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Skill Builders: Word Analogy Questions, Week 14

Week 14: Word analogies to sharpen students' thinking skills and prepare them for standardized tests.
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Word Analogy

Week 14

Directions: The analogies below are word problems that consist of two word pairs. Look at the first pair and decide how the two words relate to each other. Then select one of the words below so the second pair of words has the same relationship.

1. SCENE : PLAY :: SILL : ______

  • SHOE
  • TABLE
  • WINDOW

2. INDIVIDUAL : GROUP :: CITY : ______

  • COUNTRY
  • MEMBER
  • PHILADELPHIA

3. PARTIAL : COMPLETE :: OMIT : ______

  • FINISH
  • INCLUDE
  • ONE
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Word Analogy Answers

Week 14

1. SCENE : PLAY :: SILL : WINDOW



The best answer is WINDOW. A SCENE is part of a PLAY. Therefore, in the second pair of words, one word must be part of the other. A SILL is part of a WINDOW.

2. INDIVIDUAL : GROUP :: CITY : COUNTRY



The best answer is COUNTRY. An INDIVIDUAL is part of a GROUP. Therefore, in the second pair of words, one word must be part of the other. A CITY is part of a COUNTRY.

3. PARTIAL : COMPLETE :: OMIT : INCLUDE



The best answer is INCLUDE. PARTIAL and COMPLETE are antonyms – words that have opposite meanings. Therefore, the second pair of words must also be antonyms. INCLUDE is an antonym for OMIT.
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