Matching

Question No # 6 is matching parts of sentences in Column A and Column B.

Match the parts of sentences given in Column A and Column B to write five complete sentences. There are more parts of sentences in column ‘B’ than required.

 

Column A Column B
(a) Women constitute (i) half of the work force.
(b) Women labour do not get (ii) at proper age
(c) Islam is dead against (iii) tender age
(d) Fifty percent of the girls have never (iv) attended school
(e) Girls of our country are married of (v) one-third of the work force
(vi) their due wage
(vii) gender discrimination.

 

Ans: a + v ; Women constitute half of the work force.

b + vi ; Women labour do not get their due wage.

c + vii ; Islam is dead against gender discrimination.

d + iv ; Fifty percent of the girls have never attended school.

e + iii ; Girls of our country are married of at tender age.

 

2.

Column A Column B
(a) Our success in life (i) by working hard
(b) Ability, determination and hard work (ii) by working continuously
(c) We can perform any difficult work (iii) depends on some good qualities in us.
(d) Determination without hard work (iv) can hardly bring success in life
(e) To execute any scheme of life (v) are some of these good qualities
(vi) we need money
(vii) we need education

 

Ans: a + iii ; Our success in life depends on some good qualities in us.

b + v ; Ability, determination and hard work are some of these good qualities.

c + i ; We can perform any difficult work by working hard.

d + iv ; Determination without hard work can hardly bring success in life.

e + vi ; To execute any scheme of life we need money.

 

3.

Column A Column B
(a) Stephen Hawking was one of (i) converts his message into sounds.
(b) Unfortunately, his fate did not permit him to (ii) over the muscles of his body and fell a victim to Gehrig’s disease.
(c) He underwent gradual loss of control (iii) the age of thirty.
(d) He has been confined to a wheelchair since (iv) enjoy the great rewarding things.
(e) But such a tremendous physical handicap (v) reputation soared higher and higher.
(vi) is not able to dishearten or slow him down.
(vii) the greatest scientists in the world.

 

Ans: a + vii ; Stephen Hawking was one of the greatest scientists in the world.

b + iv ; Unfortunately, his fate did not permit him to enjoy the great rewarding things.

c + ii ; He underwent gradual loss of control over the muscles of his body and fell a victim

d + iii ; He has been confined to a wheelchair since the age of thirty.

e + iv ; But such a tremendous physical handicap is not able to dishearten or slow him down.

 

4.

Column A Column B
(a) The culture of a society can easily give (i) we need to study different patterns of it.
(b) To know the culture of a society (ii) always remain similar in all societies.
(c) The modes of behaviour in one society (iii) different from those in Britain.
(d) Language, eating habits etc in Bangladesh are (iv) are considered cultural differences.
(e) The existing differences between different cultures (v) differ from those in other societies.
(vi) a complete picture of life and living of that society.
(vii) not to be avoided at any cost.

 

Ans: a + vi ; The culture of a society can easily give a complete picture of life and living of that society.

b + i ; To know the culture of a society we need to study different patterns of it.

c + v ; The modes of behaviour in one society differ from those in other societies.

d + iii ; Language, eating habits etc in Bangladesh are different from those in Britain.

e + iv ; The existing differences between different cultures are considered cultural differences.

 

5.

Column A Column B
(a) Truthfulness is the greatest of (i) it comes to light.
(b) We must cultivate the habit (ii) win the respect of others.
(c) Otherwise we will never (iii) of the liar is revealed.
(d) A lie never lies (iv) all human virtues.
(e) Today or tomorrow (v) hidden for long.
(vi) of speaking the truth.
(vii) the real character.

 

Ans : a + iv ; Truthfulness is the greatest of all human virtues.

b + vi ; We must cultivate the habit of of speaking the truth.

c + ii ; Otherwise we will never win the respect of others.

d + v ; A lie never lies hidden for long.

e + i ; Today or tomorrow it comes to light.

 

6.

Column A Column B
(a) We should say ‘no’ to corruption. (i) but also harmful for our society.
(b) Corrupt persons are not only dishonest (ii) we do not think for the welfare of our country.
(c) Now , it is high time we (iii) but it causes serious troubles in us.
(d) We should work together if (iv) did something against corruption.
(e) But we are so self-centered that (v) because it is a serious social crime.
(vi) corruption should be controlled
(vii)we want to control corruption

 

Ans : a + v ; We should say ‘no’ to corruption because it is a serious social crime.

b + i ; Corrupt persons are not only dishonest but also harmful for our society.

c + iv ; Now , it is high time we did something against corruption.

d + vii ; We should work together if we want to control corruption.

e + ii ; But we are so self-centered that we do not think for the welfare of our country.

 

7.

Column A Column B
(a) Education in our country (i) becomes almost a daily affairs.
(b) Campus violence has (ii) can hardly be ignored.
(c) It appears that (iii) Bangladesh is already educationally challenging position.
(d) The impact of such violence (iv) is passing through a stage of crisis.
(e) It may easily be said (v) have been facing a great crisis.
(vi) students are in colleges and universities only to be engaged in violence.
(vii) after the academic career of our students.

 

Ans. a + iv ; Education in our country is passing through a stage of crisis.

b + i ; Campus violence has becomes almost a daily affairs.

c + vi ; It appears that students are in colleges and universities only to be engaged in violence.

d + vii ; The impact of such violence after the academic career of our students.

e + iii ; It may easily be said Bangladesh is already educationally challenging position.

 

8.

Column A Column B
(a) Tolerance is not only an abstract virtue but also (i) a necessary capacity for compromise.
(b) Man, being a social being, has to live in spirit, (ii) at the same time ready to be persuaded by practising reasonableness.
(c) In such a process, give and take (iii) considerable influence in the current affairs of life
(d) He cannot persuade (iv) simple affairs of life
(e) It is thus seen that tolerance is social virtue (v) of harmony and co-operation with others in society
(vi) which is opposed to dogmatism and dictatorship.
(vii) full of prejudices.

 

Ans: a + iii ; Tolerance is not only an abstract virtue but also considerable influence in the current affairs of life

b + v ; Man, being a social being, has to live in spirit, of harmony and co-operation with others in society

c + i ; In such a process, give and take a necessary capacity for compromise.

d + ii ; He cannot persuade at the same time ready to be persuaded by practising reasonableness.

e + vi ; It is thus seen that tolerence is social virtue which is opposed to dogmatism and dictatorship

 

9.

Column A Column B
(a) Unemployment means (i) on the government for their jobs.
(b) The educated youth remain (ii) for the opportunities of self-employment.
(c) But they should not depend (iii) the state of being unemployed.
(d) Rather they should seek (iv) one of the biggest problems in our country.
(e) It is said that self-help (v) unemployed after completing their education.
(vi) is the best help.
(vii) create self-employment.

 

Ans ; a + iii ; Unemployment means the state of being unemployed.

b + v ; The educated youth remain unemployed after completing their education.

c + i ; But they should not depend on the government for their jobs.

d + ii ; Rather they should seek for the opportunities of self-employment.

e + vi ; It is said that self-help is the best help.

11.

Column A Column B
(a) Smoking is one of the worst (i) the nose and unsettles the mind.
(b) It irritates the eyes, offends (ii) other people too.
(c) Smoking causes cough in old age (iii) habits of man.
(d) The young workers sometimes (iv) social evils and problems.
(e) Moreover, it is merely a (v) and diminishes the longevity of life.
(vi) creates social evils.
(vii) cause of wastage of money.

 

Ans: a + iii ; Smoking is one of the worst habits of man.

b + i ; It irritates the eyes, offends the nose and unsettles the mind.

c + v ; Smoking causes cough in old age and diminishes the longevity of life.

d + vi ; The young workers sometimes creates social evils.

e + vii ; Moreover, it is merely a cause of wastage of money.

 

 

12.

Column A Column B
(a) A national flag is the symbol (i) stands for everlasting youth, freshness and vigour of the nation.
(b) As we are a free nation (ii) of independence of a nation.
(c) It is the symbol of our national (iii) we have to uphold its dignity.
(d) The green colour of our national flag (iv) the greenery of Bangladesh.
(e) It also symbolizes (v) integrity, solidarity and sovereignty.
(vi) our existence as a free nation.
(vii) we have a national flag of our own.

 

Ans:   a + ii ; A national flag is the symbol of independence of a nation.

b + vii ; As we are a free nation we have a national flag of our own.

c + v ; It is the symbol of our national integrity, solidarity and sovereignty.

d + i ; The green colour of our national flag stands for everlasting youth, freshness and vigour of the nation.

e + iv ; It also symbolizes the greenery of Bangladesh.

 

 

13.

Column A Column B
(a) Friction between teenagers and parents are (i) certainly occur in all homes.
(b) It can (ii) common features of the teenagers.
(c) One obvious reason is (iii) the frustration from dependence to independence.
(d) Another source of friction is (iv) very common.
(e) Moreover, moody and sulky behaviours are (v) the difficult behaviour of the adolescents.
(vi) rebel against the thought and ideas of older generation.
(vii) unruly and audacious.

 

Ans ;  a + iv ; Friction between teenagers and parents are very common.

b + i : It can certainly occur in all homes.

c + iii ; One obvious reason is the frustration from dependence to independence.

d + v ; Another source of friction is the difficult behaviour of the adolescents.

e + ii ; Moreover, moody and sulky behaviours are common features of the teenagers.

 

 

14.

Column A Column B
(a) Television which is a modern means of communication (i) if they watch educational programmes.
(b) Nowadays, it has become (ii) in our day-to-day life in many ways.
(c) We are benefited by television (iii) by watching regular programme.
(d) In the modern world, it is the easiest (iv) is a wonderful invention of science.
(e) Students can be greatly benefited by television (v) and most popular means of recreation and amusement.
(vi) a part and parcel of life.
(vii) a very popular means of communication.

 

Ans; a + iv ; Television which is a modern means of communication is a wonderful invention of science.

b + vi ; Nowadays, it has become a part and parcel of life.

c + ii ; We are benefited by television in our day-to-day life in many ways.

d + v ; In the modern world, it is the easiest and most popular means of recreation and amusement.

e + i ; Students can be greatly benefited by television if they watch educational programmes.

 

 

15.

Column A Column B
(a) A really educated mother plays a vital role (i) her children will be educated.
(b) A child grows up always (ii) largely indebted to its educated mothers.
(c) An educated mother knows well how to bring up (iii) what she says and does.
(d) So, if the mother is educated, naturally (iv) to build up an educated nation.
(e) An educated mother is therefore (v) he/she develops his/her talent.
(vi) in contact with its mother.
(vii) and nurture her children to make then worthy citizens of the country.

 

Ans ;  a + iv ; A really educated mother plays a vital role to build up an educated nation.

b + vi ; A child grows up always in contact with its mother.

c + vii ; An educated mother knows well how to bring up and nurture her children to make then worthy citizens of the country.

d + i ; So, if the mother is educated, naturally her children will be educated.

e + ii ; An educated mother is therefore largely indebted to its educated mothers.

 

 

16.

Column A Column B
(a) We all ought to be indebted and grateful (i) to make us happy by doing their best for us.
(b) It is universally recognised that (ii) unhappy at our failure.
(c) While bringing us up they try (iii) we are altogether helpless in our childhood.
(d) They spend money for food, cloth, education etc. and (iv) them and try to make them happy.
(e) They become happy at our success and (v) to our parents for our lives on earth.
(vi) are brought up by them.
(vii) teach us how to acquire human qualities.

 

Ans : a + v ; We all ought to be indebted and grateful to our parents for our lives on earth.

b + iii ; It is universally recognised that we are altogether helpless in our childhood.

c + i ; While bringing us up they try to make us happy by doing their best for us.

d + vii ; They spend money for food, cloth, education etc. and teach us how to acquire human qualities.

e + ii ; They become happy at our success and unhappy at our failure.

 

 

17.

Column A Column B
(a) Rabindranath Tagore was one of the (i) sent to London to study law.
(b) The poet was born into the (ii) revealed through his poetic novel ‘Banaphul’.
(c) Initially he was educated (iii) Tagore family in March 1861.
(d) But he was not able to accustom (iv) timelessly in all branches of Bangali literature.
(e) At the age of fifteen, his poetic genius got (v) informally at home.
(vi) himself to formal education.
(vii) most famous poet of world literature.

 

Ans ; a + vii ; Rabindranath Tagore was one of the most famous poet of world literature.

b + iii ; The poet was born into the Tagore family in March 1861.

c + v ; Initially he was educated informally at home.

d + vi ; But he was not able to accustom himself to formal education.

e + ii ; At the age of fifteen, his poetic genius got revealed through his poetic novel ‘Banaphul’.

 

 

18.

Column A Column B
(a) We observe the 21st February (i) people going to the Shaheed Minar.
(b) On this important day, our national flag (ii) attend the morning procession singing ‘Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushey February’.
(c) We also offer flowers at the (iii) as the Shaheed day with due respect and solemnity.
(d) The day was declared as the (iv) was covered with flowers.
(e) People of all walks of life spontaneously (v) is kept at half mast in all public and private buildings.
(vi) International mother language Day by UNESCO.
(vii) foot of the Shaheed Minar bare-footed to pay respect to the martyrs.

 

Ans ;  a + iii ; We observe the 21st February as the Shaheed day with due respect and solemnity.

b + v ; On this important day, our national flag is kept at half mast in all public and private buildings.

c + vii ; We also offer flowers at the foot of the Shaheed Minar bare-footed to pay respect to the martyrs.

d + vi ; The day was declared as the International mother language Day by UNESCO.

e + ii ; People of all walks of life spontaneously attend the morning procession singing ‘Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushey February’.

 

 

19.

Column A Column B
(a) Drug addiction means strong attraction for some (i) frequent taking of these drugs leads a man to death.
(b) It is now not only a national (ii) and are bound to commit crimes to arrange money.
(c) In fact, drugs are used basically for (iii) but also a global problem.
(d) It is observed with great concern that (iv) have grasped the young generation of our country.
(e) These boys, being unemployed, cannot buy these drugs (v) intoxicating and stimulating effects which tremendously tell upon our body and mind alike.
(vi) particular sorts of drugs which are harmful to our body and mind.
(vii) especially the young boys are taking heroin, opium, phensidyle ans so on.

 

Ans :  a + vi ; Drug addiction means strong attraction for some particular sorts of drugs which are harmful to our body and mind.

b + iii ; It is now not only a national but also a global problem.

c + v ; In fact, drugs are used basically for intoxicating and stimulating effects which tremendously tell upon our body and mind alike.

d + vii ; It is observed with great concern that especially the young boys are taking heroin, opium, phensidyle ans so on.

e + ii ; These boys, being unemployed, cannot buy these drugs and are bound to commit crimes to arrange money.

 

 

20.

Column A Column B
(a) Penicillin is (i) of the eight brothers and sisters.
(b) It was discovered by Dr. Alexander Fleming who (ii) and he went there on foot.
(c) He was the seventh (iii) passed his boyhood with his parents.
(d) The school was four miles away from his house (iv) never absent from school.
(e) He was sent to London (v) a life-saving medicine.
(vi) at the age of fourteen.
(vii) was born in a poor family in Scotland.

 

Ans ; a + ii ; Penicillin is and he went there on foot.

b + v ; It was discovered by Dr. Alexander Fleming who a life-saving medicine.

c + i ; He was the seventh of the eight brothers and sisters.

d + ii ; The school was four miles away from his house and he went there on foot.

e + vi ; He was sent to London at the age of fourteen.

 

21. Match the phrases in column A with the phrases in column B to make complete sentences.                          1×5=5

Column A Column B
(i)     William  Shakespeare, was one of the greatest (a) a man of versatile genius
(ii)   He rose like a dazzling (b) never set and will shine forever
(iii)  Perhaps, he was born at (c) intellectual giants that the world has ever produced
(iv)   Shakespeare was really (d) star in the firmament of English literature
(v)    His literary sun will (e) Stratford-on-Avon in 1564 and died in 1616 A. D.

22.

The phrases in column A are the beginnings of some sentences. The phrases in column B are the endings. Match the phrases in column A with the phrases in column B to make complete sentences. 1×5=5

Column A Column B
a) Deforestation means i) rising rapidly.
b) The effects of deforestation are ii) carbon dioxide is increasing worldwide.
c) Due to deforestation iii) serious damage to the soil.
d) The sea level is iv) too many to describe.
e) It also causes v) cutting down of trees in large number.

23. The phrases in column A are the beginnings of some sentences. The phrases in column B to make complete sentences

Column A Column B
(i) Writing is one of the most (a) we are in a state of wisdom
(ii) Indeed, our present civilization (b) indebted to the boon of writing
(iii) For the contribution of writing (c) marvelous things ever invented by man
(iv) If you give a small child pencil and paper (d) he will draw pictures of houses and cows and men, women
(v) We are greatly (e) depends largely upon writing.