Analogy Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Analogy. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 1 - ‘Bird’ is related to ‘cage’ similarly ‘dog’ is related to

Options :

A - Hole

B - Nest

C - Kennel

D - None of the above

Answer : C

Explanation

Option C is correct because dog stays in kennel like a bird in cage.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 2 - ‘Oarsman’ is related to ‘rower’ similarly ‘oath’ is related to

Options :

A - Host

B - Prepare

C - Swear

D - None of the above

Answer : C

Explanation

Option C is correct because oath means swear.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 3 - ‘Leg’ is related to ‘walk’ similarly ‘hand’ is related to

Options :

A - Hold

B - Throw

C - Kick

D - None of the above

Answer : A

Explanation

Option A is correct because with leg we can walk and with hand we can hold anything. With hand we can also throw objects but we don’t throw objects always.

In the following question, choose the option which shows common feature in the relationship given in each question.

Q 4 - Volcano: tornado: earthquake

Options :

A - All these are natural calamities.

B - People die when these occur.

C - Government is always ready to handle such situation.

D - All these are created by God.

Answer : A

Explanation

Option A is the correct answer because all the above are natural calamities.

In the following question, choose the pair/group of words that show the same relationship as given at the top of every pair/group.

Q 5 - Bihar : Patna

Options :

A - Tripura : Agartala

B - Kerala : Kollam

C - Jagatsinghpur : Cuttack

D - Kashmir : Jammu

Answer : A

Explanation

Option A is the correct answer because Patna is capital of Bihar similarly Agartala is capital of Tripura.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 6 - ‘Cyclone’ is related to ‘wind’ similarly ‘volcano’ is related to

Options :

A - Snow

B - Magma

C - Combustion

D - None of the above

Answer : B

Explanation

Option B is correct. Because cyclone contains wind similarly volcano contains magma.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 7 - ‘Sand’ is related to ‘beach’ similarly ‘water’ is related to

Options :

A - Pomegranate

B - River

C - Swim

D - None of the above

Answer : B

Explanation

Option B is correct because sand can be found on beach similarly water can be found in river.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 8 - ‘2012’ is related to ‘London’ similarly ‘2016’ is related to

Options :

A - Mumbai

B - Paris

C - Rio de janeiro

D - None of the above

Answer : C

Explanation

Option C is correct because in 2012 Olympics was hosted by London similarly in 2016 Olympics was hosted by Rio of Brazil.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 9 - ‘Utkala gramya bank’ is related to ‘SBI’ similarly ‘Odisha gramya bank’ is related to

Options :

A - BOI

B - IOB

C - OBC

D - None of the above

Answer : B

Explanation

Option B is correct because UGB is sponsored by SBI similarly OGB is sponsored by IOB.

In the following question, comparison is made. According to the comparison stated, answer the question.

Q 10 - ‘Bowlers’ are related to ‘ball’ similarly ‘batsmen’ are related to

Options :

A - Field

B - Bat

C - Score

D - None of the above

Answer : B

Explanation

Option A is correct because a bowlers bowl a ball similarly a batsman bat.


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