1) D

Let Malgons = X
Let Zanders= Y
Let Tvints = Z

Some of X are Y and all of Y are Z

A – Wrong
Only some the X are Y. So we cannot conclude that all of Y are Z. So All Zanders are Malgons is wrong.

B – Wrong
Some of X are Y and all of Y are Z. So SOME of X must be Z. However, we cannot say that ALL of X are Z.

 C – Wrong
All of Y are Z does not mean that all of Z are Y. Similarly, we cannot conclude that all of Z are X.

D – Correct
Some X are Y and all Y are Z. So the section of Y that are X must also be Z. So we can conclude that Some of X are Z.

E – Wrong
Something definitely can be said. We described the relationship between X and Z in option D.

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