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P: on the One Hand, I Want Very Much for Someone Else to Clean Our House, as Neither I Nor My Husband, Ed, Has Shown Any Aptitude for It. - 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: On the one hand, I want very much for someone else to clean our house, as neither I nor my husband, Ed, has shown any aptitude for it. 
Q: No one but me, for instance, should have to clean up the dental floss heaped up like spaghetti near the wastebasket where I toss it each night, never catching on that floss is not something that can be thrown with a high degree of accuracy. 
R: On the other hand, I’d feel guilt inflicting such distasteful drudgery on another human being.
S: Have always wanted and not wanted a cleaning person. 
The proper sequence should be


  • S P R Q

  • R Q P S

  • R P Q S

  • P Q S R

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S P R Q is the correct option.

Concept: Para-jumbles (Entrance Exam)
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