Add prefix, suffix or both to the underlined words in the following text:
Example – 41
Every year Pahela Boishakh is observed (a) traditional. People wear (b) colour dress. Many (c) art arrange various programmes. The well known (d) sing song on this day. People pass the day through (e) enioy arid (f) merry. They forget their (g) monotony life. The day is very important for our (h) culture life.
Answer: (a) traditiohally (b) colourful; (c) artists; (d) singers; (e) enjoyment; (f) merriment; (g) monotonous; (h) cultural.
Example – 42
Rabindranath Tagore is known as Bishwa Kabi because his literature has (a) universe appeal ( His (b) translate of Gitanjali won him the Nobel Prize in literature in 1913. Rabindranath (c) dear loved the land, rivers, people and (d) nature beauty of his country. He had an (e) prefer for the (f) disturb environment of Bangladesh. He spent the (g) gold days of his life in Kushtia and wrote many poems (h) glory the country.
Answer: (a) universal; (b) translijtion; (c) dearly; (d) natural; (e) preference; (f) undisturbed; (g) golden; (h) glorifying.
Example – 43
(a) Kind is a divine virtue. So, we should riot be (b) kind to the people in distress and even to (c) low animals. Some naughty boys (d) joy beating the animals like dogs and cats. This is a/an (e) rational behaviour Animal can understand your act of kindness. If you are (f) friend with hem they can (g) real your kind behaviour. As a result, (h) friend grow instead of hostility.
Answer: (a) Kindness; (b) unkind; (c) lower; (d) enjoy; (e) irrational; (f) friendly; (g) realize; (h) friendship.
Example – 44
Food (a)—– (adulterate) is a crime. Adulterated food is very (b) —— (poison) and causes (c) —— (cure) diseases. Some (d) —— (scruple) businessmen have direct (e) —– (involve) in this work of making money (f) —– (quick). So, they deserve (g) —— (example) punishment. We should be aware of these (h) —— (honest) men.
Answer: ( a) adulteration; (b) poisopous; ( c) incurable; ( d) unscrupulous; ( e) involvement; (f) quickly; (g) exemplary; (h) dishonest.
Example – 45
Introve1t and extrovert are particular types of (a) person. Introverts are (b) usual shy. They don’t like talking too, much and starting a conversation. They are also not very (c) noise and prefer to stay quiet. They are not (d) going in nature and feel more ( e) comfort in talking the least rather than following people. An extrovert is just the opposite. People having both kinds of (f) character are found in human society. In the field of literary (g) create, the writers also make the characterization (h) according.
Answer: (a) personalities; (b) usually; ( c) noisy; ( d) out-going; ( e) comfortable; (f) characteristics; (g) creation; (h)accordingly.
Example – 46
(a) Nutrition is the cause of (b) blind. The poor do not have (c) finance capacity to eat(d) nutrition food. They cannot buy good food for (e) money problem. They lead a, (f) nutrition life. They are (g) basic (h) able to meet their daily wants.
Answer: (a) malnutrition; (b) blindness; (c) financial; (d) nutritious; (e) monetary; (t) miserable; (g) basically; (h) unable.
Example – 47
Man has an (a) —— (quenchable) thirst for knowledge. The (b) ——- (domitable) spirit of adventure has inspired him to (c) —— (take) and carry out (d) —— (danger) tasks. It resulted in epochmaking discoveries. These discoveries have (e) —– (graded) human life (f) —— (exceeding). The discoveries arid inventions have made people (g) —— (bound), (h) —— (Actual), they can dream of living in the moon today.
Answer: (a) unquenchable; (b) indomitable; (c) undertake; (d) dangerous; (e) upgraded; (f) exceedmgly; (g) unbounded/boundless; (h) Actually.
Example – 48
None but he (a) industry expect’ success in life. Industry is the key to success. An idle man can never by (b) success in life. In fact, success in life does not come (c) automatic. Only by working (d) relentless, one can succeed in life We must shake off our (e) idle, in order to succeed in life. An idle person has to depend on other’s income for his (f) survive. It is (g) doubted very (h) grace.
Answer: (a) industrious.; (b) successful; (c) automatically; (d) relentlessly; (e) idleness; (f) survival; (g) undoubtedly; (h) disgraceful.
Example – 49
(a) Overeat is not a good habit. It means eating (b) excess food. Some people (c) occasional eat too much. It results in (d) digestion which is (e) injure to health. People suffer from (f) digest trouble because they cannot resist their (g) tempt for overeating. They are (h) tolerant.
Answer: (a) Overeating; (b) excessive; (c) occasionally; (d) indigestion; (e) injurious; (f) digestion, (g) temptation; (h) intolerant.
Example – 50
Everybody hates (a) honest On the other hand, honesty is always respected. We should (b) like dishonest people. It is totally (c) possible for a dishonest person to be happy. (d) Honest can offer you an (e) comfort life, whereas dishonesty brings (f) honour in men’s life in most chases, dishonest people don’t hesitate to undertake (g) social activities. So, dishonesty should be (h) remove.
Answer: (a) dishonesty; (b) dislike; (c) impossible; (d) Honesty; (e) comfortable; (t) dishonour; (g) anti-social; (h) removed.