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এইচএসসি পরীক্ষার্থীদের ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

  মো. জাকারিয়া আলম  

১৭ মে ২০২১, ০০:০০:০০  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ

প্রভাষক, ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ, ঢাকা

Right Form of Verbs

[continued from prepious day]

16. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Dowry (a) — (regard) as a great curse in our society. It may (b) — (compare) to

cancer that is (c) — (increase) in our society at a great speed. The fathers of the brides

(d) — (victimize) for dowry. If steps (e) — (take) against those greedy people, it (f) —

(grasp) our society. It is mainly (g) — (see) in the rich and educated society who (h) — (

take) dowry as their right. So we have to (i) — (develop) morality. The culprits should (j)

— (punish) to control it. Otherwise, it will be a society of torture and exploitation.

Answer: (a) is regarded; (b) be compared; (c) increasing; (d) are victimiæed; (e) are not

taken; (f) will grasp; (g) seen; (h) take; (i) develop; (j) be punished.

17. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context. Education (a) — (enlighten) mankind. It (b) — (compare) to light which (c) —

(remove) the darkness of ignorance and helps us (d) — (distinguish) between right and wrong.

Ex-president Julius Nyerere of Tanzania way back in 1947 (e) — (say) in an international

conference that the primary purpose of education was the liberation of man from the res

trictions of habits and attitudes which (f) — (limit) his humanity. In our country govt (g) —

(start) 'Food for Education' programme so that every children (h) — (get) proper education.

So we (i) — (come) forward to (j) — (make) this attempt a success.

Answer: (a) enlightens; (b) is compared; (c) removes; (d) distinguish; (e) said; (f) limit; (g)

has started; (h) can get; (i) should come; (j) make.

18. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Once there was an idle king. He (a) — (take) physical exercise. As a result, he (b) —

(became) bulï and could (c) — (move) from one place to another. He (d) — (call) in a

doctor. The doctor (e) — (be) clever and wise. He (f) — (prescribe) any medicine to the

king. He (g) — (say) to the king, 'Please take a heavy club and (h) — (move) it in the air

till you get tired.' The king (i) — (follow) the advice of the physician. As a result, his

fat (j) — (grow) less.

Answer: (a) did not take; (b) became; (c) not move; (d) called; (e) was; (f) did not

prescribe; (g) said; (h) move; (i) followed; (j) grew.

19. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Truthfulness is one of the greatest virtues which (a) — (make) a man really great. A man (b)

— (trust) by others if he (c) — (cultivate) the habit of (d) — (speaking) the truth. A man

who (e) — (trust) by anybody can (f) — (gain) any position. A man can (g) — (achieve) his ends

once or twice by (h) — (tell) lies but no permanent gain (i) — (come) out of such succes

s. It must come to light sooner or later. Then the real character of the liar gets (j) —

(expose) and nobody trusts him anymore.

Answer: (a) make; (b) is trusted; (c) cultivates; (d) speaking; (e) is not trusted; (f) not

gain; (g) achieve; (h) telling; (i) comes; (j) exposed.

20. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Doctor Gulliver always loved adventure. When he (a) — (offer) the position of ship's doctor,

he (b) — (accept) it gladly. One fine morning in May 1699, the young doctor boarded the

sailing ship 'Antelope'. For many weeks all went well. But one day a terrible storm arose. The

'Antelope' (c) — (catch) in the waves and sank. What (d) — (happen) to his shipmasters, he

never knew. But he himself managed to swim to an island. He dragged himself up on the

shore and (e) — (fall) into a deep sleep. He slept for a long time. He woke up and (f) —

(try) to stand up. But he (g) — (move). He discovered that his hands and feet (h) — (fas

ten) down. Then he (i) — (horrify) to feel some small creatures (j) — (creep) on his left

leg up to his chest.

Answer: (a) was offered; (b) accepted; (c) was caught; (d) happened; (e) fell; (f) tried; (g)

could not move; (h) were fastened; (i) was horrified; (j) creeping.

এইচএসসি পরীক্ষার্থীদের ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

 মো. জাকারিয়া আলম 
১৭ মে ২০২১, ১২:০০ এএম  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ

প্রভাষক, ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ, ঢাকা

Right Form of Verbs

[continued from prepious day]

16. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Dowry (a) — (regard) as a great curse in our society. It may (b) — (compare) to

cancer that is (c) — (increase) in our society at a great speed. The fathers of the brides

(d) — (victimize) for dowry. If steps (e) — (take) against those greedy people, it (f) —

(grasp) our society. It is mainly (g) — (see) in the rich and educated society who (h) — (

take) dowry as their right. So we have to (i) — (develop) morality. The culprits should (j)

— (punish) to control it. Otherwise, it will be a society of torture and exploitation.

Answer: (a) is regarded; (b) be compared; (c) increasing; (d) are victimiæed; (e) are not

taken; (f) will grasp; (g) seen; (h) take; (i) develop; (j) be punished.

17. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context. Education (a) — (enlighten) mankind. It (b) — (compare) to light which (c) —

(remove) the darkness of ignorance and helps us (d) — (distinguish) between right and wrong.

Ex-president Julius Nyerere of Tanzania way back in 1947 (e) — (say) in an international

conference that the primary purpose of education was the liberation of man from the res

trictions of habits and attitudes which (f) — (limit) his humanity. In our country govt (g) —

(start) 'Food for Education' programme so that every children (h) — (get) proper education.

So we (i) — (come) forward to (j) — (make) this attempt a success.

Answer: (a) enlightens; (b) is compared; (c) removes; (d) distinguish; (e) said; (f) limit; (g)

has started; (h) can get; (i) should come; (j) make.

18. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Once there was an idle king. He (a) — (take) physical exercise. As a result, he (b) —

(became) bulï and could (c) — (move) from one place to another. He (d) — (call) in a

doctor. The doctor (e) — (be) clever and wise. He (f) — (prescribe) any medicine to the

king. He (g) — (say) to the king, 'Please take a heavy club and (h) — (move) it in the air

till you get tired.' The king (i) — (follow) the advice of the physician. As a result, his

fat (j) — (grow) less.

Answer: (a) did not take; (b) became; (c) not move; (d) called; (e) was; (f) did not

prescribe; (g) said; (h) move; (i) followed; (j) grew.

19. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Truthfulness is one of the greatest virtues which (a) — (make) a man really great. A man (b)

— (trust) by others if he (c) — (cultivate) the habit of (d) — (speaking) the truth. A man

who (e) — (trust) by anybody can (f) — (gain) any position. A man can (g) — (achieve) his ends

once or twice by (h) — (tell) lies but no permanent gain (i) — (come) out of such succes

s. It must come to light sooner or later. Then the real character of the liar gets (j) —

(expose) and nobody trusts him anymore.

Answer: (a) make; (b) is trusted; (c) cultivates; (d) speaking; (e) is not trusted; (f) not

gain; (g) achieve; (h) telling; (i) comes; (j) exposed.

20. Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and

context.

Doctor Gulliver always loved adventure. When he (a) — (offer) the position of ship's doctor,

he (b) — (accept) it gladly. One fine morning in May 1699, the young doctor boarded the

sailing ship 'Antelope'. For many weeks all went well. But one day a terrible storm arose. The

'Antelope' (c) — (catch) in the waves and sank. What (d) — (happen) to his shipmasters, he

never knew. But he himself managed to swim to an island. He dragged himself up on the

shore and (e) — (fall) into a deep sleep. He slept for a long time. He woke up and (f) —

(try) to stand up. But he (g) — (move). He discovered that his hands and feet (h) — (fas

ten) down. Then he (i) — (horrify) to feel some small creatures (j) — (creep) on his left

leg up to his chest.

Answer: (a) was offered; (b) accepted; (c) was caught; (d) happened; (e) fell; (f) tried; (g)

could not move; (h) were fastened; (i) was horrified; (j) creeping.

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