# 7th Class English Judging Logic of Actions Question Bank

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 Arrange P, Q, R and S in order to find the correct logical sequence of actions. P. The Inscription was: GREED IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL REMEMBER THIS AND YOU WILL BE A BETTER MAN. Q. The Arab felt sure that there was a great treasure hidden beneath it and worked mightily to turn it over. R. He succeeded after several hours. But there was no treasure there, only an inscription on the underside of the rock. S. An Arab while crossing a desert came across a huge rock half buried in the sand. Scrawled on the boulder was this inscription: TURN ME OVER AND OU WILL BENEFIT FROM IT. Select your answer from the given choices.

A) PRSQ

B) SQRP

C) PSQR

D) SROP

E) None of these

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 Arrange P, Q, R and S in order to find the correct logical sequence of actions. P. They scrambled to their feet when they saw him. "You've set us an impossible task, sir," said the oldest of the disciples. "It's just not possible to fill a sieve with full of water." "Are you sure?" asked the Teacher, picking up the sieve. Q. The sage gave them a sieve and asked them to fill it with water from the sea, nearby. His disciples didn't return back for some time. Finally he went down to the beach to see what they were doing, and found them seated morosely around the sieve. R. The Teacher had given a discourse on creative thinking. Afterwards his disciples approached him and asked him to set them a problem that required them to think creatively. S. "Sometimes it helps to step back and view the problem from a different angle." He waded into the whaler and threw the sieve far out into the sea. It sank. "There!" said the Teacher. "It's full of water now." Select your answer from the given choices.

A) RPSQ

B) SQRP

C) RSQP

D) RQPS

E) None of these

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 Arrange P, Q, R, S in order to find the correct logical sequence of actions P. Gopal Bhar, who was passing by at that time, asked him why he was breaking the pots. When he learnt the reason from the poor man he picked up a stick and started beating the air with it. "What are you doing?!" asked his neighbour, puzzled. "Driving away your cows!" said Gopal. "They've eaten the cucumbers in my garden." "Eaten you cucumbers!" exclaimed the other man, indignantly. Q. "How dare you suggest such a thing?" "But we would have milk to spare," said his wife. "We'll sell it!" said her husband. "I don't want any more talk on the subject and to make sure you don't carry milk to her when I?m away, I?m going to break every pot in the house!" And picking up the four or five pots they had, smashed them on the floor. R. "But you don?t even have a garden!" "I'm going to have one soon," said Gopal, "and I'm going to grow cucumbers in it," and he began hitting out with the stick again. The neighbours finally realized that Bhar was trying to show them how foolish it was to live in a world of make-believe and felt ashamed of themselves. S. Gopal Bhar lived next door to a poor couple who had a habit of day-dreaming One day the husband said to his wife: "If I had some money I would buy a few cows." "Then we would have a lot of milk," said his wife "I could make plenty of butter ghee and we could send some milk to my sister too." "Send milk to your sister!" exclaimed her husband. Select your answer from the given choices.

A) PRSQ

B) SQPR

C) PSQR

D) SRQP

E) None of these

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 Arrange P, Q, R and S in order to find the correct logical sequence of actions. P. Intrigued, the prince picked up the first doll and put the string into the car. It came out from the other ear. “This is one type of person,” said the man. “Whatever you tell him comes out from the other ear. He doesn’t retain anything.” The prince put the string into the second doll. It came out from the mouth. “This is the second type of person,” said the man. Q. “Whatever you tell him, he tells everybody else,” The prince picked up the third doll and repeated the process. The string did not reappear from anywhere else. “This is the third type of person,” said the man. “Whatever you tell him is locked up within him. It never comes out.” “What is the best type of person?” asked the prince. The man handed him a fourth doll, in answer. R. A sage presented a prince with a set of three small dolls. The prince was not amused. “Am I a girl that you give me dolls?” he asked. “This is a gift for a future king,” said the man. “If you look carefully, you’ll see a hole in the ear of each doll.” “So?” The sage handed him a piece of string. “Pass it through each doll,” he said. S. When the prince put the string into the doll, it came out of the other ear. “Do it again,” said the sage. The prince repeated the process. This time the string came out form the mouth. When he put the string in a third time, it did not come out at all. “This is the best type of person,” said the sage. “To be trustworthy, a man must know when not to listen, when to remain silent and when to speak out.” Select your answer form the given choices.

A) PRSQ

B) RPQS

C) RSQP

D) SRQP

E) None of these

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