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cÖ_‡gB j¶¨ ivL‡Z n‡e k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~‡e©i Ges c‡ii kãwU ev word-wU †Kvb RvZxq parts of speech, KviY blank ev k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~‡e©i ev c‡ii word-wUi mv‡_ k~Y¨¯’vbxq word-wUi m¤úK© Aek¨B _v‡K| GKwU avivewnKZv eRvq †i‡L ev‡K¨ word-¸‡jv e‡m| k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~e©eZx© Ges cieZ©x k‡ãi mv‡_ mvgÄm¨ †i‡L k~Y¨¯’vbxq kãwU n‡e| k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~‡e©i Ges c‡ii k‡ãi parts of speech eyS‡Z cvi‡j, k~Y¨¯’v†b †Kvb RvZxq parts of speech n‡e Zv mn‡RB wba©viY Kiv hvq|

GKbR‡i †KŠkj¸‡jvt

  • k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~‡e©i Ges c‡ii word-wU †Kvb RvZxq parts of speech, Zv wba©viY Ki‡Z n‡e|
  • k~Y¨¯’vbxq kãwU †Kvb RvZxq parts of speech n‡e, Zv wba©viY Ki‡Z n‡e|
  • ev‡K¨i A_©-Abymv‡i Dchy³ parts of speech k~Y¨¯’v‡b emv‡Z n‡e|


It was a..(1) saint who …(2) the foundation of a Muslim colony in Bagerhat district. (Ans:renowned; laid


 (1)-blank-Gi c~‡e© Article aAv‡Q| Article-Gi (we‡kl K‡i a/ an) ci mvaviYZ common noun/ adjective e‡m| ZvB GLv‡b k~Y¨¯’vbxq kãwU adjective n‡e| Avevi adjective _vK‡j Zvi c‡i Aek¨B noun nq| GLv‡b k~Y¨¯’‡bi cieZ©x kãwU common noun  Kv‡RB k~Y¨¯’v‡bi kãwU GKwU adjective n‡e| ZvB GLv‡b renowned (Participle= Adjective + Verb) e‡m‡Q| D‡j­L¨ GLv‡b Dchy³ Ab¨vb¨ adjective †hgb Famous/ Eminent-I emv‡bv hv‡e|

D³ evK¨wU GKwU Complex Sentence Ges who….the………AskwU subordinate clause | GB subordinate clause Gi subject wnmv‡e KvR K‡i‡Q relative pronoun “who” | †h‡nZz D³ clause-wU assertive RvZxq Ges subject (“who”) Gi c‡i blank Kv‡RB GLv‡b Verb em‡e| ZvB GLv‡b laid e‡m‡Q| D‡j­L¨ GLv‡b Dchy³ Ab¨vb¨ Verb †hgb Set/ Establish I emv‡bv hv‡e|

Av‡iv j¶bxq Sentence-wU past tense-G Av‡Q| ZvB Verb Gi past form e‡m‡Q|

Assertive :- Subject + verb + object/extension

                        Who+ laid + the foundation….



He is… the torch bearer of Islam. (Answer: known)

D³ k~Y¨¯’v‡bi c~‡e©i kãwU be Verb-is

Subject + be verb + adjective/ (Common Noun)  -GLv‡b Known- past participle (Adjective)

D‡j­L¨Be Verb (am, is, are-present; was, were-past; will be, shall be-future)

Active Voice-G  Continuous Tense- G e‡m A_©vr MVb n‡e wbgœiƒct

Subject + be + present participle (-ing hy³ g~j verb- hv GKwU  Adjective-Gi gZ KvR K‡i|)

Passive Voice-G Indefinite Tense-G e‡m| A_©vr MVb n‡e wbgœiƒct

Subject + be + past participle (hv GKwU  Adjective-Gi gZ KvR K‡i)  –Kv‡RB ejv hvq Be verb-Gi ci Adjective e‡m|


The city was……with mosques, tanks, roads, etc. for the…… of people (Answer: adorned; betterment)

GwU GKwU Passive Voice hvi MVb wbgœiƒct

Subject + be + past participle (Adjective)

Avevi D³ k~Y¨¯’v‡bi Gi c‡ii kãwU Preposition – with, adornedwith GKwU ApropriatePreposition

Avgiv Rvwb †h,ApropriatePreposition -Gi †¶‡Î wKQz wKQz Word wbw`©ó Preposition †bq, Kv‡RB with, for, in, BZ¨vw` Preposition _vK‡j eySv hvq c~‡e©i Word-wU †Kvb RvZxq n‡e| GLv‡b Av‡iv K‡qKwU Word emv‡bv hv‡e †hgbt decorated with Kvib GLv‡b decorate kãwU adorn-Gi mgv_©K| (D‡j­L¨ mgv_©K Word-¸‡jv mvaviYZ GKB ai‡bi Preposition †bq|) 2q blank-Gi c~‡e© definite article “the” Av‡Q| ZvB GLv‡b Abstract Noun “betterment” Common Noun wnmv‡e e¨eüZ n‡q‡Q| j¶bxq †h S.S.C I H.S.C.-Fill in the blank Or vocabulary test-Gi †¶‡Î †`Lv hvq the Gi ci †ewkifvM‡¶‡Î Abstract Noun ev ing-hy³ Verb ev HRvZxq Word  _v‡K| (G ai‡bi mgm¨vi †¶‡Î article-Gi e¨envi fvjfv‡e Rvb‡j DcK…Z nIqv hvq|)  Av‡iv j¶bxq of-Gi c~‡e©i Ges c‡ii Word-wU GKB RvZxq nq| A_©vr of (Preposition) -Gi ci Noun e‡m Ges †`Lv hvq c~‡e©i Word-wUI †ewkifvM‡¶‡Î Noun-B nq|


Ali proceeded towards Bagerhat…… to preach Islam. (Answer: in order)

GLv‡b In order to -GKwU Prepositional phrase.

GLv‡b Ali proceeded towards Bagerhatto preach Islam.GiKg Sentence-I n‡e|to preach-nj Infinitive |




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