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Preposition, Article, Parts of Speech (With Clues)

Preposition, Articles, Parts of Speech Wroksheet-4.0

Dhaka Board-2020

1. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

dark the from an learning often midst that worthy in

An ideal teacher is (a) — compared with (b) — architect. He is called (c) — architect of a nation. He is the light of (d) — and makes the illiterate people (e) — citizens of our country. But it is a matter of regret (f) — the teachers are not held (g) — due respect in our society. They lead a humble life in the (h) — of want. Still they keep the light of education burning in order to remove the (i) — of illiteracy and superstitions (j) — the society.


Mymensingh Board-2020

2. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

rest nation culture the walks throughout history tradition some number

Festivals have always been integral parts of our tradition and culture. We have a (a) — of festivals which we celebrate (b) — the year. Some of our (c) — festivals are related to our (d) — of Independence and Language Movement. (e) — are related to our religions and the (f) — are related to our art and (g) —. Whatever may be (h) — occasion, people from all (i) — of the society take part in these festivals spontaneously. We should continue the (f) — of our festivals.


Rajshahi Board-2020

3. Fill in the blanks with suitable words given in the box below. You may need to change the form of words and you can use one word more than once.

develop fear conscious both for punish be towards

Nowadays, parents are very (a) — of the harmful effect of (b) — on children. Child Psychologists think that (c) — physical and mental punishment can be disastrous (d) — a child’s growth and (e) —. It may lead to (f) — and hatred of the person who (g) — the child. Again, if a child (h) — punished, he may lack initiative. He may also feel hostile (i) — others. So, rude behaviour gradually (j) — in him.


DinajPur Board 2020

4. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. lieou may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once. [Dinajpur Board-2020]

more with complete contact about influence a of for which

Travelling has a great (a) — on our minds. The human mind always craves (b) — change. There

is none who does not feel (c) — thrill of joy at the new sight (d) — experience. The traveller comes in (e) —with various types ofpeople. If he moves about (f) — the observant eyes, he can acquire a lot of practical knowledge (g) — men and things of the world (h) — books alone cannot provide. Travelling gives us an opportunity to enjoy the (i) — enchanting sights of nature. It helps one enrich his knowledge and makes him (j) —perfect man.


Cumilla Board-2020

5. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

dull the success both victory if we them keen easily

Without effort, there can be no (a) — in life. Life loses its interest (b) — there is no struggle. Games become (c) —, if there is no competition in (d) — and if the result can be (e) — foreseen. No matter we win (f) — game or lose it. The (g) — the contest, the greater the interest. A (h) — is not a real triumph unless (i) — the sides are equally strong. Whether (j) — like it or not, life is a continuous competitive examination.

Chattogram Board-2020

6. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

think positive arise hinder normal avoid mainly hamper cause prosperity

Student politics (a) — the normal progress of a student. It brings (b) — to a few but (c) — harm to many. Because of student politics (d) — administration of a college or university is (e) —. As a result, there (f) — session jam. For this problem of the campus, student politics is (g) — responsible. So, we should (h) — about the necessity of student politics. Either we should (i) — student politics or we should brings about a (j) — change in this sector.


Sylhet Board 2020

7. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

about between of basic no educate almost will light light

Education removes our ignorance and gives us the (a) — of knowledge in respect (b) — imparting education. There should be (c) — discrimination (d) — man and woman. Education is one of the (e) — human rights. If we deprive woman of the (f) — of education (g) — half of our population (h) — remain in darkness. No development can be brought (i) — without the partícipation of woman. So, the government is doing everything to (j) — the womanfolk.


Barishal Board-2020

8. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once :

this disgrace with fortunate in have though the stomach to

Child labour is one of the biggest curses of the 21st century. It is (a) — that this has become very accepted (b) — our society. Only poverty is responsible for (c) —. In a family of five or six children, the parents (d) — to send their kids to work so that they can fill their empty (e) —. These poor and helpless children are rewarded (f) — all kinds of abuse (g) — they work hard all day long. No other thing is as (h) — as child abuse for a nation. (i) — government has taken necessary measures (j) — check it.


Dhaka Board 2019

9. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

Indiscriminate for sustain anticipate disaster the erosion imperative to an

It is (a) — that the new century is now facing various challenges specially environmental (b) —. Feeding the ever growing population is (c) — first and foremost challenge for Bangladesh. It is very difficult to (d) — the current level of agricultural production. Because our agricultural land is being reduced due (e) — human habitat, industrialisation, river (f) — etc. Besides, we are losing our forests gradually. Trees are being cut down (g) — resulting in (h) — increase of pollution. So, it is (i) — to check the reckless alarming condition (j) — our own existence.


Rajshahi Board 2019

10. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of words. You may need to use one word more than once.

danger recently victim accused fault that by the aware strict

Road accidents have (a) — become a regular phenomenon in our country. As a result of the accidents, many persons fall (b) — to untimely death. It is reported (c) — most of the accidents occur for (d) —violation of traffic rules, (e) — unskilled drivers and unconscious passers-by. Many unlicensed and (f) — vehicles also (g) — the passengers and the passers-by. So, in order to save us from the accidents the government is trying to create (h) — among the people and has passed (i) — laws against the (j) —.

Dinajpur Board 2019

11. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of verbs. You may need to use one word more than once.

Miracle thirst network of within advance short connect with small

Internet is the latest discovery of science. It is the greatest (a) — in this field. It is a computerized process (b) — a telephone set. To get Internet (c) —, it requires a modem, telephone line and a different sort of software for using the (d) — system. Nowadays, an Internet is (e) — great use to us. It has made the world (f) — and brought the world (g) — our reach. We can get any information in a very (h) — time. It has not only widened our knowledge but also made us (i) — for the unknown. It’s a (j) — like Aladin’s magic lamp.


Jashore Board-2019

12. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

a the sick and to general of, with treat

A hospital is the home for (a) — sick. It gives medical (b) — to them free (c) — cost. A hospital is (d) — run by the government. A hospital has outdoor (e) — indoor sections. (f) — great number of the (g) — people are treated in (h) — outdoor section. People attacked (i) — serious illness are admitted (j) — the indoor section.


Cumilla Board—2019

13. Part A: Grammar (60 Marks) 1. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

a hinder in development with joint of boon eradicate lag

Bangladesh is beset (a) — many problems. Illiteracy is one of them. It is not a (b) — to us. It is undoubtedly (c) — curse. It (d) — all kinds of developments of a country. It also causes many other problems (e) — our society. As most of our people are not conscious (f) — the importance of education, we cannot take proper step to (g) — illiteracy. As a result, we are (h) — behind. We have to depend on the foreign aids. All of us should come forward (i) — to remove illiteracy from the society. Then the (j) — of the country will be possible.


Chattogram Board 2019

14. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the words. You may also use one word more than once.

water objects full important clothes in the made currents forces

The world is (a) — of uncountable natural and man (b) — objects. Natural (c) — are stone, trees, air and (d) —. Man-made objects are houses, cars, (e) — and chemicals. Natural (f) — are cyclones, earthquakes, volcanoes, storms and ocean (g) —. Life exists (h) — different conditions. It is very (i) — to keep (j) — environment clean.


Sylhet Board 2019

15. . Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You can use one word more than once.

Of the for at which adulterate hardly or into

The issue of food (a) — has drawn the attention (b) — general people. We (c) — find any food in our country (d) — is not adulterated in one way (e) — other. (f) — present, substandard foods are sold in most of (g) — hotels. Very recently, government has directed a mobile court to look (h) — the matter of food. They are catching dishonest hotellers red-handed (i) — using unhygienic ingredients (j) — are really harmful to human body.



Barishal Board 2019

16. . Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of the words You may need to use one word more than once.

charm mangrove the beauty sight longest bewitching wild rising within

The seabeach of Cox’s Bazar is a (a) — gift of nature. The blue water of the sea and its (b) — waves are always a pleasant (c) — which cools our mind (d) — a moment. It is the (e) — seabeach in the world. (f) — Saint Martin’s Island is also a gift of nature in the Bay of Bengal The beauty of the island is simply (g) —. The Sundarbans, the largest (h) — forest of the world, is another beautiful gift of nature. Its (i) — life and mysterious setting make it more (j) —.


All Boards 2018

17. Fill in the blanks with the word from the box.

Apparent bad lie in sorts have of aware about cope

Bangladesh (a) — in the southern part of Asia. She is now (b) — in the grip of all (c) — of pollutions like air pollution, soil pollution and water pollution. The dwellers of the urban areas are the (d) — sufferers of such pollution. The industrialization process (e) — Bangladesh over the past decades (f) — created significant environmental problems. We know (g) — some of the most common types (h) — environmental pollutions and ways of (i) — with them. In this case, we need (j) — most.


Dhaka Board 2017

18. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. you may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once..5×10=5

on rote to proper by then a speak

Learning is (a) — continuous process. Learning a language depends on a process based (b) — language skills. We need to practice four skills (c) — learn a language (d) — . We learn by listening, (e) — reading and writing. But we have to learn not by (f) — but by understanding. We know that (g) — child starts to learn its mother tongue (h) — listening and lipsing and (i) — speaking. Native (j) — learn their language easily by listening and speaking.


Rajshahi Board 2017

19. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

Numerous early suitable ages maintain make moreover a the fresh

Morning walk is an exercise (a) — for the people of all (b) —. It gives us (c) — benefits. (d) — people who wake up (e) — and go out for (f) — walk, can enjoy (g) —morning air. (h) — this exercise helps them (i) — good health. Again, they can (j) — a good start of their work.


Dinajpur Board 2017

20. Fill in the blanks with words from the box. You may need to to change the forms of some words. You may need to use one word more than once.

the or friend of in for entire forword appreciate

Gratefulness is (a) — acknowledgement and (b) — of help received from others. In the society we cannot do all things. Sometimes we need the help (c) — others. We are (d) — dependent in the society. A man may be in danger (e) — in problem at any time. It is a natural instinct in man to come (f) — to help the needy because of his fellow-feeling, (g) — and kinship. Gratefulness comes from (h) — depth of the heart and finds its manifestation (i) — books, words and deeds of the grateful man. The grateful man feels highly obliged (j) — the benefit he has received.



21. Jashore Board 2017

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once :

repent in the to of a sure do make life

Man is the (a) — of his own fate. If he makes (b) — proper division of his time and (c) — his duties accordingly, he will (d) — improve and prosper (e) — life. But if he does otherwise, he is sure (f) — suffer when it is too late. To waste time is as bad as to commit suicide. In fact our (g) — is nothing but the sum total (h) — hours, days, and years. If we waste (i) — morning hours of life, we shall have to (j) — afterwards.


Cumilla Board 2017

22. Fill in the blanks with words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some words. You may need to use one word than once.

between saying physical of on participation personality for an beneficial

Sports are very essential (a) — us. There are various types (b) — sports. Among them cricket, football, volleyball, swimming etc. are very popular. All types of sports are (c) — to us. There is relation (d) — the body and the mind. “A sound mind lives in a sound body,” is a wise (e) —. In order to win success in life, we should have a sound health which depends (f) — regular (g) — in game and sports. Sports keep us (h) — fit. Sports exercise (i) — important influence in forming one’s (j) —.


Sylhet Board 2017

23. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

forward at up in move for the number a

Traffic jam is (a) — problem in all towns and cities (b) — Bangladesh. It occurs where a (c) — of vehicles crowd so close that (d) — becomes impossible (e) — sometime. It is more common where (f) — streets are narrow and have many bends. Weak traffic control system is also largely responsible (g) — it. It is very annoying and time killing. When caught in a traffic jam, we simply get stuck (h) — at one place. We can neither move (i) — nor backward. We have to wait and look repeatedly (j) — our watch.


24. Barishal Board-2017

English (Compulsory)English Second Paper [According to the Syllabus of 2017]Part A-Grammar (Marks — 60) 1. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of words. You may need to use one word more than once :

blessing to harm from children the debate on of

The issue (a) — using cell phones at school is (b) — matter of recent (c) —. Many schools are struggling (d) — prevent their students (e) — using cell phones. Guardians also have different views on allowing their (f) — to use technological devices such as cell phones, video games and (g) — internet. There are some guardians who do not want their children to use technology as it might cause (h) — to them. (i) — the other hand, some guardians do not want to deprive them of the (j) — of technology.


Dhaka Board-2016

25. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of the words. You may need to use one word more than once:

with at a bread dislike responsible to of privilege in

We live in society. So we must learn how to live (a) — peace and amity (b) — others. We have to respect others rights and (c) — and liking and (d) — as we expect others to respect us. We have (e) — lot of duties and (f) — in society. Education should aim (g) — making each individual fully aware (h) — these duties and responsibilities. It is true that one has (i) — learn how to earn the (j) —.


Dinajpur Board-2016

26. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some words. You may need to use one word more than once:

of for a afford and expensive the influence

Travelling has a beneficial (a) — on our minds. The human mind always craves (b) — change. This is (c) — by travelling in new lands. There is none who does not feel (d) — thrill of joy at the new sight (e) — experience. Travelling gives us an opportunity to enjoy (f) — most charming scenes (g) — nature. Though it is (h) —, it can bring a change both in body (i) — mind. Thus travelling can help one to complete his knowledge and can be (j) — perfect man.


Cumilla Board 2016

27. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some the words. You may need to use one word more than once:

too favourable people soon an motherland grow buy in become

Our (a) — Bangladesh is (b) — agricultural country. Most of our (c) — are engaged (d) — cultivation. Many cultivators are (e) — poor to (f) — and use modern tools. Still they can (g) — bumper crops if the climate is (h) —. We hope to (i) — a developed nation (j) —.

28. Chattogram Board 2016

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once:

for successful need of in sure put careless about a

A stitch (a) — time saves nine. This is (b) — very well-known proverb. Some people don’t care (c) — anything, They (d) — off a job (e) — tomorrow, though they are not (f) — whether the day will come. In this way, they can’t finish a work when they (g) — it. Then they say, “Alas! If we were not (h) — about our jobs when we had a lot (i) — time we could be (j) —“.

29. Sylhet Board 2016

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once:

about accurate dominate the wonder a towards energy of substitute

The modern world is undoubtedly a world of computers. It has brought (a) — a great change in our way of life. It works as a (b) — for human brain. It has enabled us to perform any difficult work (c) — in a few seconds. In the field (d) — medical science, printing, education etc. computers are doing (e) — jobs. In (f) — western countries, computers (g) — every sphere of man’s life. Our country is also gradually moving (h) — a computer culture. It saves both our time and (i) —. If we make a constructive use of it, it can render (j) — great service to mankind.


30. Chittagong Board-2015

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

in dark the from an learning often that worthy our

A teacher is (a) — compared with (b) — architect. He is called (c) — architect of a nation. He is the light of (d) — and makes the illiterate people (e) — citizens of our country. But it is a matter of regret (f) — the teachers are not held (g) — due respect in (h) — society. They lead a humble life in the midst of want. Still they keep the light of education burning in order to remove the (i) — of illiteracy and superstitions (j) — the society.


31. Rajshahi Board-2015

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

in for of life a the when reap sow

Youth is (a) — best time of (b) —. This is the time (c) — it is most important (d) — one to remember the maxim, “As you (e) —, so shall you reap.” One must sow (f) — seeds of industry, truthfulness, honesty and other virtues (g) — this season to (h) — the harvest of prosperity and happiness. Whatever takes root in (i) — man at this time lasts throughout the rest (j) — his life and moulds his future.


32. Barisal Board-2015

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

give a symbol to be by last in but the cultivate

A flower is (a) — best gift of nature. It is a (b) — of beauty. It (c) — us pleasure. There is nobody (d) — loves flower. But it is (e) — matter of sorrow that a flower does not (f) — long. It blooms (g) — the morning and fades away very soon. Nowadays flowers (h) — cultivated in our country. Many people earn their livelihood (i) — flower (j) —.

33. Sylhet Board-2015

Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.

a the precious for great have wise which off

Time is very (a) —- thing. Time(b) —- is lost once is lost forever. There is (c) —– proverb, “Time and tide wait for none.” It is time which does not (d) —- the relative feelings. It does not wait (e) —- anyone if it is not used (f) —- . It is really essential to realize (g) —- importance of time in our life. Those who have become (h) —- would make proper use of time. They never put (i) —- their work for tomorrow. That’s why, they have contributed (j) —- lot to the society.



Preposition, Article & Parts of Speech Wroksheet-4.0 Answer


1. (a) often; (b) an; (c) the; (d) learning; (e) worthy; (f) that; (g) in; (h) midst; (i) darkness; (j) from.

2. (a) number; (b) throughout; (c) national; (d) history; (e) some; (f) rest; (g) culture; (h) the; W walks; 0) tradition.

3. (a) conscious; (b) punishment; (c) both; (d) for; (e) development; (f) fear; (g) punishes; (h) is; (i) to; (j) develops.

4. (a) influence (b) for; (c) a; (d) of-, (e) contact; (f) with; (g) about; (h) which; (i) most; (j) a.

5. (a) success; (b) if; (c) dull; (d) them; (e) easily; (f) the; (g) keener; (h) victory; (i) both; (j) we.

6. (a) hinders /hampers; (b) prosperity; (c) causes; (d) normal; (e) hampered/ hindered; (f) arises; (g) mainly; (h) rethink; (i) avoid; (j) positive.

7. (a) light; (b) of-, (c) no (d) between; (e) basic; (f) right; (g) almost; (h) will; (i) about; (j) educate.

8. (a) unfortunate; (b) in; (c) this; (d) have; (e) stomach; (f) with; (g) though; (h) disgraceful; (i) The; 0) to.

9. (a) anticipated; (b) disaster; (c) the; (d) sustain; (e) to; (f) erosion; (g) indiscriminately; (h) an; i)imperative; (j) for.

10. (a) recently; (b) victim; (c) that; (d) the; (e) by; (f) faulty; (g) endanger; (h) awareness; (i) strict;

(j) accused.

11. (a) advancement; (b) with; (c) connection; (d) network; (e) of; (f) smaller; (g) within; (h) short; .(i) thirsty; (j).miracle.

12. (a) the; (b) treatment; (c) of-, (d) generally; (e) and; (f) A; (g) sick; (h) the; (i) with; (j) to.

13. (a) with; (b) boon; (c) a; (d) hinders; le) in; (fl of; (g) eradicate; (h) lagging; (i) jointly;- (j) development.

14. (a) full; (b) made; (c) objects; (d) water; (e) clothes; (f) forces; (g) currents; (h) in; (i) important; 0) the.

15. (a) adulteration; (b)) of-, (c) hardly; (d) which; (e) or; (f) At; (g) the; (h) into; (i) for; (j) which.

16. (a) beautiful; (b) rising; (c) sight; (d) within; (e) longest; (f) The; (g) bewitching; (h) mangrove; i)wild; (j) charming.

17. (a) lies; (b) apparently; (c) sorts; (d) worst; (e) in; (f) has; (g) about; (h) of; (i) coping; (j) awareness.

18. (a) a; (b) on; (c) to; (d) properly; (e) speaking; (f) rote; (g) a; (h) by; (i) then; (j) speakers.

19. (a) suitable; (b) ages; (c) numerous; (d) The; (e) early; (f) a; (g) fresh; j (III Moreover; (i) maintain;

(j) make.

20. (a) the; (b) appreciation; (c) of; (d) entirely; (e) or;, (f) forward; (g) friendship; (h) the; (i) in; (j) for.

21. (a) maker; (b) a; (c) does; (d) surely-, (e) in; (f) to; (g) life; (h) of-, (i) the; (j) repent.

22. for; (b) of; (c) beneficial; (d) between; (e) saying; (f) on; (g) participation; (h) physically; (i) an; (j) personality.

23. a; (b) in; (c) a; (d) movement; (e) for; (f) the; (g) for; (h) up; (i) forward; 0) at.

24. of; (b) a; (c) debate; (d) to; (e) from; (f) children; (g) the; (h) harm; (i) On; 0) blessing.

25. in; (b) with; (c) privileges; (d) dislikes; (e) a; (f) responsibilities; (g) at; (h) of; (i) to; 0) bread.

26. influence; (b) for; (c) afforded; (d) a/the; (e) of; (f) the; (g) of; (h) expensive; (i) and; 0) a.

27. motherland; (b) an; (c) people; (d) in; (e) too; (f) buy; (g) grow; (h) favourable; (i) become; 0) soon.

28. in; (b) a; (c) about; (d) put; (e) for; (f) sure; (g) need; (h) careless; (i) of-, 0) successful.

29. about; (b) substitute; (c) accurately; (d) of-, (e) wonderful; (f) the; (g) dominate/are dominating; (h). towards; (i) energy; j) a.

30. Ans ; (a) often (b) an (c) the (d) learning (e) worthy (f) that (g) in (h) our (i) darkness (j) from

31. Answer; (a) the; (b) life; (c) when; (d) for; (e) sow; (f) the; (g) in; (h) reap; (i) a; (j) of;

32. Answer: (a) the; (b) symbol; (c) gives; (d) but; (e) a; (f) last; (g) in; (h) are; (i) by; (j) cultivation.

33. Answer: (a) precious; (b) which; (c) a; (d) have; (e) for; (f) wisely; (g) the; (h) great; (i) off; (j) a.








Preposition, Article, Parts of Speech Worksheet-4.1


1. Fill in the blanks with the words from the list. You may need to change the forms of the words. You may need to use one word more than once. the—–for—–on—–communication—–an—–of—–e-mail—–by—–a—–with Writing letters is a part of our social activities. It is (a) —– form of communication, which plays a vital role in our practical life. (b) —– this time. (c) —– revolution has taken place in the field of (d) —– this like telephone, wireless, cellular phone, fax and most recently (e) —–, which are much faster means (f) —– communication. Letter writing is (g) —– kind of good art which is (h) —– important means (i) —– maintaining good relations (j) —– people, offices and business organizations.

2. the—–off—–of—–social—–an—–upon—–conscious—–between—–a—–with In (a) —– society all men are not equally well (b) —–. Some are rich and some are very poor. This is because of (c) —– unequal distribution of national wealth. Many are deprived (d) —– the basic needs of life. They must be provided (e) —– their dues. The rich always draw (f) —– line of contrast (g) —– themselves and (h) —– poor. Most of them look down (i) —– the poor. They should be (j) —– and then humanity should be improved.


3. the—–for—–of—–patience—–an—–to—–practical—–by—–a—–with Man has (a) —– unquenchable thirst (b) —– knowledge. He is never satisfied (c) —– what he has known and seen. For this, he set out (d) —– travelling. But it needs (e) —– lot of money and (f) —–. (g) —– people of developed countries are fit (h) —– it. So they are capable (i) —– earning (j) – knowledge.


4. the—–for—–dust—–in—–an—–by—–commitments—–of—–a—–with Although (a) —– city life has many advantages, a city dweller sometimes gets tired (b) —– it. He cannot attend (c) —– office and other places (d) —– time because (e) —– traffic jam. (f) —– air in the city is polluted (g) —– smoke and (h) —–. besides, he is always busy (i) —– a lot of (j) —–.


5. the —– with —– for —– weep —– an —– to —– condition —– out —– a —– by Hazrat Omar (R.) was a kind and just ruler. He ensured (a) —– security of even (b) —– small creature of his kingdom. He dedicated his life (c) —– Islam and humanity. He used to come (d) —– at night and observed the actual (e) —– of his people. One night while walking (f) —– the hut of a widow he heard (g) —– crying of some children. He went nearer and saw that some children were crying for food. Their poor mother was boiling water and (h) —–. Omar’s (R.) heart filled (i) —– pity. What he did then may be (j) —– excellent example for the present rulers of all over the world.


6. the—for—of—competitive—an—to—deny—by—a—with Present world is very (a) —. So you need to be competent (b) — facing (c) — challenge of competition. As (d) — student you have to fully concentrate on your study. You can’t remain callous (e) — your study. If the students of (f) — country don’t acquire true education, there will be no development for (g) — country. You must utilize your time. Nothing can compensate (h) — your loss of losing time. There is no (i) — that hard work contributes (j) — make a good result.


7. the—for—against—in—an—to—power—by—a—with Studies and politics cannot go together. It is (a) — unfortunate matter that money and (b) — attract (c) — students if they are involved (d) — politics. Once politics was associated (e) — social services. A political worker was (f) — social reformer. Students were in (g) — forefront (h) — unifying the people of the country and fighting (i) — the enemies. At present some of the students are exploited (j) — the political parties as their tools and violence.


8. the—between—on—indelible—an—to—potential—up—a—with Every woman is a (a) — mother. The future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (b) — educated mother plays an important role. So (c) — difference (d) — the educated and (e) — uneducated mother can never be denied. An educated mother can bring a child (f) — better than an illiterate mother. A good wife means an educated woman. She is the best friend (g) — her husband. Her words will go (h) — long way to leave an (i) — impression (j) — her husband’s mind.


9. domination –gain- hesitate- right- want-under- a- by –from- rather

Man is born free. He does not (a) — to be exploited. If he is (b) — chained, he begins to struggle to make him free (c) — exploitation. Similarly if (d) — nation is ruled by a foreign (e) — and is deprived of the (f) —, it begins to protest. Even it does not (g) — to sacrifice the lives of the people. Once the Bengalese were ruled (h) — Pakistani rulers. But they could not tolerate it. (i) — they struggled against the Pakistani rulers and finally (j) — the victory.


10. worthy -hold –eradicate- still –regret-humble –lot- with- learn -our

A teacher is often compared (a) — an architect of a nation. He is the light of (b) — and makes illiterate people (c) — citizens of our country. But it is a matter of (d) — that the teachers are not (e) — in due respect in (f) — society. Many teachers have to lead a (g) — life in need. (h) — they keep the candle education burning with a view to (i) — illiteracy and superstitions from the (j) — of a society.

11. modern¾only¾lonely¾are¾social¾constant¾advanced¾in¾a¾happy¾worthy¾angel

We feel lonely when we (a) ¾ alone. (b) ¾ angels or devils can live alone. We all need company and cooperation from others. We need (c) ¾ help from each other. Hence we all need (d) ¾ happy life, which can make good and (e) ¾ citizens. But there are (f) ¾ troubles (g) ¾ our social life. Both in towns and in cities one of the causes of problems is unrest due to political crisis. Now people not (h) ¾ feel anxiety in moving through the roads but are also killed by accidents. Education is a very vital things for (i) ¾ people. But it is greatly hampered in both (j) ¾ and other educational institutions.

12. on¾colony¾with¾of¾far¾from¾source ¾the¾situate¾a

Heritage is what we inherit (a) ¾ the past, live (b) ¾ them in the present and then pass (c) ¾ to your children or future generation. Our unique (d) ¾ of life and inspiration is our cultural and natural heritage. (e) ¾ Shat Gambuj Mosque in Bagerhat is such (f) ¾ heritage. It (g) ¾ at the outskirts of Bagerhat town not very (h) ¾ from the dense forest (i) ¾ the Sundarbans. Khalifatabad was a Muslim (j) ¾.

13. time¾inspire¾by¾fail¾the¾recover¾at¾a¾away¾into¾greatly¾just

There was (a) ¾ king who lost his kingdom being defeated (b) ¾ his enemies. He wished to regain his kingdom (c) ¾ any cost. He made troops and made six attempts one after another to drive (d) ¾ the enemies but he was defeated each time. He hid himself (e) ¾ a cave. One day lying in (f) ¾ cave, he saw a spider trying to climb up the roof of the cave. But it (g) ¾ six times and succeeded by the seventh (h) ¾. The king was (i) ¾ inspired by this and fought enemies for the seventh time and was successful to (j) ¾ his lost kingdom.

14. improve¾not¾mean¾maintain¾upon¾stop¾easily¾than¾keep¾depend¾be¾avoid

Over eating (a) ¾ taking more food (b) ¾ one needs. We eat (c) ¾ to overload our stomach but to (d) ¾ a sound health. A sound health (e) ¾ on eating habits to some extent. Over eating tells (f) ¾ our health. By (g) ¾ aware, the habit of over eating can be (h) ¾. With a view to (i) ¾ our body fit, we should (j) ¾ taking too much food.

15. with¾from¾a¾to¾kill¾to¾the¾in

War is (a) ¾ curse for human civilization. (b) ¾ ancient time war was confined (c) ¾ the warriors. But at present all people both civilian and military have to suffer (d) ¾ curse of war. Nobody can escape (e) ¾ the bombers of (f) ¾ enemy. Rich cities, fields filled (g) ¾ green corns and beautiful places are led (h) ¾ ruins. Even (i) ¾ innocent citizens have to die a tragic death. Men, women, boys, girls, all are brutally (j) ¾ without any reason.

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16. enjoy—for—on—beauty —an—to—pleasant—vigorous—a—with

Morning walk is a good habit. It is beneficial (a) — health. It is (b) — as well. It exercises a good effect (c) — a man’s body and mind. The morning air refreshes his body and mind. It gives him (d) — opportunity to (e) — the beauties of nature too. In the morning nature looks fresh and (f) — When a man takes (g) — morning walk, he sees the superb beauty of the sunrise. After taking morning walk a man returns home (h) — a cheerful mind. He takes his breakfast with great relish and starts his work with a fresh and (i) — mind. In short, morning walk is so pleasant and good (j) — health.


17. dishonest—an—time—happiness—by—a—the—of—at

Honesty is (a) — quality of speaking the truth. Honesty is (b) — great virtue. It is the road to peace and (c) —. The man who possesses it is blessed. He is respected (d) —all and hated by none. Even a (e) — man can not but respect him. (f) — honest man enjoys peace (g) — mind. Though he suffers (h) — times, he succeeds in (i) — long run and is happy. A dishonest man may succeed for the (j) — being.


18. forward—gratefulness—appreciation-or—the—for—natural—friendship—the—from

Gratefulness is (a) — acknowledgment and (b) — of help received (c) — others. In the society we can not do all things alone. Sometimes we need the help of others. We are inter-dependent in the society. A man may be in danger, (d) — in problem. It is a (e) — instinct in man to come (f) —, because of his fellow feeling, (g) — and kinship with help for the needy. To acknowledge and appreciate such help is (h) —. Gratefulness comes from (i) — depth of the heart and finds its manifestation in looks, words and deeds of the grateful man. The grateful man feels highly obliged (j) — the benefit he has received.


19. with—foundation—an—away—dignity—a—the—of—at

The National Memorial is situated (a) — Saver. It is twenty kilometer (b) — from Dhaka. It is a symbol (c) — the nation’s respect for the martyrs of the War of Liberation. It is built (d) — concrete but actually it is made of blood. It stands 150 feet tall. It stands for (e) — achievement which is immeasurable. It stands upright showing our honour and (f) — among the nations of the world. There is actually a series of 7 towers that rise by stages to (g) — height of 150 feet. The (h) — was laid on the first anniversary of (i) — Victory Day. There is a plan to build a large complex consisting (j) — a mosque.


20. the—undo—in—after—contests—fight—upon—into—about—of

The Olympic Games were named (a) — the town of Olympia in Greece. It was (b) — Olympia that (c) — games were first held long before the Christian era began. In those days Greece was divided (d) — many cities and men of different cities used to (e) — one another most of the time. A man named Iphitos became concerned (f) — such unnecessary strifes. He hit (g) — a plan. He invited the best athlets from the nearby cities to the valley of Olympia to take part in athletic (h) —. His plan worked well. For a time the Greek warriors in stead (i) — fighting their neighbours, tried to (j) — their rivals in friendly games and sports.


21. .the—for—of—social—an—to—habit—by—a—with

Discipline is the most valuable and powerful element for success in life. It implies obedience to (a) — set of rules (b) — an orderly life in society. It is a mode (c) — leading life in accordance (d) — rules. Man is a (e) — being. In (f) — society he cannot do whatever he likes. He has to abide (g) _ some rules. It is not (h) — inborn virtue. It should be acquired by (i) — practice of (j) —.

22. the—for—of—competitive—an—to—deny—by—a—with

Present world is very (a) —. So you need to be competent (b) — facing (c) — challenge of competition. As (d) — student you have to fully concentrate on your study. You can’t remain callous (e) — your study. If the students of (f) — country don’t acquire true education, there will be no development for (g) — country. You must utilize your time. Nothing can compensate (h) — your loss of losing time. There is no (i) — that hard work contributes (j) — make a good result.

23. the—for—against—in—an—to—power—by—a—with

Studies and politics cannot go together. It is (a) — unfortunate matter that money and (b) — attract (c) — students if they are involved (d) — politics. Once politics was associated (e) — social services. A political worker was (f) — social reformer. Students were in (g) — forefront (h) — unifying the people of the country and fighting (i) — the enemies. At present some of the students are exploited (j) — the political parties as their tools and violence.

24. the—between—on—indelible—an—to—potential—up—a—with

Every woman is a (a) — mother. The future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (b) — educated mother plays an important role. So (c) — difference (d) — the educated and (e) — uneducated mother can never be denied. An educated mother can bring a child (f) — better than an illiterate mother. A good wife means an educated woman. She is the best friend (g) — her husband. Her words will go (h) — long way to leave an (i) — impression (j) — her husbands mind.

25. the—for—on—communication— an—of—e-mail—by—a—with

Writing letters is a part of our social activities. It is (a) _ form of communication, which plays a vital role in our practical life. (b) _ this time, (c) __ revolution has taken place in the field of (d) _ like telephone, wireless, cellular phone, fax and most recently (e) _ which are much faster means (f) _ communication. Letter writing is (g) _ kind of good art which is (h) _ important means (i) _ maintaining good relations (j) _ people, offices and business organizations.

26. the — off — of — social — an — upon — conscious — between — a — with

In (a)—society all men are not equally well (b)—. Some are rich and some are very poor. This is because of (c)—unequal distribution of national wealth. Many are deprived (d)—the basic needs of life. They must be provided (e)—their dues. The rich always draw (f)—line of contrast (g)—themselves and (h)—poor. Most of them look down (i)—the poor. They should be (j)—and then humanity should be improved.

27. the — for — of — patience — an — to — practical — by —a — with

Man has (a)—unquenchable (অতৃপ্ত) thirst (b)—knowledge. He is never satisfied (c)—what he has known and seen. For this, he set out (d)—traveling. But it needs (e)—lot of money and (f)—. (g)—people of developed countries are fit (h)—it. So they are capable (i)—earning (j)—knowledge.

28. the — for — dust — in — an — by — commitments — of — a — with

Although (a)—city life has many advantages, a city dweller sometimes gets tired (b)—it. He cannot attend (c)—office and other places (d)—time because (e)—traffic jam. (f)—air in the city is polluted (g)—smoke and (h)—. Besides, he is always busy (i)—a lot of (j)—.

29. the—–for—–on—–communication—–an—–of—–e-mail—–by—–a—–with

Writing letters is a part of our social activities. It is (a) —– form of communication, which plays a vital role in our practical life. (b) —– this time. (c) —– revolution has taken place in the field of (d) —– this like telephone, wireless, cellular phone, fax and most recently (e) —–, which are much faster means (f) —– communication. Letter writing is (g) —– kind of good art which is (h) —– important means (i) —– maintaining good relations (j) —– people, offices and business organizations.

30. the—–off—–of—–social—–an—–upon—–conscious—–between—–a—–with 2. In (a) —– society all men are not equally well (b) —–. Some are rich and some are very poor. This is because of (c) —– unequal distribution of national wealth. Many are deprived (d) —– the basic needs of life. They must be provided (e) —– their dues. The rich always draw (f) —– line of contrast (g) —– themselves and (h) —– poor. Most of them look down (i) —– the poor. They should be (j) —– and then humanity should be improved.

31. the—–for—–of—–patience (ধৈর্য)—–an—–to—–practical—–by—–a—–with 3. Man has (a) —– unquenchable (অতৃপ্ত) thirst (b) —– knowledge. He is never satisfied (c) —– what he has known and seen. For this, he set out (d) —– travelling. But it needs (e) —– lot of money and (f) —–. (g) —– people of developed countries are fit (h) —– it. So they are capable (i) —– earning (j) – knowledge.

32. the—–for—–dust—–in—–an—–by—–commitments—–of—–a—–with Although (a) —– city life has many advantages, a city dweller sometimes gets tired (b) —– it. He cannot attend (c) —– office and other places (d) —– time because (e) —– traffic jam. (f) —– air in the city is polluted (g) —– smoke and (h) —–. besides, he is always busy (i) —– a lot of (j) —–.

33. the —– with —– for —– weep —– an —– to —– condition —– out —– a —– by Hazrat Omar (R.) was a kind and just ruler. He ensured (a) —– security of even (b) —– small creature of his kingdom. He dedicated his life (c) —– Islam and humanity. He used to come (d) —– at night and observed the actual (e) —– of his people. One night while walking (f) —– the hut of a widow he heard (g) —– crying of some children. He went nearer and saw that some children were crying for food. Their poor mother was boiling water and (h) —–. Omar’s (R.) heart filled (i) —– pity. What he did then may be (j) —– excellent example for the present rulers of all over the world.

34. the—for—of—social—an—to—habit—by—a—with Discipline is the most valuable and powerful element for success in life. It implies obedience to (a) —set of rules (b) — an orderly life in society. It is a mode (c) — leading life in accordance (d) — rules. Man is a (e) — being. In (f) — society he cannot do whatever he likes. He has to abide (g) — some rules. It is not (h) — inborn virtue. It should be acquired by (i) — practice of (j) —.

35. the—for—of—competitive—an—to—deny—by—a—with Present world is very (a) —. So you need to be competent (b) — facing (c) — challenge of competition. As (d) — student you have to fully concentrate on your study. You can’t remain callous (e) — your study. If the students of (f) — country don’t acquire true education, there will be no development for (g) — country. You must utilize your time. Nothing can compensate (h) — your loss of losing time. There is no (i) — that hard work contributes (j) — make a good result.

36. the—for—against—in—an—to—power—by—a—with Studies and politics cannot go together. It is (a) — unfortunate matter that money and (b) — attract (c) — students if they are involved (d) — politics. Once politics was associated (e) — social services. A political worker was (f) — social reformer. Students were in (g) — forefront (h) — unifying the people of the country and fighting (i) — the enemies. At present some of the students are exploited (j) — the political parties as their tools and violence.

37. the—between—on—indelible—an—to—potential—up—a—with Every woman is a (a) — mother. The future of a child depends on how it is brought up. In this case (b) — educated mother plays an important role. So (c) — difference (d) — the educated and (e) — uneducated mother can never be denied. An educated mother can bring a child (f) — better than an illiterate mother. A good wife means an educated woman. She is the best friend (g) — her husband. Her words will go (h) — long way to leave an (i) — impression (j) — her husband’s mind.

38. thereby –as- be- warmer- gradual -prediction-change- that -destroy -pollution -there -increasing 1The world is getting (a) — because of pollution. Every year millions of people all over the world die as a result of (b) —. In the recent years (c) — have been alarming reports that the world’s climate (d) — undergoing a significant (e) —. All these reports provide strong evidence (f) __ world temperature is (g) __ day by day. Climatologists (h) — that midway through the next century temperatures may have risen as much (i) — 40C. This could raise sea levels and (j) — flood coastal areas and farmlands.

39. for- to- a -divide –the- in- make- of

Man is the (a) — of his own fortune. If he makes (b) — proper (c) — of his time and does his duties according, he is sure (d) — improve and progress (e) — life, but if he does otherwise, he has (f) — suffer when it is too late. To waste time is as bad as in commit suicide (g) —, our life is nothing but the sum total (h) — hours, days and years if we waste (i) — morning hours of life, we shall have to repent (j) — the long run.

40. of -a -earn -at -peace-dislike- in- with –respect- Like

We live (a) — society. So we must learn how to live in (b) — and amity (c) — others. We have to (d) — other’s rights and privileges and (e) — and (f) — as we expect others to respect us. We have (g) — lot of duties and responsibilities in society. Education should aim (h) — making each individual fully aware (i) — these duties and responsibilities. It is true that one has to learn how to (j) — his bread.

41. at- in- of- a- an –help- think- charity- generous

Charity is (a) — inclination of heart to help others in distress and to (b) — good of others. Charity is (c) — noble human quality. It makes one’s heart (d) —. It is the feeling of sympathy (e) — other’s wants. There are various ways (f) — practising charity. The practice of giving alms is (g) — act of charity. But it is not (h) — in all cases. Charity should be extended to (i) — the really needy. Charity should aim (j) — removing the sufferings of the poor.

42. to –off- remain –success- of-on -fully -the -compensate -competent

Present world is very competitive. So you need to be (a) — .As a student you have to (b) — concentrate (c)— your study. You can’t (d) — callous (e) — your study. Nothing can (f) — for your loss (g) — wasting time. There is no denying (h) — fact that (i) — depends on hard labour. So you must shake (j) — your idleness.


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