Complete the allowing text with suitable verbs in the box with their right form:
Example – 41
Time (a) ——- valuable. It (b) ——– none. It can’t be (c) ——– It is really unwise to (d) ——– time. The man (e) ———- the best use of time is sure to (f) ——— in life. We (g) ——— to remember that time once (h) ——— is lost forever.
Answer: (a) is; (b) awaits; (c) stopped; (d) misuse; (e) making; (f) prosper; (g) have; (h) lost.
Example – 42
An ideal teacher (a) ———- the architect of a nation. He knows the art of (b) ——–. His methods are (c) ——- and (d) ——— An ideal teacher (e) ——— his students like his own children. He (f) ———- the good works (g) ——- by his students. If a student makes any mistake, he tactfully helps him (h) ———-.
Answer: (a) is called; (b) teaching; (c) convincing; (d) praiseworthy; (e) treats; (f) does; (g) inspired; (h) realize.
Example – 43
Anger is often (a) ——– to fire because of it (b) ——– one’s good qualities as fire bums and (c) ——– our valuable things. Of course, a man may get angry but if his anger (d) ——– beyond control, it (e) ——— destructive. In all religions anger (f) ——— At the time of anger man’s peace of mind (g) ——— and conscience (h) ———–.
Answer: (a) compared; (b) spoils/destroys; (c) destroys/spoils; (d) goes; (e) becomes; (f) is forbidden; (g) is disturbed; (h) does not work.
Example – 44
Child labour has been (a) ———- internationally by the UN. To make a child do the work which is suitable for a man (b) ——– punishable. Yet in the third world countries the number of child Jabour (c)——- up day by day. Though every government is committed to (d) ——– rich people (e) ——– children in laborious works, things are not so easy. Poverty (f) ———- the main cause. poor parents (g) ——— to get economic benefits by employing their children. So, we should immediately (h) ——— this problem.
Answer: (a) banned; (b) is; (c) is going; (d) dissuading; (e) engaging; (f) is; (g) want; (h) address.
Example – 45
That was perfect happiness. I (a) ——— happiness before but it was not like this which (b) ——— ecstasy. I never (c) ——– her afterward. Sometimes she (d) ———- away but I (e) ——– and did not doubt. I said, “She (f) —— busy or she (g) ——– on a journey but she (h) ———-.
Answer: (a) knew; (b) was; (c) doubted; (d) went; (e) waited; (f) remains; (g) is; (h) will come.
Example – 46
It 1s high time we (a) ——– -our brain about the curse of dowry The issues o dowry (b) ——– be considered in view of the country’s soci0-economic cultural political circumstances. United efforts to put an end to vi0lence against women. A specific framework must (d) ——- up to be (e) ——— Anyway, we can (f) ——- that dowry (g) ——— to an end in the time (h) ———.
Answer: (a) used; (b) have to; (c) are required; (d) be drawn; (e) implemented; (f) hope; (g) will come; (h)to come.
Example – 47
We (a) ——– in an age of science. We can see the wonders of science around us. Science (b) ——– our life easy and comfortable. We cannot (c) ——– of modern life without science. Science (d) ——— up to the distant parts of the world. Telephone, telex, fax, wireless, telegram (e) ——– great wonders. They (f) ——— the world closer to us. We can (g) ——– news from one corner of the world to otherw1thm a moment. They (h) ——– space.
Answer: (a) Hve/are living; (b) has macie; (c) think; (d) has linked; (e) are: (f) have brought; (g) send; (h) have conquered.
Example – 48
There (a) ——– no rose without thorns, no rights without duties and no pleasures without pains. No wonder that a student (b) ——— certain duties to perform. He has to (c) ——– duties to his own self, to fps parents, to his family, to his country and what is more to Allah. The first and foremost duty of a student is to (d) ——— knowledge. But he must not (e) ———- himself to the prescribed books. He (f) ———- that his bright future largely depends on pr9perly doing work. He (g) ——— all his duties as per his capacities. He (h) ——— to find a bright prospect in the future.
Answer: (a) is; (b) has; (c) discharge; (d) acquire;le) confine; (f) should realise; (g) should do; (h) expect
Example – 49
Language (a) ———- as the best medium of expressing our feelings and thoughts. A language (b) ——— in two ways, learning, and acquisition. When a man learns· his mother tongue he (c) ——– nothing but spontaneity. On the contrary, to learn a foreign or second language, one (d) ——— conscious. Without (e) ——– a conscious learner, none can (f) ———- the art of speaking like the foreigners. If anyone (g) ——— in this regard, he has to (h) ——— behind.
Answer: (a) is regarded; (b) is earned; (c) has; (d) must be; (e) being; (f) earn; (g) fails; (h) lag.
Example – 50
Awareness about doing duty is (a) ——— dutifulness. Human life is (b) ——— with duties and responsibilities. There (c) ——– no adult person who does not (d) ——– any duty. Human beings birth on this earth is for (e) ——– certain duties. He who does not do his duty and responsibility (f) ——– in the long run. By performing the duties properly a man can be (g) ——— with success. He (h) ——– prosperous and happy in life.
Answer: (a) called; (b) replete; (c) is; (d) have; (e) performing; (f) suffers/will suffer; (g) crowned; (h) becomes/will become.