ACT Aspire English: Determining the Most Logical Order for Sentences

Which of the following is the most logical sequence of sentences in Paragraph 3?

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right over Try to bargain with enrollment Old man's in

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your register That's one to the attorney general has to

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send five hundred federal marshals Bringing arrived about two people

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dead are tense Three The day meredith point camps to

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enroll a riot broke out one group two thousand repose

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You tend to get a lot of america And four

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after order was restored on campus meredith was able to

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register for classes All right let's think about this We'll

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certainly four Feels pretty good at the end there right

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Because that's after the order was restored We can probably

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get rid of a and b right off the bat

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and just kind of focused on the sea and the

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there Well good way to handle these sentence ordering questions

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is just a quickly summarized sentence And since we're dealing

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with a history passage no it makes the most sense

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for paragraph read organized the events in chronological order Well

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first the governor reluctantly agreed Toe let meredith register right

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That's one and then writes broke out when he went

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to enroll That's three that's going to be brought up

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Then the government had to send in troops so that

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we two and then finally meredith could complete his enrollment

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after things settled down So the order should be one

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three to four And that's it This or describes a

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story that's simple and straightforward Simple as one three to

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four All right let it say we're done days and 00:01:40.203 --> [endTime] then how most number lines get numbered