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সালঃ 2007

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Off gone Reba in the twinkling of an eye

Off went Reba in the twinkling of an eye

Off goes Reba in the twinkling of eye

Off go Reba in the twinkling of the eye

Idle people are not of our linking

Idle people are not liked by us

Idle people are not like us

We are not liked by idle people

given forth

get off

give in

fall in

I would be going to the airport

I would have gone to the airport

I had gone to the airport

I would go to the airport

environment

economy

atmosphere

demography

inflemmation

inflametion

inflammation

inflemation

after, in

about, at

at, by

for, with

disscussion

discussion

disscusuion

discusion

Credit it with my account

Credit it in to my account

Credit it at my account

Credit it in my account

himself

he

his

him

Brazil has won world cup four times.

Brazil has won the world cup four times.

Brazil has won the world cup four time.

Brazil have won the world cup four times.

loose

lose

loss

less

be amazed

be ready

be successful

be wary

affected

interesting

kind

conspicuous

because of

due

including

despite

very

to

too

enough

What has been done can not be undid

What have been done can not be undid

What is done cannot be undone

What was done cannot become done again

Question 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 are based on the following reading.

As books go digital, new questions, both philosophical and commercial arise. How, physically, will people read books in future? Will technology 'unbind' books, as it has unbundled other media, such c. as music albums? Will reading habits change as a result? Change is least likely in the physical medium of books. Electronic books do exist, but they cannot and will not replace the print book. Perhaps some people will read electronic books if only to 'taste' them, but most of us will continue to buy them in paper; form or borrow them from a library. For sure, fiction will never'. find a better medium than the physical book. Readers immersed in a storyline want above all not to be interrupted and want to read novels in an unhurried way. And, of course, they will continue to read print books for the sheer pleasure of owning them and for leisurely reading.

an adjective

an adverb

a participle

a gerun

outline

plot

summary

digest

engrossed

absorbed

captivated

aloof

an adjective

an adverb

a gerund

a participle

unwholesome

beneficial

unprofitable

financial

become

depart

sets off

leaves

Books Go Digital

The Future of Print Books

Changing Reading Habits

Reading Ficition Leisurely

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