October 2002
Literary Cavalcade;Oct2002 Supplement, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p14
Presents keys to mastering analogies, a section to infer the relationship between two words in Scholastic Assessment Test for admission in colleges. Emphasis on finding the connection between words in pairs; Questions for practice.


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