P@ul’s Coaching Home নামে আমার একটা কোচিং সেন্টার ছিল। কোচিংয়ের স্টুডেন্টদের লেকচার শিট দিয়ে পরাতাম। কিছু শিট এখনও আমার কাছে রয়ে গেছে। সেগুলি এক-এক করে আপনাদের সাথে শেয়ার করছি। কিছু ভুল থাকতে পারে। ক্লাসে পড়ানোর সময় শিটের ভুলগুলি শুধরে দিতাম। তবে এখন সময়ের অভাবে সেটা করতে পারলাম না। আপনারা পড়ার সময় একটু কষ্ট করে শুধরে নিয়ে পড়বেন।
আরেকটা কথা। এক্সারসাইজগুলির কোনও সল্যুশন শিট আমি কখনওই বানাইনি। ক্লাসে ইন্সট্যান্টলি সল্ভ করে দিতাম। তাই, আপনাদের কষ্ট করে নিজে সল্ভ করে-করে পড়তে হবে।
Correct the following sentences if necessary:
A) USING WRONG PREPOSITIONS
1. I was absorbed at / with the book. 2. He was accused of murder. Are you accusing me with cheating? He was charged of / for murder. 3. I am not accustomed for getting up so early. He was used to smoke. They used to visiting me regularly. 4. He is afraid in his job. Raghib was afraid from/with the dog. 5. He aimed on/against the bird. He shot at the man. 6. She was annoyed with the rain. He was indignant at the beggar. 7. Parents are anxious about their children’s success. She is anxious for her health. 8. I arrived at London on Friday. We arrived to the airport in time. 9. Jui is ashamed for her conduct. The girl felt shy to me. 10. Muslims believe at/to Allah. 11. She got a lot of benefit with this change. Who is likely to benefit for his death? 12. He boasts for his riches. She’s always boasting with her children. 13. You should be careful for your health. 14. We came through land/sea/air. They go to school by foot. I met him in the train/bus/boat. I sat with her on the car. We met each other by the plane. 15. They always complain for this kind of bad weather. They complained against us with the police. 16. They lodged a complaint about us to the police. 17. Water is composed with/from hydrogen and oxygen. The class is composed by 50 students. 18. I have every confidence of/about your ability. I am telling you this for confidence. I am confident about success. 19. You should conform with the rules. We must comply at your request. 20. We congratulate you in your success. I congratulated her about standing first in the exam. I congratulate you at your thesis. 21. His family consists from six members. The team is consisting of six members. The board is consisted of ten directors. 22. The mountains were covered by snow. 23. This medicine will cure you from your cough. There is no cure of this disease. 24. I cannot rely to your ability. 25. This law will deprive us from our basic rights. 26. The man died from cholera. Many people died from hunger during the famine. Many soldiers died for battle/poverty. Many passengers died of their wounds. He may die of overwork. They died at violence. They died in their country. The child died by neglect. He died from the scaffold. He died in the stake. 27. My pen is different with yours. The two sisters are quite different from each other. His dress was different to mine. There is no difference in the two boys. 28. He was deeply disappointed in losing the game. My parents will be disappointed at me if I fail the exam. I was disappointed with his work. We were disappointed in our hopes. 29. Divide the cake in four parts. He divided the apple into half. The money will be equally divided into the three people. 15 divided with 3 is 5. A low wall divides our garden with theirs. 30. I have no doubt in/for his honesty. I am doubtful at her ability to pass the exam. 31. The girl was dressed with black. She was at / within black. 32. This is an exception of the rule. I enjoy every subject with the exception to Chemistry. 33. Can I exchange my dollars by pounds? I exchanged seats for Raghib. He gave me an apple in exchange of two bananas. 34. He failed at the exam. He failed the exam last year. 35. The jug is full with water. She filled the jug of water. He was filled by dread. 36. One day we shall be able to rid the world from this terrible disease. 37. I was glad with the news. He is glad of his exam results. 38. He is very good in mathematics. I am bad in drawing. He is very clever of making things. She is quick in learning. The boy is very slow of learning. He is weak in grammar. 39. You should guard from bad habits. The dog guarded the house from intruders. Be in your guard against thieves. 40. The jury found him guilty for murder. I feel guilty of breaking your cup. 41. Bangladesh became independent from Pakistan in 1971. Bangladesh gained independence of Pakistan in 1971. 42. He is indifferent at politics. I was totally indifferent with the cold. He showed complete indifference at me. 43. He insisted to his innocence. He insisted to go abroad. He persisted on his foolish ideas. 44. He is not interested with/for his work. He takes a great interest at music. 45. He is very jealous with me. 46. We took leave from him. 47. Some birds feed / live from insects. 48. Look to this beautiful picture. He looks at his old parents. (= take care of) I am looking to a job. ( = trying to find) Please look in this script. ( = examine) I shall look in the matter.(= examine closely) He looks of me as his brother. ( = consider) 49. She was married with a doctor. Rina is engaged with Reza. 50. His house is opposite of/from ours. 51. He always plays with the Mohamedan. 52. Are you pleased for your car? I am pleased for his politeness. 53. He is very popular among his pupils. 54. I prefer coffee from/than tea. Death is preferable than dishonour. 55. Who will preside in the meeting? 56. He is very proud for his new car. He takes great pride at his son. 57. I am related with her by marriage. What is the relation in between you two? 58. He repented for his wickedness. She felt repentant about her sin. She has no repentance at her sin. 59. Are you satisfied for your result? He was content at what he had. I am delighted at my marks. She was displeased for the message. He was dissatisfied at that amount of money. They were disgusted at the noise. 60. This dress is similar with that. There is a lot of similarity in the two poems. His poetry has similarity with yours. 61. He sat on his desk to work. She sat down over the sofa/chair. He was sitting on an arm-chair. 62. He spends a lot of money for his clothes. They spend a lot of money in advertising. 63. He succeeded at his effort. After his death, his son will succeed in his property. She succeeded at the throne in 1952. 64. These mangoes are superior than/from those. This rice is inferior than that. He is senior from me by two years. I am junior than him by two years. 65. I am sure for his success. She was quite certain in it. 66. We were surprised for his reaction. I was amazed with her beauty. We were astonished with his calmness. 67. I suspect him for stealing my camera. I am suspicious with her intentions. 68. I took / held him with the hand. I caught him with the neck. I seized her with the arm. He grasped her with the waist. 69. The horse was tied with a tree. He was bound with the stake. 70. I am tired from walking. Runa is tired with boiled eggs. 71. Translate this passage to Bangla. Water turns to ice when it freezes. 72. He was trembling in/from cold. The thief was shaking in fear. The boys are shivering in cold. 73. She was warned with/about the danger. I warned him of his disobedience / fault. 74. He wrote the letter by a pen. She wrote the letter with ink. He is writing with chalk on the board. He is writing in a piece of chalk. The boy is writing by a pencil. The boy is writing with a pencil.
B) MISUSE OF THE INFINITIVE
75. Do your work without to speak. 76. He went away instead of to wait. 77. In spite of work hard, he failed the exam. 78. He is quite capable to do that. She is incapable to tell a lie. He is able of walking now. 79. She is very fond to talk. 80. She insisted for going there. 81. I have no objection to walk. 82. She prevented me to go there. 83. He succeeded to cross the river. 84. I often think to visit her. 85. He is tired to wait. 86. He got used to sultry weather. 87. You should avoid to make mistakes. I could not help ( = could not avoid) to laugh. I helped him to write the application. I helped him writing the application. 88. I enjoyed to read the book. 89. Please excuse me to be late. 90. Have you finished to eat? He began/started to walk. 91. He went on to read the play. She kept on to dance. 92. Would you mind to close the door? 93. You should practise to speak English. 94. I don’t remember to have posted the letter. I don’t remember to post the letter. 95. We can’t risk to leave her alone in the house. 96. He stopped smoking. The wind stopped to blow. She ceased playing the piano. She ceased to play the piano. 97. He was busy to read. This food is not worth to eat. 98. I have no difficulty to do it. 99. I had the pleasure to meet your parents. 100.It’s no use to cry. 101.It’s no good to get angry for nothing. 102.What’s the point to lock all the doors? 103.I am looking forward to hear from you. 104.There is no harm to go there.
C) WRONG USE OF VERB FORMS
105.Does he dare to go there? 106.Did he warned you? 107.He can fans himself. 108.It may to start raining tonight. 109.He needed go there. 110.You should do it yesterday. It might rain last night. 111.I must go there yesterday. 112.He liked you more than I like you. 113.He had ridded of the plight. 114.He tried to found the mosque. 115.I have visited him yesterday. 116.The roads are under water. It rained very hard. 117.The clock just struck. 118.This book is belonging to me. 119.I know him for a long time. I have been knowing him for a long time. I am here for two years. I have been being here for two years. 120.Ten years are passing since he died. Ten years passed since he died. 121.The baby sleeps. Don’t disturb him. He is leaving for England soon. He will leave for England soon. She is coming here next week. 122.He is always watching television. I am taking a walk every morning. 123.He uses to walk in the morning. 124.The train left before I reached the station. I reached the station after the train left. 125.He had finished the work yesterday. 126.I shall see you when I shall come back. He will take a bath before he will take his lunch. She will talk with you after she will finish her dinner. 127.If it will rain tomorrow, I shall not go to college. If she will invites me, I can/may/must attend the party. I shall be grateful if you will lend me some money. 128.If he would ask me, I would stay. If I would be able, I could help him. 129.If she would invite me, I would have gone there. If you took this medicine, you could have died. 130.He talks as if he knows everything. She spends as if she is very rich. 131.I would wish to be a bird. 132.I would rather you (should) do it. I would rather you came here tomorrow. 133.I requested him to come but he does not.
A) WRONG USE OF MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
134.Death lays its icy hands on all. 135.That room’s windows are open. It is a day’s work only. We took a night’s rest. We enjoyed a week’s holiday. Dhaka’s population is very big. That was the court’s decision. All the boat’s crew were drowned. 136.This is a girl’s school. We enjoyed two week’s holiday. 137.Its him / me. 138.He is taller than me. 139.It is a secret between you and I. I am senior to he. 140.There is no use in me learning it. There is no reason for you going there. 141.He is a friend of me. A friend of you told me the news. 142.Raghib and myself were present there. You yourself have done it. She hurt herself. 143.We protected ourself. 144.Mitul played a good play. Zinnia danced a good dance. 145.I killed the rat who disturbed me. 146.I know all he said. I know all which he said. Everything he is saying is false. You can take anything what you like. 147.I saw the man whom you said came here yesterday. Who do you want? This is the boy whom you asked to come. 148.She is the best singer whom I have ever seen. This is the best book which he has ever written. 149.He is such a man that can be trusted. He wears the same dress that I wear. 150.One should do his/her duty. 151.Who of the two girls is the taller? What is your telephone number? 152.He can not do this work. 153.Please give me one other book. 154.All the members of the family love each other/one another. 155.Of the two books this one is the best. Raghib is the tallest of the two boys. 156.Dhaka is the larger city in Bangladesh. 157.He works harder from me. 158.He is junior than me at two years. 159.His pen is better than me. The mangoes of Rajshahi are better than Pabna. 160.My pen is not more good than that of yours. 161.He went to home yesterday. I went to abroad several times. We live upstairs/downstairs. He drove uptown/downtown. He came my home. 162.English is not easy to be learnt. This sum is difficult to be done. The problem is hard to be solved. 163.She was disappeared from the house. An accident was happened there. The tragedy was occurred only minutes after take-off. 164.It is better to die than tolerating such insults. 165.Will you mind if I sit here? Would you mind if I sit here? Would/Will you mind of my sitting here? 166.Being in haste, the door was left open. 167.Every mother loves her child, doesn’t she? 168.He went there for learning English. He was punished for telling a lie. 169.Who did go there? 170.He is not afraid of nobody. He was not found nowhere. 171.I visited the place only one time or two times. At one time they were very close friends. Once they were very good friends. 172.I met her a day in June. He saw me an afternoon in July. 173.I saw him the other day. I shall go there some day/one day. I shall go there the other day. 174.He came here at seven and a half. I took half past two hours to do the work. 175.Hopefully he passed the exam. 176.As usually, he arrived late. 177.At the end they found the dead body. The hero and the heroine were united in marriage in the end of the film and at the end they were happy. 178.They are playing football under the rain. The man is sitting under the shade. I am the last person under the sun to accept this proposal. 179.The reason is because he is ill today. 180.We spent our holiday in a country. 181.I could not decide if to go there. It is your decision if you go or stay. I asked him if he was coming or not. I asked him whether or not he was coming. It depends on if he is ready or not. He asked me if/whether she was coming. 182.Any of these two books is good. Either of these three pens will do. Neither of the two books is good. None of these three books is good. 183.The film appeals to me very much. 184.I will take neither tea or coffee. 185.Both of them did not survive the accident. 186.Raghib has not done the work too/also. 187.He did not speak loudly and clearly. She did not respond to my letter and I did not feel good at all. 188.I had reached the school till the rain started. I had reached the school when the rain started.
B) UNIDIOMATIC ENGLISH
189.The students are giving their examination. Our teacher will take our exam tomorrow. 190.I have much work today. 191.We made/gave a walk along the river bank. We went for a walk along the river bank. 192.He climbed the bus. She came down from the bus. Wasif alighted from / got out of / got down from / got off the Ferari. 193.We went there on our / with the feet. 194.I do/make a bath every morning. She is giving a bath to her baby. 195.She did/made me several questions. She did me a request. 196.He made an interesting lecture. He gave/delivered/made an interesting speech. 197.Muslims read prayers five times a day. 198.He saw a dream last night. 199.He drinks/eats about twenty cigarettes a day. 200.He has done a lot of spelling mistakes in the essay. 201.You should always say the truth. Don’t say/speak a lie. 202.Please leave/shut the light. Please blow/put out the lamp/ candle. Please light the lamp/candle. Open your hat and gloves. 203.He does not know how to see the watch. 204.I have righted my watch with the radio. 205.My watch is slow/fast every day. 206.I am going to cut my hair. I am going for a haircut. 207.He wears glass for reading. Where is my glass? I need a new glass. I need a new pair of glasses. 208.His weight has increased. She has decreased/took off her weight. 209.He phoned me today morning. He is coming this night. 210.What is the matter with you today? What’s the trouble with you? 211.Where is your home? 212.How do you call this in English? How do you say this in English? 213.He will do marriage next week. 214.He gave her daughter marriage. 215.He took his birth in 1960. She bore/has borne three children. 216.He took admission in English. He admitted himself in English. He enrolled in English. 217.I have got a news for you. 218.He is walking very slowly slowly. 219.She learnt the poem by mouth. 220.The film will be played shortly. 221.I have done bad in the exam. He has done well in the exam. 222.I cannot go without a watch. 223.They are loving/knowing each other. I am not believing you. I am not liking/hating her. I am not understanding/disliking you.
A) OMISSION OF PREPOSITIONS
224.She asked me a drink. She asked me a question. 225.The murderer couldn’t dispose the body. He disposed his books on the table. 226.What did you dream? Young people dream glory and riches. Do you often dream at night? 227.She explained me the matter. 228.Who is knocking the door? Don’t knock the glass; it’s fragile. 229.I was listening his song. She never listens my advice. I heard a funny noise. I warned him not to do it but he wouldn’t listen. 230.How much did you pay the book? Have you paid the electricity bill? How much subscription did you pay? 231.He pointed the map on the wall. You shouldn’t point a gun if you don’t mean to fire it. 232.She presented me a pen. 233.The government supplies schools free books. The government supplies free books to schools. He provided me a lot of information. 234.We informed the police the matter. We informed the matter to the police. I was not informed. 235.Please remind me the book. I must leave at 4 o’clock —please remind me. 236.He said me, “Are you ill?” 237.I shall speak him about it. I shall speak with him. 238.Manir is searching the ball. The policeman searched his house. 239.I share him a room. Children should be taught to share toys. 240.Have you thought the matter? I think he won’t come. 241.I shall await you there. I am awaiting your reply. 242.She writes me every week. He writes two letters every day. She writes me two letters a week. He writes two letters to me every week.
B) MISCELLANEOUS EXAMPLES OF INCORRECT OMISSIONS
243.He usually went to school. 244.When does the train starts? 245.He did work hard last year. 246.He has written a lot of book. 247.A man’s dress is different from a woman. My pen is better than your. 248.I have no money to buy car. 249.He bought a soap. She gave me an advice. 250.He drank half glass of milk. I waited half hour for you. 251.I spent two hours and half there. I spent two and a half hours there. She bought a kilo and half of rice. 252.Hundred years make a century. Please lend me two thousands taka. I have been there hundreds of times. Thousand of people gathered there. 253.Don’t make noise. The engine is making funny noises, (plural) There’s so much noise in this restaurant, (uncountable) He made a mistake. We made an attempt to enter the room. They have made an experiment. He made a fortune. 254.Japanese are very diligent. 255.I play violin, but not piano. Do you know how to play guitar? 256.Let’s go to cinema tonight. There is a cinema in this town. 257.Titanic sank with all his crew. 258.Belal watching television now. 259.Shakespeare born in 1564. 260.You understand what I say? 261.He dares not go out at night. 262.Do they this? 263.He was born on 9th of February. He will be a great philosopher someday. You can see me any day. Please give me a ring today afternoon. 264.They have no house to live. There is no chair to sit. I have no money to spend. 265.Once lived a great king. 266.He does not know to swim. 267.There is no mother but loves her child. 268.Homer was greater than all the Greek poets. 269.He is stronger than anybody. This food is better than anything. 270.This is the only that I like. These are the only that I like. 271.He allowed me go. He let me to go. 272.I want you tell me the truth. I don’t like her to help me. 273.Now is very hot here. 274.When he saw the teacher, stood up. 275.I asked her for some sugar, but she did not have. 276.I asked her for sugar, and she gave me. 277.He always enjoys on holiday. He always enjoys his holiday. He enjoys to goto the cinema. 278.Only the brave deserves the fair. 279.It’s quarter past ten. 280.He gave me eight hundred twenty taka. 281.My father is fifty years. My father is fifty years of age. My father is fifty. This building is fifty years old. 282.For this I want to leave now. 283.You had better to go home now. 284.I would rather you went tomorrow. I want you to go tomorrow. 285.To these, he did not give any reply. 286.”Where is he?” He is up.” 287.”Where is he?” “He is down.” He is down. 288.Throw the torn clothes. 289.You can take the matter seriously. But I don’t think. 290.He came here before yesterday. I shall visit you after tomorrow. She will come here after next week. 291.”I love cricket.” “I also.” “He went there.” “I went also.” 292.”I don’t like cricket.” “Neither I.” 293.Thank you. (When you refuse an offer) 294.I availed the opportunity to improve my English. It avails nothing to cry.
A) UNNECESSARY PREPOSITIONS
295. Answer any five of the following questions. Your answer to this question is wrong. You must reply/respond to my questions. 296.We approached near the camp. He is approaching to 80. 297.He asked to the teacher about it. He enquired where I lived. 298.They attacked against the enemy. They suddenly made an attack on us. The police are launching an attack on drug dealers. 299. I am awaiting for their reply. 300.The dog balanced with a ball on its nose. We tried to strike a balance between justice and mercy. 301.This book comprises of five chapters. The United Kingdom consists of/comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 302.He came to the meeting despite of his illness. 303.We entered into the building. He entered into a debate/conversation with us, 304.She filled in the jug with water. Please fill in this application form. 305.I have finished with reading the book. 306.I could not grasp at the point. He grasped at every opportunity that came to him. 307.He left from Bangladesh last week. He departed from Bangladesh last week. 308.He mounted on his horse. The soldiers were mounted on fine black horses. 309.They named their son with Raghib. 310.You should obey to your parents. His obedience to his parents is great. He is very obedient to his parents. 311.I permitted to him to go there. I allowed him to go there. 312.The police questioned to us about the murder. To question someone is to ask them many questions. 313.We reached at the station in time. The news reached to me yesterday. The plane arrived in Dhaka. 314.The girl resembles to/with her mother. She has no resemblance to her mother. There is no resemblance between the two sisters. The girl takes after her mother. 315.I told to her to see me. 316.He hid behind of a large tree. The sun came out from behind the clouds. 317.She was inside/outside of the house. She went inside of the room. I was standing outside of the door.
B) UNNECESSARY ARTICLES
318.He reads in the Rajshahi University. I went to see Alps/Red Sea last year. 319.The Shakespeare’s tragedies are world famous. The tragedies of Shakespeare are world-famous. 320.The honesty is the best policy. The honesty/bravery of these people is praise-worthy. 321.The gold of this ring is pure. 322.The lions are wild animals. 323.He speaks the English very fluently. He speaks the English language very fluently. 324.We shall start after the breakfast. I shall take a rest after the lunch/dinner/supper. The lunch we had today was very delicious. 325.I prefer the cricket/hockey to the football. 326.The cholera is a dreadful disease. I have a headache. He is suffering from a cold/fever. He is suffering from a diabetes. 327.The green is a lovely colour. I am fond of the white. It is a green leaf. 328.The Friday is the last day of the week. The January is the first month of the year. I shall go there in (the) spring. He visited me the Sunday before last. The December of 1985 is memorable in my life. 329.We should do something for the good of the humankind. The man must change in a changing world. 330.My son goes to the school. I left the school in the year 2000. He goes to the mosque on Friday. Stealing some flowers, the beggar left school. He went to the sea as the captain of the Titanic. 331.The smell is one of the five senses. 332.The nature wears a beautiful look in spring. The poet admires the beauties of the nature. It is in the nature of a dog to be faithful. 333.A terrorist like him is a danger to the society. He shunned the society of others. You should shun such a society. 334.You must be careful in the future. You should save some money for the future. 335.The boy whose a/the book is missing is crying. 336.He has found a work at the bank. We had a fun on the boat. She enjoys a good health. We had a lot of fun on the boat. It is an excellent work of art. 337.He used to helping me every now and then. 338.Please let me to go out. 339.The teacher made Salam to stand up on the bench. Don’t make me to laugh. She was made to wait for hours. The earthquake caused the building to collapse. 340.I heard her sing a song. I heard her singing a song. I heard her to sing a song. I felt his heart beat. I saw him cross the road. I watched them play cricket. He was seen to leave the house. She was heard to speak in English.
C) MISCELLANEOUS UNNECESSARY WORDS
341.I went to market and I bought fruit. 342.The man who came here yesterday he is known to me. 343.The man having finished his work he received his pay. 344.The pen which I lost it was very costly. 345.The doctor as I know him very well. 346.I bought a novel to read it. 347.He said that, “I will take the next B.C.S. Examination.” 348.Babul is much stronger than Belal. 349.He is the most happiest man in the world. 350.She does not never tell a lie. 351.My work is more perfect/unique than his. My work is superior to his. This is the most impossible/worthless task in the world. 352.She has returned back home. 353.She has got blue eyes. He has got his reward at last. 354.Our exam will begin from the next month. The exam will begin at 10 o’clock/on Sunday. 355.I consider it as a great honour. He considers me as his best friend. He regards me as his best friend. 356.He comes here for to learn English. 357.From where did you find this pen? From where do they come? (Formal) Where do they come from? (informal) 358.I, we, you and he and so on are prepositions. 359.He is such a nice man, as that everybody likes him. 360.Though he is rich, yet he is unhappy. Although it is raining, still I must go now.
A) MISPLACED WORDS
361.We last night went to the cinema. I two months ago went home. They last week came here. Will you tomorrow phone me? Yesterday I was very busy. Today I cannot meet you. 362.He came here in the morning at 8 o’clock. Raghib was born in the year 1999 on 9 February. 363.He speaks the truth always. It rains here hardly/scarcely. He is often very late. They are always very busy. 364.Our boys will be tomorrow here. I went last week to Dhaka. 365.Birds fly in the sky freely. They were shouting in the classroom very loudly. 366.He prepared well his lesson. She wrote yesterday her assignment. 367.I only saw him and nobody else. I only saw him once after that. 368.Her parents are both doctors. I like both of paintings. Both of them can speak English. I like both of you to come. 369.Is the room enough large for you? We have enough food for five people. We have food enough for five people. 370.You should have not done the work. 371.Does not he come here regularly? Doesn’t he come here regularly? Did not the people of this area get any relief goods? 372.I asked her to not come here. 373.Last week visited me a fiend of mine. 374.Who went there? Who wanted a mango? 375.Never I have met with such great kindness. Rarely I have seen such a lovely sunset. Seldom I have heard such a strange story. No sooner I had reached home than it began to rain. Not only you can go there but you can also stay there. 376.Raghib saw only the tiger. Raghib saw the tiger only. Only in Bangladesh can you see such a scene. 377.All people are not honest. Everybody does not like dancing. 378.He asked me what was my name? 379.I showed her my photographs. I showed to her my photographs. I bought for my son an umbrella. I bought my son an umbrella. 380.The fan is moving very fast; please turn down it. He turned down the fan. He turned the fan down. 381.My uncle has a house very big. 382.This fish is alive. This is an alive fish. He is an afraid man. 383.The boy has a horse who came here yesterday. 384.I was while walking, I saw a snake. Hardworking though he was, he could not make enough money to buy a car. 385.He neither speaks English nor French. She is not only beautiful but also she is intelligent. 386.I have read the two first chapters of the book. He read the three last chapters. 387.You will find it in 2 chapter of the book. You will find it in the second chapter of the book. 388.I never met a such good man before. I never saw a so beautiful girl before. 389.She bought a half kilo of sugar. The half boys have already turned up. I waited a half hour there. 390.He’d have do the work. 391.Only I and my friend were present there. I and my friend broke the window. 392. His remarks infer that he is unhappy in his married life. I implied from his remarks that he was unhappy. 393. A number of students was absent from class today. 394. A chair has four feet. 395. A general leads an army. 396. A landlord rents out a house. 397. A nice cold breeze is blowing. 398. A week has past since I saw her. 399. After we went there. 400. Akib and Adib are the same age but Akib is older than Adib. 401. All that glitters are not gold. 402. All the newses are false. 403. All the pieces of furniture here are expensive. 404. America is further than England. 405. As his listening skill is poor, he could not do well in the oral test. 406. Badal was born at/on February. 407. Be careful not to loose your money. 408. Billiards are difficult games. 409. Both my parents are wages earners. 410. Bread and butter are my usual foods for breakfast. 411. Britain’s entrance into the win was not desirable. 412. Can you find the middle of the table? 413. Can you lend me a pair of dollars? 414. Children should not take any food from foreigners. 415. Clean the windows with a damp cloth. 416. Could you give me some informations about flights to Delhi? 417. Could you keep my room in the queue? 418. Do you have some questions? 419. Don’t interfere with my affairs. 420. Don’t think of the passed. 421. Draughts are played by two players. 422. Each of the four students of my tutorial group is/are writing an essay on a different subject. 423. Each student of the class took part in the picnic. 424. Either he or his parents was responsible for this. 425. Every piece of furniture in his house is very expensive. 426. Everybody were present there. 427. Everyone likes a notorious actor like him. 428. Fifty miles are a long distance. 429. Football is a popular play. 430. Go into my reading room, get a book and bring it to me. 431. Hard work brought him vast rich. 432. Have you weight yourself lately? 433. Haven’t you seen me ago? 434. He wrote his name on the board with a chalk. 435. He has a miserly attitude towards money. 436. He is wearing a pair of pants/trousers. 437. He was a genius. 438. He had a large amount of apples in his shop. 439. He loves money and hates spending it; he is miser. 440. He wrote his name on the board with a piece of chalk. 441. He always speaks the true. 442. He ate one and a half banana. 443. He ate very much and became ill. 444. He behaves cowardly. 445. He bought a new glass. 446. He came here before two days. 447. He came late due to an accident. 448. He does not have much friends. 449. He earns a good wage. 450. He eats breads and butters for breakfast. 451. He found one ring in the room. 452. He gave me a lot of news. 453. He gave me fewer than one hundred taka. 454. He gave me several advice. 455. He gave me some good advices. 456. He gave me two pieces of advice. 457. He has been sick for about a month. 458. He has a lot of friends. 459. He has a lot of money. 460. He has delicate female hands. 461. He has no appetite for success. 462. He has twenty head of cattle on his farm. 463. He has written a book about his journeys. 464. He has written a nice piece of poetry. 465. He has written a nice poem. 466. He has written a nice poetry. 467. He is a beautiful young man. 468. He is a famous thief. 469. He is a spoiled child of his parents. 470. He is an electric engineer. 471. He is an ill man. 472. He is likely to shout when he gets angry. 473. He is likely to shout when he gets angry. 474. He is much stronger than you. 475. He is not fearful of anybody. 476. He is not so rich. 477. He is not very rich as you are. 478. He is senior/junior than you. 479. He is six feet high. 480. He is such weak that he cannot walk. 481. He is two years smaller than you. 482. He is very miserly. 483. He is very weak to walk. 484. He is wearing a pant/trouser. 485. He lay down on the grasses. 486. He led the tourists round the museum. 487. He made a good shoot at the goal. 488. He made a sexy remark about women teachers. 489. He picked a leaf of grass. 490. He raises very early in the morning. 491. He ran his toes through his hair. 492. He shot the ball into the goalposts. 493. He spent a large number of money. 494. He started/began dancing. 495. He started/began to dance in joy. 496. He suffered from the illusion that he was a king. 497. He talked with us friendly. 498. He told me a secret. 499. He told me an interesting history. 500. He visited me shortly after his return from London. 501. He was absolutely fool. 502. He was badly wounded in a car accident. 503. He was seriously hurt/injured in a motor accident. 504. He was seriously hurt/injured in a motor accident. 505. He was standing in the centre of the street. 506. He was very sorry to hear the news. 507. He will be back recently. 508. He will come back at present. 509. Her homework is full of errors/mistakes. 510. Her hairs are very long. 511. His body is covered with sores. 512. His delay was owing to the rain. 513. His grandfather is died. 514. His weigh is sixty kilos. 515. How long since have you been here? 516. How many clothes do I need to make a shirt? 517. How many metres/yards of cloth do I need to make a shirt? 518. How much clothes do I need lo make a shirt? 519. How much does this watch cost? 520. How much is a yard of this cloth/material? 521. How much material do I need to make a pair of trousers? 522. I am looking forward to meeting her. 523. I cannot endure this cool weather. 524. I dropped the cup on the ground of my room. 525. I am afraid/frightened of snakes. 526. I am interesting in music. 527. I am tired of her continuous complaints. 528. I am very sad to interrupt you. 529. I ate a little food and felt very bad. 530. I ate little food and felt better. 531. I bought a couple of shoes. 532. I bought two soaps from that shop. 533. I can’t walk in this hot. 534. I caught five big fishes yesterday. 535. I conceived a subtle change in her manner. 536. I did good in the exam. 537. I do not have some questions. 538. I don’t have many money. 539. I enjoyed the scenery of children playing in the park. 540. I feel too weak today. 541. I found a hair/two hairs in the soup. 542. I had a sensual feeling of soft velvet on the skin. 543. I have a great fear of fire. 544. I have any question to ask you. 545. I have done bad in the exam. 546. I have done it by error. 547. I have done it by mistake. 548. I have done it in error. 549. I have friendly relations with them. 550. I have got a headache. 551. I have many works to do today. 552. I have never seen so large a cat before. 553. I have not been feeling very well late. 554. I have plentiful of work to do. 555. I have read the works of Milton. 556. I have shortly started learning French. 557. I heard a voice of laughter. 558. I helped the afraid boy. 559. I hurt a finger of my right foot. 560. I hurt a toe of my right leg. 561. I know the worth of his friendship. 562. I left my moneybag at house. 563. I like the film too much. 564. I met an interesting gentleman on the train. 565. I mixed with the crowd. 566. I prefer fishes to meats. 567. I refused all his arguments in the debate. 568. I remember locking the door. 569. I said that he was a foolish. 570. I saw ten deer in the zoo. 571. I shall collect farther information. 572. I stepped on a thorn and hurt my leg. 573. I studied the story of Bangladesh. 574. I sweep my teeth twice a day. 575. I treat all of them alike. 576. I visited their iron works. 577. I wanted an egg, not two. 578. I was lonely in the house. 579. I went there some times. 580. I will give you an aural test to test your speaking skill. 581. I wish I were as thin as you. 582. I’ll have a chance/opportunity to visit the zoo. 583. In Raghib’s opinion/view, Mr. Alam is a very good teacher. 584. Is your grandfather still live? 585. It hardly rains here, doesn’t it? 586. It is a died cat. 587. It is a much interesting book. 588. It is difficult to walk on such a rocky beach. 589. It is raining hardly. 590. It is raining very light. 591. It was a mistake of judgment. 592. It was a terrible party; we enjoyed it very much. 593. It was a terrific accident. 594. It was an action of cruelty. 595. Its a big house. 596. It’s a great building. 597. It’s a logical/reasonable thing to do. 598. It’s a logical/reasonable thing to do. 599. It’s a lovely hot room. 600. Jute grows in plenty in Bangladesh. 601. Keep your hands clear. 602. Ladies and men, good morning. 603. Last night I came home lately. 604. Let’s have a play of cards. 605. Many people were taking a sun-bath on the shore. 606. Many peoples were engaged in war at that time. 607. Many soldiers were injured in that battle. 608. Mathematics are not easy to learn. 609. Mathematics requires reasonable thinking. 610. Mathematics requires reasonable thinking. 611. Measles are infectious. 612. Molasses are cheaper than sugar. 613. My pen is different than yours. 614. My uncle is presently in London. 615. My exam was good. 616. My house is ensured against fire. 617. My older brother is a doctor. 618. My throat is aching. 619. My throat is soring. 620. My travel to Dhaka was pleasant. 621. Neither my friends nor I were interested in that film. 622. Nobody was absent; all was present. 623. Nothing is left; all are lost. 624. Oil and water do not mingle. 625. One and a half hours was spending in doing that work. 626. One of his teeth is lose. 627. One of the girls were absent from the class. 628. Only the brave deserves the fair. 629. People are physically stronger than women. 630. Please heat some milk for the tea. 631. Please insure that the lights are switched off. 632. Please shut the television. 633. Please turn off the door. 634. Politics has/have never interested me. 635. Put on your school cloth. 636. Raghib as well as his brothers are very bright. 637. Ratan arrived fast; then others. 638. Read the latest chapter of the book. 639. Reckless driving was the reason of the accident. 640. Rich has wings. 641. Several sheep were grazing in the field. 642. Shakespeare was a large dramatist. 643. She had several leaves of grass in her hand. 644. She enjoys her busy sociable life. 645. She had a cut on every foot. 646. She has a charming sound. 647. She has a masculine voice. 648. She has an excellent figure. 649. She is alike her mother. 650. She is very social in her attitude. 651. She made a large amount of mistakes. 652. She perceived a bold plan of escape. 653. She refuted my invitation. 654. She was a gracious dancer. 655. She was a gracious dancer. 656. She was badly injured by my unkind words. 657. She was badly injured by my unkind words. 658. She wears beautiful cloth. 659. Smoking is a bad custom. 660. Some posts are lying vacate. 661. Students were asked to vacant their halls. 662. Sugar tastes sweetly. 663. Sujan is a real talent. 664. The Chinese have some strange habits. 665. The airline has bought five new aircrafts. 666. The chairman was graceful enough to give us a dinner. 667. The chairman was graceful enough to give us a dinner. 668. The noise interferes in my studies. 669. The two brothers are very much like. 670. The audience was/were quiet. 671. The baby can hardly walk, doesn’t he? 672. The baby is learning to walk by and by. 673. The bad smell made me ill. 674. The boy has a strong figure. 675. The brain needs a continual supply of blood. 676. The building is 60 feet tall. 677. The bus is liable to be late today. 678. The bus is liable to be late today. 679. The bus went past. 680. The car won’t begin. 681. The cat is playing with an alive rat. 682. The catties are in the shed. 683. The characters on my typewriter are very small. 684. The children are at game. 685. The clothes on the washing line flapped in the air. 686. The cook has spoiled/spoilt the soup by putting too much salt in it. 687. The country’s economical condition is not very good. 688. The court ordered him to pay her damages of ten thousand taka. 689. The crowd is/are leaving the place. 690. The decoration is very tasty. 691. The dog saw his shade in the water. 692. The downstairs of this house is very cool. 693. The English is famous for liking tea. 694. The fire caused many damages. 695. The fish was very tasteful. 696. The flight from England to Australia used to take several months. 697. The folk of this area are very lazy. 698. The fresh morning wind is good for health. 699. The girl looks very handsome. 700. The girl looks very sensuous. 701. The girl sang very sweet. 702. The handle is too warm to touch. 703. The hen has lied an egg. 704. The hero made an impressive entry onto the stage. 705. The house has lost it’s glory. 706. The jackfruit fell down from the tree on the floor. 707. The Japanese love flowers. 708. The jury has/have given a verdict of guilty. 709. The jury was divided in their opinions. 710. The law and order condition in the country are deteriorating day by day. 711. The lawyer has a lot of customers. 712. The legs of a table and the foot of a hill do not imply the same meaning. 713. The man is very narrow. 714. The men should wear formal evening dress to attend the dinner. 715. The milk has gone badly. 716. The news are very sad. 717. The number of schools in this area are increasing day by day. 718. The only remainder question now is what to do with the money. 719. The past week was very cold. 720. The patient does not able to talk. 721. The patient is disabling to talk. 722. The police had to take firm act to deal with the murder. 723. The police has caught the murderer. 724. The price of living now is very high. 725. The price of rice is arising. 726. The quickest means of travel are by plane. 727. The remaining of the food will do for tomorrow. 728. The rich is helping the flood-affected people. 729. The road is thin. 730. The roads of Bogra are very narrow. 731. The scene of that place was very beautiful. 732. The school helps to build characters. 733. The sky is clean. 734. The staff has/have attended the meeting. 735. The street is full of customers. 736. The streets were full of men. 737. The sun appears to go round the earth, but this is a delusion. 738. The sun rises in the east. 739. The tea is much too heat. 740. The tree makes a nice shadow. 741. The upstairs of this house are all new. 742. The woman is brushing the path. 743. There are many furniture’s in his room. 744. There are twenty characters in the play. 745. There is a good cause for his anger. 746. There is a lot of fish in this pond. 747. There is a plenty supply of oranges this year. 748. There is an alone tree in the garden. 749. There were thunders and lightings last night. 750. There’s an opportunity that I’ll see her. 751. There’s place for four people on the back seat. 752. These fruits are eatable but those are poisonous. 753. These fruits are eatable but those are poisonous. 754. These kind of watches are very expensive. 755. These trousers are wet; where are other? 756. They sell different kinds of cloths. 757. They are a nice pair. 758. They are going to stage a theatre. 759. They are trying to rouse the women people. 760. They are using new machineries. 761. They each has their own room. 762. They have several offspring. 763. This is a six-storey home. 764. This book had a great local interest but it is not interesting now. 765. This book has a great topical interest but it is not popular everywhere. 766. This book is worth of admiration. 767. This book will enable you to write correct English. 768. This building is elder than that one. 769. This friend of mine is a stranger. 770. This grocer has a lot of clients. 771. This is a sexist picture. 772. This is a sexual/sexy film. 773. This is a very interested book. 774. This is a very kind act/action. 775. This is an electrical generator/light. 776. This meat is too hard; it is not edible. 777. This meat is too hard; it is not edible. 778. This pair of trousers is old. 779. This pairs of shoes are new. 780. This pen worths fifty taka. 781. This picture is much admired. 782. This picture is very beautiful. 783. This player can shot very well. 784. This shirt is too great for me. 785. This shopkeeper has a lot of shoppers. 786. This street leads to Rangpur. 787. This train runs first. 788. Those people is very brave. 789. Though the test was easy, a few boys passed it. 790. Though the test was tough, few boys passed it. 791. Too much chocolate will spoil your desire for dinner. 792. Travel broadens our outlook. 793. Try to be economic in your spending. 794. Watches of this kind/sort are very expensive. 795. We are studying the economic condition/situation in the country. 796. We enjoyed the lightly wind. 797. We grow flowers in our garden. 798. We only employ feminine workers. 799. We reached there afterward sunset. 800. We reached there afterwards the sun had set. 801. We shall build a play here. 802. We walked past the library. 803. What you are saying is absolutely truth. 804. What brand of computer is it? 805. What is the cost of this watch? 806. What is the last news of the war? 807. What make of toothpaste do you use? 808. Where are my others shirts? 809. Where is my glass/spectacle? 810. Where is my pair of glasses? 811. Which is the elder of the two sisters? 812. Will you give me some money? 813. You are a coward man. 814. You have less books than I have. 815. You look very sexual in those jeans. 816. You please guide and we shall follow you. 817. You should give up your erotic habits. 818. You should stop smoking. 819. You will forget him gradually. 820. Zinnia is elder than Raghib.