Right Form of Verbs Practices

Right form of Verbs Practices

1. If all the children of Bangladesh (a) — (go) to school, the country (b) — (get) rid of the curse of illiteracy. To boost up education, the government (c) — (spend) more money. Subsidies must (d) — (give) in the education sector. Teachers (e) — (need) to (f) — (train) for good teaching. The poor students can (g) — (bring) under “Food for Education” programme. We (h) — (take) care that no institution (i) — (close) down due to political clashes. All concerned (j) — (be) conscious about it. 

2. Trees contribute a lot to maintain ecological balance. A month-long tree fair (a) — (begin) in Kurigram stadium recently. It (b) — (organize) by the local administration and the Department of Social Forestation. The fair (c) — (inaugurate) yesterday by the DC of Kurigram. It was also addressed by other speakers who (d) — (emphasize) the need for planting more trees. The chief guest in his speech (e) — (put) importance on planting trees so that we (f) — (save) our environment from other effects of climate change and natural disasters. A huge procession (g) — (parade) through the town streets after the inaugural session. Various government and nongovernment organizations (h) — (set) up stalls displaying saplings of different varieties. Cultural functions (i) — (arrange) every night (j) — (inspire) people to plant trees.

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3. English (a) — (be) the most widely used international language. It (b) — (learn) to communicate with the foreigners for various purposes such as (c) — (maintain) co-operation, co-existence and exchanging business information. There are also certain jobs which (d) — (require) a good functional knowledge of English. The jobs of a pilot, a postman, a telephone operator, a tour guide, a mechanic, a receptionist of an international hotel, an executive of a multinational firm, etc. (e) — (be) a few of them. Besides, a student (f) — (wish) to go for higher studies must learn English because the books on advanced education are mostly (g) — (write) in English. So, the importance and demand of learning English in our country can, in no way, be (h) — (ignore) . Rather, we should (i) — (put) high importance on (j) — (learn) English to make room for ourselves in the competitive world.

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4. Air (a) — (be) an important element of the environment. But it is constantly being (b) — (pollute) in many ways. We make fire to cook food and (c) — (do) many works. This fire emits smoke which (d) — (contaminate) air. Vehicles pollute the air to a great extent by (e) — (burn) fuel. Air pollution also (f) — (happen) when coal and oil (g) — (burn) . Mills and factories can be (h) — (hold) responsible for this pollution. It is high time we (i) — (check) air pollution. Otherwise, we (j) — (suffer) a lot. 

5. Idle Brain is a devil’s workshop. If we (a) — (waste) our time in idleness, all sorts of evil thoughts will crowd in our brains. Idle persons who (b) — (kill) their time are burdens of society. They (c) — (sit) idle and cherish no high ideal and lofty ambition in life. They (d) — (not support) themselves. They (e) — (lead) an unhappy life and (f) — (suffer) in the long run. There should be time for reading, for office or other work, time for physical exercise, time for recreation and time for prayer. This (g) — (indicate) that we should do everything at the right moment. We (h) — (lead) a healthy and prosperous life only when we (i) — (follow) the routine which we (j) — (make) for our guidance.

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6. The Liberation War of Bangladesh inspired many artists, singers and cultural activists. Eminent artiste Shaheen Samad (a) — (join) Bangladesh Mukti Sangrami Shilpi Sangstha during the Liberation War. She along with others (b) — (inspire) millions with her voice (c) — (raise) funds for the refugee camps. The.cultural troupe used to (d) — (travel) to refugee camps and different areas in Mukta’ Anchal. They (e) — (perform) patriotic songs and arranged puppet shows, besides, (f) — (stage) dramas. Shaheen Samad said, “Liberation War always (g) — (be) an inspiration for me.” She sang a lot of songs during that time and now (h) — (feel) honoured to have been able to inspire the freedom fighters. She has the memorable harmonium with which she sang in 1971. Now she (i) — (wish) to hand it over to Liberation War Museum. This eminent artiste wants live performance of those moving songs on TV channel, at least one song in a week and thus (j) — (cover) all the year round.

7. To err is human. If a man commits crime anytime and repents truly for his misdeed, he may (a) — (forgive) . But the man who (b) — (not, give up) the wrong, (c) — (suffer) surely. In the long run, he (d) — (will take) to the land of death. The old sailor (e) — (be) a wrong-doer in his long journey. He committed a crime (f) — (kill) a sea bird (g) — (call) Albatross. That crime ultimately (h) — (bring) bad luck to them. The ship (i) — (leave) in the icy sea. The sun shone over their head. The wind (j) — (drop) down. It was a great disaster. [Chattogram Board-2016]

8. Road mishap (a) — (happen) in our country almost daily. Recently it (b) — (rise) to an alarming rate (c) — (take) a heavy toll of human lives. The members of a family remain anxious if someone (d) — (travel) in a bus. In most cases, reckless driving (e) — (cause) road accidents. The drivers are in the habit of (f) — (violate) traffic rules. Road accidents can be (g) — (lessen) if the drivers drive their vehicles carefully. People should be conscious in this respect. While (h) — (cross) the road, they should be careful. Some people travel (i) — (climb) on the roof of the buses and trains. Traffic rules must be maintained strictly with a view to (j) — (control) road accidents.

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9. Jerry is an orphan. He (a) — (come) to the orphanage at four. He (b) — (lose) his parents in his infancy. Then, he (c) — (commit) to the orphanage’s care. He could hardly (d) — (recollect) his parents’ memory. Despite (e) — (be) an orphan, he had developed a strong fabric of morality. His inimitable morality (f) — (draw) him close to the writer. The writer (g) — (impress) with him. She started (h) — (show) affection for him. Jerry (i) — (take) her for his mother. He fabricated a lie (j) — (win) her heart.

10. Many events of great importance (a) — (take) place during the last century. Significant advances (b) — (make) in science and technology. Many European colonies (c) — (gain) independence. The democracy movement (d) — (become) prominent in many parts of the world. Two World Wars (e) — (break) out in this century. It also (f) — (witness) the misuse of atomic energy. Two cities of Japan were completely (g) — (destroy) as a result of the dropping of atom bombs. However, the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent nation (h) — (be) a momentous event. After a bloody war of nine months Bangladesh (i) — (bear) . Now we (i) — (hold) our heads high in the community of nations.

11. many people (a) — (not take) physical exercise. They can hardly (b) — (realize) that they (c) — (ruin) their health. They (d) — (fall) victim to many diseases. Life (e) — (become) dull to them. They (f) — (remain) always ill-tempered. We (g) — (build) good health and sound mind through physical exercise. Physical exercise (h) — (make) our body active and the muscles strong. It also (i) — (improve) our power of digestion and blood circulation. It (j) — (give) strength to our brain. [Barishal Board-2016]

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12. It has been over three hundred years since emperor Shah Jahan of Delhi (a) — (build) the Taj Mahal as a tomb for his wife in Agra. Architecturally, it (b) — (be) one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. The building (c) — (make) of fine white marble with inlays of colored marble. It (d) — (have) eight sides and many open arches. It (e) — (rest) on a platform of terrace of red sandstone. Four slender white towers (f) — (rise) from the corners of the terrace. A large dome (g) — (stand) above the center of the building. Around this large dome, there (h) — (be) four smaller domes. Just inside the outer walls, there is an open corridor from which the visitors (i) — (look) through carved marble screens into a central room. The bodies of Shah  Jahan and his wife Mumtaz (j) — (lie) in two graves below this room.

13. Most of the people who (a) — (appear) most often and most gloriously in the pages of history (b) — (be) great conquerors and generals and soldiers, whereas the people who really (c) — (help) civilization forward are often never (d) — (mention) at all. We do not know who first (e) — (set) a broken leg or launched a sea-worthy boat or (f) — (calculate) the length of a year, but we (g) — (know) all about the killers and destroyers. People think a great deal of them, so much so that on all the highest pillars in great cities of the world, you (h) — (find) figures of a conqueror, general, or soldier. And I think that most people (i) — (believe) that the greatest countries are those that (j) —(beat) in the battle the greatest number of countries and ruled over them as conquerors.

14. I (a) — (get) sufficient time in the last autumn vacation. So I (b) — (make) up my mind to journey from Dhaka to Chattogram. I (c) — (reach) the station about half an hour before the departure of the train. It (d) — (be) then a very busy time. Rickshaws, motorcars, and other vehicles (e) — (come) to the station with passengers. Coolies (f) — (run) behind them. There (g) — (be) shouts and rush of the passengers and the coolies. After hearing a whistle, the passengers (h) — (stand) in a queue before the ticket counter. I also (i) — (stand) in the line and (j) — (buy) a second-class ticket.

15. Parents (a) — (be) blessings of God to us. When a child (b) — (bear) , their joys (c) — (know) no bounds. They (d) — (start) (e) — (think) of (f) — (nurse) and (g) — (bring) up their children. They (h) — (remain) safe under the custody of their parents since birth. Parents never mind (i) — (take) pains for the upbringing of their offspring. We (j) — never (offend) our parents.

আরো পড়ুনঃ Preface to the Lyrical Ballads Bangla Summary

Answer to These Passages

  1. (a) go  (b) will get (c) should spend  (d) be given  (e) need to be trained  (g) be brought  (h) should take  (i) closes  (j) should be 
  2. (a) has been begun  (b) was organized (c) was inaugurated (d) emphasized (e) put (f) can save (g) paraded (h) set up (i) are arranged (j) to inspire
  3. (a) is (b) is learned (c) to maintain (d) require (e) are (f) wishing (g) written (h) ignored (i) put (j) learning
  4. (a) is (b) being polluted (c) do (d) contaminates (e) burning (f) happens (g) are burned (h) held (i) should check (j) will suffer
  5. (a) waste (b) kill (c) sit (d) do not support (e) lead (f) suffer (g) indicates (h) can lead (i) follow (j) make
  6. (a) joined (b) inspired (c) raised (d) travel (e) performed (f) staged (g) has been (h) feels (i) wishes (j) cover
  7. (a) be forgiven (b) does not give up (c) will suffer (d) will be taken (e) was (f) by killing (g) called (h) brought (i) was left (j) dropped
  8. (a) happens (b) has risen (c) taking (d) is traveling (e) causes (f) violating (g) lessened (h) crossing (i) by climbing (j) controlling
  9. (a) came (b) lost (c) was committed (d) recollect (e) being (f) drew (g) was impressed (h) showing (i) took (j) to win
  10. (a) took (b) were made (c) gained (d) became (e) broke (f) witnessed (g) destroyed (h) was (i) was born (j) hold
  11. (a) do not take (b) realize (c) ruin (d) fall (e) becomes (f) remain (g) can build (h) makes (i) improves (j) gives
  12. (a) built (b) is (c) is made (d) has (e) rests (f) rise (g) stands (h) are (i) can look (j) lie
  13. (a) appear (b) are (c) help (d) mentioned (e) set (f) calculated (g) know (h) will find (i) believe (j) have beaten
  14. (a) got (b) made (c) reached (d) was (e) came (f) ran (g) were (h) stood (i) stood (j) bought
  15. (a) are (b) is born (c) know (d) start (e) thinking (f) nursing (g) bringing (h) remain (i) taking (j) should never offend.
Riya Akter
Riya Akter
Hey, This is Riya Akter Setu, B.A (Hons) & M.A in English from National University.


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