Fill in the blanks with the following words. You may need to change the forms of some of the words. You may to use the same word more than once.
1. Provide, mean, trouble, footpath, responsibility, responsible, discharging, society, responsibilities, accept.
Responsibility (a) ¾ a duty or an obligation to do something and not to do something. It is our (b) ¾ to take care of our parents in their old age, to attend school and pursue studies properly. We have some responsibilities to (c) ¾ and the government. When we help our neigbours in their (d) ¾ time it means we are doing our social responsibility. Casting vote is our (e) ¾ towards the government. We must not steal books from the library. We should not create problems for the passers-by putting our building materials on the (f) ¾ . It is the responsibility of the government to (g) ¾ food, clothing, shelter, education and medical care. Protecting the fundamental rights of its citizens to freedom of speech and expression, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, equality of all before law are the (h) ¾ of the government. The knowledge, skills and attitudes we gain at home, schools and in society help us (i) ¾ our responsibilities. (j) ¾ responsibilities is good for us, for our family and friends and for our society and country.
2. Sophisticated, creative, popular, literature, talent, prove, exposure, bank, aspire, appreciate.
Michael Madhusudan Dutt was a (a ) ¾ 19th century Bengali poet and dramatist. He was born in Sagrodari on the (b) ¾ of the Kopotaksho River. Dutt (c) ¾ to be an Englishman in form and manner from his early age. He was born in a (d) ¾ Hindu family but took Christianity as a young man. His teachers discovered precious (e) ¾ in him. His early (f) ¾ to English education and European literature at home and his college inspired him to imitate the English in taste, manners and intellect. He believed that his society was unable to (g) ¾ his talent because of his birth on the wrong side of the planet. He also believed that the west would appreciate his (h) ¾ genius. So, he went to Europe and started composing poetry and drama almost entirely in English. They (i) ¾ his higher level of intellectual ability. But he found that he was not regarded as a native writer of English (j) ¾ .
3. The, for, appetite, an, or, Excess, of, effect, commonly, problems.
Obesity is a medical condition caused by (a) ¾ body fat. The increase of body fat has an (b) ¾ on human health. Obesity increases (c) ¾ likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart disease., diabetes, certain types of cancer etc. obesity most (d) ¾ occurs due to a combination of excessive dietary calories, lack of physical activity and genetic factors. The primary treatment (e) ¾ obesity is dieting and physical exercises. To supplement this, anti-obesity drugs may be taken to reduce (f) ¾ or reduce fat consumption. In severe cases, surgery is performed to reduce stomach volume (g) ¾ bowel length. Obesity is a leading preventable cause (h) ¾ death worldwide. Authorities view it as one of the most serious public health (i) ¾ of the 21st century. Obesity is considered as (j) ¾ illness in much of the modern world.
(a) excess, (b) effect, (c) the
(d) commonly, (e) for, (f) appetite
(g) or, (h) of, (i) problems, (j) an
5. For, of, with, small, there, in that, where to, without.
A young man wanted to avoid the practical problems (a)-----------life and went to a jungle to live there. He made a (b)------- hut and began living there happily. But soon he discovered some mice (c)------. They made some holes (d)------ his blanket and he brought a cat to kill the mice. Then he had (e)------ bring a cat, cow, cowboy, and wife. (f)----- means, he had to develop there a family again. Man cannot live (g)------ food, shelter, companions and cooperation. He has to live in a family and society to satisfy his needs and lead a normal life. Definitely, there lies a great learning (h)---us. The learning is (i)---------there is life, there is problem. We must live (j)-------some problems.
Answers : (a) of (b) small (c) there (d) in (e) to (f) that (g) without (h) for (i) where (j) with.।