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If 'relftaga' means carefree, 'otaga' means careful and 'fertaga' means careless, which of the following could mean 'aftercare'?

  1. zentaga
  2. tagafer.
  3. tagazen.
  4. relffer.
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relf taga = care free

o taga = care full

fer taga = care less

Hence taga means care, and if present in the second part, care comes in the first part in English translation.

For after care, "taga-fer" and "taga-zen" are the options. But "fer" means less. 

Hence answer is C


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why not zentaga?
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Because "zentaga" will become "Careafter"
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(C). Tagazen
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In all three words, "taga" means "care" as they are common in all. Moreover, taga is coming at last & care is coming first. So in answer for "aftercare" "taga" will come first. So option A & D is out. Now "fer" means "less" ( from second word). It is also out.

Option C is answer.
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