Bangla Parts of Speech and Sentence Structure

Drag and drop the first part of the sentence in Column 1
over the box containing the second part of the sentence in Column 2

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.