Add prefix, suffix or both to the underlined words in the following text:
Example – 11
(a) Honesty is the best of all virtues. An honest man is always (b) truth. He is never (c) harm to anybody. Nobody is (d) satisfied with him. On the other hand, everybody (e) like an (f) honest man. People remember an honest man (g) respectful even after his death. Without honesty peace and happiness is (h) possible.
Answer: (a) Honesty; (b) truthful; ( c) harmful; ( d) dissatisfied; ( e) dislikes; (t) dishonest; (g) respectfully; (h) impossible.
Example – 12
Bangladesh is a small country but it has a large (a) populate. Most people here live below the poverty line and cannot, therefore, afford to educate their (b) child. Many poor children either drop out of school just after a few years or (c) simple do not go to school at all. Despite this situation we have far too many students to educate (d) compare to the number of institutions (e) avail. Bangladesh needs more schools, colleges and universities to provide for the increasing number of students. But owing to (f) finance and resource constraints, the (g) govern cannot fund the requisite number of (h) education institutions.
Answer: (a) population; (b) children; ( c) simply; ( d) compared; ( e) available; (f) financial; (g) government; (h) educational.
Example – 13
Bangladesh is our birth land. It is small but (a) beauty. It is an (b) agriculture country. Most of the people of this country (c) direct or indirectly depend on agriculture for their (d) live. Many important industries are (e) depend on agricultural products. Every year (f) nature disasters damage our crops. (g) Fail of crops causes sufferings to the entire people. The (h) farm suffer most.
Answer: (a) beautiful; (b) agricultural; (e) directly; (d) livelihood; (e) dependent; (f) natural; (g) failure; (h) farmers.
Example – 14
(a) Deforest is going on in our country. It means (b) destroy of forests. People anr cutting down treees for housing or (c) cultivate. Thus, they are making the environment (d) pollute. To make up the loss of trees we need (e) afforest. Lose of trees will be (f) danger for our country. Our (g) develop will be (h) serious affected if we don’t plant trees.
Answer: (a) Deforestation; (b) destruction; (c) cultivation; (d) pollution; (e) afforestation; (f) dangerous; (g) development; (h) seriously.
Example – 15
Everywhere Pahela Baishakh is observed (a) traditional. People wear (b) colour dress. Many (c) art arrange various programmes. The well known (d) sing on this day. People pass the day through (e) enjoy. They become (f) forget of (g) monotony life. The day is very important for our (h) culture life.
Answer: (a) traditionally; (b) colourful; (c) artists; (d) singers; (e) enjoyment; (f) forgetful; (g) monotonous; (h) cultural.
Example – 16
Most students get (a) nerve about examinations. As a result, they often forget the answers theyget by heart. They fail to answer the questions (b) proper. Many parents put undue (c) press on their (d) child. This in tuni makes thein all the more (e) tense. During the exam, there are (f) vigilator. They are (g) teach who watch over the (h) exam.
Answer: (a) nervous; (b) properly; (c) pressure; (d) children; (e) tensive; (f) invigilators; (g) teachers; (h) examinees.
Example – 17
Our education remains (a) complete if we do not learn good manners. In our behaviour with others we must be (b) respect to others. We should never (c) behave with anybody because our (d) conduct may hurt others. We should not create any ( e) necessary quarrel with others The (f) important of good manners is (g) measurable. (h) Real a man of good manners is a gentleman.
Answer: (a) incomplete; (b) respectful; (c) misbehave; (d) misconduct; (e) unnecessary; (f) importance; (g) immeasurable; (h) Really.
Example – 18
(a) Eating is not a good habit. It means eating (b) excess food. Some people (c) occasional eat too much. results in (d) digestion which is (e) injure to health. Please avoid overeating. So people suffer from (f) digest trouble because they can not resist their (g) tempt for overeating. They are (h) tolerant.
Answer: (a) Overeating; (b) excessive; (c) occasional; (d) indigestion; (e) injurious; (f) digestion; (g) temptation; (h) intolerant.
Example – 19
A railway porter is a hard working person. He is a day (a) labour. He loads and (b) load the goods of a goods train. Besides, he is very busy during the (c) arrive and (d) depart of trains. He is an (e) literate man. He does not want to receive the (f) fix amount of foe for carrying the luggage of the passengers. During the (g) festive he demands a very high charge for his (h) serve.
Answer: (a) labourer, (b) unloads; ( c) arrival; ( d) departure; ( e) illiterate; (f) fixed; (g) festival; (h) service.
Example – 20
A good student is (a) mind to his studies. He is (b) respect to his (c) teach. He doesn’t (d) honour anybody. He is free from (e) conduct. He is (f) study. He is not (g) sincere in his study. He maintains (h) punctual.
Answer: (a) mindful; (b) respectful; (c) teachers; (d) dishonor; (e) misconduct; (f) studious; (g) insincere; (h) punctuality.