Do you remember the SAT’s logic questions asking you to find the relationship between two words? Whether you do or don’t, you’ll be happy to discover the next refreshing trivia quiz that tests you twice in each question; First, you’ll need to decipher the relationship between two words and then try to choose which answer best fits the relationship. It's going to be challenging, but we already know that you don’t expect it to be easy and simple. Good Luck!
The relationship between Rio de Janeiro and Brazil is the same as that between:
The relationship between King David and Michelangelo is the same as that between:
Albert Einstein to his theory of evolution
The relationship between Joe Keller and the play "All My Sons" is the same as that between:
Bruce Willis to "Die Hard"
Miguel de Cervantes to Don Quixote
John McClane to "Die Hard"
Steven Spielberg to "Jurassic Park"
The relationship between sand and glass is the same as that between:
The relationship between the city of Paris and singer Jim Morrison is the same as that between:
The relationship between a water dog and a diver is the same as that between:
The relationship between Roquefort and Camembert is the same as that between:
The relationship between Boston and England is the same as that between:
Denver to James W. Denver
The relationship between singer Paul Stanley and Kiss is the same as that between:
Scottie Pippen To The Chicago Bulls
The relationship between croissants and France is the same as that between:
Plantains to South America
Donald Trump to the Republicans
The relationship between Emma Roberts and Julia Roberts is the same as that between:
The relationship between Romeo and Juliet to Verona is the same as that between:
"Fiddler on the Roof" to Broadway
The relationship between mango and Anba is the same as that between:
The relationship between George Bush and Barack Obama is the same as that between:
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It seems that we really confused you because the connection between you and the test has gone awry. Keep in mind that this quiz is pretty challenging, so don’t feel bad about not knowing most of the answers. The best thing to do is to try again, and this time think hard before you answer. We’re confident that you’ll do better next time.
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It wasn’t easy at all, we know, but you were able to find the logic in the questions that appeared throughout the test with respectable consistency. If you didn’t take your time with every question it’s easy to understand why you made a mistake here and there, but what’s important is that a demonstration of general knowledge, common sense and sharpness are noteworthy. Keep it up!
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