August 04, 2017

Word Analogy #1 - General English for IBPS PO & Clerk exams

Word Analogy - General English for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer &Assistant, SBI, RBI, NICL, LIC, CSAT and SSC exams


Analogy means similarity or presence of some kind of relationship between the two given things. There may be a number of possibilities in establishing a relationship between two objects. 

General English for IBPS PO, Clerk, RRB, SBI, RBI, CSAT, SSC CGL exams


Directions: The following questions comprise two words each that have a certain relationship between them. They are followed by four lettered pair of words. Select the letter pair that has the same relationship as the original pair of words.


  1. Education : Development
    1. Man : Speech
    2. Nutrition : Health
    3. Game : Play
    4. Child : Growth
  2. House : Room
    1. Smuggle : Fight
    2. Transport : Car
    3. School : College
    4. Boy : Girl
  3. Gill : Fin
    1. Salad : Rice
    2. Kill : Bomb
    3. Sea : Fish
    4. Question : Team
  4. Glove : Ball
    1. Summer : Winter
    2. Game : Study
    3. Stadium : Seats
    4. Hook : Fish
  5. Break : Glass
    1. Writer : Pen
    2. Bread : Bake
    3. Kick : Football
    4. Muddy : Unclear
  6. Sculptor : Chisel
    1. Pathology : Disease
    2. Tailor : Needle
    3. Engineer : Site
    4. Time : Seconds
  7. Linguistics : Language
    1. Gardener : Harrow
    2. Hen : Chicken
    3. Scale : Length
    4. Anthropology : Man
  8. Lawyer : Court
    1. Professor : University
    2. Author : Book
    3. Wine : Grapes
    4. Volume : Litre
  9. Farmer : Crop
    1. Fabric : Yarn
    2. Cat : Kitten
    3. Wish : Desire
    4. Editor : Newspaper
  10. Omelette : Egg
    1. Man : Child
    2. Spoon : Feed
    3. Judge : Justice
    4. Sack : Jute

Answers


  1. Nutrition : Health
  2. Transport : Car
  3. Salad : Rice
  4. Hook : Fish
  5. Kick : Football
  6. Tailor : Needle
  7. Anthropology : Man
  8. Professor : University
  9. Editor : Newspaper
  10. Sack : Jute

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