শিক্ষার্থীদের ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

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শিক্ষার্থীদের ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

আশফিক নোমান ২:১৫ অপরাহ্ণ, আগস্ট ০৫, ২০১৯

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শিক্ষার্থীদের ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয়পত্র

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Exercise-1 : Honesty is (a) — to be (b) — best policy. An honest man never (c) — from the path (d) — morality. He is (e) — by (f) — but hated by (g) — . (h) — enemies believe and respect an (i) — and truthful man. So, it is our duty to remain honest (j) — our life.
Answer: (a) considered; (b) the; (c) deviates; (d) of; (e) loved; (f) all; (g) none; (h) Even; (i) honest; (j) in;

Exercise-2 :Robert Brush was a famous king of Scotland. England was a great (a) — of his kingdom. So, he was driven (b) — from his kingdom by the English. For this, he had to fight against (c) — English for the defence of his country and (d) — men. But he was (e) — unfortunate fellow. He fought (f) — his kingdom several times but every time he was defeated. So, he was (g) — despair. One day while (h) — in a lonely cave, an incident drwe his attention. He swa that a spider was trying to reach its target. Six times it tried and every time it failed. 

Answer: (a) enemy; (b) away; (c) the; (d) country; (e) an; (f) for; (g) in; (h) lying.
Exercise-3 : in/ for/ of/ life/ a/ the/ when/ reap/ swo
Youth is (a)—best time of (b)—. This is the time (c)—it is most important (d)—one to remember the maxim: ‘As you (e)—, so shall you reap.’ One must swo (f)—seeds of industry, truthfulness, honesty and other virtues (g)—this season to (h)—the harvest of prosperity and happiness.
Answer: (a) the; (b) life; (c) when; (d) for; (e) sow; (f) the; (g) in; (h) reap.
Exercise-4: develop/ to/ fear/ conscious/ both/ punish for/ be.

Nowadays, parents are very (a)—of the harmful effects of (b)—on children. Child psychologists think that (c)—physical and mental punishment can be disastrous (d)—a child’s growth and (e)—. It may lead to (f)—and hatred of the person who (g)—the child. Again, if a child (h)—punished, he may lack initiative. He may also feel hostile (i)—others. So, rude behaviour may gradually (j)—in him.
Answer: (a) conscious;
(b) punishment; (c) both;
(d) for; (e) development;
(f) fear; (g) punish;
(h) is; (i) to; (j) develop.
Exercise-5 : Illiteracy is not (a) — boon to us. It is undoubtedly a (b) — . It hinders all kinds (c) — development of a country. Illiteracy causes great (d) — to us. Since we are not (e) — of the gravity of the problem, we cannot take steps to increase our
(f) — rate. As a result, we are (g) — behind. We have to depend (h) — the foreign aids. So, all should come forward (i) — to remove illiteracy. Then, the
(j) — of our country will be possible.
Answer: (a) a; (b) curse;
(c) of; (d) harm; (e) conscious; (f) literacy; (g) lagging; (h) on; (i) unitedly;
(j) development;

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