In the name of the Merciful Allah,
Hi, would you please explain the use of the adjective: lettered, in this quote: "Directions: In this question, a related pair of words is followed by five lettered pairs of words"? I know" lettered" means: marked or inscribed with letters. Since they're lettered words, it means marked, and not inscribed, with letters. But what has confused me is presenting a practice set that follows this direction, which has not any letters as marks for the answer choices. Rather, each choice has an oval space to mark in. This is another quote that follows the one I've presented: "Analogy questions on the GRE CAT look like this:1. LITER : VOLUME ::0 bottle : can - 0 knob : radio - 0 scale : height - 0 gram : weight - 0 juice : vitamin"Please, help. Thanks ahead.