6.  TRIED


ukfhr
ubovc
ukhbp
ukorc


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The code for T is u, for R is o, for I is c, for E is k and for D is r. So, the code for TRIED is uockr or ukorc.

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7.  TODAY


rjuyh
kjuvh
ujrhv
rjuvk


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The code for T is u, for O is j, for D is r, for A is h and for Y is v. So, the code for TODAY is ujrhv.

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8.  If 'ski rps tri' stands for 'nice Sunday morning', 'teh sti rps' stands for 'every Tuesday morning' and 'ski ptr qlm' stands for 'nice market place', which word stands for 'Sunday' ?


ski
rps
tri
qlm


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In the first and second statements, the common code-word is 'rps' and the common word is 'morning'. So, 'rps' means 'morning'. In the first and third statements, the common code-word is 'ski' and the common word is 'nice'. So, 'ski' means 'nice'. Thus, in the first statement, 'tri' stands for 'Sunday'.

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9.  If SUMMER is coded as RUNNER, the code for WINTER will be


SUITER
VIOUER
WALKER
SUFFER


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Each letter of the word is one step ahead of the corresponding letter of the code.

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10.  In a certain code language, 'tom kun sud' means 'dogs are barking', 'kin jo mop' means 'dogs and horses' and 'mut tom ko' means 'donkeys are mad'. Which word in that language means 'barking' ?


sud
kun
jo
tom


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In the first and second statements, the common code-word is 'kun' and the common word is 'dogs'. So, 'kun' means 'dogs. In the first and third statements, the common code-word is 'tom' and the common word is 'are'. So, 'tom' means 'are'. Thus, in the first statement, 'sud' means 'barking'.

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