Discussing Questions And Answers About Solve The Analogy

Michael asks…

How do you solve analogies in gre..particularly when you dont know the definition of the pair of words given?

I can solve analogies only if know the meaning of both the words in pair or if in the pair given i know on word out of it then i could guess what the other one could be. But i get totally stumped when i dont know both the meanings in the pair of words given. Is there any way i could sove analogies like these.Any tricks or logic i could apply here as i dont want to loose on these ones,Please guide.I shall be grateful.Thanks.

Jimmy answers:

If you could determine what part of speech the words are, it may help. Things to look at would be prefixes and suffixes or any other context clues.

David asks…

Solve this analogy // What is the antonym of “greeting” ?!?

My cousin needed help on her English homework, so she asked me:
It said :
Solve this analogy:
Dear >> Greeting // Sincerely >> __________ ?!
This is making me mad as well! I can’t think of the right words! Someone wanna help me(us) !?

Jimmy answers:

Farewell, goodbye, closing?

Susan asks…

Can someone solve this analogy?

what is the answer to this analogy? please help!
hematite: iron, galena: ________

Jimmy answers:

Hermatite: iron, galena: lead sulfide
(hematite is the mineral form of iron, and galena is the mineral form of lead sulfide)

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