Correct Form of Verb Exercises for SSC

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1. [Dhaka Board-2020] Traffic jam is a common affair in big cities of our country. Increasing number of vehicles (a) — traffic jam. Mainly it (b) — in the congested areas. Overtaking tendency also (c) — traffic jam. Some drivers (d) — the traffic rules and (e) — carelessly. It (f) — a lot of pains to the people. Ambulances (g) — patients cannot (h) — hospital timely. Students and office-going people also (i) — due to traffic jam. This problem should be (j) — immediately.

(a) causes (b) occurs (c) creates (d) violate (e) drive (f) causes (g) carrying (h) reach (i) suffer (j) solved

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2. [Mymensingh Board-2020] You must have (a) — the name of Kazi Nazrul Islam. He (b) — our national poet. He (c) — as a rebel poet as well. He (d) — into a poor family. But dire needs could not (e) — his potentiality. When the First World War broke out, he (f) — the army. After the war, he (g) — to write poems. At that time, his poems and songs (h) — people against oppression. He (i) — the Shelley of Bangla literature. We should (j) — him for his great deeds.

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(a) heard (b) is (c) is known (d) was born (e) hinder (f) joined (g) began (h) inspired (i) is considered (j) remember

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3. [Rajshahi Board-2020] We (a) — to our nature for (b) — us with her gifts lavishly. We (c) — a large area of land but the negligible area of land that (d) — to us, is very fertile. We (e) — ungrateful to our soil. But our activities (f) — that we have (g) — ungrateful to our soil. We are constantly (h) — soil pollution by our unwise activities. As a result, our fertile land is (i) — its fertility which has (j) — us to grow crops easily.

(a) owe (b) bestowing (c) have (d) belongs (e) are (f) show (g) been (h) causing (i) losing (j) enabled

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4. [Cumilla Board-2020] According to the history, women in the past were (a) — within the four walls. But at present, they (b) — no longer captive to their parents’ or husbands’ house. With the passage of time, the outlook and attitude have been (c) — as men and women are (d) — themselves to the changing society. By (e) — education, they are (f) — pilots, doctors, engineers, high officials, etc. They are (g) — hand in hand with men in all worthy programmes. They are now able to (h) — their worth. They (i) — much to the economy of the country. Now, it has come to the realization of men that no development is possible by (j) — half of our population idle at home.

(a) confined (b) are (c) developed (d) adapting (e) receiving (f) becoming (g) working (h) prove (i) contribute (j) keeping

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5. [Chattogram Board-2020] Self-control (a) — a great power. It (b) — all other virtues. Man generally (c) — on impulses and strong desires. Vicious desires (d) — the purity of heart and mind (e) — the degradation of human nature. It is self-control that can help a man (f) — up a pure character which is very essential (g) — above the level of inhumanity. Nothing can (h) — to self-control to (i) — inhumanity. So, everybody (j) — for being self-controlled.

(a) is (b) breeds (c) acts (d) damage (e) resulting (f) build (g) to rise (h) be compared (i) build (j) should overcome

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6. [Sylhet Board 2020] Traffic jam is a common affair in big cities of our country. Increasing number of vehicles (a) — traffic jam. Mainly it (b) — in the congested areas. Overtaking tendency also (c) — traffic jam. Some drivers (d) — the traffic rules and (e) — carelessly. It (f) — a lot of pains to the people. Ambulances (g) — patients cannot (h) — hospital timely. Students and office-going people also (i) — due to traffic jam. This problem should be (j) — immediately.

(a) causes (b) occurs (c) creates (d) violate (e) drive (f) causes (g) carrying (h) reach (i) suffer (j) solved

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7. [Barishal Board-2020] Gender inequality is a barrier to the overall development of a country. Gender equality (a) — to the condition in which both men and women (b) — equally and fairly in all circumstances Without (c) — the participation of the both, the social and economic development (d) —. Elimination of gender disparity is a demand of the day with a view to (e) — human rights. Our government, already (f) — some initiatives in different sectors so that women can (g) — peace with men. But our social set up is (h) — a barrier in different ways. We should (i) — our outlook and come forward to (j) — gender inequality from the society.

(a) refers (b) are treated (c) ensuring (d) can be established (e) ensuring (f) has taken (g) keep (h) creating (i) broaden (j) eliminate

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8. [Dhaka Board 2019] Patriotism is a noble virtue. It (a) — a man to shed the last drop of blood to (b) — the freedom of his country. A man without patriotism (c) — no better than a beast. A true patriot (d) — by all. He always (e) — for the welfare of his country. On the other hand, the unpatriotic men (f) — only for their own interest. Those who (g) — for the country, are true patriots. They (h) — ever after their death. That is why, the freedom fighters who (i) — their lives in 1971, are remembered and (j) — forever.

(a) inspires (b) defend (c) is (d) is honored (e) works (f) work (g) sacrifice (h) are remembered (i) gave (j) honored

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9. [Chattogram Board 2019] One day Mina and her parrot, Mithu (a) — a tall tree to pick a mango. She (b) — the mango and (c) — it to her mother. Although Mina had picked the mango, her mother (d) — the largest share of the fruit to Raju. Mina (e) — very disappointed. At dinner Mina (f) — that Raju as usual (g) — an egg but she (h) — not. Mithu was not pleased to see that. Mother (i) — to see if the children (j) — their hands before they started eating.

(a) climbed (b) picked (c) gave (d) gave (e) felt (f) noticed (g) got (h) did not (i) noticed (j) washed

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10. [Rajshahi Board 2019] In an educational institution teacher-student relationship is (a) — to be the most important matter, it is such a relationship that is (b) — on the basis of mutual (c) —. A student always (d) — to his teachers because he cannot but (e) — help from them in case of (f) —. The sensible students never (g) — their teachers. Moreover, they (h) — their memorable teachers’ role which helps them (i) — in life. So, they always (j) — their teachers.

(a) considered (b) formed (c) respect (d) owes (e) take (f) admission (g) forget (h) acquire (i) succeed (j) respect

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11. [Barishal Board 2019] Over the last ten years or so, the garments industries have (a) — as the largest foreign currency earning sector. Hundreds of garments factories have (b) — set up throughout the country. The most remarkable characteristic of the garments industries (c) — the revolutionary change that has (d) — in the lives of thousands of poor women across the country. Women who (e) — to the household work, suddenly (f) — a new way of earning. A job at a garments factory (g) — a woman not only a steady income but also independence and dignity. In a garments factory most of the workers have to (h) — above ten hours a day. But still the women working here (i)  — happy as they think they are (j) — their own living.

(a) emerged (b) been (c) is (d) brought (e) were confined (f) found (g) gives (h) work (i) are (j) earning

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12. [Sylhet Board 2019] At present, Bangladesh (a) — unemployment problem. This problem already (b) — an alarming dimension. The government (c) — to cope with this problem. But this problem cannot be (d) —without (e) — the unemployed skilful. So, education (f) — a must. It (g) — a man to get a job. Job does not mean (h) — official work only. Self-employment is a solution to this problem. It means (i) — oneself in economic activities. The government is giving financial help and training to the educated youths with a view to (j) — them self-reliant.

(a) faces (b) has created (c) is trying (d) solved (e) helping (f) is (g) enables (h) doing (i) engaging (j) making

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13. [Dinajpur Board 2019] Adult allowance (a) — a noble programme initiated by the present government. In most of the developed countries of the world this kind of programme is (b) — by the government. The government should pursue that their old age is (c) —and comfortable. But in our country the adult are (d) — on their own sons or daughters. The adult lose the ability to work and (e) — at this age. They (f) — offensively by their own issues. They have to (g) — their days depending on others. The allowance should be (h) — and the true needy (i) — to have this allowance. It is expected that the local leaders (j) — their duty impartially to select the right person for this purposes.

(a) is  (b) taken (c) secured (d) dependent (e) earn (f) are treated (g) spend (h) increased (i) deserve (j) will perform

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14. [Cumilla Board—2019] Love for one’s own country (a) — as patriotism. Everyone should (b) — a great love for his country. Many of our freedom fighters (c) — their lives in 1971 for the sake of our country. The countrymen (d) — them forever. Some people are (e) — persistently for the development of the country. They are also patriots. Everybody (f) — a patriot. When any natural calamity (g) — in the country, a patriot (h) — by the affected people. We (i) — the footprint of the patriots. We should refrain from (j) — any crime that is harmful to our country.

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(a) is known (b) have (c) sacrificed (d) will remember (e) working (f) should be (g) occurs (h) stands (i) should remember (j) committing

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15. [Jashore Board-2019] Most of the students of our country are expert in (a) — answer. They do not (b) — notes themselves. They get them (c) — by their tutors. Their tutors (d) — their brain for the students. So, the (e) — power of the students does not (f) —. They do not have any (g) — of their language. They, of course, (h) — do well in the examination. But for this, they can (i) — no credit of their own. This result does not (j) — them in their later life.

(a) memorising (b) make (c) prepared (d) exercise (e) thinking (f) develop (g) command (h)  can (i) claim (j) help

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16. [All Boards 2018] One day the great poet Ferdousi (a) — by Sultan Mahmood to (b) — Shahanama in honour of the Sultan. He (c) — to pay Ferdousi a gold coin each verse. Ferdousi (d) — the writing and it (e) — found (f) — sixty thousand verses. Now Sultan (g) — to pay sixty thousand gold coins. He (h) — to pay silver coins instead of gold coins. The poet (i) — to take silver coins and (j) — to his village.

(a) was asked (b) compose (c) promised (d) finished (e) was (f) to contain (g) didn’t agree (h) wanted (i) refused (j) returned

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17. [Rajshahi Board 2017] There are several reasons why friendship (a) — so necessary in human life. A man without a friend is like a man (b) — in wilderness. Moreover, it (c) — him to understand his surroundings in a better way. By (d) — to a friend, a man can get relief. The advice (e) — by a friend is sometimes more reliable than his own judgment. Thus, it is (f) — that friendship is really important. But a man must (g) — time while (h) — a friend. If he (i) — to select the right person as a friend, he (j) — in the long run.

(a) is (b) lost (c) enables (d) speaking (e) given (f) clear (g) take (h) choosing (i) fails (j) suffers

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18. [Dhaka Board 2017] Edison never (a) — to school. All education that he ever got (b) — to him by his mother. At the age of twelve, he was put to (c) — on a railway. Having a great deal to do with newspapers, he (d) — to pick up the art of (e) — and he printed a newspaper of his own named “The Weekly Herald.” One day he (f) — a station-master’s child which was nearly (g) — over by a train. The station-master out of gratitude, (h) — him how to use the telegraph. Young Edison soon (i) — great skill at the telegraph. When only twenty, Edison (j) — a new telegraph which was extremely useful.

(a) went (b) was given (c) work (d) managed (e)printing (f) rescued (g) run (h) taught (i) acquired (j) invented

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19. [Dinajpur Board 2017] Child labour has (a) — internationally by the UN. To make a child (b) — the work that is suitable for a man is punishable. Yet in the third world countries, the number of child labour (c) — up day by day. Bagladesh (d) — one of these countries. Though government is committed to (e) — rich people to engage children in labourious work, things are not so easy. Poverty (f) — the first impediment in this field. The poor parents want to get additional earning by (g) — their children in work. Many children (h) — at different sectors now. But this should not be (i) — on. We should immediately (j) — this problem.

(a) been forbidden (b) do (c) is going (d) is (e) dissuade (f) is (g) employing (h) are working (i) carried (j) address

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20. [Sylhet Board 2017] A walk by the riverside in the evening (a) — very useful and pleasant. One (b) — not only beautiful sight but also (c) — fresh air. It (d) — the mind when one (e) — a walk by the river-side. Bangladesh is a riverine country and you can (f) — yourself of this opportunity of (g) — by the river side. In the cities there are parks where you can go for a walk. This will help you (h) — fit. But if you (i) — it regularly, you will not be able to (j) — the benefit.

(a) is (b) gets (c) enjoys (d) refreshes (e) takes (f) avail (g) walking (h) keep (i) do (j) reap

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21. [Barishal Board-2017] Malaria (a) — by a kind of mosquito. If a mosquito (b) — man who (c) — malaria, it will carry away some of the germs of the disease. If this mosquito then bites a healthy man, the germs may (d) — into his blood and he gets malaria. Mosquitoes (e) — their eggs in the standing water. If there was no standing water, there would be no mosquitoes and so there (f) — no malaria. Sometimes people (g) — kerosene oil on standing water and this (h) — the mosquitoes before they (i) — big enough to (j) — away.

(a) is carried (b) bites (c) has (d) get (e) lay (f) would be (g) put (h) kills (i) are (j) fly

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22. [Jashore Board 2017] One day a scholar (a) — a river with a boat. Suddenly a ghastly wind (b) — to blow. The scholar (c) — with fear. The boatman (d) — him if he (e) — how to swim. The answer from the scholar (f) — negative. Then the boatman (g) —, “Very soon you are going to (h) —. You (i) — a lot of knowledge but it (j) — to use at this moment.”

(a) was crossing (b) began (c) was trembling (d) asked (e) knew (f) was (g) said (h) drown (i) have (j) will not come

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23. [Cumilla Board 2017] Student life (a) — a golden season of life. This (b) — the time when we should (c) — ourselves for future. The very habits (d) — in the sudent life (e) — the later phases of life. Right from the student life, they (f) — be careful in (g) — discipline. They should (h) — their time properly. If they do not use their time, they will not (i) — in life.They should (j) — punctual from the very beginning of their student life.

(a) is called (b) is (c) prepare (d) formed (e) influence (f) should (g) maintaining (h) use (i) succeed (j) be

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24. [Chittangong Board 2017] Price hike of households products (a) — now a problem for us. Everyday we (b) — it. Most of our people (c) — low income are in danger. They (d) — of purchasing meat and fish as they (e) —. The price of vegetables is also high. We are to bargain (f) — simple product. Many times the buyers (g) —. There (h) — a fixed price for every harassment. Government (j) — to fulfill our expectation.

(a) is (b) face (c) with (d) cannot afford (e) are required (f) for (g) are cheated (h) should be (j) needs

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25. [Dhaka Board-2016] Bangladesh is full of natural resources. The prosperity of the country (a) — on the proper utilization of the resources. We should not (b) — a lazy life. We should all (c) — up our country. For this reason, we have to (d) — hard. No nation can prosper without industry. It should be (e) — that industry is the key to success. If we (f) — the days away, we (g) — behind. The nations that (h) — industrious (i) — the pinnacle of development. So we (j) — them.

(a) depends (b) lead (c) build (d) work (e) remembered (f) idle (g) lag (h) are (i) reach (j) should follow

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26. [Rajshahi Board-2016] Happiness (a) — a relative term. A person with a crown (b) — in a palace may not be happy where as a day labourer may (c) — happiness (d) — in a shabby hut. Again happiness (e) — from person to person. A beggar (f) — be happy if he (g) — a coin but a businessman who can (h) — a huge sum of money a day (i) — not be happy. Everyone (j) — to be happy.

(a) is (b) can (c) have (d) living (e) varies (f) may (g) gets (h) spend (i) may not (j) wants

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27. [Dinajpur Board-2016] The Republic of Maldives (a) — one of the smallest countries of South Asia. It (b) — 1199 islands that (c) — into 26 major atolls. People who (d) — to these islands from different parts of the world (e) — here since 3000 years ago. The natural beauties (f) — by the God attract the tourists to enjoy them. As a result, a lot of foreign currencies (g) — every year from the tourism that (h) — a lot to the national economy. So, the Maldives (i) — as the best tourist destination. Special importance (j) — by the government of the Maldives for the enhancement of tourism.

(a) is (b) has (c) are clustered (d) come (e) have lived (f) gifted (g) are earned (h) contributes (i) is ranked (j) is given

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28. [Cumilla Board 2016] “Health (a) — wealth,” (b) — the proverb. We cannot (c) — it. We cannot (d) — it. We must (e) — our body by (f) — the rules of health. People (g) — against germs that (h) — the body since their birth. Medicines (i) — to kill germs, but we have to (j) — the body fit by ourselves through the maintenance of the rules of health.

(a) is (b) goes (c) purchase (d) borrow (e) keep (f) following (g) struggle (h) harm (i) are invented (j) keep

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29. [Chattogram Board 2016] Many students (a) — their studies from the beginning of the year. When the examination (b) —, they start (c) — very seriously. Sometimes they (d) — notes from their friends. Most of the time they get their notes (e) — by their private tutors. They (f)  — these notes without (g) —. As a result their power of (h) — does not develop. If they find any new question in the examination they can’t (i) — it properly. As a result, many students can’t do well in the examination. If they had read seriously from the very beginning of the year, they (j) — better result in the examinations.

(a) neglect (b) approaches (c) reading (d) collect (e) memorized (f) read (g) understanding (h) thinking (i) answer (j) would have done

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30. [Sylhet Board 2016] Men (a) — ever since they first appeared on the earth. In primitive time, they did not travel for pleasure but to find new places. They (b) — themselves with simple weapons. Their journeys (c) — long tiring and often dangerous. Being intelligent, they soon (d) — easier ways of travelling. They (e) — on the backs of their domestic animals. They (f) — boat and used it to travel across water. Travelling, of course, has now (g) — a highly organised business. There are vehicles which (h) — us with comforts and security. If we want to go abroad, we (i) — a passport and a visa. If we (j) — any of them, our journey may be ruined.

(a)  travel (b) protected (c) were (d) discovered (e) rode (f) made (g) become (h) provide (i) need (j) lose

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31. [Jessore Board-2016] At present Bangladesh (a) — unemployment problem. This problem already (b) — an alarming dimension. The government (c) — to cope with this problem. But this problem cannot be (d) — without (e) — them skillful. Education (f) — a must. It (g) — a man to get a job. Job does not mean (h) — official work only. Self employment is a solution of this problem. It means (i) — oneself in economic activities. The government is giving the educated youths financial help and training with a view to (j) — them self-reliant.

(a) faces (b) has turned (c) is trying (d) solved (e) engaging (f) is (g) helps (h) doing (i) engaging (j) making

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32. [Dhaka Board-2015] Today women are placing an important role in all spheres of life. Once they were (a) — by men. They are no longer (b) — within the four walls of their parents’ or husbands’ house. They have (c) — out of the kitchen and are (d) — hand in hand with men. By (e) — higher education, they are becoming pilots, doctors, engineers, teachers, administrators etc. They have (f) — able to prove their worth. They (g) — much to the economy of the country. Now, it (h) — to the realization of the men that true development of the country is never possible (i) — half of the population idle at home. So, it (j) — no telling that women are playing a great role in the socio-economic condition of the country.

(a) dominated (b) confined (c) come (d) working (e) taking (f) been (g) contribute (h) has come (i) keeping (j) needs

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33. [Chittagong Board-2015] Today women (a) — an important role in all spheres of life. They no longer, (b) — to the four walls of their husband’s house. They have come out of their kitchens and (c) — hand in hand with men in all the development works of the government. By (d) — higher education they (e) — pilots, doctors, engineers, teachers, administrators etc. They have (f) — able to prove their worth. They (g) — much to the economy of the country. Now it has (h) — to the realization of the men that true development of the country is never possible (i) — half of the population idle at home. So, it (j) — no telling that women are playing a great role in the socio-economic condition of the country.

(a) play (b) confined (c) work (d) receiving (e) become (f) been (g) contribute (h) come (i) keeping (j) needs

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34. [Rajshahi Board-2015] According to the history, women in the past were (a) —- within the four walls. But at present they (b) —- no longer captive to their parents’ or husbands’ house. With the passage of time the outlook and attitude have been (c) —- as men and women are (d) —- themselves with the changing society. By (e) —- education they are (f) —- pilots, doctors, engineerss, high officials etc. They are (g) —- hand in hand with men in all worthy programmes. They (h) —- now able to prove their worth. They (i) —- much to the economy of the country. Now it has come to the realization of men that no development is possible by (j) —- half of our population idle at home.

(a) confined (b) are (c) developed (d) adapting (e) receiving (f) becoming (g) working (h) contribute (i) contribute (j) keeping

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35. [Barisal Board-2015] Traffic jam (a) —- a common affair in the big cities of our country. This problem (b) —- the ultimate consequences of rapid growth of population and the number of vehicles. Most often this problem (c) —- in the congested areas where the roads are very narrow. Overtaking tendency also (d) —- traffic jam. Some drivers (e) —- the traffic rules. They (f) —- the vehicles carelessly. Traffic jam (g) —- great sufferings to the ambulances (h) —- patients. Office goers and school going children also (i) —- a lot due to traffic jam. However, this problem (j) —- to an extent by imposing traffic rules strictly.

(a) is (b) is (c) occurs (d) drives (e) disobey (f) carry (g) causes (h) carrying (i) suffer (j) can be solved

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36. [Sylhet Board-2015] You must have (a) —- the name of Kazi Nazrul Islam. He (b) —- our national poet. He (c) —- as a rebel poet as well. But he (d) —- in a poor family. But dire needs could not (e) —- his personality. When the first World War Broke out, he (f) —- the army. After the war, he (g) —- to write poems. He wrote especially for the down trodden. He (h) —- the Shelly of Bangla Literature. His poems and songs (i) —- the Banglee in Liberation War. So we should (j) —- his footprints in our life.

a) heard b) is c) is known d) was born e) engulf f) joined g) began h) is considered i) inspired j) follow

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37. The world (a) — warmer because of pollution. Every year millions of people all over the world (b) — unnecessarily as a result of pollution. In the recent years there (c) — alarming reports that the world’s climate (d) — a significant change. All these reports (e) — strong evidence that world temperature (f) — day by day. Climatologists (h) — that midway through the next century temperature may have risen as much as 4-celsius. This could (i) — sea levels and thereby (j) — coastal areas and farm lands.

a) is becoming b) die c) have been d) is undergoing e) provide f) is increasing g) predict h) increase i) raise j) flood

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38. On the night of March 25, 1971 the Pakistan army (a) — their orgy of blood death and destruction. They (b) — with all their military power of unarmed sleeping citizens. On that night they (c) — the helpless and innocent Bengalees. Gradually the freedom fighters started (d) — counter attacks. Finally, the cowards (e) — to the freedom fighters. The occupation forces (f) — their moral courage because they (g) — by the peace loving people of the world. So, our freedom fighters, in spite of having fewer arms, (h) — up resistance in different strategic points and (i) — their attacks. They (j) — final victory on 16 December 1971.

a) launched b) butchered c) struck d) to put e) surrendered f) lost g) were unsupported h) continued i) achieved j) achieved

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39. Air (a) — the most important element of human environment. Man (b) — a single moment without air. But we (c) — that it is we who (d) — this most vital element. Clean air is essential for life. Air is (e) — in many ways. Smoke pollutes air. Man (f) — fires to (g) — his food, to make bricks, to burn refuse, to (h) — pitch for road construction and to burn wood. All these things (i) — heavy smoke and this smoke pollutes air. So, care must be (j) — to save air from being polluted.

a) is b) cannot live c) forget d) pollute e) polluted f) takes g) cook h) make i) produce j) taken

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40. Man is the architect of his own life. If he (a) — a proper division of his time and (b) — his duties accordingly, he is sure to (c) — in life, but if he does otherwise, he is sure to (d) — when it is too late. Our life is nothing but the sum total of hours, days and years. Youth is the golden season of life. In youth mind is soft and can (e) — in any form we like. If we (f) — the precious time of our youth, we shall (g) — to suffer afterwards. Youth (h) — the seed time of life. If we (i) — good seeds in our early life, we shall (j) — good harvest.

a) makes b) moulds c) prosper d) repent e) be molded f) waste g) have to h) is i) sow j) reap

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41. With extreme competition everywhere, parents are constantly (a) — about the results of their children. This (b) — during the public examinations. Special prayers (c) — in families (d) — such an examince. They are always ready to (e) — any risk so that their wards can study without the slight test of problems. Some parents (f) — to mosque or temples and (g) — for the examinees. Sometimes, they (h) — cash money to the beggars. They (i) — anxious until the result (j) —.

a) worried b) is observed c) are offered d) having e) shoulder f) rush g) beseech h) offer i) remain j) is published

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42. Food (a) — our basic need. But this food (b) — by some avaricious businessmen who (c) — for money. Having (d) — this food, people (e) — a victim to various diseases. For the exemplary punishment of the dishonest businessmen, the (f) — law must be (g) — for the betterment of the common public health. It is (h) — that strict law will be (i) — with a view to (j) — the harmful act to contamination.

a) is b) is contaminated c) crave d) consumed e) fall f) existing g) implemented h) expected i) rectify j) curb

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43. The greatness of a book (a) — mainly on the acceptability among the readers. If we read a book only once, we (b) — many things in it. But (c) — on one reading, we (d) — the standard of a book. When a book (e) — highly, we (f) — no doubt about the greatness of the book. Only through the first reading we may (g) — a book but if it is (h) — more than once we (i) — why it was read and praised by all. So, the great books are those that have (j) — the test of time.

a) depends b) discover c) judging d) pass e) is praised f) have g) see h) read i) understand j) stood

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44. Communicative competence in English is urgently (a) — in our country. The present world (b) — fast and (c) — on with the advancement of technology. With a view to (d) — pace with the present world we cannot help (e) — English. The present curriculum has (f) — on learning English by (g) — the books (h) — with modern information. But readers should be (i) — to read more supplementary books. (j) — an ICT based skill can be very productive to keep pace with this advanced world.

a) needed b) is developing c) moving d) keeping e) but learn f) focused g) enriched h) containing i) motivated j) Having

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45. Truthfulness (a) — one of the greatest virtues which (b) — a man really great. A man is (c) — by others if he (d) — the habit of speaking the truth. A man who (e) — by anybody can (f) — any position. A man (g) — is ends once or twice by (h) — lies, but no permanent gain (i) — out of such success. It must come to light sooner or later. Then the real character of the liar gets (j) — and nobody trusts him any more.

a) is b) makes c) trusted d) cultivates e) is trusted f) achieve g) who is caught h) telling i) is gained j) exposed

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46. Price of essentials is such a crucial factor that it directly (a) — the life and living of the majority people. The measures so far (b) — by the government (c) — appreciation from the people. But it is (d) — by despair as the majority of the people (e) — under the crushing burden of (f) — prices. It (g) — that the business syndicate (h) — the market prices and the retailers (i) — out of their evil mechanism. Moreover, the police are (j) — to have been involved in illegal extortionist.

a) affects b) taken c) have received d) overshadowed e) are f) soaring g) appears h) manipulates i) replace j) reported

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46. Self-control (a) — all other virtues. Man generally (b) — in impulses and strong desires. Vicious desires (c) — the purity of heart and mind resulting in the degradation of human nature. It is self-control that can help a man (d) — up a pure character which is very essential to (e) — above the level of inhumanity. A man who (f) — tolerance (g) — himself. He can’t (h) — the problems that he faces in society, A man devoid of self-control (i) — a strong sense of humanity whereby he can (j) — his harmful passions. 

a) breeds b) acts c) damage d) build e) rise f) lacks g) lacks h) overcome i) lacks j) resist

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48. Most of the students are (a) — mobile phone not for their necessary communication but for their addiction to facebook. Some students (b) — mobile phones in their classes. They often (c) — the class by (d) — their phones in the classroom (e) — the eyes of the teachers. Even out of school, they (f) — much time on the screen of their phones. Thus they are (g) — great harm to their eyesight. Eradication of the students’ addiction (h) — inevitable now. So, all should (i) — forward with a view to (j) — the young generation.

a) using b) bring c) disturb d) using e) in f) spend g) causing h) is i) come j) saving

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49. While (a) — food we have to keep in mind that we don’t eat just to (b) —, hunger or to fill the belly. We are to (c) — various kinds of food with a view to (d) — our health. For good health a person (e) — good food. At times it so (f) — that people who (g) — even in the midst of plenty do not (h) — the food they need for good health. Because they (i) — no knowledge of science and health and balanced diet. Moreover, they don’t know how to (j) — a proper diet from the many foods that are available to them all the while.

a) taking b) satisfy c) eat d) maintaining e) needs f) happens g) have h) take i) have j) select

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50. Information technology has (a) — the process of globalization. In the field of information technology Internet has (b) — greatly. It has (c) — the world smaller and (d) — the world within our reach. It can (e) — information within a short time. It (f) — also (g) — a great change in banking sectors. It has (h) — our knowledge and (i) — our life pattern. So, we cannot help (j) — knowledge of it.

a) quickened b) changed c) made d) brought e) transmit f) has g) deepened h) gained i) changed j) acquiring

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51. Today we (a) — a free nation. We (b) — to take great pains to gain freedom. Our War of Liberation (c) — place in 1971. People from all walks of life (d) — forward and got (e) — in the war directly and indirectly. Many a man (f) — in the battlefields. They (g) — from the battlefields (h) — their back. Rather all of them (i) — much to (j) — independence.

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52. It is high time we (a) — our brain about the curse of dowry. The issues of dowry (b) — to be considered in view of country’s socio-economic, cultural, political circumstances. United efforts (c) — to put an end to violence against women. A specific framework must be drawn up to be (d) —. Anyway, we can hope that dowry (e) — to an end in the time to come. It (f) — social imbalance. It also (g) — women. Women (h) — half of our population. We must (i) — them. We must (j)  them education.

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53. Corruption (a) — like an infectious disease. If a corrupted man (b) — unpunished, he (c) — to (d) —another corruption. Measures (e) — (f) — against corruption but what we (g) — most is social awareness. We (h) — that a country (i) — at the peak of development (j) — to be honest.

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54. A ship without a rudder (a) — at the mercy of the wind and waves. Even if it (b) — it cannot reach the goal. Similarly, a man without an aim simply (c) — his time and energy (d) — one thing after another. Once this aim is fixed, it should (e) — to. It is because of the fact that a man (f) — an aim g the difficulties he has to (h) — to reach the goal of life. (i) — of a career means fixing your aim in life. It makes you (j) — in life for struggle.

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55. Everybody (a) — that food adulteration (b) —, a crime. Adulterated food is poisonous and (c) — fatal diseases. People (d) — this kind of food (e) — a victim to liver disease, cancer, kidney failure and so on. Some businessmen who are avaricious and (f) — after money only (g) — this heinous work. They (h) — on the miseries of others. They (i) — punishment, some strict measures should be (j) — to stop this abominable task of the greedy businessmen.

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56. Time (a) — as a very valuable thing on earth. It (b) — to an old gypsy. There (c) — a proverb, “Time and tide wait for none.” It moves all the time. It is time which cannot be (d) —. The people who (e) — the best use of time in the past achieve the best positions in the society. They (f) — the ideal people of our society. Students (g) — by their ideality should (h) — their duties timely. They must remember that none can be great without (i) — time properly. In fact, proper use of time (j) — peace, prosperity and happiness in life.

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57. Brain drain (a) — the immigration of highly educated and qualified professionals to abroad. Its reasons are many. For example when the highly qualified persons (b) — better jobs and better salaries, they (c) — better jobs in abroad. As a result, some highly ambitious students (d) — higher education. When they (e) — for better jobs, they get (f) — there. Because of this our country (g) — of the better service from her brilliant sons. In order to (h) — brain drain universities with better facilities should (i) — in our country. Better working scope with better payment has to (j) —.

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58. A freedom fighter is (a) — in all lands and in all times, because he (b) — for a noble cause which (c) —the freedom of the motherland. Freedom is the birthright of a man, but sometimes this right is (d) — to a nation by foreign rulers. As a result, armed conflicts (e) — place between the freedom-loving people and the occupation forces. Sometimes the war continues for years and if the people are (f) — and determined then freedom fighters (g) — and the country (h) — independence. The people of Bangladesh (i) — in the glorious War of Independence in 1971 and (j) — Pakistani army.

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59. Truth always (a) — in the world. Falsehood may (b) — for the time being. Those who (c) — engaged in (d) — the truth are (e) — by the people. Those who (f) — interested in telling lies not (g) — in life. They may prosper seemingly. But they cannot (h) — all the time. Socrates throughout his life would preach the truth. He tried to make people (i) — what was good for them. He was troubled by the powerful people. Yet he never (j) — teaching good things.

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60. E-commerce is rapidly being (a) — in our country. It may be (b) — as a business process through electronic transition. Buyers and sellers are not (c) — to talk face to face. We may get our required product (d) — at home. One of the best opportunities (e) — that businessmen from home and abroad can (f) — their business using this system (g) — in their respective countries. It (h) — us with global information, resources and services. It is (i) — that it will (j) — our domestic business very soon.

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61. Formalin is a very toxic chemical which is widely used in fish and fish products, fruits and vegetables with a view to (a) — them for a long time. If formalin (b) — to any food stull once. It (c) — easily. Even (d) — with hot water is not effective enough to make goods safe. So, our people (e) — to the high risk of formalin intoxication. The use of formalin and other poisonous substances in food products (f) —Various alarming diseases like liver cirrhosis, cancer etc. Long time use of formalin certainly (g) — one to death. The criminals related to this ghastly crime (h) — severe punishment. So stern action (i) —against those who (j) — our nation by poisoning our foodstuffs.

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62. It goes without (a) — that most of the parents want to see their sons/daughters well (b) — in life. For this, parents are always ready (c) — any risk but the tragedy is that our boys and girls want to shine in a shortcut way. They think that it would be better if they could (d) — themselves without (e) — any hard work. As a result, many of them get (f) — from the track of career. They (g) — their enthusiasm (h) — the frustration in their attempts. They (i) — emotional and often (j) — from pessimism.

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63. Bookish knowledge (a) — useless when one (b) — it in the real life. In our practical life, we (c) — with different types of people and we get (d) — by learning from their way of living manners and other things. The world is big. If we (e) — our eyes and ears (f) — we can learn good things of life. The outside world (g) — us a wide scope of (h) — different people and their cultures. The things (i) — at schools and colleges are important but what we (j) — from our practical life.

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64. Man has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. He (a) — with what he has known and (b) —. He wants to know and see more and more. The curiosity to know more (c) — him to undertake and (d) — Out hard and dangerous tasks which eventually (e) — in epoch-making discovering. In the fields of science and technology man in the meantime (f) — what once inconceivable. Man has already (h) — on the moon and (i) — a journey to the Mars. Science has (j) — the impossible possible.

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65. An Ideal teacher knows the art of (a) —. He (b) — his lessons interesting. His methods (c) — convincing and inspiring An Ideal teacher (d) — his students like his own children. He (e) — the good work done by them. If a student (f) — some mistakes, he is not very harsh to him. He tactfully makes his students (g) — his mistakes. An ideal teacher is never angry with his students. He (h) — well with all. He (i) — in simple living and high thinking. He never (j) — a wrong example before his students.

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66. We (a) — our nature for (b) — us with her gifts lavishly. We (c) — a large area of land but the negligible area of land that (d) — to us is very fertile. We (e) — ungrateful to her. But our activities (f) — that we have (g) — ungrateful to our soil. We are constantly (h) — soil pollution by our unwise activities. As a result, our fertile land is (i) — its fertility which has (j) — us to grow corps easily.

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67. A mother (a) — an undeniable influences in (b) — the children’s character and in (c) — their future destiny. The things that they learn at home (d) — a firm root in them. And it goes without saying that this learning they (c) — mostly from their mother as they live under her direct supervision and constant care. This is why a child (f) — the language first from its mother. The culture of the family also (g) — the children’s habits and manners. Mother should (h) — her children how to (i) — the habit of good manners to (j) — up in gentle environment.

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68. Eid is the main religious festival of the Muslims in Bangladesh. Eid (a) — happiness. Everyone wants to (b) — this happiness with their near and dear ones. So most of the people who are (c) — outside their home for different reasons (d) — a strong desire to get back home. During the Eid vacations their (e) — a mad rush in buses or launches. This often (f) — transport accidents that (g) — away many lives. However, it cannot (h) — people’s desire to meet their family, in laws or friends. What (i) — people rush for their homes in spite of the hazards? Do human beings have root (j) — the trees?

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69. Dowry (a) — as a great curse in our society. It may (b) — to cancer that is (c) — in our society at a great speed. The parents of the brides (d) — for dowry. If steps (e) — against these greedy people, it (f) — our society. It is mainly (g) — in the rich and educated society where bridegrooms (h) — dowry as their right. So we have to (i) — morality. The culprits should (j) — to control it.

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70. Good health (a) — the state of being healthy, both mentally and physically. Health (b) — the root of all happiness. We should eat the right kinds of food in order to (c) — in good health. Good food is essential for good health. Good food means a (d) — diet which (e) — carbohydrates, fat. protein, vitamin, minerals and water. We (f) — very plenty of breads, cereals, rice, noodles potatoes, etc. Fresh fruits and vegetables (g) — good for our health. We should eat them regularly. Though milk, cheese, yogurt, meat, fish, eggs, etc. are important for (h) — properly, they (i) — moderately. And we should eat very little of fatty food items like fat, oils, sweets, burgers, etc. Our food should be fresh, clean and properly (j) —.

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71. Time is compared to a gypsy who (a) — anywhere for long. The poet (b) — time to be his guest for a day. He (c) — time many valuable gifts and honour. He offers bells (d) — of the best silver for his horse and a golden ring for himself. He will (e) — a peacock dance in honour of time. But time is a thing that never stays. The greatest tragedy is that it never (f) — back. It never (g) —. Man has been able to (h) — the world but he (i) — by the time. He (j) — nothing but puppet to the power of time.

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72. Good health (a) — the state of being healthy both mentally and physically. Health (b) — the root of all happiness. We should eat the right kinds of food in order to (c) — in good health. Good food is essential for good health. Good food means a (d) — diet which (e) — carbohydrates al protein, vitamin, minerals and water. We (f) — very plenty of breads, cereals, rice noodles potatoes, ere. Fresh fruits and vegetables (g) — good for our health. We should eat them regularly. Though milk cheese, yogurt, meat, fish, eggs, etc. are important for (h) — properly they (i) — moderately. And we should eat very little of fatty food items like fat, oils, sweets burgers, etc. Our food should be fresh clean and properly (j) —.

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73. There is no doubt that mobile phone is very important for us. In fact, it (a) — a new dimension to our life. Now people of all classes (b) — using mobile phone. As mobile phone nowadays (c) — a wide range of services. It (d) — our close friend. It is also (e) — our pocket friend. So, it goes without (f) —that our present life (g) — smooth. There is no alternative to mobile phone. At present (h) — mobile phone (i) — very simple as there is Bangla operating also (j) — on the phones.

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74. Road accidents (a) — in our country almost every day. Recently it (b) — to an alarming rate (c) — a heavy toll of human lives. In most cases, reckless driving (d) — road accidents. The drivers are in the habit of (e) — traffic rules. Road accidents can (f) — if the drivers drive their vehicles carefully. People should be conscious in this respect. While (g) — the road, they should be careful. Some people travel (h) — on the roof of the buses and trains. Traffic rules (i) — with a view to (j) — road accidents.

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75. Man has been travelling since he (a) — first on the earth. In ancient time people had to (b) — on foot or by (c) — on the back of their domestic animals. At that time journey (d) — not safe as they (e) — no speedy transport. But, now it is a highly organized business. People (f) — many sorts of transports and they (g) — further. However, these comfortable journeys (h) — safety. We (i) — anxious until we (j) — back home.

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76. Man (a) — on bread. With a view to (b) — bread men (c) — lands and (d) — the earth suitable for living. At past the earth (e) — plenty of crops for man’s living by virtue of her fertility. But later on the foodstuffs (f) — short of our reeds owing to the increases of population. Hence there (g) — a cry grow more food or start green revolution. Bangladesh is an agricultural country. “Grow More Food” campaign (h) — about a new idea in our agricultural developments. The adopted plan (i) — on a revolution which (j) — the Green Revolution.

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77. Memories are (a) — to mental records of past events. As such, they (b) — of recollections of our personal experiences. Memory (c) — with the senses, since that is how we (d) — the world. If you (e) — about it, the memories are the remembrances of things you have (f) — in the form of touches, tastes, sounds, sights and smells. As you experience the world around you, your brain (g) — which information (h) — to be (i) —. Instead of remembering every little thing your brain (j) — and chooses what is important.

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78. Truth never (a) — or destroys. It may remain (b) — for time (c) — but it gets (d) — sooner or later. Going through the history, it (e) — that no power (f) — it forever. It (g) — which (h) — to sunlight to light (i) — through the cloud at any cost. Therefore, it is said that truth (j) —.

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79. Regular participation in games and sports (a) — good health and good physical health gives one good mental health. Keep in mind that to study when it (b) — time for that and to play when it is time for play is a good rule to follow. Good children do (c) — in games all day long. As soon as it is time for study they (d) — down to study. For this reason everybody (e) — them with love and tenderness. They never (f) — a sorry figure in the examination. They (g) — fair to success. They can (h) — in life. They can also (i) — good health. We (j) — such students in our society.

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80. Corruption is opposite to honesty. It (a) — like an infectious disease. If a corrupted man (b) —unpunished, he (c) — to (d) — another corruption. Measures (e) — against corruption. But what we (f) — most is social awareness. We (g) — that a country (h) — at the peak of development if it is free from corruption. So, men in high position (i) — to be honest. Then a peaceful and suitable country (j) — for all.

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81. Today we are too (a) — with our worldly life to do something for the benefit of mankind. We always (b) — of our own interest. We hardly (c) — anything for the poor. We keep on accumulating wealth as if man (d) — born to be rich and selfish. We (e) — the poor. We are not as good as our words. The wealthy people do not (f) — forward to help the people in distress. Only a few of the people who have (g) — fabulous wealth (h) — their hands of assistance to the (i) — people. Most of them do not do what they (j) — for mankind.

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82. Bangladesh is an agro-based country. The farmers (a) — the main power of this country. There are many poor and landless farmers. They (b) — income generating projects to work on. Govt. and some NGOs (c) — some projects for our rural development and poverty alleviation. Our unemployed people should (d) — for self-employment. They should be helped and (e) — for fish cultivation or other activities for earning. The trend of (f) — to the towns or cities (g) —. There should be venues in rural areas where the unemployed people will (h) — employment to (i) — their living. The govt. and the NGOs (j) — jointly for this purpose.

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83. Today we are too (a) — with our worldly life to do something for the benefit of mankind. We always (b) — of our own interest. We hardly (c) — anything for the poor. We keep on accumulating wealth as if man (d) — born to be rich and selfish. We (e) — the poor. We are not as good as our words. The wealthy people do not (f) — forward to help the people in distress. Only a few of the people who have (g) — fabulous wealth (h) — their hands of assistance to the (i) — people. Most of them do not do what they (j) — for mankind.

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84. Bangladesh is an agro-based country. The farmers (a) — the main power of this country. There are many poor and landless farmers. They (b) — income generating projects to work on, Govt. and some NGOs (c) — some projects for our rural development and poverty alleviation. Our unemployed people should (d) — for self-employment. They should be helped and (e) — for fish cultivation or other activities for earning. The trend of (f) — to the towns or cities (g) —. There should be venues in rural areas where the unemployed people will (h) — employment to (i) — their living. The govt. and the NGOs (j) — jointly for this purpose.

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85. Dengue is a human virus (a) — primarily by the mosquito ‘Aedes Aegypti’ which is commonly (b) — around homes and workplaces. Dengue fever (c) — by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most critical mosquito-born viral disease and the most rapidly (d) — disease in the world. There (e) — no specific medical treatment for dengue, although a vaccine is currently being (f) — for its treatment. The most significant dengue epidemics in recent years (g) — in Southeast Asia, the Americas and the Western Pacific. Bangladesh has been badly (h) — by dengue virus this year. Some pragmatic steps should be taken (i) — keeping the surrounding clean to (j) — the breeding of Aedes mosquitoes.

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86. Water (a) — one of the excellent gifts of nature for the whole animate beings. All the (b) beings are alive provided water (c) —. God (d) — the other animals and plants for mankind. But if water (e) — dry, there will have no existence of life. The seeds (f) — forth seedlings under dried soil. Again, after (g) — the thirst with water, a dire thirsty man really (h) — regaining life. The value of water (i) — if water supply is hampered for a day at home simply. So, truly the proverb (j) — water is life.

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87. Bangladesh (a) — a land or rivers. These rivers (b) — the blessings of Almighty and pride to us. They are closely (c) — to our economy and prosperity of our country. Ours is an agricultural country. Our agriculture largely (d) — on our rivers. Our rivers (e) — our land alluvial and fertile by (f) — silt over them during the rainy season. Our rivers are also an important means of communication. Our farmers (g) — grow bumper crops by (h) — the help of river water. We (i) — rice that we (j) — from the land.

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88. Once Suapur (a) — a big union. It (b) — a large area. Later on, as population (c) —  the union need to be divided, and thus a new union called Nannar (d) —  into being. But it is pleasant to note that children of both the unions yet (e) — united as they study in the same school called Suapur Nannar High School. They do their (f) — together and (g) — their school time (h) —. Moreover, the two unions (i) — different national and cultural (j) — together.

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89. My first day at school is a memorable day in my life. I will (a) — the day as long as I live. It (b) — in January, 1976, I (c) — my schooling at a village primary school. My father (d) — me to the school for admission. We (e) — all the way to school . When I (f) — the Headmaster’s room. I greeted him. I was (g) —  and given a seat. Then he (h) — me some questions. As I (i) — them, he (j) — me cordially and affectionately.

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90. I could (a) — any letter to you for a long time. Really, I (b) — sorry for it. Last time, you (c) — about the misbehavior of one of your friends. You (d) — very much upset conserving this. Please , try to (e) — it. Some people (f) — unusually without (g) — the situation. Some (h) — violent on the spur of the moment or it may so (i) — that sometimes persons (j) — one another. There was misunderstanding between you.

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91. The battle of Badr (a) — the most important among the Islamic battles of Destiny. It (b) — the first time when the followers of a new faith were (c) — into a serious test. If the pagan army (d) — victorious over the nascent Islamic forces, the faith of Islam could have (e) — to an end. No one was aware of the outcome of the battle even the prophet (Sm) himself. The battle (f) — when Utbah Ibn Rabi-ah, his son Al-Walid and his brother Shaybah (g) — in front of the pagan army and asked the Prophet (Sm) to send to them their equals for a dual. The Prophet (h) — upon Ali (R) Al Hamza (R) and Obeidah Al-Harith (R) to face the three warriors. Ali (i) —  Al-Walid and Al Hamza killed Utbah. Then they both helped Obeidah to kill Shaybah but Obeidah (j) — as he lost one of his legs and became the first martyr at this battle.

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92. The introduction of solar ponds in Bangladesh may not be (a) — at first by our villagers. This (b) — because many villagers are used to eating fried foods. In solar pond the food can be (c) — only. Also cooking together in a solar pond may not be liked by some women who (d) — to cook privately in their homes. However, all these problems can be (e) — through the introduction of the solar pond and by widespread demonstrations of the value of boiled food. Some experts (f) — the plan of solar ponds in Bangladesh with a view to (g) — energy. But the plan has not yet been (h) — even on experimental basis. It will (i) — time to (j) — solar ponds and  popularize them.

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93. There is no children park in our locality. Children (a) — the future hope of the nation. For their mental growth they need mental refreshment. In our locality they do (b) — any place where they can (c) — freely. We (d) — that you will (e) — necessary arrangements for establishing a children’s park in a suitable place in our locality. It is further (f) — in this context that there are some open spaces illegally (g) — by some local powerful persons who usually (h) — anybody . These spaces may be (i) — under govt. possession for (j) — them into children’s park.

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94. It is (a) — how certain diseases (b) — men to change their food habits. One cannot (c) — cancer by (d) — food habits, for example. On the other hand, diabetes and blood-diabetic patent must (g) — sugar and the patient with diabetes should not (h) — salt. The patient needn’t (i) — drinking coffee or tea but he mustn’t (j) — sugar in either.

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95. The best friend a mad (a) — in the world may (b) — against him and (c) — his enemy. His son or daughter, that he (d) — with (e) — care (f) — ungrateful. The money that a man has may (g) —. It (h) — away from him when he (i) — it most. His reputation may (j) — in a moment of an ill-considered action.          

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96. International Women’s Day (a) — important all over the world for women in developed and developing countries alike. The (b) — international women’ movement, which has been (c) — by four global united Nation’s women’s conferences, (d) — for coordinated efforts to (e) — women’s right and participation in the political and economic process. Increasingly, the international women’s Day is time to (f) — on progress (g) —, to (h) — for change and to (i) — acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have (j) — an extraordinary role in the history of women’s rights.

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97. People (a) — in fishing for their livelihood (d) — fishermen. Generally they live by the riverside for their professional advantages. Many fishermen go for (c) — at night. While they have (d) — to deep sea, their families (e) — in grave concern until they come back. Fishermen usually (f) — storms and cyclones in the deep sea. Yet they take courage and endurance in order to survive in the midst of danger. But many fishermen die being (g) — in violent storm. They cannot (h) — any warning about the violent storm as most of them (i) — radio sets. Hence fishermen should be (j) — with modern facilities.

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98. Penguins are true flightless birds. Some species (a) — as much as 75% of their lives at sea, yet they all (b) —, on land or sea-ice attached to land. To (c) — in the harsh conditions of the  Antarctic, their bodies (d) — by a thick layer of fat and dense network of waterproof things. Penguin’s bones (e) — solid and heavy which (f) — them (g) — submerged and (h) — the energy needed for pursuit diving. some species (i) — depths of 1000 feet or more and (j) — submerged for up to 50 minutes though most prefer shorter, shallower dives.

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99. Last week my father and I (a) — to visit my aunt and uncle up in the hills. “Laila, tomorrow we must (b) — early. It’s a long way to my brother’s village.” My father (c) — I (d) — very excited and couldn’t (e) —. In the morning I (f) — my bag and (g) — my mother in the kitchen. “You can (h) — this food with you,” she said. “You must (i) — well. Here (j) — some drinking water too.”

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100. Culture is traditions. Tradition always (a) — culture. Our cultural heritage, Linguistic history and norms (b) — from the same sure and deeply rooted in its soil. Land and people are inter-dependent. Different social and religious festivals have relevance to nature. They (c) — to the ethics and rituals that bind the society together but gradually the western culture (d) — into our culture in a very alarming way. Young generation are (e) — more inclined to the Western culture. Youngsters are trying (f) — Western gross and vulgar culture (g) — our own culture. But the individual love is the theme of the Western songs and our songs are pole part from the western music as this is the age of globalization, we (h) — able to discard the western culture and civilization according to our social values. We (j) — to imitate what is good in Western culture and (j) — up what is bad in there.

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101. It is high time we (a) — our brain about the course of dowry. The issues of dowry (b) — to be considered in view of country’s socio-economic, cultural, political circumstances. United efforts (c) — to put an end to violence against women. A specific framework must be drawn up to be (d) —. Any way, we can hope that dowry (e) — to an end in the time to come. It (f) — social imbalance. It also (g) — women. Women (h) — half of our population. We must (i) — them. We must (j) — them education.

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102. We (a) — in an age of electronics. Every aspect of life (b) — by electronics. We (c) — radio, television, tape and video cassette recorders for entertainment as well as educational purposes. Electronic clocks and watches are (d) — old clocks and watches; and these (e) — more accurate and cheaper too. Calculators and computers (f) — a revolutionary change in our life. Difficult calculations and many kinds of intellectual work (g) — by them. Even musical instruments and toys are being (h) — with the help of electronics. In fact, electronic goods (i) — influencing and (j) — our life as well.

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103. Tareq along with of his friends (a) — for an interview with the Headmaster. When his turn came, he (b) — into the Headmaster’s room. The Headmaster (c) — Tareq in which class he wished to get himself admitted. In reply Tareq (d) — him that he intended to be (e) — in class nine. The Headmaster then asked Tareq where he (f) — from? Tareq replied that he had come from a village. The name of his village is Rupgonj. It (g) — in the north west of Jamalpur district. A river (h) — by the side of Rupgonj. About 4,000 people live in his village. Most of them (i) — either farmers or laborers. Most of the houses of his village (j) — of bamboo, wood, mud and straw.

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104. One day while I (a) — along Mirpur Road, I (b) — a lot of people who (c) — just doing their shopping quite normally. Suddenly I saw two robbers ran out of a bank and (d) — I just stopped. I (e) — to do anything because one of the robbers (f) — a gun. They ran past me and (g) — into a car that (h) — near the bus stop. People (i) — and screaming. The manager rushed out of the bank and ran towards the car but it (j) — too late.

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105. Malaria (a) — by a kind of mosquito. If a man (b) — a malaria and mosquito bites him, it (c) — away some of the germs of the disease. If this mosquito then (d) — a healthy man, the germ (e) — into his blood and he gets malaria. Mosquitoes, lay their eggs in the standing water. If there (f) — no standing water, there (g) — no mosquitoes and so there would be no malaria. Sometimes people put kerosene oil on standing water and this (h) — the mosquitoes before they (i) — big enough to flyaway. If everybody in a country (j) — part in the fight against mosquitoes, all might soon get rid of malaria.

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106. Many diseases (a) — by the little things which (b) — germs. They are our hidden enemies. The germs of typhoid and many other diseases (c) — by flies. You have (d) — flies walking on dirty things. There (e) — germs on these dirty things and they (f) — to the legs of the flies. (g) — on our food the germs stick to it. And if we eat the food the germs (h) — into our body and may make us ill. Dust (i) — germs, too. So you must remember not (j) — food if flies have been on it or if there is dust on it.

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107. English (a) — an international language. All that is best in modern civilization is available in English. If we (b) — English, we (c) — ourselves aloof from the civilized world. Our education (d) — most because almost all the books necessary for higher education (e) — in, English, English still (f) — a commanding position in every sphere of our life like science, technology, law, medicine, commerce, industry and diplomatic services. It is quite impossible to replace English by Bengali overnight. But in the meantime the position of English (g) — and for that reason the standard of education (h) — down. It is high time we (i) — the importance of learning English and (j) — necessary measures to upgrade the standard of learning English.

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108. Galileo was born in Italy in 1542. His father (a) — him to study medicine. But he became a professor of mathematics (b) — his medicine course. Galileo observed the solar system with a telescope (c) — by him and came to the conclusion that the earth and other planets orbit the sun. Previously Copernicus (d) — the same view which went against the Bible. The Church forced Galileo to disown his views publicly but he did (e) — his real belief till his death in 1942. Thought his view was not (f) — them, he was right in his observation. Later, the church (g) — him right. Nowadays, people of all classes can easily (h) — with more powerful telescope that the earth and the planets (i) — the sun as seen and (j) — by Copernicus and Galileo.

Answer: (a) wanted (b) leaving (c) made (d) expressed (e) not leave (f) accepted (g) declared (h) observe (i) orbit (j) found.

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109. Communicative competence in English is urgently (a) — in our country. The present world (b) — fast and developing by leaps and bounds. In order to keep pace with the present world we cannot help (c) — English. But the present system of teaching and learning English is not up to the mark. The textbooks (d) — for the classes IX-X have to (e) — and made updated. The learners of our school and colleges (f) — and write English fluently. They can’t even (g) — their listening skill. As a result they fail to (h) — when the native speaker (i) — to them in English. The teachers also don’t (j) — methodically.

 Answer: (a) needed (b) is going (c) learning (d) designed (e) be modified (f) cannot speak (g) improve (h) understand (i) talks (j) teach.

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110. Education (a) — mankind. It (b) — to light which (c) — the darkness of ignorance and helps us (d) — between right and wrong. Ex-president Julius Nyerere of Tanzania way back in 1947 (e) — in an international conference that the primary purpose of education was the liberation of man from the restrictions of habits and attitudes which (f) — his humanity. In our country the Govt. (g) — “Food for Education” programme so that all children can (h) — proper education. So, we (i) — forward with a view to (j) — this attempt a success.

Answer: (a) enlightens (b) is compared (c) dispels (d) distinguish (e) said (f) limit (g) has started (h) get (i) should come (j) making.

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111. Whales have a way of (a) — with their own kind. They (b) — in contact with one another through snores and groans. A herd (c) — over several square miles almost certainly knows where everybody (d) —. Whales have loud voices. A blue whale can (e) — as loud as a lion. Mother whales (f) — strong feelings for their young ones. They (g) — after them until they are (h) — up enough to swim and (i) — themselves. It is learnt that whales can (j) — in chorus to enjoy themselves.

Answer: (a) communicating (b) keep (c) spreads (d) is (e) bellow (f) have (g) look (h) grown (i) protect (j) sing.

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112. The transport problem in Dhaka has (a) — growing more quickly than in other cities of Bangladesh because there (b) — too many people in Dhaka and not enough space. The population has been (c) — very quickly in recent years. Dhaka has now become very (d) — city. Very few cities in the world (e) — as crowded as Dhaka. Moreover, there are 25% slum-dwellers who are (f) — here and there and occupying a lot of space in the roads and streets. They are also responsible for traffic jam. However, the government has not been (g) — idle and doing nothing about this growing problem. They (h) — building new roads and (i) — narrow roads wider. New double deckers have also (j) — imported to lessen the problems of the people.

Answer: (a) been (b) are (c) increasing (d) crowded (e) are (f) living (g) sitting (h) are (i) making (j) been

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113. The world (a) — gloomy in the absence of a true friend. A man who (b) — alone is either an angel or a beast. Thus, arises the need for a true and honest friend. True friends, no doubt, (c) — rare in this world. Mr. rifat is my best friend. He has (d) — my class fellow since my early days. He (e) — of a very good and respectable family. His parents (f) — well-to-do. He (g) — all the qualities of head and heart. Devotion to duty, obedience to elders and love for youngers (h) — his gerat ideals. As a matter of fact, I (i) — lucky that a person like Rifat is my best friend. These qualities (j) — tempted me to call him my true friend.

Answer: (a) looks (b) lives (c) are (d) been (e) comes (f) are (g) possesses (h) are (i) am (j) have

Answer:

  1. [Dhaka Board-2020] (a) drive (b) occurs (c) causes (d) violate (e) drive (f) causes (g) carrying (h) reach (i) suffer (j) solved
  2. [Mymensingh Board-2020] (a) heard (b) is (c) belonged (d) was born (e) hinder (f) joined (g) began (h) inspired (i) is (j) remember
  3. [Rajshahi Board-2020] (a) owe (b) bestowing (c) have (d) belongs (e) are (f) show (g) been (h) causing (i) losing (j) enabled
  4. [Cumilla Board-2020] (a) confined (b) are (c) developing (d) adapting (e) receiving (f) becoming (g) working (h) prove (i) contribute (j) keeping
  5. [Chattogram Board-2020] (a) is (b) surpasses (c) acts (d) damage (e) results in (f) build (g) to rise (h) compare (i) overcome (j) should strive
  6. [Sylhet Board 2020] (a) cause (b) occurs (c) contributes (d) violate (e) drive (f) gives (g) carry (h) reach (i) suffer (j) solved
  7. [Barishal Board-2020] (a) refers (b) are treated (c) ensuring (d) thrives (e) eliminating (f) established (g) coexist (h) keeping (i) broaden (j) eliminate
  8. [Dhaka Board 2019] (a) inspires (b) defend (c) is (d) is honored (e) works (f) think (g) sacrifice (h) are remembered (i) gave (j) honored
  9. [Chattogram Board 2019] (a) climbed (b) picked (c) gave (d) gave (e) felt (f) noticed (g) got (h) didn’t get (i) washed (j) washed
  10. [Rajshahi Board 2019] (a) considered (b) based (c) respect (d) owes (e) take (f) need (g) forget (h) acknowledge (i) succeed (j) respect
  11. [Barishal Board 2019] (a) emerged (b) been (c) is (d) brought (e) were confined (f) find (g) gives (h) work (i) are (j) making
  12. [Sylhet Board 2019] (a) faces (b) has taken (c) is trying (d) solved (e) engaging (f) is (g) helps (h) doing (i) engaging (j) making
  13. [Dinajpur Board 2019] (a) is (b) implemented (c) safe (d) dependent (e) suffer (f) are affected (g) spend (h) provided (i) deserve (j) fulfill
  14. [Cumilla Board—2019] (a) is known (b) have (c) sacrificed (d) remember (e) continuously working (f) should be (g) occurs (h) helps (i) should follow (j) committing
  15. [Jashore Board-2019] (a) memorizing (b) make (c) provided (d) command (e) thinking (f) develop (g) ownership (h) can (i) claim (j) benefit
  16. [All Boards 2018] (a) was promised (b) compose (c) agreed (d) started (e) turned out (f) to have (g) refused (h) wanted (i) asked (j) returned
  17. [Rajshahi Board 2017] (a) is (b) lost (c) enables (d) talking (e) given (f) evident (g) manage (h) choosing (i) fails (j) suffers
  18. [Dhaka Board 2017] (a) went (b) was given (c) work (d) managed (e) printing (f) rescued (g) run (h) taught (i) acquired (j) invented
  19. [Dinajpur Board 2017] (a) been addressed (b) address (c) keeps increasing (d) is (e) discouraging (f) poses (g) employing (h) are working (i) condoned (j) tackle
  20. [Sylhet Board 2017] (a) is (b) gets (c) enjoys (d) refreshes (e) takes (f) avail (g) walking (h) keep (i) do (j) reap
  21. [Barishal Board-2017] (a) is caused (b) bites (c) has (d) enter (e) lay (f) would be (g) put (h) kills (i) become (j) fly
  22. [Jashore Board 2017] (a) was crossing (b) began (c) trembled (d) asked (e) knew (f) was (g) said (h) drown (i) have (j) is not in use
  23. [Cumilla Board 2017] (a) is (b) is (c) prepare (d) formed (e) influence (f) should (g) maintaining (h) use (i) succeed (j) be
  24. [Chittangong Board 2017] (a) is (b) face (c) with (d) cannot afford (e) require (f) for (g) cheat (h) should be (i) tries (j) should
  25. [Dhaka Board-2016] (a) depends (b) lead (c) build (d) work (e) remembered (f) idle (g) lag (h) are (i) reach (j) follow
  26. [Rajshahi Board-2016] (a) is (b) may not be (c) find (d) living (e) varies (f) may (g) receives (h) earn (i) may not (j) wants
  27. [Dinajpur Board-2016] (a) is (b) has (c) cluster (d) came (e) settled (f) created (g) are earned (h) contributes (i) is recognized (j) is given
  28. [Cumilla Board 2016] (a) is (b) goes (c) neglecting (d) borrow (e) keep (f) following (g) struggle (h) understanding (i) answer (j) would have
  29. [Chattogram Board 2016] (a) neglect (b) approaches (c) preparing (d) collect (e) made (f) memorize (g) understanding (h) thinking (i) answer (j) would have achieved
  30. [Sylhet Board 2016] (a) have existed (b) armed (c) were (d) discovered (e) rode (f) built (g) become (h) provide (i) need (j) lack
  31. [Jessore Board-2016] (a) faces (b) has taken (c) is trying (d) solved (e) making (f) is (g) helps (h) only (i) engaging (j) making
  32. [Dhaka Board-2015] (a) dominated (b) confined (c) come (d) working (e) receiving (f) contributed (g) contribute (h) falls (i) with (j) goes
  33. [Chittagong Board-2015] (a) play (b) confined (c) come (d) receiving (e) become (f) been (g) contribute (h) fallen (i) with (j) is
  34. [Rajshahi Board-2015] (a) confined (b) are (c) developed (d) adapting (e) pursuing (f) working (g) working (h) contribute (i) contribute (j) keeping
  35. [Barisal Board-2015] (a) is (b) is the result of (c) occurs (d) drives (e) disobey (f) drive (g) causes (h) carrying (i) suffer (j) can be solved
  36. (a) heard (b) is (c) is known (d) was born (e) diminish (f) joined (g) continued (h) is considered (i) inspired (j) follow
  37. (a) is becoming (b) die (c) have been (d) undergoes (e) provide (f) is increasing (h) predict (i) raise (j) flood
  38. (a) launched (b) butchered (c) struck (d) to continue (e) surrendered (f) lost (g) were supported (h) put up (i) made (j) achieved
  39. (a) is (b) cannot live (c) pollute (d) produce (e) polluted (f) cooks (g) make (h) produce (i) produce (j) taken
  40. (a) makes (b) moulds (c) prosper (d) repent (e) be moulded (f) waste (g) have to reap (h) is (i) sow (j) reap
  41. (a) worried (b) intensifies (c) are held (d) during (e) take (f) go (g) beseech (h) offer (i) remain (j) observed
  42. (b) is (c) is contaminated (d) consumed (e) fall (g) implemented (h) expected (i) seen (j) curb
  43. (a) depends (b) understand (c) judging (d) judge (e) praised (f) pass (g) judge (h) read (i) discovered (j) stood
  44. (a) needed (b) is progressing (c) goes (d) keeping (e) learning (f) focused (g) modifying (h) enriched (i) encouraged (j) Having
  45. (a) cultivates (b) makes (c) trusted (d) develops (e) trusted (f) achieve (g) who (h) telling (i) is gained (j) exposed
  46. (a) affects (b) taken (c) earn (d) plagued (e) suffer (f) soaring (g) appears (h) manipulate (i) manipulate (j) suspected
  47. (a) surpasses (b) indulges (c) taint (d) build (e) rise (f) lacks (g) controls (h) resist (i) lacks (j) overcom
  48. (a) using (b) bring (c) disturb (d) operating (e) under (f) spend (g) causing (h) is (i) come (j) saving
  49. (a) consuming (b) satisfy (c) select (d) maintaining (e) needs (f) happens (g) have (h) eat (i) have (j) choose
  50. (a) transformed (b) advanced (c) made (d) brought (e) transmit (f) has (g) brought (h) deepened (i) changed (j) acquiring
  51. (a) are (b) had (c) took (d) came (e) involved (f) died (g) fled (h) on (i) contributed (j) achieve
  52. (a) educate (b) need (c) are required (d) implemented (e) comes (f) creates (g) undermines (h) constitute (i) honour (j) give
  53. (a) spreads (b) goes (c) continues (d) commit (e) are taken (f) try (g) need (h) realize (i) thrives (j) dares
  54. (a) drifts (b) runs (c) wastes (d) doing (e) be stuck (f) faces (g) taking (h) overcome (i) Choice (j) prepare
  55. (a) knows (b) is (c) causes (d) consuming (e) become (f) run (g) thrive (h) capitalize (i) deserve (j) taken
  56. (a) is considered (b) compares (c) is (d) stopped (e) make (f) become (g) inspired (h) perform (i) utilizing (j) brings
  57. (a) refers to (b) seek (c) get (d) migrate (e) look (f) settled (g) is deprived (h) stop (i) be established (j) be gained
  58. (a) respected (b) fights (c) seeks (d) denied (e) take (f) determined (g) triumph (h) achieves (i) took part (j) defeated
  59. (a) prevails (b) prevail (c) are (d) spreading (e) respected (f) are (g) prosper (h) remain (i) understand (j) stopped
  60. (a) being spread (b) defined (c) required (d) provided (e) is that (f) promote (g) in their respective countries (h) provides (i) anticipated (j) stay
  61. (a) preserving (b) is added (c) washes off (d) washing (e) are exposed (f) leads to (g) ruins (h) deserve (i) should be taken (j) harm
  62. (a) saying (b) settled (c) to shoulder (d) establish (e) undergoing (f) derailed (g) lose (h) due to (i) become (j) suffer
  63. (a) becomes (b) applies (c) interact (d) enriched (e) keep (f) open (g) offers (h) learning (i) taught (j) learn
  64. (a) becomes (b) satisfied (c) leads (d) carry out (e) result (f) has made (g) seen (h) landed (i) made (j) made
  65. (a) teaching (b) makes (c) are (d) treats (e) appreciates (f) makes (g) realize (h) gets along (i) believes (j) sets
  66. (a) bestow (b) enabling (c) have (d) belongs (e) owe (f) show (g) been (h) causing (i) losing (j) enabled
  67. (a) holds (b) shaping (c) determining (d) take (e) get (f) learns (g) influences (h) teach (i) develop (j) grow
  68. (a) signifies (b) share (c) living (d) have (e) is (f) leads to (g) take (h) diminish (i) makes (j) like
  69. (a) is regarded (b) be compared (c) spreading (d) demand (e) are taken (f) warps (g) prevalent (h) regard (i) develop (j) be punished
  70. (a) means (b) is (c) stay (d) balanced (e) contains (f) should eat (g) are (h) proper balance (i) should be eaten (j) cooked
  71. (a) stays (b) invites (c) offers (d) made (e) arrange (f) comes (g) waits (h) conquer (i) is conquered (j) becomes
  72. (a) means (b) is (c) stay (d) balanced (e) contains (f) should eat (g) are (h) functioning (i) should be eaten (j) cooked
  73. (a) has become (b) are (c) offers (d) is (e) in our pocket (f) saying (g) runs (h) using (i) installed (j) available
  74. (a) happen (b) has happened (c) causing (d) violating (e) breaking (f) be lessened (g) crossing (h) dangerously (i) ensure (j) reduce
  75. (a) appeared (b) travel (c) riding (d) was (e) had (f) have (g) travel (h) should ensure (i) remain (j) get
  76. (a) relies (b) making (c) cultivate (d) make (e) yielded (f) fell (g) was (h) brought (i) centered (j) brought
  77. (a) comprised (b) consist (c) relates (d) perceive (e) think (f) experienced (g) compares (h) needs (i) retained (j) sees
  78. (a) prevails (b) hidden (c) being (d) exposed (e) appears (f) suppresses (g) peeps (h) needs (i) cuts (j) wins
  79. (a) promotes (b) calls (c) not indulge (d) sit (e) treats (f) cut (g) commit (h) prosper (i) possess (j) need
  80. (a) acts (b) goes (c) tends (d) commit (e) are taken (f) need (g) know (h) can be (i) dare (j) exists
  81. (a) occupied (b) think (c) do (d) is (e) neglect (f) come (g) accumulated (h) extend (i) suffering (j) preach
  82. (a) are (b) have (c) have implemented (d) find (e) trained (f) migrating (g) is decreasing (h) find (i) earn (j) should work
  83. (a) occupied (b) think (c) do (d) is (e) neglect (f) come (g) accumulated (h) extend (i) suffering (j) preach
  84. (a) are (b) have (c) have implemented (d) find (e) trained (f) migrating (g) is decreasing (h) find (i) earn (j) should work
  85. (a) transmitted (b) found (c) is ranked (d) spreading (e) is (f) developed (g) have occurred (h) affected (i) to check (j) prevent
  86. (a) is (b) living (c) exists (d) created (e) dries (f) bring (g) quenching (h) feels (i) remains (j) states
  87. (a) is (b) are (c) related (d) depends (e) make (f) depositing (g) can (h) taking (i) produce (j) get
  88. (a) was (b) covered (c) increased (d) came (e) remain (f) studies (g) celebrate (h) together (i) have (j) festivals
  89. (a) remember (b) happened (c) started (d) took (e) walked (f) entered (g) welcomed (h) asked (i) answered (j) thanked
  90. (a) write (b) am (c) wrote (d) were (e) forget (f) behave (g) considering (h) behave (i) happens (j) misunderstand
  91. (a) was (b) was (c) put (d) had (e) come (f) began (g) stood (h) called (i) killed (j) died
  92. (a) welcomed (b) is (c) boiled (d) prefer (e) overcome (f) have (g) saving (h) introduced (i) take (j) implement
  93. (a) are (b) not have (c) play (d) pray (e) make (f) mentioned (g) occupied (h) hinder (i) taken (j) turning
  94. (a) known (b) compel (c) control (d) changing (e) need (f) avoid (g) love (h) have (i) stop (j) sacrifice
  95. (a) can (b) turn (c) become (d) loves (e) rear (f) may (g) be lost (h) flies (i) needs (j) be sacrificed
  96. (a) becomes (b) global (c) reflected (d) called (e) demand (f) reflect (g) made (h) call (i) celebrate (j) played
  97. (a) engaged (b) fall (c) fishing (d) get (e) remain (f) encounter (g) caught (h) receive (i) have (j) provided
  98. (a) spend (b) remain (c) survive (d) are insulated (e) are (f) help (g) to stay (h) reduce (i) reach (j) to be
  99. (a) set off (b) leave (c) said (d) was (e) sleep (f) packed (g) helped (h) take (i) eat (j) was
  100. (a) molds (b) originate (c) contribute (d) intrudes (e) becoming (f) to try (g) to our (h) are (i) are (j) need
  101. (a) reflect (b) need (c) are required (d) implemented (e) comes (f) constitutes (g) undermines (h) comprise (i) honor (j) give
  102. (a) live (b) is influenced (c) use (d) replacing (e) are (f) have done (g) are done (h) made (i) are (j) enrich
  103. (a) came (b) entered (c) asked (d) informed (e) admitted (f) come (g) is situated (h) flows (i) are (j) are made
  104. (a) was walking (b) saw (c) were (d) got (e) didn’t want (f) had (g) jumped (h) was parked (i) were shouting (j) was
  105. (a) is caused (b) has malaria (c) carries (d) bites (e) gets (f) is (g) are (h) kills (i) become (j) took
  106. (a) are carried (b) carry (c) are caused (d) seen (e) are (f) stick (g) When (h) get (i) bears (j) to eat
  107. (a) is (b) underestimate (c) keep (d) suffers (e) are written (f) has (g) is falling (h) goes (i) realize (j) take

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