80+ Preposition Exercise For JSC Questions with Solutions

Preposition Exercise For JSC Questions

1.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions.

        Moni     :  When did you last visit Tania?

        Sima      :  Oh, dear, I haven’t seen her (a)——–ages. Does she still live (b)——–Uttara?

        Moni     :  No. She has moved (c)——–Uttara.

        Sima      :  Where has she moved (d) ¾?

        Moni     :  Lalmatia. Let’s visit her one day. Tania would be very happy.

        Sima      :  Yes, I know, but I work (e)——–about 10 p.m. most nights. When I get back home, I am very tired. Okay, let’s see ¾. Tomorrow I won’t be much busy. So, we can make it tomorrow.

        Moni     :  That’s fine. I will pick you (f)——–from your office, is that okay?

        Sima      :  Of course, that’d be very nice.

2.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below:

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        An honest man is true (a) ___ his word. He does not deviate (b) ___ the path of honesty. He knows that true peace consists (c) ___ honesty. He may have want (d) ___ money but greed cannot overpower him. He has no ambition (e) ___ worldly things. He is content (f) ___ what he has.

3.     Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions: (Rajshahi Board-2014)

        A good student is never indifferent (a) ___ his study. He knows well that success lies (b) ___ hard work. So he is always absorbed (c) ___ deep studies. Nothing can prevent him (d) ___ working hard. His hard work and sincerity result (e) ___ ultimate success. Everyone admires him (f) ___ his success.

4.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with preposition given in the box below :

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        Everyone desires (a) ___ wealth. But a few can attain it. Some people hanker (b) ___ riches. some are contented (c) ___ what they have. True happiness lies (d) ___ contentment. It is high time we gave (e) ___ the habit
(f) ___ covetousness.

5.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with appropriate prepositions given in the box below :

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        The result (a) ___ honesty is beyond description. It results (b) ___ peace. On the other hand, misery results
(c) ___ vice. So, we should abstain (d) ___ evil deeds. They bring (e) ___ ruin. So we should give (f) ___ them.

6.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with appropriate prepositions given in box below:  

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        An honest man is true (a) ___ his word. He does not deviate (b) ___ the path of honesty. He knows that peace consists (c) ___ honesty. So he does not fall a victim (d) ___ any greed. He has no ambition (e) ___ worldly things. He is loved (f) ___ all.

7.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below :

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        A good student is fond (a) ___ books. He is very attentive (b) ___ his studies. He always tried (c) ___ cut a good figure (d) ___ the examination. He never deviates (e) ___ his duties because he knows every success depends (f) ___ hard work.

8.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below :

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        Our English teacher is very popular (a) ___ us (b) ___ his skill. He has proficiency (c) ___ English. He is friendly (d) ___ us. He is sincere (e) ___ his duties. Really he is worthy (f) ___ praise for his nice behaviour. We all respect him.

9.     Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below :

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        Happiness consists (a) ___ contentment. So, we should not run (b) ___ money. Sometimes it may bring (c) ___ some unexpected troubles and one may fall a victim (d) ___ dangers for his unusual greed (e)___ money. We all should be contented (f) ___ what we have.

10.  Fill in each gap with an appropriate preposition from the box to complete the following text.
(Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

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        A good student abides (a——–the rules, clings (b——–studies, never deviates (c)——–the right path and tries to achieve a command (d——–his mother tongue. He never puts (e——–work or skims (f——–the text.

11.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (P. N. Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        A pious man remains absorbed (a——–meditation. He abides (b——–the rules of religion. He never deviates (c——–the path of religion. He clings (d——–his faith. He knows it well that everyone will have to account to the Almighty (e——–his action. He is contented (f——–what he has.

12.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

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        Discipline is (a——–the root of all success in life. Laws and rules are made (b——–orderly conduct of man’s life. Obedience (c——–them is necessary for progress and success. It helps a man to win success (d——–life. Even a gifted man fails to succeed in life for lack (e——–discipline in his conduct. (f——–it there can be no fame, progress and success.

13.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

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        An honest man is true (a——–his word. He does not deviate (b——–the path of honesty. He knows that true peace consists (c——–honesty. So he does not fall a victim (d——–any greed. He has no ambition (e——–worldly things. He is satisfied (f——–what he has.

14.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        Selim     :  Hello Anis! How are you?

        Anis       :  Nice. What’s the matter (a——–you?

        Selim     :  Nothing at all. I just need some information.

        Anis       :  Okay. Ask me.

        Selim     :  Please tell me about spring.

        Anis       :  Okay. Listen (b——–me. With the advent (c——–spring nature awakens from slumber. All trees and plants get adorned (d——–new leaves and flowers.

        Selim     :  What is the condition of wind then?

        Anis       :  During this season, wind blows (e——–the south-western side spreading sweet smell (f——–flowers all over.

15.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        You must have come (a——–the name of Leo Tolstoy, a great writer in the world of literature. No novelist stands parallel (b——–him. All his novels and short stories convey a message. His purpose of writing was the purification of human mind and soul (c——–all kinds of evils and misjudgements. His heroes suffer (d——–inner conflict, pass (e——–ups and downs of life and struggle (f——–deprivation caused by feudal and bourgeois society.

16.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions in the gap. (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        The plane landed (a——–Suvarnabhumi Airport (b——–4.55 p.m. The name ‘Suvarnabhumi’ is pronounced as “su-wanna-poem.” The name is derived (c——–Sanskrit, which means golden land. The name was chosen (d——–King Bhumibol Adulyadie. The airport is located (e——–Racha Thewa in the Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan province, 30 kilometers east (f——–Bangkok.

17.  Complete the passage with prepositions. (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

        A family is comprised (a——–parents and children. They are connected (b——–one another by blood, love and affection. The children cannot live (c——–the days of infancy (d——–the loving care of their parents. It is the parents who bring them (e) ¾¾, nourish them, nurse them (f——–sickness, give them proper educational help to get settled in life.

18.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with preposition given in the box below.

        (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka; Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

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        The Olympic Games were named (a——–the town (b——–Olympia in Greece. In those days Greece was divided (c——–many cities. They used to fight (d——–themselves. A man named Iphitos was concerned (e——–such wasteful strifes. He hit (f——–a plan to set up peace in the country.

19.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with preposition given in the box below. (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)

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        Garments industry is the main source (a——–earning foreign exchange in our country. A garment worker is usually a person (b——–lower middle class family. They have no education (c——–garment factories. The workers are to work (d——–heavy machines which cause harm (e——–their lungs. So, the employers should be careful (f——–the health of workers.

20.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions.  (Residential Model College, Dhaka)

        Shakil    :  Can you give me some idea (a——–internet?

        Dipu       :  Of course, it is an international computer network (b——–digital information.

        Shakil    :  What kind of information can we get (c——–it?

        Dipu       :  You can get any type of information from it.

        Shakil    :  How much do we have to pay (d——–it?

        Dipu       :  Very little.

        Shakil    :  Then people can be much benefited (e——–it.

        Dipu       :  Right, we should make use of it to go (f——–the world.

21.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        Mr. Rahman was accused (a——–stealing money (b——–his office. The news appeared (c——–some newspapers. He was ashamed (d——–the news. He appeared (e——–the judicial committee. It appeared (f——–the committee that he was innocent.

22.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)

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        The Olympic Games were named (a——–the town of Olympia in Greece. In those days Greece was divided (b——–many cities. They used to fight (c——–themselves. A man named Iphitos was concerned (d——–such wasteful strifes. He hit (e——–a plan to set up peace (f——–the country. His plan worked well.

23.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

        Akash    :  I have heard that you are not attentive (a——–your study.

        Ashik     :  It’s partially true. I don’t feel better to study.

        Akash    :  What? Present world is very competitive. So, you need to be competent (b——–facing the challenge of competition. So you must concentrate (c——–your study.

        Ashik     :  But I always remain callous (d——–my study.

        Akash    :  You cannot help utilizing your time. Nothing can compensate (e——–your loss of wasting time. So work hard and it contributes a lot (f——–make a good result.

        Ashik     :  Thank you.

        Akash    :  You’re welcome.

24.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions in the gap. (Monipur High School & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

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        Today man has been suffering (a——–various diseases. And there is no remedy (b——–some fatal diseases. So man is subject (c——–decay and death. One day he will depart (d——–this world. Here he cannot live
(e——–a long time. So he should do some noble deeds (f——–the human beings.

25.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions.    (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)         

        Man has unquenchable thirst (a——–knowledge. He is never satisfied (b——–what he has known and seen. For this, he sets out (c——–travelling. But it depends (d——–a lot of money and patience. The people of developed countries are fit (e——–it. So they are capable (f——–earning practical knowledge.

26.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (The Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)

        An honest man is true (a——–his word. He does not deviate (b——–the path of honesty. He knows that true peace consists (c——–honesty. So he doesn’t fall a victim (d——–any greed. He has no ambition (e——–worldly things. He is never dissatisfied (f——–what he has.

27.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)

        The result (a——–honesty is beyond description. It results (b——–peace, On the other hand, misery results (c——–vice. So we should abstain (d——–evil deeds. Evil deeds bring (e——–ruins. So we should keep away (f——–evil deeds.

28.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Cantonment Public School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)            

        All know that smoking is injurious (a——–the health. But those who smoke do not abstain (b——–smoking. They are not careful (c——–their health. It is hoped that smokers should give (d——–smoking. Finally, they succumb (e——–many diseases. So, they should make people aware (f——–the harmful effects of smoking.

29.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with preposition given in the box below. (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari; Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls’ High School, Mymensingh)

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        A good student is never indifferent (a——–his study. He know well that success lies (b——–hard work. So, he is always absorbed (c——–deep studies. Nothing can prevent him (d——–working hard. His hard work and sincerity result (e——–ultimate success. His family feels proud (f——–his success.

30.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with appropriate prepositions given in the box below. (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

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        Olympic Games were named (a——–     the city of Olympia (b) ¾¾ Greece. A man called Iphitos introduced it. He hit (c) ¾¾ a plan. He invited the best athletes from the nearby cities to the valley of Olympia (d) ¾¾ take part in athletic contests. His plan worked well. (e) ¾¾ a time, the Greek warriors instead (f) ¾¾ fighting their neighbors, tried to outdo their rivals in friendly games and sports.

31.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan)          

        Nobi    : Hello Asad! How are you?

        Asad    :  Nice, What is the matte with you? You seem puzzled.

        Nobi    :  Nothing at all. I just need some information.

        Asad    :  Ok, Ask me.

        Nobi    :  Please tell me about spring.

        Asad    :  Ok, listen (a——–me, With the advent (b——–spring nature awakes from slumber. All trees and plants get adorned (c——–new leaves and flowers.

        Nobi    :  What is the condition of wind, then?

        Asad    :  During the season, the wind blows (d——–the south-western side spreading sweet smell (e——–flowers all (f) ¾¾.

32.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Gaibandha Govt. Girls’ High School, Gaibandha)

        Oli        :  Hello, Kali, how are you?

        Koli      :  Very well, thank you, How (a——–you?

        Oli        :  Fine, thanks.

        Koli      :  You look thoughtful. What are you thinking (b——–?

        Oli        :  I’m thinking about the necessity (c——–reading newspaper. do you read?

        Koli      :  Yes, I read  “The Daily Star” regularly. I can’t do (d——–it (e——–a single day.

        Oli        :  I also feel uneasy when newspaper is not published (f——–some special occasion.

33.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the appropriate prepositions. (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ HIgh School, Gaibandha) 

        The United Nations (a——–the world meet (b——–New York. They talk (c——–urgent problems of peace and war and try to find (d——–solutions to as many of these as they can. The UNO (United Nations Organizations) deals (e——–quarrels that might lead (f——–was among the nations.

34.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given below, There are more prepositions than necessary. (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

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        A pious man is absorbed (a——–meditation. He has firm faith (b——–Allah. He abides (c——–the rules of religion. He clings (d——–his faith. He knows that man is accountable to Allah (e——–his action. So, he leads his according (f——–religion.

35.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)    

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        Sumon was born (a——–poor parents. He grew (b——–in the midst of poverty. His father was burdened
(c——–a big family. His family consisted (d——–eight members. However, he did not yield (e——–fate. He stood boldly (f——–all the problems.

36.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

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        We have many duties (a——–our parents because we are indebted to them (b——–our life on earth. they are our best well-wishers. They take special care (c——–us right (d——–our birth (e——–the greatest love and affection. They love us more than anyone else (f——–earth.

37.  Fill in the gaps of the following text with prepositions in the box below. (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

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        A man who is true (a——–his word is an honest man. He knows that true happiness consists (b——–honesty. So he does not fall victim (c——–greed. He does not hanker (d——–money. He derives pleasure (e——–good activities. Good activities results (f——–peace and prosperity.

38.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

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        We have many duties (a——–our parents because we are indebted to them (b——–our life on earth. they are our best well-wishers. They take special care (c——–us right (d——–our birth (e——–the greatest love and affection. They love us more than anyone else (f——–earth.

39.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Govt. Laboratory Hgih School, Rajshahi)

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        Money is the root (a——–all evils. Those who hanker (b——–money cannot enjoy mental peace. Sometimes, it may lead one (c——–some unexpected troubles. It also happens that greed (d——–money brings (e——–many problems. So, we should be contented (f——–what we have.

40.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra)

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        All know that smoking is injurious (a——–health. But those who smoke do not abstain (b——–smoking. They are not careful (c——–their health. It is hoped that smokers should give (d——–smoking. Finally they succumb (e——–many diseases. So, we should make people aware (f——–the harmful effect of smoking.

41.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        Mizan      :  Hello, Hassan. How are you?

        Hassan    :  I’m not well. I’ve been suffering (a——–cough.

        Mizan      :  I have heard you have become a chain smoker. Smoking may be one of the major causes (b——–your sickness.

        Hassan    :  Doctor also had said so.

        Mizan      :  Why don’t you give (c——–smoking? Don’t you know the dangers (d——–smoking.

        Hassan    :  I tried so, but couldn’t. I can’t even concentrate (e——–my studies (f——–smoking.

42.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with suitable prepositions. (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        A good and attentive student never remains absent (a——–his school. He is always attentive to his classes. He always abides (b——–what his teachers and elders say. He always abstains (c——–all sorts of useless activities. He is never callous (d——–studies. He does not long (e——–name and fame. Rather he is committed (f——–help his country and its people.

43.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

        Rashed    :  Many people commit sins either knowingly or unknowingly. At last, a sinner atones (a——–his sins.

        Pranto      :  Why?

        Rashed    :  Because he knows that everyone is accountable (b——–God (c——–his deeds.

        Pranto      :  So, when a sinner becomes really repentant, he is seen devoted (d——–God.

        Rashed    :  Sometimes he is seen absorbed (e——–deep meditation.

        Pranto      :  He is also seen burst (f——–tears.

44.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

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        An honest man is true (a——–his word. He does not deviate (b——–the path of honesty. He knows that true peace consists (c——–honesty. So he does not fall victim (d——–any greed. he has no ambition (e——–worldly things. He is satisfied (f——–what he has.

45.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

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        Normally parents wink (a——–their son’s fault. They are so blind (b——–their son’s fault that they are like the people who are blind (c——–eyes. As a result, many boys are indulged (d——–evil deeds. This brings
(e——–their ruin. Parents should always be cautious (f——–the fault of their children.

46.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

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        A poor man suffers (a——–many things. He is destitute (b——–wealth. He is deprived (c——–the basic needs. But he is content (d——–what he has. He does not run (e——–wealth. His attitude (f——–life is very simple.

47.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Amena-Baki Residential Model School & College, Dinajpur)

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        A pious man is absorbed (a——–meditation. He abides (b——–the rules of religion. He clings (c——–his faith. He knows that man is accountable to Allah (d——–his action. He is not angry (e——–anybody. He behaves well (f——–everyone.

48.  Complete the passage with prepositions from the list below. (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur; Rangpur Cadet College, Rangpur)

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        A family is comprised (a——–parents and children. They are connected (b——–one another by blood, love and affection. The children cannot live (c——–the days of infancy (d——–the loving care of their parents. It is the parents who bring them (e) ¾¾, nourish them, nurse them (f——–sickness, give them proper educational help to get settled in life.

49.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

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        A poor man suffers (a——–many things. He is destitute (b——–wealth. He is deprived (c——–the basic needs. But he is content (d——–what he has. He does not run (e——–wealth. His attitude (f——–life is very simple.

50.  Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions. (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        A sinner feels repentant (a——–his sin. He repents (b——–his sin. He prays (c——–Allah. He gives
(d——–all his bad habits. He does not addict (e——–any evil activity. He tries to refrain himself (f——–all types of evil activities.

51.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        After hovering (a——–the Bay of Bengal ominously for days, Cyclone Mahasen has finally gone (b——–Bangladesh territory doing much less damage than what had been feared (c——–the weather and disaster management experts. Citizens of all faiths prayed (d——–the Almighty to safeguard the lives and property of the people living (e——–the coastal belt of the country. With a great sigh of relief, people saw the storm weaken and move (f——–Myanmar.

52.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

        Ama        :  Every year many students in our country get poor marks in the JSC examination. Do you know, why?

        Saima     :  Because most of the students fail (a——–English.

        Ama        :  But why do they fail in English?

        Saima     :  I think, firstly they suffer (b——–foreign language phobia. Secondly, they learn English in order
(c——–cross the stairs of examinations.

        Ama        :  Can you tell the reasons any more?

        Saima     :  Of course. To me, thirdly our teachers cannot make the lessons interesting (d——–the students. And finally, I think, perhaps our syllabus is not designed considering the needs (e——–our students.

        Ama        :  It’s a great problem. What’s the solution to it?

        Saima     :  I don’t know that well. I only realize we must come (f——–from this situation.

53.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        Harun     :  Hello Tanvir, how are you?

        Tanvir     :  I am OK and you?

        Harun     :  I am fine. Thank you.

        Tanvir     :  You are welcome.

        Harun     :  Please tell me about the disadvantages of city life.

        Tanvir     :  Although a city life has many disadvantages, a city dweller sometimes gets tired (a——–it.

        Harun     :  What more do you know about it?

        Tanvir     :  A city dweller cannot attend the office and other places (b——–time because (c——–traffic jam.

        Harun     :  The air (d——–the city is polluted (e——–smoke and dust.

        Tanvir     :  Besides, he is always busy (f——–a lot of commitments.

54.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

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        Ferdousi suddenly fell (a——–evil days. The Government of the country became very displeased (b——–him for his unknown reasons. Consequently, he had to leave Tus ¾¾ his beloved place (c——–birth. So he was naturally very sad. Now Ferdousi started moving (d——–place to place and from country to country in search (e——–fortune. At that time Gazni was ruled (f——–by Sultan Mahmud.

55.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        Mother    :  Well Trina, listen.

        Trina       :  Yes, Mom.

        Mother    :  Your examination is knocking (a——–the door and you are not serious (b——–your studies. What’s the matter?

        Trina       :  I see, you are worried (c——–my examination. But, Mom, you needn’t worry. I’m prepared
(d——–the examination well.

        Mother    :  Really. What about Mathematics and English?

        Trina       :  I’m well up in English. Now I’m going (e——–with the exercise. I’m quite at ease (f——–English. So, It’s the case with Mathematics. I don’t leave my daily practice. Please bless me Mom.

56.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions from the box. (Jhenidah Cadet College, Jhenidah)

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        Bangladesh is rich (a——–natural gas. Mr. Kamal is popular (b——–the students. I congratulate you (c——–your success. He is blind (d——–his son’s fault. Bina is good (e——–English. Do not hanker (f——–money.

57.  Read the following letter and fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions. (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        Dear Bina,

        I am very glad to receive your letter (a——–time. You have stood first (b——–the examination. I would like (c——–offer congratulations (d——–your grand success. We are really proud (e——–you. I hope you will do better (f——–future. With best wishes.

58.  Fill in the blanks with prepositions. (Feni Girls’ Cadet College, Feni)

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        Many people commit sin either knowingly or unknowingly. (a——–the long run a sinner atones (b——–his sin because he knows that everyone is accountable (c——–God (d——–his deeds. So when a sinner becomes really penitent, he is seen devoted (e——–God. Sometimes he is seen absorbed (f——–deep meditation.

59.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        Man has an unquenchable thirst (a——–knowledge. He is never satisfied (b——–what he has known and seen. For this, he sets out (c——–travelling. But it needs a lot of money and patience. The people (d——–developed countries are fit (e——–it. So, they are capable (f——–earning practical knowledge.

60.  Fill in the gaps in the following dialogue with appropriate prepositions. (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        Helal    :  Hello Arif. How are you?

        Arif       :  Fine. And what (a——–you?

        Helal    :  Find too. I need your help regarding lucid English. Can you give me some advice.

        Arif       :  Sure. Firstly you need to be careful (b——–your choice of words.

        Helal    :  That’s a problem. Complicated words are difficult (d——–many people to understand. Therefore stick (e——–simple English in your writing and keep your sentences short and (f——–the point. That way it will be a riveting read for your readers.

61.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        Mita     :  What do you want to do after the examination?

        Sadia   :  I have decided to do a course (a——–computer.

        Mita     :  Where will you do it?

        Sadia   :  (b——–the Ria Computer Center. What do you desire to do?

        Mita     :  I’ll also make a good use (c——–the time. I want to learn English (d——–Mr. Zaman, a famous lecturer in English (e——–a renowned college.

        Sadia   :  OK, let us try to fulfil our desires. But don’t forget to come (f——–me at least once a day.

62.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Milestone College, Dhaka)

fromtoforwithaway

        It is known (a——–all that one day all will pass (b) ¾¾. So we have no escape (c——–death. Death is common (d——–all. One day everybody will depart (e——–this world. So we should not mourn (f——–the dead.

63.  Fill in the gaps with suitable prepositions. (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        (a)   The baby is afraid ¾¾ ghosts.

        (b)   Do not believe ¾¾ his lame excuse.

        (c)   Swimming is beneficial ¾¾ health.

        (d)   Anger is compared ¾¾ fire.

        (e)   The committee consists ¾¾ seven members.

        (f)    He is absent ¾¾ the meeting.

64.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        Allah has bestowed His mercy (a——–mankind. So we should be thankful (b——–Him. The world is full
(c——–innumerable fine things. Man is ignorant (d——–these gifts. He should not be ungrateful (e——–Allah. Allah is the most kind (f——–all living beings.

65.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka; Bindubasini Govt. Girls High School, Tangail)

        The result (a——–honesty is beyond description. It results (b——–peace. On the other hand, misery results (c——–vice. So, we should abstain (d——–evil deeds. Evil deeds bring (e——–ruins. Moreover, people live (f——–good deeds.

66.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Shaheed Bir Uttam Lt. Anwar Girls’ College, Dhaka)

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        A huge number of Bangladeshi children are out (a——–their parent’s control. The parents are also very much indifferent (b——–their children’s fault. As a result, many of them become involved (c——–bad activities subversive (d——–the state. They don’t pay heed (e——–their superiors. They even indulge (f——–various dangerous habit.

67.  Fill in the gaps with appropriate prepositions. (Motijheel Govt. Girls’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a)   The authoress was astonished ¾¾ his integrity.

        (b)   I was born ¾¾ a middle class family.

        (c)   One should cling ¾¾ one’s plan.

        (d)   Students are concerned ¾¾ their result.

        (e)   He deals ¾¾ rice.

        (f)    All his attempts ended ¾¾ smoke.

68.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        Kadam Ali is a day-labourer who works (a——–the village. Like other day-labourers he does heavy unskilled work. Sometimes he is employed in the field (b——–agricultural work and sometimes he is empoyed (c——–construction works. He has (d——–work hard from morning (e——–evening and is paid (f——–the end of the day. But he does not get employement everyday.

69.  Here is a part of the letter written by a girl to her friend from Dhaka. Put in suitable prepositions in the blanks. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        It was 20th of February. The day was Friday, a public holiday. We, about 50 students (a——–our class arranged a picnic (b——–Mainamati, Commila. It is a place (c——–great historical importance. As you know it is (d——–fifty kilometers from here, we started at 8 am (e——–our school compound by a big hired bus led (f——–three of our teachars.

70.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with appropriate preposition. (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        Happiness consists (a——–contentment. So, we should not run (b——–more and more money. Sometimes it may bring (c——–some unexpected troubles and one may fall a victim (d——–dangers for his unusual greed (e——–money. We all should be content (f——–what we have.

71.  Fill in the gaps with preposition. (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        Jami      :  Our JSC examination is knocking (a——–the door. How is your preparation?

        Raisa    :  Not so bad. But I have weakness (b——–Mathematics. I hope, I will be able to get A+ in all subjects (c——–Mathematics. How about you?

        Jami      :  You know, I’ve got A+ in all subjects but I am always weak in English.

        Raisa    :  I think we both try (d——–overcome our weakness. In this regard, you can help me because you are at home (e——–Mathematics.

        Jami      :  OIf course. But one condition is that you have to help me improve my English.

        Raisa    :  Okay. We can start (f——–today.

        Jami      :  Yes. The sooner, the better.

72.  Fill in the gaps of the following text with appropriate prepositions. (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        anger is one (a——–six passions. It is harmful (b——–any man’s life. So none should be angry (c——–anybody (d——–anything. Anger makes a man similar (e——–animals. It is compared (f——–fire.

73.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with appropriate prepositions given in the box below. (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

infromtoonofto

        A good student is fond (a——–books. He is not indifferent (b——–his studies. He adheres (c——–his studies. He always tries to cut a brilliant figure (d——–the examination. He never deviates (e——–his duties because he knows that success depends (f——–hard work.

74.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with preposition. (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        I am going to tell you (a——–the proper use of holidays. They give us relief (b——–heavy pressure of regular work. They help us to get rid (c——–the din and bustle (d——–life. We know that to work (e——–pause is tiresome. So, holidays are essential (f——–our life.

75.  Fill in the blanks of the folloiwng text with preposition. (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

onfromtofor

        I prohibited him (a——–going to cinema but he insisted (b——–going to cinema. I could not prevent him
(c——–going to cinema. He stuck (d——–his insistence. So I was sorry (e——–his behaviour. He has serious liking (f——–cinema.

76.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

intotoininsideforby

        Once a hungry wolf searched (a——–food here and there but it couldn’t get any. At last it found a loaf of bread and a piece of meat (b——–the hole of a tree. The hungry wolf squeezed (c——–the hole and ate all the food. It was a woodcutter’s lunch. He was on his way back to the tree to have lunch. As soon as a fox aw the woodcutter, he tried (d——–run away, but unfortunately the fox was caught (e——–the woodcutter. The woodcutter kept him (f——–a cage afterwards.

77.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        Once I was returning home when it was late night. I found no transport. While I was walking (a——–the road it seemed (b——–me as an unknown city. There was no busy traffic jam as it is found (c——–the day time. I saw some dogs lying idly (d——–the pavement. I stopped (e——–a place and took a long breath. (f——–a while, I again started walking and reached home safely.

78.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

overofintointo

        Mr. ‘R’ is blind (a——–one eye. He is also blind (b——–his son’s fault. As a result, the son is involved
(c——–evil deeds. He is addicted (d——–drugs. Mr. ‘R’ will suffer (e——–the long run as he has no control (f——–his son.

79.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Bindubasini Govt. Girls’ High School, Tangail)

        Saifur      :  Have you heard the name of the Olympic Games?

        Nishad     :  Of course, the Olympic Games were named (a——–the town of Olympia in Greece.

        Saifur      :  But, friend, please tell me how the Olympic Games started.

        Nishad     :  Okay. Listen (b——–me. In those days, Greece was divided (c——–many cities. They used to fight (d——–themselves.

        Saifur      :  What happened later?

        Nishad     :  A man named Iphitos was concerned (e——–such wasteful strifes. He hit (f——–a plan to set up peace in the country. His plan worked well. From then, the Olympic Games started.

        Saifur      :  Thanks. I knew about the Olympics only from you.

        Nishad     :  You’re welcome.

80.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        Badal      :  You look rather gloomy, what is the matter (a——–you?

        Tipu         :  I am anxious (b——–my exam, especially of English.

        Badal      :  Why haven’t you studied it (c——–the beginning of the year?

        Tipu         :  Actually I find no interest (d——–it.

        Badal      :  In fact, you are not attentive (e——–your student. I think if you study attentively, you will succeed (f——–it.

81.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

fromto ´ 2forwithaway

        It is known (a——–all that one day all will pass (b) ¾¾. So we have no escape (c——–death. Death is common (d——–all. One day everybody will depart (e——–this world. So we should not mourn (f——–he dead.

82.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        Mr Rahman is the director (a——–a project. He is an honest officer. He believes (b——–sincerity and punctuality. Taking bribe is foreign (c——–his nature. Some of his colleagues are very jealous (d——–him. But nothing can daunt him. He always sticks (e——–his principles. So such an officer is worthy (f——–praise.

83.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box below. (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

inofaboutbytoin

        Fahim is never indifferent (a——–his study. He works hard. He believes that success lies (b——–hard work. So  he is always engaged (c——–studies. At the same time, he is not forgetful (d——–his studies. He respects his parents and relatives. So he is blessed (e——–all. He is serious (f——–his life.

84.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions given in the box blow.  (Kushtia Zilla School, Khshtia)

roundoppositepastalongoutsideagainstbehindbeyond

        Yesterday evening, a woman was walking (a——–the pavement (b——–the supermarket. An old man was on the pavement (c——–the bank. A car was struck (d——–a bus and a lorry. The bus was in front of the car but the lorry was (e——–the car. At that moment I was waiting (f——–the cafe.

85.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

withonofforinfrom

        Socrates was born (a——–poor working class parents probably in the year of 470 B.C. He had the usual education of the boys in those days. It consisted (b——–learning music, science, philosophy and gymnastics. He also studied the arts of public speaking and argumentation. As a young man, he served the army and lought (c——–several battles (d——–great courage. When he left the army, he carried (e——–his search (f——–truth.

86.  Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        Dear Labonno, I am very shocked to hear that your mother is no more (a——–earth. I could never think that she would leave us (b——–such a premature age. I do not know how to console you (c——–such a situation. Your grief is so great that words will fail to console you. The loss of a mother is irrecoverable. I know that how sad it is to lose a mother because I have also mine. I pray (d——–Allah (e——–her eternal peace (f——–the next world.

87.  Fill in the blanks of the following text with prepositions. (Sathkira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        Although a city life has many advantages, a city dweller sometimes gets tired (a——–It. He cannot attend the office and other places (b——–time because (c——–traffic jam. The air (d——–the city is polluted (e——–smoke and dust. Besides, he is always busy (f——–a lot of commitments.

88.  Fill in the gaps of the following text with prepositions. (Satkhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

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        Poverty was bar (a——–his success. It hindered him (b——–going abroad. But he did not lose heart. He was hopeful (c——–his success. He hit (d——–a plan. The plan worked well. He succeeded (e——–his attempt. For this he was thankful (f——–Allah.

Preposition Exercise For JSC Questions Solutions

1.     Use of prepositions

        (a) for; (b) in; (c) from; (d) to; (e) until; (f) up.

2.     Use of prepositions

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) in; (d) of; (e) for; (f) with.   

3.     Use of prepositions

        (a) to; (b) in; (c) in; (d) from; (e) in; (f) for. 

4.     Use of prepositions

        (a) for; (b) after; (c) with; (d) in; (e) up; (f) of.

5.     Use of prepositions

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) from; (d) from; (e) about; (f) up.   

6.     Use of prepositions

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) in; (d) to; (e) for; (f) by.

7.     Use of prepositions

        (a) of; (b) to; (c) to; (d) in; (e) from; (f) on.

8.     Use of prepositions

        (a) with; (b) for; (c) in; (d) with; (e) to; (f) of.

9.     Use of prepositions

        (a) in; (b) after; (c) about; (d) to; (e) for; (f) with.

10.  Use of prepositions (Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka)

        (a) by;  (b) to;  (c) from;  (d) of;  (e) off;  (f) through.

11.  Use of prepositions (P. N. Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        (a) in;  (b) by;  (c) from;  (d) to;  (e) for;  (f) with.

12.  Use of prepositions (Dinajpur Zilla School, Dinajpur)

        (a) at;  (b) for;  (c) to;  (d) in;  (e) of;  (f) Without.

13.  Use of prepositions (Jessore Zilla School, Jessore)

        (a) to;  (b) from;  (c) in;  (d) to;  (e) for;  (f) with.

14.  Use of prepositions (Comilla Zilla School, Comilla)

        (a) with;  (b) to;  (c) of;  (d) with;  (e) from;  (f) of.

15.  Use of prepositions (Chittagong Collegiate School, Chittagong)

        (a) across;  (b) to;  (c) from;  (d) from;  (e) through;  (f) against.

16.  Use of prepositions (Jalalabad Cantt. Public School & College, Sylhet)

        (a) at;  (b) at;  (c) from;  (d) by;  (e) in;  (f) of.

17.  Use of prepositions (Barisal Govt. Girls’ High School, Barisal)

        (a) of;  (b) with;  (c) through;  (d) without;  (e) up;  (f) in.

18. Use of prepositions (Viqarunnisa Noon School & College, Dhaka; Khulna Collegiate Girls’ School, Khulna)

        (a) after;  (b) of;  (c) into;  (d) among;  (e) about;  (f) upon.

19. Use of prepositions (Ideal School & College, Motijheel, Dhaka)

        (a) of;  (b) of;  (c) about;  (d) with;  (e) to;  (f) about of.

20. Use of prepositions (Residential Model College, Dhaka)

        (a) about;  (b) of;  (c) from;  (d) for;  (e) from/by;  (f) with.

21. Use of prepositions (Bogra Zilla School, Bogra)

        (a) of;  (b) from;  (c) in;  (d) of;  (e) before;  (f) to.

22. Use of prepositions (Rangpur Zilla School, Rangpur)

        (a) after;  (b) into;  (c) among;  (d) about;  (e) upon;  (f) in.

23. Use of prepositions (Udayan Higher Secondary School, Dhaka)

        (a) to;  (b) for;  (c) on;  (d) to;  (e) for;  (f) to.

24. Use of prepositions (Monipur High School & College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        (a) from;  (b) for;  (c) to;  (d) from;  (e) for;  (f) for.

25. Use of prepositions (Adamjee Cantonment Public School, Dhaka)

        (a) for;  (b) with;  (c) for;  (d) on/upon;  (e) for;  (f) of.

26.  Use of prepositions (The Millennium Stars School & College, Rangpur Cantonment, Rangpur)

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) in; (d) to; (e) for;  (f) with.

27.  Use of prepositions (Rangpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Rangpur)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) from; (d) from; (e) about;  (f) from.

28.  Use of prepositions (Cantonment Public School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari)

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) about; (d) up; (e) to; (f) of.

29.  Use of prepositions (Lions School & College, Saidpur, Nilphamari; Vidyamoyee Govt. Girls’ High School, Mymensingh)

        (a) to; (b) in; (c) in; (d) from; (e) in; (f) of.

30.  Use of prepositions (Thakurgaon Govt. Boys’ High School, Thakurgaon)

        (a) after; (b) in; (c) upon; (d) to; (e) For; (f) of.

31.  Use of prepositions (Thakurgaon Govt. Girls’ High School, Thakurgoan)

        (a) to; (b) of; (c) with; (d) from; (e) of;  (f) around.

32.  Use of prepositions (Gaibandha Govt. Girls’ High School, Gaibandha)

        (a) about; (b) about; (c) of; (d) without; (e) for; (f) on.

33.  Use of prepositions (Gaibandha Govt. Boys’ High School, Gaibandha)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) on; (d) out; (e) with; (f) to.

34.  Use of prepositions (Govt. Girls’ High School, Jessore)

        (a) in; (b) in; (c) by; (d) to; (e) for; (f) to.

35.  Use of prepositions (Dawood Public School, Jessore Cantt., Jessore)

        (a) of/to; (b) up; (c) with; (d) of; (e) to; (f) against.

36.  Use of prepositions (Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh)

        (a) to; (b) for; (c) of; (d) from; (e) with; (f) on.

37.  Use of prepositions (Rajshahi Govt. Girls’ High School, Rajshahi)

        (a) to; (b) in; (c) to; (d) after; (e) from; (f) in.

38.  Use of prepositions (Rajshahi Collegiate School, Rajshahi)

        (a) to; (b) for; (c) of; (d) from; (e) with; (f) on.

39.  Use of prepositions (Govt. Laboratory High School, Rajshahi)

        (a) of; (b) after; (c) to; (d) for; (e) about; (f) with.

40.  Use of prepositions (Bogra Cantonment Public School & College, Bogra)

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) of; (d) up; (e) to; (f) of.

41.  Use of prepositions (Bogra Govt. Girls’ High School, Bogra)

        (a) from; (b) of; (c) up; (d) of; (e) on; (f) without.

42.  Use of prepositions (BIAM Model School & College, Bogra)

        (a) from; (b) by; (c) from; (d) to; (e) for; (f) to.

43.  Use of prepositions (Govt. K. D. High School, Naogaon)

        (a) for; (b) to; (c) for; (d) to; (e) in; (f) into.

44.  Use of prepositions (Pabna Govt. Girls’ High School, Pabna)

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) in; (d) to; (e) for; (f) with.

45.  Use of prepositions (Pabna Zilla School, Pabna)

        (a) at; (b) to; (c) of; (d) in; (e) about; (f) of.

46.  Use of prepositions (Momena Ali Biggan School, Sirajganj)

        (a) from; (b) of; (c) of; (d) with; (e) after; (f) to.

47.  Use of prepositions (Amena-Baki Residential Model School & College, Dinajpur)

        (a) in; (b) by; (c) to; (d) for; (e) with; (f) with.

48.  Use of prepositions (Dinajpur Govt. Girls’ High School, Dinajpur; Rangpur Cadet College, Rangpur)

        (a) of; (b) with; (c) in; (d) without; (e) up; (f) in.

49.  Use of prepositions (Cantonment Board High School, Dinajpur)

        (a) from; (b) of; (c) of; (d) with; (e) after; (f) to.

50.  Use of prepositions (Cantonment Public School & College, Rangpur)

        (a) for; (b) of; (c) to; (d) up; (e) to; (f) from.

51.  Use of prepositions : (Mirzapur Cadet College, Tangail)

        (a) over; (b) over; (c) by; (d) to; (e) in; (f) towards.

52.  Use of prepositions : (Mymensingh Girls’ Cadet College, Mymensingh)

        (a) in; (b) from; (c) to; (d) for/to; (e) of; (f) out.

53.  Use of prepositions : (Rajshahi Cadet College, Rajshahi)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) of; (d) in/of; (e) by; (f) with.

54.  Use of prepositions : (Pabna Cadet College, Pabna)

        (a) in; (b) with; (c) of; (d) from; (e) of; (f) over.

55.  Use of prepositions : (Joypurhat Girls’ Cadet College, Joypurhat)

        (a) at; (b) about; (c) about; (d) for; (e) on; (f) with.

56.  Use of prepositions : (Jhenidah Cadet College, Jhenidah)

        (a) in; (b) with; (c) on; (d) to; (e) at; (f) after.

57.  Use of prepositions : (Comilla Cadet College, Comilla)

        (a) in; (b) in; (c) to; (d) on; (e) of; (f) in.

58.  Use of prepositions : (Feni Girls’ Cadet College, Feni)

        (a) In; (b) for; (c) to; (d) for; (e) to; (f) in.

59.  Use of prepositions : (Faujdarhat Cadet College, Chittagong)

        (a) for; (b) with; (c) on/for; (d) of; (e) for; (f) of.

60.  Use of prepositions : (Sylhet Cadet College, Sylhet)

        (a) about; (b) about; (c) in/for; (d) for; (e) to; (f) to.

61.  Use of prepositions : (Barisal Cadet College, Barisal)

        (a) on; (b) At; (c) of; (d) with; (e) of/in; (f) to.

62.  Use of prepositions : (Milestone College, Dhaka)

        (a) to; (b) away; (c) from; (d) to; (e) from; (f) for.

63.  Use of prepositions : (Shamsul Haque Khan School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) to; (d) to; (e) of; (f) from.

64.  Use of prepositions : (Motijheel Govt. Boys’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a) On; (b) to; (c) of; (d) of; (e) to; (f) to.

65.  Use of prepositions : (Bir Shreshtha Noor Mohammad Public College, Dhaka; Bindubasini Govt. Boys’ High School, Tangail)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) from; (d) from; (e) about; (f) through.

66.  Use of prepositions : (Shaheed Bir Uttam Lt. Anwar Girls’ College, Dhaka)

        (a) of; (b) to; (c) in; (d) of; (e) to; (f) in.

67.  Use of prepositions : (Motijheel Govt. Girls’ High School, Dhaka)

        (a) at; (b) into; (c) to; (d) about; (e) in; (f) in.

68.  Use of prepositions : (Motijheel Model High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) in; (b) for; (c) in; (d) to; (e) till/to; (f) in.

69.  Use of prepositions : (Govt. Laboratory High School, Dhaka)

        (a) of; (b) at; (c) of; (d) about; (e) from; (f) by.

70.  Use of prepositions : (Mirpur Bangla School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) in; (b) after; (c) about; (d) to; (e) for; (f) with.

71.  Use of prepositions : (Shaheed Police Smrity College, Mirpur, Dhaka)

        (a) at; (b) in; (c) except; (d) to; (e) in; (f) from.

72.  Use of prepositions : (Uttara High School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) of; (b) to; (c) with; (d) for/about; (e) to; (f) to.

73.  Use of prepositions : (Savar Cantonment Public School & College, Dhaka)

        (a) of; (b) to; (c) to; (d) in; (e) from; (f) on.

74.  Use of prepositions : (Safiuddin Sarker Academy & College, Gazipur)

        (a) about; (b) from; (c) of; (d) of; (e) without; (f) for.

75.  Use of prepositions : (Gazipur Cantonment Board Inter High School, Gazipur)

        (a) from; (b) on; (c) from; (d) to; (e) for; (f) for.

76.  Use of prepositions : (Rani Bilashmoni Govt. Boys’ High School, Gazipur)

        (a) for; (b) in; (c) into; (d) to; (e) by; (f) in.

77.  Use of prepositions : (Faridpur Zilla School, Faridpur)

        (a) along; (b) to; (c) in/during; (d) on; (e) at; (f) after.

78.  Use of prepositions : (Rajbari Govt. High School, Rajbari)

        (a) of; (b) to; (c) in; (d) to; (e) in; (f) over.

79.  Use of prepositions : (Bindubasini Govt. Girls’ High School, Tangail)

        (a) after; (b) to; (c) into; (d) among; (e) about; (f) upon.

80.  Use of prepositions : (Jamalpur Zilla School, Jamalpur)

        (a) with; (b) about; (c) from; (d) in; (e) to; (f) in.

81.  Use of prepositions (Khulna Public College, Khulna)

        (a) to; (b) away; (c) from; (d) to; (e) from; (f) for.

82.  Use of prepositions (Khulna Govt. Girls’ High School, Khulna)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) to; (d) of; (e) to; (f) of.

83.  Use of prepositions (Govt. Laboratory High School, Khulna)

        (a) to; (b) in; (c) in; (d) of; (e) by; (f) about.

84.  Use of prepositions (Kushtia Zilla School, Kushtia)

        (a) along; (b) past; (c) opposite; (d) against; (e) behind; (f) outside.

85.  Use of prepositions (Kushtia Govt. Girls’ High School, Kushtia)

        (a) of; (b) of; (c) in; (d) with; (e) on; (f) for.

86.  Use of prepositions (Shandhani School & College, Gangni, Meherpur)

        (a) on; (b) at; (c) in; (d) to; (e) for; (f) in.

87.  Use of prepositions (Satkhira Govt. High School, Satkhira)

        (a) of; (b) in; (c) of; (d) of; (e) by; (f) with.

88.  Use of prepositions (Shakhira Govt. Girls’ High School, Satkhira)

        (a) to; (b) from; (c) of; (d) upon; (e) in; (f) to.

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