ARRANGEMENT OF SENTENCES
     R. It matched well with my new       479. 1. After the firing that evening
         pair of faded stone washed                the street that used to be full
         pants.                                    of people was completely de-
     S. Everybody had put-on new                   serted.                           1. (2)   2. (1)   3. (4)   4. (1)
         colourful clothes.                    P. Nor were any windows open.         5. (3)   6. (2)   7. (4)   8. (2)
     6. They had been polished.                Q. Suddenly, I detected a move-
                                                                                     9. (1)  10. (2)  11. (3)  12. (4)
     (1) SRPQ          (2) RPQS                    ment to my left.
                                               R. There was no trace of any hu-     13. (2)  14. (2)  15. (3)  16. (3)
     (3) SPRQ          (4) PQSR
476. 1. There was nobody in the mar-               man beings, and all doors        17. (2)  18. (1)  19. (3)  20. (3)
         ket at that time of the night.            were firmly closed.              21. (3)  22. (4)  23. (1)  24. (4)
     P. Added to that it had been rain-        S. Surprisingly, even the stray      25. (1)  26. (2)  27. (3)  28. (4)
         ing incessantly.                          dogs had disappeared.
                                                                                    29. (3)  30. (4)  31. (2)  32. (1)
     Q. The night was darker than              6. I was so frightened that I ran
                                                   for my life.                     33. (3)  34. (1)  35. (4)  36. (1)
         usual.
     R. All shops were closed.                 (1) PSQR          (2) PQRS           37. (2)  38. (4)  39. (3)  40. (3)
     S. The atmosphere was heavy.              (3) RPSQ          (4) RSPQ           41. (3)  42. (3)  43. (4)  44. (4)
     6. The stars disappeared from        480. 1. Sunita Aralikar’s story is in-    45. (2)  46. (3)  47. (1)  48. (3)
         the sky and it made the night             credible but true.               49. (3)  50. (3)  51. (3)  52. (3)
         heavier.                              P. Fortunately she was pulled
                                                                                    53. (1)  54. (1)  55. (1)  56. (4)
     (1) PQRS          (2) QPRS                    out of the tiny grave by her
                                                   maternal grandfather.            57. (2)  58. (1)  59. (4)  60. (3)
     (3) SRPQ          (4) RQPS
                                               Q. Her mother died when she          61. (2)  62. (1)  63. (3)  64. (1)
477. 1. The fame of Bacon as a cre-
         ative writer rests mainly on              was fifteen days old.            65. (1)  66. (4)  67. (2)  68. (4)
         his essays.                           R. Her grandfather decided to        69. (2)  70. (1)  71. (1)  72. (1)
     P. The term is derived from                   educate her on his own.
                                                                                    73. (2)  74. (3)  75. (1)  76. (3)
         ‘essai’.                              S. She was buried alive by her
                                                                                    77. (2)  78. (2)  79. (3)  80. (3)
     Q. It may be perhaps desirable                illiterate father the next day.
                                               6. Today Sunita is an author and     81. (3)  82. (4)  83. (2)  84. (4)
         to write something on ‘Essay’.
                                                   a well known social activist,    85. (3)  86. (4)  87. (3)  88. (1)
     R. ‘Essai’ means experiment, at-
         tempt.                                    fighting against female infan-   89. (2)  90. (2)  91. (1)  92. (4)
                                                   ticide.
     S. The essay covers an enor-                                                   93. (2)  94. (1)  95. (3)  96. (1)
                                               (1) PQRS          (2) SRQP
         mous range of composition.                                                 97. (2)  98. (1)  99. (3) 100. (3)
                                               (3) QSPR          (4) PRSQ
     6. In style the essay is often self                                           101. (3) 102. (3) 103. (2) 104. (1)
         revelatory and illustrative.     481. 1. It was my first day in college.
                                               P. They took me to their room.      105. (2) 106. (1) 107. (4) 108. (3)
     (1) PQRS          (2) QPRS
                                               Q. As I entered, two seniors ap-    109. (3) 110. (3) 111. (1) 112. (1)
     (3) RPSQ          (4) SPRQ
                                                   proached me.                    113. (2) 114. (2) 115. (4) 116. (3)
478. 1. Vinoo was to l eave for
                                               R. I was happy to follow them.      117. (4) 118. (1) 119. (2) 120. (3)
         Hyderabad by the 5 o’clock
         train.                                S. They offered to help me to lo-   121. (2) 122. (4) 123. (1) 124. (1)
                                                   cate my classroom.
     P. Quickly, both got the luggage                                              125. (2) 126. (1) 127. (1) 128. (2)
         in and the train began to             6. There they forced me to part
                                                   with my money and the wrist     129. (3) 130. (4) 131. (4) 132. (2)
         move.
                                                   watch.                          133. (2) 134. (3) 135. (1) 136. (1)
     Q. He drove to the station and
                                               (1) PRQS          (2) RPQS          137. (3) 138. (2) 139. (2) 140. (3)
         reached a few minutes before
         the train was to leave.               (3) QSRP          (4) SPQR          141. (3) 142. (1) 143. (3) 144. (1)
     R. However, Vinoo had a busy         482. 1. The teacher asked the boys
                                                                                   145. (2) 146. (2) 147. (3) 148. (4)
         schedule on that day and                  to be quiet.
                                                                                   149. (4) 150. (1) 151. (3) 152. (3)
         could leave the office only           P. The boys opened their books.
                                               Q. Suddenly there was some          153. (1) 154. (3) 155. (2) 156. (4)
         around 4:45 PM.
     S. He rushed on to the platform               noise outside.                  157. (2) 158. (3) 159. (2) 160. (3)
         and found his friend waiting          R. Then he asked them to open       161. (2) 162. (1) 163. (1) 164. (4)
         near their compartment.                   their books.                    165. (2) 166. (1) 167. (3) 168. (1)
     6. Vinoo heaved a sigh of relief          S. The teacher looked outside.
                                                                                   169. (4) 170. (3) 171. (4) 172. (1)
         and settled down to enjoy the         6. A dog had entered in the
                                                   school premises.                173. (4) 174. (3) 175. (3) 176. (1)
         journey.
                                               (1) QSRP          (2) PRSQ          177. (4) 178. (3) 179. (1) 180. (3)
     (1) PQSR          (2) RSQP
     (3) SQPR          (4) RQSP                (3) RPQS          (4) SQRP          181. (3) 182. (3) 183. (1) 184. (3)
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