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Mr. Rashid, a retired government officer (a) — his late sixties, has become very lonely since his wife died (b) — year ago. He has two well-to-do sons but they are too much busy (c) their own lives to give him any time. Not that they are unkind to him. (d) — provide him with whatever physical comfort he needs but what he really wants is love and affection. Their lack (e) — attention makes him sad. But no one seems to realize that, His little grandchild Samir (f) —                                             afternoons, if his health permits, Mr. Rashid goes out for a (h) — in the nearby park. There he meets people of his own age and exchanges a few words with them. This is the best time (i) — his day and he enjoys it very much. At times Mr. Rashid wonders if old people will ever be considered important (j) — their families and to the society.



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Shamed Doctor Shamsuzzoha is considered to be (a) — first intellectual who attained martyrdom during the pre-liberation period (b) — Bangladesh. Following the killing of Sergeant Zohurul Hogue (c) — prison by the autocratic Ayub Khan government, a flame of protest spread (d) — erstwhile East Pakistan, (e) — February 17, 1969 Section 144 was enforced on Rajshahi city, (f) — students of Rajshahi University who had joined the protest, took (g) — a procession in                   violation of Section 144 and were locked in (h) — clash with police in front of the residence of the Principal of Rajshahi Medical College. As a result, several (i) — were injured. On hearing this, Doctor Zoha, a professor of chemistry and proctor of the university, rushed to the spot and                                                                                                   took the injured students (j) — hospital.



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Scientists have recently reported that (a) — polar ice caps are melting. This is due to (b) — rise in atmosphere temperatures known as the ‘Greenhouse Effect.’ Carbon di-oxide is primarily responsible (c) — temperature rise in atmosphere. The carbon di-oxide is given (d) — when coal and oil are burnt. This gas is accumulating in the (e) — and the ice caps in the North and South poles are melting. This may eventually lead (f) — a rise in the sea-levels which could inundate many areas (g) — the globe. The ‘Greenhouse Effect’ is just one (h) — the many fundamental changes which are taking place in the environment. Tropical rain forests, which took fifty million years to grow are being depleted (i) — the rate of fourteen acres per minute. The total area of the world’s deserts is increasing every year. Many species of animals and plants are endangered with (j) — threat of extinction.



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We generally fall (a) — jam on the roads and streets. Sometimes, specially (b) — rainy season water remains stagnant (c) — the road even for 2/3 days which causes (d) — serious traffic jam. Water remain; logged on (e) — road from 1 to 1.5 feet. The (f) — gets intensified with dust, mud etc. Most (g) — the time the drainage system is not active and it becomes troublesome (h) — the passerby. The pedestrian; face a lot of problems as they can’t move freely, (i) — drainage system should be activated and cit authorities should be careful (j) — this respect.



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All species are important (a) — maintaining ecological balance. If one is lost, (b) — whole natural environment gets changed. We should save our wildlife (c) — protect the environment (d) — being spoilt. Many countries are now taking (e) — to protect their endangered wildlife. Mankind must develop (f) — concern for (g) — creatures and must ensure that (h) —will not perish. Destroying (i) — creatures means destroying ourselves. It is high time we protected them. Love for animals means love (j) —mankind.



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Television has become (a) — most common and widespread source of entertainment (b) — the present world. A wide (c) — of programmers of varied interest is telecast (d) — numerous channels. Almost every middle class and even (e) — class facility. (f) — television set today. Television programmers are not only enjoyable but also highly educative, (g) — example, television is used for distance learning. Courses run (h) — the Open University are shown (i) — BTV. Several channels like the Discovery and (j) — National Geographic channels telecast highly informative programmers.



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Literally and truly, one cannot get on well in (a) — world without money. To be in want (b) — it, is to pass through life (c) — little credit or pleasure; it is to be despised; it is not to be asked (d) — to dinner, or noticed in the street; it is not to have (e) — opinion consulted or else rejected (f) — contempt, it is to be scrutinized (g) — strangers and neglected by friends, it is to forego (h) — , freedom, ease of body and mind, to be dependent (i) — the good will and caprice (j) — others.



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Communicative competence refers to (a) — ability to use language appropriately (b) — various circumstances. There are two ways (c) — developing communicative competence in (d) — language. The first is acquisition which is similar (e) — the way people develop ability in their (f) — tongue. They are aware only of the fact that they are using the language (g) — communication. It is a natural, subconscious process (h) — which users are not aware of acquiring a language (i) — non-technical terms, acquisition is ‘picking (j) —’ a language spontaneously.



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Higher education (a) —. Britain has experienced (b) — dramatic expansion. One in three young people now enters higher education compared (c) — one in six in 1989. The number (d) — graduates also has increased tremendously. There are (e) — 90 universities in Britain which offer courses in (f) — wide range of subjects including traditional arts subjects as well as science and technology, (g) — 90% students receive government rewards covering tuition fees and maintenance grant. Parents also contribute (h) — amount depending (i) — their income. The overseas students have (j) — pay very high tuition fees.



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If all the children in Bangladesh went (a) — school, the country would get rid of the curse (b) — illiteracy. To boost up the education, (c) — government should spend more money. Subsidies must be given (d) — the education sector. Teachers are needed to be trained (e) — good teaching. The poor students can be brought (f) — ‘Food for Education’ programmer. We should take care that no institution is closed (g) — due to political clashes. More co-curricular activities are to be included to enable the students (h) — develop their non-academic skills like debating, creative thinking and organized events, etc. It is our social responsibility (i) — educate our children and the failure of which will lead to (j) — catastrophe.



















English is called (a) — international language. In almost all countries there are (b) — who can speak English. No other language than English serves the purpose of (c) — common language through which people can communicate (d) — one another across the national border. We should learn English (e) — a great variety (f) — purposes. English is a skill basic subject. We should therefore learn (g) — four skills listening, speaking, reading and writing, (h) — communicative approach to learning English does not require one to know or learn definitions (i) — grammar item. Traditional grammar has little or no place (j) — learning English through the communicative approach.


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Education is one of (a) — basic need of a human being. It is important (b) — the development of (c) —. Many illiterate people do not have any knowledge (d) — health. If they were educated, they could live (e) — healthy and planned (f) —. Education teaches us how (g) — live well. It enables us to make (h) — right choice 0) — life. It enhances our ability (j) — face our everyday problems.



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While eating food we should bear (a) — mind that we don’t eat just to satisfy hunger or (b) — fill the belly. We eat to preserve our health. For good health (c) — man needs good food. Sometimes it so happens that people who live even in the midst (d) — plenty do not eat (e) — food they need (f) — good health. Because they have no (g) — of science and health and nutrition. They do not know how to select (h) — balanced diet (i) — the many foods that are available (j) — them.



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It is very natural that man loves his life most (a) — all things and he wants to live or survive a bit longer(b) — any cost. However, every year thousands of people commit suicide (c) — Bangladesh. It is seen that most of the people committing suicide are those married women who depend (d) — their husbands for their living. But why do they commit suicide when people love their lives (e) —? Most probably, the decide to kill themselves when they feel entirely helpless and meaningless (f) — live. The bitterness and sufferings of life become totally unbearable. However, (g) — incident of suicide among the self-reliant women is very rare. So, can’t we say that (h) — unfortunate women would not have committed suicide they had been self-reliant and had (i) — independent way of earning their livelihood without being dependent (j) — their husbands



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Although blind people cannot see, their sense of (a) — becomes far more developed than that (bi — most sighted people. This ability was put to use, by (c) — brilliant man called Louis Braille, (d) — r-early nineteenth (e) —, he invented a way of writing which beared his name, (f) — Braille system reproduces the letters of the alphabet by a series of dots (g) — certain positions, which are raised (h -the paper. The blind person runs the tips (i) — his fingers across the pages of the Braille book, and car work (j) — the printed letters and numbers printed there.



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Dictionaries are very important books in (a) — life of a people. A dictionary lists the words (b) – -a language alphabetically so that the reader may find them easily, (c) — dictionary entry gives us the accepted spelling of a word, its division (d) — syllable, its pronunciation, its origins, and (e — meanings. Sometimes a dictionary also provides synonyms, or opposites (f) — a word. In addition, if r word is a (g) — that describes a visible thing, (h) — dictionary may provide a picture of it. Dictionaries u — the past, present and (j) — can become your teachers and good friends.



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Children become very joyous on a day (a) — festival. If it is their birthday, their joys become (b) flooded. They become very eager to have wishes (c) — their beloved persons. Whole the days they w« to spend times (d) — joys. Usually a child on her birthday gets (e) —early and tries to remain close to her parents. It becomes (f) —favorite day, if she is presented anything very nice to her. Children also want  to have their friends invited to their house (g) — a festival. They expect to have (h) — patty. Their give pleasure (j) — their elders. We should try (j) — keep the children always in a festive mind.



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Hamidur Rahman was (a) — man who gave shape to the concept and design (b) — the Shaheed Minar, (c) — combining all the aspirations of Bengali identity and nationalism. He was (d) — first art student of Bangladesh who (e) — the 1950s went to Europe and studied (f) — “Ecole de Beaux Art” in Paris. He was the design (g) — the new painting movement in the (h) — Pakistan. But he is most remembered (i) — his remarkable (j)— of the Central Shaheed Minar.




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Education for girls is essential (a) — the development in all spheres of the society. So, investments in (b) — education of women will bring (c) — greater welfare in the field (d) — economic and social development. Educated women can contribute more (e) — the family sector than those who have no schooling. Educated (f) — are more likely to send their children to school and look (g) — their health and nutrition. Thus educated women can contribute (h) — the family development, (i) — the other hand, failure to educate women is a tremendous waste (j) — human resource.



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The world is getting warmer because (a) — pollution. Every year millions (b) — people all over the world die unnecessarily as (c) — result of pollution, (d) — the recent years there have been alarming reports that (e) — world’s climate is undergoing (f) — significant change. All these reports provide strong (g) — that world temperatures are increasing day (h) — day. Climatologists predict that mid-way (i) — the next century temperatures may have risen as (j) — as 4°C.



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Many diseases are rising at (a) — alarming rate, which experts believe is due (b) — increased pollution of (c) — environment. Pollution appears to be greater (d) — urban areas although rural societies too are afflicted (e) — severe use (f) — chemical fertilizers and insecticides. Nevertheless, today city people used to  suffer (g) — many more diseases and suffer more (h) — than country people. Now let us see how life (i) — cities is different from that in the (j) —.



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Language is (a) — important medium of expression of thoughts, feelings, ideas etc., we use it (b) — the moment we wake (c) — in the morning till we go to bed (d) — night. We use language not only during our waking hours but also (e) — our dreams. We use language (f) — express what we feel and to say (g) — we like or dislike. We also use it (h) — obtain information. In short language is (i) — integral part of what we do, perceive and believe. We must avoid using bad (j) —.



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In 1884 France presented the United States (a) — gift as a dramatic gesture (b) — friendship. This massive gift was (c) — the form of a huge copper statue. Its right name is “Liberty Enlightening (d) — world”. Most people, however, know it simply as the Statue of Liberty. The pieces (e) — the statue arrived in the United States in 214 cases. The French people donated the money for the structure of the (f) —. Grateful, the people of the United States collected the funds (g) — the round granite and concrete pedestal. This impressive monument found a permanent home (h) — Liberty Island in New York harbors. At 151 feet and 1 inch high, it remains one of the largest statues in the world. The monumental lady (i) — the torch quickly became (j) — Symbol of American democracy.



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Micro-credit institutions have (a) — great importance in Bangladesh. Grammeen Bank is one (b) — them which has international recognition. It lends money to (c) — poor especially (d) — rural women. It emphasizes (e) — need to develop skills and raise consciousness among them. It creates employment opportunity (f) — rural women. This (g) — has a positive effect (h) — their economic variables and (i) — planning. It also helps to of (j) — poverty.




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Investment in education (a) — girls increases the economic and social returns (b) — development investment (c) — all other sectors. Educating girls contributes to creating wealth through its impact on economic development. Educated women have (d) — higher income potential than those who have had (e) — schooling. Educated mothers are more likely to send both their boys and girls (f) — school. It is important to realizes that (g) — in girl’s education generally results from (h) — integrated approach to community development. Thus failing to educate girls results in (i) — tremendous waste (j) — potential human resources.



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(a) — ancient times, education was not (b) — the general people but a privilege for (c) — chosen few who took (d) — traditional roles in the development (e) — the state and in religion, (f) — Greece education became more widespread in (g) — the 5th century BC. (h) — Greeks, however, sent only the;-male children to school. When Rome was conquered by the Greeks, the Romans under Greek influence ran (i) — strong strategy of (j) —.



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Once (a) — a time, there was a king who was very fond of knowing his future (b)— the astrologers, famous astrologer happened to stop at his capital (c) — his way to Bananas. The king called on him know about his future and (d) — astrologer told him something unpleasant, (e) — this the king g: furious and condemned him to death saying, “Men like you should not live to spoil the peace of (f)- -world.” But another thought had crossed his mind (g) — the astrologer was removed for execution. “How long will you live?” asked the king, (h) — ready wit the astrologer said, “The stars declare that shall die only a week before your majesty. So, good bye. “Hearing this, (j) — king turned pale like dead man and shouted”, Drive this wretch (j) —, let him not come here again.”



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Always illiteracy problem is (a) — paramount task of the hour. We must educate all (b) —- our people to ensure (c) — balanced development; otherwise all of our development plans must go (d) — vain, can educate (e) — people, half of our problems will be automatically solved. That’s (f) —, educate called the nerve of (g) —. All strength and power to balance the development of the country are originated (h) — education. So, we must give topmost priority (i) — education sector if we really  want the enlistment  (j) — our dear motherland.



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Trees are very useful (a) — human beings. They prevent the rich top soil (b) — being washed away by rain water and floods. You can see trees being planted (c)-— mountain slopes, on .roadsides, (d) — parks and gardens. Trees give us shade. They add life to (e) — place with their colorful flowers, beau leaves, fruits and thick trunks. They provide shelters (f) — birds and animals. They give us tin: medicines, paper, gum and many other useful things. They take (g) — carbon dioxide and give ox-As you know, (h) — now man needs oxygen (i) — breathe and live. Trees are our best friend, should protect them and plant more trees (j) — us



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Animals must be able to protect themselves (a) — enemies in order to survive. Different (b) —have different ways. Some (c) –have ‘protective coloring that is their colors changes (d) — match the surroundings, (e) — common tree toad changes from gray to green when (f) — moves from the their (g) — tree to a (h) — leaf. Similarly the dead-leaf butterfly escapes being seen (i) — its enemies because it  looks like (j) — dry leaf.



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Hello, my name is Charles Karoro and I am (a) — banker. My salary is okay but the day to day expenses (b) — Nairobi are pretty high. Both housing and food are costly in (c) — capital. I have rented an apartment but it is really too small (d) — my family. Of course it doesn’t have a garden. So my wife Maria, who loves gardening, can’t grow anything. She can’t go (e) — to work either because there’s no one else in the house to look (0 — the children. So the whole family depends (g) — my income alone. I have great hopes for my children and would like to send (h) — to a good school. But good schools are very expensive. I am not sure how much I will be able to help them. Moreover, I am often (i) — a fix about whether I should share my income with my brothers in (j) — village.



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Education is one of (a) — basic needs of a human being and is essential (b) — every kind of development, (c) — enables us to make right choices (d) — life. It enhances our ability to raise (e) —, store food, protects (f) — environment, and carries (g) — our social responsibilities. It provides us with (h) — enlightened awareness (i) — things. But education has to be adopted, (j) — is not merely getting degrees from schools, colleges and universities. It is something more lasting, more humane.



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Overeating means taking too much food than (a) — needs. We eat not to overload our (b) — but to maintain (c) — sound health, (d) — sound health depends on eating habit to some extent. Overeating tells (e) — our health, (f) — raising awareness of the people (g) —habit (h) — overeating can be stopped. With (i) — view to keeping our body fit, (j) — should avoid taking too much food.



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There are many people in our country who have (a) — conservative outlook. Quite early in life they learn (b) — believe that everything (c) — this world was predetermined. They think all that happens to them was ordered (d) — God. From this belief the poor generally accept their poverty. They (e) — accept all their sorrows and sufferings (f) — trying much to overcome them. They also hold (g) — firm belief that those who undergo (h) — in this world will be amply rewarded in (i) — next world. They also have (j) — same sort of attitude towards illness and disease.



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It seems hard to believe that I’ve been in Saver (a) — a whole month now! I promised to write and tell you how I was getting (b) —. So here goes. When I first got here I just couldn’t get used (c) — the slow pace of life. Now, though, I am learning to take things (d) — I am beginning to feel (e) — home. You can’t imagine how beautiful (f) — university campus is. Its very large’ very green and probably (g) — best campus in the country. It’s simply wonderful. My first impression (h) — the students and teachers here is that they are really friendly and helpful. And the library is wonderful. As you know, i am staying in (i) — hall of residence but life here is so different particularly if you are used (j) — home comforts.



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The British have reputation (a) — keeping their emotions private. Some obvious things are noticeable (b) — British behavior. For example, (c) — public transport one passenger does not usually talk (d).— another passenger. On meeting, people do not embrace and (e) — simply shake hands on (0 — first introduction. In (g) —, concert halls and cinemas audiences remain quiet (h) — performances. None of these behavior traits should be interpreted as unfriendliness. If a visitor makes the first move (i) — start (j) — conversation, he will find a British people are friendly.



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The disposal of various kinds (a) — waste is seriously polluting (b) — environment. The world’s climate is undergoing (c) — significant change. Global warming is the cause of the increase of heat (d) — the atmosphere. The climatologists predict that it will be (e) — to find a suitable place to live (f) —. Every year millions of people all over (g) — world die unnecessarily as a result of pollution. These (h) — and avoidable deaths are brought about (i) — four specific factors. We should take drastic (j) — to control these problems.



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The computer is (a) — fairly recent invention. It has now become (b) — essential part of modern life. It has greatly benefited us and brought (c) — revolutionary changes in our life, (d) — device that helps people perform mathematical calculation may be called a computer, (e) — this sense the abacus is a (f — computer. Today, however, the term, computer refers to special kind (g) — electronic machine that can perform mathematical calculations and process large masses of information at (h) — great speed. In a few minutes (i) — computer can perform calculation that (j) — mathematicians would need years to complete.



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A library serves as (a) — best source of knowledge both (b) — the students and the teachers. It is a large collection of books, (c) — these there are books on courses that are taught (d) — different classes. There are books (e) — extra-curricular subjects also. In the library newspapers and periodicals are also available. The library appeals to (f) — tastes of different people. Books are arranged in shelves neatly. There are library assistants who are also helpful for (g) — readers. One head librarian looks (h) — the library. So the readers do not have any problem in finding out the right book. There is also (i) — reading room where silence prevails. One can also take books from (j) — library for reading at home b-submitting library cards to the librarian.



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The computer is (a) — fairly recent invention. It has now become (b) — important part of modern life, it has greatly benefited (c) — and brought about revolutionary changes (d) — our life. Any device that helps people perform mathematical calculation may be called (e) — computer. In this sense the abacus is a (f) — computer. Today, however, (g) — term computer refers to special kind (h) — electronic machine that can perform mathematical calculations and process large masses of information (i) — a great speed. In a few minutes (j) — computer can perform calculation that trained mathematicians would need years to complete.



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The development of railway in (a) — 19th century has had a profound influence (b) — social and economic development in many parts (c) — the world. This process is illustrated in (d) — exception fashion (e) — the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. It is (f) — first and still the most outstanding model (g) — passenger train that goes up (h) — mountain. It is popularly known as toy train (i) — because of  colorful wagons and (j) — slow speed.



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As the world’s communication system is developing day (a) — day, the world seems to be getting smaller, (b) — the development of communication system, now we can easily communicate (c) — t” people of other countries within (d) — moment. Now, the world seems to be a village and (e) countries seem to be families. If we develop our (f) — understanding and co-operation, we can make < world (g) — better place. We should never treat others as (h) — but as friends. As (i) — friend we should ensure immediate help to other countries in their distress and sorrows. We should take (j) — to be neighbors .



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E-mail means electronic mail. It is (a) — electronic mode of communication. E-mail (b) — is user to user but telex communication is terminal to terminal. Telephone connection often takes (c) — lot of time to be established because both (d) — caller and the called must be (e) — simultaneously. But e-mail is a computer based (f) — and the messages that are sent (g) — computer become stored in the mail box of (h) — individual’s personal computer without (i) — need of his being actually present. Thus, e-mail saves both time and (j) —.



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Women (a) — our society have always been considered subservient (b) — men. The majority of houses are being dominated usually (c) — husbands and women most often have no say in opinion. Their (d).— is considered unnecessary even in (e) — important issues as (f) — number of things they would like to have. In many households they are beaten (g) — by the husbands. To protect their rights (h) — govt. has introduced law. But (i) — sometimes can’t save them. So what is more needed for them is (j) — proper education.



















Most of the fast increasing populations (a) — of them are poor and illiterate. They do not realize (b) — evil consequences of having so (c) — children. They do not know that they are creating the existing food problem more serious and more acute. There is always shortage (d) — food. Again the mouths to be fed are multiplying too rapidly for food production (e) — keep pace with. The threats of famine and mass starvation now loom larger than ever before because the population is increasing (0 — geometrical progress. While the food production is increasing in arithmetical (g) — the agriculture of our country is still primitive. They cannot apply scientific method (h) — cultivation in their lands. So the production of (i) — crops is very low. Thus the increasing population adds to (j) — problem.



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Napoleon Bonaparte said, “Give me (a) — educated mother and I will give you an educated nation.” From this saying we can understand the great role (b) — mother in building up an educated nation. Because (c) — child usually grows up in contact (d) — its mother and from its childhood he/ she develops his /her (e) —. If the mother is educated; she will be able to teach her children, (f) — another sense, her children naturally will learn (g) — what she says and does. Because a child’ up to a certain age is always in touch (h) — its mother. So he/ she will follow everything that is said and done (i) — his / her mother. Besides, an educated mother knows how to bring and nurture her children well. So it is universally true that (j) — educated nation is largely indebted to its mother.



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The ocean has always been (a) — good source of food for man. But only one percent (b) — mankind’s food comes (c) — the sea and most of it is fish. Besides fish, we eat prawns, shrimps, lobsters and whales, (d) — are commonly called fish but are scientifically classified otherwise. There are (e) — 20 thousand kinds of fish in the sea. We eat (f) — a few kinds. We should try to eat (g) — other kinds too. In order to increase (h) — sea’s yield of fish, we can start fish farming in (i) — sea. In China, sea-weeds are now grown for use both as food and as fertilizer. We too can take similar measures and make (j) — best use of our water resources.



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Einstein was very simple in his ways (a) — life. He was indifferent,(b) — his fame. Once (c) — queen of Belgium invited him to Brussels. When he got (d) — from the train, he could not think that (e) — were actually many (f) — dressed officials to receive him (g) — the station. The officials also expected somebody (h) — would appear (i) — be rich and aristocratic (j) — them.




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Bangladesh is in (a) — active earthquake zone. It is known (b) — all. Experts are alarmed (c) — the recurrence of quakes during (d) — years. But they give no direct answer to (e) — question of safety (f) — the buildings of Dhaka city. As there is possibility (g) — earthquakes in Bangladesh, experts call (h) — taking adequate precautionary measures (i) — reduce loses. RAJUK believes that (j) — earthquake resistant building code should be developed.



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Proper education provides a learner (a) — opportunities to improve all his (b) — talents. Its aim is to develop him physically and mentally (c) — that he can be useful (d) — himself and to the society, (e) — educated man is self-reliant, but he also helps others (f) — attaining self-reliance. He is supposed (g) — be well mannered, kind and sympathetic. So (h) — man who has acquired knowledge and skill only — his material development cannot be called (j) — truly educated man.


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