At favorable vulnerability, you deal with:
Partner responds 1 to your 1 opening and you?
Wouldn't have opened 1.
Partner bids 2, fourth suit GF. And you?
Partner raises to 3 as shown. This promises 4-card spade support (since he forced to game and then raised opener's second suit).
You're killing me here -- the 7th bid of the auction -- really?
Partner bids 4NT and you are playing RKC. What is your response?
I don't play RKC and I'm too lazy to look it up. (If you choose this, I suppose it is "correct", but it won't be scored that way). You can Google "Larry Cohen" and "RKC".
You're really killing me now -- the 9th bid of the auction? My opponents might run out of pass cards. Nobody bids like this at my club.
The full auction doesn't even fit on the screen, but you are in 6 (partner bids it over your answer to RKC).
The Q is led. What is your plan?
Win and play the 2.
Win and play the K.
Win and take a heart finesse.
Win and play clubs.
Win and cash the other diamond.
Win and do something else.