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INTERJECTION An Interjection is a word, which expresses some sudden feeling or emotion. 01. Hurrah! We have won the game. (আনন্দ) 02. Alas! I am undone. (বিষাদ) 03. What a beautiful scenery it is ! (বিষ্ময়) Ah ! Oh! Ha ! (বিষ্ময়) 04. Bravo! You have done well. (অনুমোদন) 05. Fie! Fie! (তিরষ্কার বা ঘৃণা)  06. Hi! Hello! আহবান 07. Humph! Hess (সন্দেহ)    
PREPOSITION AND CONJUNCTION A Preposition is a connecting word used before a noun or a pronoun or a phrase and makes relationship with other words.  To distinguish between preposition and conjunction always remember one thing, Preposition connects a word or phrase but conjunction connects a clause.
ADVERB Adverb is the word that qualifies the word except Noun and Pronoun. Therefore, it may qualify any Verb, Adjective, and Adverb, Phrase or a full sentence. He runs fast. [Modifier of Verb] He is always late. [Modifier of Adjective]
ADJECTIVE An adjective is a word, which modifies a Noun or a Pronoun.  
PRONOUN      A Pronoun is a word used instead of a Noun;             John is absent, because he is ill.  
Noun is a naming word of any place, thing, action, quality or nation etc.
A Accede: We acceded his proposal. Exceed: His expenditure has increased. Advice: He listened to my advice. Advise: I advised him to marry soon. Accept: I accepted his proposal Except: Except this I know nothing. Assay: We assayed to catch the thief. Essay: You have written an essay on flood. Access: I have no access to his room. Excess: Excess of anything is bad. Affect: Crops was badly affected by recent flood. Effect: The effect of gambling is far reaching.
Some Important Ideoms and Phrases for Memorizing <- (Select parts to read .) Part-1   ABC :(প্রাথমিক জ্ঞান ) You have no ABC in English. A bed of roses (ফুল শয্যা) Life is not a bed of roses. At finger’s end: (নখদর্পনে) The matter is at my finger’s end. As if: (যেন)She talked as if she is a doctor. At all: (আদৌ) He does not go to school at all. At home(দক্ষ)You are at home in English. At least: (কমপক্ষে)He is at least a graduate. At one’s wit’s end: (হতবুদ্ধি) I was at my wit’s end then.
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