Bangla Parts of Speech and Sentence Structure

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Column 1 (Drag) Column 2 (Drop) Correct Answer
  • Sentences always have a
  • English sentences have a
  • Bangla sentences have a
  • Nouns (like 'cat') are names of
  • A Pronoun (like 'you') can
  • A Verb (like 'eat') describes
  • A Determiner (like 'the') points
  • Adjectives (like 'small') are used
  • Adverbs (like 'slowly') are used
  • Prepositions (like 'on') add attributes
  • Conjunctions (like 'and') are used
  • Subject, Verb and Object.
  • Subject-Verb-Object sequence.
  • Subject-Object-Verb sequence.
  • people, places, or things.
  • replace a Noun.
  • an action.
  • to a specific instance of a Noun.
  • to add description to the Noun.
  • to describe Verbs.
  • like location or time to Nouns.
  • to join two words or two phrases.
  • Sentences always have a Subject, Verb and Object.
  • English sentences have a Subject-Verb-Object sequence.
  • Bangla sentences have a Subject-Object-Verb sequence.
  • Nouns (like 'cat') are names of people, places, or things.
  • A Pronoun (like 'you') can replace a Noun.
  • A Verb (like 'eat') describes an action.
  • A Determiner (like 'the') points to a specific instance of a Noun.
  • Adjectives (like 'small') are used to add description to the Noun.
  • Adverbs (like 'slowly') are used to describe Verbs.
  • Prepositions (like 'on') add attributes like location or time to Nouns.
  • Conjunctions (like 'and') are used to join two words or two phrases.