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সালঃ 2017

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everybody

everyone

anybody

someone

more funny

funnier

most funny

funniest

no article, a

a, no article

the, a

a, the

DU was founded

was DU founded

had DU been founded

DU founded

Metaphor

simile

personification

Symbol

Yielded

wielded

Infiltrated

Fainted

Sprightly

Hasty

Humble

Extreme

He is used to work hard.

He is used to working.

He used to working hard.

He has used to working hard.

Goodness

Family

Bravery

Childhood

and she has not yet submitted her application

but her application form has been submitted

yet she has submitted her application form.

though she has not yet submitted her application form

did not have any

did not have an

did notot hardly

did have any

Half a legend, half a legend

Half a league onward, half a league

Half a league, half a league

Half a league, half a legend

"সবাই শান্তি এবং অহিংসা পছন্দ করে।"

"সকলেই শান্তি এবং অহিংসার পথ চায়।"

"সকলেই শান্তি চায় এবং অহিংসার নীতি পছন্দ করে।"

"সকলেই শক্তিকামী এবং অহিংসা নীতির সাধক।"

Mother frightened me not to tell a lie.

Mother suggested me to not tell a lie.

Mother advised me not to tell a lie.

Mother warned me to not to tell a lie.

By whom you are wanted?

By whom are you wanted?

Whom is wanted by you?

Who is wanted by you?

I wish our cricket team to win the 'World Cup'.

I wish that our cricket team wins the 'World Cup'.

I wish that our cricket team could win the 'World Cup'.

I wish our cricket team can win the 'World Cup'.

Eulogy

pendant

awkward

Egotistical

Original

Originated

Origination

Originate

Simile

Metaphor

Personification

Symbol

A cause of one's downfall

A very untidy piece of work

A leading position in a group

A reason for onc's existence

Assonance

Alliteration

Simile

Metaphor

A direct expression of admiration

A witty remark

An indirect expression for a harsh one

An unpleasant expression

Heterogeneous

Iconnoclast

Impecunious

Neophyte

a noun

an adverb

a verb

an adjective

syntactically

semantically

lexically

phonologically

A lament for the Dead

A study of the Church building and decorations

A speech or piece of writing expressing praise

A writing record of personal events

William Shakespeare

Leo Tolstoy

Henrik Ibesen

Fyodor Dostoevsky

(s)he is gaudy

(s)he is talkative

(s)he feels awkward

(s)he feels dizzy

Bassanio

Antonio

Lorenzo

Portia

Billis : Apatht

Dismay : Distress

Approval : Cencure

Fear : Shame

Make better

Make good

Make worse

Make sure

Ernest Hemingway

Jane Austen

Joseph Conrad

Emily Dickinson

Commencement

Proscription

Disavowal

Repudiation

Harass

Caribbean

Convalece

Millennium

Question 42, 43, 44, 45 and 46 are based on the following reading.

    After two period of captaincy cut short by his constant companion namely injury Mashrafe bin Mortaza was handled over the baton once again in 2014 to lead the national side in born ODI and T- 20s. The journey of Mortaza, called the Narail Express. "as a captain coined with the glorious transformation of the Bangladesh Tigers from the perennial minnows to a major cricketing power . His characteristic headship and unflinching parasitism helped Bangladesh turn into a strong unit and quality to Cup Cricket . That too by knocking out England, the birth land of the game and one of the favorite for the tile. This spit is induced by the brave skipper who led the Bangladesh team to beat to- class opponent like Pakistan, India and South Africa and lose of narrowly to England in subsequent bilateral home series. He inspire the Tigers in qualifying to the semi-finals of 2017 edition of Champions Trophy by trumping the strong outfit of New Zealand. Moreover Bangladesh under Mashrafe's fearless leadership fought neck to neck with Sri Lanka on the letter's home shrewd stewardship, thus making the most successful of Bangladesh captains"

leader

skipp[er

fighter

captain

great pacer

comeback hero

crazy player

brave fighter

Bullies plyers

conpires with players

motivates players

facilities playes

destroying

beating up

defeating

cutting

to fight back

to fight one sidely

to fight equally

to fight randomly

Question 47, 48, 49 and 50 are based on the following reading.

Rabindranath Tagore, an unparalleled worshiper of beauty,pursues beauty not extrinsically but essentially introspectively, ‘and the sense of beauty appears in his conception as a living,  dynamic force. As the spring of beauty is heart, his quest for beauty is chiefly in the heart's Eden. He searches for the basis of the budding beauty of creation within himself and finds an indomitable force within himself. However, as human creativity is dependent upon forces from the phenomenal :world, unless and until its motivated by something in this world or universal life that generates human capacity to:appreciate beauty, the human mind cannot succeed in appreciating it. Tagore’s quest for beauty, in such a case, is stirred by his wonderful experiences with nature. The word or nature quivering inside the poet's heart leads him to search ,beauty in the outer world. It appeals to him both an account ‘or its purer beauty and the sensuous beauty of the most commonplace objects. .

extricsic

restropective

refletive

essential

worship

mental capacity

motivation

energy

common place

most important

cheap

ordinary

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