HSC English First Paper Unit 5 Lesson 2: Affectionate > শিক্ষার্থীরা NCTB সিলেবাস অনুযায়ী এইচএসসি HSC. English for Today বইয়ে বেশকিছু নতুন বিষয় যুক্ত করা হয়েছে। জাগোরিকে আমাদের নতুন যুক্ত হওয়া উত্তরণ আলোকে Model Question প্রকাশ করেছি। এরই ধারাবাহিকতায় এই পোস্টে তোমরা এইচএসসি HSC english 1st paper Model Question 32. Unit Five: Youthful Achievers. Lesson 2: Affectionate, Lively and Always Smiling Sheikh Kamal PART-1: READING TEST. সম্পর্কে জানতে পারবে। এই প্যাসেজটি নেওয়া হয়েছে, Unit Five: Youthful Achievers এর Lesson-2 (Part-1) থেকে। সম্পূর্ণ Model Question টি তোমরা উত্তরসহ পাবে।
Model Question 32
Unit Five: Youthful Achievers
Lesson 2: Affectionate, Lively and Always Smiling Sheikh Kamal
HSC English First Paper Unit 5 Lesson 2: Affectionate
PART-1: READING TEST
- Read the passage and answer the questions A and B.
After the war of independence was over, I continued to meet Kamal in the university. But on his return from the army he became busier and busier in politics, while I took to studying seriously and frequenting the library of the University of Dhaka regularly all day long and into early evenings. Nevertheless, even in brief exchanges Kamal, now the son of the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, made me feel that I was close to him. for he would not only exchange pleasantries but would also ask about me caringly and in the friendliest of manner. Friendliness came naturally to Sheikh Kamal and more often than not, he would greet you with a smile before you could do so.
There are two other occasions when I met Sheikh Kamal at this time. In the first. I was among the group of students who had secured the top positions in their Honors class and met Professor Abdul MatinChoudhury, our Vice-Chancellor in his office. The meeting was organized at Kamal’s initiative. The idea was that we would find the encounter inspirational and our Vice-Chancellor would get to meet a cross-section of the top performing students of a particular year to hear from them how the university could augment its academic facilities for future students.
The second occasion was in late July 1975 when I was leaving the Arts Building to go to TSC for lunch. As I was about to leave, I saw Kamal coming down from his car to attend classes. As always, he greeted me with his characteristic warm smile and wanted to know where I was heading to. When he found out, he insisted that he dropped me off at TSC, since he still had some minutes before his class. That was typical of Kamal. He was the son of Bangabandhu, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, and he still had time to spare for a friend!
That was the last time I would see Kamal, for two weeks later he was murdered, along with Bangabandhu and so many other family members. Among the dead was Kamal’s wife Sultana. another batch mate, an outstanding athlete and a very attractive person in every way. All of us were stunned by the events of August 15, 1975. The renegade murderous soldiers had left the nation drift for the immediate future and we had lost the father of our nation. Affectionate, lively and always smiling Kamal would no more greet us, batch mates and make us feel blessed in having him as a friend
Choose the answer from the alternatives :0.5 x 10 = 5
(a) The word ‘renegade’ means___
apostate ii. Loyaliii.politeiv. Obedient
(b) When did the author meet Kamal last?
In 1971 ii. In late 1975 iii. In 1974 iv. In 1973
(c) The word ‘inspirational’ mentioned in the passage refers to___
discouraging ii. Encouraging iii.destructive iv. constructive
(d) What is meant by ‘spare’?
Take ii. Receive iii. Give iv. Prepare
(e) The phrase ‘drop off’ in the text means to___
let someone go ii. give someone a lift
iii. reject someone iv. take someone to task
(f) What was very typical of Kamal?
To make new friends ii. To go for hang out
iii. To give lift to friend in his car iv. To play cricket
(g) An athlete is a person who is____
skilled in games and sports ii. a person skilled in running
iii.a person training other athletes iv. an expert cricketer
(h) What does the word ‘augment’ in the passage mean?
Curtail ii. Increase iii. Lessen iv. Reduce
(i) The word ‘stunned’ is a match for___
astonished ii. Surprised iii.both (i) and (ii) iv. none of these
(j) The word ‘typical’ can be best replaced by___
normal ii. Abnormal iii. Irregular iv. anomalous
- Answer the following questions: 3× 5 = 15
(a) What was the target of the meeting with the VC?
(b) When did the author meet Sheikh Kamal for the last time?
(c) How do you feel about the sad demise of Sheikh Kamal?
(d) What happened when the author met Sheikh Kamal for the second time?
(e) Do you think that Sheikh Kamal was a student friendly organizer and a leader?
Read the passage and complete the table below with the given information.1×5=5
The Bangladesh girls’ football team won the AFC Under 14 Regional Football Championship 2015 in Nepal and the team was dominated by Kalsindur footballers. Do you know the team that won the championship in AFC Under 14 Regional Football Tournament 2016 in Tajikistan also had eight Kalsindur girls including the captain and the highest scorer? Bangladesh National Women’s Football Team was champion in Hong Kong Under-15 Women’s Jockey Cup and Kalsindur girls led the match. They also proved themselves when Bangladesh shared championship jointly with Laos in the 1st Bangamata International Under-19 Woman Toumamant in 2019. Who could even think that these girls would seize the 1st SAFF under-18 Women Championship in Bhutan in 2018, remaining unbeaten? The whole nation was so overwhelmed at their success that the Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, gave them a warm reception at Ganabhaban where Tahura (the highest scorer in the tournament) along with her comrades requested her to nationalize their secondary school and the desire was fulfilled immediately.
|i.____||became champion||AFC Under 14 Regional Football Championship in Nepal||2015|
|The highest scorer||ii.____||AFC Under 14 Regional FootballTournament||2016|
|Bangladesh and Laos||were joint winners||iii.____||2019|
|The Prime Minister||gave a warm reception||at Ganabhaban||v.____|
Write a summary of the following text. 10
He came every day and cut my wood and did small helpful favors and stayed to talk. The days had become cold, and often I let him come inside the cabin. He would lie on the floor in front of the fire. with one arm across the pointer, and they would both doze and wait quietly for me. Other days they ran with a common ecstasy through the laurel, and he brought me back vermilion maple leaves, and chestnut boughs dripping with Imperial yellow. I was ready to go. I said to him. “You have been my friend, Jerry. I shall often think of you and miss you. Pat will missyou too. I am leaving tomorrow.”
He did not answer… and I watched him go in silence up the hill.
I expected him the next day, but he did not come… I closed the cabin and started the car… I stopped by the orphanage and left the cabin key and money… with Miss Clark. “And will you call Jerry for me to say good-bye to him?”
- Read the following text and fill in the blanks with suitable word from the box. There are more words than needed. Make any grammatical change if necessary.0.5 × 10=5
Many diseases are (a) ___at an (b)___rate, which experts believe is (c)___to the increased (d) ___of the environment. Pollution (e) ___to be greater in urban areas although rural societies too are (f) ___by the (g)___ use of chemical fertilizers and insecticides. Nevertheless, today city people (h)___ to suffer from many more diseases and suffer more (i)___ than country people. Now let us see how life in cities is (j)___from that in the country.
- Fill in the blanks with appropriate word in each gap. 1 x 10 = 10
The proper (a) ___of study involves regular and proper understanding. In order to (b) ___the best benefit from study, we should read (c) ___and intelligently. We should not study (d)___ for the purpose of (e)___ examinations. We should take genuine (f)___in our studies so that we can enjoy what we (g)___.This will give us knowledge and wisdom and (h) ___the horizon of our (i)___. We should, therefore, study not for immediate gains but for (j)___ the wealth of our mind.
Rearrange the following sentences to make a coherent order. 1 x 10 = 10
(a) Then he saw a spider trying hard to reach the ceiling of the cave.
(b) But it did not give up hope.
(c) The spider failed again and again to succeed in vain.
(d) Bruce saw the spider climbing to the ceiling which was successful after some unsuccessful attempts.
(e) He gathered an army of strong men and attacked his enemies.
(f) This dauntless spider inspired Bruce to shake off the darkness of despair.
(g) The enemies courted defeat and Robert Bruce regained his kingdom.
(h) The king, being attacked by his enemy, fought bravely but lost the battle.
(i) Robert Bruce was a famous king.
(j) He had to flee from his kingdom to save his life and took shelter in a cave.
PART-II: WRITING TEST
- Look at the chart. It shows the sources of U.S.A. electricity in 1980. Now analyze the chart focusing the main aspects (At least in 80 words.) 15
- Complete the following story following the clue : 15
ShaikhSadi was a great poet. He used to put on simple dress. Once he took shelter in the house of a nobleman. The nobleman could not recognize him and treated him as an ordinary man….
- Suppose your name is Rabi/Rubina. You have a pen-friend in London named James/Jenifer. He/She wants to know about Bangladeshi food. Now write a letter to him/her describing the foods and the food-habits of the people of Bangladesh. 10
উক্ত বিষয় সম্পর্কে কিছু জানার থাকলে কমেন্ট করতে পারেন।
আমাদের সাথে ইউটিউব চ্যানেলে যুক্ত হতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন এবং আমাদের সাথে ফেইজবুক পেইজে যুক্ত হতে এখানে ক্লিক করুন। গুরুত্বপূর্ণ আপডেট ও তথ্য পেতে আমাদের ওয়েবসাইটে ভিজিট করুন।