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In a certain language 'erp ton sib' means 'smoking is harmful', 'gov rod ton' means 'avoid harmful habit' and 'rod sib ley' means 'please avoid smoking', which of the following means 'habit' in that language?

A

gov.

B

rod.

C

sib.

D

ton.

Soln.
Ans: a

Comparing the common words from each coding, it is clear that 'rod' stands for 'avoid', 'ton' stands for 'harmful'.


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