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analogy problems are very difficult, especially for non-native students.
2) insect-- Right.
3) You didn't try this one.
4) rain -- Right.
5) grapes are made into wine :: squid are made into calamari
So basically all I need to do is to make a logical sentence that could answer both situations. For example:
A bill becomes a law; a larva becomes an insect. Or A bill turns into a law; a larva turns into an insect.
string is like thread but larger:: a barrel is like a cask but larger
However, a well-written analogy can be tricky, with more than one way of comparing the items, and you have to find the best one.
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