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GRE Analogies: An Introduction, Part 2

Analogies: Introduction, Part 2

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We are now going to do some analogies that are a little bit harder.

In this exercise, the words will be easy, but the bridges will be a little bit harder.

 

1.

analogy

automobile : fuel

bridge

fuel is the source of energy of an automobile

2

analogy

egg : yolk (the yellow part)

bridge

the yolk is the source of nutrients in the egg

3

analogy

belt : waist

bridge

a belt is designed to be used around the waist in its normal use

4

analogy

curiosity : information

bridge

curiosity is the desire to gain certain information

5

analogy

boxer : ring

bridge

the location in which a boxer normally performs her function of boxing is in a ring

6

analogy

lie : truth

bridge

the function of a lie is to hide the truth

7

analogy

book : page

bridge

a book is primarily a collection of many pages

8

analogy

forever : time

bridge

forever means unlimited in time

9

analogy

warm : hot

bridge

warm x 10 = hot; in other words, hot means a greater degree of heat than does warm

10.

analogy

athlete : team

bridge

an athlete is a member of a team; in other words, a team consists of many athletes

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