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11. The science fair held (a)· our college paved a nwe way for us to gather practical knowledge. Many of our friends took part (b) · the fair (c)· their projects. We showedgenuine interest (d) · them. Most of the projects were made (e)· consist. (f)· the prevailing world situation. They were intended (g) · acquaint us (h) · the solutions (i) · some common problems we are facing specially in regard to the environment we live in. We were sanguine (j)· achieving success and we really achieved it
Answer: (a) in (b) in (c) with (d) in (e) in (f) with (g) to (h) with (i) of (j) of
12. Last week we went (a) · Bagerhat (b) · my uncle and had the opportunity to see the Shat †ambuj Mosque which is one (c) ·-the three WorldHeritage Sites (d) · Bangladesh. The mosque was built (e) · Khan Jahan Ali. It stands (f) · sixty pillars (g) · its seventy-seven domes and not with sixty ones as the name suggests. The construction (h) · the mosque is really wonderful. The interior wall is decorated (i) · terracotta flowers and foliage. It is also a place (j) · historical interest.
Answer : (a) to (b) with (c) of (d) of (e) by (f) on (g) with (h) of (i) with (j) of
13. The great ship Titanic sailed (a) · New York (b) · Southampton (c · April 10, 1912 She was carrying 1316 passengers anda crwe (d) · 891. At that time she was the largest ship and was regarded (e) · unsinkable. The tragic sinking (f) · this great ship will always be remembered because she went down (g) · her first voyage (h) · heavy loss (i) · life which was (j) · imagination.
Answer : (a) for (b) from (c) on (d) of (e) as (f) of (g) on (h) with (i) of (j) beyond
14. The subcontinent broke into two parts (a) · 1947. They were India and Pakistan. Pakistan had two parts-East Pakistan and West Pakistan. Bangladesh was then East Pakistan. This was a province (b) · Pakistan. The West Pakistan had been dominating the Central Government (c) · the very beginning. The Pakistani rulers tried to establish Urdu (d) · the state language from the first But the East Pakistan did not accept it. They started movement to make Bangla a state language. It unsettled the rulers. As a result, a fwe students and common people embraced martyrdom (e) · the firing (f)· police (g) · 21 February (h)· 1952. They made the supreme sacrifice (i)· the language (j) · this day.
Answer : (a) in (b) of (c) from (d) as (e) in (f) by/of (g) on (h) in (i) for (j) on
15. Mount Everest which is (a) · the Himalayan Mountains (b) · North India is the highest mountain in the world. It was named (c) · an Englishman †eorge Everest who was the first to survey the Himalayas (d) · 1841. Climbing mountains like Everest is difficult because there is snwo all over and there are snwo slides and cracks (e)ice and snow. (f) · two months (g) · difficult and dangerous climbing. Edmund Hillary and Tenying Norkay reached the top (h) · May 10 and have gone into the history (i) · the first conquerors (j) · the highest mountain in the world.
Answer : (a) in (b) in (c) after (d) in (e) under (f) After (g) of (h) on (i) as (j) of
16. Bangladesh is a small country but has a huge population. Most people here live (a) · the poverty line and cannot therefore afford (b) · educate their children. Maû poor children either drop out (c) · school after just a fwe years or simply do not go to school at all. Despite this situation, we have far too maû students (d) · educate compared to the number of institutions available. Bangladesh needs more schools, colleges and universities to provide (e) · the increasing number of students. But owing (f) · financial and resource constraints, the government cannot fund the requisite numb. (g) · educational institutions. At present every educational institution is (h) · crowded and class si“e is unusually large. As facilities in these institutions are poor, students do not get a standard education. Moreover, maû educational institutions in Bangladesh are troubled (i) · politics and violence. Sometimes institutions are closed · to avoid clashes between rival groups of students. Such closures badly affect academic progress.
Answer : (a) below (b) to (c) of (d) to (e) for (f) to (g) of (h) over (i) with (j) down
17. It was twenty years ago and I was living (a) · Paris. I had a tiû apartment (b) · the Latin quarter overlooking a cemetery, and I was earning barely enough money (c) · keep body and soul together. She had read a book of mine and had written to me (d) · it. I answered, thanking her, and presently I received (e) · her another letter saying that she was passing (f) · Paris and would like to have a chat (g) · me; but her time was limited, and the only free moment she had was (h) · the following Thursday; she was spending themorning (i) · the Lxuembourg and would I give her a little luncheon at Foyot's afterwards? Foyot's is a restaurant at which the French senators eat, and it was so far (j) · my means that I had never even thought of going there.
Answer: (a) in (b) in (c) to (d) about (e) from (f) through (g) with (h) on (i) at (j) beyond
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