Sentence B follows sentence number 1, as B refers to
the editors of the good literacy magazines given in
sentence 1. C logically follows B, again refer to the
editors and D directly links to the number of editors
refered in C. The last choice is A which is giving a
different choice all together, however, it is in sequence
with sentence number 6.
Sentence number 1 is logically followed by B as B
refers to the NRI phase of the Indian expatriate in the
US. This is followed by D explaining the expatriates
and then by A which talks about the media image of
NRIs and last by C which is altogether in a sequence
before ending with sentence number 6.
1. A market for Indian art has existed ever since the
international art scene sprang to life.
A. But interest in architectural conceits is an
unanticipated fallout of the Festivals of India of the
‘80s’ which were designed to increase exports of
B. Simultaneously, the Indian elite discarded their
synthetic sarees and kitsch plastic furniture and a
market came into being.
C. Western dealers, unhappy in a market afflicted by
violent price fluctuations and unpredictable profit
margins, began to look East, and found cheap antiques
with irresistible appeal.
D. The fortunes of the Delhi supremos, the Jew Town
dealers in Cochin and myriad others around the
country were made.
6. A chain of command was established, from the local
contacts to the provincial dealers and up to the big
boys, who entertain the Italians and the French,
cutting deals worth lakhs in warehouse worth corer
The first choice will be A as it follows sentence number
1 and then comes sentence C which is in sequence of
A, explaining the reason for exports of Indian crafts.
This is followed by B which mentions event that
occured alongwith those mentioned in C
simultaneously in the same era. This will then be
followed by D, which explains the fortunes being made
by people dealing in Antiques
DIRECTIONS (Qs. 4 - 10) : In the following items each passage
consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentence are
given in the beginning as S1 and S6. The middle four sentences
in each have been removed and jumbled up. These are labelled
P, Q, R and S. You are required to find out the proper sequence
of the four sentences and mark your response accordingly on
the Answer Sheet.
S1 : Once upon a time there was a king who had a
wonderfully nice garden.
S6 : In the trees lived a nightingale that sang so sweetly
that all who passed by stood still and listened.
P : In the middle of the garden there was a lovely forest
with tall trees and deep lakes.
Q : In this garden were to be seen the most wonderful
flowers with silver bells tied to them.
R : The garden was so large that even the gardener himself
did not know where it began and where it ended.
S : These bells always sounded so that nobody should
pass by without noticing the flowers.
the correct sequence is RSPQ. The sentence S
us that the teacher suddenly fainted in the class. The
next sentence should be R because it talks about the
action that, he was taken to the hospital and is in
continuation of the $S_
. Next sentence should describe
what happened in the hospital. Thus the correct option
is S. The next sentence should be P because it
describes what happened next i.e. the headmaster
came. It should be followed by Q because it describes
that the headmaster was told that the teacher needed
rest and he gave him leave as described in $S_
the correct sequence is PSRQ. The sentence $S_
about a technique used by the colonial power. The
next sentence should what technique, hence the
sentence P. The next sentence should be S because it
describes what else they did. The last sentence $S_
talks about that partition was the culmination which
was in the case of India. Thus sentence Q should
. And Sentence R should follow sentence
the correct sequence is QPRS. The sentence $S_
about that the bank opened at 10 am. All the other
sentences talk about peon, manager and safe. Of all
the sentences, Q should follow $S_
because it talks
about what happened after the bank was open i.e, the
manager and peon went to the safe in the vault. Next
sentence should be P because in continuation, it
describes that the manager asked the peon to open
the safe. What happened next is described in sentence
R where the peon and manager looked into the open
safe. The sentence S and $S_
are in continuation and
thus last sentence should be S.
the correct sequence is QPRS. The sentence $S_
about how the crowd encircled around the thief. The
next sentence should be Q because it describes that
on seeing so many people, his head hung in shame.
The next sentence should be P because it describes
that the notorious thief took out a knife from his shirt.
Seeing this the two men holding him got scared and
ran away. The sequence thus should be R and S.
the correct sequence is SQRP.The sentence $S_
about that the old man wanted to cross the road. The
next sentence should be S because it tells that he waited
for a long time. The next sentence should be Q because
it describes that after have been waiting for long, he
was about to return. The next sentence should be R
which describes the next event that, as he decided to
return back, a car came and stopped in front of him.
And a driver came out who helped him in crossing the
road. Thus the sequence should be P and $S_
the correct sequence is RQPS. The sentence $S_
about that you should speak in strong foreign accent
and broken English. The next statement should be the
reason why you should talk like this, thus R. The next
statement should be Q because it describes how a
English person after realising that you are a foreigner
will not expect you to be polite and use grammatical
phrases. Next sentence should be P because it's in
continuation of the previous sentence. The last
sentence should be S because it gives us an example
gives the aftermath of it