Can a paragraph start with a sentence containing 'it' even when the sentence does not introduce you to the noun or pronoun that 'it' is referring to?
Like the jumbled sentences..
A. For the moment, Tanzania is one of the east Africa's few good-news stories.
B. Development economists use it as a measure.
C. That isn't saying much.
D. If Tanzania can haul itself out of poverty others can too.
E. The country remains wretchedly poor, inefficient, with little medical care in its remote areas, even in Dar es Salaam, the largest city.