Paragraph Formation - English (MCQ) for Bank, MBA, CAT, MAT, GMAT, SSC for Q. 27967

Q.  A. In fact, many city teens are also ‘friends’ with their parents on these social networking platforms.
B. While these numbers may not be same for India, an increasing number of parents in the city are signing on to social networking sites frequented by their children.
C. However, parents should know where to draw a line when it comes to communicating with the child on social network.
D. Parents should not admonish their kids for every silly status they put online.
E. Similarly, they should not step up in defence of their kid every time he/she receives any unkind comment.
F. According to a study conducted in the UK, seven in 10 parents turn to social networking platforms to communicate with their kid.

- Published on 01 Mar 17


The central idea of this paragraph is introduced in sentence F. So, F should be the first sentence.

The next sentence should be B, as it connects the idea to the Indian scenario.

B should be followed by A, as it tells about the present situation in India regarding the topic.

Here, transition word ‘however’ is used to introduce the other side if the discussion, hence, C should be the next sentence.

C should be followed by D, as C speaks about drawing a line and D describes the way Parents should limit themselves on social media.

The last sentence should be E.

The correct sequence should be “FBACDE’

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