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English 2nd Paper | Fill in the blanks with words from the box 51-114
Bangladesh is (a) —densely populated country, but a large number (b) — her people are unemployed, is not possible (c) — her to ensure employment to the teeming millions. Self-employment is (d) -possible solution to this problem. It means that people themselves should explore avenues (e) — se’ employment. Facilities for training in (f) — trades and vocations are available (g) — the country. TK youths, in particular, can train themselves in any of these trades and turn (h) — a useful manpower, (i) — government also provides easy loans and counseling with a view to helping them start (j) —independent earning activity.
We cannot altogether get (a) — of our waste but a proper management (b) — it can certainly reduce (c) —. If we think (d) — burning, burying, recycling and thus manage our (e) —, we can, to a large extent, save our environment. Our (f) — consists of various kinds of things. Some are burnable’ (g) — are non-burnable. In some countries waste is destroyed (h) — incinerators. The non-burnable (i) — is melted and prefabricated. Some rubbish is not rubbish (j) — all.
Although blind people cannot read, their sense of (a) — becomes far more developed than that (b) — most sighted people. This ability was put to use, (c) — a brilliant man called Louis Braille. In (d) — early nineteenth century, he invented (e) — way of writing which bears his name. The Braille (f) — reproduces the letters of the alphabet by a series of dots (g) — certain positions, which are raised (h) — the paper. The blind person runs the tips of his fingers across the pages of the Braille book, and can work out (i) — printed letters and numbers. In this way, he reads (j) — book using his sense of touch.
Bangladesh has (a) — huge population. Our educational institutions are also few. We have (b) —too many students (c) — educate, compared (d) — the number of institutions available. Bangladesh needs more schools, colleges and universities to provide (e) — the increasing number of students. But owing (f) — and resource constraints, (g) — government cannot fund the requisite number of education institutions, (h) — present every educational institution is overcrowded and class size is unusually large. As facilities (i) — these institutions are poor, (j) — students do not get a standard education.
Television, a source of much knowledge, pleasure and information and (a) — widely used media mass communication, is now being looked at from a different point of view. Is the TV really doing good especially to the youngsters of our new generation? It is (b) — important question both to ask and to answer indeed. Looked from an educative point (c) — view, the TV is to be considered one of the most effective means of educating both (d) — students and the public as a whole. Again, it has almost become the most effective and popular means of people’s recreation. Films, dramas, songs, dances, cornered,
series all these are very (e) — packages of programmers. As a means of communications TV is, though not the most important, yet the most effective and useful means of communication. Up (f) — this point, we must say that the TV is doing good to our youngsters (g) — educating them and by giving them recreational facilities. But as far as the satellite TV is concerned, we cannot say this (h) — certainty. The commercial package programmers broadcast (i) — satellite TVs are detrimental to our young generation, per vicious to our societies, threatening (j) — our values and traditions and religious beliefs.
Every year the Nobel Prize is awarded (a) — outstanding contributions to (b) — fields of science, literature, and economics for the promotion of peace. It is the world’s most (c) — prize. If there are more than one recipient, the prize money is divided equally (d) — the winners. The prize was instituted (e) — Sir Alfred Nobel, the father of the science of (f) —. He invented dynamite. Though Nobel was born (g) — Sweden, he was educated in Russia, (h) — this important invention, he became famous all over the world. He earned a huge sum of money. The prize is given (i) — the interest of the money. The winners of (j) — Nobel Prize are treated with great respect across the globe.
Mrs. Zaman is (a) — housewife. She loves gossiping. She lives in (b) — apartments block. There are five more families in the building. She has (c) — experienced cook. So she does not have to do (d) — cooking. Almost everyday around eleven o’clock she used to visit one (e) — her neighbors in the apartments mostly (f) — gossip, (g) — of the housewives she visits do not have much house (h) — and they use this time to cook, clean or do (i) — household chores. But Mrs. Zaman does not seem to be bothered. She does not mind discussing other personal matters (j) — one family with other.
Television has become (a) — most common and most wide spread (b) — of entertainment of the present world. A wide range (c) — programmers of varied interest is telecast (d) — numerous channels. Almost every middle class and even (e) — class families have (f) — television set today. Television programmers are not (g) — entertaining; they can be highly educative too. (h) — example, television is used for distance learning. Courses run by (i) — Open University are shown (j) — BTV by them.
It is difficult to drive (a)’— Bangladesh if you have no (b) — of driving here. Drivers change lanes (c) —. As (d) — foreigner you may find lane changing (e) — signal quite distressing. Even drivers drive defying rules. Many people are not (f) — all conscious (g) — traffic signals. They go around not knowing what may happen (h) — them if accident occurs. Rickshaw and baby-taxis move in and out (i) — a zigzag course and try (j) — push through whenever they find some space.
The destruction (a) — forests and other habitats is causing the extinction (b) — various plants and animals everyday. In the last 25 years (c) — the world has lost one third of its (d) — wealth. Forests are being cut down. Moreover, they are being burnt (e) — resulting in an increase (0 — carbon dioxide and ultimately the water level is rising as (g) — consequence of global warming. It is anticipated that (h) — new century will face (i) — overwhelming environments catastrophe. It is therefore imperative to check (j) — reckless pollution of the environment.
Electronic mail, popularly known as ‘e-mail’, is (a) — communication of textual messages via (b) — means. Although telex communication is also electronic (c) — nature, there are differences between (d) — telex and an ‘e-mail’. While telex (e) — is terminal to terminal, electronic mail (f) — is user to user via computer. In telex, messages destined to a (g) — of users are sent to (h) — same terminal from where it is distributed in a printed form by (i) — operator. On the other hand, e-mail is delivered to individual electronic mail boxes based (j) —computers.
Once upon a time there lived (a) — the city of Baghdad a young bachelor who was (b) — trade a porter. One day he sat in (c) — market place leaning idly against his basket, (d) — young woman dressed in rare silks and cloaked in a gold (e) — mantle, stopped before him and (f) — raised her veil. Beneath it there showed (g) — eyes with long lashes and lineaments of perfect beauty. Lift (h) — your basket, porter, she said in a sweet voice, and follow me. At once the porter took (i) — his basket, thinking to himself. This is indeed a lucky day! He followed her until she stopped at the door of (j) — house and knocked.
Young people often consider learning poetry by (a) — a tiresome drudgery. But the learning (b) — poetry has great advantage (c) — merely reading it. Poems that have been learnt become (d) — permanent personal possession. The mind is enriched with (e) — store of beautiful or lofty thoughts and ideas-(f) — may be a source of pleasure, comfort and (g) — at times when the books are not at hand. Poems? Selected for learning, however, should be worthy of the time to be spent on them and should be those (h) — make a strong appeal to the learner. The (i) — way to learn a poem to memory is not to learn it line by line, but to read the whole poem aloud over and over (j) — until it is thoroughly known.
Self-employment means (a) — create job opportunity for oneself by (b) — own effort. Various government organizations are trying (c) — create a congenial atmosphere (d) — self-employment Different NGOs have (e) — rendered their help. Livestock rearing, agricultural (f) — , poultry raising are some of (g) — sectors. There are many opportunities (h) — self-employment (i) — Bangladesh. One can easily engage (j) — in these jobs.
We find changes (a) — amusement and entertainment that have taken place over time. Common (b) — of entertainment (c) — snake charming, puppet shows, jargon being popular in the (d) — are gradually losing their appeal. They are dying (e) —. We don’t find the existence of many (f) — these. Now people like (g) enjoy TV. They prefer concert, disco, pop etc. All (h) — changes that have taken place today are not considered good. Sometimes people are bound (i) — receive some bad aspects (j) — western culture.
Researchers have proved that (a) — average life span of a rickshaw-puller is five years less (b) — any other type (c) — laborers. Diseases like bronchitis, asthma, thrombosis and rheumatoid arthritis are very prevalent (d) — the rickshaw-pullers. Not only is their physical labor daunting but (e) — rickshaws-puller has to endure a lot of physical abuse (f) — the roads. Tannery laborers are the (g) — victims of the gases produced in (h) — factories. Most of them are exposed (i) — these poisonous gases constant as they live in adjacent slums, (j) — laborers do not wear protective gloves, aprons, masks or boots.
Mr. Rashid, a retired government officer (a) — his late sixties, has become very lonely since his wife die (b) — year ago. He has two sons but they are much (c) — busy with their own lives (d) — give him any time. Not that they are unkind to him. They permit him (e) — whatever physical comfort he needs but — he really wants is love. Their lack of (g) — makes him sad. But none seems (h) — realize that. His little grandchild Samara is (i) — apple of his eye, his only companion at home and (j) — great source of delight.
prince Hamlet was troubled by (a) — uncertainty about the manner (b) — his father’s death. His uncle Claudius had given out that (c) — snake had bitten the king. But young Hamlet had (d) — suspicion that Claudius himself had murdered him (e) — crown. While his mind was troubled (f) — these doubts and anxieties, a word came to him (g) — for three nights the ghost of the dead king had been seen (h) — soldiers on watch upon the platform before the palace. The ghost came always, dressed in the (i) — suit of arm our that the king was known to have worn. The ghost did not answer when (j) — soldiers spoke to him.
As I grew older, and chose my (a) — reading, I rushed to comic papers and penny-bloods, (b) — youth of today can have-no idea what (c) — wonderful period that was (d) — penny-bloods. It was the golden age (e) — thrillers and I read them all. Some old people, when they saw me reading these (f) — train on my way to school, would shake (g) — heads and say they wondered my parents allowed it. But my father(h) — man of great sympathy and good sense, took a (i) — and tolerant view. He argued that if I had any sense, I would grow out (j) — this type of reading.
A parliament is the house where (a) — legislators make and change laws (b) — the nation. In the, parliament, the party in power and the (c) — debate to make new law or change or nullify the old one. The Parliament House, (d) — Bangladesh is called the Jatiya Sangsad. It is situated at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka. Our Parliament House is (e) — wonder of modern architecture and (f) —. It is a very expensive house. The surrounding area (g) — the House covers a large area. So, this place should be the centre of solving major problems of (h) — country. If all the members of the parliament act (i) — for the welfare of the country, the main purpose of this House will be fulfilled and the huge cost of (j) — public money will be utilized properly.
A teacher leads (a) — group of people, large or small. Leadership is necessary in every sphere (b) — life. No institution or organization, political party or government can function (c) — a leader. The activities of the followers are organized (d) — the leader to reach goal. It goes (e) — saying that good leader plays valuable role in his organization, (f) — the qualities of leadership top importance may be given to devotion to (g) — cause. A leader believes in a cause which is primary for the good of his (h) — or party. He inspires his followers to devote (i) — to that cause and fight for it (j) — his leadership.
Black holes are produced by (a) — stars. They are called black holes not because there are real holes (b) — reality but because (c) — cannot be seen as there is no light coming out (d) — them. When after burning for billions of years stars reach the end of their (e) —, their energy does not disappear, (f) — burning core becomes very small like (g) — pinpoint but its weight is as much as (h) — star. It also has tremendous gravity and this gravity pulls towards it everything that comes (i) — it. Although black holes cannot be seen through telescopes, their presence can be identified. They are like gigantic magnets (j) — space.
To have a good (a) —, everybody has to maintain some rules of health, (b) — everyone it is essential to bear (c) — good health. Whenever we feel weak, we are to go to (d) — doctor. Every doctor will suggest (e) — to take physical exercise because it is (f) — essential medicine for many of the diseases. Regular exercise is important (g) — us in many of the diseases. Muscles and nerves to work (h) —. It helps us to breathe more (i) — and the blood to circulate all the parts of the body. If anybody takes (j) — exercise, he should take rest properly and sleeps as well, and he should take proper food regularly.
Bangladesh gained independence (a) — the oppressive regime of the Pakistani rulers (b) — the last century. But the life of the people has (c) — been shaped by tragedy. Poverty, malnutrition, (d) — population growth, illiteracy, unstable (e) — condition etc. are adversely affecting our country. Despite (f) — negative aspects; we have certain to be proud (g) —. The 21st of February, our language day has been declared (h) — International Mother Language Day by UNESCO. Again, 16th December, our victory Day is a day to be cherished by (i) — whole nation. Moreover, in (j) — field of literature, art and culture we have — produced great poets, novelists, and artists.
Sakhina has brought (a) — great economic change in her family (b) — short time. Her work can have a far reaching effect on other rural women. They will be inspired and come (c) — to attend different (d) — programmers like Sakhina. After taking some training, they will be able to earn money (e) — their family Then they will be (f) — to think in a wider sense. They will also be able (g) — uphold the standard o* their living and send their children (h) — schools. Ultimately, the number of earning members among (i — rural women will be increased soon. And in (j) — long run, it will create positive influence upon our national economy.
Of all the creatures in (a) — world, humans are (b) — the most ill-equipped, (c) — human being cannot like bird, outrun a leopard, swim like (b) — alligator, nor climb trees like a monkey. A (e) — does not have the claw of (f) — eagle, nor the eye and teeth (g) — a wild cat. Physically, humans are defenseless, (h) — tiny insect can kill them. But nature is (i) — and kind. Nature’s greatest gift to hums’ kind is the ability (j) — think.
(a ) — important advantage (b) — e-mail is its ability to reduce the consumption (c) — paper in the office Internal memos and reports can be exchanged (d) — using paper. Being a computer (e) — messaging system, files prepared (f) — computers can be instantly copied and (g) — exchanged as e-mail. This (h) — has the potential (i) — improving office efficiency (j) —.
Education is the process (a) — which our mind develops through formal learning at (b) — institution a school, college, or university. It is mental and (c) — training which provides opportunities (d) — growth and helps to meet challenges and overcome (e) — to progress. Again, the purpose of (f) — is: enlighten (g) — individual and develop his/her capacity to the limit. It is also the business of (h) —to train individuals to make the right choices to go (i) —. It ennobles our mind and refines our sensibility, also broadens our outlook and helps us become aware (j) — our rights and responsibilities.
Television is a wonderful invention (a) — modern science. It has become the most (b) — and widespread source (c) — entertainment. It has refined our taste (d) — various programmers on many channels. Almost every family has (e) — television set today. There are many programmers (f) — are educative and constructive. Several channels (g) — the Discovery Channel and the National Geographic Channel telecast (h) — informative programmers. Satellite television has added (i) — new dimension to c personal life. But it has also bad (j) — on our society and culture.
Decibel is the name of (a) — unit by which we measure the loudness (b) — sound. We can tolerate (c) — 45 decibels of (d) —. When the vibration of sound is (e) — than 45 decibels we called it (f) Noise causes serious harm to our ear. (g) — study in Japan considers primary school teaching to be c’ of (h) — noisiest occupations. Public (i) — can control sound pollution to (j) — great extent .
What is the role of men and women (a) — our society? The common answer would be that (b) — man is the guide, protector, and provider (c) — his wife and children. A woman’s role is that of wife, mother and (d) —. It was a common early belief that men should be (e) — bread-winners and women should be busy (f) — home preparing food. In addition, women would give birth to and bring (g) — children woman had to be feminine, (h) — meant she had to be soft, weak, submissive and dependent on me — her care and protection. More than anything else, it was held that women lacked competency efficiency. But women have proved this otherwise throughout (j) — world, including Bangladesh.
The central Shaheed Minar was built to make (a) — memory of the martyrs immortal who laid (b) — their lives in 1952 in the historical Language Movement (c) — the cause of our mother tongue. Significance of the Shaheed Minar (d) — our national life is very great. It symbolizes all the (e) — of Bengali identity and nationalism. It has been designed to focus (f) — Language Movement as the central concept. The basic horizontal and vertical (g) — of the Shaheed Minar express the concept of Bengali solidarity and unity of their national identity. The vertical lines of the design suggest the (h) — strength of the nation and the four columns on both sides of the central (i) — suggest the balance and harmony of a united stand. Thus the Shaheed Minar is not a mere mausoleum but it stands (j) — our national hopes and insipration.
(a) — problem of student unrest has assumed gigantic proportions and threatened to destroy (b) — academic atmosphere of our (c) — institutions. It is quite common to see students resorting (d) — strikes, boycotting examinations and even taking law (e) — their own hand. They behave more like industrial or political workers rather than as students, (f) — political leaders instigate students to take to the streets to further their political interests. They use (g) — as tool to accomplish their own political goal, (h) — affect their studies and even destroys their life. There is, however, cure (i) — this malady, but it requires (j) — strong resolve and political will to solve the problem.
Though Bangladesh is (a) — small country, it has three World Heritage Sites. The (b) — Shat Gombuj Mosque of Bagerhat is one (c) — them. It is situated (d) — the suburbs of .the city of Bagerhat. (e) — mosque was built (f) — the 15th century. Khan Jahan Ali was the founder of it. He was (g) — great religious leader. He did many works for the (h) — of his people. He made a big lake like tank (i) — for storing water. Today his is found beside mausoleum (j) — tank.
Education, to speak (a) — general terms, is two kinds—vocational and humane, (b) — former makes the illiterate fit for work aimed (c) — material prosperity and (d) — latter aims at making man. This is (e) — age of hard contest in (f) — field of world economy and technological (g) —. All human beings have the capability to become citizens, but mere (h) — is not enough. It needs developing (i) — training. This can be easily done (j) — human education.
Jerry was a boy (a) — rare qualities. He was (b) — orphan boy of twelve in the orphanage of (c) — Carolina mountains. The most (d) — quality is his integrity. He was very (e) — and did not like subterfuge. When the axe handle broke, he took (f) — responsibility of his own fault. He was (g) — boy of great. soul Though he was employed only (h) — chop wood, he did many extra jobs for (i) — authoress. He put some dry wood (j) — the cubby hole so that she might use them in case of sudden wet weather.
Various methods can be adopted to solve (a) — problem related to agriculture. By taking some (b) — measures the problem can be better dealt (c) —. The newly emerging contract farming can prove to be (d) — very feasible one as private agri-business firm now tend to hire small pieces of lands (e) — contract basis (f) — the owners. After uniting all these pieces of lands they make use of the most (g) — machineries which bring a huge harvest. The (h) — of land .reclamation involves difficulty as it is (i) — time consuming method. However, if we develop secured (j) — food habit, this will also help to solve our food problem.
People like origami because it is (a) — nice pastime. As a form (b) — decorative plaything, origami takes (c) — form of birds, fish, insects, animals, geometrical figures, sometimes (d) — flexible parts to imitate the (e) — of real life. Objects it is (f) — source of getting pleasure (g) — any care and anxiety. There are (h) — people who like pastime at home and origami such is (i) — kind of pastime which is done (j) —home.
Malala has become (a) — very famous name recently. She is a 14-year old Pakistani girl speaking (b) — for right of girls to study. She was (c) — like many other ordinary girls in Asia. But suddenly (d) —Taliban’s demolished girls’ schools and set a (e) — on girls going to schools in her area. Malala protested this not only (f) — speaking in public but also telling the world (g) — Internet. In October: 2011, she received nomination for the International Children’s Peace Prize. The state (h) — bestowed various honours on her. But on October 9, 2012, she was shot on (i) — head by some unknown assassins. She survived but people all over the world protested this heinous act. Today Malala ha become (j) — symbol of protest against oppression on girls education.
Throwing acid at women is one of (a) — most cruel forms of violence (b) — women. This type oppression has continued (c) — rises and become one of the major forms of (d) — against women. Nowadays it is so common (e) — we have started to accept it as (f) — part of our daily life, just as have accepted road accident. One of the most gruesome (g) — behind it is revenge. Refusing one’s (h) —or marriage proposal, not giving (i) — permission of second marriage, failure to give dowry are common factors for (j) — perpetration of acid throwing.
After being successful (a) — moon landing, scientists took another leap. The scientists looked (b) — Moon to Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, (c) — Mariner, Skylab, Soyuj were on the way to these planets (d) — further explorations. Pictures (e) — Mars were transmitted to the earth from these spacecrafts giving me vital clues (f) — the existence of any life in that planet. Pioneer II and Viking II were also (g) — launched to send (h) — innumerable data of space. New lights were thrown about (i) — origin of the earth from these data and many age-old theories and (j) — were eliminated.
In an automatic camera, (a) — focus is already adjusted to let in the right amount (b) — light. Light is a very important factors (c) — photography. Professional photographers become experts in deciding (d) — is (e) — right angle and distance to take perfect photographs. Most photographs are posed, but sometimes the subject or people are not (f) —. These are called candid photographs. In the 1830s,(g) — English scientist William Henry Fox Talbot first introduced the light sensitive paper (h) — is use as negatives for taking pictures. Sometimes photographs can also be composed. It is now possible to take photographs of moving objects as well, (i) — movie camera actually takes many still pictures every second. In fact the fastest camera in (j) — world produces 33,000 million pictures every second.
Rokeya is a Bangladeshi girl who is (a) — to finish school but she has riot hopes of going (b) — to college. Like millions (c) — other parents, Rokeya’s parents think (d) — educating a daughter is (e) — waste of time and (f) —. They have decided that they will now marry her (g) — and use their scarce (h) — for their son’s education. Rokeya used to worry (i) — lessons and tests, but now she worries more (j) — getting married and having children.
Origami is a craft in (a) — paper given different shapes by folding it. (b) — this, paper is neither cut nor pasted. We don’t know much (c) — its origin. But in the orient, people have practiced it for (d) —.to the Japanese, it is (e) — sophisticated art form and there it is (f) — prized for decoration and ceremonies. It takes the forms (g) — birds, fish, insects, animals and geometric (h) —. Some of them are made with flexible parts (i) — imitating the movements (j) — real life objects.
(a) — last century cannot be forgotten. Medical science has improved (b) —. Many European colonies have (c) — become independent. The super powers were opposed (d) — each other ideologically. Germany was divided (e) — the Second World War. Many countries (f) — Europe, Africa and Latin America were colonized. Two Germans were united in the eighties. Socialism collapsed (g) — the end of the cold war. Atomic energy was misused (h) — America in the Second World War. There is (i) — echo of reunification all over the world. Widespread death and destruction is caused (j) — war.
We waited for (a) — asparagus to be cooked. Panic seized me. It was not (b) — question now how much money I should have left for the (c) — of the month, but whether I had (d) — to pay the bill. It would be painful to find myself ten francs (e) — and obliged to borrow from my guest. I could not bring (f) — to do that. I knew exactly how much I had and if the bill came to more I made (g) — my mind that I would put my hand in my pocket and with a dramatic cry stand (h) — and say that it had been picked. If she had not money enough either to pay the bill, then (i) — only thing would be to leave my watch and say I would come (j) — and pay later.
Electricity, gas and water are (a) — most valuable productive energy resources of our country. We cannot do a single day (b) — these things. Our mills, factories, industries etc. run (c) — the help of these things. They are sources of our energies. If there is a (d) — system loss in the supply of these things, all activities will stop, (e) — country will suffer from terrible consequences if we are not cautious enough of the proper use of our resources. Besides, there won’t be no energy left (f) — the future generation to continue their daily activities, (g) — present we’re facing energy crisis. Mills, factories, industries etc. stop functioning (h) — load-shedding. Again production of electricity isn’t possible if there’s not (i) — gas and water. Anyhow, we should be very much (j) — of the uses of these resources.
Two of the (a) — religion of the world are Islam and Christianity. Although seemingly similar, (b) — two faiths share several fundamental (c) — and practices. Both worship the same deity, whom the Christians term God and the Muslims call Allah. For (d) — of His guidance and inspiration, the Christian turns to his holy book, the Bible. The Muslims, too, has a (e) — book, the Quran, which guides his prayers and gives (f) — to his life. The Ten Commandments and (g) — Sermon on the Mount provide a code of ethics for the (h) — of all Christians, Similarly all Muslims subscribe (i) — the Hadith and the five Pillars of Faith for daily worship. Such basic difference in code and conduct illustrate (j) — shared heritage of Islam and Christianity.
It is education which is the fundamental rights of (a) — human being. No progress is possible (b) — it. Most of the people (c) — Bangladesh are uneducated owing to poverty. The (d) — section of our population is deprived of (e) — knowledge of health, sanitation and population control, the educated persons how to live a healthy and planned life. Education teaches us how (f) — earn and spend well. It helps us to choose the right, (g) — produce more and carry out our social responsibilities. It (h) — helps us to adopt a rational attitude. It provides us with (i) — enlightened awareness. And this awareness is (j) — precondition for social development.
One who lays down one’s life for the betterment and welfare of (a) — motherland, occupies the glorious position of a martyr. Shaheed Dr.Shamsuzzoha is such a proud son of our beloved motherland. He the first intellectual (b) — attained martyrdom during the pre-liberation period of Bangladesh on 18′ February, 1969. After the failure of the trumped (c) — Agartala conspiracy case, Sergeant Zohurul Haque was killed in the prison (d) — the Ayub Khan Govt. on 15 February, 1969. After that a flame of pratest ablased throughout the erstwhile East Pakistan. The (e) — situation also prevailed in Rajshahai city where Section 144 was imposed to prevent (f) — agitating people from taking part in any protest. But the students of Rajshahai University were spirited and bold enough to bring (g) — a procession in violation 144 that subsequently lead them to be locked in (h) — clash with the police and the armed forces. Finally, it resulted in the martydom (i) — Dr. Zoha who was shot (j) — the armed forces.
Human civilization has achieved much (a) — the help of computer. Computer is a (b) — recent invention. It has now become an important part (c) — modern life. It has greatly benefited us and brought (d) — revolutionary changes in our life. Any device that helps people carry(e) — mathematical calculation may be called a computer. In this (f) — the abacus is a simple computer. Today, however, the term computer refers to (g) — special kind of electronic machine (h) — can perform mathematical calculation and process large masses of information at (i) — great speed. In a few minutes (j)—computer can perform calculation that trained mathematicians would need years to complete.
(a) — their utter surprise, they may notice or experience (b) — which are diametrically opposite (c) — their culture. You may overcome culture shock (d) — when you become accustomed to the new way (e) — life. People working or studying (f) — often find themselves (g) — surprising environment. this experience can be called culture shock. If they go to (h) — country of very different customs and behaviors patterns, they may find that all (i) — their expectation about people of that country are not valid. This mismatch between their expectations and reality may cause confusion (j) — sometime.
A World Heritage Site is a (a) — which is naturally, culturally or historically (b) — and is recognized by UNESCO according (c) — the World Heritage Convention 1972. Though (d) — small country, Bangladesh is blessed with three World Heritage Sites, (e) — Shat Gombuj Mosque at Bagerhat represents Mughal architecture. The Buddhist Vihara (f) — Paharpur was also famous for its religious.(g) —. The Sundarbans is the 52nd World Heritage Site and is the largest mangrove forest of (h) — world, World Heritage Sites possess universal value. The Shat Gombuj Mosque is situated in (i) — suburbs of Bagerhat. We expect that this mosque will be preserved (j) — further decay.
Dr. Zoha is considered to be (a) — first intellectual who attained martyrdom (b) — the pre-liberation period of Bangladesh. After the killing (c) — Sergeant Zohurul Haque in prison a (d) — of protest spread throughout the erstwhile East Pakistan. Section 144 was imposed (e) — Rajshahi city but the students of Rajshahi University took (f) — a procession violating section 144. Several students were injured as (g) — result of a clash (h) — the police. On February 14, tension grew on the campus and the student decided to violate section 144. The armed forces were deployed. The students set (i) — parked army jeep on fire, (j) — situation deteriorated further and one point Dr. Zoha was shot on the back.
The condition of the children (a) — developing countries is not at all satisfactory. UNICEF is (b) — organisation working for the welfare of (c) — children all over the world. So far (d) — have gained a remarkable progress in (e) — sector. They have been able to reduce infant mortality (f) — in Bangladesh. They have also made a great contribution to children’s education. Side (g) — side it works for the affected people during natural disasters. They also assist a (h) — of rehabilitation programmers in Bangladesh. They have also succeeded (i) — controlling contagious childhood diseases in Bangladesh. So the necessity of such (j) — organisation is undeniable.
Recreation and entertainment has great (a) — and importance in our day to day life. There are two types (b) — recreation. They are outdoor recreation and indoor recreation, (c) — outdoor recreation again can be classified (d) — three parts. They are games and sports, picnic and (e) — and walking and exercise. Different indoor games (f) — carom, chess, table-tennis etc. watching television, video and film and reading various sorts (g) — books are known as indoor recreation. Recreation has immense value and utility. Both forms (h) — recreation, outdoor and indoor provide vitality and strength (i) — our body and mind. They reduce tension and give us great relief. They also provide us pure pleasure and (j) — lot of enjoyment.
The foods we take (a) — our body, supply us (b) — important substances (c) — order to maintain healthy life, we need other substances small known (d) — vitamins. They are substances formed (e) — plants or animals. They can be supplied to the body (f) — minute quantities (g) — vital process must continue undisturbed. When there is a lack of vitamins (h) — our body, diseases will attack us. Lack of vitamin (i) — affects our vision. However long (j) — man knew about vitamins.
The Sundarbans is an attractive tourist spot (a) — Bangladesh. It is the largest mangrove forest in (b) — world. It is situated in Khulna. It is (c) — 350 kms away from Dhaka by land. It covers (d) — part of Satkhira, Bagerhat and Barguna districts. Its (e) — is 3600 square kilometers, (f) — Royal Bengal Tiger, spotted deer, estuarine crocodile, huge number (g) — monkeys, pythons etc. are some of the (h) — species of this forest. It produces honey, wood and wax. It is the 522nd World Heritage Site in (i) — world. We feel proud of this great (j) — forest.
Last night I sat listening to (a) — African folk story about birds who were invited (b) — a feast in the sky. Joyously they began to decorate their bodies (c) — beautiful pattern in order to attend the party. Tortoise, full of abhorrence, soon learnt (d) — it and began to rattle at the (e) — as he had not been invited (f) — he was not a bird. Due to famine he had not taken a good meal (g) — a long time and his body itched like a (h) — of dry skin. So he devised a plan to go to the sky. He requested the birds to take him (i) — them. The birds knew about his ingratitude and his capacity for mischief. So they declined (j) — take him with them.
After the invention of (a) — art of writing, literacy was first institutionalized (b) — Mesopotamia, Syria and Egypt. Education then was the privilege (c) — the preferred few who played an important (d) — in the running of the state. In Greece education, however, spread widely in (e) — 5th century BC .The Greeks used to send only their (f) — children to school. After the conquest of Rome (g) — the Greeks, the Romans developed a strong tradition (h) — literacy. The Romans gave importance to (i) — acquiring of knowledge about agriculture and warfare, (j) — their children.
Holidays at proper intervals are (a) — necessary for young people and for those engaged (b) — hard dull work; for continuous work, (c) — a break, will injure the health, and may cause a (d) — break-down, (e) — short holiday, rightly used, will send us back to our work with renewed gets advisor.(f) —phrase rightly used’ is (g) — course, very important .for holidays may be abused if the holiday is spent (h) —stupid word ,or in an exhausting round of boring amusements or by being shut (i) —in stuffy rooms drinking and playing ,or (j) —any other idle way, the boy or man will come back to his work tired.
Rockets are very (a) — as they can be used only once. Scientists have (b) —, developed a reusable spacecraft called Space Shuttle (c) — takes off like a rocket but does not get destroyed as it comes back (d) — earth. It can also be used to launch satellites (e) — space, retrieve them from space if any repairing is needed and allows (f) — 7-8 scientists to carry out experiments in space. It does not fall into water like (g) — command module of a rocket but smoothly lands on (h) — runway like a plane. When it is ready for (i) — next launching, new fuel tank is fitted in it. This way science can save huge expense of building (j) — new rocket every time they need one.
Corruption has been the burning question of (a) — world. Bangladesh is considered to be (b) — most corrupted country (c) — World Bank. Whatever it is, it is really a matter of (d) —. Our bureaucrats, high officials, business magnates, all are involved (e) — corruption. We do not know how (f) — escape this curse. Our poverty cannot be alleviated if we do not correct ourselves. We will not be able (g) — keep anything good for our (h) — generation. Only patriotic zeal can inspire our society to shun this (i) —.we are hopeful that our country will really turn (j) — golden Bengal if we are honest.
The term ‘communication’ can be defined (a) — different ways. But basically it aims (b) — exchanging information, news, feelings and ideas (c) — two parties – a sender and a receiver. Communication is, in fact, of two type’s verbal and non-verbal communication, (d) — latter means the communication we make by different kinds of gesture. In our (e) — life, we express anger disproval, agreement or disagreement or happiness (f) — non-verbal communication such as by smiling nodding, or by any gestures. When we are at a distance, we have no way to avoid this type (g) — communication. It is made by the children or persons (h) — are impaired of hearing and dumb. They make gestures and signs with their hands and fingers, (i) —. Traffic police also use this type of communication. So, this is not less important than other forms (j) — communication.
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