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Section 1.5, Analogy

NATVERBAL ABILITYEncircle the most analogous pair__________________________

a.Cold: heat b.Wait: train c.Bankruptcy: money d.Insomnia: sleepEncircle the synonym

COMMON ANALOGY TYPES 1. Definition 2. Defining characteristics 3. Class and number 4. Antonyms 5. Antonym Variants 6. Synonyms 7. Synonym Variants 8. Degree of Intensity 9. Part to the Whole 10. Function 11. Action and its Significance 12. Worker and Article 13. Worker and tool 14. Worker and Action 15. Worker and Workplace 16. Tool and Action 17. Cause and Effect 18. Gender

ABLUTION: PRAYER a.Comb: hair b.Question: answer c.Preparation: examination d.Smoke: fire ABRIDGE: NOVEL a.Roads: flyover b.Roof: ladder c.Book: index d.Vaccine: bacteria ADDICTION: SMOKING a.Service: teaching b.Insulin: diabetes c.Contentment: providence d.Nostalgia: home CAREER: APEX a.College: head b.Movie: climax c.Mountain: peak d.Newspaper: headline UNIONS: AMALGAMATE a.Essays: anthology b.Hair: pin c.Public: procession d.Chemicals: react ANEMIA: BLOOD

ABOMINABLE a.Unpleasant b.Caring c.Vulgar d.Beautiful ABROGATE a.Kill b.Cover c.Abolish d.Announce ACCLAIM a.Admit b.Approve c.Applaud d.Denounce APEX a.Acme b.Roof c.Height d.Bottom ABASE a.Incur b.Tax c.Estimate d.Humiliate REFRAIN a.Stop b.Abstain c.Avoid d.Like ASCETIC a.Artless b.Beautiful c.careless d.Spiritual

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Section 1.5, Analogy 19. Age 20. Time Sequence 21. Spatial Sequence 22. Symbol

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Section 1.5, Analogy

NATVERBAL ABILITY__________________________

b.Hunting: birds c.Doctor: disease d.Sanitation: garbage RANGE: MOUNTAIN a.Atlas: map b.String: beads c.Sea: rivers d.Novel: storiesEncircle the synonym

a.Convince b.Differ c.Thicken d.Congeal THINGS TO CARE WHILE UNDERTAKING ANALOGY TEST: ___________________ 1. Start searching for answer after trying to understand the relation ship of the preceding pair. 2. It would be better to make a sentence of the pair, and then apply it to the choices as in SCREAM: WHISPER Whisper is the soft utterance while scream is the loud cry. When applied to the four choices we find Blaze: spark as perfect analogy to the capitalized pair as spark is the soft trace of fire while blaze is the stronger one. 3. While maneuvering with the choices always journey from improbabilities to the possibilities. 4. If there is tie between two or more choices, distinguish the one that relates to the environment of the leading pair. 5. If you are having a vocabulary problem exclude the pair from possibility

Encircle the most analogous pair

SCREAM: WHISPER a.Staircase: elevator b.Pedal: bicycle c.Blaze: spark d.Repel: attract BEEF: COW a.Venison: buffalo b.Sheep: mutton c.Mutton: sheep d.Pork: goat BOOK: PAGES a.Bedroom: furniture b.Skeleton: bones c.Dictionary: author d.Wardrobe: dresses FIRE: ASHES a.Accident: delay b.Water: waves c.Event: memories d.Bat: runs GAUCHE: POLISHED a.Warden: tower b.Moat: water c.Thickness: gauge d.Grow: dwindle ASEPTICS: BACTERIA a.Medicine: cholera

BANAL a.Conspirator b.Ordinary c.Clique d.Renounce ABATE a.Finish b.Decrease c.Slack d.Hunt BOLSTER a.Enlarge b.Support c.Shoot d.Fire CAPRICIOUS a.Freakish b.Bitter c.Supreme d.Brittle CONDONE a.Similar b.Finish c.Complete d.Overlook ABERRANT a.Rebel b.Orthodox c.Conventional d.Typical COAGULATE

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Section 1.5, Analogy

NATVERBAL ABILITYEncircle the most analogous pair__________________________

FROWN: GROAN a.Stroll: amble b.Clown: crone c.Strained: wit d.Grin: guffaw BINOCULARS: SEE a.Spectacle: notice b.Skeptic: idea c.Eartrumpet: hear d.Camera: aperture ANARCHY: ORDER a.Adore: loathe b.Sonnet: medley c.Tent: shelter d.Finger: nail AERIE: EAGLE a.Venom: snake b.Viper: reptile c.Hawk: falcon d.Lair: wolf PILFER: ROB a.Doctor: treatment b.Taste: eat c.Affirm: intimate d.Innuendo: desperado ALWAYS: NEVER a.Often: rarely b.Frequently: occasionally c.Constantly: frequently

d.Intermittently: rarely AUTHOR: INVENTOR a.Plot: machine b.Technology: gadget c.Book: factory d.Science: literatureEncircle the synonym

CONVERGE a. convert b. draw c. meet d. twistEncircle the antonym

COGENT a.effective b.ineffective c.vital d.trivial AUDACIOUS a.careless b.craven c.magnificent d.careful BELIE a.confirm b.contradict c.negate d.betrue ASSUAGE a.assist b.help c.assure d.aggravate CRAM a.forget b.miss c.stuff d.empty APATHY a.antipathy b.triviality c.enthusiasm d.bidge ELEGY a.sonnet b.ode c.epithalamia d.song

DISSEMBLE a.Separate b.Hide c.Feign d.show DIFFUSE a.throw b.elude c.emit d.scatter ANAMALOUS a.unusual b.beastly c.sticky d.normal CAPRICIOUS a.weak b.Bitter c.coward d.flexible CONDONE e.Similar f. Finish g.Complete h.Overlook CONTENTION a.conflict b.fight c.soup d.carelessness

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Section 1.5, Analogy

NATVERBAL ABILITYEncircle the most analogous pair__________________________

DIFFIDENT: ARROGANCE a.confident: ambiguous b.brazen: modesty c.momentum: inertia d.skeptic: doubtEncircle the synonym

a.burnish b.burgeon c.gauche d.boredEncircle the antonym

BUTCHER: MEAT a.cobbler: nail b.juggler; feats c.shoes: cobbler d.carpenter: wood CAT: MOUSE a.bird: worm b.dog: tail c.trap: attic d.hide: seek BOTANY: PLANTS a.land: herbs b.astronomy: stars c.anthropology: thorns d.philosophy: metaphysics CARPENTER: VISE a.teller: bank b.golfer: club c.mike: speak d.angler: fish MUMBLE: SHOUT a.fumble: run b.stagger: gait c.strut: walk d.flipper: swim SLURP: SIP a.watch: minute b.snipe: skirmish c.guffaw: giggle d.tiptoe: stumble

ELUSIVE a.strange b.diffusive c.bad d.pleasant DIRGE a.depth b.bottom c.void d.elegy DICHOTOMY a.secondary b.socialism c.duality d.cowardice DERIDE a. bemock b.trick c.guile d.suit ABNEGATE a.surrender b.deny c.refuse d.contradict DEVISE a. improve b.fool c.appropriate d.suitable BOORISH

COGENT a.effective b.ineffective c.vital d.trivial CONTRITE a.pride b.repent c.strengthen d.effort CONVOLUTE a.coil b.twist c.hide d.simplify DETERRENT a.stimulus b.steroid c.check d.cleaner DISSEMINATE a.propagate b.scatter c.concentrate d.separate DORMANT a.active b.idle c.potent d.hidden DISCERN a.distinct b.confuse c.distinguish d.discriminate

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IMPEDE a.allow b.block c.disturb d.comfort GULLIBLE a.nave b.clever c.innocent d.guilty GAINSAY a.challenge b.awake c.stir d.support GOUGE a.pull b.dent c.hole d.fill FERVOUR a.apathy b.enthusiasm c.zeal d.energy EPHEMERAL a.temporary b.permanent c.constant d.transitory EMULATE a.compete b.face c.hide d.surrenderEncircle the analogous pair

a.greedy: money b.charitable: stingy c.unsuccessful: lazy d.rely: retort AGENDA: CONFERENCE a.teacher: class b.agency: assignment c.map: trip d.man: woman ABHOR: DISLIKE a.calcify: petrify b.rebuke: ridicule c.torture: discomfort d.fodder: cattle LOOM: YARN a.vanish: tale b.wool: sweater c.smithy: iron d.admire: disdain STAGE: DIRECTOR a.choir: soprano b.judge: lawyer c.band: clarinet d.meeting: chairman PARCHMENT: PAPER a.quill: pen b.book: paging c.trees: lumber d.pity: feeling FERTILIZER: CROP a.pebbles: crow b.powder: spices c.wisdom: brain d.milk: infant

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EMBELLISH a.clean b.secure c.adorn d.trim ENERVATE a.disturb b.energize c.kill d.stimulate FATUOUS a.foolish b.bulky c.fleshy d.growing FLOUT a.throw b.deride c.contrite d.address GARRULOUS a.offensive b.talkative c.cogent d.beastly IMPAIR a.impede b.stamp c.boost d.polish IMPERVIOUS a.impermeable b.insolent c.kingly d.previous

AFFLUENT: LUCKY

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COMPLAISANT a. compromising b. stubborn c. strict d. soft ALIENATE a. isolate b. support c. drop d. include DENIGRATE a. defame b. degrade c. praise d. appreciate DISABUSE a. conceal b. inform c. deceive d. trust FRAGILE a. strong b. grave c. weak d. showy ROOKIE a. learner b. hilly c. strong d. veteran CATHARSIS a. relief b. peace c. trouble d. agitationEncircle the analogous pair

SPATTER: SOAK a. alarm: whistle b. desert: sahara c. bubble: ball d. whisper: shout ABOLITIONIST: SLAVERY a. prohibitionist: liquor b. capitalist: commerce c. peace: war d. glass: jug DRAMA: STAGE a. disease: relapse b. commercial: program c. eclipse: gulf d. movie: cinema SHEEP: FLOCK a. birds: farm b. flowers: exhibition c. horses: stall d. fish: school ERROR: EXPERIENCE a. training: experience b. skill: mistake c. sharp: clever d. success: victory PRICK: STAB a. point: swift b. lend: borrow c. sip: gulp d. thread: sew PARODY: IMITATION a. stanza: verse b. epic: poem c. novel: book d. portrait: paintingEncircle the synonym

BRACKISH a. sweet b. sour c. salty d. stale BEHOLD a. catch b. grasp c. understand d. watch BATTER a. improve b. beat c. punish d. rebuke DISTEND a. expand b. stretch c. enlarge d. shrink ESOTERIC a. fair b. popular c. alluring d. private FELICITY a. ease b. alacrity c. happiness d. funeral GREGARIOUS a. social b. spiritual c. official d. lonely

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Section 1.5, Analogy b. hammer: iron c. iron: clothes d. book: read DIFFUSE: BROADCAST a. hoard: store b. spread: scatter c. blood: circulate d. idea: conceive RUMOUR: SPREAD a. colt: stallion b. male: female c. like: love d. flower: bud RURAL: URBAN a. sea: la