Right forms of Verbs for Class-VI-XII

Grammar Rules-Right form of Verbs Rules-Exercise

Right forms of verbs for Class-VI-XII   Rule-1: Subject যদি third person singular number হয় এবং ওই বাক্যটি যদি Present indefinite tense হয় তবে verb-এর সঙ্গে s/es যোগ হবে। (a) The boy (go) — to school regularly. Ans. The boy goes to school regularly. (b) The boy does not (go) — to school daily. Ans. The boy does not go to school daily. (c) The boy generally (go) — to college at 8 a.m. Ans. The boy generally goes to college at 8 a.m. Try yourself: (d) Mr. Khan (go)…

Article (HSC)

Grammar Exercise-Article in Passage

Articles Exercises for HSC   Fill in the blanks with the following texts with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (×) in those blanks. (a)— angry man is not liked even by (b) — idiot. There is a difference between (c) — educated and (d) — uneducated. An educated (e) — man should come forward to educate (f) — uneducated man. On the other hand (g) — rich man should have sympathy for (h) — poor man. Again there is a…

Passage Narration (Exercise)

Grammar Exercise-Passage Narration

Passage Narration Exercise for JSC Questions Change the following passage into indirect speech. The patient said to the doctor, ‘Last month my blood pressure was too high. Since then I have changed my food habits.’ The doctor asked ‘How?’ ‘I’m taking more fruits and vegetables, and very little fat in my diet. I’m having less sugar and salt now.” Change the following passage into indirect speech:  “My sons, a great treasure lies hidden in the land there. I am going to leave it as I shall die soon,” said the…

Punctuation-Board Questions

HSC Punctuation Board Questions

HSC Punctuation & Capitalization 2019: All Board Questions with Answers 1. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following texts. [Dhaka Board-2019]Student: Excuse me sir I want to discuss with you some grammatical problems.Teacher: What class are you inStudent: Sir I am in class XI, I am a newly admitted student here.Teacher: Okay tell me your problemsStudent: I want to understand the difference between a phrase and a clause.Teacher: Don’t worry. Ill help you understand the difference. Answer:Student: Excuse me, sir. I want to discuss with you some…

Narration-Board Questions

HSC Narration Board Questions

HSC Passage Narration 2019 All Board Questions with Answer 1. Change the narrative style by using indirect speeches: [Dhaka Board-2019]“Where do you like to go sir?” asked the ticket seller. “Cox’s Bazar,” replied the stranger. “How many tickets do you need?” “I will buy five tickets.” “Take these tickets. They will cost three thousand taka,” said the ticket seller. Answer: The ticket seller asked the stranger respectfully where he (S) liked to go. The stranger replied that he (S) liked to go to Cox’s Bazar. Then the ticket seller asked…

Modifiers – Board Questions

HSC Modifiers Board Questions

HSC Modifiers 2019: All Board Questions with Answers 1. Read the following text and use modifiers as directed in the blank spaces. [Dhaka Board 2019] Arsenic is a (a)____(pre-modify the noun) substance. It is (b)____(use an intensifier to pre-modify the adjective) dangerous for human health. (c)____(use a demonstrative to pre-modify the noun) substance is found in the water of the tube well. There are (d)____(use quantifier to pre-modify tie noun) villages in (e)____(use possessive to pre-modify the noun) country. Most of our (f)____(use a noun adjective to pre-modify the noun)…

Preposition-Board Questions

HSC Preposition Board Questions

HSC Preposition: All Board Questions with Answer 1. Complete the text with suitable prepositions. [Dhaka Board-2019] Mr Reza works (a)—a clerk in a local school. He is poor but honest. His honesty is known (b)—everyone in his locality. He often suffers (c)—hunger.   He is deprived (d)— comfort and many other things. Nevertheless, he does not long (e)—wealth. He never hankers (f)— name and fame. He leads his life (g)— satisfied (h)— what he has. But sometimes he runs into debt and poverty is responsible his (i)—this debt. However, he does not like to depend (j)—others. Answer: (a) as; (b) to;…