Add prefix, suffix or both to the underlined words in the following text:
Example – 31
The Prophet Mohammad (Sm) equated one literate non-believer with ten (a) literate believers, an islamic organization working on (b) literate and patronage of ( c) scholar. Ibn Sina one of the most famous Muslim philosophers of all times, saw the task of (d) educate as creating a complete citizen (e) physical, (f) mental and (g) moral, and preparing him for a profession whereby he could earn, his own (h) lively and contribute to the society.
Answer: (a) livelihood (b) literacy; (c) scholarship; (d) education; (e) physically; (f) mentally; (g) morally; (h) livelihood.
Example – 32
Writing skill does not mean that you will write from different sources. It means you will write by (a) your in your own way on a (b) give topic. When you write, you have to think and produce sentences-expressing your ideas and views. So, it is called the (c) produce skill. To make a clear (d) express you must know the rules ‘of sentences. You must take care so that your words are not (e) spelt In order to improve your handwriting, you must give up the habit of (f) regular practice of writing. It is necessary for the (g) improve your handwriting as well as (h) expand of power of creation.
Answer: (a) yourself; (b) given; (c) productive; (d) expressipn; (e) misspelt; (f) irregular; (g) improvement; (h) expansion.
Example – 33
Food (a) adulterate is a great problem in the country. (b) Adulterate food is (c) harm to health Some (d) scrupulous businessmen adulterate food to make money. By eating adulterated food we will get (e) curable diseases. Steps have been taken by the government to stop the (f) practice of food adulteration. It is a (g) punish offense to make food and fruits (h) poison by using any chemical or any substance.
Answer: (a) adulteration; (b) Adulterated; (c) harmful; (d) unscrupulous; (e) incurable; (f) malpractice; (g) punishable; (h) poisonous.
Example – 34
Flowers (a) symbol love and (b) pure. The (c) charm fragrance of flowers makes us feel (d) some. Nowadaysflower (e) cultivate is money-making (f) busy. Many people improve their condition doing flower business. The (g) employed youths of the society can think about it (h) sure.
Answer: (a) symbolize; (b) purity; (c) charming; (d) awesome; (e) cultivation; (f) business; (g) unemployed; (h) surely.
Example – 35
Students learn lessons and keep them in memory. If the lesson is (a) interest, it is easy for them. If it is interesting, they may feel a (b) interest in it. They also often practice. They should try (c) repeated for understanding. Students should be very (d) mind of their study. They should be (e) labour also if they want to achieve (f) glory results 1n the exams. They should be (g) curiosity about what they don’t understand. They should try (h) frequent if they fail to understand any lesson.
Answer: (a) interesting; (b) interested; (c) repeatedly; (q) mindful; (e) laborious; (f) glorious; (g) curious; (h) frequently.
Example – 36
(a) Proper garbage disposal can cause contamination of subterranean water sources, (b) Locating garbage dumps doesn’t necessarily solve this (c) credibly unhealthy problem. Laws preceding the disc0very of this problem were predictably relaxed in terms of garbage disposal. Since the discovery, authorities have proceeded to (d) tough these laws and have (e) jected funds into (f) evaluating. ongoing practices, (g) Jection of environmental organizations has helped to convince an (h) credulous public of the depth of the problem and the need to recycle.
Answer: (a) Improper; (b) Dislocating; (c) incredibly; (d) toughen; (e) injected; (f) reevaluating; (g) Injection; (h) incredulous.
Example – 37
River gypsies of Bangladesh are now facing (a) problems. The country is getting (b) urban very rapidly. So, the gypsies are losing their (c) custom in urban areas. As a result of there, income is (d) threat. Again waterway is (e) gradual shrinking. Besides, (f) predict rain an drying out of rivers have made the (g) move of boats heavily restricted. In the face of the stem (h) real many or they have. left their ancestor’s profession.
Answer: (a) various; (b) urbanized; (c) customers; (d) threatened; (e) gradually; (f) unpredicted; (g) movement; (h) reality.
Example – 38
The true aim of education is the (a) —- (harmony) development of body, soul, and mind. 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) —– (publish) of magazine and (g) —– (culture) activities. They teach students (h) —– (modest), diligence and (i) —— (tight) the bondage of (j) —– (friend) among the students.
Answer: (a) harmonious; (b) bookish; (c) insufficient (d) co-curricular; (e) impossible; (f) publication; (g) cultural; (h) modesty; (i) tighten; (j) friendship.
Example – 39
Farida is an eight years old girl. She is an (a) educated girl. Her father was a day (b) labour and her mother was a garment (c) work. She is very (d) fortunate because she lost both of them at such a tender age. So she is very (e) help. She works as a domestic servant in the house of a rich man. The (f) own of the house is very (g) kind and always (h) behaves with her.
Answer: (a) uneducated; (b) labourer; (c) worker; (d) unfortunate; (e) helpless; (f) owner; (g) unkind; (h) misbehaves.
Example – 40
(a) Literacy is a curse. For having (b) adequate institutions, all citizens of our country do not get proper (c) educate. As a result, they remain ignorant about nutrition, technology, etc. and so they suffer from (d) nutrition and many other problems ( e) govern should take some steps to eradicate the problem. Because no (f) develop is possible keeping most of the people (g) literate. They do not know how to use the scientific method in their (h) respect fields.
Answer: (a) Illiteracy; (b) inadequate; (c) education; (d) malnutrition; (e) government; (f) development; (g) illiterate; (h) respective.