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Arrange the parts P,Q,R,S to form a complete and meaningful sentence-
Based firmly on current lexical and learning theory not only to present and to explain words(P) “English vocabulary in use” aims (Q) and to help them work out the rules themselves (R) but also to show students how to use them (S)
The correct sequence should be :

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Hint: For such types of questions, read the given sentence carefully and make out the meaning of the sentence. Try finding the subject and predicate of the sentence as well.

Complete answer:
There are four different parts given in the question, we have to join them in such a manner that it makes sense, and is meaningful. Try to recognize the core of the sentence, and then arrange the jumbled parts respectively. Find the object, subject, and predicate of the sentence as well.
Now, let us examine all the given options to find out the correct answer :
Option ‘a’ is QPRS. This cannot be the correct answer as it is not forming a meaningful sentence when joined.
Option ‘b’ is QPSR. When these four phrases are joined, they make a complete, meaningful sentence, when joined. The complete formation of QPSR would be – “English vocabulary in use” aims not only to present and to explain words but also to show students how to use them and to help them word out the rules themselves.
Option ‘c’ is RQPS. This option is not the correct option as it won’t make any sense when joined with the given phrase. The phrases would still be jumbled in this form.
Option ‘d’ is PSQR. This is also an incorrect option as all these four parts would be illogical when joined like this.
As we have analyzed all the given options, we can easily figure out the correct option. Here, the correct formation would be – QPSR. Hence, the correct option would be option ‘b’.

In such questions, check all the four options, because you don’t know which one will fit the best. This way, it would be easier for you to solve these. As these questions don’t have a specific rule to solve them.