Option - PRSQ
The passage here gives us some information about the NRC. SO we start the passage with the subject itself and then move towards the sentence which mentions its abbreviation and tells us what it actually. According to the rule, the full form comes first followed by the sentence that gives the short form.
Next, we move towards sentence R which states why the NRC had taken the step that is mentioned in the previous sentence. This gives is the rule of action and impact.
Next we bring sentence S which shows the popularity of the NRC and last sentence Q which describes how the popularity or acceptance of the NRC is being introduced in the country.
Final Passage - The National Register of Citizens is abbreviated as NRC. The National Register of Citizens (NRC) is a database of Assamese people that is used to identify genuine residents and deport illegal migrants in the northeastern state that borders Bangladesh.So far, this has been a state-specific effort to preserve ethnic diversity.However, there has been an increasing demand for its nationwide deployment since its implementation.Many top BJP leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, have recommended that the NRC be adopted across India.It effectively proposes that the government introduce legislation that will allow the government to identify infiltrators who have been living in India illegally, imprison them, and eventually deport them back to their home countries.
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Answer - PRSQ
The passage here gives us an insight into water and its characteristics.
So we start off with the first sentence which is first followed by sentence P that justifies the previous sentence which talks about the nature and how it can actually be classified.
Next we bring sentence R into context which starts with an example of how the quality of water can actually be classified. Next, R is followed by sentence S explaining why water quality standard is important and here the important reason is continued in sentence Q.
Passage - Although pure water is uncommon in nature (because to water's strong desire to dissolve other things), the classification of water quality (i.e., clean or polluted) is determined by the water's intended purpose.For instance, water that is safe for swimming and fishing may not be safe for drinking or cooking.Water quality standards (limits on the quantity of pollutants allowed in water intended for a specific application) establish a legal foundation for preventing all sorts of water pollution. Limits on the levels of specific pollutants allowed in potable water provided to houses for domestic use are included in drinking-water standards.
Answer - QPSR
The passage here is about caffeine and its properties. So we start the passage with sentence 1 followed by sentence Q first because after introducing the subject the main part is describing what it actually is and its most important feature. This is clearly stated in sentence Q.
Next we move towards sentence P which tells us what happens when human intake caffeine. P is a continuation of because the mention of human brain was first done in Q and then in P.
Moving forward, we take sentence S next which states how actually cell activation is supressed. The method is described in S and finally R comes next, which introduces the receptors and neuronal membranes which is talked about in sentence 2 or the last sentence.
Passage - The stimulant in coffee, caffeine, has been dubbed "the most extensively used psychoactive chemical on the planet."Caffeine, according to Synder, Daly, and Bruns, impacts behaviour by inhibiting the function of a naturally occurring molecule called adenosine in the human brain.
In numerous parts of the brain, adenosine suppresses cell activation.This is thought to be accomplished by preventing the release of neurotransmitters, which are substances that convey nerve signals from one neuron to the next. Adenosine, like many other neuron-firing modulators, must first bind to particular receptors on neuronal membranes.There are at least two types of these receptors, known as A1 and A2.
Answer - SRQP
The passage is about managers. So we start with sentence 1 and then head towards sentence S because it acts as a continuation of the features or traits mentioned in sentence 1. Once this is completed we move towards R which acts as another part of continuation of the same sentence.So, SR acts as the linking sentences.
Then we use sentence Q next which begins a new sentence and uses the conjunction rather, to reflect a contrasting situation in terms of managers. This is finally followed by P which describes what these managers 'rely' upon.
Passage - The majority of successful senior managers do not strictly adhere to the classical rational model of defining goals, assessing the situation, creating options, estimating likelihoods of success, making a decision, and then taking action to put the decision into action.Rather, in their day-to-day tactical operations, these top executives rely on "intuition" to manage a network of interconnected challenges that demand them to deal with ambiguity, inconsistency, novelty, and surprise, as well as to incorporate action into the thinking process.
Answer - QPRS
The passage here is about animal embryo. So we start the passage with sentence 1 and follow it with sentence Q first. Q comes first because it acts as a continuation of sentence 1 where 1 ends with 'dividing' and Q states into two parts. Hence Q becomes the first part of the passage. Then we use sentence P because it starts with the determinant 'this led them' and it means here that the division of embryo and forming two normal embryos had an impact on the early embryo cells. So Q because the action and P becomes the impact. Hence QP are linked.
Next we use sentence R as it again is a continuation of P which states that each of the embryo cells has the capacity to develop in different way. So the use of subject and characteristic link is established here. Finally we have sentence S which is a new sentence and describes what was not that straightforwards as mentioned in the previous sentence.
Passage - Biologists discovered over a century ago that dividing an invertebrate animal embryo into two parts at an early period of its existence allowed it to live and develop as two normal embryos.This led them to assume that the early embryo's cells are indeterminate, in the sense that each cell has the capacity to develop in a variety of ways.Later scientists discovered that the situation was not as straightforward.It makes a difference the way the embryo is cut.
It will not create two complete embryos if cut in a plane other than the one utilised by the early investigators.
Answer - RPSQ
The passage here is about the urban Black population workers. So we start with sentence 1 and then use sentence R next. The reason is that in 1 we introduce the subject (noun) and then in R we address the subject as 'Some of them'. So we have a noun pronoun relation established here.
Next we use sentence P because the previous sentence R talked about some of them while P talks about the remaining of them. Hence we use P next. The next that comes in line is sentence S as it gives us more information about the nature of work that the more urbanized population of the workers as mentioned in P, would take up. Finally we have Q which talks about the wages in the South and then the last sentence completes the passage.
Passage - In the South, around 35% of the urban Black population worked in skilled trades. Some were from the ancient slave artisan class—blacksmiths, masons, and carpenters—who had a monopoly on specific skills but were being forced out by competition, mechanisation, and obsolescence.The remaining 65 percent, who had lately become more urbanised, worked in newly created industries such as tobacco, lumber, coal, and iron production, as well as railroads.Wages in the South, on the other hand, were low, and Black workers were aware that they could earn more even as unskilled employees in the North than they could as artisans in the South, thanks to labour recruiters and the Black press.
Answer - QRPS
The passage here is about an extravagant or wealthy man. So the first sentence here is followed by sentence Q which uses 'his' to address the man (noun) in the first sentence and talks about being careful with the money. So we use noun pronoun relation. For the next sentence we use R with introduces the wealthy man to us and then is followed by P which gives us a characteristic of the wealthy man using another noun-pronoun relation. Finally we have S which talks about the paradox of being careful with his money and the reason is stated in the last sentence.
Passage - An interesting fact is that an extravagant man is either revered or despised depending on his status in life. By being careful with his money, a successful businessman does nothing to boost his popularity.A wealthy person is supposed to live a sumptuous lifestyle and to lavish his hospitality.If he isn't, he will be perceived as cruel, and his corporate reputation may suffer as a result. The paradox remains that he would never have earned his current wealth if he had not been careful with his money in the first place.
Answer - RQPS
The passage is here about Prabhakarn, a 12 year old boy.
So the first sentence is followed by R which tells us where Prabhakaran is studying and the subject. Then we use sentence Q which informs us that he was a good student and was loved by his teacher. SO first we introduce his learning and then his traits. So we move from general to specific information.
This is then followed by P which now talks about the teacher, the second subject and his characteristics are mentioned in the next sentence (S).
Passage - Prabhakaran was a twelve-year-old boy.He was studying Sanskrit at his teacher's place. Prabhakaran was a good student who was well loved by his teacher.
The teacher, on the other hand, did not express any sympathy for the youngster.
Rather, he was harsher with him. Prabhakaran was not paying attention in class one day.
This enraged the teacher. He mercilessly thrashed him. Prabhakaran sobbed for a long time.
Answer - SPRQ
The passage begins with explaining what an inclusion sector is believed to be and its characteristics are continued in sentence S which comes to be the first sentence in arrangement, Then we use P which starts a new sentence with 'there' and talks about the existence of wealthy people and their difficulty in using financial services.
Then we head towards R which introduces another subject, high branch density, and since it uses the phrase 'at the same time' it becomes the start of a new sentence. Finally we use sentence Q which acts as a continuation of R and talks about the features of a metropolitan market.
Passage - Contrary to popular belief, the inclusion sector is not a homogeneous, destitute mass, and it is critical to understand its diversity in order to find the correct target customers for various programmes. There are some wealthy persons in rural areas who do not use financial services because they are difficult to obtain or have a poor perceived value.At the same time, while having a high branch density, metropolitan markets have a large number of low-wage earners who are not connected to the financial system. Furthermore, bank branch hours rarely correspond with the working class's off-work hours.
Answer - RSPQ
The passage here talks about two subjects - Sheela and Jairam. the next sentence that we use is R which firstly uses 'they' to introduce the relation with the subjects and then informs us about their possession - a cow.
Then we head towards sentence S which tells us about a time when Jairam fell ill and is followed by P which tells us that to treat him, they spent all their money. Finally we use Q which says that in the end Sheela decided to sell the cow to cover the remaining cost.
Passage - Sheela and Jairam were an elderly couple in need. The only thing they had was a cow. Jairam became ill at one point. Soon, all of their money had been spent on medicines, and they realised they would have to sell their cow to cover the remaining costs. Sheela made the decision to sell the cow at the market. She set off, tying a rope around the cow's neck.
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