Article (Exercise in Passage)

Grammar Exercise-Article in Passage

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  1. (a)——-discipline is seen in (a)——nature. Every morning (c)—–sun rises in (d)—–east, day follows (e)——night, birds sing and (f)—–plants blossom. Everywhere in (g)—-nature, there is (h)—harmony. If there were no discipline in (i)——nature, there would have been (j)——chaos everywhere.
  2. (a)—Kamal has an uncle in (a)——Dhaka. He is (b)—-engineer. He works in (c)—–European firm. He is (d)——important figure in (e)—–firm. He is not only (f)—industrious but (g)—–honest. He hates the idle because he knows that (h)—–industrious prosper in life. On (i)—–other hand, (j)—lazy suffer in life.
  3. (a)——-moon always awakens in our hearts(b)——feeling (c)——of love and tenderness. (d)——moon has furnished (e)——they use for poets and artists ever since (f)—–stirring of (g)—-poetic faculty in men. (h)—–soft and silvery brightness of the moon which (i)—–waves her to charm us is (j)—-light of the sun.
  4. (a)—–morning walk is a good habit for all classes of people. It is (b)—–simple exercise and good for health and (c)——mentality. In the morning (d)—–air is fresh and free from any kind of noise and pollution. This pure (e)——environment makes an active effect on (f)—– walker’s health and mind. When (g)—-man enjoys (h)—–beauties and solemnity of (i)—–nature in (j)—–morning.
  5. (a)—–thing of beauty is (b)—–joy forever. (c)——-flower is a beautiful (d)——-thing. Everybody likes (e)——-flower. But it is a matter for sorrow (f)——-flower is very much short-lived. The rose is (g)——best of all flowers. It is also short-lived. (h)——-beauty of (i)——rose charms all. Its sweet smell draws  (j)——-attention of others.
  6. (a)——teacher is compared with (b)—–architecture. He is called the architect of a nation. He teaches (c)——illiterate. He is (d)—–light in deep(e)——darkness. But unfortunately (f)—–teachers are not held in due respect. They lead (g)——humble life. They live in (h)—-midst of want. Yet they keep (i)—–light of education at (j)——cost of their own lives.
  7. Money cannot buy (a)—happiness. Money is (b)—must for our life. But it is not (c)—unimportant to bring our happiness. Happiness is absolutely (d)—psychological things. It is (e)—name of (f)—feeling. If means the contentment of the mind. He who is (g)—satisfied with what he gets and content with his life is (h)—really happy. Happiness cannot be purchased with (i)—money. No doubt, money has got something to do with (j)—happiness but it cannot give us happiness.
  8. A true friend is (a)…..asset. He stands by his (b)……..friend in times of danger. He is not (c)——-greedy man. He always wishes for (d)…….welfare of his friend. But it is (e)——–matter of (f)——–fact that (g)——-ideal friend is very rare today. (h)——selfish man cannot be (i)——-true friend. He thinks of his own (j)——-interest.    
  9. (a)—–ant is (b)——-industrious insect. No other insect is as industrious as (c)—-ant. If we open (d)——pages of history, we shall see that (e)——men who have become great were (f)—–industrious. (g)——-industrious are liked by all. On (h)—–other hand, (i)—–idle are hated by all. So, industry is (j)—–must to prosper in life.
  10. Bangladesh is (a)——independent country. But nobody made (b)- —-gift of independence to us. It was (c)—–province of (d)——Pakistan in the name of East Pakistani rulers treated East Pakistan as (f)—–colony of West Pakistan in (g)——name of Pakistan and deprived us of our due share.(h)—–Pakistani army brutally cracked down upon (i)—–innocent people of East Pakistan. (j)——-people took arms.
  11. Bangladesh is (a)….small country but it has a large (b)…..population. She lies in (c)…..South Asia on (d)….Bay of Bengal. Once Bangladesh was not (e)….independent country. Now she is (f)……free country.(g)….country is being developed by so many occupations of (j)….people of Bangladesh.              
  12. Begging is not at all (a)—employment. It is (b)—charity of (c)—others. It does not give anything good to (d)—society. It does not develop (e)—man’s ability or will to be self-reliant. It makes (f)—man devoid of any sense of self-respect. Those who live by begging cannot claim any dignity in (g)—society. It is regarded as (h)—burden and (i)—curse to society. It is (j)—most disgraceful and disreputable means of living.
  13. Hazrat Omar (R) was (a)——-second Caliph of Islam. He was (b)——-honest Caliph. He used to lead a humble (c)——-life. He used to go and see the condition of (d)——-subjects with his own eyes. At dead of night, he would walk (e)——-streets of Medina. One night while walking he heard (f)——sound of crying. (g)———sound was coming from (h)——-hut. He went near (i)——hut. He saw an aged woman boiling something in the open (j)——-pot. He wanted to know the reason for her crying.
  14. Dhaka stand on (a)——Buriganga. It is (b)—–old city. It is (c)—— populous city. People of different religions live in (d)—–city. Their occupation is not (e)—–same. There is (f)—–Engineering University and Agricultural University in (g)—–Dhaka. (h)——Zoo and (i)—–National Museum are famous. (j)——-Engineering University is also famous.
  15. Dowry means property or money brought by a bride to her (a)—husband. During the marriage ceremony (b)—section of greedy people claim much wealth or money from (c)—guardians of the brides. (d)—poor illiterate girls become (e)—victims of dowry. If(f)—guardians fail to fulfill. (g)—demand of (h)—bridegroom. The brides are maltreated. So, the poor cannot think of the marriage of their daughters. It is (i)—social curse. This curse can be eliminated by changing the outlook of people especially the male (j)—members.
  16. Education is one of (a)…..basic needs of (b)—— human beings.(c)…..poor socio-economic condition of Bangladesh can be largely attributed to most people’s inaccessibility to (d)……education. If all the people were educated, they could live (e)…..healthy and planned (f)…..life. It enhances our ability to raise crops, store food, protect (g)——environment, and carry out our social responsibilities. It is only education that can help us to adopt (h)——rational attitude. It provides us with (i)…….enlightened awareness about things and this awareness is (j)—–prerequisite for social development.
  17. Electronic mail is (a)——- modern method of instant delivery of (b)——-letters without (c)—involvement of (d)——postman. In this system of mailing, messages are sent with the help of a computer. In (e)—–electronic mail or (f)—— e-mail system (g)—–letter or any other document is typed and edited on a computer. It is sent to the addressee through (h)——- computer network in (i)—— form of (j)—— electronic signals.
  18. English is (a)—–international language. It is spoken all over (b) ——world. So the importance of (c)—English cannot be described in words. All (d)—–books on higher education are written in English. Today organizations need employees who speak and write (e)—-standard form of English. It helps (f)—–educated man to get a good (g)—–job. It is (h)——official or semi-official language all over the world. Ours is (i)—–age of globalization. We need to learn English to join the advanced world. So English has become (j)—-essential matter for us.
  19. Though (a)—–newspaper is not always (b)—-unmixed blessing, it is (c)—-most useful thing in (d)—-our life. We cannot think of (e)—-day without it. To read a newspaper is (f)—-good habit. (g)—–more we read a newspaper, (h)—-more we can acquire (i)—-knowledge. If we do not read it, we shall be like the frogs (j)—dark well.
  20. Every woman is (a)—–potential mother. (b)—–future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (c)—–educated mother plays (d)—–important role. She can bring up a child better than (e)—–illiterate mother. So, (f)—–difference between (g)—–educated and (h)——uneducated mother can never be denied. (i)—–educated mother is an asset. She knows how to build up (j)—career of her child.
  21. Everybody knows that sincerity is (a)—–key to success. (b)—–person can prosper in life by doing hard work. The man who does not follow (c)—-rules of sincerity can never go (d)—-long way in (e)—–world. Many (f)—-man is not conscious of (g)—–importance of (h)—-sincerity for which they don’t have (i)—–benefit of (j)—-success. However, we should be sincere in our work.
  22. Kamal is (a)—examinee. He has (b)—ill health. He heard about (c)—eminent doctor. He made (d)—appointment with (e)—doctor. On the fixed (f)—day he went to the doctor’s chamber. There he saw (g)—attendant writing (h)—serial and name of the (i)—junior M. B.B.S. doctor to help him. The junior doctor writes (j)—case history of the patient.
  23. Man is (a)……social being and (b)…..member of society. He has (c)….freedom of choice, thought, and expression. But everybody should consider that he is not (d)….only person in society. There are many persons in (e)….society and they have (f)….same rights that one expects from one’s society. So to form (g)…..peaceful society, one should be watchful to see that others’ rights are not harmed. Every citizen must cultivate (h)….habit of obeying (i)…rules and regulations of (j)….society.
  24. Peter is (a)——European. As he is (b)—-English man and knows (c)—-English well. He is (d)—honorable person to everyone though he is (e)—— one-eyed man. Having received (f)—-education, he went to (g)——USA. His brother Tony lives there who joined (h)—–army. He is (i)—younger of two brothers. When John met his brother, (j)——brother rose in him.
  25. Our life is (a)——-sum total of hours, days, 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 of these days remain ever fresh in our memory. My first day at (e)—– school is such (f)——day. It is fresh in my mind even now. When I was (g)——boy of six, my father proposed that I should be admitted into (h)—-school in (i)—–class. I felt (j)—–both joy and fear.
  26. Patriotism is a noble (a)—-virtue. It inspires (b)—-man to shed the last drop of blood to defend the freedom of his country. (d)—-man without patriotism is not better than(e)—-beast. A true patriot is honoured by (f)—–all. He thinks for (g)—–welfare of his country. On (h)—other hand, (i)—-unpatriotic man thinks only of his own interest, Those who die (j)—–country are true patriots.
  27. People think of (a)—–poverty as (b)—-great evil and it seems to be (c)—accepted belief that if people had (d)—-plenty of money, they would be happy and (e)—-useful and more out of life. As (f)—-rule there is more genuine satisfaction in life and more obtained from life in (g)—humble cottage of (h)—-poor men than in (i)—–palaces of (i)—-rich.
  28. The computer is (a) —fairly recent invention. It has now become (b)——essential (b)——-part of modern life. It has (c)—–greatly benefited us and brought about revolutionary changes in our life. Any device that helps people perform (d)——-mathematical calculations may be called (e)——computer. In this sense, (f)—–abacus is also (g)——simple computer. Today, however, (h)—–term computer’ refers to a special kind of (i)——electronic machine that can perform mathematical calculations and process large masses of information at (j)——-great speed.
  29. The University of Dhaka is (a)….oldest in the country. It is also (b)….biggest among other universities. It was established in (c)….year 1921. Hundreds of (d)….students are admitted here every year. The total number of students will be all over (e)….thirty thousand. It has (f)….large number of teachers. It extends over (g)….vast area. It is known for its high standard of (h)….teaching. It is (i)….institution which makes us proud. It has produced many (j)….great scholars.
  30. Unemployment is (a)….great social evil. All (b)….able-bodied persons in a society should be engaged in any occupation. (c)….unemployed man has to lead a vagabond life. Life becomes (d)…..curse and burden to him. He has (e)….idle brain which very soon becomes (f)….devil’s workshop. There are many reasons for (g)….unemployment in our country. Bangladesh is not (h)……industrialized country. The mills and factories that we have can give employment to (i)….limited number of people similar is the case with (j)…..agriculture.
  31. When (a)….great poet Ferdousi began to write (b)….Shahanama, the Sultan promised him (c)…piece of gold for each (d)…..verses. Instead of giving gold coins, the Sultan offered the poet only sixty thousand silver (g)….coins. The poet refused to take the silver coins and left the court with (h)….broken heart. He was (i)….aggrieved man. Later on, the Sultan realized that he had made (j)….blunder.
  32. Women are nowadays as (a)….important as men. They constitute nearly half of (b)…total population. So, there can be no denying (c)………fact that they too possess equal rights and duties as (d)….men do. If they get the opportunity, (e)………genius, powers, and capacities will bloom fully. No nation can make (f)….real progress keeping a full half of its population in (g)…dark. Without (h)….upliftment of women, (i)….progress of (j)….nation is not possible at all.
  33. (a)….16th December is (b)….red letter day in the history of Bangladesh. On this day we achieved victory at (c)….cost of (d)….bloody war. Bangladesh came into being as (e)….independent country. It occupied a place in the world (f)…..map. Every year, we observe (g)….day with solemnity. We remember (h)….supreme sacrifice of our heroic sons. The day is (i)…..public holiday. The national flag is hoisted on (j)….top of each house.
  34. (a)…………21st of February is (a)…..important day in our national calendar. On this day in 1952, valiant youths of (c)….soil laid down their lives to establish (d)……..honour of Bangla, their mother language. Their demand was to recognize Bangla as (e)……official language of (f)….state as it was (g)….language of most of (h)….population. Because of their sacrifice, we have got (i)….Bangla as our official language. Now, Bangla is (j)….internationally recognized language.
  35. Every student wants to be better in (a)——exam. But it is not (b)….easy work. (c)…..student has to do something about this. From (c)….very beginning, he must be serious. He should read (d)…..texts again and again. He must not memorize (f)…..answer without knowing the meaning. He must not make notes from (g)….common source. He should have a good (h)….command over English. By doing all these things (i)….. student can hope to make a good (j)….result.
  1. (a)……Bengali, the 7th language among (b)….important languages of (c)….world, is our mother tongue. Its present status is not (d)….result of (e)….effort of (f)….single year or of (g)….century. It belongs to an Aryan family. Its (h)…origin is from (i)….Satam branch of (j)…Indo-European parents’ speech.  
  2. (a)—–Bangladesh is (b)——land of rivers. These are (c)—–blessing of Almighty Allah and pride to us. They are closely related to our economy and (d)—-prosperity of our (e)—country. Our is (f)—
  3. (a)——-discipline is seen in (a)——nature. Every morning (c)—–sun rises in (d)—–east, day follows (e)——night, birds sing and (f)—–plants blossom. Everywhere in (g)—-nature, there is (h)—harmony. If there were no discipline in (i)——nature, there would have been (j)——chaos everywhere.
  4. (a)—Kamal has an uncle in (a)——Dhaka. He is (b)—-engineer. He works in (c)—–European firm. He is (d)——important figure in (e)—–firm. He is not only (f)—industries but (g)—–honest man. He hates the idle because he knows that (h)—–industrious prosper in life. On (i)—–other hand, (j)—lazy suffer in life.
  5. (a)——-moon always awakens in our hearts(b)——feeling (c)——of love and tenderness. (d)——moon has furnished (e)——they use for poets and artists ever since (f)—–stirring of (g)—-poetic faculty in men. (h)—–soft and silvery brightness of the moon which (i)—–waves her to charm us is (j)—-light of the sun.
  6. (a)—–morning walk is a good habit for all classes of people. It is (b)—–simple exercise and good for health and (c)——mentality. In the morning (d)—–air is fresh and free from any kind of noise and pollution. This pure (e)——environment makes an active effect on (f)—–walkers’ health and mind. When (g)—-man enjoys (h)—–beauties and solemnity of (i)—–nature in (j)—–morning.
  7. (a)—–thing of beauty is (b)—–joy forever. (c)——-flower is a beautiful (d)——-thing. Everybody likes (e)——-flower. But it is a matter for sorrow (f)——-flower is very much short-lived. The rose is (g)——best of all flowers. It is also short-lived. (h)——-beauty of (i)——rose charms all. Its sweet smell draws. (j)——-attention of others.
  8. (a)——teacher is compared with (b)—–architecture. He is called the architect of a nation. He teaches (c)——illiterate. He is (d)—–light in deep (e)——darkness. But unfortunately (f)—–teachers are not held in due respect. They lead (g)——humble life. They live in (h)—-midst of want. Yet they keep (i)—–light of education at (j)——cost of their own lives.
  9. Money cannot but (a)—happiness. Money is (b)—must for our life. But it is not (c)—to bring us happiness. Happiness is absolutely (d)—psychological things. It is (e)—name of (f)—feeling. If means the contentment of the mind. He who is (g)—satisfied with what he gets and content with his life is (h)—really happy. Happiness cannot be purchased with (i)—only. No doubt, money has got something to do with (j)—happiness but it cannot give us happiness.
  10. A true friend is (a)…..asset. He stands by his (b)……..friend in times of danger. He is not (c)—––greedy man. He always wishes for (d)…….welfare of his friend. But it is (e)——–matter of (f)——–fact that (g)——-ideal friend is very rare today. (h)——selfish man cannot be (i)——-true friend. He thinks of his own (j)——-interest.
  11. Akbar (a)—great was one of (b)—greatest emperors of India who ruled this subcontinent for more than 50 years. He was not only (c)—great ruler but also (d)—man of wisdom. Among all (e)—Mughal rulers he was (f)—best.
  12. (a)—–ant is (b)——-industrious insect. No other insect is as industrious as (c)—-ant. If we open (d)——pages of history, we shall see that (e)——men who have become great were (f)—–industrious. (g)——-industrious are liked by all. On (h)—–other hand, (i)—–idle are hated by all. So, industry is (j)—–must to prosper in life.
  13. Bangladesh is (a)––independent country. But nobody made (b)-—-gift of independence to us. It was (c)—–province of (d)——Pakistan in the name of East Pakistani rulers treated East Pakistan as (f)—–colony of West Pakistan in (g)——name of Pakistan and deprived us of our due share. (h)—–Pakistani army brutally cracked down upon (i)—–innocent people of East Pakistan. (j)——-people took arms.
  14. Bangladesh is (a)….small country but it has a large (b)…..population. She lies in (c)…..South Asia on (d)….Bay of Bengal. Once Bangladesh was not (e)….Independent country. Now she is (f)……free country. (g)….country is crisscrossed by so many occupations of (j)….people of Bangladesh.           
  15. Begging is not at all (a)—employment. It is (b)—charity of (c)—others. It does not give anything good to (d)—society. It does not develop (e)—man’s ability or will to be self-reliant. It makes (f)—man devoid of any sense of self-respect. Those who live by begging cannot claim any dignity in (g)—society. It is regarded as (h)—slurs (i)—curse to the society. It is (j)—most disgraceful and disreputable means of living.
  16. Hazrat Omar (R) was (a)——-second Caliph of Islam. He was (b)——-honest Caliph. He used to lead a humble (c)——-life. He used to go and see the condition of (d)——-subjects with his own eyes. At dead of night, he would walk (e)——-streets of Medina. One night while walking he heard (f)——sound of crying. (g)———sound was coming from (h)——-hut. He went near (i)——hut. He saw an aged woman boiling something in the open (i)——-pot. He wanted to know the reason for her crying.
  17. (a)——-deal student is an asset to any country. He gets up early in (b)—–morning. He is (c)—–boy of good manners and character. He (d)——student of high thinking and plain living. In fact, he is (e)—-example for others to follow.
  18. Dhaka stand on (a)——Buriganga. It is (b)—–old city. It is a populous (c)——city. People of different religions live in (d)—–city. Their occupation is not (e)—–same. There is (f)—–Engineering University and Agricultural University in (g)—–Dhaka.(h)——Zoo and (i)—–National Museum are famous.(j)——-Engineering University is also famous.
  19. Dowry means property or money brought by a bride to her (a)—husband. During marriage ceremony (b)—section of greedy people claim much wealth or money from (c)—guardians of the brides. (d)—poor illiterate girls become (e)—victims of dowry. If (f)—guardians fail to fulfill. (g)—demand of (h)—bridegroom. The brides are maltreated. So, the poor cannot think of marriage of their daughters. It is (i)—social curse. This curse can be eliminated by changing the outlook of people specially the male (j)—members.
  20. Education is one of (a)…..basic needs of (b)——a human being.(c)…..poor socio-economic condition of Bangladesh can be largely attributed to most people’s inaccessibility to (d)……education. If all the people were educated, they could live (e)…..healthy and planned (f)…..life. It enhances our ability to raise crops, store food, protect (g)——environment and carry out our social responsibilities. it is only education which can help us to adopt (h)——rational attitude. It provides us with (i)…….enlightened awareness about things and this awareness is (j)—–prerequisite for social development.
  21. Electronic mail is (a)— — –modern method of instant delivery of (b)——-letters without (c)—involvement of (d)——postman. In this system of mailing message are sent with the help of a computer. In (e)- —-electronic mail or (f)——e-mail system (g)—–letter or any other document is typed and edited on a computer. It is sent to the addressee through (h)——- computer network in (i)—form of (j)—-electronic signals.
  22. English is (a)—–international language. It is spoken all over (b) ——world. So the importance of (c)—English cannot be described in words. All (d)—–books on higher education are written in English. Today organizations need employees who speak and write (e)—-standard form of English. It helps (f)—–educated man to get a good (g)—–job. It is (h)——official or semi –official language all over the world. Ours is (i)—–age of globalization. We need to learn English to join the advanced world. So English has become (j)—-essential matter for us.
  23. Though (a)—–newspaper is not always (b)—-unmixed blessing, it is (c)—-most useful thing in (d)—-our life. We cannot think of (e)—-day without it. To read newspaper is (f)—-good habit.(g)—–more we read newspaper,(h)—-more we can acquire (i)—-knowledge; If we do not read it, we shall be like the frogs (j)—dark well.
  24. Every woman is (a)—–potential mother.(b)—–future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (c)—–educated mother plays (d)—–important role. She can bring up a child better than (e)—–illiterate mother. So,(f)—–difference between (g)—–educated and (h)——uneducated mother can never be denied.(i)—–educated mother is an asset. She knows how to build up (j)—career of her child.
  25. Everybody knows that sincerity is (a)—–key to success. (b)—–person can prosper in life by doing hard work. The man who does not follow (c)—-rules of sincerity can never go (d)—-long way in (e)—–world. Many (f)—-man is not conscious of (g)—–importance of (h)—-sincerity for which they don’t have (i)—–benefit of (j)—-success. However, we should be sincere to our work.
  26. Kamal is (a)—examinee. He has (b)—ill health. He heard about (c)—eminent doctor. He made (d)—appointment with (e)—doctor. On the fixed (f)—day he went to the doctor’s chamber. There he saw (g)—attendant writing (h)—serial and name of the(i)—junior M. B.B.S. doctor to help him. The junior doctor writes (j)—case history of the patient.
  27. Man is (a)……social being and is (b)…..member of society. He has (c)….freedom of choice, thought and expression. But everybody should consider that he is not (d)….only person in society. There are many persons in (e)….society and they have (f)….same rights that one expects from one’s society. So to form (g)…..peaceful society, one should be watchful to see that other’s rights are not harmed. Every citizen must cultivate (h)….habit of obeying (i)…rules and regulations of (j)….society.
  28. Makkah is an ancient (a)——-city. (b)————first mosque of (c)——–world was built there. Hazrat Ibrahim built it. It is known as(d)———-Kaaba mosque. Many days have passed away. Suddenly a hole was found in (e)———-wall. Today people all over (f)————–world go to Makkah. They spend a busy (g)——time there. They forget the activities of this (h)——-world. The Muslims of (i)———-whole world gather there and perform (j)——Hajj.
  29. Man is (a)——-architect of his own fate. If we avoid labour, we shall not be lucky. Some people think that (b)—–success in life depends on fate. But that is not correct. Hard work is necessary for getting success in every sphere of life. Industry is (e)—–key to success. Those, who depend on fate must always lag behind. It is (d)—–fact that industry makes everything different. If you become (e)—–industrious person, your life will be successful.
  30. Money cannot buy (a)—–happiness. Money is (b)—–must for our life. But it is not (c)—–necessary to bring our happiness. Happiness is absolutely (d)——-psychological thing. It is (e)—name of (f)—–feeling. It means the contentment of (g)—–mind. He who is satisfied with what he gets and content with his life is (h)—–really happy man. Happiness cannot be purchased with (i)—money. No doubt, money has got something to do with (j)—-happiness but it cannot give us happiness.
  31. Mr John is (a)——European. As he is (b)—-English man and knows (c)—-English well. He is (d)—honorable person to everyone though he is (e)——one eyed man. Having received (f)—-.So, he went to (g)——USA. His brother Tony lives there who joined (h)—–army. He is (i)—younger of two brothers. When John met his brother, Tony (j)——brother rose in him.
  32. (a)……..the Olympic games started (b)…..long before (c)…..Christian era. There is (d)….village in Greece named (e)……Olympia. This has been named after (f)…..Olympic .Today the Olympic Games have become (g)….. extraordinary events in the world. This year Olympic Games were in held in Beijing, China. China bagged (h)….highest gold medals in various events. This is to be (i)  (g)…..usual thing for (j)…….host country. However, for the first time, the USA failed to bag the highest gold.
  33. Our life is (a)——-sum total of hours, days 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 of these days remain ever fresh in our memory. My (e)—–days at school is such (f)——day. It is fresh in my mind even now when I was (g)——boy of six. My father proposed that I should be admitted into (h)—-school in (i)—–class. I felt (j)—–both joy and fear.
  34. Patriotism is a noble (a)—-virtue. It inspires (b)—-man to shed last drop of blood to defend the freedom of his country.(d)—-man without patriotism is not better than(e)—-beast. A true patriot is honoured by (f)—–all. He thinks for (g)—–welfare of his country. On (h)—other hand (i)—-unpatriotic man thinks only of his own interest, Those who die (j)—–country are true patriots.
  35. People think of (a)—–poverty as (b)—-great evil and it seems to be (c)—accepted belief that if people had (d)—-plenty of many, they would be happy and (e)—-useful and more out of life. As (f)—-rule there is more genuine satisfaction in life and more obtained from life in (g)—humble cottage of (h)—-poor men than in (i)—–palaces of (i)—-rich.
  36. Taimur was one of (a)—greatest conquers of the world. Young Taimur once attacked (b)—province of a powerful prince. He entered (c)—kingdom of (d)—prince and captured (e)—large village. It was situated far away from (f)—capital. When the news reached (g)—prince, he came with a large army. The area was surrounded on all (h)—sides. (i)—Taimur’s soldiers were all killed but Taimur escaped with (j)—great difficulty.
  37. Tenement house is(a)—dwelling which is (b)—jointly shared by(c)—owner and the (d)—tenants. It can be (e)—building divided into small and (f)—cheap dwelling unit occupied by (g)—different individual of households under the same roof. Usually these are a raw of houses with (h)—occupant sharing density. Therefore, this kind of development becomes cheaper than other types of (i)—housing solution and is availed by (j)—lower and middle-income households.
  38. The compute is (a) —fairly recent invention. It has now become (b)——essential (b)——-part of modern life. It has (c)—–greatly benefited us and brought about revolutionary changes in our life. Any device that helps people perform (d)——-mathematical calculations may be called (e)——computer. In this sense, (f)—–abacus is also (g)——simple computer. Today, however, (h)—–term computer’ refers to a special kind of (i)——electronic machine that can perform mathematical calculations and process large masses of information at (j)——-great speed.
  39. The internet has paved the way (a)…..sharing information and communication (b)….organizations and people. Communication can be made (c)…..the aid of internet. The government can use the internet for the purpose (d)…internet Communication and supplying information. Shopping and banking can be done with the help the internet. The internet helps the educational institutions (e)…conduct research   and impart education.
  40. The night before (a)—examination is one of (b)—anxiety to almost all examinees. (c)—degree of panic and anxiety depends on (d)—strength of their preparation and (e)—physical constitution. In fact, the night before (f)—examination is (g)—night of anxiety and peculiar. To overcome (h)—trouble of this night (i)—examinees should prepare their lesson much (j)—earlier and try to pass this night with an normal state of mind.
  41. The University of Dhaka is (a)….oldest in the country. It is also (b)….biggest among other universities. It was established in (c)….year 1921.Hundreds of (d)….students are admitted here every year. The total number of students will be all over (e)….thirty thousand. It has (f)….large number of teachers. It extends over (g)….vast area. It is known for its high standard of (h)….teaching. It is (i)….institution which makes us proud. It has produced many (j)….great scholars.
  42. The use of English as (a)…..common language of (b)….world has been growing so rapidly in recent years that no other explanation is needed to justify (c)….efforts of (d)…..hundreds of (e)…..thousands who every year set out about studying English. It is (f)…..interest of all those students who believe that (g)…….English should be taught properly and accurately in accordance with (h)…..certain clearly defined and recognized standards. It is with a view to preserving and diffusing such (i)…..standards as examinations in English were instituted and the fact that many tens of thousands of students now take these examinations annually as (j)…..acknowledgement of just how successful the examining bodies have been setting and upholding these standards.
  43. Unemployment is (a)….great social evil. All (b)….able-bodied persons in a society should be engaged in any occupation.(c)….unemployed man has to lead a vagabond life. Life becomes (d)…..curse and burden to him. He has (e)….idle brain which very soon becomes (f)….devil’s workshop. There are many reasons of (g)….unemployment in our country. Bangladesh is not (h)……industrialized country. The mills and factories that we have can give employment to (i)….limited number of people similar is the case with (j)…..agriculture.
  44. When (a)….great poet Ferdousi began to write (b)….Shahanama, the Sultan promised him (c)…piece of gold for each(d)…..verses. Instead of giving gold coins, the Sultan offered the poet only sixty thousand silver (g)….coins. The poet refused to take the silver coins and left the court with (h)….broken heart. He was (i)….aggrieved man. Later on, the Sultan realized that he had made (j)….blunder.
  45. Women are now a days as (a)….important as men. They constitute nearly half of (b)…total population. So, there can be no denying (c)………fact that they too possess equal rights and duties as (d)….men do. If they get opportunity ,(e)………genius, powers and capacities will bloom fully. No nation can make (f)….real progress keeping a full half of its population in (g)…dark. Without (h)….uplift of women,(i)….progress of (j)….nation is not possible at all.
  46. (a)….16th December is (b)….red letter day in the history of Bangladesh. On this day we achieved victory at (c)….cost of (d)….bloody war. Bangladesh came into being as (e)….independent country. It occupied a place in the world (f)…..map. Every year, we observe (g)….day with solemnity. We remember (h)….supreme sacrifice of our heroic sons. The day is (i)…..public holiday. The national flag is hoisted on (j)….top of the each house.
  47. (a)…………21st of February is (a)…..important day in our national calendar. On this day in 1952, valiant youths of (c)….soil laid down their lives to establish (d)……..honour of Bangla, their mother language. Their demand was to recognize Bangla as (e)……official language of (f)….state as it was (g)….language of most of (h)….population. Because of their sacrifice, we have got (i)….Bangla as our official language. Now, Bangla is (j)….internationally recognized language.
  48. Every student wants to be better in (a)——exam. But it is not (b)….easy work.(c)…..student has to do something for this. From (c)….very beginning he must be serious. He should read (d)…..texts again and again. He must not memorize (f)…..answer without knowing the meaning. He must not make notes from (g)….common source. He should have a good (h)….command over English. By doing all these things (i)….. student can hope to make a good (j)….result.
  49. Electronic mail, popularly known as e-mail is (a)….communication of message via electronic means. Although (b)…….telex communication is electronic in nature too, there are differences between (c)…..telex and (d)…..e-mail. Telex communication is terminal to terminal while, (e)……electronic communication is user to user via (f)…..computer. In telex, messages destined to number of users are sent to (g)…..same terminal where it is distributed in a printed form by (h)…..operator. On (i)…..other hand, e-mail, is delivered to (j)…..individual electronic mail box based in a computer.
  50. Students are (a)——greatest force of (b)—–nation. (c)—-ideal student is (d)—-asset to any country. He has some qualities that can be followed. He gets up early in (e)—-morning. He never wastes his time in vain. He always makes (f)—brilliant result in the examinations .He is a boy of (g)—good manners and character. He is truthful, honest, sincere and dutiful. He respects his parents, teachers and other superiors in (h)—polite way. He is helpful to his fellow students. He is never rude to anybody. He is (i)—-student of high thinking and plain living. Infact, he is (j)—example for others to follow.

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