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P: Anything to Do with His Parents Had Always Been Vague to Manish. Q: He Had Been Too Young to Remember Them; He Only Knew - English Language

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In the following passage consists of four/five sentences. The sentences in the passage have been jumbled up. These are labelled P, Q, R, S, and T. You are required to find out the proper sequence of the sentences and mark accordingly.

P: Anything to do with his parents had always been vague to Manish. 
Q: He had been too young to remember them; he only knew the story of the fatal weekend at the Adirondack camel and the overturned canoe. 
R: Then, as the years swept by and the tragedy faded into time, they began taking him there; and the lake again became a quiet lake in the foothills, a camping place where the three of them had a good time. 
S: Grandpa had still owned the camp a long while afterward he and Grandma hadn’t gone there.
The proper sequence should be


  • P Q R S 

  • Q R S P

  • P Q S R

  • Q P S R

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P Q S R is the correct option.

Concept: Para-jumbles (Entrance Exam)
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