In "Verbal Analogies" type of verbal ability questions. A question has two words with a certain relationship to each other, and it is followed by four pairs of words. You are required to choose one pair in which the words have the same relationship.
Solved Verbal Analogies Questions:
1) Liquid: Liter
Explanation: Liter is the unit for measuring liquid. Similarly, Kilogram is the unit for measuring weight.
2) If Dusk: Evening, Dawn: ?
Explanation: Dawn refers to the first light of day when light first appears in the sky, e.g. morning.
3) Ducks: Quack
Explanation: Bears growl; cats mew; dogs bark and lions roar.
4) Trial: Jury
Explanation: Jury settles the trial; similarly an arbiter settles the dispute.
5) Paw: Cat then Hoof: ?
Explanation: Foot of cat is called paw. Similarly, the foot of a horse is called hoof.
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