মোচ্ছা. রুবিনা খাতুন, সহকারী শিক্ষক, দখিনা রূপকারী উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়, বাগাইছড়ি, রাঙামাটি ০৫ জুলাই ২০২০, ০০:০০
Part-C (Grammar Part)
Question-9 (Suffix & Prefix)
3. Fill in the blanks used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text.
Those who live a (a) (luxury) life are always (b) (different) to the miseries of the poor. They enjoy life in (c) (amuse) and (d) (merry). They are (e) (centered) people. They have little (f) (realize) of the (g) (bounded) sufferings of the poor. They do not bother about their (h) (suffer). They feel (i) (comfort) to work for their (j) (better).
Ans : a) luxurious b) indifferent c) amusement d) merriment e) self-centered f) realization g) unbounded h) sufferings i) discomfort j) betterment
4. Fill in the blanks used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text.
A pious man is free from (a) (sin) activities. He is not (b) (kind ) to anyone. He maintains good (c) (relation) with all. Above all, he is not (d) (greed) . He knows that (e) (deed) leads a man to (f) (destruct). He enjoys peace (g) (mental). He is not (h) (sympathetic). He tries to (i) (move) the sufferings of people. He leads a (j) (peace) life.
Ans : a) sinful
b) unkind c) relationship d) greedy e) misdeed
f) destruction g) mentally
h) unsympathetic i) remove
5. Fill in the blanks used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text.
Life without leisure and (a) (relax) is dull. Life becomes (b) (charm) if one does not have any time to enjoy the (c) (beauty) objects of nature. (d) (monotony) work hinders the (e) (smooth) of work. Leisure (f) (rich) our spirit to work. Everybody knows that (g) (work) is (h) (harm). Leisure does not mean (i) (idle). It gives freshness to (j) (create) our energy.
Ans : a) relaxation b) charm less c) beautiful d) monotonous e) smoothness f) enrich g) overwork h) harmful i) idleness j) recreate
6. Fill in the blanks used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text.
The true aim of education is the (a) (harmony) development of body, mind and soul. But (b) book) knowledge is (c) (sufficient) in this regard. Without (d) (curricular) activities the full blooming of body, mind and soul is (e) possible). Co-curricular activities include debate, (f) (public) of magazine, (g) (culture) activities. They part and parcel for the full (h) (flourish) of the talent of the students. They also teach students modesty, (i) (diligent) and (polite).
Ans : a) harmonious b) bookish c) insufficient d) co-curricular e) impossible f) publication g) cultural h) flourishing i) diligence j) politeness
7. Fill in the blanks used in the following text by adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words underlined in the text.
(a) (Persevere) is a great virtue to be (b) (success) in life. Those who do not persevere in life become (c) (success) in their mission and only blame their (d) (fortune). Remember that the successful people are always (e) (act). So try to be persevering. (f) (sincere) is another important virtue that (g) (able) a person to accomplish a job (h) appropriate). Student life is the (i) (gold) period of a man’s life. One should not (j) (use) this period of life.
Ans: a) Perseverance
d) misfortune e) active
f) sincerity g) enables
h) appropriately i) golden