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Directions (1 –5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions. 
“Banks are digital today” is written as “Zi Li Ki Ti”, 
“Money transfer through banks” is written as “Di Ki Si Fi”, 
“Digital money easy today” is written as “Si Zi Ti Bi” and 
“Today we have leave” is written as “Gi Xi Vi Zi”. 
1. What is the possible code for “Easy for transfer”? 
A. Fi Bi Zi 
B. Di Ji Bi 
C. Bi Ti Ui 
D. Fi Li Xi 
E. None of these
2. If “Banks have money” is coded as “Gi Si Ki”, then what will be the code for “Leave”? 
A. Di 
B. Li 
C. Zi 
D. Vi 
E. Cannot be determined 
3. What is the code for “Transfer”? 
A. Di 
B. Ti 
C. Fi 
D. Cannot be determined 
E. Either Di or Fi
4. What is the word for the code “Si” in the given code language? 
A. Today 
B. Banks 
C. Money 
D. Digital 
E. Either a) or b) 
5. If “Money market easy” is written as “Bi Si Ci”, then what will be the code for “Market”? 
A. Bi 
B. Si 
C. Ci 
D. Either Si or Ci 
E. Cannot be determined 
Solution-
Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.  P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight friends sitting around a circular table. Four of them are facing towards the centre and four of them are facing away from the centre. All of them like a different fruit, viz. Apple, Mango, Banana, Avocado, Apricot, Cherry, Damson and Plum but not necessarily in the same order.  
T faces towards the centre and likes Apple. Both the immediate neighbours of T face away from the centre and like Banana or Avocado. S faces away from the centre. Both the immediate neighbours of S do not face away from the centre. T sits third to the right of U, who likes Apricot and faces away from the centre. R sits third to the left of U. The one who likes Banana sits opposite to U. The one who likes Mango is not the immediate neighbour of U and faces away from the centre. P sits second to the left of R and does not like Damson or Plum. The one who likes Damson sits between W and U. Q faces away from the centre and does not like Mango. 
6. Who among the following sits third to the right of V?  
A. P 
B. Q 
C. R 
D. S 
E. U 
7. Which of the following combinations is true?  
A. P – Apricot 
B. Q – Avocado 
C. V – Damson 
D. U – Banana 
E. None of these 
8. If all the people are made to sit in alphabetical order, in clockwise direction, starting from P, the position of who amongst the following remains the same? (excluding P)  
A. S 
B. T 
C. V 
D. W 
E. None of these 
9. Who among the following likes Cherry?  
A. W 
B. P 
C. R 
D. S 
E. None of these 
10. Which of the following statements is true about W?  
A. He sits second to the left of U. 
B. He sits third to the left of Q. 
C. He likes either Mango or banana. 
D. V and U are his immediate neighbours. 
E. His neighbours likes Apple and Damson. 
Solution-