Rearrange the P, Q, R, S to produce the correct sentence :
Everyone know that- P: it is difficult Q: to speak more politely R: to go to the manager S: and tell him that he ought.
Passage consists of six sentences. The first and the sixth sentences are given in the beginning. The middle four sentences in each have been jumbled up.
S₁ : The secret of the successful lecturer and one or two friends of mine, I regret to say, are very successful is that he takes delight in his own voice.
S₆ : His tone of voice, his grimaces, his whole appearance, what are they doing but indicating plainly the folly of lecturing?
P : His mouth waters at the thought of his opening sentence and by the time he has delivered that sentences he has communicated something of his pleasure to the listeners.
Q : Just as the young Gargantua would fall into an ecstasy at the sound of flagons, so the successful lecturer thrills with pleasure at the sound of himself.
R : In the same way, the lecturer, the awkward, scowling, croaking fellow, communicates his distaste for the business.
S : He is so obviously himself that they cannot help enjoying him too.
The proper sequence should be :
a) P S R Q
b) R Q P S
c) Q R P S
d) Q P S R