ESL-EFL Test - 05

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1. Children can't enter ________ they are accompanied by an adult.


2. Come over ________ have dinner.


3. Could you put the book back ________ the shelf when you've finished with it


4. Costly


5. Could you ________ a few potatoes for me?



6. Comprehensible


7. Constant


8. Could you ________ me a favour?


9. Deadly


10. Cow


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What to Eat in West Bengal

Dhaka

The Nawabs of Dhaka were not the original Nawabs of Bengal.[citation needed] Their ancestors came from Kashmir as merchants who made their fortunes in Eastern Bengal in the 17th century. They finally settled in Dhaka, and, having bought large landed estates, they became the largest landowners in these parts. They were given the title of Nawab by the British. The Nawabs brought many famous baburchis (cooks) from many parts of India who introduced many new dishes, especially meat dishes, to the local cuisine. Admittedly, these expensive dishes were hardly enjoyed by the common people. They remained the favourite of the wealthy and the welltodo aristocrats. However, with the general economic growth of Dhaka since 1971, some of them have become favorite of the rich classes especially on such festivel.

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