Identify the verb in the sentence ‘’May God be with you.’’
Modern data base 'Produce reams of observational data"
Find the correct sentence:
'Jacobean Period' of English Literature refers to
One of the professor’s greatest attributes is--
Who is an American author –
Bangladesh (seek) to become a fully IT-driven country.
The size and shape of the box depends primarily on the function---intended.
The episode was reported—in the press.
California relies heavily on income from fruit crops, and--
‘’I won’t be late.’’ The correct response may be:
Who is known as the goddess of love in Roman Mythology?
They will be here at seven o’clock---?
Who is known as “the poet of nature” in English literature?
Hyde park, the family estate of Roosevelt,---on the top of a bluff overlooking.
Wordsworth’s magnum opus is generally considered to be-
It is lack of gravity on the moon that makes---leaps of 30 feet or more.
Who lived a short life among the Romantics?
Which of the following writers belong to the Elizabethan period?
Earnest Hemingway was a –
Our national flag can symbolize political ideas that—express.
Who among the following writers is not a Nobel Laureate?
__the passage of light, many new plastics is processed using technologies rivaling those used in the manufacture of computer chips.
When Nobel Prize of literature was started?
One—memorable event happened to me in the summer of 1984.
Choose the correct sentence:
Which is the complex form of ‘They admitted their guilt’?
“The Rider’s to the Sea” written by J.M. Synge is a/an –
Earnest Hemingway achieved Nobel prize for literature in –
’She has wonderfully---eyes.’’
‘’Use---methods of research.’’
We were delayed—a traffic jam.
I don’t know----
Raihaa was bright but lazy and because of her—was never promoted.
He bought his friend’s pen. (complex)
Our class begins in November.
The contemporary astronomer needs to look at the sky from a mountain top
Who was an Irish dramatist?
__the moon influences only one kind of tide is not generally known.
Which period is known as 'The golden age of English literature'?
‘’I love ice-cream.’’ The correct response may be:
‘রয়টার্স’ কোন দেশের সংবাদ সংস্থা ?
I am prepared—for the examination.
What is the masculine gender of "mare" ?
“Restoration period’ in English literature refers to-
Which one of the following is not grammatically correct?
“ Lyrical Ballads” was first published in the year-
__on this beach is much more pleasant than—in the office.
In the 18th Century the Mughal Empire begun to---
P.B. Shelley’s “Adonais’ is an elegy on the death of –
I’ve no idea---
A trap—disguise is what has come to be called a Trojan Horse, from the ancient story of the gift of the wooden horse from the Greeks.
The most important chemical catalyst on the is chlorophyll,---carbon dioxide and water react to form carbohydrates.
Who is the only person achieved both Nobel Prize and Academy Award?
Which of the following has incorrect tag?
__Einstein was able to come up with a theory that has yet to be disproved.
If the answer is ‘’Rarely’’, what was the question?
The name of our country is The—Republic of Bangladesh.
I notified---I had changed my address.
Choose the best answer:
Who of the following writers was not a novelist?
To ride well requires practice. The underlined phrase is--
I do not know---.
After her death in 1986 many documentaries—Georgia O’Keeffe were produced.
Data is the plural form of which one?
"Data bases sit on computer disks, humming away" implies
Sigmund Freud was a/an –
The romantic age in English literature began with the publication of ___.
Which one is transitive verb?
Ayn Rand,--novels deals with the nature of capitalism in a democracy, is often taught in introductory courses in economics.
He got a---of land—his village.
Rudyard Kipling the author of “The Jungle Book” was awarded Nobel Prize for literature in the year –
The verb ‘survive’ can be changed into noun by adding--
Who is a Nobel Laureate?
The team is disqualified,--?
I don’t like milk. The correct response may be:
It is easy to say, but---to do.
By working hard, you can prosper. Here ‘’working’’ is a--
Which one is always used as singular?
Which period does the poet Alfred Tennyson belong to?
One who eats everything is called---
Nila couldn’t come to the party,---was a pity.
She is one of the most courageous persons---.
London town is found a living being in the works of-
__the dictionaries have information about pronunciation.
Central bankers---themselves ready to tackle the problems likely to be caused by falling share markets.
Modernism indicates –
The government has introduced---
The development of the light bulb—partly as a result of the widespread availability of electricity and the need for cheap, clean light.
__its area of defense, a fort should be built on an elevation and with some sort of natural feature of the landscape to obstruct direct access to the fort.
The literary term 'euphemism' means--
The depiction of the event in the media was—from reality.
The writer expresses his indebtedness to the people—the book could not have been written.
I have no advice that I can offer you. (simple)
Although they are smaller, chipmunks are ---most other ground squirrels.
Nancy hasn’t begun working on her Ph.D.---working on her Master’s.
By asking many questions, the instructor tried to—information from the students.
“Murder in the Cathedral” is a/an –
In the word ‘’prodemocracy’’ the prefix ‘’pro’’ means----
The traffic lights---green and I pulled away.
Who is not a Victorian poet?
The "Renaissance" era of English literature is _______.
Robert Browning was a _________ poet. Fill in the gap with appropriate word.
‘’I am a student’’. The correct response may be:
David Coperfield' is a/an ___ novel.
Her parents—it difficult to control their growing daughter.
One of the—of globalization is cultural---.
If the answer is ‘’everyday’’, what was the question?
__received law degrees as today.
Which of the following is feminine gender?
A good title for the passage will be —
‘’You should spend your time---‘’.
The teacher---student evaluations were the highest won an award.
Camping---usually provided facilities---entertainment.
“Tom Jones” by Henry Fielding was first published in –
Class relations and societal conflict is the key understanding of—
One of the four mentioned below is not a novelist of the Victorian Period.
Robert Frost was born in –
He is like a body without soul, an eye without light or a flower without---.
T.S. Eliot was born in –
It is believed that the modern bird---the pterodactyls that existed millions of years ago.
A medical study concluded that older people could increase their life span by sharply decreasing food intake. Here ’decreasing food intake’ means:
In many societies in the past, women were—to obey their husbands.
The change in the organization was so gradual that they seemed almost---.
I was bound—contact—pay the money.
O’Henry (William Sydney Porter) was a –
Where was Rudyard Kipling born?
If the answer is ‘’Hot’’, what was the question?
_____the legendary lost continent of Atlantic may someday be found.
__big cats, housecats have polyphonic sleeping patterns; that is, they take several naps a day.
Plural form of ‘Deer’--
Find out the correct answer.
“The Rape of the Lock” is a –
I don’t know---.
Since his retirement, Mr. Ashik was-a professor, has written four books
Duration of the Age of Sensibility is –
The ecological imbalance brings about different kinds of---
Paradise Lost” is written in –
’You need to seek—advice.’’
Overindulgence---character as well as physical stamina.
Marjorie Kennan Rawling was a –
The people at the party were worried about Janet because no one was aware---she has gone.
I regret that my remarks seemed--; I never intended to belittle you.