Add prefix, suffix or both to the underlined words in the following text:
Example – 51
Man wants to gain (a) popular in (b) differ ways. But (c) honest. ways can’t (d) popular a man. (e) Power people can have honour. But this honour will not last long if their (f) behave is not good. When common people are hurt by their (g) behaviour, they don’t express their feeling in front of them. But they make an (h) conception about him.
Answer: ( a) popularity; (b) different; ( c) dishonest; (d) popularize; ( e) powerful; (f) behaviour; (g) misbehaviour; (h) misconception.
Example – 52
Ours is a (a) democracy country. Here it is not possible for any (b) elected person to rule over the country. (c) Participate in all parties in (d) nation elections (e) strength democracy. In a democracy, there is no (f) exist of (g) harmony among the people of (h) differ creeds.
Answer: (a) democratic; (b) unelected; (c) Participation; (d) national; (e) strengthens; (f) existence; (g) disharmony; (h) different.
Example – 53
A library is a storehouse of knowledge. It satisfies our thirst for the (a) seen and the (b) known. An educational institution is (c) complete without a library. Like all other educational institutions, we have a big library. Our library is very (d) help us. A library (e) wide the mental horizon of students. It broadens his outlook, (f) deep his knowledge. Again it is (g) possible for him to buy all books. So he can borrow books from the library and derive much benefit. Our library has a great (h) attract to us. I am proud of my library.
Answer: (a) unseen; (b) unknown; (c) incomplete; (d) helpful; (e) widens; (f) deepens; (g), impossible, (h) attraction.
Example – 54
My mother has come of a (a) respect Muslim family. She is very polite, (b) affection and intelligent. She manages the family (c) nice. She loves me (d) dear. She is ready to sacrifice her own (e) happy for us. She gives much importance on (f) truthful and honesty. She advises us not to follow any (g) honesty in life and not to do anything (h) wisely.
Answer: (a) respectable; (b) affectionate; (c) nicely (d) dearly; (e) happiness; (t) truthfulness, (g) dishonesty; (h) unwisely.
Example – 55
(a) —– (Friend) is a strong (b) —— (bond). It does not know the (c) —– (differ) between the rich and the poor. It is an (d) —– (emotion) attachment based on mutual trust. In that sense, a friend is both (e)—— (rely) and (f) —— (believe) who is ready to help us in any (g) —— (danger) situation. There, the person who does not have a good friend is really (h) ——( fortunate).
Answer: (a) Friendship; (b) bonding; (c) difference; (d) emotional; (e) reliable; (f) belieyable; (g) dangerous; (h) unfortunate.
Example – 56
We know that (a) overeat is really (b) harm to health. It means eating (c) excess food. Some people (d) occasional eat too much. It results in (e) digestion. People suffer. from (f) digest trouble because they cannot resist their (g) tempt for overeating. Such a habit should be (h) give up.
Answer: (a) overeating; (b) harmful; (c) excessive; (d) occasionally; (e) indigestion; (f) digestion/digestive; (g) temptation; (h) given.
Example – 57
The aim of (a) educate is to make a man fully equipped to be (b) use to himself and to society. A (c) true educated person should be self-reliant with regard to his (d) person needs. He should be well-mannered, (e) thought, sympathetic and co-operative. He should be (f) truth, honest, punctual and (g) duty. Punctuality is a virtue that makes a nation dutiful and (h) prosper. An educated person knows it.
Answer: (a) education; (b) useful; (c) truly; (d) personal; (e) thoughtful; (f) truthful; (g) dutiful; (h) prosperous.
Example – 58
Man is the best of all (a) create of the almighty God. He is (b) super to dint of his power of (c) intellect level. The Creator has blessed him with (d) science in order to (e) rich and (f) noble his mind. Such a man is respected by all. If one is (g) competent to do so, he/she cannot (h) success in life.
Answer: (a) creations; (b) superior; (c) intellectua1; (d) conscience; (e) enrich; (f) ennoble; (g) incompetent; (h) succeed.
Example – 59
Blood (a) donate is a noble act. But many people are (b) willing to donate blood because of their cheap (c) mental. Donating blood can save the life of a (d) die patient. The government should (e) courage people to donate blood (f) free. Otherwise, we will be (g) able to save the lives of serious patients, which is very (h) graceful.
Answer: (a) donation; (b) unwilling; ( c) mentality; ( d) dying; ( e) encourage; (f) freely; (g) unable; (h) disgraceful.
Example – 60
If we go through the life of the (a) fame persons, we find that they attain (b) great not by sudden flight or as a gift from anybody. They become (c) forgettable personalities by virtue of the nobility of their nature. They ( d) bold fought against all the difficulties of life. They wisely avoided the (e) moral ways of life. They did not deviate from the (t) truth path. They teach us that nobility does not require (g) ordinary qualities. Rather, to become great and (h) adore one needs to have a strength of mind arid firmness of character.
Answer: (a) famous; (b) greatness; (c) unforgettable; (d) boldly; (e) immoral; (f) true; (g) extraordinary (h) adorable.