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১৯ অক্টোবর ২০২০, ০০:০০:০০  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ

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ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ, ঢাকা

Important Modifiers

5. Language plays a (a) — (pre-modify the adjective with an adverb) important role in our life.

We use language from the time we wake up (b) — (post-modify the verb with an adverbial

phrase) till we go to bed at night. We use language not only in our waking hours but also in our

(c) — (use noun as a post-modifier). We use language (d) — (post-modify the verb with an

infinitive) what we feel and to say what we like or dislike. We also use language (e) — (pos

t-modify the verb with an infinitive) information. Language is (f) — (pre-modify the

adjective with an adverb) present in our activities. It is an (g) — (pre-modify the noun with an

adjective) part of our life. As an (h) — (pre-modify the noun with an adjective) nation we also

have a language. But we used to struggle (i) — (post-modify the verb with an adverb) to

establish the right to our language. Many (j) — (pre-modify the noun with an adjective) sons

sacrificed their live for the language.

Answers : (a) very (b) in the morning (c) walking (d) to express (e) to get/to exchange

(f) always/ever (g)integral/important (h) independent (i) hard (j) brave

6. Load-shedding, (a) - (Post modify the noun with an appositive), means intentional s

topping of the supply of electricity in a (b) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun)

area for a certain period of time. It occurs when (c) - (Use article to pre-modify the noun)

generation of power is less than the demand. Load shedding hampers our (d) - (Use an

adjective to pre-modify the noun) household activities. Students cannot prepare (e) - (Use

possessive to pre-modify the noun) lessons and idle away their time. Parents suffer (f) -

(Post-modify the verb with an adverb) because of load shedding. In fact, load shedding

hampers the smooth (g) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun) development of a country.

In order to solve the problem, we should try (h) - (Use an infinitive to post-modify the

verb) more electricity through government and (i) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun)

initiatives. An all-out effort can solve (j) - (Use a demonstrative to pre-modify the noun)

problem.

Answers : (a) a great curse (b) the (c) the (d) daily (e) their (f) greatly (g) progres

sive (h) to generate (i) pragmatic (j) this

7. Rabindranath Tagore, (a) - (Post-modify the noun with an appositive) was born in 1861 in a

(b) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun) family at Jorasako in Kolkata. He was (c) -

(Use article to pre- modify the noun phrase) fourteenth child of Devendranath and Sarada Devi

Tagore. He went to school (d) - (Post-modify the verb with an adverbial of time) and

wrote his (e) - (Use determiner to pre-modify the noun) verse at the age of eight. At the

age of seventeen, in 1878 he reached London (f) — — (use an infinitive phrase to post

modify the verb). He gathered (g) — (Use determiner to pre-modify the noun) experience from

his stay in London. (h) — (Use a demonstrative to pre-modify the noun) experience had a

lasting effect on his later life. In 1880, Rabindranath returned home without (i) — (Use

determiner to pre-modify the noun) qualifications of distinction. However, he never gave up (j)

— (Use possessive to pre-modify the noun) habit of writing poetry. He was awarded the Nobel

Prize in 1913 for his Gitanjali.

Answers : (a) a writer (b) rich (c) the (d) early (e) first (f) to studz (g) much (h)

this (i) any (j) his

7. Once a farmer had a goose. It used to lay a (a) — pre-modify the noun) egg every day. The

farmer used to sell them (b) — (post-modify the verb). He was happy (c) — (post-modify

the adjective with an infinitive) every day. But his wife was a (d) — (pre-modify the noun) woman.

She wanted (e) — (post-modify the verb with an infinitive) all egg together. Then she would

be a rich woman (f) — (post-modify the verb). She cut the belly of the goose (g) —

(post-modify the verb with an infinitive) her greed. (h) — (pre-modify the verb with present

participle) of the goose, she found no egg there. She became (i) — (pre-modify the

adjective with adverb) disappointed and lost the goose forever. She realiæed that it was her

greed that brought her (j) · (pre-modify the noun) luck.

Answers : (a) golden (b) in the market (c) to get an egg (d) greedy (e) to get (f) quickly

(g) to satisfy

(h) cutting the belly (i) extremely/very (j) bad

একাদশ-দ্বাদশ শ্রেণির ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

 মো. জাকারিয়া আলম 
১৯ অক্টোবর ২০২০, ১২:০০ এএম  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ

প্রভাষক

ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ, ঢাকা

Important Modifiers

5. Language plays a (a) — (pre-modify the adjective with an adverb) important role in our life.

We use language from the time we wake up (b) — (post-modify the verb with an adverbial

phrase) till we go to bed at night. We use language not only in our waking hours but also in our

(c) — (use noun as a post-modifier). We use language (d) — (post-modify the verb with an

infinitive) what we feel and to say what we like or dislike. We also use language (e) — (pos

t-modify the verb with an infinitive) information. Language is (f) — (pre-modify the

adjective with an adverb) present in our activities. It is an (g) — (pre-modify the noun with an

adjective) part of our life. As an (h) — (pre-modify the noun with an adjective) nation we also

have a language. But we used to struggle (i) — (post-modify the verb with an adverb) to

establish the right to our language. Many (j) — (pre-modify the noun with an adjective) sons

sacrificed their live for the language.

Answers : (a) very (b) in the morning (c) walking (d) to express (e) to get/to exchange

(f) always/ever (g)integral/important (h) independent (i) hard (j) brave

6. Load-shedding, (a) - (Post modify the noun with an appositive), means intentional s

topping of the supply of electricity in a (b) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun)

area for a certain period of time. It occurs when (c) - (Use article to pre-modify the noun)

generation of power is less than the demand. Load shedding hampers our (d) - (Use an

adjective to pre-modify the noun) household activities. Students cannot prepare (e) - (Use

possessive to pre-modify the noun) lessons and idle away their time. Parents suffer (f) -

(Post-modify the verb with an adverb) because of load shedding. In fact, load shedding

hampers the smooth (g) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun) development of a country.

In order to solve the problem, we should try (h) - (Use an infinitive to post-modify the

verb) more electricity through government and (i) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun)

initiatives. An all-out effort can solve (j) - (Use a demonstrative to pre-modify the noun)

problem.

Answers : (a) a great curse (b) the (c) the (d) daily (e) their (f) greatly (g) progres

sive (h) to generate (i) pragmatic (j) this

7. Rabindranath Tagore, (a) - (Post-modify the noun with an appositive) was born in 1861 in a

(b) - (Use an adjective to pre-modify the noun) family at Jorasako in Kolkata. He was (c) -

(Use article to pre- modify the noun phrase) fourteenth child of Devendranath and Sarada Devi

Tagore. He went to school (d) - (Post-modify the verb with an adverbial of time) and

wrote his (e) - (Use determiner to pre-modify the noun) verse at the age of eight. At the

age of seventeen, in 1878 he reached London (f) — — (use an infinitive phrase to post

modify the verb). He gathered (g) — (Use determiner to pre-modify the noun) experience from

his stay in London. (h) — (Use a demonstrative to pre-modify the noun) experience had a

lasting effect on his later life. In 1880, Rabindranath returned home without (i) — (Use

determiner to pre-modify the noun) qualifications of distinction. However, he never gave up (j)

— (Use possessive to pre-modify the noun) habit of writing poetry. He was awarded the Nobel

Prize in 1913 for his Gitanjali.

Answers : (a) a writer (b) rich (c) the (d) early (e) first (f) to studz (g) much (h)

this (i) any (j) his

7. Once a farmer had a goose. It used to lay a (a) — pre-modify the noun) egg every day. The

farmer used to sell them (b) — (post-modify the verb). He was happy (c) — (post-modify

the adjective with an infinitive) every day. But his wife was a (d) — (pre-modify the noun) woman.

She wanted (e) — (post-modify the verb with an infinitive) all egg together. Then she would

be a rich woman (f) — (post-modify the verb). She cut the belly of the goose (g) —

(post-modify the verb with an infinitive) her greed. (h) — (pre-modify the verb with present

participle) of the goose, she found no egg there. She became (i) — (pre-modify the

adjective with adverb) disappointed and lost the goose forever. She realiæed that it was her

greed that brought her (j) · (pre-modify the noun) luck.

Answers : (a) golden (b) in the market (c) to get an egg (d) greedy (e) to get (f) quickly

(g) to satisfy

(h) cutting the belly (i) extremely/very (j) bad