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On the eve of a special function in view of ‘National Integration’, seven participants – $\text{A, B, C, D, E, F}$ and $\text{G}$, are to be accommodated in two rooms, each room having a capacity of four persons only. For the allocation, the following conditions must be considered.

1. $\text{A}$, a Gujarati, also speak Tamil and Bengali.
2. $\text{B}$ and $\text{F}$ are both Bengali and speak only that language
3. $\text{C},$ a Gujarati, also speaks Tamil.
4. $\text{D}$ and $\text{G}$ are Tamilians and speak only Tamil.
5. $\text{E}$, a Gujarati, also speaks Bengali.
6. Bengalis and Tamilians refuse to share their rooms with each other.

Further, it is necessary for each participant in a room to be able to converse with at least one other participant in the same room, in at least one language.

Which of the following combinations of participants in a room will satisfy all conditions for both the rooms?

1. $\text{B, C, F}$
2. $\text{C, D, F, G}$
3. $\text{A, D, E, G}$
4. $\text{D, G, C, E}$