Inferences Quiz – Verbal Reasoning Questions And Answers

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Inferences Quiz – Verbal Reasoning Questions And Answers

1. Should there be a law to punish parents who get their minor children married?

Arguments:

I. Yes, a minor girl is physiologically not prepared to conceive a baby.
II. No, this has been a custom prevailing since many centuries.
 
 
 
 

2. Should the institute conduct classes in remote villages?

Arguments:

I. Yes, this will help those students who belong to villages and cannot visit urban ares for studies.
II. No, this is not an economically viable proposal, as the number of students who attend such classes cannot contribute to break-even.
 
 
 
 
 

3. Are there any good politicians left in this world?

Arguments:

I. Yes, so many poor people are sustaining themselves and improving economically.
II. No, there is nothing in this world which is completely good or completely bad.
 
 
 
 

4. Are these sanctuaries, which are meant to protect the endangered animals, necessary?

Arguments:

I. Yes, these are necessary as it is our responsibility to conserve the environment and to provide posterity with a better world to live in.
II. No, these are a huge burden on our receding economy.
 
 
 
 
 

5. Should the teachers be stopped from beating the students?

Arguments:

I. Yes, child psychologies say that beating hinders the learning process in a child.
II. No, spare the cane and spoil the child.
 
 
 
 

6. Indian granite industry is in peril in the absence of a uniform policy from the State Governments, despite the thrust given by liberalization policies of the Union Government in the last two years. Compared to the remarkable progress in the field during the last three years, the absence of matching policies by State Governments had put granite quarry owners and others involved in the industry on the verge of collapse in the international market. The policies differed from state to state, had created problems as far as loyalty, dead rent and duration of the lease were concerned.

The granite production is largely controlled by individuals.
 
 
 
 

7. Indian granite industry is in peril in the absence of a uniform policy from the State Governments, despite the thrust given by liberalisation policies of the Union Government in the last two years. Compared to the remarkable progress in the field during the last three years, the absence of matching policies by State Governments had put granite quarry owners and others involved in the industry on the verge of collapse in the international market. The policies differed from state to state, had created problems as far as loyalty, dead rent and duration of lease were concerned.

The granite produced in India does not match with the quality of international level.
 
 
 
 

8. Indian granite industry is in peril in the absence of a uniform policy from the State Governments, despite the thrust given by liberalisation policies of the Union Government in the last two years. Compared to the remarkable progress in the field during the last three years, the absence of matching policies by State Governments had put granite quarry owners and others involved in the industry on the verge of collapse in the international market. The policies differed from state to state, had created problems as far as loyalty, dead rent and duration of lease were concerned.

The Union Government’s liberalisation policy became applicable to granite industry only during the last two years.
 
 
 
 

9. Indian granite industry is in peril in the absence of a uniform policy from the State Governments, despite the thrust given by liberalisation policies of the Union Government in the last two years. Compared to the remarkable progress in the field during the last three years, the absence of matching policies by State Governments had put granite quarry owners and others involved in the industry on the verge of collapse in the international market. The policies differed from state to state, had created problems as far as loyalty, dead rent and duration of lease were concerned.

Each state having granite quarry has set up its own rules which are contrary to the interest of the industry.
 
 
 
 

10. Indian granite industry is in peril in the absence of a uniform policy from the State Governments, despite the thrust given by liberalisation policies of the Union Government in the last two years. Compared to the remarkable progress in the field during the last three years, the absence of matching policies by State Governments had put granite quarry owners and others involved in the industry on the verge of collapse in the international market. The policies differed from state to state, had created problems as far as loyalty, dead rent and duration of lease were concerned.

Till three years ago, granite production in India was not profitable.
 
 
 
 

11. (a) My son is not old enough to vote.
(b) My son has handsome personality.
Inference : My son is a boy under 18 years of age.
 
 
 
 

12. (a) Either he is happy or he is poor.
(b) He is happy.

Inference : He is poor.
 
 
 
 

13. (a) I know a professor of a university.
(b) He has a beard.

Inference: All the professors of the university have a beard.
 
 
 
 

14. (a) Those who are honest are good teachers.
(b) Hard working people are honest

Inference : Hard work is the necessary quality of a good teacher.
 
 
 
 

15. (a) L is the brother of K.
(b) K is the friend of M.

Inference: L is the friend of M.
 
 
 
 

16. Statements: India's economy is depending mainly on forests.

Conclusions:
I. Trees should be preserved to improve Indian economy.
II. India wants only maintenance of forests to improve economic conditions.
 
 
 
 

17. Statements: Company X has a record of manufacturing cameras of quality and the latest design so that you do not spoil even a single shot irrespective of the weather conditions.

Conclusions:

I. No other company except X is reputed in the camera industry.
II. Anyone can take an acceptable shot with camera X.
 
 
 
 

18. Statements: I know nothing except the fact of my ignorance.

Conclusions:

I. Writer's knowledge is very poor.
II. The world of knowledge is too vast to be explored by a single person.
 
 
 
 

19. Statements: The President of XYZ Party indicated that 25 independent Members of Legislative Assembly (MLA) are seriously considering various options of joining some political party. But in any case all of them collectively will join one party only.

Conclusions:

I. The 25 independent MLAs will join XYZ party in a short period of time.
II. The 25 independent MLAs will join some other political party in a short period of time.
 
 
 
 

20. Statements: The interview panel may select a candidate who neither possesses the desired qualifications nor the values and attributes.

Conclusions:

I. The inclusion of specialists on the interview panel does not guarantee that the selection will be proper.
II. The interview test has certain limitations in the matter of selection of candidates.
 
 
 
 
 


 

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