given that the younger wife does not like grey hair. Thus, the event in B would definitely follow the event in E. Thus, EB forms a pair. In sentence F also the result transition type “so” is used. Thus, the event in F – wife picking the black hair would have occurred as a consequence of an event mentioned earlier in the paragraph. In sentence A it is given that the elder wife does not like old hair, thus event in F happened because of the reasons stated in A. Thus, AF also forms a pair. Sentence D has the conclusion transition word “finally” and thus would be the last sentence of the paragraph. Now we have to fit the pairs EB and AF between C and D.
In sentence A, another type of transition word “but” indicates that the idea presented in AF is contrary to another idea. The idea in AF is – the elder wife being jealous and picking out the black hair and the idea presented in the pair EB is – the younger women picking out the grey hair. Thus, AF and EB present contrasting ideas and thus AF follow EB.
Thus, the final order of the sentence is CEBAFD.
The last sentence after rearrangement is D.

5. Question

What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 1
Sentence C introduces the main characters of the paragraph, the man, and his two wives and gives the context of the passage. Thus, C is suitable as the opening sentence. Sentence B begins with a result transition word “so”. This indicates that the events in sentence B – one of the wives picking the grey hair of the man, occurred as a result of some event that occurred earlier. In sentence E it is given that the younger wife does not like grey hair. Thus, the event in B would definitely follow the event in E. Thus, EB forms a pair. In sentence F also the result transition type “so” is used. Thus, the event in F – wife picking the black hair would have occurred as a consequence of an event mentioned earlier in the paragraph. In sentence A it is given that the elder wife does not like old hair, thus event in F happened because of the reasons stated in A. Thus, AF also forms a pair. Sentence D has the conclusion transition word “finally” and thus would be the last sentence of the paragraph. Now we have to fit the pairs EB and AF between C and D.
In sentence A, another type of transition word “but” indicates that the idea presented in AF is contrary to another idea. The idea in AF is – the elder wife being jealous and picking out the black hair and the idea presented in the pair EB is – the younger women picking out the grey hair. Thus, AF and EB present contrasting ideas and thus AF follow EB.
Thus, the final order of the sentence is CEBAFD.
The fourth sentence after rearrangement is A.

Directions:(6-10) Rearrange the following five sentences (A),(B),(C),(D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) The history of his reign is the history of the acts of his ministers.
(B) The Earl of Hertford, being uncle of the king, was unanimously named protector.
(C) The late king left a will, appointing sixteen persons, mostly members of his council, to be guardians of his son, and rulers of the nation during his minority.
(D) Still he was a boy; and, as such, was a king but in name.
(E) The first thing the council did was to look after themselves, that is, to give themselves titles and revenues.
(F) Henry VIII. was succeeded by his son, Edward VI., a boy of nine years of age, learned, pious, and precocious.

6. Question

Which of the following will be the fourth sentence of the paragraph ?

Ans: 2
The statement F introduces the main character of the passage, Edward VI and is the opening sentence of the passage. D gives further details on the main character. Thus, D follows F. A introduces the main topic of the passage i.e the undue influence of the ministers in ruling the kingdom. Thus, A follows D. C gives a reason for the over influence of ministers on the kingdom and B is further elaboration on C. Thus, CB follows A. E gives the end result of the matter discussed in the passage and is an apt conclusion to the passage. Thus, the correct order of the passage is FDACBE.
Therefore, C is the fourth sentence of the paragraph.

7. Question

Which of the following will be the fifth sentence of the paragraph ?

Ans: 4
The statement F introduces the main character of the passage, Edward VI and is the opening sentence of the passage. D gives further details on the main character. Thus, D follows F. A introduces the main topic of the passage i.e the undue influence of the ministers in ruling the kingdom. Thus, A follows D. C gives a reason for the over influence of ministers on the kingdom and B is further elaboration on C. Thus, CB follows A. E gives the end result of the matter discussed in the passage and is an apt conclusion to the passage. Thus, the correct order of the passage is FDACBE.
Therefore, B is the fifth sentence of the paragraph.

8. Question

Which of the following will be the first sentence of the paragraph ?

Ans: 2
The statement F introduces the main character of the passage, Edward VI and is the opening sentence of the passage. D gives further details on the main character. Thus, D follows F. A introduces the main topic of the passage i.e the undue influence of the ministers in ruling the kingdom. Thus, A follows D. C gives a reason for the over influence of ministers on the kingdom and B is further elaboration on C. Thus, CB follows A. E gives the end result of the matter discussed in the passage and is an apt conclusion to the passage. Thus, the correct order of the passage is FDACBE.
Therefore, F is the first sentence of the paragraph.

9. Question

Which of the following will be the third sentence of the paragraph ?

Ans: 3
The statement F introduces the main character of the passage, Edward VI and is the opening sentence of the passage. D gives further details on the main character. Thus, D follows F. A introduces the main topic of the passage i.e. the undue influence of the ministers in ruling the kingdom. Thus, A follows D. C gives a reason for the over influence of ministers on the kingdom and B is further elaboration on C. Thus, CB follows A. E gives the end result of the matter discussed in the passage and is an apt conclusion to the passage. Thus, the correct order of the passage is FDACBE.
Therefore, A is the third sentence of the paragraph.

10. Question

Which of the following will be the last sentence of the paragraph ?

Ans: 3
The statement F introduces the main character of the passage, Edward VI and is the opening sentence of the passage. D gives further details on the main character. Thus, D follows F. A introduces the main topic of the passage i.e the undue influence of the ministers in ruling the kingdom. Thus, A follows D. C gives a reason for the over influence of ministers on the kingdom and B is further elaboration on C. Thus, CB follows A. E gives the end result of the matter discussed in the passage and is an apt conclusion to the passage. Thus, the correct order of the passage is FDACBE.
Therefore, E is the last sentence of the paragraph.

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