Directions: (1 -15): In each question below, there are three or four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements

1).Statements:
All buildings are books

Conclusions:
II) All books are packs
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only I and III follow
c) Only II and III follow
d) All I, II and III follows
e) None of these

2).Statements:
All cups are circle
Some circles are drums
All drums are blue

Conclusions:
I) Some blue are cups
II) Some blue are circles
III) Some drums are cups
a) Only I follow
b) Only II follows
c) Only III follow
d) All I, II and III follows
e) None of these

3).Statements:
Some bikes are cycles
Some cycles are trains
Some trains are rocket

Conclusions:
I) Some trains are cycles
II) Some trains are bikes
III) Some rocket are bikes
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only I and III follow
c) Only II and III follow
d) All I, II and III follows
e) None of these

4).Statements:
All dogs are pets
Some pets are rats
All rats are bats

Conclusions:
I) Some bats are pets
II)Some bats are dogs
III) Some rats are pets
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only II and III follow
c) Only I and III follow
d) All I, II and III follows
e) None of these

5).Statements:
All pens are cats
All cats are rings
All rings are mats

Conclusions:
I) Some rings are pens
II) Some mats are cats
III) Some mats are pens
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only I and III follow
c) Only II and III follow
d) All I, II and III follows
e) None of these

6)Statements:
Some tables are sticks
All sticks are houses
All houses are buildings

Conclusions:
I) All houses are sticks
II) Some buildings are sticks
III) Some houses are tables
a) Only II and III follow
b) Only I and II follows
c) Only I and III follow
d) All I,II and III follows
e) None of these

7).Statements:
Some boxes are chairs

Conclusions:
I) Some tents are chairs
III)No chairs is tents
a) Only either I or II follows
b) Only either I or III follows
c) Only either II or III follows
d) All I,II and III follows
e) None of these

8).Statements:
All cups are stars
Some stars are jugs
No jug is glass
Some glasses are tables

Conclusions:
I) Some tables are stars
II) Some glass are cups
III) No table is stars
IV)Some jugs are cups
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only I, II and III follows
c) Only either I or III follows
d) Only either I or III follows
e) None of these

9).Statements:
Some chairs are bottles
All bottles are pots
All pots are rats
Some rats are buses

Conclusions:
I) Some buses are bottles
II) Some rats are chairs
III) No bus is bottles
IV) Some rats are bottles
a) Only I and II follows
b) Only I, II and III follows
c) Only either I or III and III follow
d) Only either I or III and IV follow
e) None of these

10).Statements:
All birds are handles
All handles are tigers
Some tigers are real
Some real are monkeys

Conclusions:
I) Some tigers are handles
II) Some monkeys are birds
III) Some tigers are birds
IV) Some monkeys are handles
a) All follow
b) Only I and III follow
c) Only II and IV follow
d) Only I and IV follow
e) None of these

11).Statements:
Some umbrellas are sticks.
Some sticks are balls.
Some balls are bats.
All bats are guns.

Conclusions:
I. Some balls are umbrellas.
II. Some guns are bats.
III. Some sticks are guns.
IV. Some balls are guns.
a) Only I, II and IV not follow
b) Only I and III not follow
c) Only III and IV not follow
d) Only II and IV not follow
e) None of these

12).Statements:
Some cards are notebooks.
Some notebooks are dictionaries.
Some dictionaries are files.
All files are envelopes.

Conclusions:
I. Some envelopes are notebooks.
II. Some files are notebooks.
III. Some cards are dictionaries.
IV. No dictionary is an envelope.
a) All not follows
b) Only I, II and III not follow
c) Only II and III not follow
d) Only III and IV not follow
e) None of these

13).Statements:
Some keys are letters.
All letters are locks.
All locks are numbers.
No number is a coin.

Conclusions:
I. Some keys are numbers.
II. All letters are numbers.
III. Some locks are keys.
IV. No coin is a letter.
a) Only I and II not follow
b) Only I, II and III not follow
c) Only II and III not follow
d) Only II, III and IV not follow
e) All follows

14).Statements:
Some floppies are CDs.
Some CDs are keyboards.
Some keyboards are computers.
Some computers are monitors.

Conclusions:
I. Some monitors are floppies.
II. Some monitors are computers.
III. Some computers are CDs.
IV. Some keyboards are floppies.
a) Only I not follow
b) Only I, III and IV not follow
c) Only II not follows
d) Only II not follows
e) None of these

15).Statements:
All cards are pins.
Some pins are tablets.
All tablets are needles.