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Rules for filling gaps with right forms of Verb


RULE 1: Singular Subject=Singular Verb, Plural Subject=Plural verb
Ex.   Shihab is a meritorious student. Vehicles create traffic jam.


RULE 2: Preposition (in,at,on,of,for,from,by,with,without,before,after,into,across,about)+noun or Verb +ing .
Ex. Television is an important source of entertainment or entertaining. Children are fond of using mobile Phone.


RULE 3:  To +Verb1   but   (Addicted to, Adverse to, Be used to, With a view to, Look forward to, Get used to, Be accustomed to)+ Verb+ing.


Ex. Tori went to London to get a good job. Poresh tried to join the Army .We are looking forward to hearing from you. I went to the Stage with a view to dancing. People of Bangladesh are used to eating by their hands.


 RULE 4:    Verb+article+Adverb+adjective+noun.
Ex. Bangladesh is a densely populated country. Alam is a very good boy.


RULE 5 :  A , An , The +noun.  The+noun or verb+ing+of.
The necessity of learning English is indescribable. The using of Mobile is available .A constitution is essential for a nation. He has an Umbrella.


RULE 6: (Can, could, may , might, Shall, should, will, would, must, used to, have to, need, dare, ought to )+ V1
Ex.  He can do the Sum. It may rain today.Tori must study tonight.


RULE 7 :     While+Verb+ing
Ex.        While walking in the garden, I saw a snake. While sleeping I dreamt a good dream.


RULE 8:  (have, has, had, get, got, getting, having )+V3 or Adjective.Ex.  She got married yesterday. I had my car cleaned. Having taken the money, the thief ran away. Our Culture is getting westernized.  


RULE  9 Passive Voice -(Can be, could be, may be , might be, Shall be, should be, will be, would be, must be, used to be, have to be,  ought to be )+ V3
Ex.  The work ought to be done. He will be helped by me.


RULE 10: I = am ,       (He, She, It) = is ,   (We, They, you ) = are   3rd person Singular Sub. = Has 3rd person Plural Sub. = Have
Ex.    I am Torikul. He is driving a car. We are going home. They have won the game. He has eaten rice.


RULE 11: There+is/was/has+Singular Subject.  There +are/were/have+plural Sub.
Ex.    There is a Mosque in our village. There are two ponds in our Village.


RULE  12: .( Each, every , one, any)+ 1 or more singular Sub.+Singular Verb.
Ex.  Each boy and each girl was present there. Every boy and girl has been given 100 tk.


RULE 13: (Somebody, Someone)+ Singular verb, (some boys, Some toys)+ plural verb.
Ex.  Someone has stolen the pen. Some boys have failed in the examination.


RULE 14:   (any, none, each, every, either, neither, one)+of+plural Sub.+singular Verb.
Ex. One of the boys is present there. None of them was present there. Either of them has stolen it.


RULE  15:  ( Population, public, crowd, army, congress, committee, team, government, family, pair, dozen, scenery, knowledge, hundred, thousand, furniture, machinery, information, bread, money, advice, poetry, gallows, ethics, mathematics, physics, news, electronics, dynamics, 2/3….dollars,  2/3….miles,  )+ singular verb.
Ex. Ill news runs a pace . Physics is a critical subject.


RULE 16 : (people, spectacles, trousers, scissors, brances, cloths, goods, headquarters, vegetables, laws, police, cattle, folk, circumstances, gentry.)+plural verb.
Ex. His circumstances are not good. People don’t eat the same food. Vegetables contain vitamin.


RULE 17:  (who, whose, whom, which, that) follow only  their before subject to choose a verb.
Ex.  It is I who am your friend. It is you who are my friend.


RULE  18:  Prefer to + verb+ing
Ex.   Torikul prefers to reading newspaper. Joynal prefers to eating betel.


RULE 19:  ( Feel, love, hear, like, hate, see, forget, consist, seem, sound, smell, believe, know, wish, doubt, prefer, imagine, fear, taste, astonish, please, understand) they are used in present Indefinite tense not in continuous tense. 
 Ex.  I see the bird. I hear news. I forget everything.


RULE 20:  Distance/money/time+singular verb
Ex.  Thirty miles is a long way. 100 years is a long time. Money begets money.  


RULE 21 : Arithmetical Operations ( singular verb)
 Ex.  Five plus five is ten. Ten minus five is five. Ten divided by two is five.


RULE 22: (Always, regularly, generally, usually, occasionally, normally, naturally, frequently, everyday, daily, often) = Present Indefinite Tense.
Ex. Organizations frequently need employees who speak a standard form of English. English usually helps  to get good job. He always prays his prayer.


RULE  23: (now, at this/the moment, at present, day by day, increasingly,rapidly.)=Present continuous Tense.
Ex.  Mobile Phone users are increasing day by day. He is eating now.


RULE 24: (  yesterday, one day, ago, once, last, after a few days, last night, once upon a time,in the past, previously.) = Past IndefiniteTense.
Ex. I received your letter yesterday. One day I borrowed a book from you.


RULE 25: (Just, just now, already, yet, ever, lately, recently, immediately.) = present Perfect  Tense.
Ex. He has transferred from Dhaka recently.We have shifted to safe place immediately.


RULE 26: (mind/worth/without/get used to/got used to/ be used to/past,can’t help, couldn’t help, would you mind)+verb+ing
Ex. Would you mind having a cup of tea? He can’t help smoking.


RULE 27: Active voice – ( am, is , are, was, were, have been, has been, had been, shall be, will be, shall have been, will have been)+verb+ing
Ex. Rana is doing the sum. It has been raining since morning.


RULE 28:  9(ask, decide, demand, forget, happen, hope, learn, manage, neglect, offer, plain, prepare, promise, remember, seem, try , want)+ to
Ex.  Shihab neglects his friend. It seems to me false.  We have decided to start a  business.


RULE  29:   ( had better, had rather, would better, would rather, let, must, need, dare, make, would sooner, had sooner)+verb1
Ex.  He had better read news paper regularly. I will not let you enter  the class room.


RULE 30: ( It is time, It is high time, wish, fancy) = Past Indefinite
 Ex.  I fancy I turned a pale. It is high time we developed our country.


RULE 31: Lest…. Should…
Ex.   Walk fast lest you should miss the train. Read attentively lest you should fail  in the exam.


RULE 32 : (if, wish, as if , as though) unreal past = were
 Ex. If I were a doctor, I could treat the poor. I wish I were a king.


RULE 33: If  Past Indefinite tense, Sub+would/could/might+verb1
Ex.  If I were a doctor, I could treat the poor. If you came , I would go.


RULE  34:  If + Present Indefinitefuture Indefinite tense.or Sub.+may/can/shall/wil+v1
Ex.  If he runs in the rain, he will catch cold. If it rains , I will not go out.


RULE 35:  If + present perfect tense, Sub.+migh have/could have/ would have+verb 3
Ex.  If they had started earlier, they would have reached there in time. If I had seen him, I might have told him the news. 


RULE 36:  Present Indefinite or Present perfect tense +since+Past Indefinite tense.
Ex. It is many years since I came to Dhaka. Many years have passed since I had met her.


RULE 37:   Past Indefinite tense+ since+Past perfect tense.
Ex. Many years passed since I had seen her last.


RULE 38: Past Perfect+before+past Indefinite.    past Indefinite+after+past perfect.
Ex.The patient had died before the doctor came.The patient died after the doctor had come.


RULE 39: Beginning of the sentence- verb + ing or to + v1  (gerund, infinitive)
Ex. Rising early is a good habit. Sleeping is necessary to life. To take drugs leads a man to death.


RULE  40:        Verb+(how/what/when/which/why)+to
Ex.  He knows what to do. She taught me how to make a cup of tea.


RULE 41:   Things =  interesting ,    person = interested
 Ex.   History is very interesting subject. I am very much interested to meet him.


RULE 42: Uncountable noun ( water, air, tea, sugar, environment, furniture, kindness, rainfall, reputation, wood, paper, gum, courtesy, earth, bread, oxygen, smoke, bangla, English.)+singular verb.
Ex.  Air is very important element of the environment. Water plays a vital role in agriculture.


RULE 43 :   No+ noun   ,    Not+ adjective/adverb.
 Ex.  He has no education .He is not interested to study.


RULE 44:    Keep + noun+adjective.
Ex.   The teacher kept the boy silent.


RULE  45: No sooner had….than, Scarcely had…..when,  hardly had…before/when.
Ex.  No sooner had he seen the police than he ran away.


RULE 46:  (prefer, preferable, senior, junior)+to ( not  than).
Ex. Sumi is junior to me.  I prefer to reading to writing.


RULE 47: Don’t use ‘to’ before (home, abroad, here, there)
Ex. He went abroad last month. He will go home tomorrow.


RULE 48:  (Sun, Death, Summer, Winter, Fear, Anger, War)  =  His
Ex.    The sun sheds his beams on earth. The death lays his icy hand even on the earth.


RULE 49:  (Earth, Moon, charity, Beauty, softness, Hope, Spring, Modesty, Nature, Peace, Virtue, Mercy, Justice )  = Her
Ex.  The moon reflects her shade on earth. The Spring comes with all her beauties.


RULE 50: If Simple Sentence contains two main verbs , It may be 2nd verb with ing or to+2nd     verb with present form. 
Ex. I saw him going . I am going to open a coaching centre.

The Usage of Noun

Rule 1: Verb এবং Prepositionএর মাঝে  nounবসেExample: I eat rice at dinner time.
Rule 2: Article এবং Prepositionএর মাঝে  nounবসে। Example: The Secretary of the company is very well.
Rule 3: Preposition এর object রুপে noun ব্যবহৃত হয়। Example: The ring is made of gold.
Rule 4: Verb এর Subject রুপে noun ব্যবহৃত হয়। Example: Md. Torikul Islam is my English teacher.
Rule 5: Article এর পর সাধারনত Noun/adverb/adjective হয়। Example: The cow (N) is a domestic animal. A Slow (Adv) boy is not good . January is the first (Adj) month of English year.
Rule 6: Ing যুক্ত Verb এর পর সাধারনত  Noun হয় Example: I saw him playing Cricket.
Rule 7: Subject+Verb+Adv+Adj+Noun হয়। Example: She sings very (Adv) sweet (Adj) song (N).
Rule 8: Article এর পর  bracket থাকলে এর ভেতরের  verb টিকে  noun করতে হওয়। Example:The(make)      is always busy.=The maker is always busy.
Rule 9: My, our, your, his, her, their, its, one’s etc. এর পর bracket এর word টি noun হয় ।Example: I need his (co-operate)       . = I need his co-operation.
Rule 10And, or এর পূর্বে বা পরে সাধারনত noun হয়। Example: Tori and Alam are two brothers. Panna or Meem must do the sum.
Rule 11: Sentence এর শুরুতে bracket থাকলে ঐ word টি noun হয়। Example: (Poor)      leads a man to the hell.= Poverty leads a man to the hell.
Rule 12: Have/has/had(main verb)+bracket থাকলে ঐ word টি noun হয় । Example: She has (honest)      in her activities. = She has honesty in her activities.
Rule 13: Of এর পর  bracket এ  verb থাকলে  ing  যুক্ত হয় কিন্তু অন্য  parts of speech  হলে ঐ  word টি noun হয়। Example:  We should realize the importance of (educated)     for the child. We should realize the importance of education for the child.
Rule 14: Many/much এর পর  bracket এর word টি noun হয়। Example: You should take much (important)         on English. = You should take much importance on English.
                         More Exercise for doing well
21. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

Look
mingle
adulterate
punish
sell
direct
catch

The issue of food adulteration has drawn the attention of general public at present.There is hardly any food in our country that is not (a)----in one way or another.Substandard foods (b)----in most of the hotels.Very recently government (c)---the mobile court to (d)---into the horrible pictures of adulteration.They (e)---dishonest hoteliers red handed for using unhygienic food ingredients.

2. Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

troubled
understand
continue
Preaching
reigns
help
respect

Truth always (a)----- in the world. Falsehood may be triumph for the time being. Those who are engaged in (b)---- the truth are respected by the people. Those who feel interested in telling lies cannot prosper in life. They may prosper seemingly. But they cannot (c)…..all the time. Socrates throughout his life would preach the truth. He tried to make people (d)--- what was good for them. He was (e)…..by the powerful people. In spite of it, he never stopped teaching good things. 

 3.   Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

build
sit
lead
depend
work
remember
be

Bangladesh is a full of natural resources. The prosperity of the country does not  (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.”

4.    Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses: 

Follow
Make
neglect
Wait
come
Get
succeed

Time is very valuable. This valuable time does not (a)…. .for anybody. No power can stop it. It knows no pause in its course. It is not wise to (b)…..time. The man who makes the best use of time is sure to (e)------.All the famous persons of the world have (d)-------the best use of time. We should (e)----them. 
 5.    Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

Leave
Finish
Promise
Start
Offer

One day the great poet was  (a)------by Sultan Mahmood to write Shahanama in honour of the Sultan. The Sultan(b)—to pay Ferdousi  a piece of gold for each verse. Ferdousin finished his writing and it was found (c)---  sixty thousand verses and the Sultan now did not  (d)— to pay  sixty thousand gold coins.He wanted to to pay silver coins instead of gold coins. The poet did not  (e)---silver coins and returned to his village.

 6.   Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses: 5

Hold
Bring
dispel
Build
Suit
sit
educate

A teacher is an architect of a nation. He plays an important role in (a)…..up an educated nation. He (b)…….the darkness of ignorance from the lot of a nation. He is an actor while speaking. He has to (c)…..his act according to the need of his listeners. He is able to (d)….the attention of his students. He does not  (e)-------motionless before his class.
7.     Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses:  

Do
Expose
make
gain
Trust
tell
speak

Truthfulness is one of the greatest virtues which (a)….a man healthy great. A man is not (b)….by others if he does not cultivate the habit of speaking the truth. A man who is not trusted by anybody can (c)….any position. A man can achieve his ends once or twice by (d)…lies, but no permanent gain comes out of success. It must come to light sooner or late. Then the real character of the liar gets (e)….and nobody trusts him any more.

18. Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses:  

Beat
sit
say
hurry
deserve
see
Steal

There was a dishonest man in a village who did all sorts of mischief to the villagers. But when he did any evil work he (a)….that God had it done by him. One night the man (b)….some mangoes from the gardener of his neighbour. The owner of the garden saw him stealing mangoes and (c)---to the garden. Having reached the garden the took a stick and continued (d)….the dishonest man. Then the man said to him. “What have I done to (e)…..it,” 

19. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                            

undertake
solve
succeed
avoid
Teach
frustrate
eradicate

Illiteracy is a curse. It is the root cause of ignorance which (a)----all development efforts of the government and the community. No development effort can be (b)---unless illiteracy is removed. No Individual community or organization not even the government is capable of (c)----this huge problem is single handed. It is the social responsibility of all the literate people to (d)----illiteracy from society. We can not (e)---this responsibility. 
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110. Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses:       

vary
Be
find
earn
Have
live
become

Happiness is relative term. A person with a crown living in a palace may not be happy whereas a day labourer may (b)------happiness living in a shabby hut. Again happiness (b)------from person to person. A beggar can be happy if he (c)-----a coin but a business man who can (d)-------a huge sum of money a day may not be happy. Happiness (e)----only the blessing of Allah. 
111. Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses: 

Keep
Form
refresh
Walk
be
develop
revive
become

Walking is a good exercise. It (b)------our body and (b)------our mind. It (c)----beneficial for health. One can take fresh air and enjoy the beauty of nature if one (d)-----in the early morning. So walking should be (e)-------as a habit by people of  all ages. 
112. Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

Be
Use
Add
have
work
Change
Do
keep

Mobile phone is one of the wonder of modern science. It has (a)……a new dimension to our way of life and to the communication system. It is a telephone system that (b)…..without any wire. Mobile telecommunication (c)…. became a part of modern life. Now a days(d)….a mobile phone is not a luxury in this country like Bangladesh. People (e)…..mobile phone to do rapid communication.   


Answer:(a) desires (b) attain (c) dare not (d) is (e) should face
13. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                                                                                                                         

earn
Take
cause
thrive
execute
run
Eat

Everybody knows that food adulteration is a crime. Adulterated food is poisonous and it (a)…..fatal diseases. People (b)….this kind of food fall victim to liver diseases cancer, kidney failure and so on. Some businessmen who are avaricious and (c)…after money only do this heinous work, they (d)….on the miseries of others. They deserve severe punishment. The present government (e)…certain steps against adulteration 
14. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

inspire
take
control
paralyse
earn
try
groan
gallop

Prices of essentials are such a crucial factors that it directly (a)…..the life and living of the majority people of the country whether in the rural or urban areas. The measures so far (b)….by the government has (c)….appreciation from the people. But it is now being replaced by despair as the majority of the people have been (d)….under the crushing burden of (e)….prices. 
15. Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

is
confine
has
enable
discharge
read
acquire

There  (a)—rose without thorns, no rights without duties and no pleasures without pains. No wonder then that a student (b)—certain duties to perform. He has to(c)—duties to his own self to his parents, to his family, to his country and what is more to God. The first and foremost duty of a student is to (d)—knowledge. But he must not (e)—himself to the prescribed books.

16. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                                                                                                            

Prepare
command
ability
memorize
help
have
answer
write
their

Most of the students of our country are experts in (a)- -----answers. They do not prepare notes by themselves. They get them (b)-----by their tutors. Their tutor exercise their brain for students. So, the (c)-----power of the students does not develop. They do not have any (d)-----over the language. They of course, do well in the examination. But for this they can claim no credit of their own. This result can not (e)----them in their later life.p

17. Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

Help
Spend
have
take
Provide
Be
pass

Adult allowance is a noble programme taken in our country. In most of the developed countries of the world this kind of programme is (a) —by the government. The adults are (b)—care of by the government. But in our country the adults are mostly dependent on their sons and daughters. They do not(c)—the ability to work and earn. They (d)—sometimes treated roughly by their issues. They have to (e)—the days of their life depending on others.

18. Complete the passage with suitable verbs. Give their correct tenses:  

necessary
build
Act
rise
breed
damage
conclude
want

Self-control(a)—all other virtues. Man generally(b)—on impulses and strong desires. Vicious desire (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

 20. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

say
Be
provide
face
participate
enrich

Human life (a)---not static but dynamic. A man cannot reach the highest peak of success if he does not (b)---in extra co-curricular activities. Travelling is also an important part of co-curricular activities. It is traveling which (c)----our knowledge ,experience and promotes our attitudes. Therefore, traveling (d)---us with knowledge and practical experience. It can be clearly (e)---that our knowledge can be mobilized by traveling the different corners of the vast globe. 

21. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                
Provide
Struggle
serve
go
call
gain
help
The communication between students and a teacher (a)----a connection between the two, which (b)---a better atmosphere for a classroom environment. Of course a teacher is not (c)---to understand every problem for every student in the classroom but (d)---enough information for those students who (e)----with specific tasks.
22. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

believe
Move
return
get
think
have
Be

The universe (a)-----a very vast thing. In fact, it is unimaginably vast.But the primitive people (b)---a very narrow idea about the size and nature of the universe. They (c)---that the earth was flat and stationary. They (d)---that the earth was at the centre of the universe while the sun, the moon and the planets.(e)----round the earth.To them,the earth was the largest thing in existence. 
 23. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

adopt
Come
rise
pay
Do
achieve
Try

Honesty is a great virtue. An honest man is liked and trusted by all. The ignorant men adopt unfair means with a view to (a)----their objectives. In every walk of life, honesty (b)—most. An honest man may be poor, but he (c)----to become rich by (d)---dishonest means. His rise in life may be slow, but he (e)---every high in the long run. 
24. Fill in the gaps in the passage below with the right from of verbs.

Engaged
Be
make
beset
exploit
Take
Expect

Bangladesh is (a)—with lots of problems. Among them child labour is an acute one. Today millions of children are (b)—in various odd jobs. Today’s children are future adult people. If a large number of our future adults are oppressed and(c)--. We can(d)—anything for the nation. The future of our country depends upon the children engaged in a number of programmers to find a way out of this problem. We believe that the day (e)—too far when Bangladesh will be free from child labor.

25. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

Be
Have
take
purchase
Give
call
carry

Drugs (a)---a terrible effect on social life. It (b)----the addicts to an unreal world of dreams. This is (c)---hallucination. And this hallucination (d)---rise to social crimes. When the addicts cannot afford (e)----drugs they commit various kinds of social crimes. 
 26. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

create
hamper
cause
prevent
Be

Smoking (a)---a dangerous habit. More than eighty percent people of our country (b)---addicted to smoking. Smoking (c)---many fatal diseases. It (d)---the free circulation of blood through the veins. It (e)----our lungs. 

27. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

Remove
go
Be
take
give
Develop
compare

Education (a)------a man a clear conscious view of his own opinion and judgment, a truth in (b)----them. Therefore, it is often (c)-----to light which (d)------the darkness of ignorance and helps us distinguish between right and wrong. The primary purpose of education (e)-------the liberation of man from the restrictions and habits and attitudes which limit his humanity.
28. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

teach
continue
finish
triumph
Engage
help
Trouble

Truth always reigns in the world. False wood may be (b)---for the time being. Those who are (c)—in preaching the truth are respected by the people. Those who feel interested in telling lies cannot prosper in life. They may prosper seemingly. But they can(c)—all the time. Socrates throughout his life would preach the truth. He tried to make people understand what was good for them. He was (d)---by the powerful people. In spite of it, he never stopped (e)----good things. 
29. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

Suffer
eat
live
start
find
mean
Choose

Basic need (a)----something necessary to life without which we cannot do. One of them is food without which we would not (b)---.In spite of eating plenty of food we will (c)----from malnutrition if we cannot (d)---the right kind of food. In primitive societies, people used to (e)---food as we do now. 
30. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

mean
flow
understand
Take
Make
pass
Be

Learning a language (a)---learning also its culture and so language cannot be taught or learned apart from culture. The relationship between the two (b)---functional and mutually complementary. You have compared perhaps language with an electric wire which may be dead in itself. Culture could be current that (c)---through this wire and (d)—it active and purposeful. You (e)----both language and culture to be integrated. 
31. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

give
consider
visit
Start
Be
increase
Play

Travelling (a)----a vital role in (b)---one’s knowledge. But before taking the decision to go somewhere, you should consider the finance, climate, suitability, pleasing, facts etc. There are many tourist spots in our country. Among them the sea beach of Cox’s Bazer, Mahastangar, Lalmai, Maynamati, Ahsan Monjil, Lalbag Fort are remarkable. Before (c)---for a visit you should remain careful of your physical and mental fitness also. According to your time and money, your (d)----hours should be (e)----.Otherwise your dream may turn to a big Zero. Travelling gives pleasure to our mind and body. 

32. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

Amuse
like
simple
symbolize
consider
modernize
supply

A flower (a)---beauty and purity. Flowers (b)---us with immense pleasure. Our minds (c)---at the beauty of different kinds of flowers. Consequently, flowers (d)----to be the food of human mind. Who (e)---flowers? 

33. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

feel
lead
make
inspire
create
imply
devote

Patriotism is a noble virtue. It (a)---a man to do everything just and fair for his country and people. Actually it (b)----those qualities which makes a person (c)---his/her life for the well being of his country. Patriotic zeal (d)----a person dutiful, energetic and enthusiastic. On the other hand, those devoid of patriotic zeal (e)----any scruple to plot against the country. 
34. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                  

Think
build
die
believe
go
call
have
bury

The Egyptians believed that after people died they (a)….to another world. They (b)….that people would still need many of the things they had on earth. Their king had many wonderful treasures. They buried those treasures with them. The kings (c)….in the open ground or in grave yards. They buried them in great buildings or tombs (d)….pyramids. These pyramids (e)…out in the deserts.
  35. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

allow
be
make
contribute
arrange
work
take

Now a days women (a)---a lot to our national economy.In the past, the society (b)—them to come out of doors.They (c)---confined within the four walls of the house.At present,they can (d)---part in various outdoor activities and (e)---alongside then.
36. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

lie
encompass
wither
know
have
decline

It is better to (a)---brain than beauty while physical beauty is purely visual.The beauty of brain is all (b)---.It is,therefore, a known fact that beauty is only skin deep.Most beautiful people are just superficial : beneath their exterior countenance (c)----based qualities of jeolousy,wickedness,pride and arrogance.Physical beauty is not everthing for it (d)---with age and time.Thus,what is its peak in youth (e)---away with age.


37. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                
create
circulate
go
do
Be
accept
can
Money is an essential thing.No man can do without money.Even no nation can (a)---without money.It (b)---the functions of a medium, a measure, a standard and a store.Money may be white or black.White money (c)---the legal money.It is (d)---by all.This kind of money is (e)---throughout the country. 

38. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

acheive
earn
taste
beome
Remove

We (a)----independence on 16th December,1971.This independence was (b)---- at the cost of a great sacrifice.But have we (c)---- real Independence in the true sen
se?Still there are want,poverty,illiterate and injustice in the society.Many people are still homeless and shelterless.The rich have (d)---- richer and the poor have become poorer.It is our sacred duty to (e)------ this miserable plight of the coutry.
40. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   
progress
be
love
make
try
do
Bangladesh (a)---- our land of birth.We (b)---- the blue sky,the green fields,the murmuring sound of the rivers and the simple people of this country.The man who (c)----- his country is a patriot.A real patriot loves his country more than his life.It is our holy duty to (d)---- efforts for the welfare and (e)---- of our motherland. 

41. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

be
Hold
keep
remember
cover

Twenty 1st February is a memorable day of our life.Every year we remember this day with respect.It is a government holiday.The national flag is kept half mast this day.Various meetings and seminars are held.Every Shaid Minar is covered with flowers.Those who laid down their lives for language ,are immortal.

42. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

take
lay
exploit
be
remember
rule
respect

Bangladesh (a)---- not independent formerly.Others ruled and (b)----- this country. So, a war of independence (c)---- place in 1971.Nearly 30 lacs of heroes (d)--- down their lives in this way.We (e)---- them with respect.


43. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

feel
try
need
do
call
be
work

Industry (a)--- the root of success.It is not possible to (b)--- any great work without industry.Our Bangladesh is a poor country.But we feel proud to (c)--- it Golden Bengal.The people of the developed countries (d)--- very industrious.On the other hand,many among us are idle and reluctant to (e)------. 
44. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

be
wait
make
succeed
waste
use
try

The value of time (a)---- infinite.Time (b)--- for none.So,it is essential for us to be conscious about time.Those who (c)---- right use of time succeed in life.None can (d)--- in life by wasting time.Man prospered by making proper use of time.Therefore,it is absolute foolishness to (e)----- time.
45. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

remember
endure
turn
exhaust
change
forget
feel

The love of mother is never exhausted.It never changes,it never tires.The father may turn on a child,brothers and sisters may become deadly enemies.But a mother’s love endures through all.A mother always remembers her child’s smile. 
    46. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

try
realize
need
protect
achieve
retain
be

We (a)----- the inhabitants of independent  Bangladesh.Freedom (b)--- the inherent right of man.No nation can (c)---- it without efforts.Again,it is more difficult to (d)--- independence than to achieve it.It is the sacred duty of every citizen to (e)--- the independence of motherland. 

47. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

need
remain
go
live
call
like
obey

Man cannot live alone.He has to take the help of others.So man lives together.So he is called the social creature.One cannot do whatever he likes in the society.He has to obey the laws of the country.If laws are not obeyed in society there is chaos and confusion.So we all should obey laws. 
48. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

need
work
need
make
will
be
lead

The life of a student is a life of preparation for the struggle of life.To make him well fited for the struggle,education is necessary.Students of today will lead the nation to morrow.But if their education is not complete.Would they be able to lead the country to peace and prosperity?
 50. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

work
remain
stay
realize
name
feel
be

Industry (a)--- the key to success.No noble deed is possible without industry.Our Bangladesh is poor but we (b)---- proud of her.We (c)---- her Sonar Bangla.The people of the developed countries (d)--- very hardworking.But we are lazy and reluctant to (e)----.
51. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

aim
make
mean
bring
get
goal
need

The aim of education is to (a)--- a man fully equipped to be useful to himself and to the society.It (b)--- to develop the whole nation –his body and soul.Education (c)--- at providing a child with opportunities to (d)---- out all the talents that he he posseses. Educated man should be well mannered , througtful ,creative.If the soul does not (e)----- beauty through education,that education has no value. 
 52. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

feel
need
decrease
increase
fix
be
stand

A language never (a)---- still.It is always changing and developing.These changes (b)-- rapid in primitive societies,but slow in advanced ones ,because the invention of printing and the spread of education have (c)---- a traditional usage.The only important change (d)----- that English has undergone since the sixteenth century is a very large (e)----- in its vocabulary. 
53. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                
delight
Learn
speak
Learn
like
enrich
be
English (a)--- an international language.There is no country in the world where english is not (b)-----.Once one has taken delight in this language,one cannot but (c)--- it.It is with the purpose to (d)---- the Bangla language that one should learn English.Do you not (e)---- speaking English.
54. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

go
continue
cultivate
acquire
form
should
need

Punctuality is to be (a)----- and formed into a habit.This quality is to be (b)--- through all our work from our boyhood.Boyhood is the seed time.The habit (c)--- at this time will (d)----- all through our life. “Everything at the right time”(e)---- be our motto.
    55. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

take
need
consist
bring
fall
content
have

Happiness (a)----- in contentment. So we should not run after more and more money.Sometimes it may (b)----- about some unexpected troubles and one may (c)---- a victim to dangers for his inusual greed for money.We all should be (d)---  with what we (e)-----.

  56. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

be
has
stand
honour
do
work
respect

Bangladesh (a)---- her own national flag.It (b)--- for our sovereignity and it is the symbol of our national pride and prestige.It (c)------ the symbol of our national hope and ideas.All the Bangladeshis (d)------ the national flag.It is also honoured by the people of all oher countries of the world as we (e)--- their national flag.
    57. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 
give
attain
should
has
kind
try
be
Man is the best of the creation.Allah has given men some noble virtues.Kindness is one of them.Allah is kind to him who is kind to others.Every one should try this noble virtue and be kind to others.Without kindness a man cannot attain perfection.
  58. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                 

feel
were
lived
introduce
die
live
see

Books (a)---- us into the best society ;they bring us into the presence of the greatest minds that have ever (b)---.We heat what they said and did,we see then as if they ever really alive.We are participators in their thoughts ,we (c)---- with them,grieve with them and we (d)--- as if we were in a major actors in the scenes which they describe.The great and the good do not (e)--- even in this world.Emblemed in books the sprits walk about.The book is a living voice.
59. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

give
Form
Be
live
conquerer
advance
try
work
need
Succeed

Man (a)---a social being. He lives in society because society (b)----him security. But it is man who (c)---society. Man cannot live alone. He (d)----the help of others to survive. So man (e)---together in co-operation with one’s another from time immemorial. He has been (f)---hard to bring about changes in society. He (g)---in developing society and the condition of his life by dint of his own efforts. He (h)---many forces of nature.He is (i)---hard to earn complete mastery over nature.He (j)---step by step. 
60. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

Be
situate
observe
protect
call
name
enjoy

The Sundarbans that is the unique creation of nature is (a)----- the 52nd  World Heritage site.It (b)----- called Mangrove forest.It is (c)---- in the southern part of Bangladesh.It is one of the biggest mangrove forests in the world.It (d)----- southern part of our country in time of natural disaster. Many people go to the Sunadarbans to (e)----- the natural beauties.
61. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.                                                                

Prepare
be
achieve
satisfy
require
result

Man has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. He is not (a)----with what he has known and seen. He wants to know and see more and more. The curiosity to know more (b)---him to undertake and carry out hand and dangerous tasks which eventually (c)---in epoch making discoveries and inventions. In the fields of science and technology, man in the meantime  has (d)----what was once inconceivable. Man has already landed on the moon and (e)---for a journeys to the Mars.

    62. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   
Visit
grow
make
be
come
forgive
be
Dhaka (a)---a very ancient and historical city.It (b) ---into the lime light when Islam Khan (c)-----Dhaka the seat of provincial government in 1652.Present old Dhaka(d)---once the heart of Dhaka city.It (e)----by many foreigners. 

63. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   
Write
become
neglect
take
change
rehabilitate
cause
Acid throwing is a serious crime (a)---harm to a victim physically and mentally .An acid survivor (b)----by us. The life of an acid survivor totally (c)-----.However,victims(d)----and stern steps (e)-----to control this violence. 
64. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

prove
stop
live
happen
cope
know
read

We (a)----in an age of science and technology.But if we remain ignorant of the incidents(b)----in our country as well as in the world, we will (c)----unfit for the world.By reading newspapers,we are able to (d)-----new scientific inventions,economic development and political situation of our country.Without this kind of knowledge we can not(e)-----with others. 
   65. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

enjoy
flood
show
enjoyable
look
be

A moonlit night (a)-----one of the greatest gifts of God.On a moonlit night Nature really (b)----very beautiful and charming.Nature seems to (c)----with the soft silvery radiance of the moon.We cannot help (d)----our gratefulness to God.Thus everybody wants to (e)----himself on a moonlit night. 
Answer: (a) is (b) looks (c) be flooded (d) showing (e) enjoy
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      66. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   
To have
To be
find
see
need
bore
buy
Living in a city (a)-----both advantages and disadvantages.On the plus side,it is often easier (b)----work and there is usually a choice of public transport,so you (c)---own a car.Also,there are lots of interesting things to do and places(d)----.However,for every plus there is a minus.For one thing, if you don’t have a very well paid job,you (e)----able to afford many of the things that there are to do; because living in a city is often very expensive.
67. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

pave
consider
posses
lag
regard
flow
To be

Energy (a)----as a vital element for the prosperity of a nation.Since Bangladesh (b)---mcuh energy resources.It (c)----behind in development activities in comparison with other countries of the world.So Bangladesh (d)----as a least developed country.But sufficient energy resource (e)----a country to the way of development.
68. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   

keep
be
enjoy
read
mean
find
derive

A library (a)-----a collection of books of various subjects.The word ‘library’ is (b)---from latin word ‘libre’which (c)-----a book.But in actual use, a library is a house where books are (d)----for (e)----.

69. Complete the passage with suitable verbs from the list. Put them in the correct tenses. Use negatives where necessary.   
keep
be
entertain
give
know
enrich
avoid
The importance of English (a)----to all.(b)----an international language.English holds the key to the broad expanse of learning and knowledge.Many great writers have (c)---this language.If we (d)----English,we (e)----ourselves aloof from the civilized world.

6 comments:

Tuhin Sir said...

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utpal karmakar said...

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raj dabhi said...

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ansh kushwaha said...

Rule 35 is wrong
In place of present perfect there would be past perfect