Directions (1 - 5) : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph.

(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.

(B) But he look no notice of him.

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.

(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
1
Which sentence should come FOURTH in the paragraph ?
» Explain it
B
The correct sequence is CADBE so the fourth sentence after rearrangement is (B). 

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Common Explanation:

(A)
 Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
2
Which sentence should come LAST in the paragraph ?
» Explain it
E
The correct sequence is CADBE so the last sentence after rearrangement is (E). 

Option E is hence the correct answer.

Common Explanation:

(A)
 Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
3
Which sentence should come FIRST in the paragraph ?
» Explain it
B
The correct sequence is CADBE so the first sentence after rearrangement is (C). 

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Common Explanation:

(A)
 Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.

4
Which sentence should come THIRD in the paragraph ?
» Explain it
B
The correct sequence is CADBE so the third sentence after rearrangement is (D). 

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Common Explanation:

(A)
 Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.

5
Which sentence should comes SECOND in the paragraph ?
» Explain it
A
The correct sequence is CADBE so the second sentence after rearrangement is (A). 

Option B is hence the correct answer.

Common Explanation:

(A)
 Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.
 
 
(B) But he took no notice of him.
 
(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
 
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.
 
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.
 
The top three sentences in sequence must be as follows:

(C) A lot of work had to be finished that day.
(A) Jagadeesan was therefore busy the whole day.
(D) His peon reminded him that he had not eaten.

Now, only sentences (B) and (E) are remaining and it's obvious that sentence (B) would come ahead of sentence (E). 

Therefore, the 4th sentence after rearrangement will be (B) and sentence (E) will come in the end.

(B) But he took no notice of him.
(E) By evening, he began to feel very hungry.

The proper sequence of sentences will be CADBE.


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