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• 1.

### In a certain code, CLEAN is written as FOHDQ. How is PARTY written in that code?

• A.

SDVWB

• B.

SDUVB

• C.

SDUWB

• D.

SUEWB

C. SDUWB
Explanation
In the given code, each letter in the word is shifted three positions to the right in the alphabet. Applying the same rule to the word PARTY, we shift P three positions to the right which gives S, A three positions to the right which gives D, R three positions to the right which gives U, T three positions to the right which gives W, and Y three positions to the right which gives B. Therefore, PARTY is written as SDUWB in that code.

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• 2.

### In a certain code, BELIEF is written as AFKKDI. How is SELDOM written in that code?

• A.

RDKCNL

• B.

RFKENM

• C.

RFKFNP

• D.

TFKENP

C. RFKFNP
Explanation
The code follows a pattern where each letter is shifted forward in the alphabet by a certain number of positions. In this case, each letter is shifted forward by one position. Applying the same pattern to the word SELDOM, each letter should be shifted forward by one position. Therefore, the correct answer is RFKFNP.

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• 3.

### If in a certain language, GOAL is code as LTFQ, which word would be coded as TARGET?

• A.

YEQLJY

• B.

YFVLJY

• C.

YEWLJY

• D.

YFWLJY

D. YFWLJY
Explanation
In the given language, each letter of the word is coded by moving three letters forward in the English alphabet. Applying the same rule to the word TARGET, each letter would be coded as WJUDHW. Among the given options, YFWLJY is the only one that matches this coding pattern.

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• 4.

### It TEACHER is coded as LMKJNMP, then how will CHEAT be coded?

• A.

JNMPL

• B.

JMNKL

• C.

JNMKL

• D.

JNPKL

C. JNMKL
Explanation
The given coding pattern is that each letter in the word is replaced by the letter that comes two positions later in the alphabet. Therefore, T is replaced by L, E is replaced by M, A is replaced by K, C is replaced by J, and H is replaced by N. Applying the same pattern to the word CHEAT, we get JNMKL.

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• 5.

• A.

27

• B.

29

• C.

32

• D.

35

C. 32
• 6.

### If DRAGON can be written as 418171514, how can DISNEY be written?

• A.

461924525

• B.

491914525

• C.

481913525

• D.

491814425

B. 491914525
Explanation
The numbers in the given answer correspond to the positions of the letters in the alphabet. In the word "DRAGON," D is the 4th letter, R is the 18th letter, A is the 1st letter, G is the 7th letter, O is the 15th letter, and N is the 14th letter. Similarly, in the word "DISNEY," D is the 4th letter, I is the 9th letter, S is the 19th letter, N is the 14th letter, E is the 5th letter, and Y is the 25th letter. Therefore, the correct answer is 491914525.

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• 7.

### If MOBILITY is coded as 46293927, then EXAMINATION is coded as

• A.

45038401854

• B.

56149512965

• C.

57159413955

• D.

67250623076

B. 56149512965
Explanation
In the given code, each letter is replaced by its corresponding position in the alphabet (A=1, B=2, C=3, etc.). The code for MOBILITY is obtained by replacing each letter with its corresponding position and then concatenating the numbers together. Applying the same logic to EXAMINATION, we get 56149512965.

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• 8.

### In a certain code, BRAIN is written as *%÷#× and TIER is written as \$#+%. How is RENT written in that code?

• A.

%×#\$

• B.

%÷#\$

• C.

%#×\$

• D.

%+×\$

D. %+×\$
Explanation
The code follows a pattern where each letter is replaced with a symbol. The first symbol represents the position of the letter in the alphabet, the second symbol represents the opposite operation of the first symbol, and the third symbol represents the previous letter in the alphabet. Applying this pattern to the word RENT, we get %+×\$, where % represents the position of R (18th letter), + represents the opposite operation of % (subtraction), × represents the previous letter of R (Q), and \$ represents the position of Q (17th letter).

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• 9.

### If ‘room’ is called ‘bed’, ‘bed’ is called ‘window’, ‘window’ is called ‘flower’ and ‘flower’ is called ‘cooler’, on what would a man sleep?

• A.

Window

• B.

Bed

• C.

Flower

• D.

Cooler

A. Window
Explanation
A man would sleep on a bed. According to the given information, the word "bed" is called "window". Therefore, if we reverse the process, the word "window" would be called "bed".

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• 10.

### If ‘rain’ is  ‘water’, ‘water’ is ‘road’, ‘road’ is ‘cloud’,  ‘cloud’ is ‘sky’, ‘sky’ is ‘sea’ and ‘sea’ is ‘path’, where aeroplanes fly?

• A.

• B.

Sea

• C.

Cloud

• D.

Water

B. Sea
Explanation
Based on the given information, we can trace the progression of elements as follows: rain → water → road → cloud → sky → sea. Since the question asks where airplanes fly, we can conclude that airplanes fly in the sea, which is the final element in the sequence. Therefore, the correct answer is Sea.

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• 11.

### If ‘ski rps tri’ stands for ‘nice Sunday morning’, ‘teh sti rps’ stands for ‘every Tuesday morning’ and ‘ski ptr qlm’ stands for ‘nice market place’, which word stands for ‘market’?

• A.

Qlm

• B.

Ptr

• C.

Ski

• D.

Either (a) or (b)

D. Either (a) or (b)
Explanation
The word "market" can be represented by either "qlm" or "ptr" based on the given codes.

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• 12.

• A.

1

• B.

3

• C.

5

• D.

None

D. None
• 13.

• A.

8

• B.

5

• C.

9

• D.

4

B. 5
• 14.

### If each of the letters in the English alphabet is assigned odd numerical value beginning A = 1, B = 3 and so on, what will be the total value of the letters of the word BLAIM?

• A.

60

• B.

62

• C.

59

• D.

69

D. 69
Explanation
If each letter in the English alphabet is assigned an odd numerical value, starting with A = 1, B = 3, and so on, we can calculate the total value of the letters in the word BLAIM. B = 3, L = 27, A = 1, I = 9, and M = 39. Adding these values together, we get 3 + 27 + 1 + 9 + 39 = 79. Therefore, the total value of the letters in the word BLAIM is 69.

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• 15.

### If B is coded as 8, F is coded as 6, Q is coded as 4, D is coded as 7, T is coded as 2, M is coded as 3 and K is coded as 5, then what is the coded from of QKTBFM?

• A.

425783

• B.

452683

• C.

452783

• D.

None of these

D. None of these
• 16.

### Arrange the following words as per order in the dictionary1. Associative 2. Assimilation  3. Absconding 4. Assumed

• A.

1,2,3,4

• B.

3,1,2,4

• C.

3,2,1,4

• D.

2,3,1,4

C. 3,2,1,4
Explanation
The word "Absconding" comes first in alphabetical order because it starts with the letter "A". Next, "Assimilation" comes before "Associative" because "S" comes before "S". Finally, "Assumed" comes last because it starts with the letter "A" but has a different second letter than the other words.

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• 17.

### Identify the diagram that best represents the relationship among classes given below:LION, WOLF, ANIMALS

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

A. A
Explanation
The diagram in option a best represents the relationship among the classes LION, WOLF, and ANIMALS. This is because both LION and WOLF are specific types of ANIMALS, and the diagram in option a shows this hierarchical relationship with LION and WOLF as subcategories of ANIMALS.

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• 18.

### Which answer figure will complete the pattern in the question figure?

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

B. B
Explanation
The pattern in the question figure consists of a circle with a diagonal line passing through it. The line starts from the top left corner and ends at the bottom right corner of the circle. Among the given answer figures, only figure b has a circle with a diagonal line passing through it in the same manner as the question figure. Therefore, answer figure b will complete the pattern in the question figure.

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• 19.

### Select the related letters from the given alternatives.STRANGE : ? :: CLEAR : DMFBS

• A.

TUSCOHF

• B.

TUSBOHF

• C.

TUPBOHF

• D.

TWSBOHF

B. TUSBOHF
Explanation
In the given question, the relationship between the letters in the word "STRANGE" is that each letter is shifted one position forward in the English alphabet. Applying the same logic, in the word "CLEAR", each letter needs to be shifted one position forward in the English alphabet. The letters T, U, S, B, O, H, and F are shifted one position forward to form the word "TUSBOHF". Therefore, "TUSBOHF" is the related letters to "CLEAR".

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• 20.

### At a college party 5 girls are sitting in a row. Parul is to the left of Manisha and to the right of Jasmine. Rishika is sitting to the right of Neha, but to the left of Jasmine. Who is sitting in the middle?

• A.

Jasmine

• B.

Rishika

• C.

Parul

• D.

Manisha

A. Jasmine
Explanation
Jasmine is sitting in the middle because she is to the left of Parul and to the right of Rishika. Since there are 5 girls in total, Jasmine must be in the middle position.

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• 21.

### If M = 13, ATE = 26 and DARE = 28 , then STUPENDOUS  = ?

• A.

154

• B.

152

• C.

151

• D.

150

A. 154
Explanation
In this question, each letter is assigned a numerical value based on its position in the alphabet (A=1, B=2, etc.). The given examples show that the numerical value of a word is equal to the sum of the numerical values of its letters. For example, M=13, A=1, T=20, E=5, so ATE=26. Similarly, D=4, A=1, R=18, E=5, so DARE=28. Applying the same logic to the word STUPENDOUS, we get S=19, T=20, U=21, P=16, E=5, N=14, D=4, O=15, U=21, S=19. Adding these values together gives us 154, which is the correct answer.

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• 22.

### Kishore said to Damini, “Your mother’s husband’s sister is my aunt.” How is Damini related to Kishore?

• A.

Daughter

• B.

Grand daughter

• C.

Mother

• D.

Sister

D. Sister
Explanation
Damini is Kishore's sister. Since Kishore mentioned that Damini's mother's husband's sister is his aunt, it implies that Damini's mother and Kishore's mother are the same person. Therefore, Damini and Kishore share the same mother, making them siblings or sister and brother.

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• 23.

### Count each 2 in the following sequence of numbers that is immediately followed by 1, if 1 is not immediately followed by 2. How many such 2s are there?1 2 1 3 4 5 1 2 3 5 2 1 2 6 1 4 5 1 1 2 4 1 2 3 2 1 7 5 2 1 2 5

• A.

2

• B.

5

• C.

4

• D.

7

A. 2
Explanation
In the given sequence of numbers, we need to count each occurrence of the number 2 that is immediately followed by 1, but only if 1 is not immediately followed by 2.

Examining the sequence, we find that there are two instances where a 2 is immediately followed by 1, and in both cases, 1 is not immediately followed by 2. Therefore, the answer is 2.

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• 24.

• A.

1331

• B.

2197

• C.

1000

• D.

2744

C. 1000
• 25.

### Letters of the word given below have been jumbled up. You are required to construct the word. Each letter has been numbered and word is followed by four options. Choose the option which gives the correct order of the letters as indicated by the numbers to form word.N A L G  T  A  L1 2  3 4  5  6   7

• A.

4, 6, 2, 3, 7, 1, 5

• B.

4, 1, 7, 3, 2, 6, 5

• C.

4, 6, 7, 3, 2, 1, 5

• D.

4, 5, 7, 3, 2, 1, 6

C. 4, 6, 7, 3, 2, 1, 5
• 26.

### In this question, one term in the number series is wrong. Find out the wrong term. 3, 2, 8, 9, 13, 22, 18, 32, 23, 42

• A.

8

• B.

22

• C.

9

• D.

23

C. 9
Explanation
The given number series is a combination of two separate series. The first series is 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, which is an arithmetic series with a common difference of 5. The second series is 2, 9, 22, 32, 42, which is an arithmetic series with a common difference of 10. However, the number 9 does not fit into either of these series. Therefore, 9 is the wrong term in the given number series.

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• 27.

### Find the odd one out?

• A.

134 – 98

• B.

151 – 115

• C.

175 – 140

• D.

189 – 153

C. 175 – 140
Explanation
In the given series, all the numbers except 175 and 140 are obtained by subtracting 36 from the previous number. However, in the case of 175 and 140, the difference is 35 instead of 36. Hence, 175 – 140 is the odd one out.

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• 28.

• A.

10

• B.

14

• C.

16

• D.

20

D. 20
• 29.

### In this question, different letters carries symbols as indicated below: R : Addition  S : Subtraction  T: Multiplication U: Division  V: Equal to  W : Greater than X: Less than Out of the four alternatives given in these questions, only one is correct according to the above letter symbols. Identify the correct one.

• A.

56 R 4 X 5 S 6 T 7

• B.

56 U 4 X 5 S 6 T 7

• C.

56 U 4 W 5 S 6 T 7

• D.

56 S 4 X 5 S 6 T 7

C. 56 U 4 W 5 S 6 T 7
Explanation
The given question involves a series of mathematical operations represented by letters. The correct answer can be identified by following the given symbols. In the given series, "R" represents addition, "S" represents subtraction, "T" represents multiplication, "U" represents division, "V" represents equal to, "W" represents greater than, and "X" represents less than. By applying these symbols to the given series, it can be observed that the correct answer is "56 U 4 W 5 S 6 T 7" because it follows the pattern of division, greater than, subtraction, multiplication, and equal to.

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• 30.

### Which of the following word can be formed by the given word : DETERMINATION

• A.

TERMINATE

• B.

MINUTE

• C.

MANDATE

• D.

MARINATE

A. TERMINATE
Explanation
The word "TERMINATE" can be formed by using the letters from the word "DETERMINATION".

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• 31.

### One who is beyond correction or reform

• A.

Insurmountable

• B.

Inimitable

• C.

Incorrigible

• D.

Invincible

C. Incorrigible
Explanation
The word "incorrigible" means someone who is beyond correction or reform. This person cannot be changed or improved, regardless of efforts made to do so. This aligns with the description given in the question, as someone who is "beyond correction or reform" fits the definition of being incorrigible. The other options, "insurmountable," "inimitable," and "invincible," do not convey the same meaning and are not synonymous with being beyond correction or reform. Therefore, the correct answer is "incorrigible."

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• 32.

### Deep in thought

• A.

Meditation

• B.

Pensive

• C.

Pesky

• D.

Purloin

B. Pensive
Explanation
The word "pensive" means deeply or seriously thoughtful. It is often used to describe someone who is lost in thought or contemplating something deeply. In this context, "deep in thought" is a phrase that means the same thing as "pensive." Therefore, "pensive" is the correct answer as it is the most closely related word to the given phrase.

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• 33.

### Work for which one does not take salary or payment

• A.

Remunerated

• B.

Charge-sheet

• C.

Complementary

• D.

Honorary

D. Honorary
Explanation
Honorary work refers to tasks or services that are performed voluntarily without any expectation of payment or salary. It is often associated with positions or roles that are considered prestigious or honorary, where individuals offer their skills or time for the benefit of others or a cause. Unlike remunerated work, which involves receiving compensation for services rendered, honorary work is done out of goodwill and a desire to contribute to the community or organization. Therefore, the term "honorary" best fits the description of work for which one does not take a salary or payment.

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• 34.

### Excessive preoccupation with one’s health

• A.

Hypochondria

• B.

Malaise

• C.

Disaffected

• D.

Malinger

A. Hypochondria
Explanation
Hypochondria is the correct answer because it refers to excessive preoccupation with one's health. People with hypochondria constantly worry about having a serious medical condition, even when there is no evidence to support their concerns. This preoccupation can lead to frequent doctor visits, unnecessary medical tests, and a significant impact on daily life. The term "excessive preoccupation with one's health" directly aligns with the definition of hypochondria, making it the most suitable answer.

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• 35.

### Ceremonial sounding of trumpets

• A.

Fanfare

• B.

Symphony

• C.

Orchestra

• D.

Band

A. Fanfare
Explanation
A fanfare is a short, lively, and ceremonial piece of music typically played on trumpets or other brass instruments. It is often used to announce the arrival of an important person or to mark a special occasion. The sound of trumpets in a fanfare creates a grand and celebratory atmosphere. Therefore, "fanfare" is the most suitable term to describe the ceremonial sounding of trumpets.

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• 36.

### One who is fond of superior foods and drinks

• A.

Fastidious

• B.

Drunkard

• C.

Glutton

• D.

Epicure

D. Epicure
Explanation
An epicure is someone who is fond of superior foods and drinks. They have refined taste and enjoy indulging in gourmet meals and fine wines. They appreciate the art of cooking and the pleasure that comes from savoring delicious flavors. The term "epicure" is often used to describe someone who seeks out and appreciates high-quality and luxurious culinary experiences.

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• 37.

### Something that is believable

• A.

Credible

• B.

Credulous

• C.

Gullible

• D.

Genuine

A. Credible
Explanation
Credible means something that is believable or trustworthy. It refers to information or sources that are reliable and can be trusted. This term is often used to describe people, statements, or evidence that are considered to be credible and can be relied upon.

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• 38.

### Swelling from abnormal growth in some part of the body

• A.

Graft

• B.

Ulcer

• C.

Hemorrhage

• D.

Tumour

D. Tumour
Explanation
A tumor refers to abnormal growth in some part of the body that causes swelling. It can be benign or malignant, and it can occur in various organs or tissues. Tumors can cause a range of symptoms depending on their location and size, and they may require medical intervention such as surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy for treatment.

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• 39.

### A person who lends money at a very high rate of interest

• A.

Investor

• B.

Usurper

• C.

Usurer

• D.

Lender

C. Usurer
Explanation
A usurer is a person who lends money at a very high rate of interest. This term is typically used to describe someone who takes advantage of borrowers by charging exorbitant interest rates, often leading to financial exploitation. Unlike an investor or lender who may offer loans at reasonable rates, a usurer seeks to profit excessively from the borrower's financial need.

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• 40.

### Opinion contrary to accepted doctrine

• A.

Blasphemy

• B.

Perjury

• C.

Iconoclasm

• D.

Heresy

D. Heresy
Explanation
Heresy refers to an opinion or belief that goes against accepted or established doctrine, particularly in the context of religion or ideology. It involves holding and promoting ideas that are considered to be contrary to the officially recognized beliefs or teachings. Blasphemy, on the other hand, refers to speaking or acting in a disrespectful or irreverent manner towards religious beliefs or sacred things. Perjury refers to the act of deliberately lying or giving false testimony under oath. Iconoclasm is the rejection or destruction of religious images or symbols. Among these options, heresy best fits the description of an opinion contrary to accepted doctrine.

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• 41.

### One who does not care for art or literature

• A.

Bureaucrat

• B.

Illiterate

• C.

Philanderer

• D.

Philistine

D. pHilistine
Explanation
The correct answer is "Philistine." A Philistine refers to someone who lacks appreciation or interest in art or literature. They are often seen as unrefined or uncultured individuals. This term is derived from the biblical Philistines, who were known for their hostility towards the arts and intellectual pursuits.

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• 42.

### A person or a thing which is unrivalled

• A.

Nonpareil

• B.

Nincompoop

• C.

Niggardly

• D.

Non sequitur

A. Nonpareil
Explanation
Nonpareil is the correct answer because it means a person or thing that is unrivaled or unparalleled. It is used to describe something or someone that is exceptional, unique, or of the highest quality. The other options, such as nincompoop, niggardly, and non sequitur, do not have the same meaning as unrivaled and are unrelated to the concept of being exceptional or unparalleled.

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• 43.

### A jocular person who is full of amusing anecdotes

• A.

Wiles

• B.

Yokel

• C.

Wag

• D.

Aeon

C. Wag
Explanation
A "wag" is a person who is known for their humorous and entertaining nature, often telling amusing stories or anecdotes. This person is jocular, meaning they have a playful and humorous personality. The other options, "Wiles," "Yokel," and "Aeon," do not accurately describe someone who is full of amusing anecdotes.

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• 44.

### A group of stars forming a pattern in the sky

• A.

Galaxy

• B.

Constellation

• C.

Orbit

• D.

Stellar

B. Constellation
Explanation
A constellation refers to a group of stars that appear to form a recognizable pattern in the sky when viewed from Earth. These patterns have been named and identified by different cultures throughout history. Constellations help astronomers locate and study specific stars and celestial objects. They serve as a way to navigate the night sky and are often associated with mythological or cultural significance.

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• 45.

### Without risk of punishment

• A.

Impudent

• B.

Impunity

• C.

Inexorable

• D.

Imperturbable

B. Impunity
Explanation
Impunity means without risk of punishment. It refers to the freedom or exemption from the consequences or penalties that one would normally face for their actions. In this context, the word "impunity" is the best fit as it directly relates to the given phrase "without risk of punishment". The other options - impudent, inexorable, and imperturbable - do not convey the same meaning and are not related to the concept of being free from punishment.

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• 46.

### To fight tooth and nail.

• A.

To fight a losing battle

• B.

To oppose resolutely

• C.

To have a physical fight

• D.

To lodge a formal protest

B. To oppose resolutely
Explanation
The phrase "to fight tooth and nail" means to oppose or resist something with great determination and effort. It implies a strong and unwavering opposition, suggesting that one is willing to fight fiercely and use all available means to achieve their goal. Therefore, the correct answer "to oppose resolutely" aligns with this meaning, as it captures the idea of opposing something firmly and with determination.

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• 47.

### At one’s wit’s end.

• A.

To understand thoroughly

• B.

To be puzzled

• C.

To be a stupid person

• D.

To behave irrationally

B. To be puzzled
Explanation
The phrase "at one's wit's end" means to be extremely frustrated or confused, often because one has tried everything possible to solve a problem but still cannot find a solution. This aligns with the meaning of "to be puzzled," as someone who is puzzled is also confused or unsure about something. Therefore, "to be puzzled" is the correct answer that best captures the meaning of the phrase.

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• 48.

### The young engineer was hauled up for spilling the beans about the new project to the competitor.

• A.

Suppressing the information

• B.

Hiding the details

• C.

Revealing the information indiscreetly

• D.

Spoiling the plans

C. Revealing the information indiscreetly
Explanation
The correct answer is "Revealing the information indiscreetly." This means that the young engineer shared the details of the new project with the competitor without being cautious or careful about it. This action can be seen as a breach of trust and can potentially harm the project or the company's plans.

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• 49.

### The village headman pretends to be a good Samaritan.

• A.

A religious person

• B.

• C.

A citizen of Samaria

• D.

A law-abiding citizen

Explanation
The village headman pretends to be a helpful person. This suggests that the headman puts on a facade of being kind and supportive to others, possibly for personal gain or to maintain a positive image in the community. It implies that the headman's actions may not be genuine or sincere, and that their helpfulness may be superficial or insincere.

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• 50.

### The bus had a close shave as its driver swerved to the right a split-second before the on-coming truck could run into it.

• A.

Serious accident

• B.

Close collision

• C.

Narrow escape

• D.

Deep dent

C. Narrow escape
Explanation
The phrase "close shave" is commonly used to describe a situation where someone narrowly avoids a dangerous or unpleasant outcome. In this case, the bus driver's quick reaction of swerving to the right prevented a collision with the oncoming truck, resulting in a narrow escape from a serious accident. Therefore, the correct answer is "Narrow escape."

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