Skill Builders: Word Analogy Questions

Two students working in a classroom  Weekly word analogies – word problems that consist of two word pairs – sharpen students' thinking skills and prepare them for standardized tests. Build and evaluate students' vocabulary skills each week with these exercises. Students look at the first pair of words and decide how they relate to each other. Then, they select the most appropriate term that makes the second pair of words have the same relationship. Each skill builder includes an answer key that explains the reason for each pairing.

 

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