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1.What are connectors?

Connectors in English grammar are basically conjunctive words (a) —— are used for connecting similar elements present in a sentence.

Connectors are important (b) —— they make any phrase more logical (c) —— understandable.

(d) ——, any transcriptionist who is transcribing audio files or other taped materials should constantly be conscious of the use of conjunctions.

Connectors play an important role in English grammar (e) —— these help in forming sentences logically.

(f) ——, a coordinating conjunction has been used in the following sentence to denote reason: “I walked to the office because my car was being repaired.”

There are different kinds of complex sentence connectors or phrase connectors: (g) —— each of those has different usage.

In paragraph, the use of connectors are vital.

(h) ——, with the help of connectors, the reader should be able to see how each sentence flows from the previous one and (i) ——, each is connected to the topic sentence.

(j) —— sentence connectors weave sentences together to create a cohesive paragraph.

They order and sequence different elements (k) —— ideas, theory, data.

(l) ——, connectors relate the words to indicate cause and effect, condition etc.

Learning to use them properly orally and in writing is of vital importance (m) —— it gives us the ability to express with total precision.

(n) ——, it allows us to improve English writing a lot with very little effort.

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2. We cannot walk on a road in the darkness without light.

(a) ——, we cannot step forward in our life without education.

(b) ——, throughout the ages, education has been compared to light.

(c) ——, ignorance has been compared to darkness. Education does a lot to us.

(d) ——, the light of education enlightens us.

(e) ——, it broadens our mind and widens our outlook.

(f) ——, it is education which helps us to become good citizens.

(g) ——, education creates good citizens and ensures the smooth development of a country.

(h) ——, ignorance stands on the way of development of an individual.

(i) ——, ignorance has a detrimental effect on the overall development of a nation.

(j) ——, over population, environment pollution and social ills are the result of ignorance.

(k) ——, lack of knowledge of hygiene is another effect of ignorance.

(l) ——, knowledge of hygiene comes naturally with education.

(m) ——, there is no other way than education for all.

(n) ——, we should come forward to educate every single person of our country and thereby ensure the development of our country.

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3. We must be aware of the dangers of smoking.

It is harmful to us in various ways. It causes various diseases (a) —— blood pressure, heart attack, bronchitis, cancer, etc.

(b) —— it pollutes air. (c) —— smoking causes harm to (d) —— the smokers (e) —— the non-smokers who remain by them.

(f) ——, we should give up smoking.

(g) —— it is (h) —— a great addiction to get rid of (i) ——, nothing is impossible for us.

(j) ——, we have to realize (k) —— it only damages our health.

(l) ——, we have to leave the company of those (m) —— smoke.

(n) ——, we must be determined to give it up.

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4. There are a good number of reasons why students in Bangladesh fail in English.

(a) —— English is a foreign language.

(b) ——, students have no good feeling for English.

(c) —— teaching foreign language becomes very difficult when the learners are not mentally prepared to receive it.

(d) —— a teacher of English can hardly find out a technique suitable for all.

(e) ——, they fail to make the language learning interesting.

(f) ——, the motto of the questions in public examinations inspires memorizing rather than learning the language.

(g) ——, students can be successful in learning English if teachers are trained well.

Students should be encouraged to learn four skills of language.

The four skills of language are listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Every teachers should put emphasis on the four skills of language.

(h) ——, they should lay importance to communicative approach.

(i) —— spontaneous communication of a language helps one learn it easily.

(j) ——, they should communicate with their friends in English (k) —— they are at school or college.

(l) —— they can develop this skill by communicating with their parents or siblings.

(m) —— they can easily learn English through communicative approach (n) —— every student should be involved in communicative approach.

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5. Unemployment is a great curse. (a) ——, all the countries of the world suffer from the curse.

(b) —— nowhere in the world this problem is so acute as in our country.

(c) ——, there are many reasons behind it.

(d) ——, our country is industrially backward.

(e) ——, our traditional education system is not service-oriented.

(f) ——, our students and youths have a false sense of dignity.

(g) ——, they run after their jobs only. (h) ——, unemployment problem should be removed at any cost.

(i) ——, our education system should be changed. (j) ——, we should put emphasis on technical education.

(k) ——, we should motivate our students to take vocational training.

(l) ——, vocational training can make our students skilled.

(m) ——, more mills and factories should be established.

(n) ——, we have to try to change the attitude of our students.

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6. Trees are a vital part of our environment. (a) ——, they bear a great impact on the climate.

(b) —— they supply us with food, drink, medicine, clothing, shelter and so on.

(c) —— trees supply raw materials for both small and big industries (d) ——, we are not kind and careful about them.

(e) ——, we destroy trees at random, (f) ——, one day, the country will bear the consequence of the greenhouse effect.

(g) ——, ours is an agricultural country. Our economy depends on agriculture.
(h) ——, trees play a vital role on our climate.

(i) ——, trees keep the soil strong and protect it.

(j) ——, trees save us from flood and many other natural calamities.

(k) ——, trees provide us with timber which is of great use specially in construction works and for making furniture.

(l) ——, they provide us with oxygen those who inhale oxygen to live.

With depend on trees in many ways. Trees are our best friends.

(m) ——, we should not cut and use trees at random.

(n) ——, we should plant more trees for a healthier, happier and better life.

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7. Education is essential in our life. (a) —— we are not properly educated, we cannot live an honourable life in society.

It teaches us (b) —— how to earn but also how to spend. (c) ——.

It teaches (d) —— to live in amity with others in society.

(e) ——, we must get proper education. (f) ——, we should bear in mind (g) —— education is not only what we learn at educational institutions but also (h) —— we learn outside these institutions.

(i) ——, we learn the basic education from our family.

(j) ——, we develop the sense of morality from our parents.

(k) ——, we learn from society how to behave towards others.

(l) ——, we develop civic sense from society. (m) ——, education is a life-long process.

It begins just after our birth (n) ——, ends only in death.  

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8. We live in Bangladesh (a) —— is a free country now.

(b) ——, we were under the domination of Pakistan earlier.

The West Pakistani rulers were so oppressive (c) —— we could not but take arms to achieve our rights.

It is 1971 (d) —— War of Liberation of Bangladesh took place.

We earned our independence in nine months. There were many reasons that made our victory easier.

(e) —— we all were united at one point (f) —— it was a question of our survival and dignity.

(g) —— our freedom fighters were committed. They fought valiantly in the war fields.

(h) —— we had huge international support. (i) —— the Pakistani soldiers didn’t have any noble reason before them.

They were killers. They were not natives of this country.

(j) —— they didn’t have sufficient ideas about the communication systems, weather, or people’s sentiment in this country.

(k) —— they had two superpowers behind them.

(l) —— these superpowers could do very little directly for them.

(m) —— only in nine months, the Pakistani soldiers had to accept the worst defeat the world had ever experienced.

(n) —— it can be said, the war of independence proved that no power can suppress the desire of the mass people.

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9. Truthfulness is the greatest and most important of all human virtues.

It is important to build up the character of a man. A man (a) —— character is not good.

He is not love by anybody. (b) —— we should always speak the truth.

Our society cannot exist (c) —— we all be liars. A truthful man keeps his word.

So, people depend upon (d) —— he says. They give him responsible work.

He is not afraid of anybody. He may be poor, (e) —— he lives a peaceful and happy life, because he knows that he is pure in mind and he is right.

(f) ——, the word of a truthful man has great value. (g) —— his words carry more weight than documents.

A truthful man, (h) ——, has a clear conscience and does not fear anybody.

(i) —— his mind is free from anxiety (j) —— constantly troubles a liar.

(k) —— his enemies respect him, and his respect is more important than any costly jewel.

(l) —— we must develop the habit of speaking the truth from our childhood.

(m) —— we should always remember
(n) —— we are accountable to Allah for our unjust activities.

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10. Long ago there was a mighty old king of England named Lear.

He had three daughters Goneril, Ragan and Cordelia. He was tired of ruling the country.

(a) —— he made up his mind to step down (b) —— divide his kingdom among his three daughters.

(c) —— first he wanted to know how much they loved him.

(d) —— Lear asked his eldest daughter, “How much do you love me?” (e) —— Goneril declared, “Sir, I love you more than I can say.” Lear was satisfied. (f) —— he called for the map of his kingdom.

(g) —— drew his finger round of it. (h) —— Lear asked his second daughter, Regan how much she loved him. she said, “My love for you shall never change.”

(i) Lear was pleased and gave her a third of his kingdom.

(j) —— it was the turn of Cordelia, the youngest and most loved daughter. (k) —— Asked.

Cordelia said. “Nothing.” (l) ——, Lear was shocked and said; “Nothing comes of nothing.” (m) —— he left home (n) —— never returned.

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11. Scientists have recently reported (a) —— the polar ice caps are melting.

This is (b) —— a rise in atmospheric temperature known (c) —— the “greenhouse effect”.

According to Melvin, (d) —— won Nobel Prize for earlier research, the CO2 gas is given off (e) —— coal and oil are burnt.

This gas accumulated in the north (f) —— south poles is melting (g) —— may (h) —— lead to a rise in sea levels (i) —— could flood many areas of the world.

(j) —— we take measures to stop the ice melting, it may take years to control the rise in sea levels. Polar ice caps are melting (k) —— global warming causes climate change.

We lose Arctic sea ice at a rate of almost 13% per decade (l) —— over the past 30 years, the oldest and thickest ice

in the Arctic has declined by a stunning 95%, (m) —— emissions continue to rise unchecked, the Arctic could be ice-free in the summer by 2040.

(n) —— what happens in the Arctic does not stay in the Arctic. Sea ice loss has far-reaching effects around the world.

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12. Honesty is a noble virtue. The man (a) —— possesses this uncommon quality, is the happiest man in the world.

Truly speaking, a man should have trustworthiness (b) —— nobody believes a liar.

A liar may prosper for the time being, (c) —— ultimately, he goes to the dogs.

(d) ——, we should be honest in our life. It is believed that honesty is the best policy (e) —— dishonesty is the sign of downfall.

God helps those who are honest. (f) ——, dishonest people are cursed.

Childhood is the best time (g) —— children should be taught honesty.

It is seen that children follow their parents, (h) —— parents should be honest.

(i) ——, they should be allowed to mix with those friends who are really honest.

(j) ——, parents should tell stories of honest people to children. (k) ——, they can tell the story of our Prophet (Sm).

(l) ——, parents should teach children how to distinguish between right and wrong.

(m) ——, children build up their character. (n) ——, parents can show the path of honesty to children.

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13. Mobile phone has added a new dimension in our communication system.

It has made the world closer to us. (a) —— it has made worldwide communication.

We use it for our day to day communication. (b) ——, it has been a part (c) —— parcel in our life as we cannot go for a single day without it.

(d) ——, mobile phone is not free from defect. It has some negative sides as well.

(e) ——, excessive use of mobile phone may damage our hearing power, (f) ——, it is a means of money wastage.

(g) ——, it is seen that many underworld crimes are being done with the use of mobile network.

(h) ——, the radiation from mobile phone may cause cancer to the users. (i) ——, we are aware of these harmful effects.

(j) ——, we are not aware of using the mobile phone. (k) ——, we must have to be conscious of the negative impact of mobile phone.

(l) —— its long time consequences. Moreover, our guardians should have more knowledge over advanced technology (m) —— they must know its advanced uses.

(n) ——, we can save our next generation.

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14. Games and sports are necessary parts of our life. They are to the body (a) —— education is to the mind.

(b) ——, no they are an integral part of education itself.

Those (c) —— have not played any games in life, should consider their education incomplete.

(d) ——, games make us strong and smart. In the modern world (e) —— life is full of struggle.

It is very necessary to have a strong body. (f) —— a day’s hard work at college, a student can get rid of boredom on the playground.

Works alone is not enough. (g) —— it is said. “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.”

(h) ——, games make our mind fresh and strong. It must, (i) ——, be admitted that remaining busy with games all the time is by no means something wise.

(j) ——, games indispensable for all-round development of one’s personality.

(k) —— sports help a man to earn name and fame for himself (l) —— the country.

(m) ——, a man must take part in games and sports. (n) —— he can be familiar in the world.

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15. Crows are ugly to look at. They are often looked down by other birds (a) —— their ugliness.

This often makes them sad and (b) —— they want to be beautiful.

(c) —— how? One day, a crow got a chance to be beautiful. He was roaming in a jungle.

(d) —— he found some beautiful feathers of a peacock. He became very glad (e) —— he did not want to miss the chance.

(f) —— he took the feathers one by one (g) —— struck them in among his own feathers.

He looked at himself and became happy (h) —— he was no longer ugly like other crows.

(i) —— he made up his mind to go to the peacocks and live with them.

(j) —— seeing him, the peacocks understood (k) —— he was a crow in the guise of a peacock.

(l) —— they attacked him, pulled out the feathers and drove him away.

(m) —— he returned to the crows, they also drove him away.

The crow realized his fault (n) —— promised he would never be false and overambitious.      

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16. Students at school read books to please their teacher (a) —— the teacher says that this,

that or the other is a good book (b) —— that it is sign of good taste to enjoy it, many students get the book (c) —— they read it.

Some students may genuinely like the book, (d) —— they feel grateful to the teacher for recommending the book for reading.

(e) —— many students will not honestly like it. (f) ——, they will persuade themselves (g) —— they like it.

(h) —— that does a great deal of harm. (i) —— they take a dislike to the writer of the book.

(j) —— they think that there is something wrong with them.

(k) ——, reading books create room for expanding knowledge (l) —— skills, (m) ——, it has been a must to increase the interest of the students to read books.

(n) —— academics can’t bring success regarding the issue.

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17. Honesty is a noble virtue.

The man (a) —— possesses this rare quality is the happiest man on earth.

(b) —— be honest, a man should have trustworthiness.

(c) —— nobody trusts a liar. A liar may prosper for the time being.

(d) —— ultimately he goes to the dogs. (e) —— we should be honest.

(f) —— is said that honesty is the best policy.

(g) —— dishonesty is the sign of downfall.

(h) —— helps those who are honest.

(i) —— dishonest people are cursed.

(j) ——is the best time (k) —— children should be taught honesty.

It is seen that children follow their parents.

(l) —— parents should be honest (m) —— children should be allowed to mix with those friends who are honest.

(n) —— they can mould their characters.

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18. The old sailor spoke (a) —— strangely (b) —— the guest stood still.

The feast began (c) —— the guest could hear the music and laughter.

(d) —— for some reasons, he could not move to join the others.

The old man told him about his last journey on the sea.

They had sailed away to the south (e) —— they had arrived in the cold gray sea.

There the sea was frozen. (f) —— the ice was all around them.

The big sails opened wide (g) —— the strong wind blew them quickly through the icy waters.

The weather was very cold. (h) ——, there were no birds and animals in that snow-covered country.

(i) —— one day the sailor saw an albatross flying towards the ship.

(j) —— the men were pleased to see it. They gave it food (k) —— water.

It came to the ship every day (l) —— they called it. (m) —— one day the old sailor killed that bird.

(n) —— the wind had dropped.

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19. Once there lived an ant and a grasshopper. The ant was very industrious.

(a) ——, the grasshopper was very lazy. (b) ——, he used to pass away his time in singing and dancing and sleeping. He did not work at all.

(c) ——, he used to go before the ant and ask him to take some rest.

(d) ——, the ant continued with his work. (e) ——, the ant collected a huge amount of food for the winter.

(f) ——, the winter came and covered everything with snow.

(g) ——, there was no food available on the fields. The grasshopper could not take food from the fields.

(h) ——, he did not have any food in his house. (i) ——, he went to the ant to beg for some food.

The ant helped him but that was too small for him to pass the winter. (j) ——, the grasshopper understood the necessity of work.

(k) ——, with her work and effort a person can achieve anything. (l) ——, great things come from hard work.

We should bear in mind (m) —— laziness brings only adversity. (n) ——, hard work is the secret of success.

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20. Happiness is a relative term. (a) ——, it depends upon some factors.

(b) ——, contentment is the key to happiness. Contentment varies from person to person.

(c) ——, a beggar may be contented with only ten taka.

(d) ——, a wealthy person may be unsatisfied even after getting one million taka.

(e) ——, it is said that contentment brings happiness.

(f) ——, we must learn to be contented with what we have.

(g) ——, this learning is the simplest way to remain happy.

(h) ——, we must remember that our life is short, and in this short life, we cannot get everything that we want. If we want everything, we will not get happiness.

(i) ——, we will get frustrated and we will plunge into eternal sadness.

(k) ——, we can be happy in life by leading a pious life.

(l) —— the way of our life is not smooth. (m) —— it is full of thorns and obstacles.

(n) —— we have to fight against these odds relying on almighty Allah.

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21. We want success (a) —— prosperity in life.

(b) —— we do not do what are needed in achieving these.

(c) —— we want to make our life glorious, we must follow some rules.

(d) —— we have to be industrious. (e) ——, without hard work, success in life is impossible.

(f) —— we should be sincere in our activities. Some people think that good luck is at the root of all achievements in life.

(g) —— to them nothing is further from truth than it.

(h) —— every success in life depends on our deeds.

(i) —— we use time properly, we will suffer. There is a proverb (j) ——, a stitch in time saves nine.

(k) —— perseverance plays vital role in one’s success in life.

A person’s success brings happiness (l) —— in the family (m) —— in the stability of the entire nation.

So the true fact is that we have to stick to our work.

(n) —— we won’t achieve success and happiness in our life.

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22. A cyclone is a devastating storm in Bangladesh that moves at a high speed.

(a) ——, it causes immense harm to people and property.

(b) ——, the inhabitants of coastal regions are the main victims of cyclone.

(c) ——, the cyclone of Bangladesh originates from the Bay of Bengal.

(d) ——, it is accompanied by thunders and heavy showers.

(e) ——, unbearable heat is felt for a few days.

(f) —— one day the sky becomes terribly dark and strong winds begin to blow.

(g) —— a terrible situation is created that lasts for hours.

(h) ——, it causes a great havoc causing death to people and other animals.

(i) ——, dwelling houses are blown away.

(j) ——, the cyclone is followed by scarcity of food and outbreak of various diseases.

(k) ——, the great loss caused by cyclones can be reduced.

(l) ——, prior warning can be given to people using modern technology of weather forecast.

(m) ——, people and domestic animals of the cyclone-prone areas can be shifted to cyclone shelters.

(n) ——, a quick relief and medical treatment should be made available.

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23. Mobile phone is a portable telephone (a) —— can make and receive calls

over a radio frequency link (b) —— the user is moving within a telephone service area.

Its services use a network architecture and, (c) ——, mobile telephones are called cellular telephones also.

It works by communicating with a nearby base station from (d) —— it connects it to the main phone network.

It has added a new dimension to our communication system.

It has made the world closer to us. (e) —— it has made worldwide communication easier.

We use it for our day to day communication.

(f) ——, it has been part and parcel in our life as we cannot go for a single day without using it.

We use it for rapid communication. (g) ——, mobileme negative sides as well. phone is not free from defect.

It has so (h) ——, excessive use of mobile phone may damage our hearing power.

(i) ——, it is a means of money wastage.

(j) ——, it is seen that many underworld crimes are being done with the use of mobile network.

(k) ——, the radiation from mobile phone may cause cancer to the users.

(l) ——, we are aware of these harmful effects.

(m) ——, we are not aware of using the mobile phone.

(n) ——, we must have to be conscious of the negative impact of mobile phone.

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24. 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 a traditional way.

(j) —— it is not so popular.

(k) —— promote its popularity, we have to make the farmers aware of the adverse effects of using too much pesticides in their crop-lands.

(l) —— they can be prevented from polluting soil.

(m) —— education is essential in all respects.

So, we must educate our children (n) —— they can become good citizens of the country.

25. Education is essential in our life.

(a) —— we are not properly educated, we cannot live an honourable life in society.

It teaches us (b) —— how to earn but also how to spend.

(c) ——, it teaches (d) —— to live in amity with others in society.

(e) ——, we must get proper education.

(f) ——, we should bear in mind (g) —— education is not only what we learn at educational

institutions but also (h) —— we learn outside these institutions.

(i) —— we learn the basic education from our family.

(j) ——, we develop the sense of morality from our parents.

(k) ——, we learn from society how to behave towards others.

(l) ——, we develop the civic sense from society. (m) ——, education is a life-long process.

It begins just after our birth (n) —— ends only in death.

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26. We should always keep in mind (a) —— all kinds of physical exercise are not suitable for all.

(b) —— different people have different capacities.

(c) —— harder exercise (d) —— Wrestling and gymnastics are suitable for young people (e) —— they have energy to perform them.

Weaker and old people should take the milder exercise (f) —— walking, jogging and free-hand exercise.

Overexercise never does good (g) —— it breaks down the health.

(h) —— we should always take those exercises (i) —— will suit us.

Physical exercise is important for the preservation of good health.

(j) —— the goal of physical exercise is to keep good health.

(k) —— without good health, we cannot enjoy life, (l) —— we cannot have good health, we cannot have sound mind.

(m) —— without sound mind, we cannot be happy. Physical exercise (n) —— builds up our character.

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26. We should always keep in mind (a) —— all kinds of physical exercise are not suitable for all.

(b) —— different people have different capacities.

(c) —— harder exercise (d) —— Wrestling and gymnastics are suitable for young people (e) —— they have energy to perform them.

Weaker and old people should take the milder exercise (f) —— walking, jogging and free-hand exercise.

Overexercise never does good (g) —— it breaks down the health.

(h) —— we should always take those exercises (i) —— will suit us.

Physical exercise is important for the preservation of good health.

(j) —— the goal of physical exercise is to keep good health.

(k) —— without good health, we cannot enjoy life, (l) —— we cannot have good health, we cannot have sound mind.

(m) —— without sound mind, we cannot be happy.

Physical exercise (n) —— builds up our character.

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27. Soil is loose material (a) —— lies on top of the land.

Soil is a mixture of organic matter, minerals, gases, liquids, (b) —— organisms that together support life.

(c) ——, it also has many microorganisms living in it. It is different in different places on Earth.

This is (d) —— the climate and rocks in the Earth are different in different places on Earth.

Soil is necessary for life (e) —— most of our foods come from soil.

It is true (f) —— some of us eat meat.

(g) —— meat comes from animals that live on plants (h) —— again grow on soil.

(i) —— we do not give food to soil, plants will become weak. (j) —— natural and inorganic manure are necessary for cultivation.

(k) —— compost manure is widely used in cultivation.

(l) —— agriculture scientists discourage the farmers to use pesticides,
(m) —— they opt for a method of catching pests in traditional way.

(n) —— it is not so popular.

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28. Communicative English refers to the knowledge to English which is essential to communicate with others.

(a) —— we have to do certain things in order to learn communicative English effectively.

(b) ——, we must acquire all four communicative skills, (c) —— reading, writing, listening and speaking

(d) ——, without any of these skills, it will be difficult for us to learn communicative English effectively.

(e) ——, these skills must be learnt with equal importance.

(f) ——, we must create real life situations. (g) ——, they give us better understanding of the

use of our communicative skills (h) ——, they allow us to overcome our shyness and nervousness.

(i) ——, we must have a rich vocabulary.

(j) —— without it we may not understand (k) —— we read or listen something.

(l) ——, we must practise with someone who is native speaker.

This could be through conversation, chatting, email or letters.

(m) —— a native speaker is not available, we may practise with someone within the family environment.

(n) ——, by following these steps we can learn communicative English effectively.

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29. Bangladesh is mainly an agricultural country.

(a) ——, her economy and prosperity depend on agriculture.

(b) —— our agriculture depends on the mercy of nature.

(c) —— if there is sufficient rain, people can plough their lands and sow seeds in time.

(d) —— they can reap a good harvest.

(e) ——, if it does not rain in time, the farmers cannot grow the crops easily and they do not have good harvest.

(f) ——, without water our agriculture is lifeless. The rain is not always beneficial to our agriculture.

(g) —— sometimes it rains so much that it causes floods.

(h) —— our crops go under water and most often they are totally destroyed.

(i) ——, the farmers who constitute the most part of our professional people lose everything.

(j) ——, an aromatic beverage tea depends heavily on rain.

(k) ——, tea grows well where there is enough rainfall without stagnant water.

(l) —— Sylhet experiences heavy rainfall, tea grows well there.

(m) —— it can be said that Bangladesh experiences moderate rainfall.

(n) ——, we can safely conclude that our economy depends on rain.

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30. Man is a social being. (a) ——, man can’t live alone.

(b) ——, man has been living together from time immemorial.

Living in society is not an easy task.

We have to follow certain rules (c) —— regulations of the society.

(d) ——, we should be cooperative.

(e) ——, we must help others (f) —— they are in need.

(g) ——, we have to be careful not to hurt others by our words or activities.

(h) ——, we must control our emotions and behave rationally with others.

(i) ——, we should not think and live only for us.

(j) ——, we should always think and work for the betterment of the society.

(k) ——, we should remain prepare to sacrifice our lives for the greater interest of the society.

(l) ——, sacrificing our lives for the society makes us immortal.

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