Jun 20

hadiul islam

Transitive Verbs Starting with C

Cabin (v. t.) To confine in, or as in, a cabin.

Cable (v. t.) To fasten with a cable.

Cable (v. t.) To ornament with cabling. See Cabling.

Cabob (v. t.) To roast, as a cabob.

Cade (v. t.) To bring up or nourish by hand, or with tenderness; to coddle; to tame.

Cadence (v. t.) To regulate by musical measure. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 20

hadiul islam

Transitive Verbs Starting with B

Badge (v. t.) To mark or distinguish with a badge.

Badger (v. t.) To tease or annoy, as a badger when baited; to worry or irritate persistently.

Badger (v. t.) To beat down; to cheapen; to barter; to bargain.

Baffle (v. t.) To cause to undergo a disgraceful punishment, as a recreant knight.

Baffle (v. t.) To check by shifts and turns; to elude; to foil.

Baffle (v. t.) To check by perplexing; to disconcert, frustrate, or defeat; to thwart.

Bag (v. t.) To put into a bag; as, to bag hops. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 20

hadiul islam

Transitive Verbs Starting with A

Abacinate (v. t.) To blind by a red-hot metal plate held before the eyes.

Abalienate (v. t.) To transfer the title of from one to another; to alienate.

Abalienate (v. t.) To estrange; to withdraw.

Abalienate (v. t.) To cause alienation of (mind).

Aband (v. t.) To abandon. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 20

hadiul islam

Intransitive Verbs Starting with A

Abdicate (v. i.) To relinquish or renounce a throne, or other high office or dignity.

Aberr (v. i.) To wander; to stray.

Aberrate (v. i.) To go astray; to diverge.

Abhor (v. i.) To shrink back with horror, disgust, or dislike; to be contrary or averse; — with

Abide (v. i.) To wait; to pause; to delay.

Abide (v. i.) To stay; to continue in a place; to have one’s abode; to dwell; to sojourn; — with with before a person, and commonly with at or in before a place. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 18

Mahbub Murad

Voice Change

                                                                 Voice Change

1. They searched his house and found a number of stolen articles. 2. People say that the lion is the king of beast. 3. The truck ran over the boy. The boy was run over by the truck. 4. They laughed at the old man. 5. I saw a saw to saw a saw with a saw. 6. I can can a can. 7. I have no time to do the work. 8. He wants someone to take the photographs. 9. I want him to write the letter. 10. The manager urged the supervisor to reduce the rates. 11. He decided to sell the house. 12. He suggested giving up smoking. 13. He made me to do the work.

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Jun 09

Mahbub Murad

A Research Paper on English Department Curriculum and Former Graduates of English


Research paper writing involves being critical as well as reflective. At the same time, it is also a great opportunity for us to write this research paper on:

“An Evaluation of English Department Curriculum in the Light of Former Graduates of English”  

At the time of preparing the paper, we had to do hard labor, mentally and physically. Firstly, we had to read different books, research papers, journals and we searched different web pages. Similarly, as our topic was based on present circumstance, so we had to do field work and get support from our friends, classmates, teachers and other graduates for collecting much information to make the research fruitful. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 06

Mahbub Murad

Exercise of Transformation of Sentence


1. I would as soon die as injure you. (Comparative)

2. He is as intimate to me as to you. (Comparative)

3. There is no mystery as great as misery. (Comparative)

4.  He is at lest as competent as any other man. (Comparative)

5. O what misery is in store for me! (Assertive)

6.  How charming!  (Assertive) Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 05


Exercise on Prefix and Suffix

1. Fill in the gaps used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text

Good health means the (a) sound of body and mind. Health is the root of all (b) happy. One should take exercise (c) regular to keep a good health. He is also to observe the rules of (d) clean. An (e) healthy man cannot enjoy life. He suffers from (f) frustrate, confusion etc. On the other hand a (g) health man can enjoy his life (h) full.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 05


Linking Words with Exercises

Fill in the blanks with suitable linking words from the list.

1. That is why, if, not only, secondly, but also, thus, in fact

Owls are familiar birds. Many people think that they are not only ugly (a) _____ useless. They might be ugly but not useless. (b) _____, they are the farmers’ friends because they eat mice and rats which destroy their grains. Owl sleeps in the day time and comes out at night and hunts its food. Mice and rats also hunt their food. (c) _____ it is easy for owl to kill so many mice and rats. Owls eat (d) _____ mice and rats but also insects. Many insects harm crops. (e) _____ by eating mice, rats, and insects, owls help us. Read the rest of this entry »

Jun 05


English Model Test for PEC 2014

                                 Model Test for PEC

                                                                               Subject: English

Time: 2:30 hours                                                                                                                    Full Marks:  100

                                                                                                                             Set – A

Read the text and answer the question 1, 2 and 3.


There lived a woodcutter in a village. One day he was cutting wood near a river. Suddenly his axe fell into theriver. The river was very deep. The woodcutter did notknow how to swim or dive. So, lie was sitting there sadly. A wonderful thing happened. A beautiful fairy appeared before the woodcutter. The fairy asked the woodcutter what had happened to him. Read the rest of this entry »

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