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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. The Man contended that he and his fellows were stronger than lions by reason of their greater intelligence.
B. “That is all very well,” said the Lion, “but proves nothing, for it was a man who made the statue.”
C. So he took him into the public gardens and showed him a statue of Hercules overcoming the Lion and tearing his mouth in two.
D. “Come now with me,” he cried, “and I will soon prove that I am right.”
E. A Man and a Lion were discussing the relative strength of men and lions in general.

1. What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement ?

2. What is the first sentence after rearrangement ?

3. What is the second sentence after rearrangement ?

4. What is the third sentence after rearrangement ?

5. What is the last sentence after rearrangement ?

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

A. It was on the ocean that true romance dwelt, for it led to strange lands and peoples, and no one knew what wonders and mysteries lay behind each horizon.
B. No doubt it was much like other boyhoods, and one likes to picture him, in such hours of leisure as he had, strolling about the streets of Genoa, listening to the talk, staring in at the shop-windows, or watching the busy life in the harbor.
C. Of the youth of Christopher Columbus, as we call him, little is known.
D. It was there, too, high courage was developed and endurance, for it was there that men did battle hand to hand with nature’s mightiest forces.
E. That the latter had a strong attraction for him there can be no doubt, for though he followed his father’s trade till early manhood, he finally found his real vocation as a seaman.

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

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

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

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

10. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

 

 

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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. The Man contended that he and his fellows were stronger than lions by reason of their greater intelligence.
B. “That is all very well,” said the Lion, “but proves nothing, for it was a man who made the statue.”
C. So he took him into the public gardens and showed him a statue of Hercules overcoming the Lion and tearing his mouth in two.
D. “Come now with me,” he cried, “and I will soon prove that I am right.”
E. A Man and a Lion were discussing the relative strength of men and lions in general.

1. Question

What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 3
Sentence E gives the context of the passage and is opening sentence of the passage. The result transition word used in sentence C is as the result of events in D. Thus, C immediately follows D. Sentence D talks about the man proving something and according to sentence B, the lion was not satisfied with the proof he gave. Therefore B should definitely follow DC. Sentence A gives the man’s argument which he tried to prove by his actions in sentences DC. Thus, A would be present before DC.
Thus, the final order of the sentences is EADCB.
The fourth sentence after rearrangement is C

2. Question

What is the first sentence after rearrangement ?

  Ans: 5
Sentence E gives the context of the passage and is opening sentence of the passage. The result transition word used in sentence C is as the result of events in D. Thus, C immediately follows D. Sentence D talks about the man proving something and according to sentence B, the lion was not satisfied with the proof he gave. Therefore B should definitely follow DC. Sentence A gives the man’s argument which he tried to prove by his actions in sentences DC. Thus, A would be present before DC.
Thus, the final order of the sentences is EADCB.
The first sentence after rearrangement is E

3. Question

What is the second sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 1
Sentence E gives the context of the passage and is opening sentence of the passage. The result transition word used in sentence C is as the result of events in D. Thus, C immediately follows D. Sentence D talks about the man proving something and according to sentence B, the lion was not satisfied with the proof he gave. Therefore B should definitely follow DC. Sentence A gives the man’s argument which he tried to prove by his actions in sentences DC. Thus, A would be present before DC.
Thus, the final order of the sentences is EADCB.
The second sentence after rearrangement is A

4. Question

What is the third sentence after rearrangement ?

  Ans: 4
Sentence E gives the context of the passage and is opening sentence of the passage. The result transition word used in sentence C is as the result of events in D. Thus, C immediately follows D. Sentence D talks about the man proving something and according to sentence B, the lion was not satisfied with the proof he gave. Therefore B should definitely follow DC. Sentence A gives the man’s argument which he tried to prove by his actions in sentences DC. Thus, A would be present before DC.
Thus, the final order of the sentences is EADCB.
The third sentence after rearrangement is D.

5. Question

What is the last sentence after rearrangement ?

Ans: 2
Sentence E gives the context of the passage and is opening sentence of the passage. The result transition word used in sentence C is as the result of events in D. Thus, C immediately follows D. Sentence D talks about the man proving something and according to sentence B, the lion was not satisfied with the proof he gave. Therefore B should definitely follow DC. Sentence A gives the man’s argument which he tried to prove by his actions in sentences DC. Thus, A would be present before DC.
Thus, the final order of the sentences is EADCB.
The last sentence after rearrangement is B.

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

A. It was on the ocean that true romance dwelt, for it led to strange lands and peoples, and no one knew what wonders and mysteries lay behind each horizon.
B. No doubt it was much like other boyhoods, and one likes to picture him, in such hours of leisure as he had, strolling about the streets of Genoa, listening to the talk, staring in at the shop-windows, or watching the busy life in the harbor.
C. Of the youth of Christopher Columbus, as we call him, little is known.
D. It was there, too, high courage was developed and endurance, for it was there that men did battle hand to hand with nature’s mightiest forces.
E. That the latter had a strong attraction for him there can be no doubt, for though he followed his father’s trade till early manhood, he finally found his real vocation as a seaman.

6. Question

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

Ans: 2
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Christopher Columbus is the main subject of the paragraph. Hence, sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow C as it is a logical continuation of C, mentioning what his childhood would have been like. Sentence E logically follows B, as the rest of the paragraph talks about harbour and his love for the sea. Sentences A and D form a pair as they explain why he liked the ocean and the skills he learned at the ocean. CBEAD forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

7. Question

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

Ans: 1
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Christopher Columbus is the main subject of the paragraph. Hence, sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow C as it is a logical continuation of C, mentioning what his childhood would have been like. Sentence E logically follows B, as the rest of the paragraph talks about harbour and his love for the sea. Sentences A and D form a pair as they explain why he liked the ocean and the skills he learned at the ocean. CBEAD forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

8. Question

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

  Ans: 5
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Christopher Columbus is the main subject of the paragraph. Hence, sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow C as it is a logical continuation of C, mentioning what his childhood would have been like. Sentence E logically follows B, as the rest of the paragraph talks about harbour and his love for the sea. Sentences A and D form a pair as they explain why he liked the ocean and the skills he learned at the ocean. CBEAD forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

9. Question

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

Ans: 4
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Christopher Columbus is the main subject of the paragraph. Hence, sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow C as it is a logical continuation of C, mentioning what his childhood would have been like. Sentence E logically follows B, as the rest of the paragraph talks about harbour and his love for the sea. Sentences A and D form a pair as they explain why he liked the ocean and the skills he learned at the ocean. CBEAD forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

10. Question

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

Ans: 3
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that Christopher Columbus is the main subject of the paragraph. Hence, sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence B should follow C as it is a logical continuation of C, mentioning what his childhood would have been like. Sentence E logically follows B, as the rest of the paragraph talks about harbour and his love for the sea. Sentences A and D form a pair as they explain why he liked the ocean and the skills he learned at the ocean. CBEAD forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

 

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