Suffix & Prefix: Answer

Answer to the Suffix & Prefix

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King Solomon was (a) ----- (famous) for his (b) ----- (wisdom). He was blessed with (c) ----- (extra-ordinary) knowledge and it was really beyond people's (d) ----- (imagination). One day Queen of Sheba wanted to test how wise he was. Solomon was given two garlands of flowers. One was (e) ----- (natural) and the other was (f) ----- (artificial). As he had a close (g) ----- (association) with nature, he had been (h) ----- (successful) to differentiate them. In this way his (i) ----- (reputation) of (j) ----- (multidimensional) knowledge spreads all over the world.


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Humayun Ahmed was a (a) ----- (famous) novelist of our country. His novels gained a huge (b) ----- (popularity). The main (c) ----- (attraction) of his novels was the treatment of (d) ----- (psychology) and sense of human.(e) ----- (Specially), his Himu and Misir Ali are two (f) ----- (extra-ordinary) characters in Bangla literature. Besides a novelist, Humayun Ahmed was also a (g) ----- (dramatist) and a film (h) ----- (director). Thus, Humayun Ahmed has achieved an (i) ----- (unparalleled) position in our literary and (j) ----- (cultural) world.


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Hazrat Muhammad (sm) is the last prophet of Allah and the (a) ----- (leader) of all prophets. He is the greatest of men and (b) ----- (teachers) ever born on earth. There is none like him. Before his birth, Arabia was steeped in (c) ----- (darkness), ignorance and superstition. The Arabs were egnorant and wicked and they led (d) ----- (beastly) lives. They were (e) ----- (worshipers) of many gods and goddesses and were given to all kinds of vices. He got no opportunity for learning. But he was taught much higher things than (f) ----- (bookish) knowledge by Allah. From his (g) ----- (boyhood) he was (h) ----- (thoughtful), honest and (i) ----- (truthful). He was called Al-Amin or the (j) ----- (trusted) one.


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The dead body of the (a) ----- (warrior) was brought before the widow. She stood beside the dead body. She was (b) ----- (speechless) because she was (c) ----- (overwhelmed) with grief. All standing around the dead body (d) ----- (recalled) the good qualities of her husband. But she was still standing (e) ----- (moveless). She burst into tears when her child was given to her. She wept (f) ----- (bitterly) thinking of the (g) ----- (misfortune) of her child as it had become (h) ----- (fatherless). She also felt proud of her husband's (i) ----- (heroism) as her husband embraced (j) ----- (martyrdom).


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Rabindranath Tagore, one of the greatest literary figures in the world, won the Nobel Prize for the Gitanjoli in 1913. That brought him tremendous (a) -----(reputation) and (b) ----- (recognition) which he cherished in his life. Towards the end of his career, he paid (c) ----- (attention) to painting. His pictures according to the critics belong to a very high rank. Indeed, Tagore (d) ----- (hardly) did anything (e) ----- (substandard) in his life. His Galpaguchha is an (f) ----- (extra-ordinary) literary (g) ----- (creation) of short stories. They are about social and (h) ----- (psychological) elements of the people of our society. For example, in 'Haimanti' Rabindranath has (i) ----- (nicely) portrayed a (j) ----- (social) problem named dowry.


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Our (a) ----- (childhood) memories are full of (b) ----- (beautiful) and sad events. For example, I can (c) ----- (easily) remember the (d) ----- (memorable) incidents of my school life. Out teacher told us to read (e) ----- (sincerely). We always tried to follow their (f) ----- (instructions). Now, at our mature age, we realize that how (g) ----- (effective) their advice was. We are (h) ----- (highly) grateful to them. The role of our teachers in building our character and (i) ----- (morality) is (j) ----- (undeniable).


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Macbeth is Shakespeare's (a) ----- (shortest) tragedy which tells the story of a brave (b) ----- (Scottish) general. His name was Macbeth who receives a (c) ----- (prophecy) from a trio of witches. It reveals that one day he will become the king of Scotland. He is (d) ----- (consumed) by ambition and spurred to (e) ----- (action) by his (f) ----- (ambitious) wife Lady Macbeth. Out of (g) ----- (desperation) he kills King Duncan and takes the throne for himself. He soon becomes an (h) ----- (autocrate) ruler and resorts to (i) ----- (committing) more and more murder to protect himself from doubt and (j) ----- (suspicion).


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Slum (a) ----- (dwellers) are (b) ----- (rootless) people. (c) ----- (Actually), they are rootless and they have to take shelter in slums under different circumstances. They live there in an (d) ----- (inhuman) condition. They are deprived of all kinds of human rights. About 80% of the slum dwellers suffer from hunger, (e)  ----- (malnutrition), and different kinds of diseases. As a result, many of them die an (f) ----- (immature) death and the others fight with death. They live in a society of (g) ----- (lawlessness) and violence. They are made to involve in different social activities. Besides, they are exploited by so called political (h) ----- (leaders) for organizing hartals, picketing, damaging, vehicles and destroying public properties. The Government and non government welfare (i) ----- (organizations) should come forward to (j) ----- (rehabilitating) them. 


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My mother is very (a) ---------- (affectionate) to me. She advises me to (b) ---------- (enrich) my knowledge. She (c) ---------- (encourages) me to become (d) ---------- (industrious) and (e) ---------- (overcome) the problems. She is my guide and (f) ---------- (protector). During my (g) ---------- (illness) she nurses me very (h) ---------- (carefully) and helps me (i) ---------- (recover) soon. She is my (j) ---------- (favourite) person.


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In the past people did not have (a) ---------- (communication) facilities. They used to make (b) ---------- (movement) to short distant places on foot. Nowadays they go by rickshaws, taxies or by other kinds of (c) ---------- (motorized) vehicles. As a result, they do not undergo physical (d) ---------- (exercise) which is good for health. The ultimate result is that many a man is now getting diabetics. The (e) ---------- (suggestion) is that we should form the habit of walking. Walking (f) ---------- (enables) us to (g) ---------- (enjoy) the beauty of nature. It also helps us have physical (h) ---------- (fitness). But some people are (i) ---------- (indifferent) to walking. They give (j) ---------- (preference) to vehicles.  


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(a) ---------- (Violation) of traffic rules is not an (b) ---------- (uncommon) sight in our towns and cities. The (c) ---------- (violators) go (d) ---------- (unpunished). So, nobody cares for the traffic rules. Very often an (e) ---------- (unethical) competition is found among the drivers to overtake other vehicles. Most of our drivers are (f) ---------- (illiterate). They are very much (g) ---------- (careless) about what is going to happen. The loss of life by accident caused due to fast (h) ---------- (driving) is not a matter to them. It is due to (i) ---------- (improper) (j) ---------- (implementation) of traffic rules.


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Road accidents have (a) ---------- (recently) become a regular phenomenon in our country. As a result of the accidents many persons fall victims to (b) ---------- (untimely) death. It is reported that most of the accidents occur because of the (c) ---------- (violation) of traffic rules by (d) ---------- (unskilled) drivers and (e) ---------- (unconscious) passers-by. Many (f) ---------- (unlicensed) and (g) ---------- (faulty) vehicles run on the streets. These vehicles (h) ---------- (endanger) the (i) ---------- (safety) of passengers and passers-by. But many of us are (j) ---------- (unaware) of this danger.


14. Suffix and prefix: answer.

The use of computer has got worldwide (a) ---------- (popularity). It has been further (b) ---------- (modernized). People are going to have a (c) ---------- (computerized) system world in every sector. But one thing is very important to know that the (d) ---------- (usage) of computer affects eyesight. So, students should (e) ---------- (minimize) the period of using computer. Some children have (f) ---------- (addiction) to computer instead giving (g) ---------- (attention) to studies. They waste time on computer games. This is a very bad habit that makes them (h) ---------- (inattentive) to studies, and (i) ---------- (simultaneously) affects eyesight (j) ---------- (seriously). Children should give up this bad habit. 


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Computer is a (a) ---------- (fairly) recent (b) ---------- (invention) of modern science. No other gift of science is so (c) ---------- (wonderful) as it. It has brought about (d) ---------- (revolutionary) changes in human life. It has made human life (e) ---------- (easier) and more (f) ---------- (comfortable). It has made the (g) ---------- (impossible) possible. It can perform a complicated mathematical (h) ---------- (calculation) within a very short time. It is used in (i) ---------- (industrial) sector. It is also used to diagnose (j) ---------- (various) serious diseases.


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Mobile phone is a (a) ---------- (wonderful) gift for us. It is a recent (b) ---------- (invention) of modern science. It has become an (c) ---------- (unavoidable) part of our life. (d) ---------- (Truly) speaking, mobile phone is now a part and parcel in our (e) ---------- (daily) life and affair. Nowadays, there is (f) ---------- (hardly) any person who does not use mobile phone for essential (g) ---------- (communication). Our time and energy are (h) ---------- (largely) saved by the use of mobile phone. But (i) ---------- (improper) use of this device (j) ---------- (particularly) by the young generation may have negative effects on our society.


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(a) ---------- (Subway) means (b) ---------- (underground) railway. In the developed country of the world subways play a very vital role in rail (c) ---------- (communication). It is free from traffic Jam. In those countries the (d) ---------- (commuters) use subway for their quick (e) ---------- (movement). Subway is (f) ---------- (advantageous) for easy communication. It (g) ---------- (quickens) city traffic movement and (h) ---------- (ensures) a smooth city life. But it is (i) ---------- (unfortunate) that our city (j) ---------- (planners) have not yet been able to build a subway in Dhaka city.


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19. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Computer is a (a) ---------- (wonderful) (b) ---------- (invention) of modern science. Now it has (c) ---------- (become) an integral part of our life. Computer can help us in many ways and it has relived us of the monotony of our regular jobs. It can perform (d) ---------- (calculation) very quickly. It can also (e) ---------- (ensure) accuracy in its work. Computer has (f) ---------- (removed) the burden of our work. In fact, computer has (g) ---------- (mostly) become a substitute for human brain. As a result, many people call computers an (h) ---------- (electronic) brain though it is (i) ---------- (unable) to think (j) ---------- (independently). 


20. Suffix and prefix: answer.

We enjoy the benefits of scientific (a) ---------- (invention). But we seldom remember the (b) ---------- (inventors). Many of them die (c) ---------- (unsung) and (d) ---------- (unlamented). It is our (e) ---------- (ingratitude). We (f) ---------- (beautify) our life with their (g) ---------- (achievement). But we (h) ---------- (hardly) think of their (i) ---------- (tiring) efforts to make these inventions. We should be (j) ---------- (thankful) to them.


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22. Suffix and prefix: answer.

(a) ---------- (Perseverance) is a great virtue to be (b) ---------- (successful) in life. Those who do not persevere in life, become (c) ---------- (unsuccessful) in their mission and only blame their lot for their (d) ---------- (misfortune). Remember that the successful people are always hardworking and (e) ---------- (perseverant). So, try to be persevering. (f) ---------- (Sincerity) is another important virtue that (g) ---------- (enables) a person to accomplish a job (h) ---------- (appropriately). Student life is the (i) ---------- (formation) period of a man's life. One should not (j) ---------- (misuse) this period of life. 


23. Suffix and prefix: answer.

(a) ---------- (Self-confidence) makes a man reach the goal of life. The lack of (b) ---------- (determination) leads one to lose the confidence. You need it in order to overcome the problems in life. First fix target in life. Then try (c) ---------- (sincerely) to gain success. Don't lose heart, if you fail first. Remember that (d) ---------- (failure) is the pillar of success, whereas success without (e) ---------- (competition) is not enjoyable. Determination keeps you (f) ---------- (mentally) strong and make (g) ---------- (preparation) for struggle to reach the goal. Nobody can be (h) ---------- (successful) in his mission. Failure makes him more (i) ---------- (determined) to work with (j) ---------- (renewed) vigour and energy.


24. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Those who live a (a) ---------- (luxurious) life are always (b) ---------- (indifferent) to the miseries of the poor. They enjoy life in (c) ---------- (amusement) and (d) ---------- (merriment). They are (e) ---------- (self-centered) people. They have little (f) ---------- (realization) of the (g) ---------- (boundless) sufferings of the poor. They remain (h) ---------- (irresponsible) to their sufferings. They don't feel (i) ---------- (comfortable) to work for their (j) ---------- (betterment).


25. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Money is the means of leading (a) ---------- (worldly) life. (b) ---------- (Shortage) of money makes our life (c) ---------- (deplorable). We cannot lead our life (d) ---------- (properly) for want of money. But there is (e) ---------- (difficulty) in earning money. Our peace and prosperity are (f) ---------- (depended) on proper (g) ---------- (utilization) of money. Spending money in an (h) ---------- (improper) way can lead us to the path of (i) ---------- (destruction). So, we should be (j) ---------- (careful) in spending money.


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22. Suffix and prefix: answer.

(a) ---------- (Perseverance)  is a great virtue to be (b) ---------- (successful) in life. Those who do not persevere in life, become (c) ---------- (unsuccessful) in their mission and only blame their lot for their (d) ---------- (misfortune). Remember that the successful people are always hardworking and (e) ---------- (perseverant). So, try to be persevering. (f) ---------- (Sincerity) is another important virtue that (g) ---------- (enables) a person to accomplish a job (h) ---------- (appropriately). Student life is the (i) ---------- (formation) period of a man's life. One should not (j) ---------- (misuse) this period of life. 


23. Suffix and prefix: answer.

(a) ---------- (Self-confidence) makes a man reach the goal of life. The lack of (b) ---------- (determination) leads one to lose the confidence. You need it in order to overcome the problems in life. First fix target in life. Then try (c) ---------- (sincerely) to gain success. Don't lose heart, if you fail first. Remember that (d) ---------- (failure) is the pillar of success, whereas success without (e) ---------- (competition) is not enjoyable. Determination keeps you (f) ---------- (mentally) strong and make (g) ---------- (preparation) for struggle to reach the goal. Nobody can be (h) ---------- (successful) in his mission. Failure makes him more (i) ---------- (determined) to work with (j) ---------- (renewed) vigour and energy.


24. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Those who live a (a) ---------- (luxurious) life are always (b) ---------- (indifferent) to the miseries of the poor. They enjoy life in (c) ---------- (amusement) and (d) ---------- (merriment). They are (e) ---------- (self-centered) people. They have little (f) ---------- (realization) of the (g) ---------- (boundless) sufferings of the poor. They remain (h) ---------- (irresponsible) to their sufferings. They don't feel (i) ---------- (comfortable) to work for their (j) ---------- (betterment).


25. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Money is the means of leading (a) ---------- (worldly) life. (b) ---------- (Shortage) of money makes our life (c) ---------- (deplorable). We cannot lead our life (d) ---------- (properly) for want of money. But there is (e) ---------- (difficulty) in earning money. Our peace and prosperity are (f) ---------- (depended) on proper (g) ---------- (utilization) of money. Spending money in an (h) ---------- (improper) way can lead us to the path of (i) ---------- (destruction). So, we should be (j) ---------- (careful) in spending money. 


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Money cannot buy (a) ---------- (happiness). Money is a must for our life. Happiness is absolutely a (b) ---------- (psychological) matter. It means the (c) ---------- (contentment) of mind. He who is in real (d) ---------- (satisfied) with what he gets and contented with his life, is really happy. Happiness is not (e) ---------- (purchasable) with money. (f) ---------- (Undoubtedly), money has some relation with happiness. So, we see that the most (g) ---------- (wealthy) men of our society are not the happiest men. They lead a life (h) ---------- (burdened) with care and (i) ---------- (anxiety). It is only moral and spiritual (j) ---------- (development) that gives us happiness.


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(a) ---------- (Friendship) is a strong (b) ---------- (bondage). It does not know the (c) ---------- (difference) between the rich and the poor. It is an (d) ---------- (emotional) attachment based on mutual trust. In that sense, a friend is both (e) ---------- (reliable) and (f) ---------- (believable) and is ready to help us in any (g) ---------- (dangerous) situation. Therefore, the person who does not have a good friend is really (h) ---------- (unfortunate). He is (i) ---------- (totally) deprived of enjoying the (j) ---------- (pleasure) of friendship.


28. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Courtesy is a virtue in man. It goes without saying that courtesy costs nothing but gives a lot. So, you should be courteous. That is, you must have (a) ---------- (politeness). People will (b) ---------- (disrespect) and (c) ---------- (dislike) you if you are (d) ---------- (discourteous). Nobody likes (e) ---------- (discourtesy). Try to be gentle from your student life. You can win the heart of your enemy by being courteous. You can (f) ---------- (ensure)  the (g) ---------- (removal) of hatred and anger by (h) ---------- (embracing) your enemy. Courtesy can remove the bitter (i) ---------- (relationship) and improve mutual understanding and (j) ---------- (cordiality) among people.


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Honesty is opposite to (a) ---------- (dishonest). An honest man is not (b) ---------- (harmful) to anybody. He never does (c) ---------- (injustice) to others. When he does anything (d) ---------- (immoral), he feels (e) ---------- (uncomfortable). He never tells a lie. He is always (f) ---------- (responsible) to his duty. We should follow the path of (g) ---------- (honesty) and leave the path of (h) ---------- (dishonesty). In that case, you will be (i) ---------- (loved) by all and must reach the path of (j) ---------- (prosperity).


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People are (a) ---------- (generally) fond of glittering things. They are (b) ---------- (admirers) of external aspect. They are (c) ---------- (concerned) with the outer show of things and beings. But they (d) ---------- (hardly) bother about real value. Gold is very (e) ---------- (precious). There are (f) ---------- (various) metals looking like gold. They fade soon and lose (g) ---------- (beauty). So, the surface of anything is not its standard of (h) ---------- (measurement). We must be (i) ---------- (careful) about this. Otherwise, we have to be (j) ---------- (repentant) in the long run. 


31. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Debate is an art of speaking. Its practice helps the (a) ---------- (debator) to speak (b) ---------- (logically). It teaches to speak (c) ---------- (argumentatively). You cannot defeat your opponent if you speak (d) ---------- (illogically). An (e) ---------- (argumentative) speaker can beat the opponent in the competition. Debates also help a speaker to be (f) ---------- (creative). Debate also (g) ---------- (smartens) a participant. So, we should (h) ---------- (encourage) our students to take part in debate (i) ---------- (competition). Now, there are many (j) ---------- (organized) debate competitions among students of different schools and colleges.


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When a citizen is not loyal to the state, he is called (a) ---------- (disloyal). (b) ---------- (Disloyalty) to the state is (c) ---------- (equivalent) to (d) ---------- (treachery). A person convicted of treachery is called a traitor who should be punished for his (e) ---------- (traitorous) activity. He creates (f) ---------- (restlessness) in the society and is also (g) ---------- (disrespectful) to others. He also gets involved in (h) ---------- (criminal) activities. He should not go (i) ---------- (unpunished). He dies (j) ---------- (unhonoured).


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Citizens having good character lead a (a) ---------- (virtuous) life. Their thoughts and (b) ---------- (behaviour) show high moral values. They cannot think of doing any (c) ---------- (immoral) deed. Tolerance and respect together can make life (d) ---------- (harmonious) and (e) ---------- (peaceful) in society. If a person is (f) ---------- (intolerant), life becomes difficult and almost (g) ---------- (impossible) for that person. As we want to live in (h) ---------- (happiness), we must learn social norms. By obeying social norms, we can enjoy (i) ---------- (heavenly) pleasure. On the other hand, we will suffer a lot if we (j) ---------- (disobey) these norms and values. 


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Life without leisure and (a) ---------- (relaxation) is dull. Nobody can work without rest. Life becomes (b) ---------- (charmless) if man does not have any time to enjoy the (c) ---------- (beautiful) objects of nature. (d) ---------- (Monotonous) work hinders the (e) ---------- (smoothness) of work. Leisure (f) ---------- (renews) our spirit to work. Everybody knows that (g) ---------- (overwork) is (h) ---------- (harmful). Leisure does not mean (i) ---------- (idleness). It gives freshness to our mind and (j) ---------- (recreates) our energy.


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(a) ---------- (Idleness) never makes a man (b) ---------- (successful) in life. It will be totally a (c) ---------- (foolish) idea if a person thinks that success will come (d) ---------- (automatically). The history of (e) ---------- (humans) shows that success is achieved by those who work (f) ---------- (relentlessly). Passing time in (g) ---------- (idleness) brings about (h) ---------- (adversity) in life. On the other hand, the (i) ---------- (industrious) enjoy the harvest of (j) ---------- (prosperity) in life. 


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Good health means (a) ---------- (soundness) of body and mind. Health is the root of all (b) ---------- (happiness). One should take exercise (c) ---------- (regularly) because it is (d) ---------- (physical) exercise which (e) ---------- (enables) us to build a good health. He is also to observe the rules of (f) ---------- (cleanliness). An (g) ---------- (unhealthy) man cannot enjoy life. He suffers from frustration, (h) ---------- (hopelessness), etc. On the other hand, a (i) ---------- (healthy) man can enjoy his life (j) ---------- (fully).


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Man is the best (a) ---------- (creation) of Allah. He is a (b) ---------- (rational) being. Allah has created man with the ability to achieve (c) ---------- (worldly) affluence along with spiritual (d) ---------- (perfection). He has to do a lot but his life is short. The (e) ---------- (shortness) of life has added a new value to human life. The (f) ---------- (addition) of the new value is tragic to man. People who believe in (g) ---------- (spirituality) of life are indifferent to worldly life. They give more (h) ---------- (importance) to spiritual life. But those who want to gain worldly (i) ---------- (possessions) hanker after money (j) ---------- (roughly).


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Good (a) ---------- (behaviour) forms an important part of our education. Our (b) ---------- (learning) remains (c) ---------- (incomplete) if we don’t learn good behaviour. In our (d) ---------- (dealing) with others we must show proper respect to others. We should have a sense of (e) ---------- (politeness) in our conduct with others. We should show respect to others properly which is necessary for a (f) ---------- (cultural) and disciplined society. The (g) ---------- (significance) of good conduct in life is (h) ---------- (really) great. Other people are (i) ---------- (delighted) to help him. (j) ----------. (Actually) a man of good manners is a gentleman in the true sense of the term. 


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Everybody is (a) ---------- (likely) to be impressed with the (b) ---------- (majestic) beauty of the setting sun. The (c) ---------- (impression) may differ from man to man according to his feelings, likes or (d) ---------- (dislikes). Even if somebody is mentally (e) ---------- (retarded) or has physical (f) ---------- (deformity) he or she (g) ---------- (enjoys) such a sight. It is (h) ---------- (impossible) to resist the (i) ---------- (temptation) of witnessing the beauty of the setting sun. We become grateful to the (j) ---------- (Creator) for creating such a wonderful universe.


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(a) ---------- (Malpractice) in different walks of life is eating into the morals of our (b) ---------- (rational) people. They only hanker after wealth and make money. Many of them take to (c) ---------- (unsocial) activities. They are (d) ---------- (untouchable) and (e) ---------- (unpunishable) because of their power. They are (f) ---------- (socially) so (g) ---------- (powerful) that their power seems to be almost (h) ---------- (unlimited). But even then, we should not be (i) ---------- (fearful) of them. The more we fear them, the more powerful they will think (j) ---------- (themselves).


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No institution can run without discipline. It breaks down if there is (a) ---------- (indiscipline). In human life it is a must. Students should form the habit of (b) ---------- (obedience). (c) ---------- (Disobedience) brings about chaos that results in (d) ---------- (failure) and (e) ---------- (downfall) everywhere. Students should be (f) ---------- (courageous) to gain (g) ---------- (prosperity)  in life. A family cannot have a (h) ---------- (peaceful) environment without discipline. (i) ----------. (Similarly) a country cannot attain (j) ---------- (development) without discipline.


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There goes a wise saying, "A good company makes a man good while a bad one makes him bad." If anyone becomes (a) ---------- (accustomed) to good manners or behaves well, he can under no circumstances (b) ---------- (misbehave) with anyone. So, moral (c) ---------- (education) is all important. From their earliest years (d) ---------- (children) must be taught the (e) ---------- (difference) between right and wrong and be trained to love and follow what is right and hate and avoid what is wrong. So (f) ---------- (training) means the (g) ---------- (formation) of character on right lines. Its object is to bring (h) ---------- (children) up in such a way that they will grow up to be truth loving, honest, brave, pure minded and (i) ---------- (unselfish) men and women. The home, (j) ---------- (undoubtedly), is the best school for moral education.


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Man has an (a) ---------- (unquenchable) thirst for knowledge. He is (b) ---------- (dissatisfied) with what he has known and seen. He wants to know more and more. This (c) ---------- (curiosity) to know more coupled with his (d) ---------- (indomitable) spirit of adventure has inspired him to (e) ---------- (undertake) and carry out difficult and dangerous tasks. It has (f) ---------- (eventually) resulted in epoch making discoveries and (g) ---------- (inventions) and led him in his (h) ---------- (continuous) journey from his (i) ---------- (helpless) state of power and progress to prosperity. In the field of science and technology man has many (j) ---------- (achievements).


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In order to (a) ---------- (materialize) your dream, you need (b) ---------- (determination) and efforts. Nothing is (c) ---------- (achievable) in this world without hard work. Nothing is (d) ---------- (unachievable) for those who are blessed with (e) ---------- (uncommon) abilities. They are very fortunate. But those who are (f) ---------- (disinclined) to do hard work are really (g) ---------- (unfortunate). By spending time in (h) ---------- (idleness), they only (i) ---------- (befool) themselves and ultimately become (j) ---------- (remorseful). 


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Man is the supreme being of all (a) ---------- (creations). Man has got (b) ---------- (rationality). With it he can do or (c) ---------- (undo) anything. In his mind there is the (d) ---------- (expectation) of conquering anything difficult and (e) ---------- (dangerous). Hillary and Tenzing were not also (f) ---------- (exceptional). They were not daunted by difficulties and dangers. All the dangers were (g) ---------- (overcome) to conquer the highest mountain in the world by them. They were not only brave but also (h) ---------- (labourious). For their (i) ---------- (bravery) and (j) ---------- (hardship) their names have been written in history with profound respect.  


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(a) ---------- (Kindness) is a divine virtue. So, we should not be (b) ---------- (unkind) to the people in distress and even to (c) ---------- (lower) animals. Some naughty boys (d) ---------- (enjoy) beating the lower animals like dogs and cats. This is an (e) ---------- (irrational) behaviours to animals and dumb (f) ---------- (creations). They are not (g) ---------- (harmless) beings. Some animals are very (h) ---------- (faithful) and feel no (i) ---------- (hesitation)  to risk their lives for our (j) ---------- (protection).


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Sports can give us (a) ---------- (entertainment) and (b) ---------- (pleasure). There are (c) ---------- (various) kinds of sports. Among them, football and cricket have (d) ---------- (popularity) in our country. However, football is losing its (e) ---------- (attraction). The people of our country (f) ---------- (enjoy) the T 20 match most. It is also (g) ---------- (highly) enjoyable to me. (h) ----------. (Unfortunately) I missed the last T 20 match between Pakistan and India. This match was very much (i) ---------- (attractive). The players played (j) ---------- (wonderfully).


48. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Blood (a) ---------- (donation) is a noble act. But many people are (b) ---------- (unwilling) to donate blood because of their cheap (c) ---------- (mentality). They have (d) ---------- (misconception) about it. Donating blood can save the life of a (e) ---------- (dying) patient. The government should (f) ---------- (encourage) people to donate blood (g) ---------- (freely). Otherwise, we will be (h) ---------- (unable) to save the lives of serious patients which is very (i) ---------- (disgraceful). A man can be (j) ---------- (healthy) by donating blood every three months.


49. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Repeated 


50. Suffix and prefix: answer.

Physical exercise increases our appetite and improves (a) ---------- (digestion) power. If anybody suffers from (b) ---------- (indigestion), he should take physical exercise. Proper (c) ---------- (digestion) of food removes the loss of appetite. Physical exercise removes (d) ---------- (constipation) and helps proper blood (e) ---------- (circulation). Our antibodies will (f) ---------- (empower) our blood circulation (g) ---------- (normally). (h) ---------- (Improper) blood circulation in our bodies may cause many (i) ---------- (unpredictable) diseases. So, we must (j) ---------- (ensure) proper blood circulation in our body.

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There are (a) ---------- (verious) forms of physical exercise. But every form is not (b) ---------- (suitable) for all. Walking is good for all. In the morning fresh air is (c) ---------- (available). So, it is (d) ---------- (beneficial) to health. It is also very (e) ---------- (pleasant) and (f) ---------- (enjoyable). It also (g) ---------- (refreshes) our mind. The (h) ---------- (natural) beauty (i) ---------- (witches) us. We may become (j) ---------- (healthy) and wealthy by physical exercise.  


52. Suffix and prefix: answer.  

Nobody is (a) ---------- (immortal) on earth. We are (b) ---------- (accountable) to God for our deeds. So, it is (c) ---------- (unwise) to lead an (d) ---------- (impious) life on earth. Moreover, it is (e) ---------- (improbability) that man can escape death. As death is inevitable, we must do something noble to be in the heart of people even after our death. For this purpose, we should (f) ---------- (properly) use our talent and (g) ---------- (potentiality) to achieve our (h) ---------- (desired) goal. We must keep in mind that this goal should be (i) ---------- (helpful) to others. (j) ---------- (Importance) should be given to make us ready to carry out our individual duty. 


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One should be (a) ---------- (economical) in life. If we can (b) ---------- (economize) our expenses, we can save money. There should be a balance of our income and (c) ---------- (expenditure). We must consider whether the money is (d) ---------- (expendable) or (e) ---------- (inexpendable). Do we like to do so? If we can do so, we would be (f) ---------- (prosperous) in life. Moreover, (g) ---------- (religion) order is also to be economical. Again no one should lead life in a (h) ---------- (miserly) way. We must always be (i) ---------- (mind) of the proverb that "Cut your coat (j) ---------- (according) to your cloth. 


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Student life is the (a) ---------- (golden) season of life. This is a (b) ---------- (formation) period of life. This is the time for (c) ---------- (preparation) of future life. Students are the future (d) ---------- (leaders) of the country. They should have (e) ---------- (patriotism). They should achieve quality (f) ---------- (education) and build themselves as (g) ---------- (competent) citizens. They should gain (h) ---------- (knowledge) and learn the art of (i) ---------- (behaviour) and (j) ---------- (interaction) before others. 


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Students are the future hope and (a) ---------- (aspiration) of a nation. As a student you have a lot of (b) ---------- (responsibilities). You should do your duties (c) ---------- (properly). You should read your lesson (d) ---------- (regularly) and (e) ---------- (systematically). You may not understand a lesson by reading (f) ---------- (once) or (g) ---------- (twice). You must give full (h) ---------- (attention). You can do (i) ---------- (social) work. You can help your parents in (j) ---------- (different) ways. 


57. Suffix and prefix: answer

Education is the backbone of a nation. No nation can prosper without (a) ---------- (education). In the developed countries of the world the rate of literacy is very high, whereas in our country (b) ---------- (illiteracy) is still dominant. An educated nation and an (c) ---------- (uneducated) nation can never be equal. They are always (d) ---------- (inequal) in all respects. So, our prime mission should be to (e)-------------------- (ensure) education for all. It is a difficult task to be successful in (f) ---------- (eradication) of illiteracy from the country. It needs the (g) ---------- (continuation) of the process. Programs to give all our (h) ---------- (illiterate) people the knowledge of three R's were started quite a many days ago, but the progress achieved so far is not upto our (i) ---------- (expectation). (j) ---------- (Poverty) is one of the reasons of failure. 


58. Suffix and prefix: answer

English is (a) ---------- (compulsorily) taught in our country. But still our learners cannot have good command over English. This is because they do not learn (b) ---------- (methodically). Moreover, they read to pass the examination. Many students only (c) ---------- (memorize) the answers without understanding. The teachers are also (d) ---------- (untrained), or in many rural schools the English teachers are (e) ---------- (unefficient). Moreover, our English teachers must make our learners (f) ---------- (careful) about this subject. They have to make the lessons easy and (g) ---------- (lively) by creating an English environment in the classroom. Lessons must be made (h) ---------- (attractive) to the students who are (i) ---------- (comparatively) dull of understanding. The size of the (j) ---------- (existing) class must be small. 


59. Suffix and prefix: answer.  

English is used as a common language for global (a) ---------- (communication). As it is used in more than sixty countries (b) ---------- (officely), it is regarded as an (c) ---------- (international) language. As an (d) ---------- (independent) nation, we have to maintain our political, commercial and (e) ---------- (cultural) relations with the rest of the world through English. Thereby English (f) ---------- (widens) the opportunity to deal with the globalised world. It promotes international (g) ---------- (relationship) and (h) ---------- (brotherhood). For being a (i) ---------- (global) citizen, there is no alternative to English. A good command of English is very essential to get a good job. In short, English is a must for (j) ---------- (flourishment) in life. 


60. Suffix and prefix: answer.  

Child labour is considered a matter of (a) ---------- (disgrace) for a nation. Wherever children are employed, they are (b) ---------- (maltreated). Their (c) ---------- (employers) don't give them their due rights. Children work for longer period in (d) ---------- (unhealthy) and (e) ---------- (unfavourable) condition and what is (f) ---------- (sorrowful) they are not given due wages. Many children do (g) ---------- (risky) and (h) ---------- (dangerous) work. Strick laws should be (i) ---------- (enforced) against employing children in manual work. Their parents should be (j) ---------- (encouraged) to send their children to school. 


61.  Suffix and prefix: answer.  

Smoking is a (a)  ---------- (dangerously) bad habit. It is (b)  ---------- (harmful) to health. It is also (c)  ---------- (costly). A (d)  ---------- (smoker) should not smoke (e)  ---------- (publicly). Smoking creates (f)  ---------- (pollution). Smoking causes many (g)  ---------- (incurable) diseases. It causes (h)  ---------- (discomfort) to others. It causes irritation in the eye and (i)  ---------- (unsettles) the mind. But there are many people who are (j)  ---------- (unaware) of the harmful effect of smoking. 


62. Suffix and prefix: answer

There are many causes behind drug (a) ---------- (addiction). Among them the fist and the (b) ---------- (formost) cause is (c) ---------- (frustration). Besides, (d) ---------- (irrational) thinking about life also (e) ---------- (derails) the (f) ---------- (frustrated) youths and induces them to take drugs. The (g) ---------- (effects) of drugs are very serious. (h) ---------- (Initially), it makes them mentally and physically (i) ---------- (imbalanced). Then with the passage of time, they find themselves on the way of no (j) ---------- (return). 


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Load-shedding is one of the most common problems of Bangladesh. Life of our citizen are (a) ---------- (seriously) hampered for load-shedding. Students feel (b) ---------- (difficulty) in reading during load-shedding. (c) ---------- (Industrial) activities are also hampered. We should use electricity (d) ---------- (honestly) and (e) ---------- (frugally) and should create (f) ---------- (awareness) among people to solve this (g) ---------- (social) problem. Besides, government should take (h) ---------- (effective) steps to (i) ---------- (renew) our power stations to mitigate the (j) ---------- (disadvantages) of our people. 


64.  Suffix and prefix: answer

It is (a) ---------- (unwise) on our part to depend on (b) ---------- (seasonal) aid for our development. We have a (c) ---------- (tendency) towards (d) ---------- (dependence) on others and making (e) ---------- (misuse) of money. We must change our attitude and (f) ---------- (outlook). (g) ---------- (Actually), the money we get as foreign (h) ---------- (assistance) contributes little to our (i) ---------- (real) forwardness and (j) ---------- (avoidable) backwardness. 


65.  Suffix and prefix: answer.   

66.  Suffix and prefix: answer.

Dowry system is a (a) ---------- (social) curse. It is nothing less than a (b) ---------- (dreadful) bane to a family with a (c) ---------- (unmarried) daughter or sister. A poor family with a maiden or spinster finds it (d) ---------- (impossible) to marry her off. In many causes the parents of such brides are (e) ---------- (forced) to promise dowry. Often such a (f) ---------- (helpless) girl is (g) ---------- (brutally) tortured for her family's (h) ---------- (inabolity) to pay the promised dowry. No doubt, it is a (i) ---------- (lustrous) demand of some covetous people. It is high time our eligible bachelors started shouting a big 'No' to this heinous vice. We must raise awareness against this (j) ---------- (abominable) crime. 


67. Suffix Prefix: Answer. 


68.  Suffix and prefix: answer

69.  Suffix and prefix: answer.   

Smoking is a secret (a) ---------- (killer). Most of the smokers are really (b)  ---------- (unconscious)  about the (c)  ---------- (harmful) effects of smoking. Smoking tells upon our body (d)  ---------- (seriously). Newspaper and TV channels can play an (e)  ---------- (effective)  role in making (f)  ---------- (useful) campaign against the injurious effects of smoking. Some people smoke (g)  ---------- (regularly). They are really (h)  ---------- (rootless)  people. (i)  ---------- (Fortunately)  in many countries it is prohibited to smoke in public. It is (j)  ---------- (really)  a good initiative to protect non-smokers from smokers.  


70.  Suffix and prefix: answer

(a) ---------- (Violation) of traffic rules is not an (b) ---------- (uncommon) sight in our towns and cities. The (c) ---------- (violators) go (d) ---------- (unpunished). So, nobody cares for the traffic rules. Very often, an (e) ---------- (unethical) competition is found among the drivers to overtake other vehicles. Most of our drivers are (f) ---------- (illiterate). They are very much (g) ---------- (careless) about what is going to happen. The loss of life by accident caused due to fast (h) ---------- (driving) is not a matter to them. It is due to (i) ---------- (improper) (j) ---------- (implementation) of traffic rules. 


71. Suffix Prefix: Answer.  


72.  Suffix and prefix: answer.  

Road accident ---------- (frequently) occurs in Bangladesh. In recent years it has been increased in an (b) ---------- (alarming) rate. There are (c) ---------- (different) reasons behind road accident. The drivers are (d) ---------- (basically) responsible for it. Most of them (e) ---------- (hardly) know the traffic rules. Even if they know, they often tries to (f) ----------(disobey) it and ride their vehicle (g) ---------- (wantonly) and (h) ---------- (carelessly). (i) ---------- (Unfortunately) it gives birth to many (j) ---------- (sorrowful) events. 


73.  Suffix and prefix: answer.

Food (a) ---------- (adulteration) is a crime. Adulterated food is (b) ---------- (poisonous) and causes (c) ---------- (incurable) diseases. Some (d) ---------- (greedy) businessmen are responsible for this (e) ---------- (wickedness). The steps so far taken by the government against those (f) ---------- (dishonest) businessman (g) ---------- (really) deserve praise. (h) ----------(Presently), the fraudulent businessmen are much alarmed. (i) ---------- (Hopefully), we will be able to shun this (j) ---------- (malpractice) very soon. 


74.  Suffix and prefix: answer

The lion is called the king of beasts. It is (a) ---------- (beautiful) to look at (b) ---------- (specially) for its mane. However, a lioness is less (c) ---------- (attractive) as it does not have mane. When a lion gets (d) ---------- (angry) it begins to roar. The lion can catch deer, zebras and other animals (e) ---------- (quickly). In that sense it is (f) ---------- (dangerous) to other animals. Lions are found (g) ---------- (largely) in Africa. In other countries, lions are kept in the cages in zoos for (h) ---------- (exhibition). Sometimes (i) ---------- (manliness) is compared to the traits of lion specially if a man has (j) ---------- (extra-ordinary) courage and vigour. 


75.  Suffix and prefix: answer.  

The rapid (a) ---------- (growth) of population must be controlled. Otherwise, all the attempts for the (b) ---------- (solvency) of food problem will fail. So, we have to increase our food (c) ---------- (production) very rapidly. We may (d) ---------- (mostly) solve our food problem by changing our (e) ---------- (traditional) food habit. We can create a (f) ---------- (variation) in our menu. For example, we can take potato (g) ---------- (instead) of rice. However, we cannot solve the problem (h) ---------- (unless) we increase our food production. We must apply (i) ---------- (scientific) method in agriculture. In that case, our (j) ---------- (production) will increase. 


76.  Suffix and prefix: answer

The scene was (a) ---------- (beautifully) described. The (b) ---------- (musician) was an old man. He was (c) ---------- (bearded). It was (d) ---------- (originally) (e) ---------- (unthinkable) to the audience. He charmed the audience who were (f) ---------- (thankful) to him. Suddenly some (g) ---------- (forcefully) entered the hall. They seemed (h) ---------- (unmindful) as they were (i) ---------- (unaware) of the (j) ---------- (joyous) atmosphere.   

77.  Suffix and prefix: answer

A rainy day is dull and (a) ---------- (gloomy). It rains all day long on a (b) ---------- (rainy) day. The sky remains (c) ---------- (cloudy). The roads become (d) ---------- (muddy). The sun can (e) ---------- (hardly) be seen. A (f) ---------- (worker) cannot go out for work. His family suffers from (g) ---------- (starvation). His family remains (h) ---------- (unfed) He is the worst (i) ---------- (sufferer). A rainy day is (j) ---------- (unpleasant) to many people. 


78.  Suffix and prefix: answer.

We have plenty of water (a) ---------- (around) us but we do not know which water is (b) ---------- (drinkable). We have many sources of water. We have some (c) ---------- (mighty) rivers. We collect water with the help of (d) ---------- (pump) machines and tube-wells. Many people have (e) ---------- (hardly) any idea about what they should drink. To them whatever water is (f) ---------- (available) is good for drink. Water from various sources may contain germs or (g) ---------- (impurity). Most of our people are (h) ---------- (illiterate) and they lack basic knowledge regarding (i) ---------- (cleanliness). They should have access to all necessary (j) ---------- (information). 


79. Suffix and prefix: answer.  

During the winter season people like to enjoy (a) ---------- (warmth) sitting in the sun in the morning. In our (b) ---------- (childhood), we also liked to do it. Poor people are (c) ---------- (penniless) and can (d) ---------- (hardly) buy any warm clothes. The poverty of the people is a (e) ---------- (disgrace) to the nation. To gain (f) ---------- (prosperity) at a large scale, poverty should be eradicated, though it is an (g) ---------- (impossible) task keeping poor people (h) ---------- (illiterate). Therefore, (i) ---------- (investment) should be done to education sector. Things will be changed when Bangladesh will be (j) ---------- (wholy) an educated country.  


80. Suffix and prefix: answer

Trees are (a) ---------- (useful) to man in many ways. They are companions in our day-to-day life. It is (b) ---------- (impossible) to build our homes, furniture, etc. without trees. Trees save us from flood and (c) ---------- (natural) calamities. It (d) ---------- (strengthens) the soil. If we cut trees (e) ---------- (indiscriminately), there will be ecological (f) ---------- (imbalance). But many people are (g) ---------- (unconscious) of it. So, tree (h) ---------- (plantation) programme should be extended for a better, (i) ---------- (happier) and (j) ---------- (healthier) life.   


81. Suffix Prefix: Answer.  

82. Suffix and prefix: answer.  

It is the responsibility of human beings to prevent the environment from being spoilt. To make life (a) ---------- (healthy) and (b) ---------- (comfortable) we should keep the environment clean and danger-free. But often people spoil the environment by doing (c) ---------- (unwise) things and consequently (d) ---------- (endanger) their own lives. It is the ecological (e) ---------- (imbalance) that causes changes in the world's climate and brings about different kinds of natural disasters. Man is really (f) ---------- (helpless) to these (g) ---------- (destructive) disasters. However, tree (h) ---------- (plantation) can play an (i) ---------- (effective) role to preserve the balance of nature. Trees keep the world (j) ---------- (suitable) for us by inhaling carbon-dioxide and emitting oxygen. 


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85.  Suffix and prefix: answer

86.  Suffix and prefix: answer

Rahima is an (a) ---------- (employee) in garment factory in Dhaka. She faces a lot of problems there. The (b) ---------- (working) hour of the factory is ten hours per day but sometimes she works for twelve to thirteen hours. (c) ---------- (Usually) she does not get any holiday. The working condition (d) ---------- (inside) the factory is not also (e) ---------- (suitable). The room where she works is very small and (f) ---------- (dirty). Again the factory (g) ---------- (owner) does not pay the workers due salary. Moreover, the authority does not pay their salary and bonus in time. (h) ---------- (Frequently) they terminate them without any notice. In addition, the (i) ---------- (safety) system in the factory is not (j) ---------- (satisfactory). 


87.  Suffix and prefix: answer

Working opportunities for women are very few in rural areas of Bangladesh. They (a) ---------- (usually) spend time doing their household chores. The ILO (b) ---------- (recently) started a project titled ‘Technologies for rural (c) ---------- (employment) with special (d) ---------- (reference) to women and (e) ---------- (sustainable) development.’ The aim of this project is to impart training to rural women in various activities and make them self-reliant. Male dominated (f) ---------- (patriarchal) society is a great obstacle for women (g) ---------- (empowerment) in Bangladesh. (h) ---------- (Conventionally) a woman is always treated as week and feeble person in the eye of her husband, or father. But it is an (i) ---------- (undeniable) fact that women have the same (j) ---------- (potentiality) as men have. 


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89.  Suffix and prefix: answer

90. Suffix and prefix: answer

91. Suffix and prefix: answer

92.  Suffix and prefix: answer

(a) ---------- (Achieving) the proper mental (b) ---------- (fitness) is not a one-day-task. No one is born 100% (c) ---------- (psychologically) fit. Just as the body parts develop and grow, psychological fitness and maturity is achieved (d) ---------- (gradually).  The experience in (e) ---------- (childhood) contributes (f) ---------- (largely) towards the sound growth of mental abilities. That is why it is said that no one is born with (g) ---------- (preborn) behavioral patterns. All that we have is acquired and (h) ---------- (learnt). Proper intention and care in the childhood will help kids to grow fit and sound. Psychological fitness of mind is absolutely necessity as it is degree of (i) ---------- (emotional) growth that determines the character, career and emotional balances of the person throughout the life. Parents can't just feel the duties accomplished by growing the children physically (j) ---------- (healthy), but have to grow the kids emotionally and psychologically.  


93.  Suffix and prefix: answer.  

94. Suffix and prefix: answer

Tree (a) ---------- (plantation) is a must for (b) ---------- (ecological) balance. If trees are cut down and not planted (c) ---------- (proportionately), the country will face more and more problems. There should be laws so that the (d) ---------- (inconsiderate) people cannot cut down trees (e) ---------- (indiscriminately). Very often the (f) ---------- (editorial) desk of a newspaper writes on the (g) ---------- (importance) of tree plantation and (h) ---------- (deforestation) caused by many dishonest people. An all-out step should be taken to (i) ---------- (derail) people so that they are (j) ---------- (demotivated) to cut tress. 


95. Suffix and prefix: answer

Our rural people do not know how to purify water. Water (a) ----------  (purification)  process can help them drink pure water. If the arsenic (b) ----------  (contamination)  continues, arsenicosis will cause more deaths. Arsenic is found in ground water. Tube well water contains arsenic. For the (c) ----------  (prevention) of arsenicosis people should eat a balanced diet containing fish and vegetables. We also need a campaign for (d) ----------  (motivation) to create (e) ----------  (awareness) among people. Some humanitarian (f) ----------  (organizations) have been trying to make aware. They are helping people of arsenic (g) ----------  (affected) areas to identify the tube wells containing the (h) ----------  (poisonous) element that causes arsenicosis. The people in those (i) ----------  (localities) are advised to eat a balanced diet (j) ----------  (ideally) containing fish and vegetables. 


96. Suffix and prefix: answer

The Royal Bengal Tiger is a very (a) ---------- (known) animal to all of us. It is our (b) ---------- (national) animal. It is a (c) ---------- (ferocious) animal but (d) ---------- (beautiful) to look at. (e) ---------- (Unfortunately) some (f) ---------- (greedy) people kill them (g) ---------- (indiscriminately). Thus, it is going to face its (h) ---------- (extinction). Our government should take (i) ---------- (necessary) steps to save this world (j) ---------- (famous) animal. 


97. Suffix Prefix: Answer. 

98. Suffix and prefix: answer

Water is a liquid without colour, smell or taste. Water (a) ---------- (purification) is the process of removing (b) ---------- (undesirable) chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids and grass from contaminated water. Water is (c) ---------- (disinfected) for human consumption. According to a 2007 WHO report, 1.1 billion people lack access to an improved (d) ---------- (drinking) water supply. The aims of (e) ---------- (treatment) are the (f) ---------- (removal) of unwanted constituents in the water. The (g) ---------- (traditional) advice of boiling water for ten minutes is (h) ---------- (mainly) for (i) ---------- (additional) safety. Visual (j) ---------- (inspection) cannot determine if water is of appropriate quality. 


99. Suffix and prefix: answer.   

Money cannot buy (a) ---------- (happiness). Money is a must for our life. Happiness is absolutely a (b) ---------- (psychological) matter. It means the (c) ---------- (contentment) of mind. He who is (d) ---------- (satisfied) with what he gets and contented with his life is really happy. Happiness is not (e) ---------- (purchasable) with money. (f) ---------- (Undoubtedly), money has some relation with happiness. So, we see that the most (g) ---------- (wealthy) men of our society are not the happiest men. They lead a life (h) ---------- (burdened) with cares and (i) ---------- (anxiety). It is only moral and spiritual (j) ---------- (development) that gives us happiness.  


100. Suffix and prefix: answer

Man has a/an (a) ---------- (unquenchable) thirst for knowledge. He is (b) ---------- (dissatisfied) with what he has known and seen. He wants to know more and more. This (c) ---------- (curiousity) to know more, coupled with his (d) ---------- (indomitable) spirit of adventure has inspired him to (e) ---------- (undertake) and carry out difficult and dangerous tasks. It has (f) ---------- (eventually) resulted in epoch making discoveries and (g) ---------- (inventions) and led him in his (h) ---------- (continuous) journey from his (i) ---------- (helpless) state to power and progress. In the fields of science and technology man has many (j) ---------- (achievements).