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

A) This process is repeated until the alkaline solution no longer dissolves anything from the tissue or fibre.
B) A general method for the isolation of cellulose consists in exposing the moist tissue to the action of chlorine gas or of bromine water in the cold, and subsequently boiling in dilute ammonia.
C) Cellulose obtained this way is a white substance, more or less opaque, retaining the microscopic features of the tissue from which it has been isolated.
D) Plant tissues, however, seldom, if ever, consist of pure cellulose, but contain besides, other products of growth either chemically combined with the cellulose or mechanically bound up with the tissue.
E) The remnants are then washed with water, alcohol, and ether, and dried to obtain cellulose.
F) Plants are so far built up of cellulose that it may be called the material basis of the vegetable world.

1. What will be the third sentence after the rearrangement?

2. What will be the first sentence after the rearrangement?

3. What will be the fifth sentence after the rearrangement?

4. What will be the second sentence after the rearrangement?

5. What will be the fourth sentence after the rearrangement?

Directions:(6-10) The following sentences when arranged properly form a coherent passage. Arrange them in such a manner and answer the questions that follow.

A) The difference between those who succeed and those that fail is probably preparedness.
B) Binary options trading is very promising, but not everyone succeeds in the trade.
C) This way you will be able to avoid mistakes that most traders make when they start.
D) The worst mistake you can make as a new trader is to invest based only on how you feel about a given asset or based on advice that you fetched from the TV or other traders.
E) Some seem to continually make profits when trading while others fail miserably.
F) The first thing you should do when thinking of getting into the trade is to learn as much as possible especially the basics around binary options.

6. What is the SECOND sentence?

7. What is the FIFTH sentence?

8. What is the FIRST sentence?

9. What is the LAST sentence?

10. What is the THIRD sentence?

 

 

Check your Answers below:

 

 

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

    A) This process is repeated until the alkaline solution no longer dissolves anything from the tissue or fibre.
    B) A general method for the isolation of cellulose consists in exposing the moist tissue to the action of chlorine gas or of bromine water in the cold, and subsequently boiling in dilute ammonia.
    C) Cellulose obtained this way is a white substance, more or less opaque, retaining the microscopic features of the tissue from which it has been isolated.
    D) Plant tissues, however, seldom, if ever, consist of pure cellulose, but contain besides, other products of growth either chemically combined with the cellulose or mechanically bound up with the tissue.
    E) The remnants are then washed with water, alcohol, and ether, and dried to obtain cellulose.
    F) Plants are so far built up of cellulose that it may be called the material basis of the vegetable world.

    1. Question

    What will be the third sentence after the rearrangement?

    Ans: 1

    The given paragraph is about extracting cellulose from the plant tissues.
    F must be the opening sentence since it explains the fact that plants are rich in cellulose. F must be followed by D since it states that though plants are rich in cellulose, plant tissues have cellulose in combined state and hence, some processes must be carried out to extract the cellulose. D must be followed by B since it introduces the method to extract cellulose. Sentence A must follow B since it states how the process must be repeated till materials other than cellulose dissolve. Sentence E must follow sentence A since it states how the remnants obtained must be converted to cellulose. C must be the concluding sentence since it talks about the qualities of the cellulose obtained by the process.

    The correct order is FDBAEC.

    As we can see, B will be the third sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option A is the right answer.

  • 2. Question

    What will be the first sentence after the rearrangement?

    Ans: 5

    The given paragraph is about extracting cellulose from the plant tissues.
    F must be the opening sentence since it explains the fact that plants are rich in cellulose. F must be followed by D since it states that though plants are rich in cellulose, plant tissues have cellulose in combined state and hence, some processes must be carried out to extract the cellulose. D must be followed by B since it introduces the method to extract cellulose. Sentence A must follow B since it states how the process must be repeated till materials other than cellulose dissolve. Sentence E must follow sentence A since it states how the remnants obtained must be converted to cellulose. C must be the concluding sentence since it talks about the qualities of the cellulose obtained by the process.

    The correct order is FDBAEC.

    As we can see, F will be the first sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option E is the right answer.

  • 3. Question

    What will be the fifth sentence after the rearrangement?

    Ans: 3

    The given paragraph is about extracting cellulose from the plant tissues.
    F must be the opening sentence since it explains the fact that plants are rich in cellulose. F must be followed by D since it states that though plants are rich in cellulose, plant tissues have cellulose in combined state and hence, some processes must be carried out to extract the cellulose. D must be followed by B since it introduces the method to extract cellulose. Sentence A must follow B since it states how the process must be repeated till materials other than cellulose dissolve. Sentence E must follow sentence A since it states how the remnants obtained must be converted to cellulose. C must be the concluding sentence since it talks about the qualities of the cellulose obtained by the process.

    The correct order is FDBAEC.

    As we can see, E will be the fifth sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option C is the right answer.

  • 4. Question

    What will be the second sentence after the rearrangement?

    Ans: 4

    The given paragraph is about extracting cellulose from the plant tissues.
    F must be the opening sentence since it explains the fact that plants are rich in cellulose. F must be followed by D since it states that though plants are rich in cellulose, plant tissues have cellulose in combined state and hence, some processes must be carried out to extract the cellulose. D must be followed by B since it introduces the method to extract cellulose. Sentence A must follow B since it states how the process must be repeated till materials other than cellulose dissolve. Sentence E must follow sentence A since it states how the remnants obtained must be converted to cellulose. C must be the concluding sentence since it talks about the qualities of the cellulose obtained by the process.

    The correct order is FDBAEC.

    As we can see, D will be the second sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option D is the right answer.

  • 5. Question

    What will be the fourth sentence after the rearrangement?

    Ans: 2

    The given paragraph is about extracting cellulose from the plant tissues.
    F must be the opening sentence since it explains the fact that plants are rich in cellulose. F must be followed by D since it states that though plants are rich in cellulose, plant tissues have cellulose in combined state and hence, some processes must be carried out to extract the cellulose. D must be followed by B since it introduces the method to extract cellulose. Sentence A must follow B since it states how the process must be repeated till materials other than cellulose dissolve. Sentence E must follow sentence A since it states how the remnants obtained must be converted to cellulose. C must be the concluding sentence since it talks about the qualities of the cellulose obtained by the process.

    The correct order is FDBAEC.

    As we can see, A will be the fourth sentence after the rearrangement. Therefore, option B is the right answer.

    Directions:(6-10) The following sentences when arranged properly form a coherent passage. Arrange them in such a manner and answer the questions that follow.

    A) The difference between those who succeed and those that fail is probably preparedness.
    B) Binary options trading is very promising, but not everyone succeeds in the trade.
    C) This way you will be able to avoid mistakes that most traders make when they start.
    D) The worst mistake you can make as a new trader is to invest based only on how you feel about a given asset or based on advice that you fetched from the TV or other traders.
    E) Some seem to continually make profits when trading while others fail miserably.
    F) The first thing you should do when thinking of getting into the trade is to learn as much as possible especially the basics around binary options.

    6. Question

    What is the SECOND sentence?

    Ans: 5
    Let’s start with identifying the sentences which play the role of the context, main point, and details. Sentences A, C, D, E, and F are detail sentences. Sentence B can either be the main point or context. But, if B is the main point, the discussion should lead to this conclusion. But this is not the case. The other sentences are actually taking the idea forward. So, B is the contextual sentence. B should also be the starting sentence for other sentences to make sense. Sentence E should follow sentence B since it is essentially an extension of sentence B. Sentence A should follow E as it takes the idea mentioned in E forward. Furthermore, C and D form a pair since in C the author introduces the topic of mistakes and D takes it forward. Sentence C uses the pronoun ‘this’ to refer to some method by which one can avoid mistakes. Only sentence F, among all the sentences, offers some advice or method that sentence C might be referring to. Thus, C follows F. So, the sequence becomes- BEAFCD. Thus, the second sentence is E.

  • 7. Question

    What is the FIFTH sentence?

    Ans: 3
    Let’s start with identifying the sentences which play the role of the context, main point, and details. Sentences A, C, D, E, and F are detail sentences. Sentence B can either be the main point or context. But, if B is the main point, the discussion should lead to this conclusion. But this is not the case. The other sentences are actually taking the idea forward. So, B is the contextual sentence. B should also be the starting sentence for other sentences to make sense. Sentence E should follow sentence B since it is essentially an extension of sentence B. Sentence A should follow E as it takes the idea mentioned in E forward. Furthermore, C and D form a pair since in C, the author introduces the topic of mistakes and D takes it forward. Sentence C uses the pronoun ‘this’ to refer to some method by which one can avoid mistakes. Only sentence F, among all the sentences, offers some advice or method that sentence C might be referring to. Thus, C follows F. So, the sequence becomes- BEAFCD. Thus, the fifth sentence is E.

  • 8. Question

    What is the FIRST sentence?

      Ans: 2
    Let’s start with identifying the sentences which play the role of the context, main point, and details. Sentences A, C, D, E, and F are detail sentences. Sentence B can either be the main point or context. But, if B is the main point, the discussion should lead to this conclusion. But this is not the case. The other sentences are actually taking the idea forward. So, B is the contextual sentence. B should also be the starting sentence for other sentences to make sense. Sentence E should follow sentence B since it is essentially an extension of sentence B. Sentence A should follow E as it takes the idea mentioned in E forward. Furthermore, C and D form a pair since in C, the author introduces the topic of mistakes and D takes it forward. Sentence C uses the pronoun ‘this’ to refer to some method by which one can avoid mistakes. Only sentence F, among all the sentences, offers some advice or method that sentence C might be referring to. Thus, C follows F. So, the sequence becomes- BEAFCD. Thus, the first sentence is B.

  • 9. Question

    What is the LAST sentence?

    Ans: 3
    Let’s start with identifying the sentences which play the role of the context, main point, and details. Sentences A, C, D, E, and F are detail sentences. Sentence B can either be the main point or context. But, if B is the main point, the discussion should lead to this conclusion. But this is not the case. The other sentences are actually taking the idea forward. So, B is the contextual sentence. B should also be the starting sentence for other sentences to make sense. Sentence E should follow sentence B since it is essentially an extension of sentence B. Sentence A should follow E as it takes the idea mentioned in E forward. Furthermore, C and D form a pair since in C, the author introduces the topic of mistakes and D takes it forward. Sentence C uses the pronoun ‘this’ to refer to some method by which one can avoid mistakes. Only sentence F, among all the sentences, offers some advice or method that sentence C might be referring to. Thus, C follows F. So, the sequence becomes- BEAFCD. Thus, the last sentence is D.

  • 10. Question

    What is the THIRD sentence?

    Ans: 1
    Let’s start with identifying the sentences which play the role of the context, main point, and details. Sentences A, C, D, E, and F are detail sentences. Sentence B can either be the main point or context. But, if B is the main point, the discussion should lead to this conclusion. But this is not the case. The other sentences are actually taking the idea forward. So, B is the contextual sentence. B should also be the starting sentence for other sentences to make sense. Sentence E should follow sentence B since it is essentially an extension of sentence B. Sentence A should follow E as it takes the idea mentioned in E forward. Furthermore, C and D form a pair since in C, the author introduces the topic of mistakes and D takes it forward. Sentence C uses the pronoun ‘this’ to refer to some method by which one can avoid mistakes. Only sentence F, among all the sentences, offers some advice or method that sentence C might be referring to. Thus, C follows F. So, the sequence becomes- BEAFCD. Thus, the third sentence is A.

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