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.


31. 1.   Newton’s head was so full of ideas that he was often quite lost in his thoughts.
      P.   For a long time his guests waited for him to return.
      Q.   Soon the wine, the dinner and the guests were all forgotten.
      R.   Once, when he was entertaining some guests, he went out of the room to fetch some wine.
      S.   On his way to the wine cellar he passed his work table.
      6.   They searched and found him hard at work in his study.

  1. SQRP
  2. RSQP
  3. QPSR
  4. PSRQ


32. 1.   Socrates
      P.   never to make
      Q.   a great Greek Philosopher
      R.   and had resolved
      S.   tried hard to control himself
      6.   a show of his temper.

  1. SRPQ
  2. QSRP
  3. QSPR
  4. PQRS


33. 1.   Life was
      P.   had a way of leaving
      Q.   interests that Ross
      R.   the work for his examinations
      S.   so full of other
      6.   to the last minute.

  1. PRQS
  2. SQPR
  3. RQSP
  4. SRQP


34. 1.   Most editors
      P.   set aside pages or columns
      Q.   of magazines and newspapers
      R.   on events of the day
      S.   for letters of comment
      6.   or on articles in the publication.

  1. PQRS
  2. QPSR
  3. QPRS
  4. RPQS


35. 1.   My aunt and mother
      P.   to buy sweet-sour candies
      Q.   just to get
      R.   give us money
      S.   rid of us
      6.   in the afternoon.

  1. PQRS
  2. RPQS
  3. QRPS
  4. SRPQ


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