Category: Rules

Transformation of Sentence

PRACTICE SHEET on TRANSFORMATION OF SENTENCES (Simple, Complex, Compound) NB: Identify the sentence type & transform into the remaining two   Though he was learned, he did not get a good job. A friend who is true stands by his friend in time of need. They saw a ship that was coming to them. They saw …

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Exercises of Prefix and Suffix

Complete the text adding suffixes and prefixes or the both with the root words.   1. Hazrat Muhammad (Sm.) is the last prophet of Allah and the (a) lead of all prophets. He is the greatest of men and (b) teach ever born on the earth. Before his birth Arabia was steeped in (c) dark, …

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Rules of Preposition with Exercise

       Rules of Preposition with Exercise                          At Place: He lives at Mugdapara in Dhaka. Time: I always come back from school at 3 pm. Level: The coach runs at fifty miles on hour. Site: He looks at me. Cox’s Bazar is at the north site of Bangladesh. Price: Rice is sold at …

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Rules of Changing Degree

                        Rules of Changing Degree   Positive Comparative Superlative No other (s) Than any other (s) The (s/p) Very few (p) Than most other (p) One of the (p) No other (s) Than all other (p) The —- of all.

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Practise Sheet on Cloze Test Without Clues

Close Test Without Clues 1. Fill in the blanks without clues.  Bangladesh (a)——-in the active Earthquake (b)———. It is a (c)———–natural disaster. It has occurred in the country (d)—-times during recent years. If a (e)—–earthquake occurs in Dhaka city (f)—will happen unthinkable. So, experts are paying more (g)—-to the issue of earthquakes in (h)—-times. People …

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Exercise on Articles

  1. Use articles where necessary. Put a cross (x) mark where an article is not needed: Tea is a drink. It is also (a) ———– refreshing drink. The preparation of tea is a long but (b) ———-interesting process, (c) ———-water is first boiled in (d)——-— kettle and (e)———-desired quantity of (f) ———- tea dust …

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Suppose you are shahina. Now write a letter to your friend Aliva describing your school.

22 April 2013 Tongi,Gazipur Dear Aliva, I received your letter yesterday. In your letter you wanted to know about my school. Now I am telling about this. The name of my school is Ratonpur High School. It is in Tongi. It is a big building. There are five hundred students in the school. There are …

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Grammertical Term

A Active verb: The subject does the action of the verb: Subject verb object e.g. The boy hit the ball. Adjective: A word that modifies a noun (someone or something). e.g. The little boy hit the big, blue, ball. Adjective clause: A dependent clause that modifies (describes) a noun. Another name is a relative clause. …

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Completing Sentence

  Completing Sentence 1. If I were you ————. 2. He came here with a view to ————. 3. Five years have passed since ————. 4. It is I who ————. 5. If I had known that you were in the markets ———. 6. I fancy ————.

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Model Test on Preposition 04

Preposition Model Test 04 16. The moon is a very familiar figure (a) — all of us. She awakens a feeling (b) — love and tenderness in our hearts. Even the infant in arms stretches (c) — its hands to grasp this beautiful object. Nor is her appeal confined (d) — only children. Ever since the …

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