Punctuations & Capital Letters

Using Punctuation Marks & Capital Letters

1. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

the traveler said can you tell me the way to the nearest inn yes said the peasant do you want one in which you can spend the night


2. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

why dont you attend classes regularly the teacher said to student you cant expect good results unless you attend classes as i tell you i am sorry sir i have offended you said the student. 


3. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

have you ever  been to cox’s bazar asked Hasan no i have never gone there replied sajib but i long for visiting the place 


4. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

we live in bangladesh almost all of us speak bangla most of the people of the country are muslims besides hindus buddhists and christians also live here about 80 percent people live in the village.


5. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

oh my lord please do not kill the child said the woman let her have him the king said now everything is clear to me pointing to the woman he said to the servant give her the child she is the mother of the baby.


6. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

how much do you want said the mayor thousand guilders said the pied piper all right said the mayor well pay you thousand guilders when will you set to work now replied the pied piper


7. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

rifa said to tasfika how are you i went to your house yesterday but did not find you where did you go i went to the station said tasfika i had to receive my maternal uncle. 


8. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 how is your mother fahim said mr. rabbani she is very well thank you fahim replied i am glad to hear that she is in good health said mr rabbani


9. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

what kind of stories did aesop tell said anwar fables replied mrs amin do you know what fables are no replied anwar well continued mrs amin fables are stories with a message or a moral.


10. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

dengue is a viral fever its carried by ades ades is a large mosquito it is of two types one is aegyptic and other is albopictus.


11. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

once my mother said to me who came to you my friend rafiq mom she asked what did he want i said his mother is ill he needs some money i have given him five hundred taka my mother said wonderful. 


12. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

help me out he called to the magician my dear boy the man replied you had better first give me the lamp and lighten your load it is not the lamp that weighs me down answered aladin but lend me a hand as soon as i reach the ground i will give it to you


13. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

why are you going to barisal said father i am going to barisal to buy some important books said romel do you need some money yes father don't go alone as time is not going well.


14. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 in spite of his illness rahul went to college he seemed to be very tired and worried his teacher Mr. Wahed advised him to leave college at once. 


15. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

how is your father bilkis said mr rahman he is very well thank you bilkis i am glad to hear that he is in good health said mr rahman.


16. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

let us go to the party on friday said Ruma Ok but lets not go early I sleep late on weekends said Mahmud


17. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 what part of india do you come from mr reddy from madras though i was born and educated in hydrabad is this your first visit in delhi mr reddy asked tom no i quite often come there on official business


18. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 once I asked a sweet little girl what is your mothers name she replied cleverly I know my mothers name but I won't tell you that I said what a clever girl you are I don't tell my mothers name to anybody whom I don't know she spoke with an air of confidence


19. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 he said i can chop some wood today i said that i have a boy coming from the orphanage in the boy you but you are too small size does not matter chopping wood he said.


20. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

jenie helped her father roast hot dog on the compfire first she put a hot dog on a long stick next she held the stick so that the hot dog was just above the fire after a few minutes she turned the hot dog over finally she removed the hot dog from the fire and placed it in a burn.


21. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

he said to the shoe maker you are a big blockhead you have done the reverse of what i desired you i told you to make one of the shoes larger than the other and instead of that you have made one of them smaller than the other.


22. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

george bernard shaw was  born in dublin in 1865 his fathers family had been small landowners in irland since the late seventeenth century he was awarded the nobel prize for literature in november 1950


23. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

he said i can chop some wood today but i have a boy coming from the orphanage i retorted im the boy you but you are too small.


24. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

dear how can you misbelieve me have you done everything yes in the true sense everything for you it is time i am sure to learn about everything you question.


25. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

he said i can chop some wood today i said but i have a boy coming from the orphanage in the boy you but youre small size doesn't matter chopping wood he said


26. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 bangladesh is famous for two of its gifts of nature one is the longest sea beach of cox’s bazar and another is the sundarbans but to be true the impact of the sundarbans on our life is far more than that of the beach. 


27. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

where are you going said the merchant i was coming to see you what do you want to earn my bread by the labour of my hands do you really want work said the merchant yes if you have any then follow me and carry a box from a shop to my house i do not see how i can do that said the youth


28. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

why do you not go asked the oldest of the girls do you find your payment too little then turning to her sister she said give him another dinar you have paid me well enough replied the porter.


29. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

what are you whispering about inquired the eldest of the sisters mistress said the porter raising to his feet my friends desire to know the history of the two black bitches and why you whipped them and then fondled them and kissed them.


30. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

i have one word to say to you said the lawyer either take my advice or walk out of my chamber thank you said the client i am leaving your chamber. 


31. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

arent you going to have any no i never eat asparagus i know there are people who don't like them the fact is that you ruin your palate by all the meat you eat.


32. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 my dear friend said the stranger i have come here because i have a message to give you lend me your ears please let him say whatever he likes said the old man oh what a joy the message has brought for us.


33. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

to be a good citizen you have to prepare yourself to do good work in society well then how can you prepare yourself first you need knowledge today's society is knowledge based.


34. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

napoleon was born in france he was a great hero he won many battles he used to say nothing is impossible he also said give me a good mother and i shall present you a good nation.


35. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

mr tarek is a good and noble teacher he teaches us English with meticulous care he has completed his ba and ma from rajshahi university students like mr tarek very much.


36. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

he said, i can chop some wood today but i have a boy coming from the orphanage, i retorted i m the boy but you are too small.


37. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

who are happy those who have fit bodies are the happiest ones if we are physically sound we will be mentally sound too we need to take care of our health as well as be positive in thinking how lucky they are who are both ways fit. 


38. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

are you brothers the mistress of the house said turning to the dervishes no by allah they said were poor wanderers who met by mere chance we pray for allahs pardon


39. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

language plays a very important role in our life we use language to express thoughts and feelings language is ever present in our activities it is only a human trait


40. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

 porter you may go said the mistress of the house laughing you have gained your freedom by allah he replied i wont leave the house until ive heard the stories of my companions


41. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

you look a little bit like my mother he said specially in the dark by the fire but you were only four jerry when you came how can you remember how she looked all these years said the authoress my mother lives in manvile he said.


42. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

what kind of stories did aesop tell asked anwar fables replied mrs. amin do you know what fables are no replied anwar well, continued mrs. amin. fables are stories with a message or a moral. 


43. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

william shakespeare the monarch of english literature was born on april 12 1564 in Stratford of avon his mother was marry arden and his father was john shakespeare he was not much educated he had little knowledge of grammar. 

 

44.Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

climate change has already started bringing disasters to bangladesh we remember the damage caused  by the aila in 2009 climate change victims are increasing in number everyday


45. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

Aman dont be so silly he will come soon said rimon we need not wait for him he failed his words replied kamal. 


46. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

discipline is prevalent all over in nature the heavenly bodies move in order the night following the day if there is no discipline there will be chaos everywhere in nature 


47. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

mount everest is the highest mountain in the world it was named after an English George everest who was the first to survey the Himalayas in 1841.


48. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

i have removed all the mice from hamelin now give me promised money said the pied piper 


49. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.

Thomas alva edison was born in 1847 in ohio america as a little boy he was very inquisitive very early in life he showed that he was full of curiosity a quality which is so important to inventors 


50. Use capital letters and punctuation marks as needed in the following passage.  

man is mortal everybody must die someone welcomes death in smiling face on the other hand someone dies many times before death they are cowards we should not behave like cowards. 


51. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

self reliance is a great quality it makes a man respected everywhere on the other hand the man who does not have self reliance depends on others. 


52. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

this news is not true we should not believe a false news good news makes us happy but we feel sad when we get a bad news a news is not a news if it is not true


53. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

will you come to my house tomorrow i asked the boy we can discuss terms and conditions then i said i shall be very happy to meet with you at your house thank you so much he replied


54. Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

don't speak ill of others to speak ill of others is  a great sin rather rectify yourself through self-criticism if you rectify yourself in this way others will follow you if you speak ill of others only problems increase this does not do any good to society. 


55. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

hold your tongues he muttered glaring fiercely in their faces have you not read the warning on the door we pray for allahs pardon cried the dervishes our divers are at your mercy


56. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

the population of bangladesh is rapidly increasing with the growth of population people need more things they need more food clothes etc but a developing country like Bangladesh cannot supply the people with these needs 


57. Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

how much do you want said the mayor a thousand guilders said the pied piper all right said the mayor well pay you a thousand guilders when will you set to work now replied the pied piper 


58. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

have you cut your hair off asked jim cut it off and sold said della don't you like me just as well anyhow i'm me without my hair ain't i 


59. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

the word library came from latin word libra which means a book so library is a collection of books papers magazines etc it is the storehouse of knowledge our school library has about 50 thousand books on different subjects.


60. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

patriotism stands for nations but does not stand against internationalism or universal brotherhood nowadays there are hatred bloodshed and unrest in many countries of the world under the false cover of patriotism world peach is not possible if we do not stand for human dignity which is the basic condition of patriotism.


61. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

i have a garden in front of my reading room there are a lot of flowers of various colours and fragrances in my garden they are rose beli gandharaj bakul jui shefali rajanigandha marigold etc. 


62. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

teaching is such  a profession that helps to build up a nation a teacher is both a guide and a pioneer he has to dedicate to this noble profession in order to guide the nation so he is called an architect of a new society if he neglects his duties social discipline will break down.


63. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

mr grasshopper sang his song again and then he asked mr ant would you like to hear another song i know many good ones oh thank you very much replied mr ant politely


64. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

the 21st february is declared the international mother language day this day is also called shaheed day shaheed minar is covered with flowers


65. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

one day i saw a beautiful blue bird in my garden the bird had a bean in its claw the bird said to me take this bean and plant it in your garden.


66. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

thank you mrs amin said mr ahmed my play is called the ghost and we are putting it on next month aren't you eager to know about it 


67. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

the rainy season is caused by monsoon the south-west monsoon that blows from the bay of bengal brings much vapour it causes heavy rainfall and the rainy season occurs in bangladesh


68. Rewrite the following text using capitalization and punctuation.  

it was july 20 1969 three american astronauts were waiting in a spaceship called apollo II the astronauts were neilarmstrongedwinaldrin and michaelcollins


69. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.

mr mahmud is a sincere honest simple and hardworking person he is a businessman by profession he had his mba from iba though he is a learned man he has no greed.


70. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. 

the teacher said to arif why are you talking in the class arif replied sir i am sorry i am asking rahim to lend me his pen the teacher said be attentive in the class


71. Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.

what is the time by your watch he said its half past nine I replied I want to go to college he said would you accompany me please no I am sorry.


72. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

i have got gpa-5 in the ssc examination said rafiq congratulation said i what do you intend to do new i want to study in a reputed college said rafiq


73. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

my sons listen to me a great treasure lies hidden in the land i am going to leave it to you how will we find it said the sons you must dig the land for it said the old man


74. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.  

bangladesh our homeland is mainly an agricultural country she has a large population most of whom live in villages though they are poor they are hospitable we feel proud of our hospitality 


75. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.

the name of my partner is nehaneha has two brothers and two sisters the name of nehas brothers are saif and arif the names of nehas sisters are suba and rule.


76. Re-write the following passage using punctuation marks and capital letters.

the great ship titanic was not only the largest ship but also regarded unsinkable it sailed for new york from southampton in april 10 1912 ironically it went down its first voyage.


77. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [DB - 2014]

hello old lady said the princess what are you doing i am spinning a yarn around the spindle replied the old woman the princess curiously said how interesting it would be if you let me have a go.


78. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [CB - 2014]

shamim said to karim i went to your house yesterday but did not find you where did you go.


79. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [RB - 2014]

do you think it is easy to pass English said talha no said tabassum but why are you so careless of english i dont feel interest in the subject oh i see. 


80. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [DjB - 2014]

the park is beautiful but dirty everybody likes to go there so we should keep it neat and clean. 


81. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [CtgB - 2014]

have you finished reading the book said runa yes said rana the book is very interesting


82. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [SB - 2014]

alexander the great was the king of macedonia he was the son of philip a mighty king of sparta he invaded india about 327 years before the birth of christ on the way he defeated porus and marched towards the panjab


83. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [BB - 2014]

one day a farmer took some sacks of wheat to a mill the mill was far away on the way the horse stumbled and one of the sacks fell on the ground


84. Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. [JB - 2014]

the teacher said to kamal why are you talking in the class you should behave yourself kamal replied sir i am sorry i am asking rahim to lend me his pen


85. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

what can I teach you asked nasiruddin we dont know replied the students your are students but you dont know anything so I cant teach you anything said nasiruddin.


86. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

rahim have you done your english lesson today asked the teacher yes sir i have done it but i haventunderstood some grammatical points replied rahim where is the problem said the teacher


87. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

will you go to college today the mother said to her son no mother our classes are suspended then go to market and bring some vegetables let me be ready and give me money


88. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

is there anybody here who has crossed a river by a boat i have teacher i cleanly remember what happened in that journey said kamal.


89. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

my friend said to me why are you sitting alone in your room don't you see the rains stopped the sky is clear let's go for a walk in the open field I said angrily leave me alone.


90. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

the teacher said to Nasim why are you talking in the classroom you should behave yourself nasim replied sir sorry i am asking rabiul to lend me his pen my pen has run out.


91. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

students are the future leaders of a country besides being regular students they can take part in a lot of welfare work of a country particularly in developed countries students leader a great service however students are conscious and undoubtedly it is their fore most duty to make the people conscious.


92. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.

we would like to go on am excursion can we have your permission sir said the students yes you can arrange it after the examination is over and you should choose a historical place for that replied the headmaster thank your sir


93. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

why did you not go to school yesterday said the mother i was ill mum the girl replied how are you today the mother asked again well said the girl


94. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

kazi nazrul islam is the national poet of Bangladesh he is well known as the rebel poet in bengali literature he was born at churulia in asansol he came to bangladesh after our war of independence can you ever forget him.


95. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

how dare you make me up the lion roared i shall kill you for that please let me go the mouse cried i did not mean to wake you up


96. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

read the passage once again but why there is a moot point in the passage what go through it and you must get that thank you are welcome rahat said to alam


97. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

Why are you going to Dhaka said father i want to buy some important books said Ashif do you need money yes father don't go alone as time is not going well.


98. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

the traveller said can you tell me the way to the nearest inn yes said the peasant do you want one in which you can spend the night no replied the traveller i only want a meal


99. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

did you has a sound he asked no she replied i heard nothing distinctly so carefully he said cant you hear a battle moaning sound coming form the old cottage.


100. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

how dare you wake me up the lion roared i shall kill you for that please let me go the mouse cried i did not mean to wake you up.


101. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

 socrates looked at him and said i return your good wishes and will do as you bid then turning to us he said how charming the man is since i have been in prison he has always been coming to see me and at times he would talk to me and was as good to me as he could be and now see how generously he sorrows on my account.


102. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

 ive just finished reading the book named the spy which came in from europe have you read it runa asked no but i saw the english film rupa replied she also asked did you enjoy on the film.


103. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

i never eat anything for luncheon she said no don't say that i answered generally i never eat more than one thing.


104. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh it has its own attraction it is specially famous for its mosques, once its name was jahangirnagar and it was famous for muslin cloth. 


105. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

did you hear a sound he asked no she replied i heard nothing distinctly listen carefully he said cant you hear a little moaning sound coming from the old cottage


106. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

mother starts cooking in the morning and finishes it by 9 am i go to school at 10 am mother wants to be sure so that have not become late in school i am happy that i never become late in school.


107. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

i have got gpa-5 in the SSC exam said rafi congratulation said i what do you intend to do now i want to study in a reputed college and will try to get admission in rajuk college rafi replied


108. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

It is the month of Ashar the sky is overcast with clouds it is drizzling the roads arc full of mud the boats are plying with sails unfurled harvesting of paddy has started bangladesh has worn an exquisite beauty this is our motherland should not everybody love his motherland.


109. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

mother is an unending sweet name she loves her children never neglects her duties to them when i think if my mother will leave and embrace the eternity i am at a loss how we can bear this separation. 


110. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

i came to dhaka this morning i sent you a telegram before starting from home he said did you receive it intime he asked no i replied.


111. Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary.

once i said to a sweet little girl what is your mother name she replied cleverly i know my mother name but i wont tell you that is said what a clever girl you are