Direction Q1- Q10 : Arrange the sentences A, B, C and D in a proper sequence so as to make a coherent paragraph.
A. He was carrying his jacket and walked with his head thrown back.
B. As Anette neared the lamp, she saw a figure walking slowly.
C. For a while Michael walked on and she followed 20 paces behind.
D. With a mixture of terror and triumph of recognition, she slackened her pace.
A. However, the real challenge today is in unlearning which is much harder.
B. But the new world of business behaves differently from the world in which we grew up.
C. Learning is important for both people and organization.
D. Each of us has mental model that we’ve used over the years to make sense.
A. There was nothing quite like a heavy downpour of rain to make life worthwhile.
B. We reached the field, soaked to the skin, and surrounded it.
C. The wet as far as he was concerned was ideal.
D. There, sure enough, stood Claudius, looking like a debauched Roman emperor under a shower.
A. Alex had never been happy with his Indian origins.
B. He set about rectifying this grave injustice by making his house in his own image of a country
C. Fate had been unfair to him; if he had his wish, he would have been a court or an Earl on some
English estate, or a medieval monarch in a chateau in France.
D. This illusion of misplaced grandeur, his wife felt, would be Alex undoing.
A. The influence is reflected the most in beaded evening wear.
B. Increasingly the influence of India’s colour and cuts can be seen on western styles.
C. And even as Nehre Jackets and Jodhpur’s remain staples of the fashion world, designers such as
Armani and Mc Fadden have turned to the sleek silhouette of the churidar this year.
D. Indian hot pink, paprika and saffron continue to be popular colors, year in and year out.