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Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 1

Directions: In the following question, the first two words (given in italics) have a definite relationship. Choose one word out of the given alternatives which will fill in the blank space and show the same relationship with the third word as between the first two.

Part is related to Whole in the same way as Arc is related to ________.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 1

As 'part' is a portion or a segment of a 'whole', in the same way, 'arc' is a portion of the circumference of a 'circle'.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 2

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question below.
It is often said that the real value of something can be judged only from practical experience or results and not from appearance or theory.

Which of the following is ANALOGOUS to the statement above?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 2

'The proof of the pudding is in the eating' is said to mean that you can only judge the quality of something after you have tried, used, or experienced it.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 3

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question below.
It is advised that something good should not be eliminated when trying to get rid of something bad, or in other words, rejecting the favorable along with the unfavorable.

Which of the following is ANALOGOUS to the statement above?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 3

'To throw the baby with the bathwater' means to discard something valuable or important while disposing off something considered worthless, especially an outdated idea or form of behavior.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 4

Directions: The following question consists of a pair of words, which have a certain relationship with each other. Select the alternative which bears the same relationship as the original pair of words does.

ATMOSPHERE : STRATOSPHERE

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 4

The analogy pertains to 'part of a category'. The stratosphere is a layer in the atmosphere. Atmosphere includes other layers like troposphere, mesosphere, etc. Thus, stratosphere (part) is a part of atmosphere (category). Similarly, jets (part) are a part of the category of air-crafts. Option C is correct.

(a) - Though nimbus is a type of rain bearing cloud, the order of these two is incorrect. Cloud is not a part of the category of nimbus.
(b) - Calibration is used to rectify any supposed errors of an instrument. Calibration itself is not a 'part' of the instrument.
(c) - Rain is not a category of winter. They are separate seasons.
(d) - Molehill means 'a small mound of earth thrown up by a mole burrowing near the surface.' Humus means 'the organic component of soil, formed by the decomposition of leaves'. Thus, no part-category relationship exists.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 5

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question below.
One must avoid interfering in a situation that is currently causing no problems but may well do so as a result of such interference.

Which of the following is ANALOGOUS to the statement above?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 5

'Let sleeping dogs lie' is said when it's best to leave a situation as it is as disturbing it might cause trouble.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 6

Directions: The following question consists of a pair of words, which have a certain relationship with each other. Select the alternative which bears the same relationship as the original pair of words does.

BEGINNING : ENDING

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 6

The analogy is that 'beginning' and 'ending' denote the start and end of something. 'Beginning' refers to the point in time or space at which something begins. 'Ending' refers to the final or last part of something. Similarly, the 'preface' to a book comes at the start, while an 'afterword' is a 'literary device that is often found at the end of a piece of literature'. Thus, option B is correct.
(a) - 'Symphony' and 'movement' do not denote a start or an end.
(c) - Both 'introduction' and 'foreword' represent the beginning.
(d) - While 'prologue' denotes beginning, 'intermission' does not denote ending.
(e) - 'Preamble' is the introduction to the 'constitution'. No word analogous with ending is present.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 7

Directions: Read the following information and answer the question below.
Whatever comes readily is usually lost or spent as readily as it comes.

Which of the following is ANALOGOUS to the statement above?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 7

'Easy come, Easy go' is said when something, especially money, is easily got and then soon spent or lost.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 8

Directions: The question contains a pair of CAPITALISED words followed by some pairs of words. Choose the pair of words which best expresses the relationship similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair.

DOUGH : BREAD

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 8

The first is the main ingredient for making the second. 'Dough' is used to make bread. 'Words' are used in speech and they alone can make a speech.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 9

Directions: Read the following information and identify the similar relation.

TOPSOIL is related to ERODE as

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 9

The relation is one of a thing and its removal. The coming off of topsoil is called 'erosion'; the coming off of paint is called 'peeling.' So, option E is correct. 'Tanning' is coloring, not removal. 'Varnish' is outer coating or veneer. 'Baste' is to moisten meat with fat during roasting. 'Mashing' is a sort of crushing, not removal.

Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 10

Directions: The following question consists of two sets of words. Each word in the two sets is related to the other in the same way. Find out the relationship in the first set of two words and then select the alternative that best fits the blank in the second set of words.

Isotherm : Temperature : : Isobar : ?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 1: Verbal Analogy - Question 10

'Isobars' and 'isotherms' are lines on weather maps which represent patterns of pressure and 'temperature', respectively. 'Isotherm' connects points with equal 'temperature'; 'isobar' connects points with equal 'pressure.' Thus, option 1 is correct.
Volume, density, viscosity, and mass are units of measure which do not fit in the above analogy.

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