This is a quiz designed to test user’s knowledge of identical and mismatched pairs.

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Some people find it difficult to tell which of two items is mismatched. Are you one of those people? We’ve created a quiz to test your knowledge on identical and mismatched pairs! Can you identify which of the following pairs are mismatched?

1) A, E

2) B, F

3) C, G

Can you identify which of the following pairs are mismatched?

A, E

B, F

C, G

D, H (Mismatch)

Why is D and H mismatched? It’s because they’re both spelled with a ‘H’. If one item in an identical pair has a different letter than the other item then it will be considered to be mismatched. Take for example: A=a B=b C=c D=d. Notice how all four items have letters that match up no matter what their order is! This means there is no way for any two of them to be matched or unmatched so long as they’re not mixed around. With this quiz we hope to test your knowledge of identical and mismatched pairs.

In this quiz you will be asked to identify which pair is mismatched from a list of three items. If you can’t answer the question, don’t worry! There are detailed explanations for each example given at the bottom of this page. Once you’ve read them, come back and try again so that we can get some feedback on how well our tutorial worked in teaching people about matching up different types of things such as letters or colors

A, E: These two consonants match because they both have an ‘a’ sound except one letter is lowercase while the other upper case which makes it not considered matched even though they’re spelled with same letter combinations. B, D: These two consonants also match because they both have the ‘b’ sound and are spelled with same letter combinations.

First of all, which of these pairs is mismatched?

A, E: These two letters don’t match because one is lower case while the other upper case which makes it not considered matched even though they’re spelled with same letter combination. B, D: Theses two letters do match because they both have an “b” sound and use a different letter combo to make up for that difference in spelling. TIP: If you just can’t seem to remember what matches or doesn’t on certain things like colors/letters then try guessing by looking at their differences! When something has more than one difference it’s more likely to be mismatched.

This is a quiz designed to test user’s knowledge of identical and mismatched pairs. Which of the following pairs are mismatched? A, E: These two letters don’t match because one is lower case while the other upper case which makes it not considered matched even though they’re spelled with same letter combination. B, D: Theses two letters do match because they both have an “b” sound and use different letter combos to make up for that difference in spelling. TIP: If you just can’t seem to remember what matches or doesn’t on certain things like colors/letters then try guessing by looking at their differences! When something has more than one difference it’s more likely to be mismatched.

Hence it’s more likely to be mismatched.

TIP: If you just can’t seem to remember what matches or doesn’t on certain things like colors/letters then try guessing by looking at their differences! When something has more than one difference it’s more likely to be mismatched. Examples of this in the English language are; color and letter combinations, letters that sound different but have some similarities (examples being B-P, C-K). This will help you avoid making mistakes with spelling or grammar which would make a sentence incorrect because not all pairs match up correctly when they should do so according as per your knowledge about identical and mis matched items.

a. Apple – Pear

b. Orange – Peach

c. Strawberry – Banana

d. Mango- Guava

e. Grapefruit- Lime

Apple and pear are not mismatched because they are from the same fruit family, which is why they share a similar taste profile for both sweet and savory dishes that require apples or pears to be added as an ingredient like apple sauce desserts with ginger or caramelized onions in beef stew recipes served over mashed potatoes.” “Orange and peach have very different tastes when eaten raw but can be combined together into mango salsa salads on top of raisins, dates and figs.” The strawberry banana pairing is one that most people would never think about but it has actually been done before in a variety of desserts like banana cream pie topped with strawberry or vanilla ice cream, smoothies and even as an ingredient in baked goods. “Mango and guava are not mismatched because they both have tropical fruit flavors.” Grapefruit can be paired with lime for dishes that need tart citrus flavorings to balance the sweetness which is why it’s common to find grapefruits used as garnish on Thai noodle soups or added into marinades for Mexican-spiced chicken breasts.”

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By Ethan Devid

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