To make a word, look for patterns between the two words in the first group, like the 1st letter from the 1st word being followed by the same numbered letter from the 2nd word.
This 11-plus verbal reasoning quiz challenges you to find the word that completes group b in the same way as the word in brackets completes group a.
These can be quite tricky to work out, so a pencil and paper is a good idea to help you. Take your time until you are absolutely sure you have the correct answer - a guess can always be wrong.
Not only will you get some great 11+ practice by doing these quizzes, but you will also find out some very interesting facts along the way. An example has been done for you. Enjoy Make a Word 3.