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- In each of the following questions, a related pair of words or phrases is followed by lettered pairs of words or phrases. Select the lettered pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expresses in the original pair.
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LYING : PERJURY
Statement : Testimony
Seeing : Observing
Eating : Dining
Question 1 Explanation:
Solution: Perjury is an extended form of lying, just as a testimony is an extended form of a statement. Option A is the right choice
A. Akbar : British
B. Antique : Outdated
C. Present : Future
D. Colossus: Elephant
Question 2 Explanation:
Solution: Medieval follows prehistoric, just as future follows present. Hence, option C is the right choice
LOUD : STENTORIAN
Mild : Noisy
Painful : Prickly
Adjective : Descriptive
Bright : Resplendent
Question 3 Explanation:
Solution: Both the pairs are pairs of synonyms. Option D is the right choice.
LIMPID : MURKY
Dazed : Clouded
Obscure : Vague
Bright : Gloomy
Nebulous : Dim
Question 4 Explanation:
Solution: Limpid (Clear and bright) is the opposite of murky. Both are pairs of antonyms. Hence, option C is the right choice as bright is the opposite of gloomy
EASE : ALLEVIATE
A. Hint : Allocate
B. Revolt : Repudiate
C. Collapse : Rise
D. Question : Interrogate
Question 5 Explanation:
Solution: 'Alleviate' is an extended form of 'ease' and 'interrogate' is an extended form of 'question'. Option D is the right choice
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