1. A : There is (a) — proverb ‘Time and tide wait for none’. Why is it said you think?
B : Really time does not wait for (b) — anybody. It goes on and on.
A : So, we should do our works timely.
B : Right. (c) — active person does not put off his work for (d) — tomorrow.
A : But (e) — inactive person does so.
B : This is why he cannot complete his works and lags behind in life.
A : We should do this practice at home and in (f) — school.
B : At (g) — beginning of the year, we must be very regular in our works.
A : And we must set (h) — definite target to reach there.
B : Yes, I do agree with you.
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A : Why it is said that English is (a) — international language?
B : As (b) — people whose mother language is not English also use English today.
A : Today English not (c) — language of (d) — English only. It has become a common language of the world.
B : So, it is also called (e) — global language also.
A : Exactly. If you know English, you can go (f) — anywhere in the world.
B : This is why (g) — government of Bangladesh has given much importance to it.
A : It’s (h) — timely step, I think.
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(c) the (d) the
(e) a (f) × (g) the
A : (a) — moon has been (b) — fascinating figure to all kinds of humans.
B : Yes, but it has (c) — special appeal to those who write poems. They write poems on it.
A : Think of (d) — moonlit night. Who does not like it?
B : Everybody likes it but (e) — poets like it more.
A : Man had planned for (f) — long to set his foot on (g) — moon.
B : Yes, it was his dream.
A : And that dream became successful on 20 July 1969.
B : On this day (h) — impossible thing was made possible.
A : Exactly.
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