Category: Language

List of Linking Verbs and Their Uses

Definition of Linking Verbs: The verbs which connect the subject of the verb to give additional information about the subject are called linking verbs. They do not express the action of the subject but they show the position of the subject and they also give extra information about the subject. They may be called action …

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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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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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Features of Language

Features of Language It is generally believed that human beings are the sole species capable of developing language thanks to their intelligence and appropriate structure of the vocal tract. It is clear, however, that animals are also capable of communicating in their own way, for instance, bees by tail-wagging, or whales by ‘singing’. Yet, there …

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Culture and Its Characteristics

Culture: The quality in a person or society that arises from a concern for what is regarded as excellent in arts, letter, manner etc. is considered as culture. It is a particular form or stage of civilization. It develops our mind or society by education and training. Culture is a term which helps a particular …

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Definition of Paradigmatic

Paradigmatic: Generally when we construct a grammatical sentence, we have to select words according to one set of rules and the set of rules is considered as paradigmatic. For example; ‘The cat sat on the mat.’ Here the first word could be replaced by ‘A’ or ‘No’; the second word could be replaced by ‘Dog’ …

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Types of style

Types of style: Generally three styles were distinguished the grand style; middle style and the plain style. They can be associated with the editorial factor of tone, and can be considered three stages on scale of poetic elevation. The analogy of clothing can again give some idea of what was meant by the three styles; …

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