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language & arts question

Relationships

Example:

glance is to look
as gasp is to sound

glance is a type look and gasp is a type of sound
_______________________________________
make a realtionship:

1. Shatter is to break


a. talent is to crowd

b. batter is to stake

c. write is to read

d. wander is to roar

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2. Clasp is to necklace


a. buckle is to seat

b. map is to border

c. write to read

d. bed is to kitchen
Thanks!

  • Analogies -

    Let us know what YOU THINK the answers are, and someone here will let you know if your thinking is correct.

  • 3rd grade -

    language & arts question

    Relationships

    Example:

    glance is to look
    as gasp is to sound

    glance is a type look and gasp is a type of sound
    _______________________________________
    make a realtionship:

    1. Shatter is to break


    a. talent is to crowd

    b. batter is to stake

    c. write is to read

    d. wander is to roar

    -----------------------------
    2. Clasp is to necklace


    a. buckle is to seat

    b. map is to border

    c. write to read

    d. bed is to kitchen
    Thanks!
    ----------------OK WHAT I THINK:
    The example seems easy...but I can't make up the rest...

    batter is a type of hitting? & break is
    a time of sound?

    ahhh not sure??? :0/

  • 3rd grade -

    Your answer about batter and break is correct...now which other one has something that breaks something else.

    Clasp holds a necklace....which other sentence has something that holds.

  • Analogies -

    Frankly, they don't make sense to me either.

    1. shatter = break (they are synonyms for each other -- http://www.thesaurus.com )
    I see no synonyms among your choices, however.

    2. A clasp holds a necklace together, but I don't see any such relationship between any of the choices for this one either.

    Who made these up?

  • 3rd grade -

    A clasp holds a necklace around a person.... a buckle holds a person in a seat

  • 3rd grade -

    This is exactly as it shows on the work sheet.

    I can't figure it out.

  • 3rd grade -

    1. Shatter is to break




    b. batter is to stake

    Shatter is to batter ( they have the same sounds

    as break is to stake ( they have the same sounds.

  • 3rd grade -

    Shatter and Break have the same sound
    as batter and stake.

    I'd go with B on that one.

    That's the best I can come up with!

  • 3rd grade -

    they have the same sound...but what to i write for the analogy???
    batter is a type of ________as stake is type of______________


    buckle is a type of__________as seat is a type of _____________

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