Logical Reasoning - Artificial Language - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Artificial Language - Type 1 (Q.No. 3)
Directions to Solve
First, you will be given a list of three "nonsense" words and their English word meanings. The question(s) that follow will ask you to reverse the process and translate an English word into the artificial language.

Here are some words translated from an artificial language.
agnoscrenia means poisonous spider
delanocrenia means poisonous snake
agnosdeery means brown spider
Which word could mean "black widow spider"?
Answer: Option
In this language, the noun appears first and the adjectives follow. Since agnos means spider and should appear first, choices a and d can be ruled out. Choice b can be ruled out because delano means snake.
19 comments Page 1 of 2.

Ansa said:   1 decade ago
I am not understand the above concept.

Syed javeed basha said:   1 decade ago
nothing much yaar:

code has AGNO as first word but its decoded word is SPIDER which is at last place so the question is BLACK WIDOW SPIDER

ans: eliminate 1st option caz deery mens brown not black,
eliminate 2nd cazagno means poisonous.
if we see 3rd option agno is at first place so SPIDER must be in the last place hence 3rd is correct answer

Ramakhanna said:   1 decade ago
@syed javeed basha,

Thanks for your explanation.

Vikas Singh said:   9 years ago
It is given that agno means poisonous but the answer shows agno means black.

Dipta Chakrborty said:   9 years ago
Please explain me what should be meaning of widow. However the code of widow is not been explained. If I am going to the option C "Agnos" has been explain with two different word "poisonous" & "black".

Please explain me.

Rekha said:   8 years ago
It's too hard to understand.

Rikiano said:   8 years ago
Hard to solve even after seeing the solution.

Atul hake said:   8 years ago
Interesting to solve. Thank you all for explaining the method.

Vinit Mishra said:   8 years ago
How can we predict that in the artificial language noun appears first followed by an adjective?

Is there any rule?

Manya said:   7 years ago
Not understanding, is there any particular way to find it out?

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