1. S1: I had halted on the road. P : As soon as I saw the elephant I knew I should not shoot him. Q : It is a serious matter to shoot a working elephant. R : I knew that his 'must' was already passing off. S : The elephant was standing 8 yards from the road. S6: I decided to watch him for a while and then go home. The Proper sequence should be:





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