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এসএসসি প্রস্তুতি || ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয় পত্র

 সুমন ভূইয়া ||

এসএসসি প্রস্তুতি

ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয় পত্র

সুমন ভূইয়া, সহকারী শিক্ষক, সামসুল হক খান স্কুল অ্যান্ড কলেজ, ডেমরা, ঢাকা

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Part-A  : Grammar (60 Marks)

1.         Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some words. You may need to use one word more than once.            05

            Once upon a time there (a) _ in the city of Bagdad a young bachelor who was by (b) _ a porter. One day he sat in the market place leaning idly (c) _ his basket. A young woman (d) _ in rare silks and cloaked in a gold-embroidered mantle, stopped before him and gently raised her (e) _ beneath it there showed dark eyes with long lashes and lineaments of (f) _ beauty. “Lift up your basket, porter,” she said in a (g) _ voice, “and follow me.” At once porter took up his basket, (h) _ to himself, “ This is (i) _ a lucky day!” He followed her until she stopped at the door of a house and (j) _

2.         Fill in the blanks with suitable words.                          0.5×10=5

            Sports are a (a) _ from of entertainment. Many international sporting events are (b) _ from time to time. Most of these events are (c) _ by multinational manufacturing (d) _ and business firms. They (e) _ for the sports events in exchange for the right to (f) _ their products during those events. These events are (g) _ worldwide by satellite and people all over the world watch them (h) _ . As a result, the sponsor’s products (i) _ maximum media (j) _ thus giving companies international recognition.

3.         Make five sentences using parts of sentences from each column of the table below.  1×5=5

4.         Complete the following text with right forms of the verbs given in the box.   0.5 ×10=5

            Once upon a time there (a) _ a very clever fox. He (b) _ in a jungle in a very hot country just like Bangladesh. One day when Mr. Fox (c) _ through the jungle, he (d) _ into a trap. He (e) _ on his tail. When he

            (f) _ out of the trap, he (g) _ his tail behind. The fox (h) _ strange and ugly. At this he (i) _ very sad and ashamed. “What am I going to do?” he (j) _

5.         Change the narration style of the following text.                     05

            “What’s your name, my little angel?” “Eva. Who are you?” “I’m Tom, Children call me Uncle Tom.” “I’ll call you Uncle Tom too for. I like the name.”

6.         Change the sentences to directions.     1×10=10

            (a) Fast food in considered quite synonymous to the nation of junk food by many people. (Make it Active)

            (b) It is a modern phenomenon. (Make it Interrogative)

            (c) The trend was initiated by the industrialized nations. (Make it Active)

            (d) As people became busy with work, they demanded fast services. (Make it Compound)

            (e) Such demands changes many things. (Make it Passive)

            (f) What a revolution in the food industry it was! (Make it Assertive)

            (g) The western countries exported their invention to other corners of the world. (Make it Passive)

            (h) The developing countries embraced the practice as well. (Make it Interrogative)

            (i) Bangladeshi youth likes such foods as well. (Make it Passive)

            (j)These are not so healthy supplements to the traditional foods. (Make it Interrogative)

7.         Complete the sentences.          1×5=5

            a. The National Memorial which is situated at Saver _

            b. It is built with concrete, but _

            c. It is an achievement which _

            d. But it stands for an achievement of martyrs who _

            e. It stands upright for the millions of martyrs who _

8.         Complete the text adding suffixes, prefixes or the both with the root words given in the parenthesis. 0.5×10=5

            Children always like to (a) _ (fascinate) stories. But if the stories are (b) _ (interesting), they lost interest. There should not have anything (c) _ (moral) in the stories for children. Again stories should not be so long that they can make children (d) _ (patient). Stories should not even contain anything (e) _ (logical) or anything that can make children (f) _ (regular) in their studies. The stories should be (g) _ (instruct) leading the children to be perfect (h) _ (moral) _ and (i) _ (ethic). Parents can play a vital role here in teaching their

            (j) _ (Child) _ what to choose and what not.

9.         Make tag question of these statements.                                    1×5=5

            a. I am ready for the next exercise _ ?

            b. He shouldn’t drive so fast, _ ?

            c. You speak English,  _ ?

            d. You don’t like me,  _ ?

            e. He put the bag on the table,  _ ?

10.       Complete the passage using suitable connectors.         5×1=5

            The greatness of a book depends (a) _ on the acceptability among the readers. If we read a book (b) _ once, we can discover many thing in it. But basing on one reader, we cannot judge the standard of a book. When a book is praised (c) _  , we have no doubt about the greatness of the book. (d) _ first reading, we may not understand a book. But if it is read more than once, we will see (e) _ it was read and praised.

11.       Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.                05

            tarek why didnt you prepare you lessons asked the teacher tarek humbly replied i was not in good health sir what happened to you tarek added the teacher that day i got wet in rain while returning home from school said tarek you must carry an umbrella with you advised the teacher

A n s w e r s

1.         (a) lived; (b) trade; (c) against; (d) dressed; (e) veil; (f) perfect; (g) sweet; (h) thinking; (i) indeed; (j) knocked.

2.         (a) popular; (b) organized; (c) sponsored;

            (d) companies; (e) pay; (f) advertise;

            (g) telecast; (h) live; (i) receive (j) coverage.

3.         (a) Mina is fifteen today.

            (b) She is having a birthday party in the afternoon.

            (c) She is expecting some of her friends to come.

            (d) Her father has bought a lovely dress.

            (e) It is blue and white.

4.         (a) lived; (b) lived; (c) was walking; (d) fell; (e) landed; (f) got; (g) left; (h) looked; (i) felt; (j) cried.

5.         Addressing Eva as his little angel, Uncle Tom asked her what her name was. Eva replied that her name was Eva. Then she asked him who he was. Uncle Tom replied that he was Tom and added that children called him Uncle Tom. Eva said that she would call him Uncle Tom too for she liked the name.

6.         a) Many people consider fast food being quite synonymous to the notion of junk food.

            b) Isn’t it a modern phenomenon?

            c) The industrialized nations initiated the trend.

            d) People became busy with work and they demanded fast services.

            e) Many things were changed by such demands.

            f) It was a revolution in the food industry.

            g) Their invention was exported to other corners of the world by the western countries.

            h) Didn’t the developing countries embrace the practice as well?

            i) Such foods are liked by the Bangladeshi youth as well.

            j) Are these so healthy supplements to the traditional foods?

7.         (a) The National Memorial situated at Saver is a symbol of nations’ respect for the martyrs.

            (b) It is built with concrete, but made of blood.

            (c) It is an achievement which is immeasurable.

            (d) But it stands for an achievement of martyrs who are immortal.

            (e) It stands upright for the millions of martyrs who laid down their lives for their motherland.

8.         (a) fascinating; (b) uninteresting;                     (c) immoral; (d) impatient; (e) illogical;

            (f) irregular; (g) instructive; (h) morally;

            (i) ethically; (j) children.

9.         (a) I am ready for the next exercise, aren’t I?

            (b) He shouldn’t drive so fast, should he?

            (c) You speak English, don’t you?

            (d) You don’t like me, do you?

            (e) He put the bag on the table, didn’t he?

10.       (a) usually; (b) only; (c) highly; (d) Through; (e) why.

11. “Tarek, why didn’t you prepare your lessons? asked the teacher. Tarek humbly replied, “I was not in good health, sir.” What happened to you, Tarek?” added the teacher. “That day I got wet in rain while returning home from school,” said Tarek. “You must carry an umbrella with you,” advised the teacher.

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