That night (a) — Calipha Harun-ar-Rashid went out into (b) — streets and alley-ways of Baghdad in quest of (c) — new adventures. Disguised in (d) — merchant’s attire, he was accompanied by Jafor and others. It so happened that as they were roaming about (e) — city, they passed by (f) — house of (g) — three girls and heard (h) — sound of (i) — music and voices singing, Al-Rashid said to Jafor, “Would that we could enter this house so that we may listen to (j) — singers and find out who they are?”
Since (a) — creation of the human being on the earth, man has (b) — close relation with nature. Man has established (c) — friendship with nature which helps man in many (d) — ways. Among the elements of environment, trees play (e) — important role in human life and economy. They are (f) — great source of food, vitamins and money. Man cannot think of dwelling places without trees, trees bear a great impact on (g) — climate. If we destroy them on (h) — large scale, there would be a great change in the atmosphere and (i) — one day the country will turn into (j) — desert.
English is (a) — richest language among other languages of the world. It is spoken all over (b) — world. Today English is (c) — must in order to get a good job. Today who speak and write (d) — standard form of English are in great demand. So, it helps (e) — man to get (f) — honourable job. It is (g) — official or semi official language in many countries, (h) — official must have (i) — good command over English. In order to keep pace with time Bangladesh has to know (j) — English.
Undoubtedly (a) — literary life is for (b):— most part (c) — unhappy life. If you have (d) — genius, you must suffer (e) — plenty of genius and if you have only (f) — talent, there are so many cares and (g) — anxieties incidental to (h) — circumstances of men of (i) — letters, as to make (j) — life exceedingly miserable.
Once (a) — Wordsworth (b) — romantic poet, was wandering. At that time he suddenly saw a great number of (c) — daffodils stretching along (d) — shore of (e) — bay, they looked as in numerous as (f) — stars in (g) — Milky way. (h) — daffodils were fluttering and dancing so brightly in (i)—breeze that even (j) — dancing waves glittering in the sun shine seemed to pale in comparison.
Socrates believed that (a) — angry man was more of (b) —beast than a human being. He had a wife who used to lose .her temper on (c) — slightest excuse. One day (d) — woman got more furious and began to insult him. He went out and sat on the door step of his (e) — house. He looked out on the public (f) — street. The wife found that he was paying the least heed to her. So, she began to pour hot water on (g) — head of Socrates. The passers-by in (h) — street were much amused at (i) — incident. They had not seen such (j) — incident before.
Bangladesh is (a) — land of flowers. It is blessed with countless (b) — flowers. Its natural beauty owes much to its flowers, (c) — flower is a thing of beauty. Each season of our country is enriched with (d) — variety of flowers, (e) — flowers of our country are too many for (f) — one to describe fully. They are varied in colour, size and shape. Some flowers are seasonal and some others are found all (g) — year round. Of countless flowers of Bangladesh (h) — rose most noted for its shape, beauty and sweet smell. It is (i) — queen of flowers. Every year in Bangladesh we see flowers of some kind or (j) — other.
|1. a)x b)the (c)x (d)a (e)the (f)the/a (g)x/the (h)the (i)x (j)the||2. (a) the (b) a; (c) x; (d) a; (e) an; (0 a; (g) the; (h) a; (i) x; (j) a|
|3. (a)the (b) the (c) a (d) the (e) a (f) an (g) the (h) the (i) a j) x||4. (a) a (b) the (c) an; (d) x; (e) x; (f) x; (g) x; (h) the; (i) x; (j) x.|
|5. a)x (b)a (c)x (d)the (e) a (f) the (g) the (h) the (i) the (j) the.||6. (a)an (b)a (c)the (d)the (e)x (f)x (g)the (h)the; (i) the; j) an.|
|7. (a)a (b)x (c)a (d)a (e)the (f)x (g) the; (h) the; (i) the; (j) the.||8. (a)a (b)the (c) the (d) x (e) the (f) the (g) the (h) x i) x j) the|
Sincerity is (a) — great virtue. A sincere man works properly and gets (b) —desired result, (c) — rich work sincerely and succeeded (d) — anything a success, (e) — great people are also sincere to their work. They knew (f) — importance of sincerity. As (g) — poor are insincere to their duties, they always lag behind and suffer. Only to perform a task properly is not (h) — sincerity. The people of our (i) — country are no£ aware of its importance. So, they should be aware of (j) — sincerity.
Reading newspaper is quite (a) — laudable habit. Some people cannot help reading (b) — newspapers. It is true that with (c) — invention of radio, TV, computer Internet, men have (d) — access to information worldwide. But (e) — importance of newspapers has not lessened at all (f) — newspaper tells tales of (g) — people. In a newspaper, one can get news about science, politics, sports etc. While reading a newspaper, (h) — reader may not read (i) — whole newspaper. He only goes through (j) — area or areas of his own interest. But certainly by reading a newspaper, we get all kinds of information.
(a) — addiction to heroin is a very dangerous thing. It destroys not only (b) — person but also (c) — family, usually people become addicted where there is (d) — influence of (e) — evil companion. People are not addicted to it suddenly. It becomes (0 — habit gradually. It has a very harmful effect to both (g) — body and mind. .So, People should be made conscious of its harm. However it should be remembered that (h) — addict is (i) — ill or sick person. If he gets (j) — opportunity, he can be cured. So, everybody should give him a chance to be cured through proper treatment.
Punctuality is of great value to (a) — student, (b) — unpunctual student who is late in (c) — class will miss (d) — important lessons. But (e) — punctual student learns his lessons in (f) — time and do well in (g) — examination. Punctuality is (h) — key to success in life. We should be (i) — punctual in all of our activities. So that we may develop punctuality as (j) — habit.
My aunt lived on (a) — ground floor of (b) — old house on (c) — river Padma. She was very much afraid of (d) — burglars and always locked up (e) — house carefully before she went to (f) — bed. She also took (g) — precaution of looking under (h) — bed to see if (i) —burglar was hiding there, this was one of (j)—habits of my aunt.
(a) — infant always asks such (b) — uncommon question that even (c) — aged man fails to answer (d) — uncommon question. (e) — intelligent man has to think over (f) — questions. It is not an easy matter to satisfy (g) — inquisitive infant. Sometimes (h) — aged man also grows angry with (i) — inquisitive boy or girl who always wants to know more. We must not be (j) — impatient with the infant.
Suppose you have (a) — car. You enjoy driving (b) — car whenever you get (c) — chance. While driving, you must adhere to (d) — lot of things. First, all (e) — papers that (f) — policemen may demand for at any moment. Then (g) — fuel and (h) — functions of (i) — engine. Now make sure, your body and mind is in (j) — unique condition to drive in the crowded street.
My aunt lived on (a) — ground floor of (b) — old house on (c) — River Tames. She was very much afraid of (d) — burglars and always locked up (e) — house very carefully before she went to (f) — bed. She also took (g) — precaution of looking under (h) — bed to see if (i) — burglar was hiding there. She knew that modern burglars didn’t hide under beds, but she went on looking just (j) — same.
|1. (a)a (b)the (c) the (d) x (e) the (f) the (g) the (h) x i) x j) the||2. (a)a (b)x (c)the (d)an (e)the (f)x (g)the (h)a (i)the (j) the.|
|3. (a) x (b) a (c) the (d) an (e) x (f) a (g) x (h) an (i) an (j) an.||4. (a) a (b) an (c) the (d) the (e) a (f) x (g) the (h) a (i) x (j) a.|
|5. (a)the (b)an (c)the (d)the (e)the (f)x (g)x (h)the (i) x (j) the.||6. (a)an (b)an (c)an (d)the (e)an (f)the (g)an (h)an (i)the (j) x.|
|7. (a)a (b)the (c) a; (d) a; (e) the; (f) the; (g) the; (h) a (i)x (j)x||8. (a)the (b)an (c)the (d)the (e)the (f) x (g) x (h)the (i)x (j)the|
There was (a) — idle man who inherited vast property from his father. He did not like physical labour. As (b) — result, he became very fat and could not move from one place to another. He called in (c) — European doctor, (d) — doctor was very intelligent. He did not prescribe any medicine for man. He advised him to buy (f) — heavy club and move it in (g) — air till he got (h) — tired. Following the advice of the doctor, he became (i) — thin from (j) — obese man.
Robi is (a) — street boy. He is (b) — orphan. He loves (c) — street of Dhaka city. One day he went to New Market. He saw (d) — fruit seller selling different kinds of fruit. There he found (e) — old man buying some apples, (f) — apples looked very fresh. His mouth watered at (g) — sight of (h) — apples. He-wished if he could have an apple. He thought for a while. Feeling pity for him (i) — old man gave him (j) — apple.
At my first school, we read Shakespeare plays with (a) — teacher who made them very interesting indeed, (b) — first time I came to London on (c) — visit with my father, in 1907. I gave him no peace till he took me to see Sir Herbert Tree in the Merchant of Venice, (d) — play were reading at (e) — time. Later, when (f) — Benson company came to (g) — Plymouth, I went every night for (h) — whole week, reading (i) — play by day, and seeing it in (j) — evening.
Dr, zaman is (a) — MBBS. He is very (b) — honest & hardworking. He works in (c) — private hospital. He lives in (d) — rented house. His wife, Dr. Wahida is (e) — medical officer of Dhaka Medical College Hospital. They had (f) — two children – Snarl & Najah, Both (g) — children are reading in (h) — kindergarten school, (i) — school is not far from their house. To speak the truth, this is (j) — example of a typical nuclear family.
Nasiruddin was (a) — emperor of Delhi. Though he was (b) — emperor, he lived like (c) — poor man. He has always busy for. (d) — welfare of (e) — subjects. He did not take any money from the Royal (f) — Treasury. He would lead (g) — honest life. He would copy (h) — holy Quran. He used to sell the copied Quran in (i) — market. He would maintain his family with (j) — money he would get by selling them. An honest emperor like him is very rear today.
(a) — Shatgombuj Mosque is (b) — 15th century Islamic edifice situated in (c) — suburbs of Bagerhat, on the edge of the Sunderbans, some 175 km south-west of (d) — Dhaka. It is (e) — enormous Moghul (f) — architectural site covering (g) — very large area, (h) — Mosque is unique in that it has sixty pillars, which support seventy seven exquisitely curved domes that have worn away with (i) — passage of time, (j) —mausoleum of the city’s founder. Khan Jahan Ali can be found.
The students of our college have to remain busy all the time. As soon as (a) — test is over we have to get ready for another (b) — test. So we have to remain careful all (c) — year round. We know (d) — more we study (e) — more we will learn. Also, (f) — students are kept busy with a co-curricular activity. Cultural competitions are held on (g) — number of occasions. There is a proverb that practice makes (h) — man perfect. So we leave no (1) — stone unturned to reach the goal of (j) — success.
Hamlet was once (a) — happiest young man in the country. But (b) — great trouble came into his life. His father died suddenly in (c) — mysterious way. Hamlet was told that (d) — old king had died from the bite of (e) — snake while he was asleep.
(a) — camel is not the animal of .our country. It is (b) — ugly animal. But it is (c) — very useful animal. There is (d)—, hump on its back. It is very useful to (e) — Arabs, (e) — Arab takes care of the camel, (g) — Arabs move from one place to another on its back. It is called (h) — ship of desert. The camel is (i) — docile animal. It is not a ferocious (j) — animal.
|1. (a) an (b) a (c) a (d) The (e) the (0 a (g) the (h) x (i) x; (j) an.||2. (a)a (b)an (c)the (d)a (e)an (f)the (g)the (h) the (i) the (j)an|
|3. a)a b)the (c)a (d)the (e)the (f)the (g)x (h)the/a (i)the (j)the.||4. (a) an (b) x (c) a (d) a; (e) a: (f) x; (g) the: (h) a; (i) the: (j) an|
|5. (a)the (b)an (c)a (d)the (e)the (f)x (g)an (h)the (i)the (j) the||6. (a)the (b)a (c)the (d) x (e) an (f) x (g) a (h) the (i) the (j) the|
|7. (a)the (b) x (c) the (d) the (e) the (f) the (g) a (h) a (i) x (j) x||8. (a) the; (b) a; (c) a; (d) the; (e) a.|
|9. (a) the; (b) an; (c) a; (d) a; (e) the; (f) an; (g) the; (h) the; (i) a; (j) x|
To forgive (a) — injury is often considered to be (b) — sign of weakness. It is really (c) — sign of strength. It is easy to allow oneself to be carried away by resentment and hatred into (d) — act of vengeance: but it takes (e) — strong character to restrain those natural passions. The man who forgives (f) — injury proves himself to be, (g) — superior of the man who wronged him, and (h) — wrongdoer to shame. Forgiveness may even (i) — turn a foe into a friend. So mercy is (j) — noblest from of revenge,
Life is full of (a) — unfavorable circumstances, (b) — great men in (c) — world bravely faced (d) — adverse situations. These situations bring out (e) — man’s latent qualities, (f) — man in such circumstances learns many virtues like fortitude and bravery. Only (g) — virtues and brave men can conquer (h) — obstacles of life, (i) — adverse situations have glorified (j) — minds and characters of great men.
(a) — underground is (b) — electrically operated underground (c) — railroad. Its construction was first stimulated in (d) — 19th century, (e) — world’s first underground was (f) — brainchild of Charles Pearson, solicitor of the city of London. The first phase between Fanington to Paddington was begun in 1860 and completed in 1863, the construction was done in (g) — cut-and cover method, (h) — arched brick structure was first constructed in (i) — open trench and then earth was (j) — backfilled over it.
Our life is (a) __ sum total of days, months and years. But all days are not equally memorable to us. Most of (b) __ days are forgotten with (c) __ passage of time. Only (d) __ few days remain fresh in our memory. My first day at school is such (e) __ amusing day. It is still fresh in my mind. When I was (f) __ boy of six, my father got me admitted into (g) __ new school. We took a rickshaw and arrived at (h) __ school. I felt both (i) __ joy and fear.
Money cannot buy (a) __ happiness. Money is (b) __ must for our life. But it is not (c) __ essential factor to bring our happiness. Happiness is absolutely (d) __ psychological thing. It is (e) __ name of (f) __ feeling. It means the contentment of mind. He who is (g) __ satisfied with what he gets and contented with his life is (h) __ really a happy man. Happiness cannot be purchased by (i) __ money. No doubt money has got something to do with (j) __ happiness but it cannot give us happiness.
(a) __ Bangladesh is (b) __ land of six seasons. Of all (c) __ seasons I like (d) __ spring most. It is called (e) __ queen of seasons. It comprises (f) __ Bangli months of (g) __ Falgoon and Chaitra. After (h) __ end of (i) __ winter, it comes with all its beauty and (j) __ charms.
More then (a) __ thousand years before (b) __ Christ, near (c) __ eastern end of (d) __ Mediterranean was (e) __ great city. Very rich and power second to none on (f) __ earth. (g) __ name of it was Troy and even today no city is more famous. (h) __ cause of this long lasting fame was (i) __ war told of one of the world’s great poems, the Iliad, and (j) __ cause of the war went back to a dispute between three jealous goddesses.
The computer is (a) __ fairly recent invention. It has now become (b) __ essential part of (c) __ modern life. It has greatly benefited us and brought about (d) __ revolutionary changes in our life. Any device that helps mathematical calculating can be called (e) __ computer. In this sense, the abacus is also (f) __ simple computer. Today, however, (g) __ term computer refers to (h) __ special kind of electronic machine that can perform mathematical calculations and process large masses of (i) __ information at (j) __ great speed.
Everybody knows that industry is (a) __ key to success. (b) __ person can prosper in life by doing hard work. The man who does not follow (c) __ rules so sincerity can never go (d) __ long way in (e) __ world. Many (f) __ man is not conscious of (g) __ importance of (h) __ it for which they do not have (i) __ benefit of (j) __ success.
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|3. a)the b)an c)x d)the e)the f)the g)the h)the i)an j)x||4. (a)a; (b)the; (c)the; (d)a; (e)an; (f)a; (g)a; (h)x; (i)x|
|5. (a)x; (b)a; (c)an; (d)a; (e)the; (f)a; (g)x ; (h)a; (i)x; (j)x||6.a)x b)a c)the d)the e)the f)the (g)x (h)the (i)the (j)x|
|7. a)a b)the c)the d)the e)a f)the g)the (h) the (i)a (j)the||8. (a)a (b)an (c)x (d)x (e)a (f)a (g)the (h)a (i) x (j)a|
|9. (a)the (b)a (c)the (d)a (e)the (f)a (g)the (h)x (i)the (j)x|