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Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.

A. This preeminence was due partly to freedom from a close blockade and partly to a seafaring population which was born and bred to its trade and knew no other.
B. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Charleston sent some splendid armed ships to sea but not with the impetuous rush nor in anything like the numbers enrolled by this gray old town whose fame was unique.
C. Salem was the foremost privateering port of the Revolution, and from this pleasant harbor, long since deserted by ships and sailormen, there filled away past Cape Ann one hundred and fifty-eight vessels of all sizes to scan the horizon for British topsails.
D. They accounted for four hundred prizes, or half the whole number to the credit of American arms afloat.
E. Besides the crews of Salem merchantmen, privateering enlisted the idle fishermen of ports nearby and the mariners of Boston whose commerce had been snuffed out by the British occupation.

1. Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

2. Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

3. Which of the following is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

4. Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

5. Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

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

A. Fifty years ago we could not have understood the ancient religions of India.
B. It was coeval with the religion of Egypt in the time of Abraham, and perhaps at a still earlier date.
C. Brahmanism is one of the oldest religions of the world.
D. But of its earliest form and extent we know nothing, except from the sacred poems of the Hindus called the Vedas, written in Sanskrit probably fifteen hundred years before Christ, – for even the date of the earliest of the Vedas is unknown.
E. But Sir William Jones in the latter part of the last century, a man of immense erudition and genius for the acquisition of languages, at that time an English judge in India, prepared the way for the study of Sanskrit, the literary language of ancient India, by the translation and publication of the laws of Menu.
F. It was flourishing in India at a period before history was written.

6. Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

7. Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

8. Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

9. Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

10. Which of the following is the LAST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

 

 

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Directions:(1-5) Rearrange the given six sentences so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions.

A. This preeminence was due partly to freedom from a close blockade and partly to a seafaring population which was born and bred to its trade and knew no other.
B. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Charleston sent some splendid armed ships to sea but not with the impetuous rush nor in anything like the numbers enrolled by this gray old town whose fame was unique.
C. Salem was the foremost privateering port of the Revolution, and from this pleasant harbor, long since deserted by ships and sailormen, there filled away past Cape Ann one hundred and fifty-eight vessels of all sizes to scan the horizon for British topsails.
D. They accounted for four hundred prizes, or half the whole number to the credit of American arms afloat.
E. Besides the crews of Salem merchantmen, privateering enlisted the idle fishermen of ports nearby and the mariners of Boston whose commerce had been snuffed out by the British occupation.

1. Question

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 3
On carefully reading the given sentences, we see that the paragraph is about the port Salem. Sentence C introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, it should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence D should follow sentence C as it further adds details about the vessels. Sentence A should be the next sentence as it explains the reason for their preeminence. Sentence E further supports A and should be the next sentence. Sentence B is an apt concluding line of the paragraph. CDAEB forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

2. Question

Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 4
On carefully reading the given sentences, we see that the paragraph is about the port Salem. Sentence C introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, it should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence D should follow sentence C as it further adds details about the vessels. Sentence A should be the next sentence as it explains the reason for their preeminence. Sentence E further supports A and should be the next sentence. Sentence B is an apt concluding line of the paragraph. CDAEB forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

3. Question

Which of the following is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 1
On carefully reading the given sentences, we see that the paragraph is about the port Salem. Sentence C introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, it should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence D should follow sentence C as it further adds details about the vessels. Sentence A should be the next sentence as it explains the reason for their preeminence. Sentence E further supports A and should be the next sentence. Sentence B is an apt concluding line of the paragraph. CDAEB forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

4. Question

Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 5
On carefully reading the given sentences, we see that the paragraph is about the port Salem. Sentence C introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, it should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence D should follow sentence C as it further adds details about the vessels. Sentence A should be the next sentence as it explains the reason for their preeminence. Sentence E further supports A and should be the next sentence. Sentence B is an apt concluding line of the paragraph. CDAEB forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

5. Question

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 2
On carefully reading the given sentences, we see that the paragraph is about the port Salem. Sentence C introduces the subject of the paragraph. Hence, it should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentence D should follow sentence C as it further adds details about the vessels. Sentence A should be the next sentence as it explains the reason for their preeminence. Sentence E further supports A and should be the next sentence. Sentence B is an apt concluding line of the paragraph. CDAEB forms a meaningful and coherent paragraph.

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

A. Fifty years ago we could not have understood the ancient religions of India.
B. It was coeval with the religion of Egypt in the time of Abraham, and perhaps at a still earlier date.
C. Brahmanism is one of the oldest religions of the world.
D. But of its earliest form and extent we know nothing, except from the sacred poems of the Hindus called the Vedas, written in Sanskrit probably fifteen hundred years before Christ, – for even the date of the earliest of the Vedas is unknown.
E. But Sir William Jones in the latter part of the last century, a man of immense erudition and genius for the acquisition of languages, at that time an English judge in India, prepared the way for the study of Sanskrit, the literary language of ancient India, by the translation and publication of the laws of Menu.
F. It was flourishing in India at a period before history was written.

6. Question

Which of the following is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 4
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that ‘Brahmanism’ is the subject of the paragraph. Sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentences F and B both talk about the ancient origins of Brahmanism. The order should be FB as they form a continuous pair. Sentence D should follow B as it mentions the void in our knowledge of the form and extent of Brahmanism. Sentences A and E form a pair as A mentions that we could not have understood the ancient religions of India if not for William Jones’ effort to prepare a way for the study of Sanskrit, as mentioned in E. Thus, CFBDAE forms a coherent and cogent paragraph.

7. Question

Which of the following is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 3
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that ‘Brahmanism’ is the subject of the paragraph. Sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentences F and B both talk about the ancient origins of Brahmanism. The order should be FB as they form a continuous pair. Sentence D should follow B as it mentions the void in our knowledge of the form and extent of Brahmanism. Sentences A and E form a pair as A mentions that we could not have understood the ancient religions of India if not for William Jones’ effort to prepare a way for the study of Sanskrit, as mentioned in E. Thus, CFBDAE forms a coherent and cogent paragraph.

8. Question

Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 2
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that ‘Brahmanism’ is the subject of the paragraph. Sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentences F and B both talk about the ancient origins of Brahmanism. The order should be FB as they form a continuous pair. Sentence D should follow B as it mentions the void in our knowledge of the form and extent of Brahmanism. Sentences A and E form a pair as A mentions that we could not have understood the ancient religions of India if not for William Jones’ effort to prepare a way for the study of Sanskrit, as mentioned in E. Thus, CFBDAE forms a coherent and cogent paragraph.

9. Question

Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 1
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that ‘Brahmanism’ is the subject of the paragraph. Sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentences F and B both talk about the ancient origins of Brahmanism. The order should be FB as they form a continuous pair. Sentence D should follow B as it mentions the void in our knowledge of the form and extent of Brahmanism. Sentences A and E form a pair as A mentions that we could not have understood the ancient religions of India if not for William Jones’ effort to prepare a way for the study of Sanskrit, as mentioned in E. Thus, CFBDAE forms a coherent and cogent paragraph.

10. Question

Which of the following is the LAST sentence of the paragraph after rearrangement?

Ans: 5
On carefully reading the sentences, we see that ‘Brahmanism’ is the subject of the paragraph. Sentence C, which introduces the subject, should be the opening sentence of the paragraph. Sentences F and B both talk about the ancient origins of Brahmanism. The order should be FB as they form a continuous pair. Sentence D should follow B as it mentions the void in our knowledge of the form and extent of Brahmanism. Sentences A and E form a pair as A mentions that we could not have understood the ancient religions of India if not for William Jones’ effort to prepare a way for the study of Sanskrit, as mentioned in E. Thus, CFBDAE forms a coherent and cogent paragraph.

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