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The question below consists of a pair of related words followed by four pairs of words. Select the pair the best expresses the relation in the original pair$.$

Erudition : Scholar

1. steadfast $:$ mercurial
2. competence $:$ strict
3. skill $:$ craftsman
4. nurse $:$ doctor

$\text{Erudition}$ means $\text{scholarship}$

So it is $\text{scholarship}:\text{Scholar}$  Scholar has scholarship.

$\Rightarrow$ $\text{steadfast} : \text{mercurial}-$ there is no "has a" relationship.

$\Rightarrow$ $\text{competence} : \text{strict}-$ there is no "has a" relationship.

$\Rightarrow$ $\text{nurse}:\text{doctor}-$ there is no "has a" relationship.

$\therefore$  $\text{skill} : \text{craftsman}$ Craftsman has skill $-$ is the most appropriate choice.

So, option C. $\text{skill} : \text{craftsman}$  is the correct answer.
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So a person is not a noun?
person is a noun...I meant to say that right side is only a person not any other thing and left side can be any other noun except person.