Add Text to the left of a group radio buttons HTML5

How do I add  text to the left of a group of radio buttons?  See the optionGroup class in my attached files.
The text I would like to add is:  
Select a rating          
   5 -  excellent, 4 good,
  3 -  average, 2 - satisfactory
  1 -  poor

How do I align the group of radio buttons with the text boxes (see my attached files), using CSS?

I am struggling with how to position elements and would appreciate your help.  I am newbie.
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Julian HansenCommented:
Do you have a mockup of what you want to achieve exactly?

Just need to understand your requirement as your request to have everything next to each other will make for quite a wide section.
cookiejarAuthor Commented:
I would like:

Select Rating    5(.)  4(.)  3(.) 2(.) 1(.)  - radio buttons
Email                 text box
Comments       text area
What would your recommendation be as far as layout, since the one that have would make a wide section?
Julian HansenCommented:
Do you mean something like this
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cookiejarAuthor Commented:
Yes, exactly.
Julian HansenCommented:
The sample uses Bootstrap - you can look at the code of the example to see how that was marked up and you can look here for more information

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Julian HansenCommented:

Thanks for the points. Could you give an explanation for the "B" Grade. (Please read grading guidelines here

Default grade is an "A" - if you don't award an "A" grade it is expected that you give an explanation as to why you did not.


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