Analogies - Logical MCQ Questions of Reasoning

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Analogies Questions

Very important and Selective Analogies Questions and answers of Logical Reasoning. Solve these Analogy questions to practice logical reasoning problems of Analogies. 

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Analogy Questions and Answers

Choose some relationship from given four choices as given in original pair.

Q.1 Square: Cube.

(A) Triangle: Prism

(B) Line: Cylinder

(C) Circle: Sphere

(D) Sphere: Earth

Ans .  A

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Q.2 Bird: Wings.

(A) Car: Wheel

(B) Pen: Paper

(C) Dog: Lungs

(D) Whale: Water

Ans .  A

Q.3 Liquor: Drink.

(A) Water: Sip

(B) Bread: Butter

(C) Tea: Beverage

(D) Snuff: Inhale

Ans .  C

Q.4 Visitor: Welcome.

(A) Warrior: Conquer

(B) Worship: God

(C) Beggar: Hungry

(D) Criminal: Prosecute

Ans .  D

Q.5 Fox: Cunning.

(A) Horse: Runner

(B) Cat: Playful

(C) Ant: Industrious

(D) Vixen: Cure

Ans .  C

Q.6 Teeth: Chew.

(A) Eyes: Flicker

(B) Sweater: Heat

(C) Food: Taste

(D) Mind: Think

Ans .  D

Q.7 Train: Track.

(A) Fame: Television

(B) Water: Boat

(C) Bullet: Barrel

(D) Idea: Brain

Ans .  C

Q.8 Chalk: Blackboard.

(A) Table: Chair

(B) Door: Handle

(C) Type: Paint

(D) Ink: Paper

Ans .  D

Q.9 Badminton: Court.

(A) Football: Goal

(B) Skating: Rink

(C) Hockey: Stick

(D) Cricket: Bat

Ans .  B

Q.10 Pesticide: Plant.

(A) Teacher: Student

(B) Medicine: Cure

(C) Vaccination: Body

(D) Injection: Disease

Ans .  C

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