An analogy is when we find comparisons in two or more things, based on a relationship they share. So, for example, solid is to liquid as sour is to sweet, because the relationship is based on the fact that they are opposites.
Hurray! You have reached the second to last quiz in the Analogies series of our 11-Plus Non-Verbal Reasoning section. You will always get great satisfaction from completing something really difficult. American car racing champion Dale Earnhardt said, "Finishing races is important, but racing is more important." Keep that in mind when you are answering the last two sets of Analogies questions.
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