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21. Barisal Board SSC-2011/Jessore Board SSC-2008
We are Bangladeshi. (a) We are proud of our freedom fighters (Interrogative). (b) Their contribution will never be forgotten (Affirmative). They were inspired by the common people.
(c) Their sacrifice is greater than any other thing (Positive). (d) But today many of them lead a very miserable life (Complex). (e) If we take proper steps, their condition may improve (Simple).
- Sylhet Board SSC-2011
(a) Cox’s Bazar is the longest sea beach in the world (Positive degree). (b) Everybody knows this (Interrogative). (c) Tourists from home and abroad visit this beach (Passive). (d) They come here to enjoy themselves (Complex). (e) Our government are going to take some steps to make it more attractive (Passive).
- Denajpur Board SSC-2011/Chittagong Board SSC-2010, 09
Bangladesh is a small country with a vast population. (a) Very few countries in the world are as populous as it (Comparative). Most of the people here live in the villages. (b) People who live in the villages are farmers (Simple). (c) The farmers work hard to support themselves. (Complex) (d) They are honest and pious. (Negative) (e) They should be taken care of (Active).
- Dhaka Board SSC-2010
(a) A flower is a glowing gift of nature. Who does not like flowers? (Affirmative)
(b) They are the symbol of love and beauty. Flowers are used on different occasions (Active)
(c) We need flowers to decorate a place (Complex).
(d) The rose is the best of all flowers (Positive).
(e) It is also called the queen of flowers. As the demand for flowers is increasing day by day, we should cultivate flowers on commercial basis (Simple). It has both charm and commercial value too.
- Jessore Board SSC-2010/Rajshahi Board SSC-2007
(a) No other problem in Bangladesh is as great as illiteracy (Comparative). Most of our people cannot read or write. (b) So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is very poor (Negative). (c) It is too poor to be imagined (Complex). (d) It is the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate (Interrogative). (e) The government has taken necessary steps to eradicate illiteracy (Passive).
- Barisal Board SSC-2010
(a) Once there was a king named Lear (complex). (b) He had a daughter whom he loved very much (compound). (c) One day she went to countryside and she was accompanied by her friends (simple). (d) She saw a young man playing on his flute (complex). (e) How nice the music was! (assertive)
- Denajpur Board SSC-2010
(a) Hazi Muhammad Muhsin was a kind man (Negative). He was born in Hoogly. (b) He inherited vast property from his father and sister (Interrogative). (c) He did not marry (Affirmative). (d) During his life time he spent money lavishly to help the poor (Complex).
(e) One night when he was saying his prayer, a thief broke into his room (simple).
- Rajshahi Board SSC-2009
I read in a big school. It stands in a district town. (a) It is one of the most famous schools in our district (Comparative). (b) The school was established in 1850 (Active). The river Modhumati flows by the side of the school. (c) The scenery of the school is very charming. (Exclamatory)
(d) There is a large flower garden in front of the school (Complex). Most of the teachers of our school are highly qualified. (e) They are always sincere to their duties (Negative).
- Comilla Board SSC-2009
(a) A fool was sitting by the side of a village road (Complex). (b) He was digging holes in several places (Passive). Now it happened that a king’s minister was passing by that way. (c) Seeing the strange appearance of the fool, he asked him about the reason of his action (Compound). He also told that people passing by would put their feet in them and fall down. The fool replied, “Why should” they fall in? I have not dug in the middle of the path. (d) Only those who leave the straight road will fall into my pit (Negative). (e) The minister then asked what his occupation was (Simple).
- Denajpur Board SSC-2009
Today corruption is a very familiar term in Bangladesh (a) Corruption is the most dangerous weapon to destroy a society (positive). (b) It lies in every phase of our society (complex).
(c) Some drastic steps have been taken against the corruption (active). (d) The persons in the high rank of the society are involved in corruption and have become millionaires through corruption (simple). (e) Social awareness is very essential to resist corruption (exclamatory). The corrupted persons should be brought under trial quite impartially.
- Dhaka Board SSC-2008
(a) Mango is one of the sweetest fruits in the world (comparative). Most of the mangoes of Bangladesh are grown in chapai Nowabgonj district (b) Selling these mangoes people earn a lot of money (compound). (c) People over the country visit this place (passive). (d) Mangoes are ripe in the summer (complex). At this time the mango orchards look very nice. (e) I wish I could visit this place (exclamatory).
- Rajshahi Board SSC-2008
(a) Health is wealth (complex). A good health is a guarantee for happiness. (b) A healthy poor man is his happier than a sick moneyed man (positive). (c) Though a healthy man is an asset to his family, an unhealthy man is a liability (compound). (d) He can succeed in life (interrogative). (e) So everybody cannot but be conscious of his health (affirmative).
- Comilla Board SSC-2008
(a) Once upon a time there was a girl named Jesmin (Complex). (b) Though she was a nice little girl, she wasn’t an ordinary child (Compound). (c) She passed her time in reading and writing (Interrogative). (d) Her parents liked her very much (Negative). (e) But they did not understand why she was so different from the other children of the locality (Simple).
- Barisal Board SSC-2008
(a) Amina’s life was very difficult (make it exclamatory). She was fighting for the survival of her family and herself. (b) One day she got loan from Grameen Bank and started to make a plan (make it simple). (c) She bought a dheki to husk rice. (make it complex). People could hear the thudding of her dheki at late hours of the night. (d) In spite of her working very hard, there was happiness in her heart (make it compound). (e) She was a very hardworking and responsible loanee (make it negative).
- Sylhet Board SSC-2008
(a) Truthfulness is the greatest of all virtues in a man (Comparative). It means the quality of speaking the truth. (b) Although it may not make one rich, it brings peace of mind (Compound). (c) Everybody respects a truthful person (Interrogative). She/he cannot commit vice. (d) Who does not love a truthful person (Passive) Many persons of the world have become great by virtue of truthfulness. (e) Truthfulness may lead the whole world to peace and happiness (Complex).
- Dhaka Board SSC-2007
(a) Poverty is the greatest problem in our country. (Make it positive). But we hardly realize that this miserable condition is our own creation. (b) Many do not try to better their condition by hard labour. (Make it compound). (c) They only curse their fate (Make it passive). But this is not reality. (d) It is man who is the maker of his own fortune (Make it simple). So, they should work hard to improve their lot. (e) By working hard; they can remove their condition (Make it negative).
- Barisal Board SSC-2007
No person can be happy without friends. So, (a) everybody wants friend (Negative). (b) The heart is formed for love and cannot be happy without the opportunity of giving and receiving love (Complex). But (c) you cannot receive affection unless you give it also (Simple). You cannot find others to love you unless you love them. Love is to be important for cultivating a cheerful and obliging disposition. (d) You cannot be happy without it (Interrogative). So, (e) as love is divine everybody wants love (Compound).
- Dhaka Board HSC-2013
Success will not come to one’s life automatically. (a) Do you know it? (Passive) (b) An industrious boy will shine in life. (Complex) (c) A life with an assignment is an actual life. (Negative) (d) None can receive any reward unless he works hard. (Simple) (e) It is evident that industry is one of the greatest virtues. (Positive)
- 39. Rajshahi Board HSC-2013
(a) Cricket is a very exciting game. (Exclamatory) (b) People of all ages enjoy this game (Passive). (c) At present cricket is the most popular game in our country (Positive). (d) Bangladesh is one of the weakest Test Playing Countries (Comparative). So, most of the people do not like watching test cricket. (e) They are fond of watching “Twenty-twenty” cricket (Interrogative).
- Jessore Board HSC-2013
(a) The old sailor shot the Albatross (Passive). (b) At this the sailors were very angry with him (Negative). (c) Their throats were dry and they could not speak (Complex). (d) Since the old sailor killed the bird, he brought bad luck to the sailors (Simple). (e) It was very unlucky day (Exclamatory).
- (a) Aren’t we proud of our freedom fighters?
(b) Their contribution will be remembered always.
(c) No other thing is as great as their sacrifice.
(d) But today many of them lead a life which is very miserable.
(e) By taking proper step their condition may improve.
Or, Their condition may improve by our taking proper steps.
- (a) No other sea beach in the world is as long as Cox’s Bazar.
(b) Who does not know this?
(c) This beach is visited by tourists from home and abroad.
(d) They come here so that they can enjoy themselves.
(e) Some steps are going to be taken by our government to make it more attractive.
- (a) It is more populous than most other countries in the world.
(b) People living in villages are farmers.
Or, Village people are farmers.
(c) The farmers work hard so that they can support themselves.
(d) They are not dishonest and impious.
(e) We should take care of them.
- (a) Everybody likes flower.
(b) We use flowers on different occasions.
(c) We need flowers so that we may decorate a place.
(d) No other flower is as good as rose.
(e) For increasing the demand of flowers day by day, we should cultivate flowers on commercial basis.
- (a) Illiteracy is greater than any other problem in Bangladesh.
(b) So the literacy rate in Bangladesh is not very rich.
(c) It is so poor that it cannot be imagined.
(d) Isn’t it the duty of the educated people to educate the illiterate?
(e) Necessary steps have been taken to eradicate illiteracy by the government.
- (a) Once there was a king whose name was Lear.
(b) He had a daughter and he loved her very much.
(c) One day going to countryside, she was accompanied by her friends.
(d) She saw a young man who was playing on his flute.
(e) The music was very nice.
- (a) Nazi Muhammad Muhsin was not an unkind man.
(b) Didn’t he inherit vast property from his father and sister?
(c) He was unmarried.
(d) When he was alive he spent money lavishly to help the poor.
(e) One night at the time of his saying prayer a thief broke into his room.
- (a) It is more famous than most other schools in our district.
(b) Government established the school in 1850.
(c) How charming the scenery of the school is!
(d) There js a garden infront of the school which is very large.
Or, There is a large flower garden which is in front of the school.
(e) They are never insincere to their duties.
- (a) It was a fool who was sitting by the side of a village road.
(b) Holes were being dug in several places by him.
(c) He saw the strange appearance of the fool and asked him about the reason of his action.
(d) None but those who leave the straight road, will fall into my pit.
(e) The minister then asked to know his occupation.
Or, The minister them asked him about his occupation.
- 30. (a) No other weapon is as dangerous as corruption to destroy a society.
(b) It is the curse which lies in every phase of our society.
(c) The government has taken some drastic steps against the corruption.
(d) The persons in the high rank of the society being involved in corruption have become millionaires through corruption.
(e) How essential social awareness to resist corruption is!
- 31. (a) Mango is sweeter than most other fruits in the world.
(b) People sell the mangoes and earn a lot of money.
(c) This place is visited by people over the country.
(d) When it is summer, mangoes are ripe.
(e) Would that I could visit this place!
- (a) It is health which is wealth.
(b) A sick moneyed man is not as happy as a healthy poor man.
(c) A healthy man is an asset to his family but an unhealthy man is a liability.
(d) Can he not succeed in life?
(e) So everybody must be conscious of his health.
- (a) Once upon a time there was a girl whose name was jesmin.
(b) She was a nice little girl but not an ordinary child.
(c) Did she not pass her time in reading and writing?
(d) Her parents did not dislike her at all.
(e) They aid not understand the reason of her being so different from the other children of the locality.
- (a) How difficult Amina’s life was!
(b) One day getting loan from Grameen Bank she started to make a plan.
(c) She bought a dheki so that she could husk rice.
(d) She worked very hard but there was happiness in her heart.
(e) She was not a lazy and irresponsible loanee.
- (a) Truthfulness is greater than all other virtues in a man.
(b) It may not make one rich, but it brings peace of mind.
(c) Who does not respect a truthful person?
(d) By whom is not a truthful person loved?
(e) It is truthfulness which may lead the whole world to peace and happiness.
- (a) No other problem in our country is as great as poverty.
(b) Many do not labour hard and try to better their condition.
(c) Their fate is only cursed by them.
(d) Man is the maker of his own fortune.
(e) Without working hard they cannot remove their condition.
- (a) There is nobody but wants friends.
(b) As the heart is formed for love, it cannot happy without the opportunity of giving / receiving love.
(c) You cannot receive affection without giving it also.
(d) Can you be happy without it?
(e) Love is divine and everybody wants love.
- (a) Is it known to you?
(b) A boy who is industrious will shine in life.
(c) A life with an assignment is not a fake or an unactual/imaginary life.
(d) None can receive any reward without working hard.
(e) It is evident that very few virtues are as/so great as industry.
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- (a) What an exciting game cricket is!
(b) This game is enjoyed by people of all ages.
(c) At present no other game is as popular as cricket in our country.
(d) Bangladesh is weaker than most other test playing countries.
(e) Aren’t they fond of watching “twenty – twenty” cricket?
- (a) The Albatross was shot by the old sailor.
(b) At this the sailors were not very pleased with him.
(c) As their throats were dry, they could not speak.
(d) By killing the bird, the old sailor brought bad luck to the sailors.
(e) What an unlucky day it was!
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