Directions(Q. 1–5): The 1st and the last parts of the sentence are numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the sentence is split into four parts and named P. Q, R and S. These four parts are not given in their proper order. Read the sentence and find out which of the four combinations is correct. Then find the correct answer.

1.. 1. Can any one

P. falsehood triumph

Q. and let

R. for a long time

S. Suppress truth

6. permanently ?

 

RQSP

QPRS

SRQP

PRQS

2. 1. And then word

P. came from inside

Q. meet the released civilians

R. that after all

S. the press could

6. but fleetingly.

RSQP

SRPQ

PRSQ

RPQS

3. 1. The man

P. and no one passing him in the street

Q. was singularly inconspicuous

R. who was called Alfred Nobel

S. would have given him

6. another look.

RQPS

QPSR

PSQR

SPRQ

4. 1. In paliopathology

P. would be to obtain

Q. the fundamental objective

R. background information

S. as much

6. on the skeleton as possible.

PRQS

RPSQ

QPSR

SRQP

5. 1. Generally speaking,

P. for me by those who have invited me or

Q. follow programmes that have been worked Out

R. who offer themselves as guides and usually in such cases

S. the journeys that I undertake for the purpose of publicity

6. I find the things I have to do wearisome.

RPQS

SQPR

QRPS

PRSQ

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