He is very passionate
He is very proud
He is very conscientious
He is very emotion
doing something unfair in a competition
injuring someone fatally
striking someone in the abdomen
beating someone in a competition
who is the better of the two boys?
who is the best among these boys?
who is the best among the tree boys?
who is the best boy of the group ?
Have a sound sleep
A handsome fellow
wish you a good trip
I wish I was in your shoes
I wish I were in your shoes
I wish I got into your shoes
I wish I get into your shoes
Question 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are based on the following reading.Natural calamities are not uncommon in our part of the world. Annual flooding is regularly complimented by annual droughts in many parts of Bangladesh. To these two chief agents of our misery, you can add the violent storms that originate in the Bay of Bengal and wreak death and destruction on our coastal belt every now and then. The most recent example is hurricane side that struck that southern districts on the evening of 15 November 2007, Despite early warning and precautionary measures, the devastation caused by side has been horrifying You look to the West and realize with a start that catastrophes such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and flash floods are also becoming more and more frequent there. You can't help wondering whether what you call natural calamities are wholly natural today, for some of them are, to a very considerable degree. certainly caused by air and water pollution, deforestation was on a big and small scale, each, of which is a creation of man and all of which have combined to produce the alarming phenomenon called global warming you ask: are not natural calamities really nature's vengeance of the sins committed by man against nature?
leather strip produced and worn in the seaports of Bangladesh
belt-like shape of the Chittagong coast.
islands off the Sundarbans
The southern districts of Bangladesh bordering the Bay of Bengali
negatives used incorrectly
incorrect arrangement of words.
double negatives producing an affirmative
A historical phenomenon
rise in the earth's temperatures
man unscrupulously destroying
long period of weather