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একাদশ শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রথমপত্র

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২২ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০২১, ০০:০০:০০  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ

একাদশ শ্রেণির ইংরেজি প্রথমপত্র

প্রভাষক, ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ

মোহাম্মদপুর, ঢাকা

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(1) ‘Look before your leap’. The proverb has deep meaning (a) — is always useful for a successful life. It conveys the idea (b) — we should always think and (c) — act accordingly. (d) — we should always think before we speak, in the same way we should think before we act. Life is full of various factors, the factors which can fascinate us from the moment (e) — may lead us to failure (f) — the factors which can repel immediately but may be stepping stones to success. (g) —, going to to a movie or playing video games may seem an attractive thing for the time being but can, (h) —— not only disturb one’s studies but also injure our eyes. (i) —, we should always restrain our intuitive and impulsive desires and then act according to (j) — our mind says is right.

Answers 1 : (a) which; (b) that; (c) then; (d) as; (e) but; (f) or; (g) for example; (h) in the course of time; (i) therefore; (j) what

(2) (a) — I was walking along the road the other day, I happened to notice a small brown leather purse lying on the pavement. I picked it up and opened it to see (b) — I could find out the owne’s name. There was nothing inside. It (c) — some small change and a rather old photograph - a picture of a woman and a young girl about twelve years old who looked like the woman’s daughter. I put the photograph back (d) — took the purse to the police station. (e) — I handed it to the sergeant-in-charge. Before I left, the sergeant made a note of my name and address In case the owner of the purse wanted to write and thank me. That evening I went to have dinner with an uncle and aunt of mine. They had also invited another person, a young woman, (f) — there would be four people at table. The young woman’s face was familiar (g) — I could not remember where I had seen it. I was quiet sure (h) — we had not met before. (i) — Conversation, however, the young woman happened to mark that she had lost her purse that afternoon. I at once remembered where I had seen her face. She was the young woman in the photograph (j) — she was now much older.

Answers 2 : (a) while; (b) whether/if; (c) had; (d) and ; (e) then/there; (f) and; (g) but; (h) that; (i) during; (j) but

(3) Soil is necessary for life (a) — most of our foods come from soil. It is true (b) — some of us eat meat. (c) — meat comes from animals that live on plants (d) — again grow on soil. (e) — we do not give food to soil, plants will become weak. (f) — natural and inorganic manure are necessary for cultivation. (g) — compost manure is widely used in cultivation. (h) — agriculture scientists discourage the farmers to use pesticides, (i) — they opt for a method of catching pests in traditional way. (j) — it is not so popular.

Answers 3 : (a) because; (b) that; (c) but; (d) which; (e) if; (f) so/therefore; (g) nowadays; (h) morewover; (i) and; (j) but

(4) Trees are a vital part of our environment, (a) —, they bear a great impact on the climate. (b) — we are not careful about them. (c) —, we destroy trees at random. (d) —, one day the country will bear the consequence of greenhouse effect. (e) — ours is an agricultural country, our economy depends upon it. (f) —, our agriculture is dependent on rain, (g) — trees play a vital role on our climate, (h) —, trees keep the soil strong. (i) —, trees save us from flood (j) — many other natural calamities.

Answers 4 : (a) in fact; (b) so; (c) in course of time; (d) besides; (e) then; (f) consequently; (g) however; (h) true that; (i) at the same time; (j) moreover

(5) Happiness lies in the mind of a man (a) — beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder. (b) — we can say (c) — happiness comprises a state of mind. A poor man can be happy with one lakh taka (d) — it has no importance for a millionaire. (e) —, the source of happiness lies in us. (f) — we do good work (g) — gives happiness to others, our own happiness also increases by leaps and bounds. One way of doing this is to find out and go out to those (h) — may be in need of our help. The highest form of happiness is derived when we help others (i) — make them happy. (j) — in every religion, great importance is put on the service of mankind.

Anwers 5 : (a) incidentally; (b) so; (c) then; (d) at first; (e) so; (f) instead; (g) then; (h) again; (i) therefore;

(j) so

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২২ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০২১, ১২:০০ এএম  |  প্রিন্ট সংস্করণ
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প্রভাষক, ঢাকা রেসিডেন্সিয়াল মডেল কলেজ

মোহাম্মদপুর, ঢাকা

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last episode

(1) ‘Look before your leap’. The proverb has deep meaning (a) — is always useful for a successful life. It conveys the idea (b) — we should always think and (c) — act accordingly. (d) — we should always think before we speak, in the same way we should think before we act. Life is full of various factors, the factors which can fascinate us from the moment (e) — may lead us to failure (f) — the factors which can repel immediately but may be stepping stones to success. (g) —, going to to a movie or playing video games may seem an attractive thing for the time being but can, (h) —— not only disturb one’s studies but also injure our eyes. (i) —, we should always restrain our intuitive and impulsive desires and then act according to (j) — our mind says is right.

Answers 1 : (a) which; (b) that; (c) then; (d) as; (e) but; (f) or; (g) for example; (h) in the course of time; (i) therefore; (j) what

(2) (a) — I was walking along the road the other day, I happened to notice a small brown leather purse lying on the pavement. I picked it up and opened it to see (b) — I could find out the owne’s name. There was nothing inside. It (c) — some small change and a rather old photograph - a picture of a woman and a young girl about twelve years old who looked like the woman’s daughter. I put the photograph back (d) — took the purse to the police station. (e) — I handed it to the sergeant-in-charge. Before I left, the sergeant made a note of my name and address In case the owner of the purse wanted to write and thank me. That evening I went to have dinner with an uncle and aunt of mine. They had also invited another person, a young woman, (f) — there would be four people at table. The young woman’s face was familiar (g) — I could not remember where I had seen it. I was quiet sure (h) — we had not met before. (i) — Conversation, however, the young woman happened to mark that she had lost her purse that afternoon. I at once remembered where I had seen her face. She was the young woman in the photograph (j) — she was now much older.

Answers 2 : (a) while; (b) whether/if; (c) had; (d) and ; (e) then/there; (f) and; (g) but; (h) that; (i) during; (j) but

(3) Soil is necessary for life (a) — most of our foods come from soil. It is true (b) — some of us eat meat. (c) — meat comes from animals that live on plants (d) — again grow on soil. (e) — we do not give food to soil, plants will become weak. (f) — natural and inorganic manure are necessary for cultivation. (g) — compost manure is widely used in cultivation. (h) — agriculture scientists discourage the farmers to use pesticides, (i) — they opt for a method of catching pests in traditional way. (j) — it is not so popular.

Answers 3 : (a) because; (b) that; (c) but; (d) which; (e) if; (f) so/therefore; (g) nowadays; (h) morewover; (i) and; (j) but

(4) Trees are a vital part of our environment, (a) —, they bear a great impact on the climate. (b) — we are not careful about them. (c) —, we destroy trees at random. (d) —, one day the country will bear the consequence of greenhouse effect. (e) — ours is an agricultural country, our economy depends upon it. (f) —, our agriculture is dependent on rain, (g) — trees play a vital role on our climate, (h) —, trees keep the soil strong. (i) —, trees save us from flood (j) — many other natural calamities.

Answers 4 : (a) in fact; (b) so; (c) in course of time; (d) besides; (e) then; (f) consequently; (g) however; (h) true that; (i) at the same time; (j) moreover

(5) Happiness lies in the mind of a man (a) — beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder. (b) — we can say (c) — happiness comprises a state of mind. A poor man can be happy with one lakh taka (d) — it has no importance for a millionaire. (e) —, the source of happiness lies in us. (f) — we do good work (g) — gives happiness to others, our own happiness also increases by leaps and bounds. One way of doing this is to find out and go out to those (h) — may be in need of our help. The highest form of happiness is derived when we help others (i) — make them happy. (j) — in every religion, great importance is put on the service of mankind.

Anwers 5 : (a) incidentally; (b) so; (c) then; (d) at first; (e) so; (f) instead; (g) then; (h) again; (i) therefore;

(j) so

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