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GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 1

Ram and Shyam shared a secret and promised to each other that it would remain between them. Ram expressed himself in one of the following ways as given in the choices below.Identify the correct way as per standard English.

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 1

Option (A) would be the correct answer. because The objective pronoun of I is me.
Options (B) and (C) are false because "I" is incorrect usage as object, it should be "me"
Option (D) is incorrect because the secret is between them and not solely with Ram so its contradicting with the original statement.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 2

Ms. X will be in Bagdogra from 01/05/2014 to 20/05/2014 and from 22/05/2014 to 31/05/2014. On the morning of 21/05/204, she will reach Kochi via Mumbai. Which one of the statements below is logically valid and can be inferred from the above sentences?

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 2

Second sentence says that Ms. X reaches Kochi on 21/05/2014. Also she has to be in Bagdogora on 22/05/2014.
Therefore, She stays in Kochi for only one day in may.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 3

Given below are two statements followed by two conclusions. Assuming these statements to be true, decide which one logically follows.
Statements:
I. All film stars are playback singers
II. All film directors are film stars
Conclusions:
I. All film directors are playback singers.
II. Some film stars film directors.

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 3

Both the conclusions follow. You can verify it by drawing venn diagram representation.

I. All film directors are playback singers - correct.
II. Some film stars film directors - correct.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 4

Read the statements:

(i) All women are entrepreneurs.

(ii) Some women are doctors

Q. Which of the following conclusions can be logically inferred from the above statements?

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 4

If all women are entreprenuers and some are doctors then obviously some entrepreneurs are doctors.
PS: In the first statement if we replace "All" by "Some", then none of the options is true.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 5

For submitting tax returns, all resident males with annual income below Rs 10 lakh should fill up Form P and all resident females with income below Rs 8 lakh should fill up Form Q. All people with incomes above Rs 10 lakh should fill up Form R, except non residents with income above Rs 15 lakhs, who should fill up Form S. All others should fill Form T. An example of a person who should fill Form T is

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 5

Annual income (Male Residents)<10 L - Form P
Annual income (Female Residents) < 8L - Form Q
People ( Except NRI's) > 10 L - Form R
NRI's with income > 15 L - Form S
Others - T

(A) A resident male with annual income Rs 9 lakh
Defined under first category i.e. Form P.
(C) A non-resident male with annual income Rs 16 lakh
(D) A non-resident female with annual income Rs 16 lakh
Both C and D fall under the category of Form S.

(B) Resident female in between 8 to 10 lakhs haven’t been mentioned.So a resident female with annual income Rs 9 lakh should fill Form T.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 6

Lights of four colors (red, blue, green, yellow) are hung on a ladder. On every step of the ladder there are two lights. If one of the lights is red, the other light on that step will always be blue. If one of the lights on a step is green, the other light on that step will always be yellow. Which of the following statements is not necessarily correct?

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 6

According to the Question "On every step of ladder there are 2 bulbs".
"If one is Red other must be Blue". 1 pair possible = (R,B)
"If one is Green other must be Yellow". other pair of lights possible = (G,Y)
So, from the above statements, we can conclude that there will be no pair as (G,B) or (G,R) or (R,Y). But, the pair (Y,B) is a possible combination of lights in one of the ladder.
If we consider that there are 3 steps in ladder as (G,Y) , (B,Y) and (B,Y).
NONE OF THE ABOVE OPTION MATCHES (Official key was D though)

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 7

In the following question, the first and the last sentence of the passage are in order and numbered 1 and 6. The rest of the passage is split into 4 parts and numbered as 2,3,4, and 5. These 4 parts are not arranged in proper order. Read the sentences and arrange them in a logical sequence to make a passage and choose the correct sequence from the given
options.
(1) On Diwali, the family rises early in the morning.
(2) The whole family, including the young and the old enjoy doing this,
(3) Children let off fireworks later in the night with their friends.
(4) At sunset, the lamps are lit and the family performs various rituals
(5) Father, mother, and children visit relatives and exchange gifts and sweets.
(6) Houses look so pretty with lighted lamps all around.

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 7

The correct order will be 5−2−4−3.
Only this sequence makes sensible paragraph.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 8

Choose the word most similar in meaning to the given word:
Awkward

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 8

Awkward means unsuitable and is a synonym for inept.
Dreadful is not suitable here as it means horrible and is more negative than "awkward".
Graceful and suitable are positive words and hence not applicable.
So,Among all the options Inept is the word whose meaning is similar to Awkward.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 9

Lamenting the gradual sidelining of the arts ill school curricula, a group of prominent artist wrote to the Chief Minister last year, asking him to allocate more funds to support arts education in schools. However, no such increases have been announced in this year’s Budget. The artists expressed their deep anguish at their request not being approved, but many of them remain optimistic about funding in the future.
Which of the statement (s) below is/are logically valid and can be inferred from the above statements?
(i) The artists expected funding for the arts to increases this year
(ii) The Chief Minister was receptive to the idea of increasing funding of the arts
(iii) The Chief Minister is a prominent artist
(iv) Schools are giving less importance to arts education nowadays

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 9

From first line in para its clear that schools are giving less importance to arts education. hence (iv)
However, no such increase has been announced in this year's Budget.
From this line we can infer that artists are expected funding for arts to increase this year.

GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 10

Find the odd one from the following group:
W, E, K, O, I Q, W, A F, N, T, X N, V, B, D

Detailed Solution for GATE Verbal Aptitude Practice Questions - 4 - Question 10

Give all alphabets A→Z

Numbers 1→26

Difference between alphabets 1 and 2, 2 and 3 an 4 is 8, 6 an 4 respectively.

But in NVBD the sequence does not follow.

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