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সালঃ 1999

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could enter a person's house

could swiftly and skillfully even without the use of their eyes

had such perfect eyesight that they could avoid things hurled at them

were so killed in avoiding obstacle when flying

I would go to the station

I had gone to the station

I would have gone to the station

I would be going to the station

careful

carefully

more careful

morefully

overthrew

ovrflowed

overcome

overwered

they finally get it

they finally gotten it

they finaaly got it

they finally gets it

Acommodatin

Begining

Diligent

Deceive

poverty

dead people

miserly people

fear

the rainy season began

the rainy season was begun

the rainy season had begun

the rainy season begins

বেশি পরমানুর হাতে এই সম্পত্তি নেই

বেশির ভাগ পরমাণুর মালিকানায় সম্পত্তি নেই

এই সম্পত্তি অধিকারী বেশি পরমাণু নয়

বেশির ভাগ পরমাণুর এই বৈশিষ্ঠ্য নেই

Real flowers hardly could smelt better

Real flowers could hardly have smelt better

Real flowers could have smelt better hardly

Real flowers could smelt better hardly

hopes and aspirations

heat and warmth

reproduction and death

emerged and advanced

Give the work to whichever looks idle

Give the work to whom looks idle

Give the work to whomsoever looks idle

Give the work to whoever looks idle

Young and inexperienced the task seemed easy to me

Young an inexperienced , it seemed to an easy task

Young an inexperienced , it was an easy task for me

Young an inexperienced I thought the task was easy

she paid him well for this servies

she remined him of his mother who lived in Mannvile

she made him fell less lonely and forsaken

she had a dog he could paly with

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

Many people must have been visited by a bat in their drawing  room or bedroom at one time or another, and if they have not been“to scared of it, they will have been fascinated by its swift, skilful flight and the rapid twists and turns with which it avoids all. obstacles, including objects like shoes and towels that are hurled at it. Now despite the old saying. bats are not blind. They have perfectly good eyes, but these are so tiny that they are not easily detected. Their eyes are certainly not good enough for them to perform some of the extraordinary flying, stunts in which they indulge. It was an italian naturalist called Spallanzani. in the eighteenth century who first started to investigate the flight of bats and by the unnecessarily cruel method of blinding several bats. he found that they could still fly about unhampered, avoiding obstacles as though they were uninjured. But how they managed to do this he could not guess.

the eyesight of bats

the flying skills of bats

the injuries done to bats

the investigation of bats

hindrances

impediments

hurdless

supports

distressed

disinterested

disappointed

disgusted

trown

attacked

broken

hit

noun

verb

adjective

adverb

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