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 Name : IBPS Clerk 2016 pre mock test / Practice Paper
 Subject : Aptitude, Reasoning and English
 Questions : 100 Objective type
 Time limit : 1 hour
 Difficulty Level : High
S. No.  Subject  No. of Ques  Maximum Marks  Duration 
1.  Numerical Ability  1 – 35  35  1 Hour 
2.  Reasoning  36 – 70  35  
3.  English Language  71 – 100  30  
Total  100 
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 Question 1 of 100
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude3034 – (1002 ÷ 20.04)
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 2 of 100
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat comes in the Place of ?
9 , 62 , ? , 1854 , 7415 , 22244Correct9×7 – 1 = 62
62×6 – 1 = 371
371×5 1 = 1854
So on…
Incorrect9×7 – 1 = 62
62×6 – 1 = 371
371×5 1 = 1854
So on…
Unattempted9×7 – 1 = 62
62×6 – 1 = 371
371×5 1 = 1854
So on…
 Question 3 of 100
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn a box, there are 8 red, 7 blue and 6 green balls. One ball is picked up randomly. What is the probability that it is neither red nor green?
CorrectTotal ball = 21
Let E = event that the ball drawn is neither red nor green
= event that the bal drawn is red
n(E) = 8
So P (E) = 8/21
IncorrectTotal ball = 21
Let E = event that the ball drawn is neither red nor green
= event that the bal drawn is red
n(E) = 8
So P (E) = 8/21
UnattemptedTotal ball = 21
Let E = event that the ball drawn is neither red nor green
= event that the bal drawn is red
n(E) = 8
So P (E) = 8/21
 Question 4 of 100
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFrom a pack of 52 cards, two cards are drawn together at random. What is the probability of both the cards being kings?
CorrectLet S be the sample space. Then,
n(S) = ^{52}C_{2} = 52 × 51 / 2 = 1326
Let E = event of getting 2 Kings out of 4.
So n (E) = ^{4}C_{2} = 6
P (E) = n(E) / n(S) = 6 / 1326 = 1 / 221
IncorrectLet S be the sample space. Then,
n(S) = ^{52}C_{2} = 52 × 51 / 2 = 1326
Let E = event of getting 2 Kings out of 4.
So n (E) = ^{4}C_{2} = 6
P (E) = n(E) / n(S) = 6 / 1326 = 1 / 221
UnattemptedLet S be the sample space. Then,
n(S) = ^{52}C_{2} = 52 × 51 / 2 = 1326
Let E = event of getting 2 Kings out of 4.
So n (E) = ^{4}C_{2} = 6
P (E) = n(E) / n(S) = 6 / 1326 = 1 / 221
 Question 5 of 100
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeTwo dice are thrown together. What is the probability that the sum of the numbers on the two faces is divisible by 4 or 6?
CorrectClearly, n(S) = 6 × 6 = 36
Let E be the event that the sum of the numbers on the teo faces is divisible by 4 or 6. Then
E = { (1,3) , (1,5), (2,2), (2,4), (2,6), (3,1), (3,3), (3,5), (4,2), (4,4), (5,1), (5,3), (6,2), (6,6) }
n (E) = 14
Hence, P (E) = n(E)/n(S) = 14/36 = 7/18
IncorrectClearly, n(S) = 6 × 6 = 36
Let E be the event that the sum of the numbers on the teo faces is divisible by 4 or 6. Then
E = { (1,3) , (1,5), (2,2), (2,4), (2,6), (3,1), (3,3), (3,5), (4,2), (4,4), (5,1), (5,3), (6,2), (6,6) }
n (E) = 14
Hence, P (E) = n(E)/n(S) = 14/36 = 7/18
UnattemptedClearly, n(S) = 6 × 6 = 36
Let E be the event that the sum of the numbers on the teo faces is divisible by 4 or 6. Then
E = { (1,3) , (1,5), (2,2), (2,4), (2,6), (3,1), (3,3), (3,5), (4,2), (4,4), (5,1), (5,3), (6,2), (6,6) }
n (E) = 14
Hence, P (E) = n(E)/n(S) = 14/36 = 7/18
 Question 6 of 100
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFind the wrong number in the series
8 12 24 46 72 108 152
Correct8 + 4 = 12
12 + 12 = 24 Where ( 4+ 8 = 12)
24 + 20 = 44 Where ( 12 + 8 = 20)
44 + 28 = 72 Where ( 20 + 8 = 28 )
72 + 36 = 108 Where ( 28 + 8 = 36 )
108 + 44 = 152 Where ( 36 + 8 = 44)
Incorrect8 + 4 = 12
12 + 12 = 24 Where ( 4+ 8 = 12)
24 + 20 = 44 Where ( 12 + 8 = 20)
44 + 28 = 72 Where ( 20 + 8 = 28 )
72 + 36 = 108 Where ( 28 + 8 = 36 )
108 + 44 = 152 Where ( 36 + 8 = 44)
Unattempted8 + 4 = 12
12 + 12 = 24 Where ( 4+ 8 = 12)
24 + 20 = 44 Where ( 12 + 8 = 20)
44 + 28 = 72 Where ( 20 + 8 = 28 )
72 + 36 = 108 Where ( 28 + 8 = 36 )
108 + 44 = 152 Where ( 36 + 8 = 44)
 Question 7 of 100
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn an exam Sohan need 60% marks to pass. He scored 368 marks but got failed by 14%. Then What are the maximum marks of that exam?
Correct60% – 14 % = 46%
Sohan scored 46% marks = 368
So 100 % =( 378 × 100 ) / 46 = 800
Incorrect60% – 14 % = 46%
Sohan scored 46% marks = 368
So 100 % =( 378 × 100 ) / 46 = 800
Unattempted60% – 14 % = 46%
Sohan scored 46% marks = 368
So 100 % =( 378 × 100 ) / 46 = 800
 Question 8 of 100
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeRohan purchased a Machine at Rs 70,000. He spends Rs 6000 on repairing, 4000 on transportation and 1000 Rs to give bribe to Policeman. Now what will be the selling price of the machine if he wants 25 % profit?
CorrectTotal cost = 70,000 + 6,000 + 4,000 + 1,000 = 81,000
Selling rate with 25% profit = (81,000 × 125)/100 = 10125
IncorrectTotal cost = 70,000 + 6,000 + 4,000 + 1,000 = 81,000
Selling rate with 25% profit = (81,000 × 125)/100 = 10125
UnattemptedTotal cost = 70,000 + 6,000 + 4,000 + 1,000 = 81,000
Selling rate with 25% profit = (81,000 × 125)/100 = 10125
 Question 9 of 100
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudePraveen invested Rs 160,000 at the rate of 20% annual. If compound interest calculated quarterly then how much money Praveen will get after one year.
CorrectQuarterly rate = 20/4 = 5%
PI = 160,000
n= 4
A = P [ 1 + (r/100)^{n}
IncorrectQuarterly rate = 20/4 = 5%
PI = 160,000
n= 4
A = P [ 1 + (r/100)^{n}
UnattemptedQuarterly rate = 20/4 = 5%
PI = 160,000
n= 4
A = P [ 1 + (r/100)^{n}
 Question 10 of 100
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIf the average of 6 numbers is A. The average of first 3 numbers is B and average of remaining numbers is C. Then what is the relation between A, B and C.
CorrectLet six numbers are A1, A2 …..A6
Average of these number A1 + A2+ …..A6 /6 = A …..(1)
Average of first 3 numbers A1 + A2 + A3 / 3 = B ……(2)
Average of reamaning 3 numbers A4 + A5 + A6 / 3 = C …….(3)
So from eqn (1), (2) and (3) 2A = B + C
IncorrectLet six numbers are A1, A2 …..A6
Average of these number A1 + A2+ …..A6 /6 = A …..(1)
Average of first 3 numbers A1 + A2 + A3 / 3 = B ……(2)
Average of reamaning 3 numbers A4 + A5 + A6 / 3 = C …….(3)
So from eqn (1), (2) and (3) 2A = B + C
UnattemptedLet six numbers are A1, A2 …..A6
Average of these number A1 + A2+ …..A6 /6 = A …..(1)
Average of first 3 numbers A1 + A2 + A3 / 3 = B ……(2)
Average of reamaning 3 numbers A4 + A5 + A6 / 3 = C …….(3)
So from eqn (1), (2) and (3) 2A = B + C
 Question 11 of 100
11. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe average of ages of A and B is 6 : 5. After five years the sum of their ages will be 54. Find the average between A and B’s ages after 8 years.
CorrectA^{0} : B^{0} = 6 : 5
(A + B)^{5} = 54
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = ?
(A + B ) ^{0} = 44
A^{0 }= 44×6 /11 = 24
A^{+8} = 32
B^{0} = 44×5/11 = 20
B^{+8} = 28
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = 32 : 28 = 8 : 7
IncorrectA^{0} : B^{0} = 6 : 5
(A + B)^{5} = 54
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = ?
(A + B ) ^{0} = 44
A^{0 }= 44×6 /11 = 24
A^{+8} = 32
B^{0} = 44×5/11 = 20
B^{+8} = 28
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = 32 : 28 = 8 : 7
UnattemptedA^{0} : B^{0} = 6 : 5
(A + B)^{5} = 54
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = ?
(A + B ) ^{0} = 44
A^{0 }= 44×6 /11 = 24
A^{+8} = 32
B^{0} = 44×5/11 = 20
B^{+8} = 28
A^{+8} : B^{+8} = 32 : 28 = 8 : 7
 Question 12 of 100
12. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeSumit started a business with 80,000rs. After some months Archit joins the business with rs 30,000. At the end of the year they divided the profit in the ratio of 4 : 1. Then calculate how many month Achit join the business.
Correct( 80,000 × 12 ) / ( 30,000 × ( 12 – x ) ) = 4 / 1
X = 4 months
Incorrect( 80,000 × 12 ) / ( 30,000 × ( 12 – x ) ) = 4 / 1
X = 4 months
Unattempted( 80,000 × 12 ) / ( 30,000 × ( 12 – x ) ) = 4 / 1
X = 4 months
 Question 13 of 100
13. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA, B and C take a computer on rent for a month. A, plays 27 disks for 19 days, B plays, 21 disks for 17days and C plays 24 disks for 23 days. If at the end of month the rent is Rs 23700. Then what is the ratio of paid amount by A,B and C.
CorrectA : B : C = 27 × 19 : 21 × 17 : 24 : 23
A : B : C = 171 : 119 : 184
IncorrectA : B : C = 27 × 19 : 21 × 17 : 24 : 23
A : B : C = 171 : 119 : 184
UnattemptedA : B : C = 27 × 19 : 21 × 17 : 24 : 23
A : B : C = 171 : 119 : 184
 Question 14 of 100
14. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA, B and C take a computer on rent for a month. A, plays 27 disks for 19 days, B plays, 21 disks for 17days and C plays 24 disks for 23 days. If at the end of month the rent is Rs 23700.
What is the amount paid by A ?
CorrectAmount paid by A = 171 × 23700 / ( 171 + 119 + 184 ) = 8550
IncorrectAmount paid by A = 171 × 23700 / ( 171 + 119 + 184 ) = 8550
UnattemptedAmount paid by A = 171 × 23700 / ( 171 + 119 + 184 ) = 8550
 Question 15 of 100
15. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA, B and C take a computer on rent for a month. A, plays 27 disks for 19 days, B plays, 21 disks for 17days and C plays 24 disks for 23 days. If at the end of month the rent is Rs 23700.
What is the difference between amount paid by C and B ?
CorrectAmount Paid by B = 119 × 23700 / 474 = 5950 Where 474 = 171 + 119 + 184
Amount Paid by C = 184 × 23700 / 474 = 9200
IncorrectAmount Paid by B = 119 × 23700 / 474 = 5950 Where 474 = 171 + 119 + 184
Amount Paid by C = 184 × 23700 / 474 = 9200
UnattemptedAmount Paid by B = 119 × 23700 / 474 = 5950 Where 474 = 171 + 119 + 184
Amount Paid by C = 184 × 23700 / 474 = 9200
 Question 16 of 100
16. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude7/8 3/4 7/4 13/8 ? 5/2
Correct7/8 – 1/8 = 6/8 = 3/4
3/4 + 1 = 7/4
7/4 – 1/8 = 13/8
13/8 + 1 = 21 / 8
21/8 – 1/8 = 20/8 = 5/2Incorrect7/8 – 1/8 = 6/8 = 3/4
3/4 + 1 = 7/4
7/4 – 1/8 = 13/8
13/8 + 1 = 21 / 8
21/8 – 1/8 = 20/8 = 5/2Unattempted7/8 – 1/8 = 6/8 = 3/4
3/4 + 1 = 7/4
7/4 – 1/8 = 13/8
13/8 + 1 = 21 / 8
21/8 – 1/8 = 20/8 = 5/2  Question 17 of 100
17. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude18 17.5 16.5 15 ?
Correct18 – 0.5 = 17.5
17.5 – 1 = 16.5
16.5 – 1.5 = 15
15 – 2 = 13Incorrect18 – 0.5 = 17.5
17.5 – 1 = 16.5
16.5 – 1.5 = 15
15 – 2 = 13Unattempted18 – 0.5 = 17.5
17.5 – 1 = 16.5
16.5 – 1.5 = 15
15 – 2 = 13  Question 18 of 100
18. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFind the odd man out 6, 9, 15, 21, 24, 28, 30
CorrectExplanation: all are divide by 3 except 28
IncorrectExplanation: all are divide by 3 except 28
UnattemptedExplanation: all are divide by 3 except 28
 Question 19 of 100
19. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeFind the odd man out 1, 4, 9, 16, 20, 36, 49
CorrectExplanation: Alternate Square of even and odd term.
IncorrectExplanation: Alternate Square of even and odd term.
UnattemptedExplanation: Alternate Square of even and odd term.
 Question 20 of 100
20. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA, B and C completed a work costing Rs. 1800. A work 6 days, B for 4 days and C for 9 days. If their daily wages are in the ratio 5:6:4. Then how much amount will be received by A?
CorrectExplanation –6*5x+4*6x+4*9x = 1800
90x = 1500
x= 1800/90
total amount of A = 1800*30/90 => 600.
IncorrectExplanation –6*5x+4*6x+4*9x = 1800
90x = 1500
x= 1800/90
total amount of A = 1800*30/90 => 600.
UnattemptedExplanation –6*5x+4*6x+4*9x = 1800
90x = 1500
x= 1800/90
total amount of A = 1800*30/90 => 600.
 Question 21 of 100
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA dice is thrown twice. Then the total no. Of cases will be?
CorrectExplanation – Total no. Of cases will be (6*6*6) = 216.
IncorrectExplanation – Total no. Of cases will be (6*6*6) = 216.
UnattemptedExplanation – Total no. Of cases will be (6*6*6) = 216.
 Question 22 of 100
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: Aptitude10 years ago A was half of B in age. If the ratio of their present ages is 3:4 then what will be the total of their present ages
CorrectExplanation – Let A’s age 10 years ago is x years
then B’s age 10 years ago be 2x
(x+10)/(2x+10) = 3/4
x = 5
So the total of their present ages is (3x+20) = 35 years
IncorrectExplanation – Let A’s age 10 years ago is x years
then B’s age 10 years ago be 2x
(x+10)/(2x+10) = 3/4
x = 5
So the total of their present ages is (3x+20) = 35 years
UnattemptedExplanation – Let A’s age 10 years ago is x years
then B’s age 10 years ago be 2x
(x+10)/(2x+10) = 3/4
x = 5
So the total of their present ages is (3x+20) = 35 years
 Question 23 of 100
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeA shopkeeper marks his goods 30% above his cost price but allows a discount of 10% at the time of sale. His gain is :
CorrectExplanation – 100 CP —–30%↑—> 130 (MP) — 10%↓—> 117(SP)
Gain = 17%
IncorrectExplanation – 100 CP —–30%↑—> 130 (MP) — 10%↓—> 117(SP)
Gain = 17%
UnattemptedExplanation – 100 CP —–30%↑—> 130 (MP) — 10%↓—> 117(SP)
Gain = 17%
 Question 24 of 100
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeThe L.C.M of two numbers is 45 times their H.C.F. if one the numbers is 125 and the sum of H.C.F and L.C.M is 1150, then the other no. Is
CorrectExplanation – Let the H.C.F be x and L.C.M be y
then , y= 45x and 1+ x = 1150
45x + x = 1150, or x = 25, So, y = (115025) = 1125
Then the other no..is = (25*1125)/125 = 225
IncorrectExplanation – Let the H.C.F be x and L.C.M be y
then , y= 45x and 1+ x = 1150
45x + x = 1150, or x = 25, So, y = (115025) = 1125
Then the other no..is = (25*1125)/125 = 225
UnattemptedExplanation – Let the H.C.F be x and L.C.M be y
then , y= 45x and 1+ x = 1150
45x + x = 1150, or x = 25, So, y = (115025) = 1125
Then the other no..is = (25*1125)/125 = 225
 Question 25 of 100
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeTwo pipe can fill a tank in 20 minutes and 30 minutes respectively. A exit pipe can empty the tank at the rate of 3 Gallon/ minute. If all three pipe work together then the tank can be filled in 15 Minutes. What is the size of tank ?
Correct1/15 (1/20 + 1/24) = [1/15 – 11/120] = 1/40
1/40 is the empty part of Tank = 3 gallon
So the Total size or volume of Tank is = 40 × 3 = 120 gallon
Incorrect1/15 (1/20 + 1/24) = [1/15 – 11/120] = 1/40
1/40 is the empty part of Tank = 3 gallon
So the Total size or volume of Tank is = 40 × 3 = 120 gallon
Unattempted1/15 (1/20 + 1/24) = [1/15 – 11/120] = 1/40
1/40 is the empty part of Tank = 3 gallon
So the Total size or volume of Tank is = 40 × 3 = 120 gallon
 Question 26 of 100
26. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeGive the answer according to the given graph. In a year the consumption of Rice, Wheat and Sugar is given in the chart for Hotel A, B, C, D and E.
Note : All the data is in hundred.
Question: Find out the ratio of total consumption of rice and wheat of Hotel A and C.
CorrectAdd the consumption of wheat and rice and take ratio.
IncorrectAdd the consumption of wheat and rice and take ratio.
UnattemptedAdd the consumption of wheat and rice and take ratio.
 Question 27 of 100
27. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the total average consumption in all hotel of Rice, wheat and sugar ?
CorrectFirst add all the consummation values and then divide by 5.
IncorrectFirst add all the consummation values and then divide by 5.
UnattemptedFirst add all the consummation values and then divide by 5.
 Question 28 of 100
28. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the % of consumption of rice in Hotel D with the total rice consumption of all hotels?
CorrectTotal rice consumption of all hotels = 700+500+300+450+750=2700
% of D’s rice consumption = 450 × 100 / 2700 = 16.67 %
IncorrectTotal rice consumption of all hotels = 700+500+300+450+750=2700
% of D’s rice consumption = 450 × 100 / 2700 = 16.67 %
UnattemptedTotal rice consumption of all hotels = 700+500+300+450+750=2700
% of D’s rice consumption = 450 × 100 / 2700 = 16.67 %
 Question 29 of 100
29. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the difference between the average wheat consumption and sugar consumption of all hotels?
CorrectAverage of wheat consumption = 2350/ 5 = 470
Average of rice consumption = 2375/5 = 475
Difference = 475 – 470 = 5
IncorrectAverage of wheat consumption = 2350/ 5 = 470
Average of rice consumption = 2375/5 = 475
Difference = 475 – 470 = 5
UnattemptedAverage of wheat consumption = 2350/ 5 = 470
Average of rice consumption = 2375/5 = 475
Difference = 475 – 470 = 5
 Question 30 of 100
30. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the ratio between total consumption of sugar and rice in hotel A, C and E to Hotel B and D.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 31 of 100
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeBy which percentage the production of company C decreased in 2007 from previous year?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 32 of 100
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeIn which year the increase / decrease in the production of company B is highest?
CorrectThe production in 2005 was 45 but the production in the year of 2006 is 70.
IncorrectThe production in 2005 was 45 but the production in the year of 2006 is 70.
UnattemptedThe production in 2005 was 45 but the production in the year of 2006 is 70.
 Question 33 of 100
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the average production of company A to the average production of company B? (Approximately)
Correct340 ×100 /410 = 82.93%
Incorrect340 ×100 /410 = 82.93%
Unattempted340 ×100 /410 = 82.93%
 Question 34 of 100
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the percentage production of company B in 2004 and 2006 to the production of company A in 2006 and 2008?
Correct% = 125 ×100/155
Incorrect% = 125 ×100/155
Unattempted% = 125 ×100/155
 Question 35 of 100
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeWhat is the average production of company B in all year?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 36 of 100
36. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENTS:
a. Some rulers are erasers.
b. All erasers are metals.
c. Some metals are papers.
d. All papers are bands.
CONCLUSIONS:
I. Some bands are rulers.
II. Some erasers are bands.
III. Some papers are rulers.
IV. Some metals are rulers.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 37 of 100
37. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENTS:
a. Some houses are beads.
b. Some beads are cycles.
c. Some cycles are tubes.
d. Some tubes are rains.
CONCLUSIONS:
I. Some tubes are beads.
II. Some cycles are houses.
III. No bead is tube.
IV. Some rains are cycles.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 38 of 100
38. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENTS:
a. All dusters are bins.
b. All bins are sepals.
c. No sepal is a root.
d. All roots are flowers.
CONCLUSIONS:
I. No flower is a bin.
II. No duster is a root.
III. All dusters are sepals.
IV. All flowers are roots.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 39 of 100
39. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENTS:
a. All bulbs are lamps.
b. All lamps are stands.
c. Some stands are pens.
d. Some pens are benches.
CONCLUSIONS:
I. Some benches are bulbs.
II. Some lamps are benches.
III. Some pens are bulbs.
IV. Some pens are lamps.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 40 of 100
40. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStudy the following arrangements carefully and answer the following questions:
M % R 4 A T # J @ 7 D 5 C I F N I E $ 3 6 W U 2 H 8 * K 9 B Q
How many such consonants are there in the arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a letter?CorrectSymbol, Consonant, Letter
IncorrectUnattempted  Question 41 of 100
41. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStudy the following arrangements carefully and answer the following questions:
M % R 4 A T # J @ 7 D 5 C I F N I E $ 3 6 W U 2 H 8 * K 9 B Q
How many numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a vowel?CorrectConsonant, Number, Vowel
IncorrectUnattempted  Question 42 of 100
42. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningStudy the following arrangements carefully and answer the following questions:
M % R 4 A T # J @ 7 D 5 C I F N I E $ 3 6 W U 2 H 8 * K 9 B Q
How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately followed by a number and immediately preceded by a letter?CorrectLetter, Symbol, Number
IncorrectUnattempted  Question 43 of 100
43. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.Who is the 2nd host in this arrangement?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 44 of 100
44. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.What is the Chitra’s position?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 45 of 100
45. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.Who is immediate left of Diya?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 46 of 100
46. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.How many girls and boys are sitting opposite to the same gender?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 47 of 100
47. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.Which of the following statement is true?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 48 of 100
48. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a party there are eight friends in which four are boys and remaining are girls, in which girls are Ela, Ishita, Chitra and Diya and boys are Badal, Hitesh, Faruq and Ganesh. In between these eight friends one girl and one boy are the host. They are sitting around a rectangular table. Three are on the longer side of the rectangular table and hosts are on the remaining side. Some additional information is given below:
(a) All four girls are sitting adjacent to each other and Diya is 3rd right of Ganesh.
(b) Ganesh is the host sitting 2nd left of Chitra. Hitesh and Chitra are sitting opposite to each other.
(c) Ishita is 3rd left of Ganesh. Faruq is third left of Ela.Pointing to a girl, Mr Raju said, “This girl is the daughter of the husband of the mother of my wife’s brother.” Who is Raju to the girl?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 49 of 100
49. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningVinay moves towards SouthEast a distance of 14m. then he moves towards West and travels a distance of 28m. From here, he moves towards NorthWest a distance of 14m. and finally he moves a distance of 8m towards East and comes to a halt. How far is the starting point where he stood?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 50 of 100
50. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningWho is to the immediate right of A among five persons A, B, C, D and E facing North?
I. C is third to the left of B and A is second to the right of C.
II. B is to the immediate left of E who is second to the right of A.CorrectFrom first statement, the order is C _ A B. Hence B is to the immediate right of A.
From second statement, the order is A B E. Hence B is to the immediate right of A.
Hence either statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the questionIncorrectUnattempted  Question 51 of 100
51. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a certain code, ’64’ means ‘stop drinking’ and ’32’ means ‘harmful habit’. What do ‘2’ and ‘3’ mean respectively in that code ?
I. ‘637’ means ‘stop bad habit’.
II. ‘842’ means ‘drinking is harmful’CorrectFrom statement I, 3 is common between ‘32’ and ‘637’. Hence ‘3’ means ‘habit’ and ‘2’ means ‘harmful’.
From statement II, 4 is common between ‘64’ and ‘842’. So ‘4’ means ‘drinking’ and 2 means ‘harmful’. Thus ‘3’ means habit.
Hence either statement I or statement II alone is sufficient to answer the questionIncorrectUnattempted  Question 52 of 100
52. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning‘HERO’ is related to ‘OHRE’ and ‘MEAN’ is related to ‘NMAE’ in the same way as ‘LOVE’ is related to?
CorrectThe first letter moves to second position, second letter moves to fourth position, third remains at its position and last letter moves to first position.
IncorrectUnattempted  Question 53 of 100
53. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIn a row of forty children, X is fifth from the right end and there are ten children between X and Y. What is Y’s position from the left end of the row?
CorrectY’s position from the right end = 5 + 11 = 16
Y’s position from the left end = 40 + 1 – 16 = 25thIncorrectUnattempted  Question 54 of 100
54. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENT: “Buy durable pillows of company ‘X’. The pillows have been made from 100% imported downs and feather; have the natural property to take the contour and shape of your head, neck and shoulder while you sleep; and are very popular abroad as well as in the domestic market.” — An advertisement
ASSUMPTIONS:
I. Immense popularity of a product is a sign of the using export.
II. Bicycle is the most affordable mode of transport.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 55 of 100
55. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningSTATEMENT: Should the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) be brought under the direct control of the Cabinet Secretariat?
ARGUMENTS:
I. Yes, this will reduce cases of partiality and will make CBI more meaningful and purposeful.
II. No, the move will empower the prime minister to harass leaders of coalition parties if these leaders do not go in his favor on any issue.CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 56 of 100
56. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA festival was held by The Times of India group in the capital of India. In this festival Ken, Tim, Kat and Aish, each won a first place in one of the four events: jumping, dancing, singing and swimming, not necessarily in that order. Curiously, each winner also won a second place and a third place in two other of these four events. The one who was placed second in swimming was third in dancing. The winner of the singing contest was placed third in swimming. Aish did not come first in jumping or dancing. Aish was a close second behind Kat in one of the four events. Tim was placed third in singing, but did not get a place in jumping, and was not first in dancing.
Who is the winner in the swimming event?
CorrectJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
IncorrectJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
UnattemptedJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
 Question 57 of 100
57. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA festival was held by The Times of India group in the capital of India. In this festival Ken, Tim, Kat and Aish, each won a first place in one of the four events: jumping, dancing, singing and swimming, not necessarily in that order. Curiously, each winner also won a second place and a third place in two other of these four events. The one who was placed second in swimming was third in dancing. The winner of the singing contest was placed third in swimming. Aish did not come first in jumping or dancing. Aish was a close second behind Kat in one of the four events. Tim was placed third in singing, but did not get a place in jumping, and was not first in dancing.
Which of the following is/are correct?
I. Kat won first position in jumping.
II. Kat won second position in swimming.
III. Kat won third position in dancing.
CorrectJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
IncorrectJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
UnattemptedJumping Dance Singing swimming
I Kat Ken Aish Tim
II Aish Tim Ken Kat
III Ken Kat Tim Aish
 Question 58 of 100
58. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA festival was held by The Times of India group in the capital of India. In this festival Ken, Tim, Kat and Aish, each won a first place in one of the four events: jumping, dancing, singing and swimming, not necessarily in that order. Curiously, each winner also won a second place and a third place in two other of these four events. The one who was placed second in swimming was third in dancing. The winner of the singing contest was placed third in swimming. Aish did not come first in jumping or dancing. Aish was a close second behind Kat in one of the four events. Tim was placed third in singing, but did not get a place in jumping, and was not first in dancing.
Which of the following is/are wrong?
I.Ken won first position in jumping.
II.Ken won second position in swimming.
III. Ken won third position in dancing.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 59 of 100
59. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA festival was held by The Times of India group in the capital of India. In this festival Ken, Tim, Kat and Aish, each won a first place in one of the four events: jumping, dancing, singing and swimming, not necessarily in that order. Curiously, each winner also won a second place and a third place in two other of these four events. The one who was placed second in swimming was third in dancing. The winner of the singing contest was placed third in swimming. Aish did not come first in jumping or dancing. Aish was a close second behind Kat in one of the four events. Tim was placed third in singing, but did not get a place in jumping, and was not first in dancing.
Who among the following did not occupy any position, from 1st, 2nd and 3rd, in singing?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 60 of 100
60. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA festival was held by The Times of India group in the capital of India. In this festival Ken, Tim, Kat and Aish, each won a first place in one of the four events: jumping, dancing, singing and swimming, not necessarily in that order. Curiously, each winner also won a second place and a third place in two other of these four events. The one who was placed second in swimming was third in dancing. The winner of the singing contest was placed third in swimming. Aish did not come first in jumping or dancing. Aish was a close second behind Kat in one of the four events. Tim was placed third in singing, but did not get a place in jumping, and was not first in dancing.
Who among the following did not occupy any position, from 1st, 2nd and 3rd, in swimming?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 61 of 100
61. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningM and N are married couple, O and P are brothers, O is the brother of M, How is P related to N
CorrectExplanation – It is clear as M and N are wife and husband if O is the brother of M then P is also the brother of M which means N is brother in law of P.
IncorrectExplanation – It is clear as M and N are wife and husband if O is the brother of M then P is also the brother of M which means N is brother in law of P.
UnattemptedExplanation – It is clear as M and N are wife and husband if O is the brother of M then P is also the brother of M which means N is brother in law of P.
 Question 62 of 100
62. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningPointing to a photograph, a woman says,”This man’s son’s sister is my mother in law”. How is the woman’s husband related to the man?
CorrectExplanation – Man’s Son’ Sister is his daughter
So the man’s daughter is the mother of the woman’s husband. Thus the woman’s husband is the grandson of the man in the photograph.
IncorrectExplanation – Man’s Son’ Sister is his daughter
So the man’s daughter is the mother of the woman’s husband. Thus the woman’s husband is the grandson of the man in the photograph.
UnattemptedExplanation – Man’s Son’ Sister is his daughter
So the man’s daughter is the mother of the woman’s husband. Thus the woman’s husband is the grandson of the man in the photograph.
 Question 63 of 100
63. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoningif ‘eraser’ is called ‘box’, ‘box’ is called ‘pencil’, ‘pencil’ is called ‘sharpener’, and ‘sharpener’ is called ‘bag’, then what will a child write with?
CorrectExplanation – A child will write with a ‘pencil’ and ‘pencil’ is called as ‘sharpener’ so the child will write with ‘sharpener’.
IncorrectExplanation – A child will write with a ‘pencil’ and ‘pencil’ is called as ‘sharpener’ so the child will write with ‘sharpener’.
UnattemptedExplanation – A child will write with a ‘pencil’ and ‘pencil’ is called as ‘sharpener’ so the child will write with ‘sharpener’.
 Question 64 of 100
64. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningIf in a certain language ‘KINDLE’ is written as ‘ELDNIK’, then how ‘EXOTIC’ will be written?
CorrectExplanation – As KINDLE is written reversly ELDNIK then the reverse of EXOTIC will be CITOXE.
IncorrectExplanation – As KINDLE is written reversly ELDNIK then the reverse of EXOTIC will be CITOXE.
UnattemptedExplanation – As KINDLE is written reversly ELDNIK then the reverse of EXOTIC will be CITOXE.
 Question 65 of 100
65. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA man walks 5km towards South and then turns to the right. After walking 3km he turns to the left and walks 5 km. Now in which direction is he from his starting point?
CorrectExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
IncorrectExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
UnattemptedExplanation – He moves toward SouthWest.
 Question 66 of 100
66. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningA boy rode his bicycle Northward, then turned left and rode 1 km and again turned left and rode 2km. He found himself 1 km West of his starting point. How far did he ride northward initially?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 67 of 100
67. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningLook at this series F2,….D8, C16,B32 what no. Should fill the blank
CorrectThe letters decreases by 1, and the numbers are multiplied by 2.
IncorrectThe letters decreases by 1, and the numbers are multiplied by 2.
UnattemptedThe letters decreases by 1, and the numbers are multiplied by 2.
 Question 68 of 100
68. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningLook at this series 664,332,340,170,….,89 What no. Should fill the blank
CorrectThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
IncorrectThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
UnattemptedThis is an alternating division and addition series, first divide by 2 and then add 8.
 Question 69 of 100
69. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningThree ladies X, Y& Z marry three man A, B and C. X is married to A, Y is not married to an engineer, Z is not married to a doctor, C is not a doctor and A is a lawyer, then which of the following statements is correct
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 70 of 100
70. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning625 : 25 :: 225 : ?
Correct25*25=625
15*15=225
Incorrect25*25=625
15*15=225
Unattempted25*25=625
15*15=225
 Question 71 of 100
71. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishRead the Comprehension carefully and give answers
Until the last quarter of the nineteenth century, Africa,south of Sahara, was almost unknown to the outside world. The coast line had been explored in the sixteenth century, and by 1875 there were a few tiny European settlements in West Africa and larger colonies in the south.But apart from the report of intrepid explores, the interior of Africa was unknown. Here, secluded from the rest of the world by the absence of too communications and by a difficult natural environment lived innumerable Negro tribes. With few exceptions they had made no technical progress and had little spirit of enquiry. The time hollowed customs of the tribe were accepted. Alongside the joys of dance, the drum, the hunt, the beerdrink, the picture is dark with poverty, ignorance, hunger, disease, isolation, cruelty, even cannibalism.
This was the Africa which confronted the white man when after about 1875, European penetration and colonialism began on large scale. There is controversy among historians about the motives of colonialism. Some stress the economic motiveexploration having provided the necessary information, Europeans wished to expand their trade with Africa by importing raw materials in return for manufactured goods. It was then necessary to protect this trade by establishing an administration. Other historians say that the supreme motive was to achieve power and prestige. In addition the excess population from overcrowded European States could emigrate to the colonies and still be connected with the mother country. To some extent the colonists, who were often preceded and accompanied by missionaries, went for philanthropic reasons.
The European colonialism was accompanied with only sporadic opposition from the Africa population, and although relation between the rival European powers were bitter(for example, the Fashoda incident in Sudan), the penetration and forming of frontiers war achieved with only one major war between the rivals. This was partly because of the vast size of Africa and partly because of the berlin colonial conference of 188485, the powers concerned had agreed that Africa should be divided into spheres of influence. The war between the British and Dutch settlers in South Africa was the one exception.
Question: The colonialism of Africa began in
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 72 of 100
72. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe continent of the world, which took initiative in cornicing Africa was
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 73 of 100
73. Question
1 pointsCategory: English3 Before its colonization, who was the continent of Africa inhabited by?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 74 of 100
74. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhich part of Africa was unknown to the outside world until the quarter of the 19^{th} century?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 75 of 100
75. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe Negroes of Africa lived a life of Arcadian bliss before the Europeans colonized that continent. This statement is
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 76 of 100
76. Question
1 pointsCategory: Englishwhich of following do the author not imply in the passage?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 77 of 100
77. Question
1 pointsCategory: Englishhow were the economic motives of the European colonizers going to be achieved in Africa?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 78 of 100
78. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe Fashoda incident in Sudan relates to
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 79 of 100
79. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWhat was the decision of the Berlin Colonial Conference?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 80 of 100
80. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe Berlin Colonial Conference was held in
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 81 of 100
81. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishError detection 81 – 85
How to solve the problem is the main concern of the organizers at the moment.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 82 of 100
82. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishI was just going to start my car when I found that there is no petrol in it.
CorrectReplace is by was.
IncorrectReplace is by was.
UnattemptedReplace is by was.
 Question 83 of 100
83. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe department defines a private passenger vehicle as one that is registered to an individual with a gross weight of less than 8,000 pounds.
CorrectIn the given sentence is appears as if “with a gross of weight of” referred to individual. Actually it refers to vehicle. So “and has a gross of weight”
IncorrectIn the given sentence is appears as if “with a gross of weight of” referred to individual. Actually it refers to vehicle. So “and has a gross of weight”
UnattemptedIn the given sentence is appears as if “with a gross of weight of” referred to individual. Actually it refers to vehicle. So “and has a gross of weight”
 Question 84 of 100
84. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishFreedom’s survey showed that people living in small towns and rural areas consider themselves no happier than are people living in big cities.
CorrectReplace are by do.
IncorrectReplace are by do.
UnattemptedReplace are by do.
 Question 85 of 100
85. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishClimatic shifts are so gradual they can be indistinguishable at first from ordinary fluctuations in the weather.
CorrectIt should be “that they cannot be distinguishable”
IncorrectIt should be “that they cannot be distinguishable”
UnattemptedIt should be “that they cannot be distinguishable”
 Question 86 of 100
86. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishFill in the blanks 86 – 90
The film opens with a fiery sunset behind a temple with bells …….. for evensong.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 87 of 100
87. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe men laughed; the women covered their faces with hands and ………….
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 88 of 100
88. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishEven a slight dislocation in the transport schedule could ……….. disaster.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 89 of 100
89. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIn summer in India, the sun goes on, day after day, from east to west, scorching ……..
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 90 of 100
90. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishTaken in ………., alcohol is no more harmful than drinking fizzy aerated minerals.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 91 of 100
91. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections : Q 91 – 95
In each sentence below a group of words has been underlined. Below each four choices are given. Pick out the one which can substitute the underlined group of words correctly, without changing the meaning of the sentence. If the sentence requires no correction, give last option as the answer.
If you are thinking of investing money, isn’t it makes sense to consult your father?
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 92 of 100
92. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishIn addition to communicated his innocence through his speech, the minister attacked the opposition for its malicious campaign.
CorrectIn addition to is a prepositional phrase meaning besides. The phrase is usually followed by a noun or a gerund.
IncorrectIn addition to is a prepositional phrase meaning besides. The phrase is usually followed by a noun or a gerund.
UnattemptedIn addition to is a prepositional phrase meaning besides. The phrase is usually followed by a noun or a gerund.
 Question 93 of 100
93. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishTechnology must use to feed the forces of change.
CorrectWe use technology. Technology is used by us. Hence the passive form.
IncorrectWe use technology. Technology is used by us. Hence the passive form.
UnattemptedWe use technology. Technology is used by us. Hence the passive form.
 Question 94 of 100
94. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishUnemployment has growth rapidly since the advent of computers in our country.
CorrectHas will be followed by grown.
IncorrectHas will be followed by grown.
UnattemptedHas will be followed by grown.
 Question 95 of 100
95. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishShe is a dancer par excellence and her today’s performance has amply proved this.
CorrectThough nonliving, today is used in the possessive case by adding ‘s.
IncorrectThough nonliving, today is used in the possessive case by adding ‘s.
UnattemptedThough nonliving, today is used in the possessive case by adding ‘s.
 Question 96 of 100
96. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishDirections : 95 – 100
In given sentences some part is idioms and phrases, choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
The Kenyan team proved to be the dark horse in the ICC World Cup Cricket.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 97 of 100
97. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishHaving no arguments to defend his point, the speaker bagan to beat about the bush.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 98 of 100
98. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThey were offered six months’ rent in lieu of notice to vacate the building.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 99 of 100
99. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishWe know that he is the responsible for the discord but as he is wellconnected all we can do is send him to Coventry.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted  Question 100 of 100
100. Question
1 pointsCategory: EnglishThe novel man gave up the ghost.
CorrectIncorrectUnattempted
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