Completing sentences means completing the incomplete sentence parts.
Some importants rules of completing sentence are given below:
1. If + conditional. Structure: If +sub+present form of main verb, sub+shall/will+present form of main verb: a. If you come, I will go.
b. If it rains, I will not go to school.
c. If you works hard, you will prosper in life.
d. If Monika sings a song, I will dance.
2. If+sub+past form of main verb, sub+would/could/might.
a. If she came, I would go.
b. If I were a bird, I would fly in the sky.
c. If I were rich, I would help the poor.
d. If I had a lot of money, I would buy a car.
3. Unless means ‘if not’:
Examples: a. Unless you study hard, you will fail in the exam.
b. Unless he works hard, he will not prosper in life.
d. unless saon come, I will not go.
e. Unless you work hard, you will not/can not shine in life.
3. Till means ”to the time of/ up to/to the time when” :
a. wait here till I come back.
b. write till I come back.
c. I waited for her till he come back.
d. wait till I return.
e. Do not eat it till the doctor comes.
f. They worked in the field till the sun set.
4. Untill means not till: a.
I shall wait here untill he comes back.
b. We will not go to school untill the rain stops.
c. Wait here untill I return.
d. Do not go untill I come.
e. Wait untill the rain stops.
5.As long as:
a. The man worked as long as he could
b. wait here as long as he comes
c. wait here as lomg as the rain stops.
6. so that means ‘purpose’ , ‘inorder to’.
Structure : Sub+verb+ so that+sub+may/can(present tense)/might/could(past tense)+ present form of verb +..
a. He works hard so that he can prosper/shine in life
b. The girl reads hard so that he may/can pass.
c. Della sells her hair so that she can buy a gift for her lover.
d. pray for me so that I can pass.
e. Eat good food so that you may keep your health fit.
f. He went to Tongi so that he might /could meet his mother.
g. We eat so that we may live.
7. In order to:
a. He works hard in order to prosper in life.
b. In order to learn English, You have to learn tense well.
8. Though/although means ‘even if’ :
a. Though he is poor, he is honest.
b. Though he is rich, he is unhappy.
c. Although/though the man is poor , he is happy.
d. Although he works hard, he can not prosper in life.
a. He is poor but honest.
b. The girl is beautiful but unhappy.
c. The girl is clever but dishonest.
d.They are hungry but not dishonest.
e. Monika is fat but Mitu is slim.
f. Sandzida is tall but her sister is short.
(10) And: a. Mitu and Anisa are two friends.
b. Do and eat.
c. Habib and sujon are friends.
d. Mamun and Sumon are two brothers.
11. Or: a. Do or die.
b. Read or you will fail.
12. As/since: a. As he was ill, he did not go to school.
b. Since you are ill, you can not go to school.
c. Since Maksodul is a good student, he made a good result.
d. As he was rich , he bought the house.
e. As he is short , he can not touch it.
13. Because of/on account of / wing to/due to:
I could not attend the class on account of /because of my illness.
b. I could not pay my tution fee because of(/on account of/ owing to/due to) my illness.
14. because: a.Everybody loves him because he is honest.
15. Relative pronoun [ who/which/that/whom/whose etc].
a. I know the man who came here.
b. This is the book which is yours.
c. I do not know what they want.
d. You will be glad to know that I have stood first in the class.
e. She knows that you will come again.