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সালঃ 2009

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Other kings

The speaker

The traveller

Ozymandis himself

a valuable object

diagrement

an attractive object

object of dispute

it is very cold this year

It is a very cold year

Much cold has fallen this year

It is so cold this year

to help

to stay

to shake hands

to extend one's hand

weren.t they?

didn't they?

isn't it?

wasn't it?

irressitible

irresistable

iresistable

iresistable

he has left the country for his own good

he has left the country for his own good

he has left country for foreign permanently

he wants to buy good things

she saw the tears in his eyes

she saw the shine in his eyes

she could see the defects in his eyes

she could read his character well

started, show

shone, laughter

grow, row

stretched, line

has no ambitin

hates ambitin

gives up ambitin

who is ambitions

fast day

quiet day

finishing day

hurriedly passing day

a metaphor

an allegory

a simile

a symbol

Chapman's tranlation of Homer

Chapman's idea of Hommre

Chapman's understanding of Homer

Chapman's biography of Homer

Macbeth

Hamlet

Lear

Antigone

He wants the job but wants some time before deciding

He is thankful to the Gevernment , but declines the offer

He wants the Government to change the terms and condition

He does not wants the job

Lutfar approbves of Farida's friends

Lutfar disapproves of Farida's friends

Lutfar is unconcerned about Farida's friends

None of the three

disagreeable

irreverent

imperinet

inappropriate

Taciturn

Garrulous

Equivocal

Arrogant

enfranchised, rejected

free, fettered

enthralled, tied

conventional, encumbered

aid

said

spade

weighed

adjective

adverb

verb

noun

atmosphere

deforetation

pollution

environment

not to be angry

impatient

morose

exhaused

existence of God

semantics

appreciation of beauty

hedonism

he and me

him and me

him and I to leave

he and I so leave

she will perform better

she had performed better

she would have performed better

she might have perform better

stand up

will work

insult some

take a firm stand

will be working

will work

will have worked

am working

pretentious, harmful

reprehensible,praiseworthy

acrimony,animosity

epidemic, widespread

Question 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43 are based on the following reading.

As a child I used to consider gardening a boring chore just for grown-ups’ even though I did love being in gardens myself playing and walking, touching and sniffing. Over the years, I have’ gleaned how to the noun ‘garden’ into the verb ‘to garden’, As I have moved jobs and houses. I’ve temporarily taken over small town patches, suburban yards and overgrown cottage gardens. I’ve looked through seed catalogues and borrowed tools. I’ve had some 'success, made loads of mistakes and am still learning a lot. Now as I look out of my window with great pleasure into the country :garden below, I see the primroses that have done well and the  weeds that I should do something about!

pireces of land

huts

covering

shabby places

the graden should be cleared off weeds

the weeds have to be watered

the weeds should be pruned

the weeds should be looked be looked after

gross erros

number of mistakes

many mistakes

grave mistakes

with the passage of time

after a few years

when the years ended

beyond the years

The writer's attitude towards gardening remained unchanged

The writer never took any interst in gardening

The writer became interested in gardening

The writer decided to do gardening

finished

grown

properly made

smelt

wasteful effort

absorbing thought

tiresome job

an interesting work

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

The nineteenth-century French critic Sainte-Beuve believed that to understand a writer it was necessary to know as much as possible about the exterior man, the details of his life. It is a beguiling  method, using the man to illuminate the work. It might ‘seem:unassailable. But Proust is able very convincingly to pick it apart.This method of Sainte-Beuve, Proust writes, "ignores what a very slight degree of self-acquaintance teaches us: that a book is the product of a different self from the self we manifest in our habits, in our social life, in our vices...Those words of Proust should be? with us whenever we are reading the biography of a writer or the. biography. of anyone who depends on what can be called: inspiration. All the details of the life and the quirks and friendships:can be laid out for us, but the mystery of the writing will remain.:No amount of documentation, however fascinating, can take us:there. The biography of a writer - or even the autobiography- will:always have this incompleteness.

deceptive

attractive

clever

foolish

the particular writer under study

Sainte -Bauve

the critic

the characteristic of Human beings

foolish behaviour

vices

foolish jokes

idiosyncrasies

to tak it up a again

to prove it wrong

to separate

to differentiate

we should remember what Proust said

we should read what Proust wrote

the words of Proust are indisputable

we must take Proust as our guide

Sainte - Bauve

neither Proust nor Sainte -Bauve

Proust

both the criteies

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