Reorder Paragraphs – It requires test takers to be familiar with the organization and cohesion of academic texts and arrange text in a single correct order.
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Pearson English Test – Reorder Paragraphs
- Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #1
[A]. This is now orthodoxy to which I subscribe— up to a point.
[B]. It emerged from the mathematics of chance and statistics.
[C]. Therefore the risk is measurable and manageable.
[D]. The fundamental concept: Prices are not predictable, but the mathematical laws of chance can describe their fluctuations.
[E]. This is how what business schools now call modern finance was born.
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- Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #2
[A]. With the passage of time, vices become more apparent and virtues become objects of jealousy and envy, thereby causing contempt and hatred in the hearts of each other.
[B]. They become familiar with not only strengths but also weaknesses of each other’s characters.
[C]. Generally people think that familiarity should breed love, mutual understanding and tolerance.
[D]. They expect that coming together of two persons should bring them closer and forge the bond of kinship between them.
[E]. But when two persons come closer, they come to know not only strengths but also weaknesses of each other’s character.
- Re-order / Rearrange the sentence in such a way that make sense. #3
[A]. This very insatiability of the photographing eye changes the terms of confinement in the cave, our world.
[B]. Humankind lingers unregenerately in Plato’s cave, still revelling, its age-old habit, in mere images of truth.
[C]. But being educated by photographs is not like being educated by older images drawn by hand; for one thing, there are a great many more images around, claiming our attention.
[D]. The inventory started in 1939 and since then just about everything has been photographed, or so it seems.
[E]. In teaching us a new visual code, photographs alter and enlarge our notions of what is worth looking at and what we have a right to observe.
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