Practice Test


1) Statements (A) All cats are dogs.
(B) All dogs are brown.
Conclusion I. All cats are brown.
ii. All brown are dogs.


2) Statement (A) All computers are pentiums.
(B)Some pentiums are machines.
Conclusion I. Some computers are machine.
II. Some machines are computers.


3) Statement (A) Some apple are fruit.
(B) Some fruit are sour.
Conclusion (I) Some apple are sour.
(II)Some sour are fruit.


4) Statement (A) Some rods are sticks.
(B) Some scale are rods.
Conclusion (I) Some sticks are rods.
(II) Some scale are sticks.


5) Statement: (A) Architects marry only fair girl.
(B) Bimla is very fair.
Conclusion: (I) Bimla was married to an Architect.
(II)Bimla was not married to Architect.


6) Statement: (A) Sehwag is a good batsman.
(B) Batsman are physically powerful.
Conclusion: (I) All physically powerful are batsman.
(II) Sehwag is physically powerful.


7) Statement: (A) Some cats are white.
(B) Milk is white.
Conclusion: (I) Some cat is milk.
(II) Some white is milk.


8) Statement: (A) All pens are long.
(B) All pencil are long.
Conclusion: (I) All pens are pencils.
(II) Some pens are pencils.


9) Statement: (A) All resort have scenery.
(B) Mahabaleshwar is a resort.
Conclusion: (I) Mahabaleshwar has scenery.
(II) Places other than resort don't have scenery.


10) Statement: (A) All teenagers go to cinema.
(B) Raveesh doesn't go to cinema
Conclusion: (I) Raveesh is not a teenager.
(II) Going to cinema is not essential to be a teenager.


11) Statement: (A) Some apples are fruits.
(B) All vegetables are fruits.
(C) All fruits are vegetables.
Conclusion: (I) Some apples are vegetable.
(II) All vegetables are fruits.
(III) All fruits are apples.
(IV) All vegetables are apples


12) Statement: (A) Some cars are four wheeler.
(B) All four wheeler are vehicles.
(C) Some vehicles are SUVs.
Conclusion: (I) Some SUVs are four wheeler.
(II) Some vehicles are four wheeler.
(III) Some vehicles are cars.
(IV) Some SUVs are cars.


13) Statement: (A) All principals are men.
(B) Some women are principals.
(C) All humans are women.
Conclusion: (I) All humans are men.
(II) Some humans are principals.
(III) Some men are principals.
(IV) All women are men.


14) Statement: (A) Most architects are writers.
(B) No writer is driver.
(C) All driver are architects.
Conclusion: (I) Some writer are architects.
(II) All architects are driver.
(III) No driver is a writer.
(IV) Some driver is writers.


15) Statement: (A) All registers are book.
(B) All books are written material.
(C) All written materials are novels.
Conclusion: (I) All books are novels.
(II) All written material register.
(III) All registers are novels.
(IV) All novels are books.


16) Statement: (A) Some cats are animals.
(B) Some animals are mammals.
(C) Some mammals are earthlings.
Conclusion: (I) Some earthlings are cats.
(II) Some mammals are cats.
(III) Some earthlings are animals.
(IV) Some cats are earthlings.


17) Statement: (A) No apple is mango.
(B) All mangoes are fruits.
(C) All fruit are vegetarians.
Conclusion: (I) No fruit is apple.
(II) No vegetarian is apple.
(III) Some vegetarians are mango.
(IV) Some vegetarians are apples.


18) Statement: (A) All pen are pencils.
(B) Some pencils are markers.
(C) All markers are ball points.
Conclusion: (I) Some markers are pens.
(II) Some ball point are pencils.
(III) Some ball point are pens.
(IV) Some pencils are pen.


19) Statement: (A) Some dogs are cats.
(B) Some cats are hounds.
(C) Some hounds are animals.
Conclusion: (I) Some animals are dogs.
(II) Some hounds are dogs.
(III) Some animals are cats.
(IV) No animals are cats.


20) Statement: (A) All leaves are fruits.
(B) No fruit are vegetable.
(C) All vegetables are panthers.
Conclusion: (I) Some fruit are leaves.
(II) All fruit are leaves.
(III) Some panthers are vegetables.
(IV) All panthers are vegetables


21) Statement: (A) Some panthers are cats.
(B) All cats are mammals.
(C) Some mammals are not panthers.
Conclusion: (I) Some mammals are panthers.
(II) All panthers are mammals.
(III) All cats are mammals.
(IV) All mammals are panthers.


22) Statement: (A) Some young are boys.
(B) All boys are actors.
(C) Some actors are cars
Conclusion: (I) Some actors are young.
(II) Some cars are young.
(III) Some cars are boys.
(IV) Some boys are young.


23) Statement: (A)All actors are male.
(B) Some artist are males.
(C) All singers are artists.
Conclusion: (I) Some artist are actors.
(II) Some singers are males.
(III) Some males are actors.
(IV) No singers are male.


24) Statement: (A) All cats are drakes.
(B) No drake is mare.
(C) All mares are animals.
Conclusion: (I) No cat is mare.
(II) Some animals are mares.
(III) Some drakes is cats.
(IV) Some cats is mares.


25) Statement: (A) Some cars are vehicles.
(B) Some vehicles are machine.
(C) Some machines are mechanics.
Conclusion: (I) Some mechanics are machine.
(II) Some vehicles are cars.
(III) Some machines are cars.
(IV) Some mechanics are vehicles.


26) Statement: (A) All desks are boards.
(B) All boards are flat.
(C) All flats are white.
Conclusion: (I) All whites are desks.
(II) All boards are white.
(III) Some white are flat.
(IV) Some flats are desks.


27) Statement: (A) Some opels are televisions.
(B) Some television are bulbs.
(C) All tubes are bulbs.
Conclusion: (I) Some opels are tubes.
(II) Some opels are bulbs.
(III) No tube is opel.
(IV) All bulbs are tubes.


28) Statement: (A) Some trains are cars.
(B) All cars are rivers.
(C) Some road are rivers.
Conclusion: (I) Some rivers are trains.
(II) Some roads are trains.
(III) Some roads are cars.
(IV) Some rivers are roads.


29) Statement: (A) All cats are lions.
(B) Some lions are mice.
(C) All mice are giraffes.
Conclusion: (I) Some mice are cats.
(II) Some giraffes are lions.
(III) Some giraffes are cats.
(IV)Some giraffes are mice.


30) Statement: (A) All pencils are pens.
(B) No pens are markers.
(C) All markers are drawings.
Conclusion: (I) No pencil is a marker.
(II) No pencil is drawing.
(III) Some drawings are pens.
(IV) Some markers are pencils.


31) Statement: (A) Some apple are flowers.
(B) No flower is papayas.
(C) All papayas are baskets.
Conclusion: (I) Some apple are baskets.
(II) Some basket are papayas.
(III) Some baskets are apples.
(IV) Some flowers are apples.


32) Statement: (A) Some cars are horses.
(B) All horses are guns.
(C) All guns are cows.
Conclusion: (I) Some cows are cars.
(II) Some cows are horses.
(III)Some cows are guns.
(IV) Some cars are guns


33) Statement: (A) Some desks are apartments.
(B) All apartment are cars.
(C)Some cars trucks.
Conclusion: (I) Some desks are trucks.
(II) Some desks are cars.
(III) Some cars are apartment.
(IV) No truck is a desk.


34) Statement: (A) All cats are cows.
(B) All horses are cows.
(C) Some cows are bulls.
Conclusion: (I) Some cats are horses.
(II) Some horses are bulls.
(III) Some bulls are cats.
(IV) All bulls are cows.


35) Statement: (A) Some cats are elephants.
(B) No elephant is river.
(C) All rivers are roads.
Conclusion: (I) No cat is river.
(II) Some roads are rivers.
(III) Some elephants are cats.
(IV) Some cats are rivers.


36) Statement: (A) All mirrors are phones.
(B) Some phone are gadgets.
(C) All gadgets are mirrors.
Conclusion: (I) Some gadget are phones.
(II) Some gadget are mirrors.
(III) Some gadget are not mirrors.
(V)Some mirrors are phones.


37) Statement: (A) No proud is animals.
(B) Some ships are animals.
(C) All cats are ships.
Conclusion: (I) No cat is proud.
(II) Some cats are animals.
(III) No animal is cat.
(IV) Some proud are ships.


38) Statement: (A) All grapes are apples.
(B) All papayas are apples.
(C) Some apple are mangoes.
Conclusion: (I) No grape is mango.
(II) Some papayas are not mangoes.
(III) Some grapes are papayas.
(IV) All mangoes are grapes.


39) Statement: (A) Some bats are rackets.
(B) Some rackets are bats.
(C) Some bats are balls.
Conclusion: (I) Some balls are bats.
(II) Some balls are not bats.
(III) No racket is ball.
(IV) No bat is ball.


40) Statement: (A) All stereos are cds.
(B) Some stereos are cassettes.
(C) Some cds is pens.
Conclusion: (I) Some pens are stereos
(II) Some cds is cassettes.
(III) Some pens are cassettes.
(IV) All stereos are pens.


41) Statement: (A) Some sacks are backs.
(B) All backs are bones.
(C) No bones is muscle.
Conclusion: (I) Some sacks are not muscles.
(II) Some sacks are not bones.
(III) All sacks are bones.
(IV) No sacks is muscle.


42) Statement: (A) All rackets are jackets.
(B) No cow is cat.
(C) Only cats are dogs.
Conclusion: (I) Some rackets are not cats.
(II) Some cats are jackets.
(III) Some rackets are cats.
(IV) No dog is a cow.


43) Statement: (A) All stairs are lifts.
(B) No lifts is an escalator.
(C) Some escalators are helicopters.
Conclusion: (I) No stairs is an escalator.
(II) Some helicopters are not escalators.
(III) Some stairs are planes.
(IV) Some helicopters are escalators.


44) Statement: (A) All boxes are cartons.
(B) All cartons are packages.
(C) Some packages are letters.
(D) No box is a parcel.
Conclusion: (I) All boxes are packages.
(II) Some boxes are not cartons.
(III) All packages are letters.
(IV) Some packages are not letters.


45) Statement: (A) Most bull are cows.
(B) No bull is horse.
(C) All horses are cows.
Conclusion: (I) Some cows are not horses.
(II) All cows are not horses.
(III) Some bulls are cows.
(IV) Some bulls are not horses.


46) Statement: (A) Many perfumes are diamonds.
(B) All aspirins are powder.
(C) No perfumes is powder.
Conclusion: (I) Some diamonds are not powders.
(II) Some diamonds are powders.
(III) No aspirins are perfumes.
(IV) Some diamonds are not aspirins.


47) Statement: (A) All bulls are bells.
(B) Some bulls are cows.
(C) Some bells are chairs.
Conclusion: (I) Some cows are chairs.
(II) Some bells are bulls.
(III) All bells are cow.
(IV) All bells are bulls.


48) Statement: (A) Some cakes are bikes.
(B) Some bikes are hills.
(C) All laptops are bikes.
Conclusion: (I) All laptops are hills.
(II) Some laptops are cakes.
(III) Some cakes are hills.
(IV) Some laptops are not cakes.


49) Statement: (A) Some pots are pans.
(B) Some pans are cookers.
(C) Some cookers are rafts.
Conclusion: (I) Some rafts are pans.
(II) Some cookers are pots.
(III) Some rafts are pans.
(IV) Some pots are cookers.


50) Statement: (A) Most chairs are tables.
(B) No chairs are trolleys.
(C) All trolleys are tables.
Conclusion: (I) Some tables are not trolleys.
(II) All tables are not trolleys.
(III) Some chairs are tables.
(IV) Some chairs are not trolleys.


51) (A) All Martians eat sausages.
(B) All those who eat sausages are not Martians.
(C) All those who eat sausages are Martians.
(D) All Martians are carnivorous.
(E) All those who eat sausages are carnivorous.
(F) Martians are herbivorous.


52) (A) All lotuses have flowers.
(B) All lotuses have nectar.
(C) All plants with nectar have flowers.
(D) All shrubs have lotuses.
(E) All shrubs have nectar.
(F) Some lotuses have flowers.


53) (A) No summer is a season.
(B) Some season are summers.
(C) Some season are winters.
(D) No season are winters.
(E) Some summer are not winters.
(F) All summers are winters.


54) (A) All falcons fly high.
(B) All falcons are blind.
(C) All falcons are bird
(D) All birds are yellow.
(E) All birds are thirsty.
(F) All falcons are yellow.


55) (A) No nails are wires.
(B) Some hooks are wires.
(C) All hooks are nails.
(D) Some wires are not nails.
(E) No wire is a hook.
(F) All nails are hooks.


56) (A) Some dabba are cobra.
(B) All dabba are chabi.
(C) All cobra are dabba.
(D) All cobra are not dabba.
(E) Some chabi are dabba.
(F)Some chabi are cobra.


57) (A) No train is a claim.
(B) All heads are claims.
(C) No head are not trains.
(E) Some trains are heads.
(F) some claims are not trains.


58) (A) All balls are Barbie.
(B) All bats are Barbie,.
(C) All bats are balls.
(D) Some bats are Barbie.
(E) Some Barbie are balls.
(F) No ball is Barbie.


59) (A) Some apartments are not multistories.
(B) Some multistories are not apartment.
(C) No house is a skyscraper.
(D) All multistories are houses.
(E) Some multistories are apartments.
(F) Some houses are not apartments.


60) (A) All bows are arrows.
(B) No arrow is casket.
(C) No bow is a casket.
(D) Some casket are arrows.
(E) Some casket are arrows.
(F) No casket is a bow.


61) (A) Some soaps are not shampoos.
(B) Some shampoos are not soaps.
(C) No oil is shampoo.
(D) All shampoos are oils.
(E) Some shampoos are soaps.
(F)Some who are oil are not soaps.


62) (A) Some humans are late.
(B) All humans are bad.
(C) All late things are humans.
(D) All late things are bad.
(E) Some bad things are humans.
(F) Some bad things are late.


63) (A) All Shomes are bright.
(B) No bright are Bands.
(C) Some Shomes are Bands.
(D) Some Bands are bright.
(E) No Tom is a Band.
(F) No Band is a Shome.


64) (A) All sorcerors are hasty.
(B) Some daredevils are hasty.
(C) All sorcerors are daredevils.
(D) All daredevils are hasty.
(E) Some hasty are daredevils.
(F) No sorceror is pasty.


65) (A) No mango is lingo.
(B) All tangos are lingos.
(C) No tango is mango.
(D) Some tangos are not mangoes.
(E) Some mangoes are tangos.
(F) Some lingos are not mangoes.


66) (A) Some irons are made of steel.
(B) All steel is made of copper.
(C) All copper is used for making irons.
(D) Some steel is copper.
(E) Some irons are used for steel.
(F) Some copper is used for steel.


67) (A) No tiger is carnivorous.
(B) All animals are carnivorous.
(C) Cats are carnivorous.
(D) No cat is a tiger.
(E) No tiger is animal.
(F) All cats are animals.


68) (A) No brother is a pro.
(B) Some pro's like to work.
(C) No Indian is rude.
(D)Some rude are pros.
(E) Some pro are Indians.
(F) All Indians like to work.


69) (A) Apples are fruits.
(B) All apples are pears.
(C) Some fruit are pears.
(D) Some apples are pears.
(E) All fruits are sweet.
(F) Some pears are sweet.


70) (A) Santros are RIMs.
(B) Santros are cars.
(C) RIms are cars.
(D) Fords are cars.
(E) RIMs are Fords.
(F) Fords are stable.


71) I. Some Xs are Ps. Some Ps are Ys. Some Xs are Ys.
II. All Chandis are beautiful. Some beautiful are crazy. Some Chandis are crazy.
III. No belief is strong. Only strong have muscles. No belief has muscles.
IV. All orangutans are men. Some men are strong. Some orangutans are strong.


72) I. Some bikes are mopeds. All mopeds are scooters. Some bikes are scooters.
II. All children are hairs. No hairs are red. No children are red.
III. No pencil is pen. Some pens are markers. Some pencils are markers.
IV. Every man a wife. All wives are devoted. No devoted has a husband.


73) I No moon is not red. All stars are moon. All stars are red.
II. All doors are open. No open is outdoors. All doors are not outdoors.
III. No Japanese can fire. All Chinese are books. Japanese and Chinese can fight.
IV. No A is B. No B is C. No A is C.


74) I. All envelopes are rectangle. All rectangles are rectangular. All envelops are rectangular.
II. Some thin are smart. Some smart things are tiny. Some thin are tiny.
III. Learneds are well read. Well read know. Learneds know.
IV. Dieting is good for health, Health foods are rare. Dieting is rare.


75) I. Shahrukh is an actor. Some actors are pretty. Shahrukh is pretty.
II. Some executives are soldiers. All soldiers are patriotic. Some executives are patriotic.
III. All cricketers are patriotic. Some executives are soldiers. Some executives are patriotic.
IV. All actors are pretty. Shahrukh is not an actor. Shahrukh is not pretty.


76) (A) All tigers lay eggs.
(B) All cats lay eggs.
(C) Some cats can fly.
(D) All tiger cannot fly.
(E) All tigers are cats.
(F) All tigers cannot swim.


77) (A) Some curtains are cloth.
(B) All cloth is wood.
(C) All that is wood is cloth.
(D) All cloth are curtains.
(E) All curtains are wood.
(F) Some curtains are wood.


78) (A) All balls are talls.
(B) Some talls are dolls.
(C) Some dolls are balls.
(D) Some talls are not balls.
(E) All talls are dolls.
(F) No talls are dolls.


79) (A) Some stone is bone.
(B) All slipper is bone.
(C) All bone is stone.
(D) No one is slipper.
(E) No bone is stone.
(F) Some bone is slipper.


80) (A) No rice is a pest.
(B) All pest is lice.
(C) Some rice is lice.
(D) All rice is pest.
(E) All rice is lice.
(F) No rice is lice.


81) Statement: a. Some cakes are bikes.
b. Some bikes are hills.
c. All laptops are bikes.
Conclusion: I. All laptops are hills.
II. Some laptops are cakes.
III. Some cakes are hills.
IV. Some laptops are not cakes.


82) (A) No hyenas laugh. Some who laugh are lions. Some lions are not hyenas.
(B) All ghost are red. Some ghost do not dance. Some dancers are not red.
(C) Australians indulge in swearing. Those who swear are fined. Some who are fined are not Australians.
(D) Some European are Spanish. All Europeans are British. Some British are Spanish.


83) (A) All Pakistanis are brave. All baskets are Pakistanis: All brave are baskets.
(B) No golfers are Asian. All golfer are athletic. Some Asian are pros.
(C) All burgers are chips. Some refreshments are burgers. Some refreshment are chips.
(D) Some bowlers are fast. All bowlers are spinners. Some spinners are fast.


84) Statement: Ahmedabad has a lower a population and hence is a safer place to live.
Conclusion: I. A city which has less population is a better place to live.
II. Ahmedabad has lower number of crimes than Bombay.


85) Statement: All students of my class have a bright chance in their examination.
Conclusion: I. I teach them the whole syllabus thoroughly.
II. All the students are intelligent.


86) Statement: Anyone who manages an engineering organisation like Tata Motors can only be successful if he has the knowledge of the professional work that is carried on in the organisation.
Conclusion:
I. If you want to run any company, it is essential that you should know the professional work associated with it.
II. In order to manage an engineering organisation like Tata Motors, it is essential to have an engineering education background.


87) Statement:
According to Baba Ramdev " Values, integrity and peace of mind are essential for a beautiful life."
Conclusion:
I. Baba Ramdev believes that each of values, integrity and peace of mind are essential for a beautiful life.
II. Baba Ramdev believes that materialistic person can not a beautiful life.


88) Statement: Indian won the second test match against Pakistan by one innings and two hundred and three runs. The greatest contribution was from the bowlers.
Conclusion:
I. Most of the Indian players are bowlers.
II. It was India's biggest win against Pakistan.


89) Statement:
A degree in a law is one of the most wanted degrees by youth in India.
Conclusion:
I. A degree in law guarantees a good profession.
II. A degree in a law is the first choice for youth in India.


90) Statement:
Protinex is beneficial for muscular body.
Conclusion:
I. All athletes take protinex.
II. We should take protinex for muscular body.


91) Statement:
Most student of the LU BMS program are bright.
Conclusion:
I. Many companies visit the LU BMS program for campus placement.
II. Some of the student of LU BMS are not bright.


92) Statement:
India is the largest exporter of Lichi.
Conclusion:
I. India only export Lichi.
II. China an Japan are most important customer of Lichi from India.


93) Statement:
SRK is a famous film star. SRK earns handsome amounts every year through advertisement of products he endorses.
Conclusion":
I. All famous film star earns handsome amount through advertisement.
II. SRK, being famous, endorses only famous brands.


94) Statement:
Reputed management institutes focus on both quality and advertisement.
Conclusion:
I. There are only two important factors for a reputed management institute: quality and advertising.
II. Small management institutes focus on only one of quality and advertisement.


95) Statement:
The Australian Cricket team scored 300 runs out of which Andrew Symonds scored 151 runs.
Conclusion:
I. Andrew Symonds was the highest run scorer of the match.
II. Symonds scored 66 runs in singles only.


96) Statement:
Due to the onset of monsoon there is a sharp hike in the price of alphonso mangoes.
Conclusion:
I. Alphonso mangoes are in demand at any price.
II. The onset of monsoon affects the market for alphonso mangoes.


97) Statement:
What is an RDX explosive? From the outside it looks like a simple harmless object, but its real contents are so deadly that they are sufficient to blast off an entire compartment of a train or even a plane.
Conclusion:
I. The RDX explosive can cause massive destruction by killing a number of person with a single explosive.
II. The RDX explosive is only used to blast planes/train as it is difficult to recognize in such setting.


98) Statement:
Don't park here. If you violate this no parking sign, a penalty of Rs 5000 will be charged.
Conclusion:
I. The same penalty is charged for every wrong parking offence.
II. This warning is written outside all non- parking zones.


99) Statement:
Whenever there is a match between India and Pakistan, Mr. Sahai takes leave from his office. Mr. Sahai is in office today.
Conclusion:
I. Today there is no match between India and Pakistan.
II. Mr. Sharma always goes to his office expect on India- Pakistan match days.


100) Statement:
All the male members of my family are either software engineers or MBAs.
Conclusion:
I. Mrs. Meena is a member of my family. She is either a software engineer or an MBA.
II. Mr.Prakash is a member of my family. He is either a software engineer or an MBA.


101) Statement:
All politicians are honest. Radha Devi is an honest lady.
Conclusion:
I. She is a politician.
II. She is not interested in politics.


102) Statement:
If the temperature remains constant the wind speeds will be below 100 Kmph. Wind speeds were above 100 Kmph.
Conclusion:
I. Temperature was not constant.
II. Temperature was fluctuating.


103) Statement:
Without abundant rains, there will be a decline in the water level beneath the earth. This year, the rains were deficient.
Conclusion:
I. The water level must have declined.
II. Millions of people ere in trouble because of shortage of water?


104) Statement:
Any student is caught red- handed using unfair means discredits his parents and teachers.
Conclusion:
I. Such student try to show that their teachers don't teach properly in class.
II. Stringent actions must be taken against such students.


105) Statement:
Laughter is the best medicine.
Conclusion:
a. All medicine have Benzene enzymes.
b. Laughter is good for health.
c. All medicine that make you laugh are good.
d. Stand up comedy shows on television are a good source of laughter.


106) Statement:
1. Private companies employees work for five working days with 9 workings hour everyday.
2. IOC's employees work for 6 working days a week and 8 working hours a day.
Conclusion:
a. IOC's employees are better than private companies employees.
b. IOC's employees work more than Private companies employees.
c. Private companies employees work more than IOC's employees.
d. IOC's employees are more efficient than that of private companies.


107) Statement:
1.All athletes in the Asian Athletics teams are talented.
2. All Indian athletes are now in the Asian athletics team.
Conclusion:
a. Some Indian athletes are talented.
b. All Indian athletes are talented.
c. India does not have any athletics team.
d. India has more cricketers than athletics


108) Statement:
1. Next year salary of all people working in the Bata Hindicom will increase by Rs 1 lac per year.
2. The current income difference between two employees of Bata Hindicom, Arun and Subhash is Rs 2 lacs.
Conclusion:
a. Arun's salary would be higher after the increment in salary.
b. Subhash's salary will be higher than Arun's from the next year.
c. The difference between Arun and Subhash's salary will remain constant.
d. None conclusion follows.


109) Bombay is more expensive than Delhi. Delhi is more expensive than Calcutta. Bombay is more expensive than Calcutta.


110) Basket ball player are generally tall. Jeevan is the basket ball player. So Jeevan is tall.


111) Statement:
1. Some actor are dancer.
2. All those who are dancer, are paid well.
Conclusion:
Some actor are paid well.


112) Statement:
Teachers punish student when they do not complete their homework. Ravi ( a teacher) punished Soni in school today.
Conclusion:
Soni did not do her homework.


113) Statement:
Smart managers are those who hire smart employees.
Conclusion:
To be a smart manager, I just have to hire smart employees.


114) STATEMENTS
1. Some European are Aryans
2. Some Asian are Aryans.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Every Aryan is either European or Asian
II. Some Aryans are European as well as Asian
III.No Aryans is Asian as well as European.
IV. Some Aryans are neither Asian nor European.


115) STATEMENTS
1. All fathers are sons.
2. All sons are brothers.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All fathers are brothers.
II. Some fathers are not brothers.
III. All sons are fathers.
IV. All brothers are sons.


116) STATEMENTS
1. Some chocolates are biscuits.
2. All biscuits are nuts.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All nuts are biscuits.
II. Some chocolates are nuts.
III. Some chocolates are not nuts.
IV. All biscuits are chocolates.


117) STATEMENTS
1. Some children are mothers.
2. All mothers are females.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Only those mothers are children which are not females.
II. Some children are females.
III. Some children are not female.
IV. All females are mothers.


118) STATEMENTS
1. Tony is taller than Binny but shorter than Hick.
2. Penny is taller than Ravi but shorter than Manu who is shorter than Binny.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Ravi is the shortest.
II. Tony is taller than Penny.
III. Manu is shorter than Hick.
IV. Penny is shorter than Binny.


119) STATEMENTS
1. Bus is lighter than truck but heavier than scooter.
2. Car is lighter than moped but heavier than truck.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Scooter is the lightest.
II. Car is heavier than Bus.
III. Moped is heavier than truck.
IV. Bus is lighter than moped.


120) STATEMENTS
1. Some flowers are fruits.
2. All fruits are vegetables.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some flowers are vegetables.
II. Some vegetables are fruits.
III. Some flowers are not vegetables.
IV. Some fruits are flowers.


121) STATEMENTS
1. All boys are heros.
2. All heros are blacks.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All boys are blacks
II. Some boys are not black.
III. Every hero is either boy or black.
IV. Some blacks are neither boys nor hero.


122) STATEMENTS
Footballers have more stamina than hockey players.
2. Swimmers have more stamina than footballers.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Swimmers have more stamina than hockey players.
II. Footballers have as much as swimmers.
III. Hockey players have more stamina than swimmers.
IV. Players have same stamina irrespective of the games they play.


123) STATEMENTS
1. All airports are railways - stations
2. All bus - stops are airports.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All bus - stops are railway - stations.
II. Some railway - stations are not airports.
III. All airports are bus - stops.
IV. No railway stations is a bus - stop.


124) STATEMENTS
1. Some teachers are doctors.
2. All engineers are doctors.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All doctors are engineers.
II. Some teachers are engineers.
III. No teachers is an engineer.
IV. Some doctors are not teachers.


125) STATEMENTS
1. Some examinations are matches.
2. All matches are games.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some examination are games.
II. No examinations is a game.
III. All games are match.
IV. Some matches are not games.


126) STATEMENTS
1. Some lemons are green fruits.
2. Some lemons are yellow fruits.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Every lemon is either green or yellow fruit.
II. Some lemons are green fruits as well as yellow fruits.
III. The lemons which are green are not yellow.
IV. No lemon is red.


127) STATEMENTS
1. All brother are mothers
2. All professionals are mothers.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All mothers are professionals.
II. Some brothers are not professionals.
III. Some mothers are professionals.
IV. Every mother is either professional or brother.


128) STATEMENT
1. All eggs are almonds.
2. All almonds are grapes.
CONCLUSIONS
I. All eggs are not grapes.
II. All eggs are grapes.
III. Some grapes are almonds.
IV. All almonds are grapes.


129) STATEMENTS
Some swimmers are athletes.
2. All athletes are authors.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some swimmers are authors.
II. all authors are athletes.
III. Every athlete is either author or swimmer.
IV. No author is swimmer.


130) STATEMENTS
1. Trees are bigger than butter but smaller yuan flowers.
2. Fruits are bigger than flowers but smaller than bread.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Butter is smaller than fruits.
II. Bread is bigger than fruits.
III. Trees are smaller than fruits.
IV. Flowers are between fruits and trees.


131) STATEMENTS
1.Some books are cats.
2. Some cats are dogs.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some dogs are birds.
II. Some books are dogs.
III. All dogs are cats.
IV. All books are dogs.


132) STATEMENTS
1. All students are animals.
2. No bird is an animal.
CONCLUSIONS
I. No bird IS A STUDENT.
II. Some animals are birds.
III. All animals are student.
IV. Some students are birds.


133) STATEMENTS
1. All poems are song.
2. Some songs are comics.
CONCLUSIONS
I. Some poems are not songs.
II. Some songs are comics.
III. No comic is a poem.
IV. All songs are comic.


134) A. All factories employ engineers.
B. TELCO employs engineers.
C. TELCO is an engineering company.
D. Some engineering companies employ engineers.
E.TELCO employs only engineers.


135) A. Smoke increases pollution.
B. Increase in pollution is a danger to life.
C. Smoke is a danger to life.
D. Some type of smokes do not cause increase in pollution.
E. Some type of smokes are not a danger to life.


136) A. Some politicians in India are corrupt.
B. All those who are corrupt should be hanged.
C. Mr. Mantri should be hanged.
D. Mr. Mantri is corrupt.
E. Some politicians in India should be hanged.


137) A. No Indian is American.
B. Lata is not an American.
C. Lata is an Indian.
D. Lara is not an Indian.
E. Lara is an American.


138) Whose statement can neither be classified as true nor as false?


139) Who is/are truth-teller (s)?


140) Who among the following always tells lies?


141) All books are pages.
All pages are boxes.


142) All pens are elephants.
Some elephants are cats.


143) No train is a bus.
No bus is a truck.


144) All shares are debentures.
No debentures are deposits.


145) Many fathers are brothers.
All brothers are priests.


146) All VCRs are VCPs.
Many VCRs are smuggled.


147) Some cooks are crooks.
Some cooks are not spooks.


148) Some Zens are Esteems.
Some Zens are powerful.


149) Some pens are pencils.
All pencils are costly.


150) Some watches are latches.
Some latches are not catches.


151) No apple is an orange.
All bananas are oranges.


152) Some forms are books.
All books are made of paper.


153) Some books are not forms.
All books are made of paper.


154) No elections are fair.
Some expensive things are fair.


155) All toffees are chocolates.
Some toffees are not good for health.


156) Some locks are clocks.
No dock is a clock.


157) Some MAs are BAs.
All BAs are graduates.


158) Some shirts are shorts.
No shorts are trousers.


159) All shoes are socks.
Some shoes are not chappals.


160) Some tubes are bulbs.
No bulbs are fans.


161) Some candles are not sticks.
All pencils are sticks.


162) Some robots are not taboos.
Some robots are babus.


163) No trixie is a dixie.
Some dixies are prixies.


164) Some glues are igloos.
All igloos are ugly.


165) Some glues are not igloos.
All igloos are not ugly.


166) No ball is a bat.
Some bats are stumps.


167) Some caps are not taps.
All caps are laps.


168) Some racks are packs.
No packs are sacks.


169) No box is a bag.
Some bags are skybags.


170) No box is a bag.
Some bags are not skybags.


171) All blues are flues.
Some blues are not clues.


172) Some books are not nooks.
All books are looks.


173) No men are women.
All women are brutes.


174) No men are good.
Some good people are saints.


175) All ants wear pants.
All civilized people wear pants.


176) All lions are tigers.
Some lions do not eat flesh.


177) No monkeys are apes.
Some apes are chimpanzees.


178) Some baboons are oragnutans. No orangutan is a man.


179) No larks are sharks.
All sharks are parks.


180) Some PCs are ACs.
All ACs are DCs.