F: Fact: If it relates to a known matter of direct observation, or an existing reality or something known to be true,
J: Judgment: If it is an opinion or estimate or anticipation of common sense or intention,
I: Inference: If it is a logical conclusion or deduction about something, based on the knowledge of facts
From the alternatives, choose the one which correctly classifies the four sentences as a
A. The Minister definitely took the wrong step.
B. Under the circumstances, he had many other alternatives.
C. The Prime Minister is embarrassed due to the Minister’s decision
D. If he has put the government in jeopardy, the Minister must resign.