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সালঃ 2017

C ইউনিট


Had better to get

have better get

had better get

had better got

have to get better

fill up

fill out

fill into

fill over

fill through

made up

made up for

made out

made for

made over

tolerate

unite

flow

copy

assume

For

Only for

But also

Due to

But for

twice as much as her half-sister

twice as many as her half-sister

twice as best as her half-sister

twice as good as her half-sister

twice as less as her half-sister

everyone or everything is included

travelling between countries

from end to end

face to face

giving something across the table

The book was read by many people

the book made many people want to read it

many people wanted to read the book

the reading of the book interested many people

the movie interested many people in the book

had asked

did ask

asked

have asked

might have asked

is

are

have

has

are being

adapt

adopt

adept

endure

overcome

play an important role

play upon a musical instrument

get busy over important matter

idle away time

use their time

frustrating

encouraging

pessimistic

optimistic

tempting

returned

removed

joined

shortened

changed

Question 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 are based on the following reading.

The process of globalization conspicuously requires a lingua ->.6 franca for international communication. For a myriad of reasons, English has earned the diadem of - being that international language. As a result, it has crossed national borders to reach people who speak a queer variety otH languages. Engl;sh is no longer the lone possession of the - British or the American, but a common tool which belongs to all and sundry. In fact, bilingual and multilingual users of English for outnumber its monolingual native speakers. This unique phenomenon has led to a bewildering variety of English around the globe. There is a joke that global English is neither British nor American, rather it is bad English However, thequestion of good or bad English is obsolete now Today's slogan is mutual intelligibility amongest users of English

French

regional language

common language

global language

uncommon language

in use

in craze

in fashion

in vogue

out of date

The few choose can benefit from English

A few people can benefit from English

All people can benefit from English

Scarcely can all people benefit from English

All nations can hardly benefit from English

not clearly

casually

surely

obviously

indistinctively

anesthetic : numbness

therapy : madness

laxative : drug

vaccine : virus

epidemic : contagiousness

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