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Ordering of Sentences: Test-6

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Question 1
S1 : My journey was to last for thirty-six hours.
S6 : In the steel trunk under the seat there was a bag containing two hundred rupees that did not belong to me.
P: Every mile of the country through which the train was running, was interesting.
Q: Yet I was not happy.
R: I had the carriage for myself.
S: The train would stop for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
A
RSPQ
B
SQPR
C
PQSR
D
RPQS
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct sequence is PQSR. P states that the train journey was interesting. Q states that the writer wasn’t happy. S states that the train stopped for breakfast, lunch and dinner. R states that he had the carriage for himself.
Question 2
S1 : Materially advertisements do us no good.
S6 : They have but one requirement that their intrusion should be conspicuous.
P: The advertisements tread closely on their heels and destroy its effect.
Q: Spiritually they are one of the worst avoidable evils.
R: Our buildings are covered with prints and pictures that distract and wear us.
S: Architects might give their designs dignity or the beauty of pattern.
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
A
RQPS
B
QRPS
C
RQSP
D
QRSP
Question 2 Explanation: 
The correct sequence is QRSP. S1 introduces advertisements as the central theme. Q tells their spiritual aspect. R tells that the buildings are covered with prints and pictures, S points out the role of architects and P tells what the advertisements do to the dignity given away by architects to them.
Question 3
S1 : All the fossil fuel that we use today came from green plants.
S6 : The income that Dr Calvin is talking about is the sun's energy which living green plants capture and store up every day.
P: 'And now we are burning it all up in just 100 or 200 years!" says Dr Calvin.
Q: We have nearly used up all our savings.
R: It took hundreds of millions of years for those plants to change into coal, oil and gas.
S: "It is time for us now to begin living on our income", says Calvin.
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
A
QSRP
B
RPQS
C
QPRS
D
RSQP
Question 3 Explanation: 
The correct sequence is RPQS. S1 introduces the main idea- fossil fuels coming from green plants. R suggests that it took hundreds of millions of years for those plants to change into coal, oil and gas. P tells that now we are burning them all and so does Q. S tells what needs to be done.
Question 4
S1 : Avintech is an export oriented unit and an established business group which is seeking expansion.
S6 : Dynamic and hard-working graduates alone can join.
P: It is one of the largest Medical Transcription Companies in Western India.
Q: It is in the city of Ahmedabad itself.
R: It offers the hottest job opportunities of the 21st century.
S: It has entered into a technical collaboration with Heartland Information Services, USA.
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
A
SQRP
B
RPSQ
C
SPQR
D
RQSP
Question 4 Explanation: 
The correct sequence is SPQR. S1 talks about Avintech- a business group. S talks about its collaboration with Heartland Information Services, USA. P talks talks about how large it is. Q tells its location and R talks about the jobs it would provide.
Question 5
S1 : All attempts to discover oxygen in the atmosphere of Mars have been unsuccessful.
S6 : The present scanty supply of oxygen does not seem to be adequate to maintain life on Mars.
P: The red colour is suggestive of rock that have been completely oxidized.
Q: It appears probable that Mars may be a planet where weathering of rock followed by their oxidation has resulted in almost complete depletion of oxygen from the atmosphere.
R: Indirect evidence of its existence is provided by the red colour of Mars.
S: It is believed that the amount of oxygen is not more than one-thousandth part of the amount in the Earth's atmosphere
Which one of the following is the correct sequence?
A
PRSQ
B
SRPQ
C
SQRP
D
RSPQ
Question 5 Explanation: 
The correct sequence is SRPQ. S1 talks about the failure of the attempts to discover oxygen in the atmosphere of Mars. S talks about the amount of oxygen present there, R talks about the indirect evidence of this. P talks more about the red color of mars as mentioned in R. Q provides a reason for this.
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