CLOZE TEST WITH CLUES

Gap filling activities

1. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Books)

find
friends
make
prove
pleasure
harm
real
love
pay
need
side
come

Books are men’s best (a) ---------- in life. You may have many good friends, but you will not (b) ---------- them when you(c) ---------- them. They may not always (d) ---------- to you with sympathy. One or two may (e) ---------- false and do you much (f)  ---------- . But books are always ready to be your (g)  ---------- . Some books will (h) ---------- you laugh. Some others will give you much (i)  ---------- . Again, some books will bring new knowledge and ideas. They are your (j) ---------- friends thoughout your life.


2.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Education)

light
darkness
educate
discrimination
development
basic
remain
bring
deprive
participation
removes
run

Education (a)  ---------- our ignorance and gives us (b)  ---------- of knowledge. In respect of imparting education there should be no (c)  ---------- between man and woman. Education is one of the (d)  ---------- human rights. If we (e)  ---------- women of the right of education, almost half of our population will (f) ---------- in (g)  ---------- . No(h)  ---------- can be brought about without (i)  ---------- of women. So government is doing everything to (j)  ---------- women folk. 


3.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Guest birds) 

wondering
swampy
enhance
stretch
biting
country
actually
ecological
proper
cold
scarcity
migrate

In winter we see innumerable birds come to our (a)  ---------- . These birds are called ‘Guest birds’. (b)  ----------  these birds come to our country in winter from Siberia. When the (c)  ----------  cold in Siberia reaches beyond the limit, the guest birds (d)  ----------  to our land. They come not only because of biting (e)  ----------  but also for want of food. The most (f)  ----------  fact about these birds is that they fly thousands of miles at a (g)  ----------. They (h)  ----------  our natural beauty and help to maintain (i)  ----------  balance by eating up worms and insects. But nowadays the migratory birds do not come to our country because of the (j)  ----------  of watery land and cruelty of hunters.


4.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (English) 

nations
mutual
necessity
essential
importance
becomes
almost
useful
era
without
helps
knowledge

English is an international language.As a result the (a) ----------  of English has increased.Different countries have to keep (b) ----------  communication among them.The (c) ----------  of learning is very great.Because it (d) ----------  us to develop a good relationship with other (e) ----------. In this modern (f) ----------  of communication, it is not possible to advance (g) ----------  it.English (h) ----------  the language of the whole world. (i) ----------  all books in science and technology have been written or translted into English. One can’t think of higher studies without the (j) ----------  of English.


5.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Road accidents)

daily
lie
violate
happen
increasingly
lives
rolled
safely
narrow
menace
invention
life

Road accidents are (a)  ----------  occurrences in modern city. Every year thousands of people lose their (b)  ----------  and many more are injured. Before the (c)  ----------  of automobile, people moved from one place to another slowly but (d)  ----------. The real causes of road accidents (e)  ----------  with the people not with the transports. In some cities,the roads are (f)  ----------. These can hardly cope with the (g)  ----------  number of traffic.Besides, the traffic is not (h)  ----------  properly. The drivers often(i)  ----------  traffic rules. As road accidents seem a great (j)  ---------- , immediate steps should be taken to stop the danger. 


6. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Nature) 

prepare
natural
purpose
resources
fertile
sphere
hand
land
rocky
use
locality
generously

Nature has given her (a)  ----------  to us more (b)  ----------  than many other countries of the world. Think about our (c) ----------. It is soft and (d) ----------. Our farmers who have simple (e)  ----------  made tools can easily dig, plough and (f)  ----------  the soil with them. Whereas lands of most other countries which are hard and (g)  ----------  cannot be easily dug, ploughed and prepared. We have a great (h)  ----------  advantages too. We can (i)  ----------  the most of our lands for the (j)  ----------  of agriculture. 


7. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Begging) 

claim
ability
charity
indolent
devoid
dignity
help
inactive
others
aversion
hence
anything

What is begging? Begging is the (a)  ----------  of others. It does not give (b)  ----------  good to the society .It is totally unproductive and (c) ----------, it has no output. It does no develop a man’s (d)  ----------  or will to be self-reliant. It makes him (e)  ----------  and habitually (f)  ----------  and dependent on others. It makes a man(g) — of any sense of self-respect.Hence those who live by begging cannot (h)  ----------  for any dignity in the society because of their (i)  ----------  to work .They only seek the charity of (j)  ----------  and become burden to the society .


8. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Deforestation) 

food
destroyed
crisis
rise
turn
rain
live
cut
habitat
unsuitable
be
effect

If we (a) ----------  trees at random, one day our country will (b)  ----------  into a desert. All living animals and birds will not find any (c)  ----------  or shelter to (d)  ----------  in. They will be (e) ----------. There will be no (f)  ----------  and as a result our agriculture will face a great (g) ----------. The temperature will (h)  ----------  and it will cause green house (i) ----------. The country will be (j) ---------- for living and various natural calamities like flood , drought storm etc will affect our country.


9.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Good manners) 

show
superiors
nothing
behaviour
nature
much
rich
form
conduct
sense
disciplined
remains

Good manners (a)  ----------  an important part of education. Our education (b)  ----------  incomplete if we do not learn good manners. In our (c)  ----------  with others we must (d)  ----------  proper respect for them. We should have a (e)  ----------  of fitness in our (f)  ----------  with others. We should show respect to our (g) ---------- . It is necessary for a (h)  ----------  society. Good manners cost us (i) ---------- . So, good manners should be a part of our (j) ---------- .


10. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Education) 

talent
supposed
acquired
self-reliant
material
useful
illuminates
truly
improve
attaining
virtue
learn

Education (a)  ----------  a man’s life. Proper education provides a learner with opportunities to develop all his (b)  ---------- . Its aim is to (c)  ----------  him physically and mentally so that he can be (d)  ----------  to himself and to the society. An educated man is (e)  ---------- , but he can also assist others in (f)  ----------  this great virtue. He is (g)  ----------  to be well mannered, kind and sympathetic. So a man who has (h)  ----------  knowledge and skill only for his (i)  ----------  development cannot be called a (j)  ----------  educated man. 



11.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Habib) 

stopped
could
closed
almost
left
close
arrived
straight
said
nearest
about
open

Habib lived in a village (a)   ----------  to a town. He wanted to (b)   ----------  a bank account. Having (c)   ----------  in the town he (d)   ----------  a stranger.“Excuse me, (e)   ----------  you tell me the way to the (f)   ----------  bank?” (g)   ----------  Habib. “Certainly. Go (h)   ----------  about 2000 meters and turn (i)   ----------  and the bank is (j)   ----------  on the right”, said the stranger.


12. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Bangladesh)

causes
agricultural
brings
decline
supplies
consumption
depend
livelihood
indusries

agricultural

Bangladesh is an (a)   ----------  country. Most of the people of this country directly or indirectly (b)   ----------  on agriculture for their (c)   ---------- . Many important (d)   ----------  depend on (e)   ----------  products. Agriculture (f)   ----------  food stuff for human and animal (g)   ----------. Any (h)   ----------  in agricultural products (i)   ----------  economic depression in the country.Failure of crops (j)   ----------  sufferings to the entire people.


13. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Bangladesh) 

passed
remove
education
educate
waste
least
necessary
literate
compulsory
need
made
illiterate

We must not (a)   ----------  our energy and money any more. We (b)   ----------  to take steps to (c)   ----------  our people. Emphasis should be given on primary (d)  ---------- . There should be at (e)   ----------  one primary school in each and every village. We are happy that our government has (f)   ----------  primary education (g)  ---------- . A law has been (h)   ----------  in the assembly. To (i)   ----------  illiteracy from the country, some more steps may be taken. The (j)   ----------  adults need to be educated.


14.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Education) 

light
participation
deprive
discrimination
educate
basic
prosper
bring
darkness
removes
remain
run

Education is the backbone of a nation. No nation can (a)   ----------  without education. Education (b)   ----------  our ignorance and gives us(c)   ----------  of knowledge. In respect of imparting education there should be no (d)   ----------  between men and women. Education is one of the (e) — human rights. If we (f)   ----------  women of the right of education, almost half of the population will (g)   ----------  in (h)  ---------- . No development can be brought about in our society without the (i)   ----------  of women. The government of Bangladesh is doing everything to (j)   ----------  women folk.


15.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Exam Strategy) 

dream
famous
expected
hard
result
glorious
tries
study
institution
successful
private
public

Every student expects a (a)   ----------  result in the examination and for that he (b)   ----------  heart and soul. There are many ways to have glorious (c)  ----------. Admission in the famous (d)   ----------  is one of them. So most of the students (e)   ----------  for getting admission in a (f)   ----------  institution. Most of the students start to study (g)   ----------  after their final examination to get admission into their (h)   ----------  institutions. Some become (i)   ----------  and some become failure in their mission. The students who don’t (j)   ----------  hard cannot succeed in this context.


16.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Without efforts) 

progress
loss
enjoyment
loses
both
continuous
real
matching
result
competition
win
matched

Without efforts there can be no (a)   ----------  in life. Life (b)   ----------  its interest if there is no struggle. Games become dull if there is no (c)   ----------  in them and if the (d)   ----------  can be easily foreseen. No matter we (e)   ----------  the game or lose it; the keener the contest, the greater the (f)   ---------- . A victory is not a (g)   ----------  triumph unless (h)   ----------  the sides are equally (i)  ---------- . Whether we like it or not, life is one (j)   ----------  competitive examination.


17.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Education) 

mentally
assist
educated
self-reliant
provide
genius
develop
sympathy
useful
improve
called
helpful

Proper education (a)   ----------  a learner with opportunities to (b)   ----------  all his talents. Its aim is to (c)   ----------  him physically and (d)   ----------  so that he can be (e)   ----------  to himself and to the society. An educated man is (f)   ----------  but he also (g)   ----------  others in attaining self-reliance. He is supposed to be well mannered, kind and (h)   ---------- . So, a man who has acquired knowledge and skill only for his material development cannot be (i)   ----------  a truly (j)   ----------  man. 


18.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Bangladesh) 

agricultural
on
consumption
beautiful
supplies
decline
livelihood
causes
took
products
depend
brings

Bangladesh is our birth land. It is small but (a)   ---------- . It is an (b)   ----------  country. Most of the people of this country directly or indirectly (c)   ----------  on agriculture for their (d)   ---------- . Many important industries depend on agricultural (e)   ---------- . Agriculture (f)   ----------  food stuff for human and animal (g)   ---------- . Any (h)   ----------  in agricultural products (i)   ----------  economic depression in the country. Failure of crops (j)   ----------  sufferings to the entire people. 


19.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Examination) 

knowledge
practical
subject
show
important
approach
promoted
quality
valueless
must
well
tries

Examination is very important in student’s life. If justifies a student’s (a)----------. No student can be (b)----------to next class without examination.So, every student (c)----------hard to pass the examination. There are many ways to do (d)----------in the examination and meritorious students follow these ways. (e)----------knowledgeis not all things to approach the exam. One may gather much (f)----------about his subject but if he can not (g)----------his performance in the examination this such kind of knowledge is (h)----------. He (i)----------be very practical in the examination which is also an (j)----------thing.amination is very important in student’s life.

20.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Flood) 

tops
affected
happend
standstill
long
occured
time
washed
stopped
records
risen
greatly

The flood that had (a) ---------- in 2004 in our country broke all the (b) ---------- of the past. Water level had never (c) ---------- so high. The duration of the flood was also very (d) ----------. Normal activities were (e) ---------- for a long time. A large number of people become homeless. The miseries of the (f) ---------- people knew no bounds. Crops were (g) ---------- damaged. Cattle and many other things were (h) ---------- away. Thousand of people took shelter on the (i) ---------- of the roofs, boats and embankments. Life came to a (j) ---------- .


21.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Students) 

service

social

removing
live

educate

society

separate

Students should not (a) ---------- themselves from (b) ----------. They can (c) ---------- the society in many ways. Their (d) ---------- is of great importance to society. During vacation they should go to their native village. They can (e) ---------- the illiterate villagers. During a flood they can (f) ---------- the sufferings of the flood affected people by raising funds. As they live in (g)----------, they are (h) ---------- beings. So they are not (i) ---------- from society. They can play an important role by (j) ---------- the illiterate from the country.


22.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Ashraf) 

result
necessity
know
control
polluted
purpose
sound
wise
balance
gone
conscious
interest

Ashraf, who is a student of class ten,has taken a (a) ---------- step.He is very much (b) ---------- to visit villages along with his friends.He came to know that the villagers are not (c) ---------- of environmental problems .They do not (d) ---------- how to keep up the (e) ---------- of the environment.The villagers have no (f) ---------- over the population growth also.As a (g) ---------- our environment is being (h) ---------- day by day.He  wants to make people know about the (i) ---------- of clean environment.Really,his (j) ---------- is great.


23.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Freedom Fighters) 

about
lives
neglected
evil
proper
real
right
been
very
remember
bright
regret

Our freedom fighters are the (a)----------heroes of our country. We should (b)----------them as they sacrifice their (c)---------- for the cause of motherland. It is a matter of great (d)----------that most of them are (e)---------- and our young generation does not know (f)---------- their valiant struggle. Yet today many of the real freedom fighters have not (g)----------found out and established. Some of them lead a (h) ---------- poor life. The authority in power should take (i)----------step to enlist them and give them (j)---------- honour.


24.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Physical Exercise) 

prevent
enables
take
excellent
tired
fitness
physically
fills
struggles
essential
free
helps

Physical exercise is(a) ---------- for all. It keeps us(b) ---------- strong and healthy. Our is full of activities and (c)----------.We can face them if we have physical and mental (d)---------- .It is physical exercise which(e) ---------- us to have a sound mind in a sound body. Physical exercise (f) ---------- some other benefits too. It also offers us an (g) ---------- recreation. It makes our mind (h) ---------- from the drudgery of work and (i) ---------- it with joy. So we must (j) ---------- physical exercise for our sound health.


25. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Deforestation) 

sediment
habitat
forestland
repair
floods
effect
insecurity
damage
protection
causes
deforestation
cut

The most common causes of (a) ---------- are cutting and burning the (b) ----------. Though the forestlands are (c) ---------- and burnt for the sake of agriculture and (d) ----------, it has a negative (e) ---------- on environment. The removal of trees (f) ---------- the birds and the others animals living on them to leave the place. It also causes serious (g) ---------- to the soil , as trees give (h) ---------- to soil as well. In the end, the soil gets (i) ---------- in the river bed and causes frequent (j) ----------.


26.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Rights of a Citizen) 

administration
certain
interfere
vote
established
property
has
certainly
when
speak
to
has

A citizen has (a) ---------- rights and privileges. For example he (b) ---------- a right to security of life and (c) ---------- and protection of law (d) ---------- necessary. The state is bound to give him such protection. He has the right to (e) ---------- as he pleacesand the state should not (f) ---------- with his freedom of speech. But he must not say anything that goes against the (g) ---------- laws of his land. He (h) ---------- a natural right (i) ---------- take a hand in the (j) ---------- of the affairs of his country. 


27.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Child labour) 

working
going
such
one
impediment
afford
forbidden
search
which
additional
dissuade
domestic

Child labour has been (a) ---------- internationally by the UN. To make a child do the work (b) ---------- is suitable for a man is punishable. Yet in the third world countries the number of child labour is (c) ---------- up day by day. Bangladesh is (d) ---------- of these countries. Though government is committed to (e) ---------- rich people to engage children in laborious works, things are not so easy. Poverty is the first (f) ---------- in this field. The poor parents want to get (g) ---------- earning by employing their children in works. Nazrul is a child of (h) ---------- kind of family. He came to Dhaka in (i) ---------- of a living. Now he is (j) ---------- in a garments factory.


28.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Sangsad Bhaban)

technology
wonder
spectacular
designed
called
could
surrounded
largest
totaling
spectacular
modern
each

The Sangsad Bhaban at Sher-e-Bangla Nagaar in Dhaka is a (a)----------of modern architecture and (b) ----------. It is one of the (c)----------and most (d)----------parliament buildings in the world. It was (e)—by the famous American architect Louis I Kahn. This 155 feet high nine storied building is (f)----------by a artificial lake  (g)----------the Crescent Lake. The structure has 1650 door, 335windows, 365 ventilators and corridors (h)----------to be a wildering length of 41.6 kilometers. The house has 354 seats for MPs, 56 for guests, 40 for journalists and 430  for spectators. It has three party rooms in (i)----------of which can seat 153 people. The whole place in air-conditioned and includes all (j)----------amenities.


29.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Pied Piper)

thinking
now
instead
again
stood
different
following
on
along
into
up
running

The Pied Piper stepped into the street and began to play his pipe (a) ---------- . This time the music was (b) ---------- .All the sound of the music all the children of Hamelin came (c) ---------- . The mayor the councilors and all the parents (d) ---------- dumb. The Pied Piper walked (e) ---------- the streets and the children followed him.They were laughing and dancing. But (f) ---------- the piper did not go towards the river. He walked towards the hill called Koppelburg (g) ---------- . The parents felt reilieved (h) ---------- that the pied piper would never be able to cross the hill. But as soon as the Piper reached the hill, it opened (i) ---------- and he walked into it with the children (j) ---------- him. Then the hill closed and they were never seen again.


30. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Man’s dignity)

through
work
long
blue
ready
inferior
dignity
sacrifice
high
aware
above
same

Man’s (a) ---------- depends on his work. Man is rational being. He is to (b) ---------- for others. He should not be proud of his (c) ---------- blood. He should be (d) ---------- to help anyone of any class. The man whom he is helping may be (e) ---------- to him by birth. But after all he is a man. He has the (f) ---------- blood and flesh as the (g) ---------- kind of man. So, he should (h) ---------- his own life for others welfare. We cannot live (i) ---------- on earth. We must die one day. We can live (j) ---------- our work.



31.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Irrigation) 

if
prevent
remote
causes
can
much
invention
but
river
water
verify
close

Crops need (a) ----------. So  farmers must irrigate their fields (b) ---------- there is very little rain at any time. (c) ----------irrigation is not easy if there is no river(d) ---------- to the crops. Canals can carry (e) ---------- water to the field. Sometimes (f) ---------- water causes flood. A dam may (g) ---------- difficulties of irrigation. A great lake (h) ---------- be built behind the dam. Dams are not recent  (i) ----------. They were used in the (j) ---------- past. 


32.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Illiteracy) 

help
efforts
illiteracy
illiterate
enlarge
literacy
removing
assist
thought
aware
increase
exist

Inability to read and write is (a) ----------.It hinders all development (b) ---------- of the government. The literacy rate of Bangladesh is still low. We have to (c) ---------- this rate for entire development of the country. A countries development can not be (d) ---------- of keeping the large number of people (e) ----------.Government alone cannot meet this challenge without the (f) ---------- of the literate community. It is the social responsibility of the literate people to (g) ---------- the government for the eradication of illiteracy .We must realise that we cannot (h) ---------- as a nation without (i) ---------- illiteracy from the society. So we should be (j) ---------- of this great problem.


33. Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Road accidents) 

road
environment
life
defects
non-motorised
lives
challenge
mandatory
reasons
challenges
collision
prevent

Road accidents have become feature of everyday (a) ---------- in our country, Bangladesh. A lot of (b) ---------- act behind road accidents. Roadside (c) ---------- , poor design of junctions and road sections, excessive (d) ----------, dangerous overtaking, reckless driving, disobeying (e) ---------- traffic rules, varity of traffics’ characteristics and (f) ---------- of  vehicles are the principle reasons of it. (g) ---------- vehicles are plying in the roadalong  side the buses and trucks in the same way. They also increade the risk of (h) ----------.Road accidents are the major (i)----------for the development of Bangladesh. So, we should search the way how to (j)----------these fatal problems. 


34.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Cyclone) 

towards
created
unbearable
tropics
dark
condition
cyclone
speed
thunders
occur
flashes
originates

A cyclone may (a) ---------- anytime and at any place. The violent types of (b) ---------- useally hit the (c) ---------- The cyclone of Bangladesh generally (d) ---------- from the Bay of Bengal and blows (e) ---------- the land. It is often accompanied by (f) ---------- and heavy showers. Before a cyclone commences, (g) ---------- heat is felt for a few days. Then suddenly one day the sky becomes terrivly (h) ---------- with clouds and strong winds being to blow with (i) ---------- of lighting and the rumbling of thunders. Thus a terrible situation is (j) ---------- .



35.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Agriculture) 

depend
unnaturally
depression
industries
provide
live
plays
damages
overcome
supplies
decline
know

Ours is an agricultural country. Hence most of our country directly or indirectly (a) ---------- on agriculture for their livelihood. Many important (b) ---------- of our country also depend on agricultural products. Agriculture (c) ---------- a vital role in our national economy. It (d) ---------- food  stuff for both human and animal consumption. So people have to suffer a lot if there is any (e) ---------- in agricultural products. The sufferings of the farmers and working class of people (f) ---------- no bounds. The failure of crops causes a great economic (g) ---------- in the country and prices of daily necessaries may go (h) ---------- up. The floods and the subsequent (i) ---------- of agricultural products are burning examples of it. We are lucky that our government has successfully (j) ---------- the problem.


36.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Power) 

depends
increase
production
rise
around
shift
necessity
circumstances
sustain
improved
shortage
dependent

Power is the key to the economic growth of any country. The (a) — of power is only known when load- shedding occurs. Though rural life of Bangladesh is not totally (b) — on power, urban life cannot (c) — without electricity. At present we have (d) — of around 4000 MW electricity and the (e) — is around 2000 MW. This demand is over on the (f) — .In 2020 the national demand for electricity will rise to (g) — 8000 MW. The reality is this situation can’t be (h) — just by installing some high capacity generation units. Under these (i) — we should create a master plan to increase production of electricity and also have to (j) — our concentration to alternative  fuel source .


37.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Time)

successful
put
pile
careless
sure
need
about
a lot of
careful
for
proverb
stitch

A (a) ---------- in time saves nine .This is very well-known (b) ----------. Some people don’t care (c)-------anything.They(d) ---------- off a job (e) ---------- tomorrow though they are not (f) ---------- whether tomorrow will come.In this way they can not finish the work when they (g) ---------- it.Then they say, “Alas! If we were not (h) ---------- about our jobs when we had (i) ---------- time, we must be (j) ----------.”


38.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Country Mouse & Town Mouse) 

mouse
home
quick
same
came
roots
from
town
clever
small
big
country

The nest was very (a) ---------- and very light. The country (b) ---------- ate barley and the (c) ---------- of other plants. A mouse (d) ---------- the town (e) ---------- to see the (f) ---------- mouse. The (g) ---------- mouse was very (h) ---------- and (i) ----------. His (j) ---------- was in a big house in the town. 


39.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Deforestation) 

down
number
oppostion
idea
people
island
all
oppose
great
in
build
out

Once there lived a king in an island. There were green trees everywhere (a) ---------- the island. The king decided to (b) ---------- a magnificent palace in the (c) ---------- . So he ordered his men to cut (d) ---------- all the trees. Some opposed the (e) ---------- of the king but the king’s (f) ---------- did not pay heed to the (g) ----------. So people were compled to carry (h) ---------- the king’s order. They cut down (i) ---------- the trees. As a result a (j) ---------- change took place in the climate of the island. 


40.  Fill in the gaps with suitable words from the box. (Book fair) 

hold
visit
recent
collection
enlarge
permit
ancient
has
spread
crowed
display
old

Amongest all the exhibitions, the book fairs are of (a) ---------- origin. They are frequently (b) ---------- in towns and cities now. Last year I (c) ---------- Ekushe Boi mela in Bangla Academy premises. There were a number of stalls and thousand of books were (d) ---------- . It was a great opportunity of (e) ---------- a varied choice of books. A large numberof people (f) ---------- there. I was trempted to buy a lot of books but my purse didn’t (g) ---------- me. As a result, I bought a few books and (h) ---------- a lot of catalogue. However a book fair (i) ---------- the massage that books are our best friends. Books (j) ---------- our vision and make our life meaningful.