In the following questions, the 1st and the last sentences are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence/ passage is split into four parts and named P, Q, R, and S. These four sentences / parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence / passage and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer.
Click on the options to check whether it is right or wrong.
26. 1. The Indian hockey players
P. have refused
Q. the training camp
R. to attend
S. and have gone
6. on an indefinite strike.
27. 1. Though things are
P. slowly fading away
Q. looking a little brighter
R. and recession is
S. the job market still remains
6. a little volatile.
28. 1. Inherited $3000, but it was not sufficient to start a zoo.
P. I discovered that most dealers would cram twenty creatures into a cage.
Q. So I decided to become an animal collector for zoos.
R. If they survived, they increased the price of the survivors.
S. But it proved to be a short lived career.
6. My cages were spacious and the animals well looked after: so I lost all my money.
29. 1. It was not the sort of prize one could carry home at short notice.
P. However they could make an exception in my case.
Q. He pointed at a notice that winners had to remove their prizes immediately.
R. they agreed to keep the engine at the grounds for a few days.
S. So I asked the showman if he could help me to transport it.
6. Then I would have to make my own arrangements to take it out.
30. 1. One day at school, Newton was kicked by a bigger boy from a higher class.
P. He also decided to beat him at lessons, and this made him study harder.
Q. So he turned on the bigger boy and gave him a good beating.
R. The kicking made Newton very angry.
S. After that he improved in his studies.
6. Perhaps the big boy who kicked Newton did a service to the world.