6th Class English Judging Logic of Actions Question Bank

done Judging Logic of Action

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    Arrange A, B, C and D in order to logically find out the correct order of actions:
    A: Nobody comes to purchase kites from Mahmood. He has become poorer and poorer People see him with indifference like the banyan tree.
    B: Mahmood had many patrons and people had leisurely days. Open spaces were available for kite flying. Even the Nawab would participate in the noble sport of kite-flying. People used to visit Mahmood's house to ask about his health,
    C: Mahmood was a popular kite-maker. When he was young, he was well-know n for his art of kite making. He was a famous kite-maker and he lived a very happy life. Even the Nawab purchased his kites and paid him much money
    D: But the age of Nawab has gone. People are busy struggling for their living in
    this fast competitive world. They have no spare time to fly kites.
    Select the correct answer from the given options.

    A) ACDB

    B) DCAB

    C) CBDA

    D) BACD

    E) None of these

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    Arrange A, B, C and D in order to logically find out the correct order of actions:
    A: I immediately hired a cable connecting Paris to London. I arranged with the French authorities to give me a sealed copy of the speech. I promised not to open it until the emperor should start speaking.
    B: Now, time has changed. People are more interested in the general news rather than in the business news. I went to every editor of London newspapers but got a lukewarm response.
    C: My chance of establishing my reputation came soon. The whole world was looking at France. The danger of a war between France and Austria was quite real. The French Emperor Nepoleon III was going to make a speech in the French Parliament.
    D: When the emperor rose in the French Parliament, a signal was flashed to me and I opened the package and started telegraphing it to my subscribers. It was the first instant news of a distant happening. It was a sensational 'scoop that
    made me the unquestioned king of the news.
    Select the correct answer from the given options.

    A) BCAD

    B) ABCD

    C) ADCB

    D) CADB

    E) None of these

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    Arrange A, B, C and D in order to logically find out the correct order of actions:
    A: One winter morning I left the Riding Club. I was riding on bay colt that Sam Babcock had sold me. When I was riding through 'East Fifty-eight street, my horse fell with me.
    B: Actually, it was shock of my life. I ahvays assumed that others were brittle. I was constructed in such a manner that I could?nt be damaged.
    C: But I found later that one of my toes had been bent. I tried to straighten it out but couldn't. It was not only an inconvenience to me but also a great surprise.
    D: Not only did the stupid animal fall but he also landed on my foot. I pulled my foot out from under the horse. I got the horse up and rode again.
    Select the correct answer from the given options.

    A) BADC

    B) ADCB

    C) ACDB

    D) BCDA

    E) None of these

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    Arrange A, B, C and D in order to logically find out the correct order of actions:
    A: It was a hot summer day I came out to fill a pitcher with water. When I came near the water-trough I found a snake resting his throat at the trough stone.
    B: It was a long and golden brown snake. Such snakes are very poisonous. The voice of my human education demanded that I must kill him at once.
    C: The snake was innocent and harmless. I regretted at my vulgar and mean act. I developed a feeling of pity and fancy for him. It was difficult to explain my strange love even for such creature. But I decided to repent for my action.
    D: But I must confess that I developed a fancy for the snake. It was sipping water patiently. It departed peacefully and pacified. But before it could disappear into a fissure in the earth wall, I threw a log of wood at him. It did not hit him. He
    withdrew into the hole and disappeared.
    Select the correct answer from the given options.

    A) ABDC

    B) DABC

    C) ABCD

    D) CABD

    E) None of these

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