1.

Direction (Q. 1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:
i) A, B, C, D and E are five neighbours, who live on the first floor of an apartment. There houses are in a row. Their is a garage below each house on the ground floor.
ii) No person keeps his vehicle in the garage which is just below his house. C and E do not reside at either ends of the row. There are two houses between the houses of B and D.
iii) A parks his vehicle between the vehicles of C and B. Two persons park their vehicles between the vehicles of A and D.
iv) All houses and garages are facing towards south. The house of B is at extreme west while D parks his vehicle at extreme east.

Who parks his vehicle exactly in the middle garage ?


A.  C
B.  A
C.  E
D.  None of these
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2.

Whose house is between C's and A's ?


A.  E
B.  D
C.  A
D.  Cant be determined
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3.

Whose house is above A's garage ?


A.  B
B.  E
C.  C
D.  Cant be determined
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4.

If D interchanges his house with B's, then what is definitely true about B in the new house ?


A.  C and A are his neighbours
B.  They must have to interchange their garage
C.  The houses of C and E are to the rjght of his house
D.  The house of A is to the right and that of C is to the left of his house
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5.

Which of the following is definitely false ?


A.  B and C are neighbours.
B.  B parks his vehicle below Ds house.
C.  C arid E are neighbours.
D.  There are two houses between the houses of E and A.
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6.

In a certain code language the word CUSTOMER is written as UHPRRQSA. How will the word FRIENDLY be written in that language ?


A.  BOGQCGPD
B.  BQGOCGPD
C.  BOGCPQGD
D.  DPCGQGOB
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7.

How many pairs of letters are there in the word REFRESHING which have the same number of letters between them as in the English alphabet ?


A.  Five
B.  Four
C.  Three
D.  Two
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8.

Direction (Q. 8-10): Given below are pairs of events 'A' and ' B \ You have to read both the events 'A' and ' B ' and decide their nature of relationship. You have to assume that the information given in 'A' and ' B ' is true and you will not assume anything beyond the given information in deciding the answer.
Event (A): A traveller found cockroaches in the crevices of his seat and also in the toilets of India's most prestigious train, the Rajdhani Express.
Event (B): He drew the attention of the catering manager, Western Rp'hvay, to the insects.


A.  If A is the effect and B is its immediate and principal cause.
B.  If A is the immediate and principal cause and B is its effect.
C.  If A is an effect but B is not its immediate and principal cause.
D.  If B is an effect but A is not its immediate and principal cause.
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9.

Event (A): The police has arrested an ISI agent who had been spying in India for the past six years.
Event (B): The police received an information about an ISI agent having set up base at Delhi from Military Intelligence.


A.  If A is the effect and B is its immediate and principal cause.
B.  If A is the immediate and principal cause and B is its effect.
C.  If A is an effect but B is not its immediate and principal cause.
D.  If B is an effect but A is not its immediate and principal cause.
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10.

Event (A): The Indian Board for Wildlife headed by the PM has not met since 1998.
Event (B): A London-based environmental investigation agency has brought to light the massive killing of a hundred tigers during this year in India.


A.  If A is the effect and B is its immediate and principal cause.
B.  If A is the immediate and principal cause and B is its effect.
C.  If A is an effect but B is not its immediate and principal cause.
D.  If B is an effect but A is not its immediate and principal cause.
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