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Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.

A) That the planning is almost worthless is proved by the killings in Florida, where the murderer may have taken advantage of his knowledge of the lockdown protocols in order to kill more students.
B) America has normalized gun killings to the point that we must now be reassured that, when the person with the AR-15 comes to your kid’s school, there’s a plan to cope with him.
C) The claim of this lobby’s complicity in murder is not exaggerated or hysterical but, by now, quite simple and precise: when you refuse to act to stop a social catastrophe from happening, you are responsible for the consequences of the social catastrophe.
D) The gun lobby, and the Republican Party it controls, have accepted as a matter of necessity the ongoing deaths of hundreds of children as the price that they are prepared to pay for the fetishization of weapons.
E) Since everyone knew that this would happen again, those who did nothing to stop it happening again and everything they did to see that no one else could do anything to stop it happening again are complicit when it happens, again.
F) Many people have predicted, repeatedly, that one gun massacre would lead to the next and that more gun massacres would probably take place in one year in America than in the rest of the civilized world combined and they have been proved right, and then right again.

1. Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence?

2. Which of the following will be the First sentence?

3. Which of the following will be the Last sentence?

4. Which of the following will be the Second sentence?

5. Which of the following will be the Fifth sentence?

Directions:(6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph: then answer the questions that follow.

A. The favoured destination of this well-heeled tribe is not Las Vegas, the archetypal gambling capital.
B. Gambling, prostitution and alcohol are the three activities many countries have tried to ban but not to much avail.
C. Although public gambling is illegal in India, with the exception of Goa and Sikkim, it flourishes under the legal radar in many different forms.
D. Barred or not, they manage to thrive and sometimes more if they are legally prohibited.
E. It is Macau, the world’s largest gambling den.
F. Apparently, Indians have a great penchant for gambling and the extent of this has achieved some international notoriety.

6. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

7. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

8. Which of the following will be the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

9. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

10. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

 

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  • Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions that follow.

    A) That the planning is almost worthless is proved by the killings in Florida, where the murderer may have taken advantage of his knowledge of the lockdown protocols in order to kill more students.
    B) America has normalized gun killings to the point that we must now be reassured that, when the person with the AR-15 comes to your kid’s school, there’s a plan to cope with him.
    C) The claim of this lobby’s complicity in murder is not exaggerated or hysterical but, by now, quite simple and precise: when you refuse to act to stop a social catastrophe from happening, you are responsible for the consequences of the social catastrophe.
    D) The gun lobby, and the Republican Party it controls, have accepted as a matter of necessity the ongoing deaths of hundreds of children as the price that they are prepared to pay for the fetishization of weapons.
    E) Since everyone knew that this would happen again, those who did nothing to stop it happening again and everything they did to see that no one else could do anything to stop it happening again are complicit when it happens, again.
    F) Many people have predicted, repeatedly, that one gun massacre would lead to the next and that more gun massacres would probably take place in one year in America than in the rest of the civilized world combined and they have been proved right, and then right again.

    1. Question

    Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence?

    Ans:3
    While rearranging sentences we must keep in mind that the passage has a central theme or main subject matter. All the other sub themes are built around it. Here it can be clearly understood that the central theme is ‘Gun Violence.’ The sentence that introduces this to us is B. The next sentence should be A. Since the first sentence ended with mentioning a plan, the next sentence should definitely be about that plan. The third sentence should ideally be D, as it tries to find out the causes by criticizing the government for its inactivity. This sentence mentions about Gun lobby which keeps the government from taking any severe action and therefore the next sentence should be C. E can’t be the fifth sentence because it starts with ‘since’ which means it is trying to explain something that has been previously mentioned about ‘gun violence happening again.’ So the fifth sentence is F and sentence E is the last sentence.Hence, the correct sequence is BADCFE.
  • 2. Question

    Which of the following will be the First sentence?

    Ans:5
    While rearranging sentences we must keep in mind that the passage has a central theme or main subject matter. All the other sub themes are built around it. Here it can be clearly understood that the central theme is ‘Gun Violence.’ The sentence that introduces this to us is B. The next sentence should be A. Since the first sentence ended with mentioning a plan, the next sentence should definitely be about that plan. The third sentence should ideally be D, as it tries to find out the causes by criticizing the government for its inactivity. This sentence mentions about Gun lobby which keeps the government from taking any severe action and therefore the next sentence should be C. E can’t be the fifth sentence because it starts with ‘since’ which means it is trying to explain something that has been previously mentioned about ‘gun violence happening again.’ So the fifth sentence is F and sentence E is the last sentence.Hence, the correct sequence is BADCFE.
  • 3. Question

    Which of the following will be the Last sentence?

    Ans:5
    While rearranging sentences we must keep in mind that the passage has a central theme or main subject matter. All the other sub themes are built around it. Here it can be clearly understood that the central theme is ‘Gun Violence.’ The sentence that introduces this to us is B. The next sentence should be A. Since the first sentence ended with mentioning a plan, the next sentence should definitely be about that plan. The third sentence should ideally be D, as it tries to find out the causes by criticizing the government for its inactivity. This sentence mentions about Gun lobby which keeps the government from taking any severe action and therefore the next sentence should be C. E can’t be the fifth sentence because it starts with ‘since’ which means it is trying to explain something that has been previously mentioned about ‘gun violence happening again.’ So the fifth sentence is F and sentence E is the last sentence.Hence, the correct sequence is BADCFE.
  • 4. Question

    Which of the following will be the Second sentence?

    Ans:1
    While rearranging sentences we must keep in mind that the passage has a central theme or main subject matter. All the other sub themes are built around it. Here it can be clearly understood that the central theme is ‘Gun Violence.’ The sentence that introduces this to us is B. The next sentence should be A. Since the first sentence ended with mentioning a plan, the next sentence should definitely be about that plan. The third sentence should ideally be D, as it tries to find out the causes by criticizing the government for its inactivity. This sentence mentions about Gun lobby which keeps the government from taking any severe action and therefore the next sentence should be C. E can’t be the fifth sentence because it starts with ‘since’ which means it is trying to explain something that has been previously mentioned about ‘gun violence happening again.’ So the fifth sentence is F and sentence E is the last sentence.Hence, the correct sequence is BADCFE.
  • 5. Question

    Which of the following will be the Fifth sentence?

    Ans:5
    While rearranging sentences we must keep in mind that the passage has a central theme or main subject matter. All the other sub themes are built around it. Here it can be clearly understood that the central theme is ‘Gun Violence.’ The sentence that introduces this to us is B. The next sentence should be A. Since the first sentence ended with mentioning a plan, the next sentence should definitely be about that plan. The third sentence should ideally be D, as it tries to find out the causes by criticizing the government for its inactivity. This sentence mentions about Gun lobby which keeps the government from taking any severe action and therefore the next sentence should be C. E can’t be the fifth sentence because it starts with ‘since’ which means it is trying to explain something that has been previously mentioned about ‘gun violence happening again.’ So the fifth sentence is F and sentence E is the last sentence.Hence, the correct sequence is BADCFE.
  • Directions:(6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph: then answer the questions that follow.A. The favoured destination of this well-heeled tribe is not Las Vegas, the archetypal gambling capital.
    B. Gambling, prostitution and alcohol are the three activities many countries have tried to ban but not to much avail.
    C. Although public gambling is illegal in India, with the exception of Goa and Sikkim, it flourishes under the legal radar in many different forms.
    D. Barred or not, they manage to thrive and sometimes more if they are legally prohibited.
    E. It is Macau, the world’s largest gambling den.
    F. Apparently, Indians have a great penchant for gambling and the extent of this has achieved some international notoriety.
  • 6. Question

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

    Ans:2
    Such questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.Hence, the correct sequence is BDCFAE.
  • 7. Question

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

    Ans:5
    Such questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.Hence, the correct sequence isSuch questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.

    BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.

    Hence, the correct sequence is BDCFAE.

  • 8. Question

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

    Ans:2
    Such questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.Hence, the correct sequence is BDCFAE.
  • 9. Question

    Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans:1
    Such questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.Hence, the correct sequence is BDCFAE.
  • 10. Question

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

    Ans:3
    Such questions can be best solved by judging the introductory sentence as per the central issue of the statements.
    Certain pairs are evident in these statements.
    The first pair is AE – A talks about what is not the favourite destination for an activity while E talks about what is the favourite destination.
    The second pair is BD – B can serve as an introductory statement as it introduces the three activities which are the subject of consideration in all the sentences. D follows as ‘they’ mentioned in D refers to these three activities.
    The third pair is CF – C talks about the subject with respect to India, while F presents a contrast to it.BD is, hence, the introductory pair. CF follows since ‘international notoriety’ in F has been further explained in the pair AE.Hence, the correct sequence is BDCFAE.

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