6. Change the sentences according to directions.
(a) Anika is a brilliant student. (exclamatory)
(b) She is a regular student. (negative)
(c) She is not inattentive to her studies. (affirmative)
(d) She always helps the weak students. (passive)
(e) She is the best of all students.(positive)
(f) A letter was written to her mother by her yesterday. (active)
(g) She told her mother to send 1000 taka to buy some books. (complex)
(h) In the letter, she told her that she should not worry about her studies (simple)
(i) Her mother often writes to her. (interrogative)
(j) She feels that her mother is better than all other mother in the world. (superlative)
7. complete the sentences.
(a) The postman who serves in the town...
(b) But the postman who...
(c)The postman has a definite area where...
(d) He carries across his shoulders a bag which...
(e) He goes from one house to another and...
8. complete the text adding suffixes, prefixes, prefixes or the both with the root words given in the parenthesis.
(a) (Fail) in English is a common matter in our country. There are many reasons of failure of the students in English and the reasons are not far to seek. (b) (First) our education system is. (c) (defect), The English test books for the students of our country are not (d) (suit) for them. --------the students not motivated to learn English, They think that it is (e) (necessary) to spend time in learning English. Moreover English is a foreign language. It seems difficult to them. So they (f) (like) learning English. They think it is mere (g) (waste) of time. Thirdly most of the so-called English (h) (teach) are not good at English. They are (i) (competent). Fourthly the students only cram the answers. In the examination hall they forget what they have crammed. So the answers they write are (j) (correct).
6. (a) What a brilliant student Anika is!
(b) She is not an irregular student.
(c) She is attentive to her studies.
(d) The weak student is always helped by her.
(e) No other students are as good as she.
(f) Yesterday she wrote a letter to her mother,
(g) She told her mother to send 4000 taka so that she could buy some books.
(h) In the letter she told her mother not worry about her studies.
(i) Doesn’t her mother often write to her?
(j) She feels that her mother is the best of all other mothers in the world.
7. (a)The postman who serves in the town puts on a khaki dress.
(b) But the postman who works in the village has no particular dress.
(c) The postman has a definite area where he has to go.
(d) He carries across his shoulders a bag which contains letters parcels etc:
(e) He goes from one house to another and delivers letters, money orders etc.
8. (a) Failure (b) Firstly (c) defective (d) suitable (e) unnecessary (f) dislike (g): wastage (h)
teachers (i) incompetent (j) incorrect.
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1. Read the following text and fill in each gap with a suitable word based on the information of the text.
Pahela Boishakh is the first day of Bangla New Year. The day is a public holiday. This day has a special significance for us as it is a part of Bangalee culture and tradition. People from all walks of life celebrate the day with traditional festivities. On this day, the whole of Bangladesh is in a festive mood. The day inspires people to start life with renewed hopes and inspirations.
Every year the day is celebrated traditionally. People wake up early in the morning, have a bath ane wear their traditional clothes. It is a day when people love eating traditional food.
One of the most colourful events of the day is held in Dhaka. Early in the morning, form al directions to attend the cuitural function at Ramna Batamul orgamised by Chhyanata. The cultura programme begins just at sunrise and the renowned artists of the country take part in the programme that starts with Tagore-song Esho-he-Boishakh, Esho Esho…
The first day of Bangla New. Year is (a)… as Pahela Boishakh;. Since the day (b)… Eangalee culture and tradition, it has a special significance for us. On this day, the whol Bangladesh wears a festive mood. The day inspires us to start our life with renewed hopes and inspirations. Every year, we (c)…. The day with traditional festivities. We wake up early in the we eat/take traditional food. The first cultural programme at Ramna Batamui organised b. Chhyanata begins just at the time of sunrise and the renowned artists of the country (e)… in it.
2. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage.
Mohammad-bin-Tughlak was the eldest son of Gias-ud-din Tughlak. When his father ascended the throne of Delhi in 1320, he was appointed the heir apparent. He undertook two expeditions of Warangal in 1322 and 1323. Although he failed in the first, he was successful in the second. He seated himself on the throne after the death of his father in 1325.
He was perhaps the most learned of the Delhi kings. Two years after his ascending the throne. He had to withdraw the copper coin paying silver coins in exchange. To make up the losses of money in these ways, he raised land tax in 1334.
So discontent spread, the provinces rebelled, and the amirs rose in revolt.
Mohammad Tughlak had vision of universal conquest. He invaded Khurasan in 1328 moblising a huge army of 370000 men with no positive result. Rather he had to spend huge amount for a leap year.
In 1337 Mohammed led an expedition against Ngarkot and made the king submit to him. In 1332-33 a large army was sent to capture Karajal. The first attack was a success, but when the rainy season set in the entire baggage of the army was plundered.
YearEventWhere/What/Why1325(i)…..Delhi1327Removed his capital(ii)……….(iii)………….Tried an untimely reformIssuing a token currency of copper In stead of silver1328mobilised a huge army(iv)…..........1327Led on expedition against Nagarkot(v)..............
1. (a) known (b) upholds (cc) celebrate (d) attend (e) participat
2. (i) ascendd the throne (ii) Deogiri (iii) 1330 (iv) to invade Khurasan (v) to make the king submit to him.