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সালঃ 2016

B ইউনিট


Bi- lateral

Antenatal

Ex-minster

Extraterrestrial

Democratic

Dispensary

Adversary

Stoppage

Departure

Arrived

Aperture

Descend

Hateful

Loyalty

Silenty

Benevolent

cold will cold

catch

catch by cold

caught cold

up, to

up, from

down, on

down, from

Ancient

Medieval

Barren

Permanent

Facility

Austerity

Unneccessary

Necessity

say

siad

saying

None of the above

How does, look like

What's it like, would be

What does, look like

What's it like , look alike

Antenatal

Antibiotic

Ahistorical

Deform

Ineractive

Transnational

Extraordinary

Misinform

make

makes

making

made

Regret

Restitute

Respite

Respect

Incite

Insist

Release

Pacify

Question 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 are based on the following reading.

Tereshkova (1937) was born in the village Maslennikovo, Tutayevsky District, in central Russia.Tereshkova’s father was a tractor driver and her mother worked in a textile plant. Tereshkova began school in - 1945 at the age of eight but left school in 1953 and &continued her education through distance learning. She became interested in parachuting from a young age, and ‘trained in skydiving at the local Aeroclub, making her first jump at age 22 on 21 May 1959. At that time she &  was employed as a textile worker in a local factory. It, was her expertise in skydiving that led to her selection as a cosmonaut. After the flight of Yuri Gagarin (the first human being to travel to outer space in 1961), the Soviet  Union decided to send a woman in space. On 168 February 1962, Tereshkova was selected for this project from among more than four hundred applicants.Tereshkova underwent a series of training that included  weightlessness flights, rocket theory, space craft engineering, parachute jumps and pilot training in MIG- ISUTI fighters. Since the successful launch of the space craft ~Vostok-5 on 14 June 1963, Tereshkova began preparing for her own flight. On the morning of 16 June 1963, Tereshkova and her back-up cosmonaut Solovyova were dressed in space suits and taken to the Space shuttle launch pad by a bus. After completing her & communication and life support checks, she was. sealed inside Vostok-6. Finishing a two-hour countdown, & Vostok-6 launched faultlessly.

Afghanistan

Ukrain

Russia

Mecedonea

University

Local Aeroclub

Distance learning

Local school

1956

1945

1962

1963

Early education at school

Many skydivers from the area

Yuri Gagarin

Competing with many applicants

Vostok-5

Naslenikovo

Mig- 15UTI

Appolo

Question 36 are based on the following reading.

l am in a tiny steel cage attached to a motor cycle, stuttering  & through traffic in Dhaka. In the last ten minutes we have  moved forward may be three feet, inch by inch. Up ahead, the traffic is jammed so close together that pedestrians are climbing over pickup trucks and through empty rickshaws  to cross the street. Two rows to my left is an ambulance, blue lights spinning uselessly. This is what the streets here  look like from seven O’clock in the morning until ten O'clock at night. If you are rich, you experience it from the back seat of a car. If you are poor, you are in a rickshaw,  breathing in the exhaust. I am sitting in the back of a CNG, a three wheeled motor cycle shaped like a slice of pie and covered with scrap metal. I am here working on a human .Tights project, but whenever I ask people in Dhaka what they think international organizations ‘should really be working on, they tell me about the traffic. Alleviating traffic Congestion is one of the major development challenges of ‘our time. Half the world’s population already lives in cities, and the United Nation estimates that the proportion will rise ‘to 70% by 2050. Dhaka, the world’s densest and fastest growing city, is a case study in how this problem got so bad and why it’s so difficult to solve.

bus

cage

CNG

Slice of a pie

Question 37 are based on the following reading.

l am in a tiny steel cage attached to a motor cycle, stuttering  & through traffic in Dhaka. In the last ten minutes we have  moved forward may be three feet, inch by inch. Up ahead, the traffic is jammed so close together that pedestrians are climbing over pickup trucks and through empty rickshaws  to cross the street. Two rows to my left is an ambulance, blue lights spinning uselessly. This is what the streets here  look like from seven O’clock in the morning until ten O'clock at night. If you are rich, you experience it from the back seat of a car. If you are poor, you are in a rickshaw,  breathing in the exhaust. I am sitting in the back of a CNG, a three wheeled motor cycle shaped like a slice of pie and covered with scrap metal. I am here working on a human .Tights project, but whenever I ask people in Dhaka what they think international organizations ‘should really be working on, they tell me about the traffic. Alleviating traffic Congestion is one of the major development challenges of ‘our time. Half the world’s population already lives in cities, and the United Nation estimates that the proportion will rise ‘to 70% by 2050. Dhaka, the world’s densest and fastest growing city, is a case study in how this problem got so bad and why it’s so difficult to solve.

bus

cage

CNG

Slice of a pie

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

l am in a tiny steel cage attached to a motor cycle, stuttering  & through traffic in Dhaka. In the last ten minutes we have  moved forward may be three feet, inch by inch. Up ahead, the traffic is jammed so close together that pedestrians are climbing over pickup trucks and through empty rickshaws  to cross the street. Two rows to my left is an ambulance, blue lights spinning uselessly. This is what the streets here  look like from seven O’clock in the morning until ten O'clock at night. If you are rich, you experience it from the back seat of a car. If you are poor, you are in a rickshaw,  breathing in the exhaust. I am sitting in the back of a CNG, a three wheeled motor cycle shaped like a slice of pie and covered with scrap metal. I am here working on a human .Tights project, but whenever I ask people in Dhaka what they think international organizations ‘should really be working on, they tell me about the traffic. Alleviating traffic Congestion is one of the major development challenges of ‘our time. Half the world’s population already lives in cities, and the United Nation estimates that the proportion will rise ‘to 70% by 2050. Dhaka, the world’s densest and fastest growing city, is a case study in how this problem got so bad and why it’s so difficult to solve.

bus

cage

CNG

Slice of a pie

Traffic police

Traffic Rules

Traffic Mangement

Traffic Congestion

rich man

poor man

human Rights Worker

Executive Director of an NGO

Beautification of Dhaka

Freeing the stress of Dhaka

Climate issues

Poverty allevation

I agree

I partially agree

This may be the case in future

Answer is not provided

Question 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47 are based on the following reading.

A vast mangrove forest shared by Bangladesh and & India that is home to possibly five hundred Bengal Tigers is being rapidly destroyed by erosion, rising sea level and storm-surges, according to a major study by researchers at the Zoological Society of .London and others. The Sundarbans forest took the: brunt of super cyclone Sidr in 2007, but new satellite  studies show that 71% of the forested coastline is retreating by as much as 200 meters a year. If erosion continues at this pace, already threatened  tiger populations living in the forest will be put at & risk.The Sundarbans is known for vanishing islands out the scientist said the current retreat of the mangrove forest on the southern coastline is not normal. The causes for increasing coast line retreat,other than direct anthropogenic ones, include nereased frequency of storm—surges and other extreme natural.events’, said Pettorelli, a member of .oological Society of London. Our results indicate a pidly retreating coastline that cannot be accounted  by the regular dynamics of the Sundarbans. Jegradation is happening fast, weakening this natural shield for India and Bangladesh.

Rising sea level

Protecting sidr

Biodiversity

Mangrove forest

World Bank

UNESCO

Zoological Society of London

Activist researchers

A unique forestry

Ecology threat

Decreasing number of tigers

Usefulness of the Sundarbans

I agree

I disagree

May be

None of the above

Tourist area

Scenic beauty

Natural shiled

Research spot

RightAns: 0 | WrongAns: 0 | Result: 0/0