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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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Question 1
SALT : SALTY
A
Sweet : Sugar
B
Cow : Bovine
C
Bitter : Sour
D
Taste : Flavour
Question 1 Explanation: 
Salty is an adjective for the noun 'salt'. Bovine is the adjective for the noun 'cow'. Option B is the right choice.
Question 2
DIVIDE : UNITE
A
Split : Apart
B
Marriage : Divorce
C
Fission : Fusion
D
Chasm : Gap
Question 2 Explanation: 
The first word of both the pairs implies 'to cut or break something into parts' while the second word in both means 'bringing things together'. Hence, option C is the right choice.
Question 3
CRIME : PUNISHMENT
A
Lawyer : Judge
B
Court : Room
C
Accused : Defendant
D
Homicide : Penalty
Question 3 Explanation: 
A crime leads to punishment, just as a homicide leads to a penalty. Option D is the right choice.
Question 4
NUTS : BOLTS
A
Nitty : Gritty
B
Bare : Feet
C
Naked : Clothed
D
Hard : Soft
Question 4 Explanation: 
Nuts and bolts are used together as a phrase just as nitty-gritty are also used together. Hence, option A is the right choice.
Question 5
JUST : ARBITRARY
A
Order : Chaos
B
Bare : Clothed
C
Hope : Surprise
D
Improper : proper
Question 5 Explanation: 
Lack of being just is the defining characteristic of arbitrary just as lack of having order is a characteristic of chaos. Option A is the right choice. Option D is rejected as the order is reversed in this case; the negative word comes first and the positive word comes second. In the original relationship, we have the positive word first and then the negative word. In analogy questions, order also have to be maintained.
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