Tag Archive: Preposition

Apr 29

Exercise on Preposition

Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition   1.  A pious man is absorbed (a) ____meditation. He has firm faith (b) _____the Almighty. He abides (c) _____the rules of religion. He clings (d) ______ his faith. He knows that man is accountable to the Almighty (e) ________his action. So, he leads his life according to …

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Nov 17

Model Test for Class Seven

1. Change the sentences according to the direction                                                                                  05 Mother said to her son, “Do …

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May 25

The parts of speech,kinds of parts of speech with definition and examples.

The parts of speech: Every word of a sentence is a parts of speech. There are 8 kinds of parts of speech. They are: 1.Noun. 2.Pronoun. 3.Adjective. 4.Verb. 5.Adverb.

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Mar 26

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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Jan 16

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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Jan 16

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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Jan 16

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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