free Online Test Ordering of Sentences Questions and Answers Quiz 6
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"Everyone is wise until he speaks."
DIRECTIONS (Qs. 1 - 10) : In the following questions, each
passage consists of six sentences. The first and sixth sentence are
given in the beginning as $S_
. The middle four sentences
in each have been jumbled up. These are labelled P, Q, R and S.
You are requested to find out the proper sequence of the four
sentences and mark accordingly on the Answer Sheet.
: Radio and television are the two most accessible
: Many of them are led to buy and use cosmetics and
edibles they do not need.
P : Their taste and choice have been affected by
commercial advertisements that come with sponsored
Q : The most vulnerable to the influence of this wave are
R : This is mainly because of the advertisement wave it
has created .
S : Of the two, television has greater impact.
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
S talks about the impact created by television and also
followed by R which further explains how television
has created an advertisement wave, but again the
logical sequence P talks about the vulnerable influence
of these waves on children since these kids have
become choosy after being influenced by these
commercial advertisements. P is the right concluding
support of $S_
Why we must bring some change in our criminal codes
is being explained by Q an hypothetical situation of
same crime committed by two which is being followed
by P which explains the different background or you
can track record of these offenders. A question raised
in R that what should be the punishment, should it be
equal? S asks should we stick to our old concept or,
should we go for some scientific approach which is on
The lasting impression of factory which is its size, size
is explained in option Q. Then it has been explained in
sequence P about piles of building, S talks about tower
while R explains about the gentle humming sound
coming from those buildins.
S supports the introduction while Q talks about the
unkeyed attention of people at home, P explains about
the failure of these televised entertainment which do
not have any mass excitement, R concludes that there
is no means to condition audience which can be done
in a theatre or cinema.
Q explains the standard of loving of rich and
prosperous ancient India while S talks that even
travellers from foreign land has also described about
the comforts which prevailed here, R explains about
the development which was not confined to economy
alone. P concludes the paragraph by stating that
education and culture were also developed. And it
also support the concluding lines which describes the
growth of material and social growth side by side.
P supports the introduction. Corruption is a problem.
Removal of corruption is described as a herculean task.
No one has even got the willingness to remove this. R
explains that even our legal system does not have any
solution of it. Q explains that how difficult it is to prove
that Mr. X is corrupt, while S talks that the invistigating
officer himself is corrupt and he also allows the man to
Q supports the sequence that what happened, when
the boy refused to go to school. S talks about the
anger of mother and her punishment to that boy while
R describes that the kid repeated the same prank to
surprise his mother but P explains that what went
wrong? how he died of asphyxiation
S explains about Gandhi’s attachment to punctuality
while Q states that how Abha reminded Gandhi’s of
time, showing his nickle plated watch. R further explains
that what Gandhi did? P talks about who else
accompanied Gandhi to the prayer ground
S talks about the topic on which Kennedy wrote an
essay, R describes the experience of Kennedy in
ghastly war. While Q starts an argument, that what
efforts must be made on recurrence of arms-race after
war, while P explains his logic, Kennedy’s logic is
explained in concluding lines.