# Daily Puzzle Questions (12-07-2020)

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## Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :

### Pre Level Puzzle :

Ashwini, Priya, Sudha, Rani, Meeta, Geeta and Mukta are sitting around a circle facing the centre.

Ashwini is third to the left of Mukta and to the immediate right of Rani. Priya is second to the left of Geeta, who is not an immediate neighbor of Meeta.

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### Mains Level Puzzle :

Puzzle 1

Nine persons namely, B, G, M, N, O, P, Q, T, and X are seated in a straight line having ten seats, five of them are facing towards south direction while four of them are facing towards north direction. One seat is vacant in the line. Each of them likes different flowers viz. Daffodil, Lily, Orchid, Lotus, Daisy, Marigold, Sunflower, Tulip, and Rose, but not necessarily in the same order.

G sits third to the left of P, who likes Lily. The one who likes Daisy sits at the extreme end of the row. Neither X nor M sits at the extreme end of the line and none of them likes Marigold. There is one vacant space between G and O. One of the immediate neighbor of N faces in the opposite direction to N and another one likes Daffodil. The immediate neighbors of P face opposite direction and none of them likes Marigold. O is the only neighbor of B, who faces to the south and likes Rose. T sits second to the left of X, whose immediate neighbor likes Marigold. N faces in the same direction as P and sits third to the left of T, who likes Orchid. Q is not an immediate neighbor of G. Q doesn’t face towards the south. Sunflower is liked by the person who sits to the immediate left of G and faces in the opposite direction as T.

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