80+ Capitalization and Punctuation Exercise For JSC Questions with Solutions

Capitalization and Punctuation Exercise For JSC Questions

1.     Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.

        yesterday we all went to visit one of our uncles’ house at shafipur we spent the day eating delicious food and roaming around it took us about five hours to come back due to heavy traffic.

2.     Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation:

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

3.     Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

4.     Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

5.     Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation:

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

6.     Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

7.     Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

8.     Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

9.     Re-write the following passage using capitalization and punctuation :

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

10.  Fill in the gaps in the following text adding suffix, prefix or both with the root words in the brackets. (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        Many people believe in the (a) ¾¾ (exist) of ghosts. They believe that a ghost may be (b) ¾¾ (danger). It is an (c) ¾¾ (visible) being. It can (d) ¾¾ (danger) your life. But in reality there is nothing to be so. It is simply an (e) ¾¾ (imagine). They are only (f) ¾¾ (imagine) creations. Those who do not believe that there are ghosts in (g) ¾¾ (real) call the believers (h) ¾¾ (superstition).

11.  Rewrite the following passage by using capitalization and punctuation. (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        one day aladin was playing in the street all on a sudden a stranger came he said to aladin my boy are you the son of mustafa the tailor

12.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

        a hawker said to me do you want any newspaper i have all types of newspaper i said i want an english newspaper

13.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

        today is friday the students of class eight will go to the book fair their class teacher ms fatema begum will go with them the bus is waiting at the school gate the students are getting on the bus parents are waiting to see them off it is a fine day

14.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        what is the time by your watch he said its half past nine i replied i want to go to college he said

15.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        why are you putting up the food in your pocket sir why don’t you eat asked the nobleman i am doing the right thing my dress deserves these rich dishes replied sheikh saadi

16.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        why do we need physical exercise teacher asks ranjan well says mr larma the benefits of physical exercise are many

17.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

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

18.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka)   

        once i asked a sweet little girl what is your mothers name she replied cleverly i know my mothers name but wont tell you

19.  Rewrite the following passage by using capitalization and punctuation. (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)  

        death is inevitable yet everybody forgets it for the necessity of life again someone becomes immortal by welcoming death with smiling face someone dies many times before death

20.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Dhaka Residential Model College, Dhaka)        

        india pakistan and sri lanka have made much progress in the field of science and technology but we are lagging behind in this race still we depend on foreign aid

21.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        in general i enjoy my English class however the amount of homework our teacher assigns is definitely not enjoyable after a long day at school and coaching i look forward to enjoying a quiet dinner at home planning with my younger brother and watching a little tv

22.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)          

        is there any chemist near here she asked the waiter yes madam the waiter said its only about three minutes walk away

23.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

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

24.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Monipur Uchcha Vidyalaya & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)       

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

25.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)   

        who are you my dear said she henry sanford madam replied the young boy where are you going now won’t you go with me yes madam i have to know the time

26.  Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text. (The Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)

        We speak in bangla and bangla is our mother tongue after the birth of Pakistan the rulers of west Pakistan tried to establish urdu as the state language but the people in east Pakistan showed strong protest against the decision of the Pakistani rulers.

27.  Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text. (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)

        what can is teach you asked nasruddin we don’t know replied the students you are students but you do not know anything so i can not teach you anything said nasruddin.

28.  Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text.  (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        mother said to me where are you going i am going to school said i did you go to school yesterday no i replied

29.  Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text. (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

        will you go to school today i said to my friend.

30.  Use capitals and punctuation marks where necessary in the following text. (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan.)

        what can i teach you asked Nasruddin we dont know replied the students.

31.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ HIgh School, Gaibandha)

        do you duty by yourself when you will be attentive to your lessons you will be able to finish your course unless you work hard you will not succeed so do your duty in the right moment

32.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)

        the boy said to the teacher sir i shall be much obliged it you will kindly lend me the book you praised highly in the classroom yesterday the teacher said i am very glad to know that you are eager to read this book you are welcome to any of my books that you like

33.  Rewrite the lines given below with proper capitalization and punctuation marks necessary. (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

        i think fortune has often been blamed for blindness it is needless to say fortune is not so blind as men are of course it depends on the way you are looking at the matter

34.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls; High School, Mymensingh)

        Mr. mahmud is a sincere, honest, simple and hard working person he is a businessman by profession he had his mba from ida. Though he is a learned man he has no greed.

35.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

        a man said to me have you finished reading the book yes i have finished reading the book i replied what an interesting book it is i wish i would borrow the book earlier i said will you return the book to me today he asked.

36.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        you are all welcome said she in a very sweet voice come lets eat drink and make merry.

37.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

        suruj ali is a poor man he is an honest hard working man he looks after a large mango orchard hamidur rahman is the owner of the orchard he is a very rich man

38.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Rajshahi)

        What are you doing now jack i said i am watching an interesting programme on television arent you wasting your time i said.

39.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra)

        the old man said can you give me some food ive been starving for two days the maid said why do you beg cant you work.

40.  Use capital letters and punctuation marks where necessary. (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        a man don’t be so silly he will come soon said remon we need not wait for him he failed his words replied kamal.

41.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        this is katherine she comes from the uk her mother tongue is english at the moment shes learning bangla at a language centre in dhaka.

42.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

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

43.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

        shihad stood on the sidewalk and looked down he saw cars and buses running under the flyover he did not know there could be roads one above the other he wanted to know many things about the flyover

44.  Rewrite the following text capitalization and punctuation. (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

        hujaifa a student of pabna zilla school wants to be an engineer but his father mr jamil who lives in tangail says you must be a doctor.

45.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

        the dog has been mans best friend for thousands of years dogs are friendly obedient and faithful animals king edward of england had a pet dog named caesar when the king died in 1910 caesar led the funeral procession walking before the kings and princes.

46.  Rewrite the following passage by using capitalization and punctuation. (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur)

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

47.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

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

48.   Use capitalization and punctuation marks where necessary. (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        rafiq dont be so silly he will come soon said emon we need not wait for him he failed his words replied rahim.

49.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        the park is beautiful but dirty everybody likes to go there it is a new park we should keep it clean

50.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation.

        (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

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

51.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        addressing nasiruddin as sir the students said that they wanted to ask him some questions nasiruddin welcomed the idea and asked them what they wanted to ask they asked him where he came from and what he did

52.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

        once some merchants were going to baghdad from jilan baghdad was far away from jilan a woman came to the merchants with her son she said to them my son will go to baghdad to study will you take him with you

53.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        this news is not true we should not believe a false news good news makes us happy but we feel sad when we get a bad news a news is not a news if it is not true we should read newspaper everyday it also broadens our knowledge.

54.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        the park is beautiful but dirty everybody likes to go there it is a new park we should keep it clean

55.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Feni Girls’ Cadet College, Feni)

        i will willingly go away with you but do not know how to get down bring a ladder with you i will descend and you will take me on your horse she said

56.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        every child has rights to education rights to safety rights to food and nutrition etc. do you think the NGO tries to ensure those rights for the children

57.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        sylhet is a land of scenic beauty it is also endowed with natural resources thousands of tourists from all over bangladesh rush here everyday

58.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        george bernard shaw was born in dublin in 1856 his fathers family had been small landowners in Ireland since the late seventeenth century he was awarded nobel prize for literature in november 1950.

59.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Milestone College, Dhaka)

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

60.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        the taj mahal is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world emperor shahjahan built it as a tomb for his wife it stands at agra in india.

61.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        give me a few grains of corns i am dying of hunger said the grasshopper didn’t you store up any grain the ant remarked no i was busy in singing

62.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka)

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

63.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Shaheed Bir Uttam Lt. Anwar Girls’ College, Dhaka)

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

64.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        yesterday we all went to visit one of our uncles house at shafipur we spent the day eating delicious food and roaming around it took us about five hours to come back due to heavy traffic

65.   Use appropriate punctuation marks and capital letters where necessary. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        on the last house in a little village the storks had built a nest the mother stork sat in it with her four young ones they stretched out their necks and pointed their black beaks a little way off on the edge of the roof stood the father stork upright and stiff not liking to be quiet idle he drew up one leg and stood on the other

66.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and appropriate punctuation marks. (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        the stranger said you must do something to earn a living i will buy a shop for you

67.  Rewrite the passage using punctuation marks and capital letters. (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        titanic sailed for new york from southampton on 10 april 1912 at that time however she was not only the largest ship but also unsinkable

68.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        my friend said to me why are you sitting alone in your room at this hour dont you see that the sky has cleared let us go for a walk in the open field

69.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

        have you killed the rats said the mayor yes i have said the piper give me the promised money how funny said the mayor we cant give you so much money take only fifty

70.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        emon have you done your english lesson today asked the teacher yes sir he replied but ive not understood one grammatical point ill help you understand the point

71.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

        i have got gpa-5 in the ssc examination said rafiq congratulations said i what do you intend to do now i want to study in a reputed college ill try to get admission in notre dame college rafiq replied

72.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

        sayem and his mother went to new market early in the morning what shall we buy for grandmother mum asked sayem well replied his mother lets have a look how about this lovely flowers

73.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        whats the time by your watch he said its half past nine i said he said i want to go to school would you accompany me please no i am sorry replied i

74.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

        kamal said to rana where did you go yesterday i went to your house but did not find you anyway home how are you i am keeping fine said rana what about you why did you come was there any urgent piece of business

75.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Bindubasini Govt. Boys’ High School, Gangail)

        have you ever been to coxs bazar asked shabab no i have never replied labib but i desire to visit the place

76.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        the buckingham palace is in england it was originally built for the duke of buckingham in 1703 it was remodelled and enlarged by  famous architect john nash

77.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

        television is one of the greatest discoveries of modern science john bayard invented the television in 1925 the word television comes from the latin word tele and vision.

78.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        dhaka is an old city it has a historical importance it was founded by islam khan the subedar of bengal in 1610

79.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

        however some of these young villagers are going to the city for other jobs the remaining ama divers are now saged between 50 and 60 but there are still some who continue to dive even at their 70s if the young people do not take up ama diving, soon this profession will die out

80.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

        all the students liked mrs amins stories what kind of stories did aesop tell asked anwar fables replied mrs amin

81.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Kushtia Zilla School, Khshtia)

        my friend said to me why are you sitting alone in your room at this hour don’t you see that the sky is clear

82.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

        i have got gpa-5 in the ssc examination said rafiq congratulation said i what do you intend to do now i want to study in a reputed college ill try to get admission in notre dame college rafiq replied

83.  Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        my father said to me have you done your homework you have to go to school

84.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Sathkira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        human beings have invented many important things so far they have brother great civilization to the world through these inventions do you know which invention is the greatest.

85.   Rewrite the following passage using capitalization and punctuation. (Satkhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

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

Capitalization and Punctuation Exercise For JSC Questions Solutions

1.     Punctuation

        Yesterday we all went to visit one of our uncles’ house at Shafipur. We spent the day eating delicious food and roaming around. It took us about five hours to come back due to heavy traffic.

2.     Punctuation

        “Hello”, old lady said the princess, “What are you doing?” “I am spinning a yarn around the spindle,” replied the old woman. The princess curiously said, “How interesting it would be if you let me have a go!”   

3.     Punctuation

        “Do you think it is easy to pass English”, said Talha “No”, said Tabassum. “But why”? “Are you careless of English?” “I don’t feel interest in the subject”. “Oh, I see”. 

4.     Punctuation

        The park is beautiful but dirty. Everybody likes to go there. So we should keep it neat and clean.

5.     Punctuation

        The teacher said to Kamal, “Why are you talking in the class? You should behave yourself”. Kamal replied, “Sir, I am sorry. I am asking Rahim to lend me his pen.”  

6.     Punctuation

        Shamim said to Karim, “I went to your house yesterday, but did not find you. Where did you go?”

7.     Punctuation

        “Have you finished reading the book?” said Runa. “Yes”, said Rana. “The book is very interesting”.   

8.     Punctuation

        Alexander, the great, was the king of Macedonia. He was the son of Philip a mighty king of Sparta. He invaded India about 327 years before the birth of Christ. On the way he defeated Porus marched towards the Punjab.

9.     Punctuation

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

10.  Punctuation (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        (a) existence; (b) dangerous; (c) invisible; (d) endanger; (e) imagination; (f) imaginary; (g) reality; (h) superstitious.

11.  Punctuation (P. N. Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        One day Aladin was playing in the street. All on a sudden a stanger came. He said to Aladin, “My boy! Are you the son of Mustafa, the tailor?”

12.  Punctuation (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

        A hawker said to me, “Do you want any newspaper? I have all types of newspaper.” I said, “I want an English newspaper.”

13.  Punctuation (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

        Today is Friday. The students of class eight will go to the book fair. Their class teacher, Ms Fatema Begum, will go with them. The bus is waiting at the school gate. The students are getting on the bus. Parents are waiting to see them off. It is a fine day.

14.  Punctuation (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        “What is the time by your watch?” he said. “It’s half past nine,” I replied. “I want to go to college,” he said.

15.  Punctuation (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        “Why are you putting up the food in your pocket, sir? Why don’t you eat?” asked the nobleman. “I am doing the right thing. My dress deserves these rich dishes,” replied Sheikh Saadi.

16.  Punctuation (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        “Why do we need physical exercise, teacher?” asks Ranjan. “Well,” says Mr. Larma, “The benefits of physical exercise are many.”

17.  Punctuation (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

        “What is the time by your watch?” he said. “It’s half past nine,” I replied. “I want to go to the college,” he said. “Would you accompany me, please?” “No, I’m sorry.”

18.  Punctuation (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka)

        Once I asked a sweet little girl, “What is your mother’s name?” She replied cleverly, “I know my mother’s name but won’t tell you.”

19. Punctuation (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)

        Death is inevitable. Yet everybody forgets it for the necessity of life. Again, someone becomes immortal by welcoming the death with smiling face. Someone dies many times before death.

20. Punctuation (Dhaka Residential Model College, Dhaka)

        India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have made such progress in the field of science and technology. But we are lagging behind in this race. Still we depend on foreign aid.

21.  Punctuation (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        In general I enjoy my English class. However, the amount of homework our teacher assigns is definitely not enjoyable after a long day at school and coaching. I look forward to enjoying a quiet dinner at home, planning with my younger brother and watching a little TV.

22.  Punctuation (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)

        “Is there any chemist near here?” she asked the waiter. “Yes, madam,” the waiter said, “It’s only about three minutes walk away.”

23.  Punctuation (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

        “Why don’t you attend classes regularly?” the teacher said to the student. “You cannot expect good results unless you attend classes as I tell you. “I’m sorry, sir. I have offended you,” said the student.

24.  Punctuation (Monipur Uchcha Vidyalaya & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        “How much do you want?” said the Mayor. “A thousand guilders,” said the pied piper. “All right,” said the Mayor. “We’ll pay you a thousand guilders. When will you set to work?” “Now,” replied the pied piper.

25.  Punctuation (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)

        “Who are you, my dear?” said she. “Henry Sanford, madam,” replied the young boy. “Where are you going now? Won’t you go with me?” “Yes, madam, I have to know the time.”

26.  Punctuation The (Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)

        We speak in Bangla and Bangla is our mother tongue. After the birth of Pakistan, the rulers of West Pakistan tried to establish Urdu as stat language. But the People in East Pakistan Showed strong protest against the decision of the Pakistani rulers.

27.  Punctuation (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)

        “What can I teach you?” asked Nasruddin. “We don’t know.” replied the students. “You are students but you do not know anything. So, I can’t teach you anything,” said Nasruddin.

28.  Punctuation (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        Mother said to me, “Where are you going?” “I am going to school,” said I. “Did you go to school yesterday?” “No,” I replied.

29.  Punctuation (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

        “Will you go to school today,” I said to my friend.

30.  Punctuation (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan)

        “What can I teach you?” asked Nasruddin. “We don’t know.” replied the students.

31.  Punctuation (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ High School, Gaibandha)

        “Do your duty by yourself. When you will be attentive to your lessons, you will be able to finish your course. Unless you work hard, you will not succeed. So, do your duty is the right moment.

32.  Punctuation (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

        I think fortune has often been blamed for blindness. It is needless to say fortune is not so blind as men are. Of course, it depends on the ay you are looking at the matter.

33.  Punctuation (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)

        The boy said to the teacher. “Sir, I shall be much obliged if you will kindly lend me the book you praised highly in the classroom yesterday.” The teacher said, “I am very glad to know that you are eager to read this book. You are welcome to any my books that you like.

34.  Punctuation. (Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls; High School, Mymensingh)

        Mr Mahmud is a sincere, honest, simple and hard-working person. He is a businessman by profession. He had his MBA. Though he is a learned man, he has no greed.

35.  Punctuation. (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

        A man said to me, “Have you finished reading the book?” “Yes, I have finished reading the book,” I replied. “What an interesting book it is! I wish I would borrow the book earlier,” I said. “Will you return the book to me today?” he asked.

36.  Punctuation. (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        “You are all welcome,” said she in a very sweet voice. “Come, let’s eat drink and make merry.”

37.  Punctuation. (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

        Suruj Ali is a poor man. He is an honest hard-working man. He looks after a large mango orchard. Hamidur Rahman is the owner of the orchard. He is a very rich man.

38.  Punctuation. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Rajshahi.)

        “What are you doing now, Jack?” I said. “I am watching an interesting programme on television.” “Area’t you wasting your time?” I said.

39.  Punctuation. (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra.)

        The old man said, “Can you give me some food? I’ve been starving for two days.” The maid said, “Why do you beg? Can’t you work?”

40.  Punctuation. (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        “A man can’t be so silly. He will come soon,” said Remon. “We need not wait for him. He failed his words,” replied Kamal.

41.  Punctuation. (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        This is Katherine. She comes from the UK. Her mother tongue is English. At the moment she’s learning Bangla at a Language Centre in Dhaka.

42.  Punctuation. (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

        “I have removed all the mice from Hamelin. Now, give me the promised money,” said the pied piper.

43.  Punctuation. (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

        Shihad stood on the sidewalk and looked down. he saw cars and buses running under the flyover. He did not know there could be roads one above the other. He wanted to know many things about the flyover.

44.  Punctuation. (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

        Hujaifa, a student of Pabna Zilla School, wants to be an engineer. But his father, Mr Jamil, who lives in Tangail, says, “You must be a doctor.”

45.  Punctuation. (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

        The dog has been man’s best friend for thousands of years. Dogs are friendly, obedient and faithful animals. King Edward of England had a pet dog named Caesar. When the king died in 1910, Caesar led the funeral procession walking before the kings and princes.

46.  Punctuation. (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur)

        Mr Mahmud is a sincere, honest, simple and hard-working person. He is a businessman by profession. He had his MBA from IBA. Though he is a learned man, he has no greed.

47.  Punctuation. (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

        “How much do you want?” said the Mayor. “A thousand guilders,” said the pied piper. “All right,” said the Mayor. “We’ll pay you a thousand guilders. When will you set to work?” “Now”, replied the pied piper.

48.  Punctuation. (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        “Rafiq, don’t be so silly. He will come soon,” said Emon. “We need not wait for him. He failed his words,” replied Rahim.

49.  Punctuation . (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        The park is beautiful but dirty. Everybody likes to go there. It is a new park. We should keep it clean.

50.  Punctuation. (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

        Man is mortal. Everybody must die. Someone welcomes death with smiling face. On the other hand, someone dies many times before death. They are cowards. We should not behave like cowards.

51.  Punctuation. (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        Addressing Nasiruddin as Sir, the students said that they wanted to ask him some questions. Nasiruddin welcomed the idea and asked them what they wanted to ask. They asked him where he came from and what he did.

52.  Punctuation. (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

        Once some merchants were going to Baghdad from Jilan. Baghdad was far away from Jilan. A woman came to the merchants with her son. She said to them, “My son will go to Baghdad to study. Will you take him with you?”

53.  Punctuation. (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        This news is not true. We should not believe a false news. Good news makes us happy but we feel sad when we get a bad news. A news is not a news if it is not true. We should read newspaper everyday. It also broadens our knowledge.

54.  Punctuation. (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        The park is beautiful but dirty. Everybody likes to go there. It is a new park. We should keep it clean.

55.  Punctuation. (Feni Girls’ Cadet College, Feni)

        “I will willingly go away with you but do not know how to get down. Bring a ladder with you. I will descend and you will take me on your horse,” she said.

56.  Punctuation. (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        Every child has rights to education, rights to safety, rights to food and nutrition etc. Do you think the NGO tries to ensure those rights for the children?

57.  Punctuation. (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        Sylhet is a land of scenic beauty. It is also endowed with natural resources. Thousands of tourists from all over Bangladesh rush here everyday.

58.  Punctuation. (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        George Bernard Shaw was born in Dublin in 1856. His father’s family had been small landowners in Ireland since the late seventeenth century. He was awarded Nobel Prize for literature in November, 1950.

59.  Punctuation. (Milestone College, Dhaka)

        Bangladesh, our homeland, is mainly an agricultural country. She has a large population most of whom live in villages. Though they are poor, they are hospitable. We feel proud of our hospitality.

60.  Punctuation. (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        The Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. Emperor Shahjahan built it as a tomb for his wife. It stands at Agra in India.

61.  Punctuation. (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        “Give me a few grains of corns. I am dying of hunger,” said the grasshopper. “Didn’t you store up any grain?” the ant remarked. “No, I was busy in singing.”

62.  Punctuation. (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka)

        The great ship Titanic was not only the largest ship but also regarded unsinkable. It sailed for New York to Southamptom in April, 1912. Ironically, it went down on its first voyage.

63.  Punctuation. (Shaheed Bir Uttam Lt. Anwar Girls’ College, Dhaka)

        We live in Bangladesh. Almost all of us speak in Bangla. Most of the people of the country are Muslims. Besides, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians also live here. About 80 percent people live in the villages.

64.  Punctuation. (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        Yesterday we all went to visit one of our uncles’ house at Shafipur. We spent the day eating delicious food and roaming around. It took us about five hours to come back due to heavy traffic.

65.  Punctuation. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        On the last house in a little village, the storks had built a nest. The mother stork sat in it with her four young ones. They stretched out their necks and pointed their black beaks. A little way off on the edge of the roof stood the father stork upright and stiff not liking to be quiet idle. He drew up one leg and stood on the other.

66.  Punctuation. (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        The stranger said, “You must do something to earn a living. I will buy a shop for you.”

67.  Punctuation. (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        Titanic sailed for New York from Southampton on 10 April, 1912. At that time, however, she was not only the largest ship but also unsinkable.

68.  Punctuation. (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        My friend said to me, “Why are you sitting alone in your room at this hour? Don’t you see that the sky has cleared? Let us go for a walk in the open field.”

69.  Punctuation. (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

        “Have you killed the rats?” said the Mayor. “Yes, I have,” said the piper. “Give me the promised money.” “How funny!” said the Mayor. “We can’t give you so much money.

70.  Punctuation. (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        “Emon, have you done your English lesson today?” asked the teacher. “Yes, sir,” he replied. “But I’ve not understood one grammatical point.” “I’ll help you understand the point.”

71.  Punctuation. (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

        “I have go GPA-5 in the SSC examination,” said Rafiq. “Congratulations!” said I. “What do you intend to do now?” “I want to study in a reputed college. I’ll try to get admission in Notre Dame College,” Rafiq replied.

72.  Punctuation. (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

        Sayem and his mother went to New Market early in the morning. “What shall we buy for grandmother, mum?” asked Sayem. “Well,” replied his mother. “Let’s have a look. How about this lovely flowers?”

73.  Punctuation. (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        “What’s the time by your watch?” he said. “It’s half past nine,” I said. He said, “I want to go to school. Would you accompany me, please?” “No, I am sorry,” replied I.

74.  Punctuation. (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

        Kamal said to Rana, “Where did you go yesterday? I went to your house but did not find you. Anyway, how are you?” “I am keeping fine,” said Rana. “What about you? Why did you come? Was there any urgent piece of business?”

75.  Punctuation. (Bindubasini Govt. Boys’ High School, Gangail)

        “Have you ever been to Cox’s Bazar?” asked Shabab. “No, I have never,” replied Labib. “But I desire to visit the place.”

76.  Punctuation. (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        The Buckingham Palace is in England. It was originally built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703. It was remodelled and enlarged by a famous architect, John Nash.

77.  Punctuation. (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

        Television is one of the greatest discoveries of modern science. John Bayard invented the television is 1925. The word ‘television’ comes from the Latin word ‘tele’ and ‘vision’.

78.  Punctuation. (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        Dhaka is an old city. It has a historical importance. It was founded by Islam Khan, the Subedar of Bengal in 1610.

79.  Punctuation. (Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

        However, some of these young villagers are going to the city for other jobs. The remaining Ama divers are now aged between 50 and 60. But there are still some who continue to dive even at their 70s. If the young people do not take up Ama diving, soon this profession will die out.

80.  Punctuation. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

        All the students liked Mrs Amin’s stories. “What kind of stories did Aesop tell?” asked Anwar. “Fables”, replied Mrs Amin.

81.  Punctuation. (Kushtia Zilla School, Kushtia)

        My friend said to me, “Why are you sitting alone in your room at this hour? Don’t you see that the sky is clear?”

82.  Punctuation. (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

        “I have got GPA-5 in the SSC Examination,” said Rafiq. “Congratulation,” said I. “What do you intend to do now?” “I want to study in a reputed college. I’ll try to get admission in Notre Dame College,” Rafiq replied.

83.  Punctuation. (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        My father said to me, “Have you done your home work? You have to go to school.”

84.  Punctuation. (Satkhira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        Human beings have invented many important things. So far they have brought great civilization to the world through these inventions. Do you now which invention is the greatest?

85.  Punctuation. (Shakhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

        The teacher said to Arif, “Why are you talking in the class?” Arif replied, “Sir, I am asking Rahim to lend me his pen.” The teacher said. “Be attentive in the class.

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