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সালঃ 2005

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Now that

Every time

Once

Until

excessive

excesive

axcesive

execessive

the revolution is about to begin

it is the right time for a revolt

the revolt is underway

it is too late for a revolt

Through the route

Through the way

On the way

In the way

Birds cry at dawn

Birds shout at dawn

Birds twitter at dawn

Birds how at dawn

deceitful

clever

ordinary

shocking

No one has been living in that house for years

No one ever lived in that house for years

Nobody has for years lived in that house

Nobody had been living for years in that house

as well as an effective teacher

and too a very efficient teacher

but he teaches very good in addition

however he teaches very good also

The man that said that was a fool

The man who said that was a fool

The man , that said that, was a fool

The man which said that was a fool

securities issued by the government

industrial shares considered to be a safe investment

industrial shares considered to be a risky investment

jloat plastic counters used as money tokens

Question 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are based on the following reading.

The Victorian cult of death is quite unique in English history. Never before or since have the English been so obsessed with the rites and rituals of deaths. Funerals and mourning: whole language rites and rituals of deaths Funerals and mourning: a whole language of dress, objects, and social formalities grew up around it  Queen Victoria herself set an example of irreproachable widowhood for her subjects to follow. After Prince Albert's death in 1861, she remained in mourning for over ten years. To the end of her life, she preferred to wear black. Many people thought she  e=carried things too far; it was with great difficulty that she was persuaded to re-enter public in 1871,

Black Obsession

Language of Mourning

After Prince Albert

Victorian Rites

fixated

frenzied

frantic

fazed

irresponsible

irksome

unshakable

none of the above

persuasion

persecution

perseverance

persistence

Practices

regulations

law

habits

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