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সালঃ 2004

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Occassion

Ocassion

Occasion

Ocasion

investigete

envistigate

investigate

invistegate

sadly

happily

eagerly

quickly

tired

angry

fresh

smooth

has swam

have swum

swam

have been swimming

an

a

the

no article

You came from where ?

where you are come from?

Where do you come from?

where form you come?

leaving

left

leaves

leave

fateful

fatalistic

fate

fatal

envelop

has been enveloping

enveloped

enveloping

aggravate

graver

grave

worse

have tackle

tackled

to tackle

tackle

will not buy

shall not buy

would not buy

am not going to buy

tolerate

accept

provide with board and Lodging

encourage

Big Ben was dragged over Westminster Bridge

Big Ben was cracked by sixteen horses

Big Ben is Frederick Den't s nickname

Big Ben was cast into the River Thames

Young and inexperienced, the task seemed easy to me

Young an inexperienced, it seemed to me an easy task

Young and inexperienced ,it was an easy task for me

Young and inexperienced, they thought the task was easy

He carried a heavy weight

He became sad

His face became long

He looked ugly

tolerate him /her

provide him /her with board and lodging

move him /her ill

lock him/her up

able

forceful

competitive

communicative

haven't you

hadn't you

didn't you

wouldn't you

persuade /Dissuade

Pleasure /Pain

Big/Large

Victory /Defeat

The more he gets , more he wants

More he gets, more he wants

More he gets , the more he wants

The more he gets , the more he wants

I know him for a long time

I known him for a long time

I have known him for a long time

I has known him for a long time

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

Many people think that  Big Ben is the huge clock that towers  316 feet above the River Thames at Westminster. But strictly the deep-voiced bell which booms from the belfry at the top of 336 steep stairs. For fifteen years. in the last century, experts wrangled about the plans for parliament's prospective clock. Filially, Frederick Dent was appointed to make his masterpieces. But even then the job was not plain sailing. The original bell was cast in 1856, dragged over Westminster Bridge by sixteen white horses and hung on gallows in New Palace Yard for testing. Sadly, a crack was discovered, and the bell has to be re-cast. But, even today, a crack is still apparent. However, it is good to remember that although Big Ben was born in the controversy he was christened with laughter. During a House of Commons debate on a suitable name for London's new timekeeper, along speech was made by an immense member called out'  'why not call the clock Big Ben? 'So, in a good-humored roar. The thirteen and a-half -ton heavyweight was named for all time, and began public service in May 1859.

Big Ben is really a bell

Big Ben is really a clock

Big Ben is a belfry

Big Ben is a river

Big Ben was weighs over thirty tons

The bel is 316 feet high

The bell has 336 steps

Big Ben has a vibrant sound

Big Ben started functioning is 1859

The present bell is not the original one

It took 15 years to make Big Ben

There is a crack on Big Ben

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