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With Clues (Cloze Test /Fill in the Blanks) For HSC Examination 5.0(1)

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With Clues Worksheet-5.0 Board Questions

Read the following text and fill in the blanks with suitable word from the box. There are more words than needed. You may change the form of the words if necessary:- 

1.    Dhaka board--19

Result

Dump

Creature

Odor

Dispose

Waterborne

Avert         

Microphone

Toxic

Avoid

Fume

Determine

Every year millions of people all over the world die unnecessarily as a result of pollution. These unfortunate and (a) ------------ deaths are brought about by four specific factors. Firstly air pollution from factories burning trash and vehicle (b) ------- cause pneumonia bronchitis and other respiratory disease. Then water pollution from industrial discharge the indiscriminate (c)--------- of toxic chemicals and the (d)------- of human waste into rivers and channels causes poi and (e)---------- disease such as cholera and diarrhea. The next factor is the noise pollution from vehicle horns and (f) ------- that might cause aggression and damage hearing. And finally (g) ------ pollution from dumped or untreated human waste cause serious discomfort to our since of smell and attracts disease-bearing (h) ----------- such as rats and flies. We should take (i) ------- action to control these problems and clean up the environment to (j) ---------- these unnecessary disease.

2.    Cumilla –19

Communicate

Be

Different

Convey

Message

Through

Based

Same

Distribute

From

Contrary

direct

Electronic mail or `e mail` is the communication of textual messages via electronic means. Another mode of electronic (a) ----------------- is telex. Telex communication (b) -------------- terminal to terminal. `Email` (c) --- from telex as it (d) --------------- messages user to user (e) ----------- using the computer. Destined (f) ------------ are sent to the (g) ------------ terminal where an operator (h) ------- it in a printed (i) ------ printed in telex. On the (j) --------- `email` delivers its message directly in an individual’s electronic mail boxes based in computer

3.    Rjshahi –19

Possible

Religion

Positive

discourage

Tie

yet

waste

allow

circular

safe

recruit

though

To encourage female education the government has taken some (a) ---------- steps such as giving stipends to girl students (b) ----------- more female teachers, etc. (c)--------- girls cannot receive the full benefit of education mainly because of the following reasons. (d)----------- Misinterpretation and social structures (e) ---------girls from going to school. Even in urban schools girls are not (f) ----------- by many parents to live in hostels for their daughters (g) --------------. Early marriage and childbirth make woman (h) ---------- to home with no (i) ---------- of going back to school. Any expenditure for sending girls to school is considered a (j) ---------- by many parents whereas it is regarded as an investment in case of boys.

4.    Jashore board-19

Eloquent

Darkness

Awareness

Learn

Attain

Enlighten

Choice

Intellectual

Purpose

Human

Sensibility

Parochialism

Education is the process by which our mind develops through formal (a) ---------- at an institution. It is mental and (b) ------------- training. It provides opportunities of growth and helps to (c) --------- challenges. Moreover the purpose of education is so success (d) ---------- an individual. The aim of education is also to train individuals to make right (e) ------------. It ennobles our mind and refines our (f) ----------. It broadens our outlook and removes (g) -------. It helps us to be (h) ------------- of our rights and responsibilities. Education furnishes us with an (i) ------------ in expressing truth. Therefore it is compared to light which dispels the (j) ----------- of ignorance.

5.    Shylet board-19

Resting 

Collect

And

Cattle

Live

Migratory

Local

System

Signify

Benefits

Provides

birds

 Hakaluki haor has both economic and non-economic (a) --------. It (b) -------- a wide range of (c) -------- to the local people. People (d) --------- here can produce fish and rich rear, (e) --------- buffalo and duck. They can also (f) ------ reeds (g) -------- grass in the haor. This haor (h) ----------- also provides (i) ---------- place for the (j) -------birds.

 

6.    Barishal board----19

Read

Used

Tips

See

Dots

Print

Although

Touch

Develop

Bear

Way

call

(a)------- Blind people cannot (b) ----------- their sense of (c) ---------- becomes far more (d) ------------ than that of most sighted people. This ability was put to use by a brilliant man (e) ---------- Louis Braille. In the early 19th century he invited a (f)----- of writing which (g)----------- his name. The Braille system reproduces the latter of the alphabet by a series (h) ---------- in certain positions which are raised on the paper. The blind person runs the (i) --------- of his fingers across the pages of the Braille book and can work out the letters and numbers (j) --------- there.

7.    Chattogram board---19

Extreme

Solid

Continue

Success

Perform

Congratulate

Entire

Informed

Compete

Earn

Study

delight

Dear Mohua

Heartiest (a) ------ on your grand (b) ------------.  I become (c) ---------- happy and (d) -------- on being (e) -------- that you won the 1st prize in the 14th Asian painting exhibition. To be the first in an international (f) -------- is not the pride of the (g) ----------- only but of the (h) --------- nation. By being so you have (i) --------- laurels for the country. I wish your (j) ------------ success in this field. Keep on trying having a nice day.

You’re ever

Nabin

 

8.    Dinajpur board—19

Ecosystem

Hang

Example

Rise

Interrelated

fixed

Balance

Alter

Ecology

World

Link

Know

Sake

responsible

 

 






All things that make up the environment are (a) -------------. The way in which people, animals and plants are related to each other and to their surroundings is (b) --------- as ecology. The (c) ----------- is a complex web that (d) ------------- animals, plants and every other life from in the biosphere. All these things (e) ---------together. The system is in a steady state of dynamic (f) --------------- which means that by (g) ----------- any one part of the web you can affect all the other parts. For (h) --------- the destruction of forests may have serious (i) --------------- consequences. It is the (j) ------- of human beings to prevent the environment from being spoilt.

 

9.    Dhaka board--17

  Recur 

Safe

Opine

Aware

Develop

Precaution

Minimize

Lie

Compulsory

Straight

Loss

Possibility

It’s a matter of great concern that Bangladesh (a) --------- in the active earthquake zone. Most of the Bangladeshis are fully (b) ---------- of its severity. Experts are alarmed by the (c) ------------- of quakes during recent years. But they give no (d) --------- answer to the question of (e) ----------about the buildings of Dhaka city. Since there is every (f) ------------- of earthquakes in Bangladesh. Experts call for taking adequate (g) ----------- measures to (h) -------losses. Rajuk (i) -------------- that an earthquake resistant building code should be (j) -----------.

 

10. Jashore boad—17

Poisonous

Of

Preserve

Greatest

Be

More

Refresh

Stern

By

Production

Contamination

Health

Food adulteration is one of the (a) ---------- problems in the recent time in our country. Different food and food products vegetables fruits and fishes are being (b) ---------- (c) ------------ the unscrupulous and profit monger businessmen and green grocers.  However we the general people (d) ------- the victims (e) ----------- all sorts of pangs and serious diseases. The businessmen use (f) --------- chemicals such as DDT, Aldrin heptachlor just to make their products (g) --------- attractive or to (h) ------- them for a long time. So it is time the authorities concerned took (i) ------- steps to stop such food adulteration. Proper monitoring supervision and public awareness should be compulsory from (j) ---------- level to consumers.

 

11. Chattogram  Board-17

Eloquent

Darkness

Awareness

Learn

Intellectual

Attain

Enlighten

Choice

Sensibility

Purpose

Human

Parochialism

Education is the process by which our mind develops through formal (a) ------- at an institution. It is mental and (b) ------- training. It provides opportunities of growth and helps to meet challenges to (c) ------- success. Moreover the purpose of education is to (d) ---------an individual. The aim of education is also to train individuals to make right (e) ----------. It en nobles our mind and refines our (f) ----------. It broadens our outlook and removes (g) ------------. It helps us to be (h) ----------of rights and responsibilities. Education furnishes us with an (i) ------------ in expressing truth. Therefore, it is compared to light which dispels the (j) ----------- of ignorance.

12. Shyllet board—17

Cheat

Tell

Story

Completely

Think

Rescue

Make

Face

Care

Matter

Promise

treat

Keeping promise given to anyone is a must though it takes much perseverance to keep promise honestly. Since keeping promise is a (a) -------- of remembrance. We should be (b) ---------- whenever we make promise. While (c) ------- an unavoidable danger people usually (d) ---------- any promise only to be (e) ---------- from the situation without perfect (f) --------. After being rescued most people (g) ---------- forgets the promise given. A (h) ------------ about the pied piper of Germany (i) ----------- how the piper was deliberately (j0------------ by the mayor, who has made promise to give piper one thousand guilders for his work.

13. Barishal Board--17

All

Necessary

Budget

Use

   Rise    

Begins

Follow

Answer

Have

Through

Careful

carefully

Students should be strategic about their examination. It is (a) ------------ for an examinee to (b) ----------- some instructions. He should go (c) ----------- the whole question bore him (d) ----------- to write. He must make a (e)----------- of his time so that he can (f) -------------- enough time to answer (g) ------------- question. He must write his answer (h) -----------. He should be (i) ----------- about his handwriting. He can (j) ----------- double spacing if his handwriting is tiny or very large.

Ans; a. necessary b. follow c. through d.  beings e. Budget f. Have g. All i. carefully j. use

 

14. Dinajpur Board—17

Who

Health

Choice

Be

Develop

Enable

Able

Ability

Importance

Face

Which

Know

Education is one of the basic needs of a human being. It is (a) ------------ for the (b) --------- of mind. Many illiterate people do not have any (c) --------- of health. If they (d) ------ educated they could n-live a (e) ----------- and planned life. Education teaches us how to live well. It (f) ------------ us to make the right (g) -------m in life. It enhances our (h) --------- to perform our duties properly and (i) ---------- our everyday problems. In fact it is education (j) ------------- brings positive changes in our life.

 

15. Cumillla Board: 2018

Wearing

Cut

Rise

Anticipation

Habitats

Increase

Extinction

Recklessly

Serves

Imperative

Particularly

Catastrophe

Provide

alarming

 

 






The destruction of forests and other (a) -------- is causing the (b) ------- of various plants and animals every day. In the last 25 years alone the world has lost one third of its natural wealth. Forests are being (c) ---------- down. Moreover, they are being burnt (d) ------------- resulting in an (e) --------- in carbon dioxide and ultimately the water level is (f) --------- as a consequence of global (g) ---------. It is (h) ---------- that the new century will face an overwhelming environmental (i) -----------. It is therefore (j) ----------- to check the reckless pollution of the environment.

 

16. Cumilla Board 2018

Result

Dump

Creature

Odour

Dispose

Waterborne

Avert

Microphone

Toxic

Avoid

Fume

Determine

Every year millions of people all over the world die unnecessarily as a result of pollution. These unfortunate and (a) ----------- deaths are brought about by four specific factors. Firstly air pollution from factories burring trash and vehicle (b) ----------- cause pneumonia bronchitis and other respiratory diseases. Then water pollution fro industrial discharge the indiscriminate (c) ----------- of toxic chemicals and the (d) --------- - of human waste into rivers and canals causes poisoning and (e) ---------- diseases such as cause aggregation and damage hearing. And finally (g)------------pollution from dumped or untreated human waste cause serious discomfort to our sense of smell, and attracts disease-bearing (h)----------- such as rats and flies. We should take (i) ----------- action to control these problems and clean up the environment to (j) ----------- these unnecessary diseases.

17. DB ’17 [Dhaka Commerce College, Dhaka-’16; Govt. Fazilatunnesa Mohila College, Bhola-’16

Recur

Safe

Opine

Aware

Develop

Precaution

Minimize

Lie

Compulsory

Straight

Loss

Possibility

It’s a matter of great concern that Bangladesh (a) — in the active earthquake zone. Most of the Bangladeshi are fully (b) — of its severity. Experts are alarmed by the (c) — of quakes during recent years. But they give no (d) — answer to the question of (e) — about the buildings of Dhaka city. Since there is every (f) — of earthquakes in Bangladesh, experts call for taking adequate (g) — measures to (h) — losses. Rajuk (i) — that an earthquake resistant building code should be (j) —.

 

18. DinajB ’17

who

health

choice

be

develop

enable

able

ability

importance

face

which

know

Education is one of the basic needs of a human being. It is (a) — for the (b) — of mind. Many illiterate people do not have any (c) — of health. If they (d) — educated, they could live a (e) — and planned life. Education teaches us how to live well. It (f) — us to make the right (g) — in life. It enhances our (h) — to perform our duties properly and (i) — our everyday problems. In fact, it is education (j) — brings positive changes in our life.

 

19. CB ’17

eloquent

darkness

awareness

learn

intellectual

attain

enlighten

choice

sensibility

purpose

human

parochialism

Education is the process by which our mind develops through formal (a) — at an institution. It is mental and (b) — training. It provides opportunities of growth and helps to meet challenges to (c) — success. Moreover, the purpose of education is to (d) — an individual. The aim of education is also to train individuals to make right (e) —. It ennobles our mind and refines our (f) —. It broadens our outlook and removes (g) —. It helps us to be (h) — of rights and responsibilities. Education furnishes us with an (i) — in expressing truth. Therefore, it is compared to light which dispels the (j) — of ignorance.

 

20. CtgB ’17

victorious

champion

recapitulate

take

birth

attack

independence

surrender

oppression

 

historical

division

significant

 

 

 

The most (a) — event for Bangladesh is her (b) — as an (c) — nation on March 26, 1971. It is a red letter day in the (d) — of Bangladesh. After the (e) — of Sub Continent, we got Pakistan. But the Pakistanees began to (f) — our people. At first, they (g) — our language. We shall never forget the language movement of 1952. The language movement led to the mass upsurge of 1969. As a result, the war of liberation (h) — place in 1971. After nine months struggle, the Pakistanees were compelled to (i) — and we won (j) —.

 

21. SB ’17 [Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat-’16]

Cheat

tell

story

completely

think

rescue

make

face

care

matter

promise

treat

Keeping promise given to anyone is a must though it takes much perseverance to keep promise honesty. Since keeping promise is a (a) — of remembrance, we should be (b) — whenever we make promises. While (c) — an unavoidable danger, people usually (d) — any promise only to be (e) — from the situation without perfect (f) —. After being rescued most people (g) — forget the promises given. A (h) — about the pied piper of Germany (i) — how the piper was deliberately (j) — by the mayor, who has made promises to give piper one thousand guilders for his work.

 

22. BB ’17

all

necessary

budget

use

rise

begins

follow

answer

have

through

careful

carefully

Student should be strategic about their examination. It is (a) — for an examinee to (b) — some instructions. He should go (c) — the whole question before he (d) — to write. He must make a (e) — of his time so that he can (f) — enough time to answer (g) — questions. He must write his answer (h) —. He should be (i) — about his handwriting. He can (j) — double spacing if his handwriting is tiny or very large.

 

23. DB ’16 [BIAM Model School & College, Bogra-’16; Æ Patiya Govt. College, Chittagong–’13;

accelerate

gain

isolated

disastrous

exist

explore

revolution

globe

noble

come

add

former

communication

successful

We have got many positive things during the last century. We have (a) — tremendous advancement in the field of science. For example, man has (b) — landed on the moon. He is going to (c) — other planets. We have achieved (d) — success in the field of information technology. Now we can (e) — to any part of the world in a second. The world has become a (f) — village. No nation is (g) — from other countries. One country (h) — to help other countries during the time of (i) —. Science has certainly (j) — the process of globalisation.

 

24. RB ’16

in

be

on

has

for

were

nuclear

need

at

extended

sharing

joint

Nazneen lives in an (a) — family. She (b) — a first year college student. Her annual exams are knocking (c) — the door. So, she (d) — to study a lot. But conditions in her family are not suitable (e) — her study. As the family in which she lives is an extended family, she does not (f) — a room of her own. She is to (g) — her room with her younger brothers and sisters and, at times, with her cousin. Besides being an extended family, there is so much noise and confusions (h) — it. Under these adverse situations she can hardly concentrate (i) — her studies. Now she wishes she (j) — in a nuclear family.

 

25. DinajB ’16; CtgB ’04 n [Principal Kazi Faruky School & College, Raipur, Lakshmipur-’16; Comilla Victoria Govt. College-’13;

warming

cut

rise

anticipation

provide

alarming

imperative

increase

extinction

recklessly

severe

particularly

catastrophe

habitats

The destruction of forests and other (a) — is causing the (b) — of various plants and animals everyday. In the last 25 years alone the world has lost one third of its natural wealth. Forests are being (c) — down. Moreover, they are being burnt (d) — resulting in an (e) — in carbon dioxide and ultimately the water level is (f) — as a consequence of global (g) —. It is (h) — that the new century will face an overwhelming environment (i) —. It is therefore (j) — to check the reckless pollution of the environment.

 

26. JB ’16, ’09 n [Govt. Shaheed Bulbul College, Pabna-’16; Agrabad Mohila College, Chittagong-14; M.C. Academy, Gopalgonj- 12 

survive

surroundings

look

escape

method

leaf

protect

from

different

move

colour

fly

Animals must be able to (a) — themselves from enemies in order to (b) —. Different animals have (c) — ways. Some animals have ‘protective colouring’ that is their (d) — changes to match their (e) —. The common tree toad changes (f) — gray to green when it (g) — from the trunk of a tree to a green (h) —. Similarly the dead-leaf butterfly (i) — being seen by its enemies because it (j) — like a dry leaf.

 

27. CB ’16 Khulna Govt. Girls’ College–’13; Shaheed Smriti Degree College, Pirojpur–’13;

count

enter

change

establish

opt

acknowledge

presence

work

reliance

education

recognized

social

unnecessary

cocoons

One very conspicuous (a) — in our society is the (b) — of working women outside home. Of course it has to be (c) — that women have always worked within the household but this (d) — is not counted as ‘work’. It is unfortunate that women’s roles in agricultural societies have not been (e) — either. Whether it is due to economic necessity or the urge to (f) — an individual identity or both, nowadays many women are (g) — the outside workforce. They are joining in a wide range of professions. Moreover, it is not only (h) — women who are (i) — to work but women with little or no education have come out of their (j) — to earn and become self-reliant.

 

28. CtgB ’16, ’12; DinajB ’12; CB ’07; SB-06 n Barisal Cadet College, Barisal-’14; BAF Shaheen College, Chittagong-’14; Rabita Model College, Rangamati-’14; Moqbular Rahman Govt. College, Panchagarh-’14;

drink

eat

available

nutrition

satisfy

happen

lack

need

heart

balanced

knowledge

preserve

mind

for

While (a) — food, we should bear in (b) — that we do not eat just to (c) — hunger or to fill the belly. We eat to (d) — our health. For good health, a man (e) — good food. Sometimes it so (f) — that people who live even in the midst of plenty do not eat the food they need for good health because they have no (g) — of science, health and (h) —. They do not know how to select a (i) — diet from the many foods that are (j) — to them.

 

29. SB ’16

have

experts

biology

told

in

live

sixty

cause

regard

expectancy

expect

warn

at

ninety

At an international conference (a) — Dublin on population trends yesterday, (b) — discussed new techniques of (c) — engineering that will soon increase the average life (d) — to 150 years. However, they (e) — that would lead to the problems that (f) — already been (g) — by the tendency to live longer. Only a few years ago, in Britain and other parts of the world, people were (h) — as “old” when they reached the age of sixty or seventy, and rarely lived beyond eighty or (i) —. Now, however, several people (j) — up to 120 years.

30. BB ’16

be

malnutrition

brave

teenage

thatched

strong

land

beg

work

occasion

feeble

marriage

Ayesha Begum has three sons and two daughters. Her husband was a (a) — farmer. With great effort they (b) — their daughters off by the time they reached (c) —. The sons also started (d) — with their father as day labourers when they were old enough to help. By the time they (e) — about seventeen years old, all of them had left to work in nearby towns to earn money. At first they used to send money to their parents (f) — but after getting married, they stopped sending money. Ayesha Begum and her husband are now old and (g) —. Years of (h) — and deprivation have made them look older. All they are left with now is their broken little (i) — house. Out of desperation, Ayesha Begum has started (j) —.

 

31. DB ’15

power

violence

slow

control

voice

through

confine

peace

handicap

sound

limit

gradually

Stephen gradually started losing (a) — over the muscles of his body as he (b) — became a victim of Gehrig’s disease. Since the age of thirty, he has been (c) — to a wheelchair with no (d) — to control his body except for some (e) — movement of his head and hands only. He can speak only (f) — a computer with a (g) — synthesizer that converts his message into (h) —. But such a tremendous physical (i) — has not managed to dishearten or (j) — him down.

 

32. RB’ 15, CtgB ’10 n Ideal Commerce College, Dhaka–’14,’13; Chittagong Cantonment Public College–’13

solve

ensure

in vain

address

work

must

always

paramount

originate

upliftment

balance

harass

call

never

(a) — illiteracy problem is the (b) — task of the hour. We must educate all of our people (c) — our balanced development; otherwise all of our development plans must go (d) — . If we can educate our people, half of our problems will be automatically (e) — . That’s why, education is (f) — the nerve of development. All strength and power to (g) — the development of the country (h) — from education. So, we (i) — give topmost priority on education sector if we really want the (j) — of our dear motherland.

 

33. DinajB ’15 n Daud Public School & College, Jessore-’16; IBN Taimiya School & College, Comilla-’16; Shaheed Syed Nazrul Islam College, Mymensingh–’13;

earn

merely

chain

from

surplus

rightful

arise

world

raise

and

dominate

descend

free

fall

Liberty does not (a) — upon a people; a people must (b) — themselves to it. It is a fruit that must be (c) — before it can be enjoyed. That freedom means freedom only from foreign (d) — is an outworn idea. It is not (e) — the government that should be free, but people themselves should be free. And no (f) — has any real value for the common men or women unless it also means freedom from want, freedom from disease and freedom (g) — ignorance. This is the main task which confronts us if we are to take our (h) — place in the modern (i) —. So, we must go forward at a double pace bending all our resources (j) — energies to this great purpose.

34. JB ’15

martyrdom

lock

intellect

prevail

killing

enforce

clash

shoot

conspire

spirit

violate

fail

One who lays down one’s life for upholding the cause of the motherland, occupies the glorious position of a (a) —. Shaheed Dr. Shamsuzzoha is such a proud son of our beloved motherland. He was the first (b) — who embraced martyrdom during the preliberation period of Bangladesh. After the (c) — of the trumped-up Agartala (d) — case, Sergeant Zohurul Haque was killed in prison by the Ayub Khan Govt. on February 1969. Following the brutal killing, a flame of protest ablazed throughout the then East Pakistan. A volatile situation also (e) — in the Rajshahi city where section 144 was (f) — to prevent the agitating students from taking part in any protest. But the students of Rajshahi University were (g) — and bold enough to bring out a vigorous procession (h) — section 144 that subsequently led them to be (i) — in a clash with the police and the armed forces. The armed forces started to take up their positions against the students. Dr. Zoha came forward to save the students and ultimately, he was (j) — dead.

 

35. CB ’15  [Chittagong Cantonment Public College, Chittagong-’16; Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka–13]

requiring

provide

interesting

importance

extinction

habitat

enthusiast

factors

ecology

worship

season

doing

Bird-watching has been a favourite pastime for many nature-lovers. In the past, some birds (a) — as messengers of the gods. Bird watching these days is (b) — for the fun of finding out more about our feathered friends. In recent years, birds have become the barometers of (c) — changes around us. Bird-watchers have made (d) — contributions towards (e) — information about which birds have vanished from which areas or become (f) — altogether. They even are trying to find out the factors which are having bad effects on their (g) —. Bird-watching (h) — a lot of perseverance and might cover days, months or years, through summer or winter, heat or rain to observe (i) — habits of birds. Real (j) — have even gone to remote islands to observe birds. Bird-watching is quite well known in many countries of the world.

 

36. CtgB ’15, ’07 Trishal Mohila Degree College, Mymensingh–’13; Royal Media College, Mymensingh–’13

communication

personal

easily

store

improve

time

transmitted

simultaneously

electronic

sent

mode

actually

base

established

        E-mail means (a) — mail. It is an electronic (b) — of communication. E-mail (c) — is user to user but telex communication is terminal to terminal. Telephone connection often takes a lot of time to be (d) — because both the caller and the called must be present (e) —. But e-mail is a computer (f) — system and the messages that are (g) — via the computer become (h) — in the mail box of an individual’s (i) — computer without the need of his being (j) — present. Thus, e-mail saves both time and money.

 

37. SB’ 15, CB ’11 n Noapara Model Degree College, Jessore-’16; Govt. City College, Chittagong-’14;

waste

community

sphere

women

family

returns

educate

develop

children

welfare

mother

sector

Education for girls is essential for the development in all (a) — of the society. So, investments in the education of (b) — will bring in greater (c) — in the field of economic and social (d) — . Educated women can contribute more to the family (e) — than those who have no schooling. Educated (f) — are more likely to send their (g) — to school and look after their health and nutrition. Thus (h) — women can contribute to the (i) — development. On the other hand, failure to educate women is a tremendous (j) — of human resource.

 

38. BB’ 15, JB ’03 n Rajshahi College, Rajshahi-’14; Tejgaon College, Dhaka-’10 

learn

quickly

over

commit

explain

thoughts

of

enriched

aloud

times

know

possession

reading

filled

Young people often consider (a) — poetry by heart a tiresome drudgery. But the learning of poetry has great advantage (b) — merely reading it. Poems that have been learnt become a permanent personal (c) —. The mind is (d) — with a store of beautiful or lofty (e) — and ideas which may be a source of pleasure, comfort and inspiration at (f) — when the books are not at hand. Poems selected for learning, however, should be worthy (g) — the time to be spent on them and should be those which make a strong appeal to the learner. The best way to (h) — a poem to memory is not to learn it line by line, but to read the whole poem (i) — over and over again until it is thoroughly (j) —.


With Clues Worksheet 5.0 (1) - Answer

1.    Dhaka board—19-Ans; a. Avoidable b. Fume c. Disposal d. Dumping e. Waterborne f. Microphones g. Odor h. Creatures i. Determined j. Avert

2.    Cumilla –19 -Ans; a. Communication b. Is c. Differ d. Convey e. Through f. Messages g. Same h. Distributes i. From  j. contrary

3.    Rjshahi –19.-Ans; a. positive b. recruiting c. Yet d.  Religious e. Discourage f. Allowed g. Safety h. Tied i. Possibility j. Waste

4.    Jashore board-19-Ans; a. Learning b. Intellectual c. Attain d. Enlighten e. Choice f. Sensibility g. Parochialism h. Aware i. Eloquence j. darkness

5.    Shylet board-19- Ans; ‍a. significance b. provides c. benefits d. living e. cattle f. collect g. and h. system i. resting j. migratory

6.    Barishal board----19-Ans; a. although b. see c. touch d. develop e. called f. way g. bears h. dots i. tips j. printed

7.    Chattogram board---19-Ans; a. congratulations b. success c. extremely d. delighted e. informed f. competition g. performer h. entire i. earned j. continuous

8.    Dinajpur board—19-Ans; a. interrelated b. known c. ecosystem d. Links e. Hang f. Balance g. Alerting h. Example i. Ecological j. responsible

9.    Dhaka board—17-Ans; a. lies b. aware c. Recurrence d. Straight e. Safety f. Possibility g. Precautionary h. Minimize i. Opines j. developed

10. Jashore boad—17-Ans; a. greatest b. contaminated c. By d. Are e. Of f. Poisonous g. More h. Preserve i. Stern j. producers

11. Chattogram  Board-17-Ans; a. learning b. Intellectual c. Attain d. Enlighten e. Choice f. Sensibility g. Parochialism h. Aware i. Eloquence j. Darkness

12. Shyllet board—17-Ans. A. Matter b. Careful c. Facing d. Make e. Rescued f. Thinking\thought g. Complete h. Story i. tells j. cheated

13. Barishal Board—17-Ans; a. necessary b. follow c. through d.  beings e. Budget f. Have g. All i. carefully j. use

14. Dinajpur Board—17 Ans; a. important b. development c. knowledge d. were e. healthy f. enables g. choice h. ability I. face j. which/that

15. Cumillla Board: 2018  Ans; a. habitats b. extinctions c. cut d. recklessly e. increase f. rising g. warming h. anticipated i. catastrophe j. imperative

16. Cumilla Board 2018 Ans; a. rational b. work c. proud d. blue e. ready f. class g. inferior h. birth i. same j. mentioned

  1. (a) lies (b) aware (c) recurrence (d) straight (e) safety (f) possibility (g) precautious (h) minimize (i) opines/has opined (j) developed

  2. (a) important (b) development (c) knowledge (d) were (e) healthy (f) enables (g) choice/ choices (h) ability (i) face (j) which

  3. (a) learning (b) intellectual (c) attain (d) enlighten (e) choices (f) sensibility (g) parochialism (h) aware (i) eloquence (j) darkness

  4. (a) significant (b) birth (c) independent (d) history (e) division (f) oppress (g) attacked (h) took (i) surrender (j) victory

  5. (a) matter (b) careful (c) facing (d) make (e) rescued (f) thinking (g) completely (h) story (i) tells (j) cheated

  6. (a) necessary (b) follow (c) through (d) begins (e) budget (f) have (g) all (h) carefully (i) careful (j) use

  7. (a) gained (b) successfully (c) explore (d) revolutionary (e) communicate (f) global (g) isolated (h) comes (i) disaster (j) accelerated

  8. (a) extended (b) is (c) at (d) needs (e) for (f) have (g) share (h) in (i) on (j) were

  9. (a) habitats (b) extinction (c) cut (d) recklessly (e) increase (f) rising/increasing (g) warming (h) anticipated (i) catastrophe (j) imperative

  10. (a) protect (b) survive (c) different (d) colour (e) surroundings (f) from (g) moves (h) leaf (i) escapes (j) looks

  11. (a) change (b) presence (c) recognised (d) work (e) counted (f) establish (g) entering (h) educated (i) opting (j) cocoons

  12. (a) eating (b) mind (c) satisfy (d) preserve (e) needs (f) happens (g) knowledge (h) nutrition (i) balanced (j) available

  13. (a) in (b) experts (c) biology (d) expectancy (e) warned (f) have (g) caused (h) regarded (i) ninety (j) live

  14. (a) landless (b) married (c) teenage (d) working (e) are (f) ocasionally (g) feeble (h) malnutrition (i) thatched (j) begging

  15. (a) control (b) gradually (c) confined (d) power (e) limited (f) through (g) voice (h) sound (i) handicap (j) slow

  16. (a) Addressing/ To address (b) paramount (c) to ensure (d) in vain (e) solved (f) called (g) balance (h) originates (i) must (j) upliftment


  1. (a) descend (b) raise (c) earned (d) domination (e) merely (f) freedom (g) from (h) rightful (i) world (j) and

  2. (a) martyr (b) intellectual (c) failure (d) Conspiracy (e) prevailed (f) enforced (g) spirited (h) violating (i) locked (j) shot

  3. (a) were worshipped (b) done (c) ecological (d) important (e) providing (f) extinct (g) habitats (h) requires (i) seasonal (j) enthusiasts.

  4. (a) electronic (b) mode (c) communication (d) sent (e) simultaneously (f) based (g) transmitted (h) stored (i) personal (j) actually

  5. (a) spheres/sectors (b) women (c) returns (d) development (e) welfare (f) mothers (g) children (h) educated (i) community (j) waste

  6. (a) learning (b) over (c) possession (d) filled (e) thoughts (f) times (g) of (h) commit (i) aloud (j) known

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