ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়

সালঃ 2012

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noun

adjective

adverb

verb

atheism

deism

monotheism

ploytheism

to making o flying

making flying

make, fly

to make, to flying

works when his / her colleagues are on strike

is unpopular

is quarrelsome

is black

insulted

humilated

injured

dejected

hetarogineous

heterogeous

hetrogeneous

heterogenious

permanent

transient

relavent

Intelligent

I like to swim, play tennis and ride.

I like swimming, play tennis and riding

I like swimming, play tennis, and ride

I like to swim, Playing tennis, and ride

Volpone

The Jew of malta

The Merchant of Venice

King lear

the study of carts

the science of carving

the study of drawing cartoons

the process of making maps

may have been

can have been

might have been

could have

latent

active

sluggish

torpid

order

calm

commotion

peace

Shoplift

To shoplifting

Shoplifter

Shoplifting

Had he not

He had

Has he

If he has not

The children were delighted by thehe monkey's swinging through th trees.

Swinging of the monkeys through the tree, th children were delighted.

The monkeys swinging through the trees, the children were delighted.

Because of monkey's swinging through the trees, the children were delighted.

Due to

Although

Despite of

In spite of

conclusive

indefinite

definite

timely

Where, to, for

When, for, such

Why, with, in

Why, to, of

put down, slow

brought down, carelessly

took away, now

hit over, powerfully

the stars of the milky way

the waves

the trees

the milky way

Fortunately I could get into the next bus.

Fortunately I managed the next bus.

Luckily I entered the next bus.

Luckily I rode the next bus.

moveable

durable

agreeable

answerable

closure, effect

closures, effects

closures, affects

closures, affect

irreverent

respectful

rigid

frivolous

to, expectation

for, desire

at, wishing

for, hopping

prefer, to

like, to

prefer, for

buy, in

sy, cheif, pollution

consider, primary, scarcity

think, main, pollution

count, only, filth

metaphor

simile

metronymy

synecdoche

Neither the students nor thier teacher were present

Neither the student nor his teacher were present

Neither the students nor their teacher was present

Neither the students or their teachers were present

have bough, have not sold

bought, did not sell

bought, sold

bought, have not sold

Question 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43 are based on the following reading.

There are some qualities of a sonnet which make it different from other verse forms. Its definite restrictions make it a challenge to the artistry of the poet and call for all the Technic skills at the poet’s command. The more or less set rhyme patterns occurring regularly within the short space of fourteen lines afford a pleasant effect:on the ear of the reader, and can create truly musical effects. The rigidity of the form precludes too great economy or too great prodigality of. words. Emphasis is placed on exactness and perfection of expression. The brevity of form favours concentrated
expression of ideas or passion.

identify the characteristic of a sonnet

contract different types of sonnets

criticize the limitations of the sonnet

teach readers to compose proper sonnet

exaggerate

charge

able to pay

provide

strong disapprobation

effusive enthusiasm

scholarly appreciation

amused toleration

rigor

rigid

rigorous

rigidness

shrtness

freedome

conciseness

permanence

form

regularity rhyme patterns

suitable words

verse form

Question 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 are based on the following reading.

The engraver, painter and point William Blake (1757-1827) was one of the most extraordinary figures of the Romantic period. AS child he claimed to have seen a tree filled with angels, ‘bespangling every bough like stars’. Blake went on to develop an intensely person art which drew upon a range of literary, mythical and biblical sources to expound a unique and mysterious vision. Borne  in London, Blake was first apprenticed to an engraver. And next. Blake made studies of London churches before studying briefly at the Royal Academy Schools. Here, however he was not interested  in painting in oil, neither was he concerned with the academic  work of sir Joshu Reynolds or what the academy stood for. A supporter of the French and the American revolutions, Blake turned his back on organized religion, believing that only artists were in touch with divine inspiration. In every Way, Blake was and archetypal Romantic — individualistic, solitary, and out of step with the rational thinking that had become so influential in the second part of the 18th century. Imagination and creative process were & what interested him; his art was  means to express the very intense nature of his revelatory experiences.

Black had a strange way of life

Black had diverse interest

Black studenties an extrordinary form of art

Black was a solitary man

he was often drugged

he was in love with nature

he was a visionary

angels were in the paintings

He did not believe in God and religion

For Black religion was a matter of inner feeling

He believed religion was determined by the chruch

Blake was a strict follower of the English chriush

most typical

common

extraordianry

out of the way

lag behind

fed up

devoid of

not conforming

visual

religious

troubled

highly subjective

romnaticism

intense love for nature

reason and logic

love for religion

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