Logical Reasoning - Analogies - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Analogies - Type 1 (Q.No. 15)
Directions to Solve
A good way to figure out the relationship in a given question is to make up a sentence that describes the relationship between the first two words. Then, try to use the same sentence to find out which of the answer choices completes the same relationship with the third word.

15.
Pride is to lion as shoal is to
teacher
student
self-respect
fish
Answer: Option
Explanation:
A group of lions is called a pride. A group of fish swim in a shoal. Teacher (choice a) and student (choice b) refer to another meaning of the word school. The answer is not (choice c) because self-respect has no obvious relationship to this particular meaning of school.
Discussion:
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Vikas sha said:   3 years ago
The most common collective nouns for a group of fish in general are school and shoal. Both the words have evolved from the same common Dutch root 'schole' meaning a troop or crowd.
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AKRAM said:   1 decade ago
A group of lions is called a pride. A group of fish swim in a shoal.

Priya said:   5 years ago
A group of fish is a school I think. We say a school of fish.
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Amit kumar said:   7 years ago
Here, School is to - students or teachers.
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Sampurna said:   6 years ago
A group of fish is Shoal.
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