Analogy

Analogies are a set of questions which ask you to determine the relation between a pair of stem words and find the relationship in one of the answer pair.

Common Relationship that are tested in the examinations are:

Country and Capital
Example 1:
China: Beijing
Beijing is the Capital of China.

Some examples are given below.
(1) kampala: Uganda (2) U.S.A: Washington

Example 2:
Iran : Riyal
Riyal is the currency of Iran.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Italy: Lira (2) Tajikistan: Taka

State and Capital
Example:
Madhya Pradesh: Bhopal
Bhopal is the Capital of Madhya Pradesh.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Himachal Pradesh: Shimla (2) Gujarat: Gandhinagar

Quality and Units
Example:
Power: watt
Watt is the Unit of Power.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Weight: Kg (2) Length: meter

Instrument and Measurement
Example:
Hygrometer: Humidity
Humidity is measured by Hygrometer Instrument.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Bolometer: Electromagnetic Radiation (2) Tintometer: Colour

Animal and Young one
Example:
Dog: Puppy
Puppy is the young one of Dog.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Bear: cub (2) Dove: chick

Individual and Dwelling place
Example:
Fish: Aquarium
Aquarium is the dwelling place of Fish.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Rabbits: Hutch (2) Bees: Apiary

Worker and Tool
Example:
Chef: Knife
Knife is the tool used by Chef.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Painter: Brush (2) Mechanic: Spanner

word and synonym
Example :
Vacant: Empty
Empty is the Synonym of vacant.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Introverted: Shy (2) Hardworking: Diligent

Word and Antonym
Example :
Chaos :Peace
Peace is the antonym of chaos.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Freeze: Boil (2) Marvelous: Terrible

Word and Intensity
Example:
Quarrel: War
War signifies higher intensity than quarrel.

Some examples are given below.
(1) Afraid: Horrified (2) Ashamed:Mortified

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