CLOZE TEST WITHOUT CLUES

CLOZE TEST WITHOUT CLUES

1. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Prize giving ceremony)

The prize giving ceremony of our school was (a) — on 2 December 2014. It was held in the school auditorium. We decorated (b) — school building very nicely. The function began at 10 a.m. It began with the (c) — from the holy Quran and the Gita. Then the head teacher called the names of the recipients. The head teacher also read (d) — the annual report. Then the prizes were distributed (e) — the winners.


2. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Independence)

Independence is (a) — birth right of a man. But no nation can achieve it without struggle. We achieved independence in 1971 through a (b) — war. People of all walks of life joined the war. They fought (c) — against the enemies. They did not run (d) — showing their back. Many freedom fighters become martyrs in the war. Today we remember them with (e) — respect.


3. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (21st February)

21st February is declared as an (a) — Mother Language Day. This day is also (b) — Shaheed day. On this day, people go to Shaheed Minar to show (c) — to the martyrs. They carry flower wreaths to offer them. (d) — national flag is kept half flying. The popular song “Amar Bhaier Rokte Rangano Ekushe February” is (e) — in chorus.


4. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Newspaper)

Man is curious by nature. He wants to know (a) — things about the world. Newspaper is (b) — best media to satisfy this curiosity. It is useful to all sections of (c) —. In modern life it has really become a part and (d) — of our life. People can express their opinions through it.  For many reasons a newspaper is called the (e) — of knowledge.


5. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Haji Mohsin)

Haji Mohsin was famous for his (a) — . He helped the poor people (b) — food and clothes. One night, a thief (c) — into his bedroom.  Haji Mohsin woke up and caught hold of the thief. The thief said, “Sir, I am very poor and I have no (d) — in my house.” Mohsin felt pity with the poor man. He took him to another room and (e) — box.


6. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is a small country.  But this country of ours is rich in (a) — resources.  Our progress (b) — on the proper use of these resources. It will not do if we while away our time in (c) —.  The responsibility of building the country (d) — rests with us.  For this we have to work hard. We should bear in mind that industry is (e) — key to success.


7. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Industry)

Industry is at the (a) — of all success.  It is not possible to do any noble deed without (b) —. Our Bangladesh is a poor country, but we take pride in calling her (c) — Bengal. It requires hard labors to build golden Bengal in the true sense of (d) — term.  The people of the developed countries are very industrious.  Many of us, on the other hand, are lazy and (e) — to work.


8. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Kazi Nazrul Islam)

KaziNazrul Islam is called the rebel poet.  He was (a) — on 24thMay, 1899, at Churulia in the district of Burdwan.  He came of a poor (b) — . Hos parents were Kazi Fakir Ahmed and Jobeda Khatun. Nazrul is one of the (c) — Bengali poets.  His poem “Bidrohi” made him (d) — overnight when he was only 21 year old.  Nazrul’sgazzles (Islami songs) are very popular in the (e) — community.


9. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Good food)

Good food means the (a) — kind of food.  It contains such natural (b) — that our body needs to stay healthy.  But it is also important that one should not eat too much (c) — the food is good. (d) — too much is bad for health.  We have to eat only a (e) — amount of food that our body needs.


10. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Cleanliness)

Cleanliness is the (a) — to good health.  If we are not clean, disease will attack us.  In order to keep clean, we have to take (b) — everyday.  We have to (c) — on clean clothes. We have to (d) — our hands before meals and after (e) — the toilet.


11. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Students)

Students should be conscious about keeping their classroom clean.  They (a) — not always depend on others for this.  They should do the cleaning by themselves.  They can (b) — some rules.  Some of them can be: Do not spit in the class; do not drop (c) — in the class; use the (d) — for trash; keep the desks and chairs in (e) —.


12. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Truthfulness)

What is truthfulness?  It is a great (a) —.  It (b) — an indispensable part of human character.  The great men of the world were truthful.  The great prophet Hazard Mohammad (SM) (c) — a model of truthfulness. Once a man, who was (d) — to stealing, came to him for (e) — so that he could give up stealing. Mohammad (SM) only adviced him never to tell a lie.


13. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Physical exercise)

Physical exercise is (a) — for all.  It keeps us (b) — strong and healthy.  Our life 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 gain this fitness.


14. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Education)

Education is the backbone of a nation. No nation can (a) — without education. Education (b) — our ignorance and gives us the (c) — of knowledge. In respect of imparting education there should be no (d) — between man and woman. Education is one of the (e) — human rights.


15. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (English)

English is an international (a) — . It is spoken all over the (b) — . So the importance of English cannot be (c) — anyhow.  All the books of higher education are written in (d) — .  Today organizations recruit employees who can speak and write English (e) — .


16. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Patriotism)

Patriotism is a (a) — virtue.  It is a (b) — quality in human nature.  It (c) — a man to shed every drop of blood to (d) — the liberty and dignity of the country.  But patriotism should not be merely a (e) — slogan in the public meeting to fake the people.  It should be cherished in the core of heart and materialized in our deeds.


17. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Environment)

Our environment is comprised of various (a) — elements.  Oxygen is one of the most (b) — elements of our environment.  We cannot live a single moment (c) — oxygen.  It is wholly, solely and instantly related to our life.  It strengthens our immune system and helps us to breathe properly.  We feel (d) — condition in absence of oxygen.  But it is a matter of sorrow that the (e) — of oxygen is getting shorter for environment pollution.


18. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Health)

Health is (a) — for all. Without sound health none can live properly in the world.  Malnutrition is reverse to (b) — health.  Malnutrition refers to (c) — of nutrions.  Those who suffer from malnutrition can not do any work properly.  Malnutrition can be prevented by taking (d) — diet.  A balanced diet is essential for all.  Those, who don’t take a balanced diet suffer (e) — malnutrition.


19. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Cleanliness)

Cleanliness is (a) — to godliness. Without (b) — clean, none can lead a (c) — life.  It is (d) — to spend time with young children practicing and teaching them good hygiene.  They should be taught how to (e) — hygiene.


20. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Nutrition)

Many people do not get enough nutrition from what they eat. Many children become blind because they do not get (a) — nutrition. Diarrhea is a common (b) —. This is because many (c) — do not drink clean water or they (d) — dirty food. So, they often suffer (e) — diarrhea. The condition in our villages is very deplorable.


21. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Plants)

Plants cannot live (a) — water and light. The problem of water is more (b) — in the deserts. Some desert plants send there roots (c) — into the ground, to tap the water (d) — below but cactus usually have (e) — roots.


22. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Ants)

Ants are very industrious. They (a) — together in search of food all day (b) — . Though they are small insects, they are well (c) — in there way of life. They save food to face (d) — in future. They are patient and watchful. We have a lot to (e) — from their lives. 


23. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Seawater)

Seawater is (a) — . Water has no (b) — of its (c) — . As vast expanse of sea water is visible at a time, it looks blue. This blue water looks very (d) — . But this water is not (e) — .


24. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Air)

Air is an important element (a) — our life. But air can (b) — polluted in many ways. The (c) — cause of air pollution is (d) —. By inhaling polluted air, we (e) — sick. We should take steps to prevent air pollution so that we can be healthier and happier.


25. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (English)

English is an (a) ¬— language. It is our (b) — language. We (c)— English for international communication. Without (d) — English well we cannot shine nationally. Proper (e) — should be taken for learning English in our country.


26. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is a small country. (a) — our country is full of (b) — resources. The development of our (c) — depends on the proper utilization (d) — these resources. It is our (e) — to build our country. So, we should work unitedly for the development of our country.


27. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Annual sport)

The annual sports of our school were (a) — on last Monday. Our local MP was the (b) — guest. We (c) — our school tastefully and made a fine (d) — where the guests sat. All the students and the teachers were present at the sports ground. We all (e) — the day very much.


28. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Sun)

The sun rises in the (a) —and sets in the west. Birds begin to sing at the (b) — rise and go back to their (c) — at the sunset. In winter, people (d) — in the sun in the morning. Many things are dried in the sun. The sun having risen, farmers go to (e) — for work.


29. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Patriot)

A patriot is a (a) — who loves his (b) — . The patriotic people love (c) — motherland very (d) — and this love is higher than the love of their (e) —. 


30. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Cricket)

Cricket is a (a) — game. This game is played (b) — to teams. A team (c) — of eleven players. Bangladesh has much (d) — in cricket. It also has earned the (e) — status.


31. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Time)

Time is highly valuable. Time waits for (a) —. So, every one of us should (b) — proper use of time. The success of the man who makes proper use of time is (c) — . Those who (d) — time can not succeed in life. All great man of the world have made proper use of time. We should (e) — them.  


32. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Human life)

Human life is very (a) —. So every moment (b) — life should be utilized (c) — . It will not be (d) — to waste a moment. (e) —, time is what life is and it waits for none. 


33. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is one of the most (a) — populated countries in south Asia . Her (b) — area is smaller in comparison to (c) — countries but she has really a large (d) — . She lost three million people in the war of (e) — in 1971.


34. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Trees)

Trees are our best (a) — on earth. They are a great (b) — of food and vitamins, shelter and oxygen. They make the (c) — fertile. Trees keep the (d) — strong. Trees save us from (e) — and many other natural calamities.


35. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Frankel)

Once upon a time there lived a famous magician (a) — Frankel . He lived in a small (b) — in Germany and worked there in a laboratory in his (c) — . In it he    made his magic (d) —. He was a good (e) — because he only used his spells to make bad people good.


36. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Time)

Time is very (a) —. Time does not wait for any body. Nobody (d) — stop it. It moves (c) — and forward. It is not wise to neglect time. Those who make the best use of time are sure to succeed .All the great (d) — of the world have made the best use of (e) —. We should follow them.


37. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Hobby)

A hobby is one’s favorite (a) — but not one’s main business. A man follows it because it gives him (b) —. There are many fashionable hobbies. They are stamp collecting, coin collecting, gardening, (c) — birds, and so on. Of them my favorite hobby is (d) —. I have a garden in front of my (e) — room.


38. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Football)

Football is the most popular (a) — in the world. Like cricket (b) — isn’t costly. It is full (c) — thrill for both the players (d) — the spectators. It improves our (e) — and mind.


39. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Eid-ul-Fitre)

Eid-ul-Fitre is the (a) — religious festival for the Muslims. It comes (b) — the end of the holy month Ramadan. It is a day of great (c) —. (d) — prayer in Edgah is the main activity of the day. It teaches us how to (e) — a decent life.


40. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Illiteracy)

Illiteracy is a curse. It is the root cause of (a) — which hampers all development efforts of the government and the community. No development effort can be successful (b) — illiteracy is removed. No individual, community or organization not even the government is (c) — of solving this huge problem single-handed. It is the social responsibility of all the literate people to remove illiteracy from society .We should be conscious (e) — this responsibility.

41. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Trees)

Trees are our best (a) — . They (b) — us with food, vitamin, shelter and oxygen. They enhance the (c) — of the land. Trees keep the soil strong, and save the land from flood, (d) —  and many other natural calamities. So, we should plant trees as (e) — as possible.


42. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Independence)

Independence is the birth (a) — of a man. But no nation can (b) — it without struggle. Our war of independence took (c) — in 1971.People of all walks of (d) — joined the war with a smiling face to (e) — the country.


43. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Walking)

Walking is a good (a) —. It develops our body and refreshes our (b) —. One can take fresh air and enjoy the (c) — of nature if one walks in the (d) — morning. So walking should be formed as a (e) — by people of all ages.


44. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Water and light)

Water and light are (a) — for the growth of plants. There is severe (b) — of water in the deserts. The vegetation of an area is (c) — on its climate. Man needs (d) — because of his necessity of food. In order to grow more and more crops we should know the modern method of (e) —.


45. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Examination)

Examination is very important in student life. It 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. Subject (e) — is not all things to approach the examination.


46. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Early rising)

An early riser can enjoy the fresh air and oxygen of the morning (a) — refresh both his body and mind. Moreover, he can (b) — his work early and as such he (c) — enough time to perform his work (d) — . On the other hand, too much sleep (e) — a man dull and lazy.


47. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is the most densely (a) — country in the (b) —. Every year more than two million people are being added to our (c) —. The problem is now out of (d) —. But this can be checked if the government and the people are firmly determined to control birth and grow more (e) — at the same time.


48. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Animals’ food)

We know that our land is limited. So, most (a) — our farmers try hard all the year round to (b) — more food for themselves but not for their cattle. Their animals can eat only (c) — nature grows. During the monsoon (d) — grows a lot of green plants and they eat too (e) — .


49. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Time)

Time and tide (a) — for none. None can call it (b) —. A mane can get back his (c) — money and health but cannot get back his lost time. Time (d) — lost is lost forever. So, we should make the (e) — use of our time.


50. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (21st February)

21st February is an (a) — day in the history of Bangladesh. In 1948 the rulers of then Pakistan declared Urdu to (b) — the only state language. Bangladesh (c) — vehemently against this (d) —. The movement spread all over Bangladesh. The Govt. (e) — section 144 and banned all gatherings and processions.


51. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Good food)

Good food plays a vital role for our (a) —. But unhealthy (b) — is detrimental to health. So we have to choose (c) — food. At the same time we have to eat the (d) — amount of food. Eating too (e) — is not good for health.


52. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Mount Everest)

Mount Everest has (a) — fascinated climbers. It is in (b) — Himalayan Mountain. It is the (c) — mountain in the world. It was (d) — after an English man, George Everest. He was the first (e) — survey the Himalayas in 1881.


53. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is an agricultural country. But her agriculture (a) — on the mercy of nature which is water. Rain is the (b) — of this water. The monsoon (c) — heavy rainfall. But if it does not rain in time, the farmer cannot (d) — the land. Again in the rainy season, it rains heavily. Heavy rainfall causes flood. During flood people (e) — much.


54. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Good manners)

Good manners cost us nothing. Our education (a) — incomplete if we don’t learn good manners. We should show respect to the (b) — . It is necessary for a (c) — society. We should have (d) — sense of fitness in our conduct. So, none should avoid the (e) — practice of good manners.


55. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Books)

Books are men’s best friends. You may (a) — many a good friends but you may (b) — find them where you are in need. (c) — may not always come to you with (d) —. One or two may prove false and (e) — you much harm. 


56. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Education)

Education enlightens (a) —. It is compared to light which removes the darkness of (b) —. It also helps us distinguish (c) — right and wrong. But Bangladesh is to go a long way to educate its entire (d) —. All the educated people should come (e) — to remove the darkness of illiteracy from the country.                                                              


57. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Mother’s influence on children) 

A mother exercises an undenyable (a) — in the formation of children’s characters and in shaping their (b) — destiny. Lives of many great men of the world show that their greatness was (c) — to their mother’s role. The things that they (d) — at home take a (e) — root in them.


58. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Paper)

Paper is a very useful (a) —. We cannot do (b) — it. In the past paper was not in our (c) —. At first the people of China (d) — paper. The people of that (e) — used palm leaves instead of paper. 


59. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (River)

The river is of great (a) — to us. We bathe in the (b) — of the river and drink water (c) — it. We use the water of the river in various ways for agricultural (d) — by digging (e) —.  


60. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Camel)

The camel is not an (a) — of our country. It is the animal of the (b) —. Though a camel looks (c) — indeed, there is no animal so (d) — as it is. There is a hump on the (e) — of the camel. 


61. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Man)

Man cannot live (a) —. So he wants (b) —. He cannot do without the (c) — of others even for a (d) —. For this reason, man has been living (e) — from time immemorial. 


62. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Winter morning)

A winter morning is misty and (a) —. There is dense (b) — everywhere. Sometimes the fog is so dense that the sun (c) — cannot get through it. Even things at a little (d) — can hardly be (e) —. 


63. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Rickshaw puller)

The man who (a) — rickshaw for money is a rickshaw puller. A rickshaw puller is quite (b) — in cities and towns. He (c) — in a slum. His (d) — is very shabby. His income is very (e) —.


64. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Fisherman)

A fisherman is a person who earns his (a) — by catching and selling (b) —. Generally a fisherman (c) — by the rivers, big canals, marshy lands and seas for his professional advantages. A fisherman lives with his family. He works (d) — all day and all night. He is always (e) — in making his fishing nets, repairing them taking care of his fishing boat, dying and painting them. 


65. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Dhaka)

Dhaka (a) — on the Buriganga. It is an old (b) —. The city is (c) — populated. People of different (d) — live in the city. Their occupation is not the (e) —. 


66. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Trees)

Trees are our best (a) —. They are a great (b) — of food and vitamins, shelter and oxygen. They make the (c) — fertile. Trees keep the (d) — strong. Trees save us from (e) — and many other natural calamities. 


67. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Independence)

Independence is the birth (a) — of a man. But no nation can (b) — it without struggle. Our war of Independence (c) — place in 1971. People of all walks of (d) — joined the war with a smiling face to (e) — the country. 


68. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Tea)

Tea is a (a) — drink. Almost everybody likes to (b) — tea. When we are tired, we drink tea. By drinking, we remove our (c) —. Bangladesh produces a lot of (d) —. Many other countries of the world also (e) — tea. Some other countries are trying to produce tea. 


69. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Speaking the truth)

It is very difficult to speak the (a) — always. He who speaks the truth is (b) — by all. Our holy Prophet (Sm) never told a (c) —. He always speaks the truth. He spoke the truth even at the time of great (d) —. He won the respect of the non believers by speaking the truth. So we should cultivate the (e) — of speaking the truth. 


70. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Farmers of our country)

Most of the farmers of our country are very poor. They do not know how to (a) — and write. They have no (b) — of their (c) —. They cultivate others (d) —. Though they work hard they cannot live well. They produce (e) — for all but they are much neglected. 


71. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Rivers in Bangladesh)

There are many rivers in Bangladesh. In the rainy (a) — all the rivers are (b) — to the brim. Then they look very beautiful. Sometimes they overflow their (c) —. During this reason many (d) — go under water. At that time people cannot move (e) —.  


72. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Our freedom fighters)

Our freedom fighters are the (a) — heroes of our country. We should (b) — them as they sacrificed their (c) — for the cause of mother land. It is a matter of great (d) — that most of them are (e) — and our young generation does not know about their valiant struggle.


73. Fill in the gaps with appropriate words: (Nutrition)

Many people do not get enough nutrition from what they eat. Many children become blind because they do not get (a) — nutrition. Diarrhea is a common (b) —. This is because many (c) — do not drink clean water or they (d) — dirty food. So, they often suffer (e) — diarrhea. The condition in our villages is very deplorable.