শাহজালাল বিজ্ঞান ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়

সালঃ 2012

A ইউনিট


Dialogue

Monologue

Prologue

Epilogue

Catalog.

Metaphor

Simile

Exaggeration

Personification

Isomer

Call out

call on

Call in

Call upon

Call for.

He requested that he might be allowed to come in

He told that he may be permitted to come in

He asked that I might be allowed to come in

He pleased for to come in

He requested that he may be allowed to come in.

I await for your decision

I wait your decision

I await your decision

I wait to your decision

I await upon your decision .

The teacher said to the boys , Never say, ' I can't '

The teacher said to the boys , "Never say, I can't ".

The teacher said the boys, "Never say, 'I can't ' .

The teacher said to the boys , 'Never say, I can't ."

The teacher said to the boys, 'Never say; 'I can't '' .

Adjective

Adverb

Noun

Verb

Preposition

Monir told that he shall write a letter.

Monir said that he would write a letter .

Monir said that he should write a letter .

Monir said that he must write a letter .

Monir said that he had to write a letter .

IIIative adjective

Possessive adjective

Classifying adjective

Emphasizing adjective

Numerical Adjective

When Rahmat had come to Kolkata form Afghanistan, he had brought with him the impression of her little daughter Rabeya's palm on a piece of paper .

When coming from Afghanistan to Kolkata, Rahmat brought an impression of her little daughter Rabeya's palm on a piece of paper.

When Rahmat come to kolkata from Afghanista, he brought with him one paper which contained the impression of her little daughter, Rabeya.

At the time of coming to Kolkata form Afghanistan, Rahmat brought a piece of paper with Rabeya's palm impression on it

A the time of coming to Kolkata form Afghanistan , Rahmat brought Rabeya's palm impression on a piece of paper .

Close relations

Eye contact

Avoided coming near

Excessive interest

Spacious room .

He was afraid lest he would fail.

He was afraid left he failed .

He was afraid lest he will fail.

He was afraid lest he can fail.

He was afraid lest he should fail.

Which colour are your eyes?

What colour are your eyes?

Which is the colour of your eyes?

What are the colour of your eyes?

Which is your eyes' colour?

Apt

Irrelevant

Proposal

Suitable

Felicitous

Question 17, 18, 19 and 20 are based on the following reading.

 In ragged half -torn shorts, the boy looked hardly eight. He must have been quite fair but layers of dirt and grime had turned his skin almost dark brown. ___ how many square meals a  day? None. A slice of bread bought with begged money, some leftover rice from hospital attendants, was all that he lived on. The well of human kindness in Zayed swelled up. What a pity! A little boy unloved, underfed, left on the streets to fend for himself. 

A dirty man

A bin where dirt are collected

a grim situation

Covered with dirt

Affected due to a disaster

A full meal

Half meal

Heavy meal

A large and satisfying meal

A meal with vegetables and meats .

Extra rice

Enough rice

Rice which is left by others

Overeating rice

Rotten rice

To become larger

Getting swelled

Looking up

Boosted

Injured

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