মুহম্মদ মাছুম বিল্লাহ, সাবেক শিক্ষক, সিলেট, মির্জাপুর ও কুমিল্লা ক্যাডেট কলেজ
২ জানুয়ারি, ২০১৮ ০০:০০
1. Fill in the gaps with appropriate adverb form the list.
almost, right, there, just, very
(a) She put the umbrella — over her daughter's head.
(b) — lived an honest man in our village.
(c) Go — to the end of the road.
(d) The mango is — ripe
(e) Anwar Hussain is a — active man.
Answers : (a) just (b) there (c) right (d) almost (e) very
2. Fill in the gaps with right form of verbs from the list.
come, be, watch, look, see, hear
(a) Have you ever — to Cox's Bazar?
(b) I — home just now.
(c) How long you — in Dhaka?
(d) I — television often.
(e) Why Sabina — so happy?
Answers : (a) been, (b) have come (c) have you been (d) watch (e) does look
3. Rewrite the following passage in the future tense.
The eyes say without them the hands and legs cannot do much. We open in the morning and don't eat all day. We only close at night. We think the stomach is very lazy. It only eats and sleeps.
Answers : The eyes will say without them the hands and legs will not do much. We will open in the morning and not eat all day. We will only close at night. We will think the stomach will be lazy. It only will eat and sleep.
4. Suppose you are Rajon and your friend is Kamal. Now write a dialogue between you and your friend about Victory Day
Rajon : Hi Kamal! How are you?
Kamal : Fine. And you?
Rajon : I am also fine. Kamal, what do you know about Victory Day?
Kamal : I know that December 16 is our Victory Day.
Rajon : Can you tell me actually what happened on that day?
Kamal : We achieved our victory over the Pakistan Army on that day after our long nine month bloody struggle. We celebrate the day with solemnity.
Rajon: Thank you Kamal.
Kamal: You are most welcome.