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Exercise

 "Success has many fathers, while failure is an orphan." - (Proverb)
1 . DIRECTIONS (Qs. 1 - 10): In this section each question consists of six sentences of a passage. The first and sixth sentences are given in the beginning as S1 and S6. The middle four sentences in each have been jumbled up and labelled P, Q, R and S. You are required to find the proper sequence of the four sentences and mark your response accordingly on the Answer Sheet

$S_ 1$ : There were no finger prints anywhere.

$S_ 6$ : These conclusions made the detectives think that it was a fake theft.

P : First of all it was impossible even for a child to enter through the hole in the roof.

Q : When the investigators tried to reconstruct the crime, they came up against facts.

R : Moreover, when the detectives tried to push a silver vase, it was found to be double the size of the hole.

S : Again, the size of the hole was examined by the experts who said that nothing had been passed through it.

The proper sequence should be :
 PQRS QPRS SQRP QRSP
2 . $S_ 1$ : If you want to film a scene in slow motion you run the camera twice as fast as usual, which sounds ridiculous but isn't.

$S_ 6$ : On the screen, everything appears at half the speed at which the camera recorded it when it was filmed.

P : If you are filming in slow motion, however, the camera runs at twice the normal speed, yet, in spite of this, the projector which shows the film will be run at the normal speed, and this means that the projector will show the film at half the speed at which it was photographed

Q : This is because the camera which took the pictures and the projector which shows them run at the same speed.

R : When a film camera is running at normal speed, it takes twenty-four pictures a second.

S : When the film is run through the film projector in the camera twenty-four pictures a second appear on the screen.

The proper sequence should be :
 PSRQ PSQR SRQP RSQP
3 . $S 1$ : Great quantities of animal oil come from whales.

$S 6$ : A few other creatures also yield oil.

P : It produces a great quantity of oil which can be made into food for human consumption.

Q : These enormous creatures of the sea are the largest remaining animals in the world.

R : When the whale is killed, the blubber is stripped off and boiled down.

S : To protect the whales from the cold of the Arctic seas nature has provided it with a thick covering of fat called blubber

The proper sequence should be :
 PSRQ QSRP PRQS RPQS
4 . $S_ 1$ : The distance between theatre and reality has stretched so far that when play, it is a cause for rejoicing.

$S_ 6$ : But the question is, have we forgotten his legacy in modern India ?

P : It searches our collective psyche like an unrelenting laser beam.

Q : Most importantly, the play questions whether religion and politics can fuse together in modern India.

R : Gandhiji had both the spiritual and political dimensions that we so lack today.

S : Prasanna's Gandhiji' staged recently by the National School of Drama is one such play.

The proper sequence should be :
 SRPQ RSPQ SPQR RQPS
5 . $S_ 1$ : We who live in the present day world are proud to call ourselves civilized.

$S_ 6$ : In fact science has added to our worries.

P : But let us search our hearts and ask ourselves, 'Has science solved our problem?'

Q : Is it because we live and dress better than our forefathers ?

R : Frankly speaking, the answer is 'No'.

S : Of course, we have the advantages of the inventions of science which our ancestors had never known.

The proper sequence should be :
 PQRS QSPR PRSQ SPRQ
6 . $S_ 1$ : Her sister recognized her at once.

$S_ 6$ : As for the young prince, he found her more lovely and lovable than ever, and insisted upon marrying her immediately.

P : She embraced them, telling them she forgave them with all her heart. Q : Then she departed with the herald to the King's palace. R : They were not in the least surprised, for everybody believed in fairies, and everybody longed to have a fairy godmother. S : She told her wh ole story to His Majesty and the royal family. The proper sequence should be
 RSQP QPSR PQSR PSQR
7 . $S_ 1$ : No daily paper has ever found its way into this village.

$S_ 6$ : They carry this with them to the trading centres in the plains and cities.

P : These travellers come from distant places.

Q : On their return journey they have news from the hills.

R : The only news the inhabitants get is from travellers.

S : On their way into the hills they bring news from distant plains and cities of India.

The proper sequence should be
 PQSR RPSQ QSPR RQPS
8 . $S_ 1$ : A stag was drinking water at a pool.

$S_ 6$ : He was thus caught by the hunters.

Q : All of a sudden some hunters came to the pool.

R : From what he saw, he liked his horns, but he was rather unhappy about his legs.

S : His legs helped him in getting away from the hunters, but his horns were caught in a bush.

The proper sequence should be
 QPRS PQRS PRQS RPQS
9 . $S_ 1$ : The earth was initially very hot and without an atmosphere.

$S_ 6$ : But it contained a lot of other gases that are poisonous to us.

P : The atmosphere came from the emission of gases from the rocks.

Q : Because it contained no oxygen.

R : In the course of time it cooled and acquired an atmosphere.

S : This early atmosphere was not one in which we could have survived.

The proper sequence should be
 RPSQ PSRQ SPQR QRPS
10 . $S_ 1$ : When Galileo was young, people believed that the earth was the centre of the Universe.

$S_ 6$ : But time has proved that Galileo's view was right.

P : But Galileo began to argue that it was not so.

Q : This belief was supported by the State and the Church.

R : He said that the Earth and other planets moved round the sun.

S : He was imprisoned for voicing this unorthodox view.

The proper sequence should be
 PQRS QPRS QPSR PSRQ