English Quiz for SENTENCE RE – ARRANGEMENT
Reorganize the given six sentence in a befitting sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the below questions from that rearranged sequence.
(a) The bold announcement should allay the apprehensions of skeptics who would have assumed that Mr. Moon may be rather soft towards the North, as well as those who feared that engaging Pyongyang could alienate the U.S.
(b) The election of the moderate Moon Jae-in as South Korea’s President marks a decisive break from the bitter divisions and scandals that unsettled the country’s administrative and political equilibrium in recent months.
(c) With this, the veteran human rights lawyer struck a positive note for the kind of multilateralism required to lower tensions in the Korean peninsula.
(d) Mr. Moon won 41% of the vote; almost double that of his nearest rival.
(e) Indications of Mr. Moon’s willingness to engage with the troubling issues in the region came after he was sworn in on Wednesday, when he declared his intention to visit Pyongyang and hold discussions with Washington, Beijing and Tokyo.
(f) In the wake of the polarizing tenure of his predecessor, Park Geun-hye, who was ousted through the impeachment route, he appeared conciliatory during the election campaign, emphasizing the need to move on.
1. Which sentence comes LAST in the given arrangement?
(a) D (b) F (c) A (d) C (e) E
2. Which sentence comes THIRD in the given arrangement?
(a) F (b) B (c) C (d) A (e) E
3. Which sentence comes FIRST in the given arrangement?
(a) E (b) A (c) D (d) F (e) B
4. Which sentence comes FOURTH in the given arrangement?
(a) C (b) F (c) A (d) E (e) B
5. Which sentence comes SECOND in the given arrangement?
(a) A (b) C (c) F (d) E (e) D
A. A. Since 2006, the EC has been closely studying the gender composition of the electoral rolls.
B. It prohibits the publication of voters’ photographs in the electoral rolls, barring a small stamp size photograph in the hard copy distributed to political parties.
C. The Election Commission (EC) has to be credited for a part of that success since it has improved the conduct of elections in ways that encourage women’s participation.
D. The improvement of electoral rolls, provision of separate queues for women voters, and making the polling process secure after 1996 have gone a long way in making voting easier and safer for women.
E. In the recent years, women’s participation has caught up with the average, to the point that in the last round of elections to state assemblies, women outvoted men in 17 states.
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