For each of the two questions, indicate which of the statements given, with that particular question is consistent with the description of the unseasonable man in the passage below.

Unseasonableness is a tendency to do socially permissible things at the wrong time. The unseasonable man is the sort of person who comes to confide in you when you are busy. He serenades his beloved when she is ill. He asks a man who has just lost money by paying a bill for a friend to pay a biII for him. He invites a friend to go for a ride just after the friend has finished a long car trip. He is eager to offer services which are not wanted but which cannot be politely refused. If he is present at an arbitration, he stirs up dissension between the two parties, who were really anxious to agree. Such is the unseasonable man.

Question 70

The unseasonable man tends to


In this paragraph, the author states that the unreasonable man tends to do things with other people which they don't want to do or is irrational. For eg, the person who has lost the money won't pay the bill or the person who has just come from a long ride won't go for a ride again.

Option A correctly highlights this as it would be irrational if a person brings a higher bidder to the salesman who has just closed the deal.

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