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সালঃ 2013

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Noun

Adverb

Verb

Preposition

reminiscience

reminiscense

reminiscence

reminisence

He chose well and prospered.

He choose well and prospered.

He choiced well and prospered.

He chosen well and prospered.

selfish

thoughtful

rude

reserved

Teroorism

Desposition

neatness

Favouritism

to have a heart attack

to lose courage

to fall in love

to be without passion

ambiguity/clarity

humane/kind

colossal/tiny

worsen/improve

to cheek

cheeked

cheeking

check

when I'll get home

when I go home

while I get home

as I go home

a period of being carefree

a period of misforture

days when dogs breed

hot weather

haughty

conceited

irritable

unassumming

sells shoes

mends cobblestones

mends shoes

exports cobblestones

It is easy to find of others

It is easy to find out fault of others

It is easy to find fault with others

It is easy to find out faults of others

I have looked for a good doctor's before I met you.

I had looked for a good doctor before I met you.

I looked for a good doctor before meting you.

I am looking for a good doctor before I meting you.

Silver as well as cotton have fallen is price.

Bangla as well as English are taught here

The mayor, with his councilors, is to be present.

The king, with his minsters, are going on a trip.

I insist that she come along.

I insist that she comes along.

I insist that she come along.

I insist that she may come along.

unfair

secret

imprudent

hasty

moderate

excessive

fair

increasing

Misfortunes comes never alone.

Misfortunes never come alone.

Misfortunes never alone comes.

Misfortunes comes alone ever .

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

Researches suggest that there are creatures that do not know what light means at the bottom of the sea. They don't have either eyes or ears; they can only feel. There is no day or night for them. There are no winters, no summers, no sun, no moon, and no stars. It is as if a child spent its life in darkness in bed, with nothing to see or hear. How different our own life is! Sight shows us the ground beneath our feet and the heavens above us _ the sun, moon, and stars shooting stars, lighting and the sunset. It shows us day and night. We are able to h hear voices, the sound of the sea. and, music  We feel, we taste, we smell. How fortunate we are!

live in darkness because they do not like light

have on sense of hearing as well as sight

have the same sense that we do

do not hear the sound of sea as they are accustomed to it

We are unfortunate because we cannot experience winter and summer.

We can feel, smell and taste unlike the deep sea creatures.

We can spend our lives in darkness in bed

We can see the ground beneath our feel and depth of the ocean.

life of sea creatures at the bottom of the sea.

how changes in the seasons are perceived by the deep-sea creatures

how wonderful our lives were and will be

The superiority of human being over same creatures in terms of senses

stories one hears abut the deep sea creatures from sailors

scientific discoveries about the deep sea

laboratory tests conducted by marine biologists

Detailed studies about the deep sea creatures to discover new information

someone who lives where there are on seasons

an animal without the sense of touch

a sea creature with on seeing or hearing ability

a deaf child unaffected by the environment

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