Presumption refers to the facts that are not fully understood, yet the listener Understand the meaning, that is, the indirectly conceived concept that denotes the hidden reality in a statement, is called prediction .
For example If it is said by an official that ‘Taxes should be increased to compensate the loss, it can be made clear by the listener that’ the deficit has occurred ‘, while that official clearly Not that there is a deficit, but the increase in taxes for the deficit is a clear indication of the loss. Hence, ‘deficit’ is a preconception set by the listener.
A statement is given under this chapter and after this, two or three pre-concepts are given, considering you given the statement, it has to be done to determine which preceding concepts are concealed in the given statement. is. But sometimes a prediction is given first, then three or four statements are given below, considering the prediction given to you, it has to be known that for what statements this precepts are appropriate for
The assumed or conceptually hypothesized concept, which addresses the inherent reality in a statement, is called hypothesis or prediction .
The imagination is what has been said or accepted or indirectly. When we are arguing, then we leave without telling many things, all the things that are known to the listener. So the hypothesis is that which is accepted. Implication and Assumption is a bit different. Implication means hidden, while assuming the meaning of assumption. Like, ‘Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming movie will be hit’, it means that all the films that came in till now, were all hits. Therefore, upcoming films will also hit.
Prior to solving the questions related to this chapter, it is important to keep in mind the key facts below.
(i) Any prediction is based on the statement concluded, it will not be valid.
(ii) In any prediction, the true meaning of the statement should be hidden.
(iii) If the statement is repetitive in a prediction, it will not be valid.
(iv) If any prediction reflects correction, consultation, consultation, beneficial effects and consequences, such prediction will be valid.
(v) In any prediction, the statement should not be out of context, that is, the implication of prediction should not be contrary to the implications of the statement.
(vi) The reason for the prefix and the statement should be full-fledged, that is, some words, such as each, all, what, why, etc. such as questionable words or answerable words are associated with the preceding sentence They will not be valid.
(vii) The predictions and statements should be worthwhile for each other.
(viii) If any prediction is more comprehensive than the statement, it will not be valid.
(ix) More than one prediction of a statement can be removed.
(x) Any assumption should not be normal.
(xi) Some special words are generally valid if they are engaged in a predictable sentence such as possible, possibly, etc.
(xii) If a prediction has been said about past or future, then it is generally not valid.
(xiii) Governmental instructions are generally expected to be considered by the general public, so it is valid as the prediction.
(xiv) If a prediction is related to the advertisement, then it will be valid. ”
(xv) If any prediction is based on the request made for the public interest, then it will be considered valid.
(xvi) If any prediction statement contains only a fact and is approximate, then it will be deemed to be valid.