জগন্নাথ বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়

সালঃ 2005

খ ইউনিট


to look after carefully

to bear ill will

to be ready to admire

to be reluctant

to make a fortune

to be a dreamer

to work selflessly

to work on a massie scale

there

himself

his

their

alert

passive

reluctant

depressed

no word or phrase needed

against

again

once again

carefully

attendence

curiosity

criticized

have seen

saw

have saw

see

trying to

had tried

to have tried

to trying

because

but also

because of

not only

no article

an

the

a

Go will you to the park?

Will go you to the park?

You go will to the park?

Will you go to the park?

dimansion

dimension

dymension

dimention

to

from

in

with

successful

succesfool

sucessful

succesful

native

distant

foreign

locale

deep

indifferent

artificial

sufficient

I am shocked at what is going on, nonetheless, I will continue to work here.

I am shocked at what is going on nonetheless, I will continue to work here.

I am shocked at what is going on nonetheless I will continue to work here.

I am shocked at what is going on nonetheless, I will continue to work here.

He said to me that I am going to be unreliable

He told me that I was always unreliable

He told me that I had been always unreliable

He told me that I would be always unreliable

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

Men are the cleverest and most dangerous animals on earth 1 Rats come second. Men kill their enemies. They have kill 6 millions of men since ancient times— but rats have killed hundred of millions of men. Rats carry diseases. Black rats carry fleas, and these fleas give men bubonic plague. Bubonic plague still kiln thousands of Asians and Africans today— as it killed millions of Europeans in the past, until brown rats came to Europe and pushed the black rats out. There is no plague in Europe today. but brown rats carry thirty-five diseases-- typhus for example. Typhus has killed 200 million people in the last 400 years. Rats are dangerous. they not only carry diseases into men's homes, the∎ also take men's food. They eat 33 million tons of grain every year. That is enough grain to feed 200 million people— so men die of hunger'. because rats eat their food: Rats are clever, too. They have good leaders. Men try to poison them, but if their leader tell them that; food is dangerous they do not eat it. So our cities and villages are full of rats. We can go to the moon, but we cannot kill this dangerous enemy, Why? Is it because we are not clean?


killed

kills

is killing

has killed

know when food has got poison in it

have good leaders and tell them what to do

eat food that is dangerous

kill men who try to kill them

more clever

cleverer

clever

cleverest

they got plague in the Middle Ages

they live in America, Asia and Africa now

men killed them all with diseases

brown rate took their place

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