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Daily Puzzle Questions In English Practice Sets :
Pre Level Puzzle :
Eight people Nainika, Virat, Vani, Vaibhav, Nakul, Viji, Namith and Naresh are sitting around a square table, four of them facing towards the centre while four of them facing outside but not necessarily in the same order.
Vaibhav sits fourth to right of Naresh. Vani is sitting to the immediate right of Vaibhav. Only one person sits between Namith and Vaibhav and both are facing the same directions. Namith sits fourth to the right of Viji, who doesn’t sit in the middle of the table. Viji is not a neighbour of Naresh and faces towards the centre. Vani sits adjacent to Namith, who faces the opposite direction of Vani. Nakul is to the immediate left of Vaibhav. Virat faces the opposite direction of Vani and sits second to the left of Vani. Nakul is sitting second to the left of Nainika, who faces the same direction as Viji. Naresh is facing towards the centre of the table.
Mains Level Puzzle :
There are seven students i.e. K, M, R, T, V, X and Z studying in different Std. I, II, III, IV, V, VI and VII but not necessarily in the same order. They are of different ages (in years) i.e. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 years old but not in same order. They like different subjects i.e. Sanskrit, Physics, Hindi, Math, Science, History and English.
The one who is of 6 years old likes Sanskrit. T studies in Std VII and does not like Hindi, Sanskrit and History but he is oldest among them. The one who likes English does not study in II and VII. The one who is of 9 years old studies in Std V. The one who likes History does not study in II, V and VI. X and V study in Std II and VI but not necessarily in the same order. Z studies in Std IV and does not like Sanskrit and History. M does not study in Std I and in Std III. X likes Science but is not of 7 and 8 years old. K does not study in Std III. V does not study in Std VI. K likes Math and youngest among them. The one who study in IV does not like English. The one who likes Sanskrit, does not study in Std III and V. R does not like Physics and is not of 8 years old.
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