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English Comprehension for Primary TET

ইংরেজি বোধ পরীক্ষণ MCQ | English Comprehension MCQ for Primary TET | Part-04

English Comprehension MCQ
English Comprehension MCQ

সুপ্রিয় বন্ধুরা,
আজ আপনাদের ইংরেজি বোধ পরীক্ষণ MCQ শেয়ার করলাম। বোধ পরীক্ষণ প্রাইমারি টেট পরীক্ষায় আসা একটি কমন টপিক। তাই আমরা আশা রাখছি এই ধরনের বোধ পরীক্ষণ প্র্যাকটিসের মাধ্যমে আপনারা আপনাদের পরীক্ষার প্রস্তুতিকে অনেকটা এগিয়ে নিয়ে যেতে পারবেন।

Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow :

Gandhi has given himself wholly to the independence of his country. Yet he does not wish to achieve that goal though violence. He intends to use every possible means of obtaining it through peaceful methods. ‘Independence’ Gandhi said means the removal of British Control. It means complete freedom from British and Indian capitalists. It also means freedom from armed defence forces. A country that is governed by even its own national army can never be morally free. Most of Gandhi’s followers go along with him in his first two objectives. They do not accept the third.

I felt he was sadder and more depressed that when I saw him in 1942. He fears that if freedom for india is attained by force, the some force can be used to take freedom from indians.

In the context ‘go along with’ means-
A. walk along
B. agree with
C. go away with
D. like


Gandhi did not wish to achieve his goal through violence because-
A. he believes in non violence
B. he was a peace loving man
C. India was a weak country
D. India had no army to fight the British


The phrase ‘has given his life wholly to’ in the first sentence of the passage means-
A. has died for
B. will die for
C. works only for
D. has given away all his wealth for


Gandhi did not want to keep any army in India because-
A. soldiers do not believe in non violence
B. the army might seize all power
C. it costs a lot of money to keep an army
D. he was not afraid of Indian’s enemy


Gandhi meant by Independence-
A. ending the British rule
B. ending poverty
C. marking all men equal
D. Ram Raj


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