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সালঃ 2013

B5-ইউনিট


growing, unquestioned

endangered, intact

pervasive, disputed

rife, suspect

Question 7, 8, 9 and 10 are based on the following reading.

There are not many places that I find it more agreeable to revisit when in an idle mood, than some places which I have never been. For, my acquaintance with those spots is of such long standing, and has ripened into an intimacy of so affectionate a nature, that | take a particular interest in assuring myself that they are unchanged. | never was in Robinson Crusoe’s Island, yet I frequently rectum there. | was never in the robbers’ cave, where Gil Alas lived, but I often go back there and find the trap-door just as heavy to raise as it used to be. | was never in Don Quixote’s study, where he read his books of chivalry until he rose and hacked at imaginary giants, yet you couldn't move a book in it without my knowledge.

Robinson Crusoe’s

Nile

Gil Blas

Robbers’Cave

The author can associate her more with places narrated in the adventurous books than some places that she actually visited.

The author may prefer Dhaka over Cox’s Bazar.

The author loves to travel around the whole world.

The author prefers to travel only in idle mood.

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