Direction: In each of the following questions, choose the most appropriate sequence of sentences from the given choices.
(i) That is, they cannot expect to be understood if they refer to a canine mammal as a god instead of a dog. (ii) A simple example, like the difference between I had stolen my car and I had my cart stolen, illustrates how crucial syntax is in English. (iii) English speakers have more options with respect to syntax than they do with respect to phonology or morphology. (iv) Syntax is the arrangement of words into phrases, clauses and sentences; loosely speaking , it is word order. (v) But they do have the option of saying either I like dogs or Dogs I like.