English, Analogy- Paired approach Part 4


This is the Fourth part of Analogy Paired Approach test. Each item consists of a pair of words which relate to each other in a certain way. Under each original pair are five other pairs. Find the word among five choices, that has the same relation with the first pair of words. Click the radio button  that corresponds to your answer. You can check your score and the correct answers by hitting "Get score" button and "Reset" button to take the test again.

Suggested Technique
When we analyze the questions we find that they fall into certain patterns or certain groupings of verbal relationship. You should be able  to answer them reasonably and rapidly when you know these patterns or basic types. This technique in establishing where the reference relationship falls from the 20 groups can  can also be used in Single word approach exam and even in tri-word approach.

GROUPINGS OF VERBAL RELATIONSHIP

10. PERSON AND OBJECTIVE
Examples:
Student : Degree                             A student aims to get a degree.
Contestant: Price                            A contestant aims to win a price.

11. CLASS AND MEMBER
Examples:
Eagle : Bird                                    Eagle is a kind of  bird.
Lion : Beast                                   Lion is a type of  beast.

12. GRAMMAR
Examples:
Man : Man's                                    The possessive form of man is man's.
Leaf :  Leaves                                  The plural of leaf is leaves.

13. PLACE
 "___ is a place for ___."
Examples:

Church : Priest                                 Church is aplace for priest.
Conservatories : Musicians               Musicians studies in conservatories.

14. FUNCTION
 A "___provides ___."
Examples:
Assylum : Refuge                                 An asylum provides refuge or protection.
Lull : Storm                                          A lull temporarily interrupts a storm.

15.AGE
Examples:
Calf : Dolphin                                      A calf is a young of dolphin.
Squab: Dove                                       A squab is a young of dove.
 Fawn : Deer                                       A fawn is a young of deer.

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