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Directions:(1-5) The following sentences when properly arranged, form a coherent paragraph. Answer the questions based on the proper arrangement of sentences.

A. If someone complains it took them an extremely long time to receive what they ordered, instead of saying, “Yes, other people have told me that,” you want to say, “I’m sorry to hear about your problems there.
B. Never speak negatively about a competitor; it doesn’t make you look professional.
C. Along with salesmanship comes good personal communication and customer service skills.
D. You may acquire potential customers who are looking to you because they were dissatisfied when their previous vendor, so you have to know how to handle those instances.
E. You don’t want to say anything negative but just point out the way you take care of your business and customers.
F. We try to ship all of our products within (whatever the time frame is).”

1. What is the second sentence after rearrangement?

2. What is the third sentence after rearrangement?

3. What is the last sentence after rearrangement?

4. What is the first sentence after rearrangement?

5. What is the fourth sentence after 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 meditator was very respectful of the old hermit.
B) The meditator was pleased; the hermit was using the same mantra he used himself– but when the hermit spoke the mantra aloud, the meditator was horrified!
C) The old man said he had no spiritual practice, except a mantra which he repeated all the time to himself.
D) A hermit lived alone on an island in the middle of a lake, so the meditator hired a man with a boat to row across to the island.
E) As they shared some tea made with herbs, the meditator asked him about his spiritual practice.

6. What is the FIFTH sentence?

7. What is the SECOND sentence?

8. What is the THIRD sentence?

9. What is the FIRST sentence?

10. What is the FOURTH sentence?

 

 

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  • Directions:(1-5) The following sentences when properly arranged, form a coherent paragraph. Answer the questions based on the proper arrangement of sentences.

    A. If someone complains it took them an extremely long time to receive what they ordered, instead of saying, “Yes, other people have told me that,” you want to say, “I’m sorry to hear about your problems there.
    B. Never speak negatively about a competitor; it doesn’t make you look professional.
    C. Along with salesmanship comes good personal communication and customer service skills.
    D. You may acquire potential customers who are looking to you because they were dissatisfied when their previous vendor, so you have to know how to handle those instances.
    E. You don’t want to say anything negative but just point out the way you take care of your business and customers.
    F. We try to ship all of our products within (whatever the time frame is).”

    1. Question

    What is the second sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 4
    The paragraph is about salesmanship and the skills associated with it. The first sentence is C. It introduces the topic of the paragraph. This is then followed by sentence D. This is in continuation with the point about customer service skills mentioned in sentence C. The idea is further continued in E. So, D is followed by E. A and F is a pair because F continues the dialogue started in A. B is the concluding sentence of the paragraph. So, the correct order of sentences is CDEAFB. So, the second sentence after rearrangement is D.

  • 2. Question

    What is the third sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 4
    The paragraph is about salesmanship and the skills associated with it. The first sentence is C. It introduces the topic of the paragraph. This is then followed by sentence D. This is in continuation with the point about customer service skills mentioned in sentence C. The idea is further continued in E. So, D is followed by E. A and F is a pair because F continues the dialogue started in A. B is the concluding sentence of the paragraph. So, the correct order of sentences is CDEAFB. So, the third sentence after rearrangement is E.

  • 3. Question

    What is the last sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 2
    The paragraph is about salesmanship and the skills associated with it. The first sentence is C. It introduces the topic of the paragraph. This is then followed by sentence D. This is in continuation with the point about customer service skills mentioned in sentence C. The idea is further continued in E. So, D is followed by E. A and F is a pair because F continues the dialogue started in A. B is the concluding sentence of the paragraph. So, the correct order of sentences is CDEAFB. So, the last sentence after rearrangement is B.

  • 4. Question

    What is the first sentence after rearrangement?

      Ans: 3
    The paragraph is about salesmanship and the skills associated with it. The first sentence is C. It introduces the topic of the paragraph. This is then followed by sentence D. This is in continuation with the point about customer service skills mentioned in sentence C. The idea is further continued in E. So, D is followed by E. A and F is a pair because F continues the dialogue started in A. B is the concluding sentence of the paragraph. So, the correct order of sentences is CDEAFB. So, the first sentence after rearrangement is C.

  • 5. Question

    What is the fourth sentence after rearrangement?

    Ans: 1
    The paragraph is about salesmanship and the skills associated with it. The first sentence is C. It introduces the topic of the paragraph. This is then followed by sentence D. This is in continuation with the point about customer service skills mentioned in sentence C. The idea is further continued in E. So, D is followed by E. A and F is a pair because F continues the dialogue started in A. B is the concluding sentence of the paragraph. So, the correct order of sentences is CDEAFB. So, the fourth sentence after rearrangement is A.

    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 meditator was very respectful of the old hermit.
    B) The meditator was pleased; the hermit was using the same mantra he used himself– but when the hermit spoke the mantra aloud, the meditator was horrified!
    C) The old man said he had no spiritual practice, except a mantra which he repeated all the time to himself.
    D) A hermit lived alone on an island in the middle of a lake, so the meditator hired a man with a boat to row across to the island.
    E) As they shared some tea made with herbs, the meditator asked him about his spiritual practice.

    6. Question

    What is the FIFTH sentence?

      Ans: 2
    Let’s first identify the sentences which play the role of Context, Detail, and the main point. As we can notice that the sentences are part of a narration sequence. The passage is not one where author infers something. Thus, this passage, most likely, will not have a main point. Apart from sentence D, which is a contextual sentence, all the other sentences are ‘detail’ sentences. Sentence D should be the opening sentence since it introduces the protagonists- Hermit and the Mediator. Sentence E and C form a pair as in C the old hermit answers the question that the mediator asks him in sentence E. Similarly, C and B also form a pair since B suggests that the mediator was pleased with the answer hermit gave him in C, but was later horrified when hermit spoke the mantra aloud. Now, the problem boils down to arrange sentence A. The possible combinations are- DAECB and DECBA. But sentence A, in the end, provides an abrupt ending to the passage. Thus, the sequence should be DAECB. Thus, the fifth sentence is B.

  • 7. Question

    What is the SECOND sentence?

    Ans: 1
    Let’s first identify the sentences which play the role of Context, Detail, and the main point. As we can notice that the sentences are part of a narration sequence. The passage is not one where author infers something. Thus, this passage, most likely, will not have a main point. Apart from sentence D, which is a contextual sentence, all the other sentences are ‘detail’ sentences. Sentence D should be the opening sentence since it introduces the protagonists- Hermit and the Mediator. Sentence E and C form a pair as in C the old hermit answers the question that the mediator asks him in sentence E. Similarly, C and B also form a pair since B suggests that the mediator was pleased with the answer hermit gave him in C, but was later horrified when hermit spoke the mantra aloud. Now, the problem boils down to arrange sentence A. The possible combinations are- DAECB and DECBA. But sentence A, in the end, provides an abrupt ending to the passage. Thus, the sequence should be DAECB. Thus, the second sentence is A.

  • 8. Question

    What is the THIRD sentence?

    Ans: 5
    Let’s first identify the sentences which play the role of Context, Detail, and the main point. As we can notice that the sentences are part of a narration sequence. The passage is not one where author infers something. Thus, this passage, most likely, will not have a main point. Apart from sentence D, which is a contextual sentence, all the other sentences are ‘detail’ sentences. Sentence D should be the opening sentence since it introduces the protagonists- Hermit and the Mediator. Sentence E and C form a pair as in C the old hermit answers the question that the mediator asks him in sentence E. Similarly, C and B also form a pair since B suggests that the mediator was pleased with the answer hermit gave him in C, but was later horrified when hermit spoke the mantra aloud. Now, the problem boils down to arrange sentence A. The possible combinations are- DAECB and DECBA. But sentence A, in the end, provides an abrupt ending to the passage. Thus, the sequence should be DAECB. Thus, the third sentence is E.

  • 9. Question

    What is the FIRST sentence?

    Ans: 4
    Let’s first identify the sentences which play the role of Context, Detail, and the main point. As we can notice that the sentences are part of a narration sequence. The passage is not one where author infers something. Thus, this passage, most likely, will not have a main point. Apart from sentence D, which is a contextual sentence, all the other sentences are ‘detail’ sentences. Sentence D should be the opening sentence since it introduces the protagonists- Hermit and the Mediator. Sentence E and C form a pair as in C the old hermit answers the question that the mediator asks him in sentence E. Similarly, C and B also form a pair since B suggests that the mediator was pleased with the answer hermit gave him in C, but was later horrified when hermit spoke the mantra aloud. Now, the problem boils down to arrange sentence A. The possible combinations are- DAECB and DECBA. But sentence A, in the end, provides an abrupt ending to the passage. Thus, the sequence should be DAECB. Thus, the first sentence is D.

  • 10. Question

    What is the FOURTH sentence?

    Ans: 3
    Let’s first identify the sentences which play the role of Context, Detail, and the main point. As we can notice that the sentences are part of a narration sequence. The passage is not one where author infers something. Thus, this passage, most likely, will not have a main point. Apart from sentence D, which is a contextual sentence, all the other sentences are ‘detail’ sentences. Sentence D should be the opening sentence since it introduces the protagonists- Hermit and the Mediator. Sentence E and C form a pair as in C the old hermit answers the question that the mediator asks him in sentence E. Similarly, C and B also form a pair since B suggests that the mediator was pleased with the answer hermit gave him in C, but was later horrified when hermit spoke the mantra aloud. Now, the problem boils down to arrange sentence A. The possible combinations are- DAECB and DECBA. But sentence A, in the end, provides an abrupt ending to the passage. Thus, the sequence should be DAECB. Thus, the fourth sentence is C.

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