Can You Figure Out the Relations??

 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!
Rio de Janeiro
The relationship between Rio de Janeiro and Brazil is the same as that between:
Rio de Janeiro is the former capital of Brazil, just as Kyoto is the former capital of Japan
New Delhi to India
Kyoto to Japan
Barcelona to Spain
London to England
Michelangelo’s Statue of David
The relationship between King David and Michelangelo is the same as that between:
Michelangelo created the statue of David, and Microsoft created the operating system Windows
Microsoft to Windows
Target to Walmart
Albert Einstein to his theory of evolution
Pfizer to Viagra
Chairs in a theater hall
The relationship between Joe Keller and the play "All My Sons" is the same as that between:
Joe Keller is the protagonist of the play "All My Sons," similar to John McClane –the protagonist in "Die Hard"
Bruce Willis to "Die Hard"
Miguel de Cervantes to Don Quixote
John McClane to "Die Hard"
Steven Spielberg to "Jurassic Park"
A glass bottle on a beach
The relationship between sand and glass is the same as that between:
Glass is made of, among other things, sand, just as steel is made of, among other things, iron
Seeds to dirt
Iron to steel
Jeans to button
Gelatin to cake
The Doors with lead singer Jim Morrison
The relationship between the city of Paris and singer Jim Morrison is the same as that between:
Singer Jim Morrison is buried in Paris, just as Saudi Arabia has large quantities of oil buried in it
Easter to egg hunt
Wedding to divorce
Exodus to desert
Oil to Saudi Arabia
The relationship between a water dog and a diver is the same as that between:
A water dog is a diver, just as a villain is a bad person
Shoe to shoehorn
Hook to fishing rod
Milk to cow
Villain to bad person
Camembert cheese
The relationship between Roquefort and Camembert is the same as that between:
Roquefort and Camembert are two kinds of cheese bearing the name of the region where they are made in France, like Chianti and Marsala, two wines bearing the name of the region where they are made in Italy
Chianti to Marsala
Anchor to boat
Hollywood to Movies
Champagne to Champagne
old town
The relationship between Boston and England is the same as that between:
Boston in the U.S was named after Boston, Lincolnshire, England just as New York (originally New Amsterdam) was named after Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Barcelona to Gaudi
New York to Amsterdam
New Orleans to France
Denver to James W. Denver
Electric Guitar
The relationship between singer Paul Stanley and Kiss is the same as that between:
Singer, Paul Stanley is a member and lead singer of Kiss, similar to Polaris, which is the brightest star in the "Little Bear" constellation.
Scottie Pippen To The Chicago Bulls
Boston to Massachusetts
iPhone to Apple
Polaris to “Little Bear”
The relationship between croissants and France is the same as that between:
Croissants originated in France just like the chebureki pastry comes from Georgia
Chebureki to Georgia
Plantains to South America
Great to awesome
Donald Trump to the Republicans
Julia Roberts
The relationship between Emma Roberts and Julia Roberts is the same as that between:
Emma and Julia belong to the same family (aunt and niece), similar to the rectangle and square that belong to the square family
Lentils to rice
Rectangle to square
Sodium to chloride
Polar bear to walrus
Actors perform "Romeo and Juliet" on stage
The relationship between Romeo and Juliet to Verona is the same as that between:
The play "Romeo and Juliet" takes place in Verona, similar to the play "Cabaret” which takes place in Berlin
"Cabaret" to Berlin
"Fiddler on the Roof" to Broadway
Woody Allen to New York
"Hamlet" to London
Mango served on a plate
The relationship between mango and Anba is the same as that between:
Anba is made from mango and similarly, paper is made of wood
Henna to Tattoo
Water to ice
Wood to paper
Concrete to gravel
Two men shaking hands
The relationship between George Bush and Barack Obama is the same as that between:
George Bush and Barack Obama were both Presidents of The United States. Similarly, sugar and stevia both serve as sweeteners
Sugar to Stevia
Congress to government
Google to Facebook
Glasses to eye drops
a man on a mountain with a walkie talkie
You’ve cut off all contact
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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You connected with us
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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You're our greatest "contact person!"
You belong to an exclusive minority of geniuses, no less, who have managed to decipher most or all of the relationships we presented in the quiz. From now on you will be our contact person for everything related to knowledge of culture, geography, politics, sports, and more. Take pride in yourself and challenge others to see if they can do as good as you!
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