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সালঃ 2002

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moves

spans

shoots

skids

return

had returned

has been returned

returned

having left

had left

have been left

had been left

is

are

were

had

is

was

has been

had been

I began trembling in that biting cold

The trembling of me began in that biting

I began to tremble in that biting cold

I was trembling in that terrible coldness

He is burning with anger

He is shouting in rage

He is bursting into anger

He is boiling with rage

IIIiterate

Embarras

Parallel

Occurrence

pretty

lonely

cheerful

musical

the morning prayer

the evening prayer

the sunrise prayer

the noon

the day was pretty

the lady was kind

the lady admired his book

the writer was young

a spinner of stories

a woman involved in spinning

a married woman

an unmarried woman

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

Between the fuel cells that will power the cars of the future and today's petrol and diesel engines lie hybrid internal -combustion/electric vehicles. No one now believes that battery-driven electric cars will take over:  the batteries are too heavy and run down too quickly. But cars that get their electricity from and run down too quickly. But cars that get their electricity from an internal -combustion engine acting as a generator are a reality. Two such hybrid vehicles are already selling in America and Japan. However, they cost more than normal models and weigh more than conventionally powered cars.

is heavy

does not need petrol or diesel

is costly

uses petrol and diesel

petrol engines

diesel engines

internal combustion engines

electric engines

mixture

complex

pure

blend

noun

verb

participle

gerund

uneconomical

universal

fast

fashinable

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