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The train is starting

The train is about to start

The train is going to start

The train will start quickly

He has refused our invitaion

He has denied our invitaion

He did not accept our invitaion

both A & B Translate the following sentence into Bengali

বীরভোগ্যা বসুন্ধরা

সুন্দরী মেয়েরা বীরপুরুষদে স্বামিত্ব বরণ করে

বীরের সুন্দরী মেয়েদের স্বামী হয়

কোনোটিই নয়।

truely

truly

truelly

trully

Resturent

Restaurent

Restaurant

Resturant

a command

an advice

a request

a threat

Byron

T.S.Eliot

Wordswoth

Nazrul

William Wordsworth

Jonathan Swift

John Milton

John Dryden

Walk fast lest you should miss the train.

Walk fast lest you miss the train.

Walk fast lest you will the train

None of these.

Neither be nor his friends is responsible for the crime

Neither he nor his friends are responsible for the crime.

Neither his friends nor he is responsible for the crime.

Both A & B

I let him to go there.

I let him go there.

I let him going there.

Both A & B

He told me that where did I go yesterday.

He told me that where had you gone the previous day?

He asked me where I had gone the previous day.

He asked me if I had gone the previous day.

Why do not you finish the exercises on time?

Why do not they finish the exercises on time?

Why are not you finish the exercises on time

Why are not you finishing the exercises on time

A nice house is built by them in Dhaka.

A nice house has been built by them, in Dhaka.

In Dhaka has been built a nice house by them.

None of the above.

All the good qualities are embodied by teacher.

All the good qualities are embodied in my teacher.

All the good Qualities are embodied to my teacher.

All the good qualities are embodied on my teacher.

If had more money, I would have been able to get a flat.

If I had more more. I would have been able to get a flat.

If had got more money, I would have been able to get a flat.

Both A & C

Unless you work hard. you will not have succeeded.

Unless you work hard, you will not have succeeded.

Unless you work hard, you will not succeed.

Unless you work hard. you will not succeed.

with , on

to, with

with, about

both A & C

no prepostion

form

in

non of the above

Though he made efforts, he failed.

He made efforts and he failed.

He made efforts but he failed

He has made efforts but failed.

a noun clause

an adjective clause

an adverbial clause

none of them.

a gerund

a verbal noun

a participle

an adjective

have a sound sleep

devil's advocate

a handsome fellow

wish you a good trip

eats away

eats up

eats into

eats out

look of anger

look for fear

look of surprise

look of delight.

idle

ideal

passive

inert

dismissness

dismissal

mismissing

dimissary

entice

provided

anxiety

concern

ardour

compassion

anxiety

concertn

hope

expect

wait for

get

needn't have done

couldn't have done

can't have done

wouldn't have done.

Although many people

Many people

Many people who

In spite of many people

oversee

overtake

overdo

overlook

nayseating

nauseous

nauseated

both A & B

pass

have passed

be passed

had passed

drowned

is drowned

was drowned

none of them.

copying in the examination

to copy in the examination

copy in the examination.

none of them.

teachnology

environment

smile

gesture

testing

to test

tested

tasted

Birds shout at down

Birds cry at dawn

Birds twitter at dawn

Birds sing at dawn

Money is the root of all evils

It is the money that undoes everthing

Money is he chief cause of all evils

Money leads us to nonsence

আমি কোনো সময় কাজটি করিনি

আমি কাজটি সমাধা করি নাই

আমি কাজটি সমাধা করেছি

কোনোটিই না

enclyopodia

eneyclopidia

encylopidia

encyclopedia

commity

committee

commette

comittee

a regret

a request

and advice

a threat

The Tempest

Hamlet

As you like it

Paradise Lost

Shakespeare

Wordsworth

Keats

Eliot

That shirt which he bought was blue

The shirt that which he bought were blue

Which shirt he bought was blue

The shirt which he bought was blue

Rich is not always happy

The rich is not always happy

The rich is not happy always

The rich are not always happy

I don't like to discuss about politics

I don't like to discuss politics

I don't like discuss politics

I don't like discussing in politics

He addressed Anwar to help him please

He requested Answer to help him

He asked Answer to help him

He ordered Answer to help him

He is known by nobody here

Nobody is know to him here

He is not known here

He is know to nobody here

We should take care of one's healh

One should take care of one's health

We should take care of ours health

We must take care of our health

He washed his hands by me

He was made to wash his hands by me

He was made wash his hands by me

I made his hands washed by him

If you work sincerely, you will prosper in life

If you work sincerely you will prosper in life

You will prosper in life if you work sincerely

Both A & C

If you drive one the wrong side, there is an accident

If you drive on the wrong side, there may be an accident

If you drive on the wrong side, there has been an accidnt

If you drive on the wrong side, there had been an accident

since

for

during

none of them

to, at

for, to

in, to

to, to

The work is too difficult to do it

The work is very difficult for him to do it

The work is too difficult for him to do it

As the work is difficult, he cannot do it

a noun phrase

an adjective phrase

a verb phrase

an adverbial phrase

a gerund

a noun

participle

none of them

a musical instrument

a well-planned programme

a noisy activity

a musical drama

bear up with

bear with

put up with

none of there

a snake in the grass

a snake in the sand

a smiling villain

none of there

find

clean

repair

dig

despise

glorify

paeify

noble

that to refuse

as to refuse

as refusing

for refusing

birds have warm blood

birds had warm blood

birds would have warm blood

birds has warm blood

hadn't

didn't

didn't have

haven't

wouldn't have driving

hadn't been driving

had not driven

wouldn't drive

burnt

had burnt

was burnt

none of the above

ceonomical

economic

economizing

none of them

finish

will have finished

will finish

were finished

are

was

has

were

read

be reading

have read

have been reading

self-support

selft-supporting

self-supported

none

than he had come

than he came

when he came

when he had come

foolish

foolen

enfool

fool

Question 91, 92, 93, 94 and 95 are based on the following reading.

Before  Helen Keller was two years old, she lost her sight and her hearing. She lived in a world of confusion until the arrival of Anne Mansfield Sullivan, the woman who was to change Helen's life. On March 3, 1887, Miss Sullivan arrived at the Keller home. It was three months before Helen's seventh birthday. Miss Sullivan worked closely with her new student. At times , the teacher became frustrated. Eventually, Miss Sullivan's effort were rewarded. The deaf and blind Helen Keller learned to communicate verbally.

7 years old

3 years old

2 years old

6 years old

Helen was able to teach other blind children

Helen learned to speak

Helen's sight was restored

Helen's hearing was rewarded?

participle

noun

adjective

verb

she was hurt

she was depressed

she was happy

she became absent- minded

clarity

order

Chaos

peace

Question 96, 97, 98, 99 and 100 are based on the following reading.

Strange spaces of silence seem to separate one period of activity from another. There was Sapho and a little group of women all writing poetry on a Greek Island before the birth of Christ. A long silence followed. then about the year 1000 we find a certain court lady writing a very long and beautiful novel in Japan. But in England in the sixteenth century, when the dramatists and poets were most active, the women, were dumb. Elizabethan literature is exclusively masculine. Then at the end of the eighteenth century and in the beginning of the nineteenth century, we find women again writing -- this time in England -- with extraordinary frequency and success.

noiseless

writing

general activity

peace

unknown

famous

unspecified

little known

verb

adjective

adverb

noun

remained indoor

did not write anything

gently

inability to speak

of brave people

of male writers

very strong

manly

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