Find the third Word associated with the given two words

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Here is a brain exer­cise whose aim is to stim­u­late the con­nec­tions or asso­ci­a­tions between words in your tem­po­ral lobes. In the left col­umn you have a pair of words.
Your goal is to find a third word that is con­nected or asso­ci­ated with both of these two words.

EX: The first pair is PIANO and LOCK. The answer is KEY. The word key is con­nected with both the word piano and the word lock: there are KEYS on a piano and you can use a KEY to open locks.

1. LOCK — PIANO
2. SHIP — CARD
3. TREE — CAR
4. SCHOOL — EYE
5. PILLOW — COURT
6. RIVER — MONEY
7. BED — PAPER
8. ARMY — WATER
9. TENNIS — NOISE
10. EGYPTIAN — MOTHER
11. SMOKER — PLUMBER

Words in the brain are not stored ran­domly.
They seemed to be quite orga­nized. Research has shown that words that are often heard together (such as salt and pep­per) or words that share some mean­ing (such as nurse and doc­tor) are con­nected or asso­ci­ated in the brain.
Once you hear one, the other is activated...

Share with your family and Friends and see if they get the answers to the connected words.

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1. Lock - Piano = Key
2. Ship - Card = Deck
3. Tree - Car = Trunk
4. School - Eye = Pupil
5. Pillow - Court = Case
6. River - Money = Bank
7. Bed - Paper = Sheet
8. Army - Water = Tank
9. Tennis - Noise = Racket
10. Egyptian - Mother = Mummy
11. Smoker - Plumber = Pipe

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