PARAJUMBLES : The following paragraphs are made of sentences which are jumbled. Can you unjumble these paragraphs and sort the sentences in their proper order?

1)
A. From America’s perspective this was a big concession.

B. And in the past year its readiness to pay a growing price for its determination to press on with enrichment and so master the entire nuclear-fuel cycle has inevitably added to suspicion of its intentions.

C. Part of that price has been losing the diplomatic protection that Russia and China had previously given it in the Security Council.

D. And yet, for one reason or another, Iran did not bite.


1) DBCA
2) DBCA
3) ADBC
4) CABD
5) BCAD

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2)
A. By the 1960s fewer than 70,000 black rhinos were left in Africa, and over the next two decades poachers wipe out 96% of them.

B. They were slaughtered on a large scale, mainly by white hunters, in the 19th and 20th centuries.

C. Only five species of rhino survive, in Africa and Asia.

D. Yet poaching and illegal trading are rife in Zimbabwe and Congo.

E. But since 1995, thanks to vigorous conservation efforts, the number of black rhinos has gone up again, to around 3,700.


1) CDABE
2) ADCBE
3) EBDAC
4) CBAED
5) ABDCE

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3)
A. But producers were pumping flat out, leaving little spare capacity.

B. When neither fear materialized and stocks continued to climb, the price quickly subsided.

C. When oil prices last approached $80 a barrel, a year ago, pundits put it down to the “Fear Factor”.

D. A nasty hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico or a political storm over Iran would, the theory ran, create a shortfall.

E. Oil was not in short supply and stocks were increasing.


1) BDACE
2) CEADB
3) ACBDE
4) DBACE
5) CDBAE

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4)
A. The Solent is a broad channel that is 25 miles long and up to five miles wide.

B. Separating Wight from the southern mainland coast of Hampshire,

C. It displays artifacts of nomadic hunting parties dating back perhaps 35,000-50,000 years ago.

D. For generations now, people have flocked to the pretty island.

E. To see The Solent, visit the Tourist Information Center in Newport, where a modest admission is charged.


1) CABDE
2) BACDE
3) AECDB
4) BAECD
5) DCABE

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