Right forms of Verbs for Class-VI-XII

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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) — abroad every month.

(e) His father (come) — home every week.

 

Rule-2: Present indefinite tense-এ Subject third person singular number হওয়া সত্ত্বেও can, must, should-এর পরে verb-এর সঙ্গে s/es যোগ হবে না।

(a) The man can (do) — the work.

Ans. The man can do the work.

(b) She must (come) — to her office on time.

Ans. She must come to her office on time.

(c) The student should (learn) — his lessons regularly.

Ans. The student should learn his lessons regularly.

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(d) He can (walk) — five miles at a time.

(e) The girl must not (go) — to college on foot.

 

Rule-3: Sentence যদি universal truth (চিরন্তন সত্য), Habitual fact (অভ্যাসগত কর্ম) ইত্যাদি বোঝায় তাহলে sentence-টি Present Indefinite Tense হয়। যেমন,

(a) The earth (move) — around the sun.

Ans. The earth moves around the sun.

(b) The sun (rise) — the east.

Ans. The sun rises in the east.

(c) The sun (set) — the west.

Ans. The sun sets in the west.

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(d) We know that ice (float) — water.

(e) The teacher said that the earth (be) — round.

 

Rule-4: যেসব Sentence-এ কোনো সময়ের উল্লেখ থাকে না এবং মাঝেমধ্যে generally, usually, ordinarily, normally, always, Sometimes, Often, daily, everyday, regularly ব্যবহ্নত হয়, সেগুলো Present Ind. Tense হয়। যেমন,

(a) Sabiha (learn) — her lessons regularly.

Ans. Sabiha learns her lessons regularly.

(b) He always (disturb) — the students.

Ans. He always disturbs the students.

(c) A good student (learn) — his lessons regularly.

Ans. A good student learns his lessons regularly.

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(d) Rahman very often (come) — me.

(e) Does he (read) — the newspaper daily?

 

Rule-5: Sentence-টি Active Voice হলে can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, need, dare, used to, ought to প্রভৃতি Modal Auxiliary Verb-এর পরে present form হয়। যেমন,

(a) The boy can (work out) — the sum.

Ans. The boy can work out the sum.

(b) He could not (eat) — all the mangoes.

Ans. He could not eat all the mangoes.

(c) You must (do) — your duty properly.

Ans. You must do your duty properly.

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(d) It may (rain) — today.

(e) One should (take) — care of one’s health.

 

Rule-6: Sentence-টি Passive Voice হলে can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, need, dare, used to, ought to প্রভৃতি Modal Auxiliary Verb-এর পরে be+ Verb-এর past participle form হয়। যেমন,

(a) The work can (do) — immediately.

Ans. The work can be done immediately.

(b) All the mangoes could (eat) —

Ans. All the mangoes could be eaten.

(c) Your duty must (perform) — very soon.

Ans. Your duty must be performed very soon.

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(d) It cannot (deny) —

(e) The English book will (buy) — tomorrow.

 

Rule-7: Let, had rather, had better, would better, do not, does not, need not, did not, did never ইত্যাদির পরে Verb-এর present form হয়। যেমন,

(a) I let the other boys (use) — my skates.

Ans. I let the other boys use my skates.

(b) I had better (go) — home by this time.

Ans. I had better go home by this time.

I need not (do) — the work.

Ans. I need not do the work.

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(d) He did not (go) — to college yesterday.

(e) He does not (like) — student-politics.

 

Rule-8: Sentence-এ have/has থাকলে Sentence-টি present perfect Tense হবে। যেমন,

She has (write) — a letter to her mother.

Ans. She has written a letter to her mother.

I have (have) — my meal.

Ans. I have had my meal.

She had (have) — her letter.

Ans. She had had her letter.

Try yourself:

Have you ever (be) — to the zoo?

Colombus has (discover) — America.

 

Rule-9: Sentence-এ just, just now, already, recently, lately, ever, yet ইত্যাদি থাকলে তা present perfect Tense হয়।

Rabeya (take) — her dinner just now.

Ans. Rabeya has taken her dinner just now.

I (see) — him recently.

Ans. I have seen him recently.

He already (reach) — home.

Ans. He has already reached home.

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Have you ever (be) — to the zoo?

Have you not (receive) — my letter yet?

 

Rule-10: Sentence-এ yesterday, ago, long ago, last week, last year, last month, that day, day before yesterday প্রভৃতি অতীত নির্দেশক শব্দ থাকলে তা Past Indefinite Tense হবে। যেমন,

The boy (go) — home yesterday.

Ans. The boy went home yesterday.

She did not (go) — to college yesterday.

Ans. She did not go to college yesterday.

Did he (come) — home yesterday?

Ans. Did he come home yesterday?

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The man (go) — London last week.

He (leave) — home last night.

 

Rule-11: To-এর পরে Verb-এর present form হয়। যেমন,

She went to New Market to (buy) — a dress.

Ans. She went to New Market to buy a dress.

We have come here to (see) — his ailing mother.

Ans. We have come here to see his ailing mother.

The man said to the porter to (carry) — the load.

Ans. The man said to the porter to carry the load.

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You need to (go) — there.

We have to (realize) — the importance of English.

 

Rule-12: ‘Since’ বা ‘for’-এর পরে সময় উল্লেখ থাকলে sentence-টি present perfect Continuous Tense হবে। যেমন,

(a) It (rain) — for two hours.

Ans. It has been raining for two hours.

(b) It (rain) — since the morning.

Ans. It has been raining since the morning.

We (live) — in Dhaka since 1986.

Ans. We have been living in Dhaka since 1986.

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(d) They (live) — Dhaka for 20 years.

(e) She (wait) — you for two hours.

 

Rule-13: with a view to/look forward to-এর পরে Verb-এর সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়।

I went there with a view to (read) — there.

Ans. I went there with a view to reading there.

I am looking forward to (get) — your reply.

Ans. I am looking forward to getting your reply.

I looked forward to (stand) — first in the class.

Ans. I looked forward to standing first in the class.

Try yourself:

They become addicted to (take) — drugs.

We went to Cox’s Bazar with a view to (see) — the seashore.

 

Rule-14: By-এর পরে Verb-এর সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়। যেমন,

He expressed his grief by (say) — that the thief had stolen his watch.

Ans. He expressed his grief by saying that the thief had stolen his watch.

Answer the questions by (write) — one point of information.

Ans. Answer the questions by writing one point of information.

By (dig) — a deeper hole, Jerry planted a tree.

Ans. By digging a deeper hole, Jerry planted a tree.

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No student can pass the examination by (adopt) — unfair means in the examination.

By (be) — conscious of a language one can develop ‘explicit’ learning.

 

Rule-15: in/of/for/with/without/before/after প্রভৃতি Peposition -এর পরে Verb-এর সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়। যেমন,

I don’t believe in (overload) — my stomach.

Ans. I don’t believe in overloading my stomach.

I had never thought of (go) — there.

Ans. I had never thought of going there.

I could not live without (help) — the poor.

Ans. I could not live without helping the poor.

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After (do) — the work I will go out.

The porter came here for (do) — the work.

 

Rule-16: Mind, would you mind, worth, past, cannot help, could not help-এর পরে Verb-এর সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়। যেমন,

(a) Would you mind (give) — me a pen ?

Ans. Would you mind giving me a pen?

(b) I cannot help (do) — the work.

Ans. I cannot help doing the work.

(c) He could not help (help) — the poor.

Ans. He could not help helping the poor.

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(d) She never minds (have) — ice cream.

(e) He could not help (sell) — his land.

 

Rule-17: Sentence-এর শুরুতে যদি would that থাকে তাহলে subject-এর পরে could বসে এবং Verb-এর Present form হয়।

(a) Would that I (go) — to the moon.

Ans. Would that I could go to the moon.

(b) Would that I (be) — a poet like Nazrul.

Ans. Would that I could be a poet like Nazrul.

(c) Would that I (enter) — into the classroom.

Ans. Would that I could enter into the classroom.

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(d) Would that I (buy) — the latest car.

(e) Would that I (see) — our great Prophet (SM).

 

Rule-18: Sentence এ ‘to be’/having/got থাকলে মূল Verb-এর Past participle হয়।

(a) The thief ran away having (see) — the policeman.

Ans. The thief ran away having seen the policeman.

(b) The Principal desired the notice to be (hang)—.

Ans. The Principal desired the notice to be hung.

(c) The work is to be (do) — immediately.

Ans. The work is to be done immediately.

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(d) I got the letter (write) — by him.

(e) Having (do) — his duty he went out.

 

Rule-19: ব্রাকেটে (be) থাকলে person, number এবং tense অনুযায়ী am/is/are/was/were/been হবে

(a) Allah (be) — everywhere.

Ans. Allah is everywhere.

(b) It (be) — twenty years ago.

Ans. It was twenty years ago.

(c) One of my friends (be) — a good student.

Ans. One of my friends is/was a good student.

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(d) The tickets for the journey (be) — very costly.

(e) The people of this village (be) — very poor ago.

 

Rule-20: বর্তমানে চলছে এমন কোনো কাজ বোঝালে present Continuous Tense হয়। (এসব ক্ষেত্রে সাধারণত Now, at present, at this moment ইত্যাদি ব্যবহার করা হয়)।

(a) Now the students (sing) — the national anthem.

Ans. Now the students are singing the national anthem.

(b) The boys (watch) — the television now.

Ans. The boys are watching the television now.

(c) They (enjoy) — a song now.

Ans. They are enjoying a song now.

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(d) They (watch) — TV at this moment.

(e) The farmer (cultivate) — his land now.

 

Rule-21: If যুক্ত Clause-টি Present Indefinite tense হলে অপর Clause-টি Future Indefinite Tense হয়; অর্থাৎ [If +Present Indefinite +Future Indefinite]

(a) If you walk slowly, you (miss) — the train.

Ans. If you walk slowly, you will miss the train.

(b) If he works hard, he (shine) — in life.

Ans. If he works hard, he will shine in life.

(c) If you run in the rain, you (catch) — cold.

Ans. If you run in the rain, you will catch a cold.

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(d) I will not go out if it (rain) —

(e) If he (come) — here, I will go there with him.

 

Rule-22: lf/Had যুক্ত Clause-টি Past Indefinite Tense হলে অপর clause-এর Subject-এর পরে would/could/might বসে এবং Verb-এর Present Form বসে। যেমন,

(a) If he requested me, I (go) __there.

Ans. If he requested me, I would go there.

(b) If I were a rich man, I (help)__the poor.

Ans. If I were a rich man, I would help the poor.

(c) If I were the President, I (remove)__ terrorism.

Ans. If I were the President, I would remove terrorism.

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(d) Had I much money, I (establish)__a college.

(e) Had I the wings of a bird, I (fly)__ like a bird.

 

Rule-23: Sentence-এ lf/Had যুক্ত Clause-টি Past perfect Tense হলে অন্য অংশটিতে Subject-এর পরে অর্থভেদে would have/could have/might have বসে এবং verb-এর past participle হয়।

(a) If he had invited me, I (go)__.

Ans. If he had invited me, I would have gone.

(b) If I had been a rich man, I (help)__the poor.

Ans. If I had been a rich man, I would have helped the poor.

 

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(c) We would have come, if he (invite)__.

(d) If you had stated earlier, you (catch)__the bus.

 

Rule-24: Sentence এ wish, fancy, it is time, it is high time ইত্যাদি থাকলে Verb এর Past Tense হয় এবং (be) থাকলেই were হয়। যেমন,

(a) I wish I (win)__ the first prize in the lottery.

Ans. I wish I won the first prize in the lottery.

(b) I fancy I (fly)__ among the stars.

Ans. I fancy I flew among the stars.

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(c) I wish I (be)__a rich man.

(d) It is time we (earn)__our livelihood.

 

Rule-25: Sentence-এ যদি as if, as though ইত্যাদি থাকে, তাহলে বন্ধনীর (be)-এর স্থলে were বসে। যেমন,

(a) He speaks as if he (be)__ the owner of the farm.

Ans. He speaks as if he were the owner of the farm.

(b) The man speaks as though he (be)__a leader.

Ans. The man speaks as though he were a leader.

(c) The man speaks as if he (be) __ a landlord.

Ans. The man speaks as if he were a landlord.

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(d) The man speaks as though he (be) __a rich man.

(e) He speaks as if he (be) __ the President of Bangladesh.

 

Rule- 26: Sentence-এ each, every, everyone, anyone, any, many a, everybody, everything, anybody, nobody, no one, nothing, anything, something, someone, one of, either, neither ইতাদি থাকলে verb-এর Singular Number হয়। যেমন,

(a) Every mother (love)__ her child.

Ans. Every mother loves her child.

(b) One of the students (be)__ very brilliant.

Ans. One of the students is/was very brilliant.

(c) Each of the boys (be)__present yesterday.

Ans. Each of the boys was present yesterday.

 

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(d) Many a boy (ruin)__his career through laziness.

(e) Neither of the two boys (be) ….. present today.

 

Rule-27: While-এর ঠিক পরেই ব্রাকেটের মধ্যে যে Verb থাকে তার সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়। কিন্তু While-এর পরে Subject থাকলে While-এর অংশটি Past Continuous Tense হয়।

(a) While (walk) — in the garden, a snake bit him.

Ans. While walking in the garden, a snake bit him.

(b) While he (walk) — in the garden, a snake bit him.

Ans. While he was walking in the garden, a snake bit him.

(c) While it (rain) —, I was going to college.

Ans. While it was raining, I was going to college.

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(d) While (sleep) — in his room, he dreamt a nice dream.

(e) My uncle arrived while she (cook) — dinner.

 

Rule- 28: একই দৈর্ঘ্য পরিমাণ বা স্থান বোঝালে Subject দেখতে Plural হলেও verb-এর Singular Number হয়।

(a) Previously fifty miles (be) — a long way.

Ans. Previously fifty miles was a long way.

(b) Twenty miles (be) — not a great distance nowadays.

Ans. Twenty miles is not a great distance nowadays.

(c) Sixty cents (be) — was enough for him.

Ans. Sixty cents is/was enough for him.

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(d) Twenty dollars (be) — not sufficient in time.

(e) Fifty cents (be) — enough at that time.

 

Rule-29: Main Clause-এর Verbটি Past Tense-এর হলে এবং পরের অংশে next day, next week, next month, next year ইত্যাদি উল্লেখ থাকলে Subject-এর পরে would/should বসে এবং Verb-এর Present Form হয়।

(a) He said that he (go) — home the next day.

Ans. He said that he would go home the next day.

(b) He told that he (come) — here the next year.

Ans. He told that he would come here the next year.

(c) He said that he (buy) — a new TV the next day.

Ans. He said that he would buy a new TV the next day.

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(d) She said that she (sell) — her land the next month.

(e) The man said that he (go) — to London the next day.

 

Rule-30: After-এর পরে এবং before-এর আগের Clause-টি past perfect tense হয় এবং অন্য Clause-টি past indefinite tense হয়।

(a) The doctor (come) — before the patient came.

Ans. The doctor had come before the patient came.

(b) The doctor came after the patient (die)__.

Ans. The doctor came after the patient had died.

(c) The train left — they had reached the station.

Ans. The train left after they had reached the station.

 

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(d) The patient had died — the doctor came.

(e) The train (start) — before they reached there.

 

Rule-31: Sentence-টি Passive voice হলে Tense ও Person অনুযায়ী Auxiliary Verb ও Verb-এর Past participle বসাতে হবে এবং gap-এর পরে Subject থাকলে by বসাতে হবে।

(a) English (speak) — all over the world.

Ans. English is spoken all over the world.

(b) English (speak) — the English.

Ans. English is spoken by the English.

(c) He has (expell) — from the examination hall.

Ans. He has been expelled from the examination hall.

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(d) The boys (send) — to school yesterday.

(e) The bird (kill) — on the ship last week.

(f) Cricket (play) — all over the world.

 

Rule-32: কিছু ব্যতিক্রম ছাড়া Principal Clause-এর Verb যদি Past Tense-এর হয়, তবে Subordinate Clause-এর Verb-ও Past Tense-এ হবে এবং একটি Present হলে অপরটি Present হবে।

(a) The man was so ill that he (will) — not be able to attend the meeting.

Ans. The man was so ill that he would not be able to attend the meeting.

(b) I knew that he (will not come) — to me for his personal purpose.

Ans. I knew that he would not come to me for his personal purpose.

(c) His father (ask) — him whether he had done the work or not.

Ans. His father asked him whether he had done the work or not.

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(d) I did not know the reasons why he (come) — to me.

(e) The sun (rise) — and fog disappeared.

 

Rule-33: Sentence যদি universal truth (চিরন্তন সত্য), Habitual fact (অভ্যাসগত কর্ম) ইত্যাদি বোঝায়, তাহলে Sentence-টি Present Indefinite Tense হয়। যেমন—

(a) Father said that the earth (move) — around the sun.

Ans. Father said that the earth moves around the sun.

(b) The teacher told that the sun (rise) — in the east.

Ans. The teacher told that the sun rises in the east.

(c) He said that the sun (set) — the west.

Ans. He said that the sun sets in the west.

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(d) The scientist reported that ice (float) — water.

(e) Mother said that honesty (be) — the best policy.

 

Rule-34: Principal Clause-এর Verb যদি Present বা future Tense-এর হয়, তবে Subordinate Clause-এর Verb যেকোনো Tense-এ হবে।

(a) My father says that he (be) — a freedom fighter.

Ans. My father says that he is/was a freedom fighter.

(b) Iraqi President says that he (win) — the war against allied forces.

Ans. Iraqi President says that he will win the war against allied forces.

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(c) I think you will say that you (participate) — in the grand rally.

 

Rule-35: Since যুক্ত Sentence-এর প্রথম অংশ Present indefinite Tense বা Present perfect Tense হলে Since-এর পরের অংশে Past indefinite Tense হয়। যেমন—

(a) It is many years since he (go) — abroad. Ans. It is many years since he went abroad.

(b) It is twenty years since I (see)—him last.

Ans. It is twenty years since I saw him last.

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(c) Two years have passed since I (see) — him last.

(d) It is many years since I (come)__ to Dhaka.

(d) Many years have passed since I (come) — to Dhaka.

 

Rule-36: Since যুক্ত Sentence-এর প্রথম অংশ Past indefinite Tense হলে এর পরের অংশ Past perfect Tense হয়। যেমন—

(a) It was twenty years since he first (meet) — her.

Ans. It was twenty years since he had first met her.

(b) It was many years since he (go) — abroad.

Ans. It was many years since he had gone abroad.

(c) Two years passed since I (see) — him last.

Ans. Two years passed since I had seen him last.

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(d) It was many years since I (come) — to Dhaka.

(e) Many years passed since his mother (die) —.

 

Rule-37: As soon as-এর পরে দুটি Clause-ই Past Ind. Tense-এ হবে [As soon as + Past Ind. + Past Ind.]

(a) As soon as we (reach) — the station, the train (leave) —.

Ans. As soon as we reached the station, the train left.

(b) As soon as the students (come) — to college, the bell (ring) —.

Ans. As soon as the students came to college, the bell rang.

(c) As soon as we (start) — for college, the rain (start) —.

Ans. As soon as we started for college, the rain started.

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(d) As soon as he (see) — me, he (run) — away swiftly.

(e) As soon as the police (mark) — the thief, he (run) — away.

 

Rule-38: Sentence-এ যদি No sooner had … than থাকে, তাহলে No sooner + past perfect + than + past Ind. হবে।

(a) No sooner had the rain (stop) — than they (leave) — the shelter.

Ans. No sooner had the rain stopped than they left the shelter.

(b) No sooner had we (reach) — the station than the train (leave) —.

Ans. No sooner had we reached the station than the train left.

(c) No had the man (see) — than he (run) — away.

Ans. No had the man seen than he ran away.

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(d) No sooner had the thief (see) — the police than the thief (flee) — away from the spot.

(e) No sooner had we reached the college — the rain started.

 

Rule-39: So that, in order that দ্বারা যুক্ত Sentence-এর একটি Clause-এর Verb Present Tense বা Future Tense-এর হলে অপর Clause-এর Verb-এর পুর্বে Can/May বসে এবং Past Tense হলে could বা might বসে।

(a) He reads attentively so that he (stand) — first in the final examination.

Ans. He reads attentively so that he can stand first in the final examination.

(b) He read attentively so that he (stand) — first in the final examination.

Ans. He read attentively so that he could stand first in the final examination.

(c) He worked hard in order that he (build) — a good future.

Ans. He worked hard in order that he could build a good future.

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(d) He will learn computer in order that he (get) — a satisfactory job.

 

Rule-40: ‘Lest’ Conjunction দ্বারা Subordinate Clause যুক্ত হলে Principal Clause-এর Verb যে Tense-ই থাকুক না কেন Subordinate Clause-এর Subject-এর পরে Should বসে।

(a) Read attentively lest you (fail) — in the final examination.

Ans. Read attentively lest you should fail in the final examination.

(b) He went away lest you (see) — him.

Ans. He went away lest you should see him.

(c) He will return fast lest he (fall) — in danger.

Ans. He will return fast lest he should fall in danger.

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(d) The officer was sympathetic to the boy lest he (go) — away.

(e) The housewives are very conscious about the maid-servants lest they (leave) — them.

 

Rule-41: as well as, with, along, including, together, in addition to, accompanied by প্রভৃতি দ্বারা দুটি Subject যুক্ত থাকলে প্রথম Subject অনুযায়ী Verb বসে।

(a) Rahim as well as his brothers (sing) — well.

Ans. Rahim as well as his brothers is singing well.

(b) The teacher along with their students (be) — busy that day.

Ans. The teacher along with their students was busy that day.

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(c) The king with his guards (be) — killed last year.

 

Rule-42: কোনো Simple Sentence-এ দুটি verb থাকলে দ্বিতীয় verb-এর সঙ্গে ing যোগ হয়।

(a) I saw him (go) — to college. Ans. I saw him going to college.

(b) We saw a bird (fly) — in the blue sky.

Ans. We saw a bird flying in the blue sky.

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(d) We saw the boys (play) — in the college campus.

(e) You saw the girl (dance) — on the stage.

 

Set-1: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use the negatives where necessary. 

[wipe—experience—endanger—fight—include—exclude—wash]

As Bangladesh (a) — frequent natural disasters, she (b) — in the international distress call list. The people of this country preserve their existence through (c) — with natural forces. Besides, the adverse effects of natural forces, she is (d) — with greenhouse gases which may cause to (e) — away about one-third of our land mass.

 

Answer Set-1: (a) experiences (b) is included (c) fighting (d) endangered (e) wash

 

Set-2: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tense. Use the negative where necessary:

[Try—make—be—think—ponder—abide—indulge—mend]

We often see young people (a) — in pompous ways of life. They (b) — by the advice of the seniors, not even of their guardians. Even they (c) — to realize the negative aspects of it. Pompous life (d) — them gradually derailed. When they realize the consequence on their lives, they often find it quite impossible to (e) — the damages.

 

Answer Set-2: Try yourself

 

Set-3: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use the negatives where necessary. 

[implement—come—require—engage—remain—imply—consider]

It is high time we (a) — our brains in thinking about the curse of dowry. The issues of dowry and oppression of women have to be (b) — in view of the country’s socioeconomic, cultural, political, etc. circumstances. United efforts (c) — to put an end to violence against women. A specific framework must be drawn up to be (d) — Anyway, we can hope that the dowry system (e) — to an end in near future.

 

Answer Set-3: (a) engaged (b) considered (c) are required (d) implemented (e) will come

 

Set-4: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tense. Use the negative where necessary: 

[be—reach—work—come—confine—dominate—succeed]

Today women play an important role in all spheres of life. Once they were (a) — by men. They (b) — no longer (c) — within the four walls. They have (d) — out of kitchens and are (e) — hand in hand with men.

 

Answer Set-4: Try yourself

 

Set-5: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use the negatives where necessary. 

[result—add—enjoy—take—be—fall—reduce]

Since the people of Bangladesh do not possess knowledge of health and (a) — much health care, malnutrition (b) — to the sufferings of the people. Most of the children of Bangladesh (c) — deprived of enough calories from food (d) — by them. Lack of vitamin A (e) — in the eyesight of many children.

 

Answer Set-5: (a) do not take (b) adds (c) are (d) enjoyed (e) results

 

Set-6. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tense. Use the negative where necessary: 

[dare—desire—attain—be—may—should—assist]

Everyone (a) — success in life but very few can (b) — it. One of the main reasons for his failure is that many people (c) — take risks. We must remember that life (d) — not a bed of roses. It is full of troubles and problems. We (e) — face them with courage.

 

Answer Set-6: Try yourself

 

Set-7. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use the negatives where necessary. 

[read—think—weep—say—torture—pray—go]

One day while I (a) — a newspaper sitting in my room, a woman with her little baby in her lap came to me (b) — I could not recognize her first, and she introduced herself and complained against her husband (c) — that she severely (d) — by him. I heard everything and advised her (e) — to the court.

 

Answer Set-7: (a) was reading (b) weeping (c) saying (d) had been tortured (e) to go

 

Set-8: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use the negatives where necessary.

[wish — achieve — write — be — apprentice — read — feel]

When he left school, Shakespeare was (a) — to a butcher. The school he attended is thought to have (b) — at Stratford. Shakespeare (c) — both name and fortune in London. His greatest plays (d) — on the stage towards the end of his life. One cannot believe that anyone (e) — to disturb Shakespeare’s remains after his death.

 

Answer Set-8: (a) apprenticed (b) been (c) achieved (d) were written (e) wishes

 

Set-9: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses.

[take — pray — offer — keep — do — publish — remain]

With extreme competition everywhere parents are constantly working on the results. This is a common sight during the SSC examinations in thousands of families. Special prayers (a) — in families having such an examinee. Parents (b) — special care of their children. They make sure that their wards get along with their studies without the slightest of problems even without mosquito bites. Parents shuttle to Mazars and temples and (c) — for the examinees. Sometimes they give cash money for their wards. Parents of an examinee usually (d) — worried until the result (e) —.

 

Answer Set-9: (a) are offered (b) take (c) pray (d) remain (e) is published

 

Set-10: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses.

[walk — get — run — reach — sit — buy — open]

Last Friday I went to the zoo with some of my friends. We (a) — there before the gate (b —. Then we (c) — some tickets and entered the zoo. While we (d) —, I saw my friend Raihan (e) — towards us.

 

Answer Set-10: (a) reached (b) was opened (c) bought (d) were walking (e) running

 

Set-11: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses.

[do—get—beg—want—write— receive—choose]

I (a) — your letter just now. You (b) — to know where I (c) — myself admitted and which subjects I (d) —. I am now (e) — everything in detail.

 

Answer Set-11: (a) have got/have received (b) have wanted (c) have got/shall get (d) have chosen/will choose (e) writing

 

Set-12: Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses.

[say — be — provide — enrich — face — participate]

Human life (a) — not static but dynamic. A man cannot reach the highest peak of success if he (b) — in extra co-curricular activities. Traveling is also an important part of co-curricular activities. It is traveling which (c) — our knowledge, and experience and promotes our attitudes. Therefore, traveling (d) — us with knowledge and practical experience. It can be clearly (e) — that our knowledge can be mobilized by traveling that different corners of the vast globe.

 

Answer Set-12: (a) is (b) does not participate (c) enriches (d) provides (e) said

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