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Using the clues below, find out who does what job, and what day they have off.

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There are 3 people: Mr. Bob, Mr. Jim, and Mr. Smith. Each one of them has a different job. The jobs are a firefighter, a police officer, and a nurse. Each one of them has one day off: Monday, Thursday, or Sunday.
Using the clues below, find out who does what job, and what day they have off.

  1. Mr. Jim wishes he was a nurse because it pays more money than his current job.
  2. Mr. Smith has a weekend day off.
  3. The person who has Thursday off, is not a firefighter.
  4. Mr. Bob is a firefighter.
posted Mar 13, 2015 by Simranjeet Singh

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2 Answers

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Bob is a Firefighter, Monday off
smith is a police, Sunday off
Jim is a nurse, Thursday off

answer Apr 28, 2016 by Shahsikant Dwivedi
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Bob - Firefighter - Monday off
Jim - Police officer - Thursday off
Smith - Nurse - Sunday off

answer Mar 15, 2015 by anonymous



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