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Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and context.        


Man is a social and rational being. He (a)         (have) freedom of choice, thought and expression. But everybody should (b)         (consider) that he is not the only person in a society. There (c)         (be) many persons in society and they (d)         (have) the same right that one (e)         (expect) from one’s society. So, to (f)         (form) a peaceful society one should be watchful to see that other’s rights are not violated. Every citizen must (g)         (cultivate) the habit of obeying the rules and regulations of society. Selfishness (h)         (not help) society. Rather it (i)         (destroy) the peace and happiness of others. So, we all (j)         (think) of the greater interest of society. By (k)         (work) selflessly for the people and society, we (l)         (make) the world a peaceful habitation. This (m)         (expect) from a true human being who (n)         (render) selfless service for the welfare of people. 

Answer: a. should have/has; b. consider; c. are; d. have; e. expects; f. form; 

g. cultivate; h. does not help; i. destroys; j. should think; k. working; l. can make; m. is expected; n. renders/will render.


Cricket is a popular game. Both the young and the old (a)         (get) pleasure from this game. In fact, cricket (b)         (call) the gentlemen’s game. It (c)         (entertain) us with politeness and discipline. A sense of brotherhood and fraternity (d)         (create) among the playing nations through it. At present, cricket is the most popular game in Bangladesh. The English (e)         (play) it here in this subcontinent and since then it (f)         (become) an integral part of our entertainment. Our team (g)         (consist) of skilled players. They already (h)         (show) their performance in several matches. But it is a matter of sorrow that sometimes our players (i)         (play) so poorly that our countrymen (j)         (become) astonished. A proverb (k)        (go) that practice (l)         (make) a man perfect. Our cricketers (m)         (practise) vigorously so that they (n)         (do) better performance in future. 

Answer: a. get; b. is called; c. entertains; d. is created; e. played/used to play; f. has become/became; g. consists; h. have already shown; i. play; j. become; k. goes; l. makes; m. must/have to/should practise; n. can do. 


(appear) most often and most gloriously in the pages of history (b)         (be) great conquerors and generals. Whereas, the people who really (c)         (help) civilization forward are often never (d)         (mention) at all. We do not know who first (e)         (set) a broken leg or (f)         (launch) a sea worthy boat or (g)         (calculate) the length of a year. The great men are those who (h)         (work) ceaselessly to quicken the pace of civilization. On the contrary, the condemned men are those who (i)         (cause) bloodshed and violence in the world. All of us (j)         (adore) the great men of the world. We are highly (k)         (indebt) to those great men who (l)         (contribute) a lot for (m)         (flourish) the civilization. If we want to be great, we (n)         (follow) their footstep.

Answer: a. appear; b. are; c. help; d. mentioned; e. set; f. launched; g. calculated; h. work; i. cause; j. should adore/ought to adore; k. indebted; l. have contributed/contributed; m. flourishing; n. have to/must follow /should follow.

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