Dear JSC students, Classes are not being held in your dear School due to Covid-19 (Corona Virus). So,try to keep yourself busy in studies. Practise these questions at home. Answers will be published later.
1. Fill in the gaps of the following text with appropriate articles. Put a cross for zero article. 0.5(6=3
Dhaka is (a) ( capital of Bangladesh. It is (b) ( old city. People of different communities live in (c) ( city. Their ways of life are (d) ( quite different. So, their occupations are not (e) ( same. Most of the people lead (f) ( very hard life here.
2. Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. 0.5(6 =3
One should not run (a) money because those who hanker (b) money cannot enjoy mental peace. Sometimes, it may lead one (c) some unexpected troubles. It also happens that greed (d) money brings (e) many problems. So, we should be contented (f) what we have.
3. Make four sentences from the substitution table. 1(4 =4
one of the basic human needs.
us distinguish between right and wrong.
still dominant in our country.
the backbone of a nation.
4. Change the following passage into indirect speech. 1(4=4
Sakif said to his brother, “Where are you going? I want to go with you.” “No, you cannot go with me. Stay at home and study attentively for the JSC examination,” said his brother.
5. Change the following sentences as directed in the brackets. 1(5=5
(a) Cricket is a very exciting game. (Make it Exclamatory)
(b) People of all ages enjoy this game. (Make it Passive)
(c) At present, it is one of the most popular games in our country. (Make it Comparative)
(d) Everybody likes a cricketer. (Make it Negative)
(e) Would that I could be a great cricketer! (Make it Assertive)
6. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. 0.5(6=3
monika passed the jsc exam last year now she is studying in class nine the name of her school is ideal lab school it is situated at sariakandi in bogra.
7. Fill in the gaps used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text. 0.5(8=4
(a) Overeat is not a good habit. It means eating (b) excess food. Some people (c) occasional eat too much. It results in (d) digestion which is (e) injure to health. People suffer from (f) digest trouble because they cannot resist their (g) tempt for overeating. They are (h) tolerant.
8. Complete the following text with suitable verbs in the box with their right form. 0.5(8 = 4
Science (a) ( wonders in the field of communication. Mobile phone (b) ( one of them. It has (c) ( new dimension to our way of life. Indeed, mobile phone has (d) ( the world closer to us. Nowadays, it has (e) ( an inseparable part of our day-to-day life. (f) ( a mobile phone is not a luxury today. By (g) ( mobile phone we are (h) ( in many ways. Continue..
1. (a) the; (b) an; (c) the; (d) (; (e) the; (f) a.
2. (a) after; (b) after; (c) to; (d) for; (e) about; (f) with.
3. a. Education is the backbone of a nation.
b. It is one of the basic human needs.
c. It helps us distinguish between right and wrong.
d. Illiteracy is still dominant in our country.
4. Sakif asked his brother where he (B) was going. He (S) added that he (S) wanted to go with him (B). His (S) brother turned down the proposal and added that he (S) couldn’t go with him (B). He (B) also told him (S) to stay at home and study attentively for the JSC examination.
5. (a) What an exciting game cricket is!
(b) This game is enjoyed by people of all ages.
(c) At present, it is more popular than most other games in our country.
(d) Nobody dislikes a cricketer. Or, There is nobody but likes a cricketer.
Or, There is nobody who does not like a cricketer.
(e) I wish I could be a great cricketer.
6. Monika passed the JSC exam last year. Now, she is studying in class nine. The name of her school is Ideal Lab school. It is situated at Sariakandi in Bogra.
7. (a) Overeating; (b) excessive; (c) occasionally; (d) indigestion; (e) injurious; (f) digestive; (g) temptation; (h) intolerant.
8. (a) has created; (b) is; (c) added; (d) brought; (e) become; (f) Keeping; (g) using; (h) benefited.
Ranjon Sir B.A.(Hons.), M.A.(English), B.Ed.(First Class), M.Ed.(Trained in TQI & Digital Content Development),
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