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Verb প্রথমত: দুইভাগে ভাগ করা হয়েছে। যথা: Finite Verb and Non Finite verb. যে Verb দ্বারা বাক্যের অর্থ পূর্ণ হয় তথা যে Verb বাক্যের অর্থ পূর্ণ করে তাকে Finite Verb বলে। Finite Verb আবার দুই প্রকার। যথা: Principal Verb and Auxiliary Verb. যে Verb নিজে বাক্যে গঠন করে এবং Auxiliary Verb এর সাহায্য নিয়েও বাক্য গঠন করে তাকে Principal Verb বলে।
Parts Of Speech Words divided into different kinds or classes are called Parts of Speech. According to their uses; that is according to the work they do in a Sentence. In the parts of speech section, we will discuss identification, formation, and usage of every part of speech. But you should be seriously careful about the usage and this is very important for your preparation. Everywhere you will face the questions related to correct usage. So be serious about usage.
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. Identification There are some clues to identify a Noun. Ø  A word used as the subject or object of a verb is Noun.
  The tense is the change of from in a verb to express the time of an action. There are three tenses.        a. Present Tense        b. Past Tense        c. Future Tense Each of these principal tenses is again subdivided into 4 forms: Indefinite, Continuous, Perfect, and Perfect continuous.
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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