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Question 1.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . O-nami was very strong and knew the aft of wrestling. In his private spells he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so timid that his own pupils defeated him.



B . The teacher advised him saying “Your name means Great Waves, imagine that you are huge waves sweeping everything before you, wallowing everything in your path. Do this and you will be the greatest wrestler in the country.”



C . O-nami soon registered for a wrestling match and won. After that, no one in Japan was able to defeat him.



D . In the early days of the Meiji era there lived awell – known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves.



E . In the days that followed, O-nami meditated on the advice given by the Zen master.



F . O-nami felt he should go to a Zen master for help. He approached Hakuju a wandering teacher and told him of his great trouble.



Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    E
  2.    B
  3.    D
  4.    C
  5.    F
Answer: Option C

Question 2.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . O-nami was very strong and knew the aft of wrestling. In his private spells he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so timid that his own pupils defeated him.



B . The teacher advised him saying “Your name means Great Waves, imagine that you are huge waves sweeping everything before you, wallowing everything in your path. Do this and you will be the greatest wrestler in the country.”



C . O-nami soon registered for a wrestling match and won. After that, no one in Japan was able to defeat him.



D . In the early days of the Meiji era there lived awell – known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves.



E . In the days that followed, O-nami meditated on the advice given by the Zen master.



F . O-nami felt he should go to a Zen master for help. He approached Hakuju a wandering teacher and told him of his great trouble.



Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    A
  2.    D
  3.    F
  4.    B
  5.    E
Answer: Option A

Question 3.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . One day the landlord came to collect the rent from Raman.



B . “Oh. I’m not worried about the hymns," said Raman. “But what if it decided to kneel down and worship him?



C . Raman once lived in a rented house.



D . “Don’t let that worry you, “said the landlord, airily, “Those noises are nothing but the praises the old building is singing to the Almighty."



E . The building was old and whenever there was a strong wind, its rafters would creak and squeak.



F . Raman took the opportunity to tell him about the alarming noises that the building was making.



Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    C
  2.    D
  3.    F
  4.    A
  5.    E
Answer: Option A

Question 4.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . O-nami was very strong and knew the aft of wrestling. In his private spells he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so timid that his own pupils defeated him.



B . The teacher advised him saying “Your name means Great Waves, imagine that you are huge waves sweeping everything before you, wallowing everything in your path. Do this and you will be the greatest wrestler in the country.”



C . O-nami soon registered for a wrestling match and won. After that, no one in Japan was able to defeat him.



D . In the early days of the Meiji era there lived awell – known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves.



E . In the days that followed, O-nami meditated on the advice given by the Zen master.



F . O-nami felt he should go to a Zen master for help. He approached Hakuju a wandering teacher and told him of his great trouble.



Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after the rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    A
  2.    D
  3.    F
  4.    E
  5.    C
Answer: Option E

Question 5.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . O-nami was very strong and knew the aft of wrestling. In his private spells he defeated even his teacher, but in public he was so timid that his own pupils defeated him.



B . The teacher advised him saying “Your name means Great Waves, imagine that you are huge waves sweeping everything before you, wallowing everything in your path. Do this and you will be the greatest wrestler in the country.”



C . O-nami soon registered for a wrestling match and won. After that, no one in Japan was able to defeat him.



D . In the early days of the Meiji era there lived awell – known wrestler called O-nami, Great Waves.



E . In the days that followed, O-nami meditated on the advice given by the Zen master.



F . O-nami felt he should go to a Zen master for help. He approached Hakuju a wandering teacher and told him of his great trouble.



hich of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    D
  2.    F
  3.    B
  4.    E
  5.    C
Answer: Option C

Question 6.

In each of the following questions five or six sentences are given. These are labelled as A, B, C, D, E and F. Rearrange these sentences in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.



A . One day, one of the heads found a jar of nectar and decided to taste it.



B . Enraged, the other neck soon found a. far of poison and consumed it.



C . The first neck, however, refused to let the second neck have it.



D . The poison reached the common stomach and both the necks perished.



E . Once upon a time there lied a special kind of bird which had two necks and shared a common stomach.



F . On seeing this, the other head also wanted to taste the nectar.



Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

Options:
  1.    A
  2.    B
  3.    C
  4.    D
  5.    F
Answer: Option E