(Sample Material) CSAT Online Coaching : Logical reasoning and analytical ability "Punchlines"


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Subject: Logical reasoning and analytical ability

Topic: Punch lines

Directions (Q. No. 1 to 4) We come across many funny incidents related to different walks of life. One of the funny incidents is the punchline or a climax-which gives the incidents a sudden transformation or twist (into something not expected). It is this punchline which makes the incident funny. In each of the funny questions an incident is described but the punchline is missing-indicated by a blank. After the incident, two statements numbered I and II are given. Considering the incident, you have to decide which of the two statements fits as a punchline.

1.A doctor warned his patient: “You must stop smoking, otherwise you might___”
I. set fire to my couch
II. not be able to pay my bills

(a) Only I fits
(b) Only II fits
(c) None fits
(d) Both I and II fits and the wavelengths or approach in both the statements are also more or less the same

2.Judge: “Are you guilty?” Prisoner
 I. “I haven’t heard the evident yet”
II. “Who is not; your honour”

(a) Only I
(b) Only II
(c) Neither
(d) Both with same idea

3.A : “Has your wife stopped fighting with you?”
B : _________
I. Yes, she died
II. No, she is still alive

(a) Only I
(b) Neither
(c) Only II
(d) Both with contrasting ideas.

4. I’ve been feeding my dog garlic.
I. His barki is worse than his bite.
II. He may be needing onions, may be

(a) Only I
(b) Only II
(c) Both with same idea
(d) Both with contrasting ideas

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