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Ordering of Sentences: Test-14

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Question 1
S1 : As a first step we have made the tribals celebrate the Itu Kula festival on the same day.
S6 : Village-wise environmental status reports were prepared to help people in assessing the remaining natural resources such as drinking water, extent of grazing land, and number of fruit-bearing trees, bird, animals etc.
P: For the first time in the history of this region, during this festival, an Adivasa darbar was conducted.
Q: Tribes from Madhya Pradesh and Odisha were also invited to participate in this darbar.
R: We could achieve emotional integrity amongst tribals which resulted in this success.
S: For centuries they were celebrating it on different days and in different ways.
The correct sequence should be
A
SRPQ
B
PRSQ
C
QSPR
D
RSQP
Question 1 Explanation:
The correct sequence is SRPQ. S1 talks about the Itu Kula festival. S talks about its celebration since centuries. R talks about emotional integrity among tribals. P talks about Adivasa darbar conducted during this festival. Q talks about tribes from Madhya Pradesh and Odisha participating in this darbar.
Question 2
S1: He went to his friends, but none of them was ready to help him now.
S6 : Now the Youngman understood that he had made a mistake.
P: He had to look after the farmer's pigs.
Q: And when he was hungry he ate the food which was given to the pigs.
R: He went away from the city and wandered round the countryside looking for food to eat.
S: In the end he went to the house of a farmer and became his servant.
The correct sequence should be
A
PSRQ
B
RSPQ
C
SQPR
D
QPSR
Question 2 Explanation:
The correct sequence is RSPQ. R tells the scenario when his friends didn’t helped him. S tells the end result of his journey for food. P tells the scenario what he had to do to get some food. Q tells the intensity of his hunger that he ate the food given to pigs after which he realizes his mistake as given in S6.
Question 3
S1 : Our villages are not now as serene and peaceful as they had been twenty five years ago.
S6 : This often vitiates the traditional tranquility of the rural way of living.
P: The village people now seldom live under the overall command of any single powerful headman.
Q: Local political leaders mostly control and command them.
R: Party politics had entered into the peaceful villages forcing the villagers to live polarized political lives.
S: One dangerous consequence of this is that they are often dragged into clashes even with their own relations of different political belief.
The correct sequence should be
A
PRSQ
B
RPQS
C
QPRS
D
PSRQ
Question 3 Explanation:
The correct sequence is RPQS. R tells the reason why our villages are not at peace as they are twenty five years ago. P tells that people seldom are under control of one powerful headman. Q tells who these headmen are. S tells the consequences of this scenario.
Question 4
S1: In 1668 an important discovery was made.
S6 : That was the beginning of the end of the theory of spontaneous generation of higher plants and animals.
P: He put some rotting meat and fish in open jars and watched them.
Q: When he covered the jars with muslin, he found that flies came and laid their eggs on the muslin, but not maggots developed on the meat.
R: In time, he noticed that flies came and laid their eggs in the meat and the maggots hatched from the eggs.
S: An Italian physician named Redi decided to test the idea that worms were generated spontaneously in rotting meat.
The correct sequence should be
A
PQSR
B
SPRQ
C
SRPQ
D
RPQS
Question 4 Explanation:
The correct sequence is SPRQ. S1 starts with the idea of some invention. S talks about that invention. P reveals the methods involved in the invention. R continues this further and Q finally depicts the result of the experiment.
Question 5
S1: Newton was perhaps the greatest scientist that ever lived.
S6 : Newton went home and worked quietly by himself for about 18 months.
P: But when he was only 22, a terrible plague epidemic swept over England.
Q: He was the son of a Lincolnshire farmer, and was born in 1642.
R: Therefore the universities-were closed.
S: He went to Cambridge to study mathematics when he was 19.
The correct sequence should be
A
SPRQ
B
QPSR
C
SQPR
D
QSPR
Question 5 Explanation:
The correct sequence is QSPR The paragraph starts with a general statement about Newton. Q talks more about him. S talks further about his education. P tells about an incident that happened when Newton was 22. R tells the outcome of that incident, and hence R will follow P.
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