AILET (All India Law Entrance Test) 2019 MCQs Questions with Solutions and Explanations at Doorsteptutor. Com Part 18

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Question 118

Direction: In each of the following questions there is a related pair of words followed by four pairs of words, select that pair which expresses the relationship that is most similar to that the capitalized pair.

Appeal: Refusal

A. Obesity: Over-eating

B. Try: Failure

C. Struggle: Victory

D. Examination: Passing

Question 119

Direction: In each of the following questions there is a related pair of words followed by four pairs of words, select that pair which expresses the relationship that is most similar to that the capitalized pair.

Zephyr: Gale

A. Decay: Age

B. Death: Sickness

C. Trickle: Torrent

D. Imprint: Emboss

Question 120

Direction: In each of the following questions there is a related pair of words followed by four pairs of words, select that pair which expresses the relationship that is most similar to that the capitalized pair.

Implicate: Incrimination

A. Perjury: Fraud

B. Involve: Crime

C. Embezzlement: Charging

D. Exonerate: Acquittal

Question 121

Direction: In each of the following questions, two Statements I and II are provided. These may have a cause-and-effect relationship or may have independent causes.

Statement I - The price of Bronze has gone up from 30,000 per kg to 60,000 per kg in almost a year՚s time.

Statement II - Indian sculptors are receiving a lot of demand for bronze statues from English and Russian art collectors.

A. If the Statement I is the cause and Statement II is its effect.

B. If the Statement II is the cause and Statement, I is its effect.

C. If both the Statements are effects of independent causes.

D. If both the Statements are effects of some common cause.

Question 122

Direction: In each of the following questions, two Statements I and II are provided. These may have a cause-and-effect relationship or may have independent causes.

Statement I - Hallmark of gold jewellery has been made compulsory.

Statement II - Many persons do not prefer to buy hail marked jewellery.

A. If the Statement I is the cause and Statement II is its effect.

B. If the Statement II is the cause and Statement, I is its effect.

C. If both the statements are effects of independent causes.

D. If both the statements I & II are independent effects.

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