Category: Suggestion for S.S.C.

Model Test on Preposition 03

 Fill in the blanks with suitable preposition. 11. You know that Bangladesh is a tropical country. It has a moderate climate. The climate is greatly influenced (a) — the monsoon which is a seasonal wind, it blows (b) — from the Bay of Bengal. It is from south west (c) — our country and parts …

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Model Test on Preposition 02

Fill in the blanks with suitable preposition. 6. You know that Bangladesh is a tropical country. It has a moderate climate. The climate is greatly influenced (a) — the monsoon which is a seasonal wind, it blows (b) — from the Bay of Bengal. It is from south west (c) — our country and parts …

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Model Test on Preposition 01

Preposition Model Test 01 1. In my childhood I had a close relation (a) — the river Dhaleswari. It was then a river (b) — great importance. The village of my maternal grandfather was (c) — the bank of this river. When I had been there, I always bathed (d) — this river. Alas! I do …

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Voice Change

Model Test on Voice Change Marks: 1×50=50                                                                    Time: 1 hour 1.     They should bring some books.(pass) 2.     They could easily perform their duties .(pass) 3.    Tomorrow he will bring a new history book of India.(pass) 4.     Really they might follow his directions.(pass) 5.     Should they bring glory for their motherland? (pass) 6.     They should bring glory for their motherland. (pass) 7.     My …

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Model Test on SSC English 2013

SEEN COMPREHENSION Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it : Today is Pahela Baishakh, the first day of Bangla Year 1406. The day will be celebrated with traditional festivities across the country. The day is a public holiday. In keeping with the age old tradition, traders and shopkeepers will open halkhata (fresh account books) and offer sweets …

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Model Test on English 2nd Paper For S.S.C.

1.  Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tense. Use negative where necessary.                                                                       …

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