ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়

সালঃ 2001

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provoke

penetrate

purse

performate

recklessly

reliably

ruthlessly

restlenssly

have been going

are going

has been going

are gone

has been looking

will be looking

had been looking

has looked

to

from

towards

into

By whom you were taught French ?

By whom French was taught you ?

French was taught you by who

By whom were you taught French ?

assertain

asertain

ascerane

ascertain

I was threatened to hear his words

I was surprise to hear his words

I was surprised to hear his words

I was stunned to hear his words

I can go, but why shall I go ?

I may go , but why I will go?

I can go, but why should I?

I can go, but why do I?

Get ready for the rainy season

change his address

To begin a new course of improved behavior , habit , etc

Plant new trees

Show surprise of disapproval

Show agreement

Show happines

Show indifference

the marriage guest

the mariner

Death's female companion

Death

has not ordered expensive dishes

has eaten too much

has left a meager tip for the writer

was vindictive man

she had big stupid hands

she sent Jerry Skates

she was starving

she lived away form Jerry

song of the evening

evening religious service

nursery song

a melancholy

a song full of praise

a minister's praise

a sad song

a court poet's song

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


About fifty years ago, plant physiologists set out to grow roots, by themselves in solutions in laboratory flasks. The scientists found that the nutrition of isolated roots was quite simple. They required sugar and usual minerals and vitamins. However, they did not require organic nitrogen compounds. These roots got along fine on mineral inorganic nitrogen. Roots are capable of making their own proteins and other organic compounds. These activities by roots require the energy of course. The process of respiration uses sugar to make the high-energy compound ATP, which drives the biochemical reactions. Respiration also requires oxygen. Highly active roots require a good deal of oxygen. 

nursery song

a ballad

a delightful song

a melancholy

The relationship between a plant's roots and its shoots

what can be learned by growing roots in isolation

How plants can be grown without roots

How plants can be grown without roots

grew well

became slender

grew longer

looked nice

Plant physiologists

solutions

laboratory flasks

roots

A biochemical process

The tip of root

A chemical compound

A type of p;ant cell

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