JSC Exam English Suggestion. In JSC Exam Question no 7. Their Will have a Rearrange Question For 10 Marks. See Below Some Rearrange for JSC Exam 2014
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(a) A good astrologer visited the capital of the king.
(b) At this the king turned pale.
(c) At this the king got furious and condemned him to death.
(d) The king called him to the palace.
(e) I shall wait to receive your majesty where you have been sending me.
(f) The astrologer told something very unpleasant.
(g) The king then asked, “How long would you live?”
(h) Once there was a king who was fond of knowing his future from the astrologer.
(i) With ready wit he said, “The stars declare that I’ll die only a week before your death!”
(j) “Drive this wretch away and let him not come again,” shouted the king.
(a) His mother decided to send him to Baghdad with a view to educating him there.
(b) One of the robbers said the small boy might have something with him.
(c) The boy said, “Mother has advised me never to tell a lie even in danger.”
(d) Hazrat Abdul Quader was a famous religious figure in Islam.
(e) The leader felt surprised and said, “You might not have disclosed the fact.”
(f) At the time of sending, his mother sewed forty gold coins in his shirt and advised him never to tell a lie.
(g) Boy Abdul Quader spoke out, “No, no, I have forty gold coins sewed in my shirt.”
(h) The boy left for Baghdad with a caravan of merchants, but on their way a gang of robbers fell upon them.
(i) The gang leader said that perhaps the boy had nothing with him.
(j) He was born in Jilan in Iraq.
(a) At last he found a jar in a garden having some water.
(b) As he was leaving the jar in despair, he noticed a heap of pebbles nearby.
(c) A crow was very thirsty and wanted to drink water.
(d) Then he hit upon a plan.
(e) When the water came to the mouth of the jar the crow drank his full.
(f) He took some pebbles and started dropping them into the jar.
(g) But it was at the bottom and out of his reach.
(h) Then he flew away happily.
(i) He flew from one place to another in search of water.
(j) The crow tried to turn the jar over the over again but failed.
(a) They did a lot of mischief there.
(b) They decided to hang a bell round the cat’s neck.
(c) There was an old house in a village.
(d) He brought a cat to kill the mice.
(e) There lived a number of mice in that house.
(f) They could not move freely as before.
(g) But none of them agreed to carry out that risky task.
(h) The master of the house was very annoyed and made a plan to get rid of them.
(i) They held a meeting to discuss the matter and find a way to be free from this danger.
(j) The mice were in a difficult situation.
(a) The lion caught the mouse and it began to tremble with fear.
(b) “Many thanks to you. You have saved my life,” said the lion.
(c) At that time, a mouse fell upon its body playing.
(d) The lion laughed and said, “O you! Are you suitable to help me?”
(e) Listening this, the mouse came swiftly and found the lion in a trap.
(f) A lion was sleeping in a cave.
(g) The mouse cut the net into pieces and thereby he was saved.
(h) Then the lion said, “You are small in size but worthy.
(i) After sometime, the lion fell into a trap and he was crying, “Save me, please, save me, please.”
(j) The mouse said, “Let me go, sooner or later,
I may help you.”
(a) He lost his father in his childhood.
(b) As a boy Nazrul was restless and absent-minded.
(c) He is our national poet.
(d) He did not like the hard and fast rules of the school.
(e) He could sing, dance and compose verses even in his childhood.
(f) He was fond of adventures, music and jatra party.
(g) Kazi Nazrul Islam was born on the 20th May, 1899 in Burdwan.
(h) Very soon, he became prominent as a stage actor.
(i) Very often he used to flee away from school.
(j) He spent his early life in great hardship for which he was called Dukhu Mia.
(a) The final countdown began : five-four-three-two-one.
(b) They were Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins.
(c) Then they fired the rockets and blasted off into the outer space.
(d) Three American astronauts were waiting in a spaceship called Apollo-11.
(e) At first, Neil Armstrong stepped on the ground of the moon.
(f) They were about to go on a great journey.
(g) Finally, the dream came true.
(h) It was July 20, 1969.
(i) Their destination was the moon, a quarter of a million miles away.
(j) They traveled at great speed.
(a) It was at the other end of the locality.
(b) She was sleeping on her bed.
(c) But he did not find any water in the house.
(d) One night Bayazid was sitting beside his sick mother.
(e) He returned home with the jar of water.
(f) At about mid-night she raised her head and asked for water.
(g) He took a jar and went there all alone.
(h) Then he went to his mother but she was asleep.
(i) Bayazid stood up and went to fetch water.
(j) Then he decided to go to a nearby spring for water.
(a) So, the fox went under the tree and began to praise him.
(b) The vain crow was pleased by the fox’s flattery.
(c) The fox said, “Mr Crow, how nice you are looking today.”
(d) Then he advised the crow to hold his tongue the next time someone praised him.
(e) And down dropped the piece of cheese.
(f) A fox saw him and wished to have the cheese for his supper.
(g) The cunning fox snatched the cheese before it touched the ground.
(h) So, he began to sing a song.
(i) The crow especially liked what the fox said about his voice.
(j) One day a crow had stolen a piece of cheese and sat on a tree.