Nobel Prize is awarded for (a) - (pre-modify the noun) contributions to different fields. It is awarded in (b) - (pre-modify the noun) fields. It is the world’s most (c) - (pre-modify the noun) prize. If the recipients are more than one, the prize money is divided (d) - (post-modify the verb) among them. Alfred Nobel founded the Nobel Prize. He earned a lot of money (e) - (pot-modify the verb with a present participle phrase). For this (f) - (pre-modify the noun) invention he became famous. His name and fame spread (g) - (post-modify the verb). There is a Nobel committee (h) - (post-modify the noun with an infinitive) the right person for award. The winners of Nobel Prize are treated with (i) - (pre-modify the noun) respect. The world will always remember Alfred Nobel for his (j) - (pre-modify the noun) contribution.
(a) outstanding; (b) six; (c) prestigious; (d) equally; (e) inventing dynamite; (f) important; (g) all over the world; (h) to choose/to select; (i) great; (j) remarkable/significant
21st February, (a) - (use an appositive to post-modify the noun), in our history is now observed as the International Mother Language Day all over the world. On this day, people of our country get up (b) - (post-modify the verb) in the morning remembering the memory of the martyrs. They walk (c) - (post-modify the verb) to the SheedMinar. Most of them put on (d) - (pre-modify the noun) badges on their shoulder. They go to the ShaheedMinar (e)-(use a participle) the most cherished song ‘‘Amar vaiæerrokterangano...’’ They pay homage and tribute to the memory of the martyrs. Offering the flowers, the pray for the (f) - (use a possessive to pre-modify the noun) souls. They also gather in mosques, temples and other (g) -(pre-modify the noun) institutions and pray for the salvation of the martyr’s (h) - (pre-modify the noun) soul. Different social and cultural organiæations arrange (i)- (pre-modify the noun) programs on (j) -(use a demonstrative) day.
(a) a month of mourning; (b) early; (c) barefooted ; (d) black; (e) singing; (f) martyrs; (g) sanctified/religious ; (h) departed; (i) various; (j) this
Once a farmer had a goose. It used to lay a (a) -pre-modify the noun) egg every day. The farmer used to sell them (b) - (post-modify the verb). He was happy (c)- (post-modify the adjective with an infinitive) every day. But his wife was a (d) -(pre-modify the noun) woman. She wanted (e) - (post-modify the verb with an infinitive) all egg together. Then she would be a rich woman (f) - (post-modify the verb). She cut the belly of the goose (g) - (post-modify the verb with an infinitive) her greed. (h) -(pre-modify the verb with present participle) of the goose, she found no egg there. She became (i) -(pre-modify the adjective with adverb) disappointed and lost the goose forever. She realized that it was her greed that brought her (j) - (pre-modify the noun) luck.
(a) golden; (b) in the market; (c) to get an egg; (d) greedy; (e) to get; (f) quickly; (g) to satisfy; (h) cutting the belly; (i) extremely/very; (j) bad