common quality analogy test

Verbal Reasoning - Common Quality Analogy Test
Directions : Three words are given in each question below, which have something in common among themselves. Choose one out of the four given alternatives, which mentions the quality common to the three given words.


1. Couplet : Sonnet : Limerick


2. Shin: Instep : Calf


3. Fly : Bee : Ant


4. Chucker : Mallet : Bunder


5. Stool : Table : Chair



6. Directions: Three words in bold letters'are given in each question, which have something in common among themselves. Out of the four given alternatives, choose the most appropriate description about these three words.


Groundnuts : Sesame: Mustard


7. Cub : Calf : Kitten


8. Rockies : Appalachian : Andes


9. Newspaper : Hoarding : Television


10. Bantus: Khasis : Maoris


Competitive Exams

1. Choosing the odd letter group - 01
2. Choosing the odd Numeral Pair / Group
3. Choosing the odd Numeral
4. Choosing the odd pair of words
5. Choosing the odd word - 05
6. Choosing the odd word - 04
7. Choosing the odd word - 03
8. Choosing the odd word - 02
9. Choosing the odd word - 01
10. Common Quality Analogy Test
11. Detecting Anologies Questions
12. Choosing Similar Word -Test - 01
13. Simple Analogy - 04
14. Simple Analogy - 03
15. Simple Analogy - 02
16. Simple Analogy - 01
17. Choosing Analogous Pair -03
18. Choosing Analogous Pair -02
19. Choosing Analogous Pair -01
20. Completing Analogous Pair - 05
21. Completing Analogous Pair - 04
22. Completing Analogous Pair - 03
23. Completing Analogous Pair - 02
24. Completing Analogous Pair - 01
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