Analogies Explanation 4: Causal Relationships

Analogies explanation 4: Causal relationships

In analogies based on a causal relationship, one word is caused by the other. Phrases like “A can lead to B and C can lead to D”, or “A originated from B and C originated from D” can help you with these kinds of exercises.

Examples are: is caused by ..., is the result of ..., leads to ..., etc. heating-evaporation, sports-sweating, burning-charring, etc.

You also have to think broadly with these types of assignments. An accident can result from inattention, cheating can lead to a divorce, etc.