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২২ মার্চ, ২০১৯ ০০:০০ | পড়া যাবে ৫ মিনিটে



ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয় পত্র

Grammar

1.         Use appropriate sentence connectors in the blank spaces of the following text.                     .5×10=5

            Happiness is a relative term. (a) _ , it depends upon some factor. (b) _ , contentment is the key to happiness. Contentment varies from person to person. (c) _ , a beggar may be contented with only ten taka. (d) _ , a wealthy person may be unsatisfied even after getting one million taka. (e) _ , it is said that contentment brings happiness. (f) _ , we must learn to be contented with what we have. (g) _ , this learning is the simplest way to remain happy. (h) _ , we must remember that our life is short and in this short life, we cannot get everything what we want. If we want everything, we will not get happiness. (i) _ , we will get frustrated wand we will plunge into the world of sadness. (j) _ , it is always better to be contented with what we have than to live in eternal sadness.

 

2.         Read the following passage and then write the antonym or synonym of the words as directed below.            .5×10=5

            In the primitive age, communications took place between humans through signs and gestures. As humans began to use their vocal chords, these silent gestures were no longer used as the primary means of communication. But they did not completely disappear. The evolved as a form of art, used to entertain thousands and came to be known as ‘mine’. Mime touched a little boy’s heart while he was watching a performance in his village. He was so fascinated by the show that he was determined to master this art. He is no other than Partha Pratim Mojumder, who won the world’s highest award in mine - Moliere Award.

            (a) Primitive (synonym); (b) Human (antonym); (c) began (synonym); (d) used (antonym); (e) completely (synonym); (f) disappear (antonym); (g) entertain (synonym); (h) touched (antonym); (i) fascinated (synonym); (j) award (synonym).

 

3.         There are ten errors in the use of punctuation marks in the following text. Rewrite the text correcting the errors.            .5×10=5

            Amin : Hello, Habib howre you?

            Habib : Fine, Thanks and you?

            Amin : Im fine too. What about your preparation for the coming HSC Exam?

            Habib : Well, I’m going on well with my studies. But I’m worried about my exam.

            Amin : Its all the same about me too. But tell me about your model tests of all subjects.

            Habib : Model tests of all the subjects are frequently being taken in our college to ensure proper preparation.

            Amin : Are you working with the test papers

            Habib : Yes.

            Amin : Very good. Youre well on your preparation I see I must start working with the test papers. What do you think?

            Habib : Yes. I think it’ll be helpful for your preparation wish you best of luck.

            Amin : You are most welcome.

 

Answer Sheet

1.         (a) So/Therefore; (b) In fact/ In the true sense; (c) For example /For an instance; (d) On the contrary/ On the other hand/ But; (e) So/For this reason/This is why; (f) Hence; (g) In fact; (h) In this case/ In this respect; (i) Naturally/ It is used that; (j) Therefore.

2.         (a) ancient; (b) nonhumans/ animals; (c) started; (d) unused; (e) entirely; (f) appear; (g) amuse; (h) distracted; (i) captivated; (j) prize.

3.         Amin : Hello, Habib, how’re you?

            Habib : Fine, thanks and you?

            Amin : I’m fine too. What about your preparation for the coming HSC Exam?

            Habib : Well, I’m going on well with my studies. But I’m worried about my exam.

            Amin : It’s all the same about me too. But tell me about your model tests of all subjects.

            Habib : Model tests of all the subjects are frequently being taken in our college to ensure proper preparation.

            Amin : Are you working with the test papers?

            Habib : Yes.

            Amin : Very good. You’re well on your preparation, I see. I must start working with the test papers. What do you think?

            Habib : Yes. I think it’ll be helpful for your preparation. Wish you best of luck.

            Amin : You are most welcome.

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