Mar 05

mmurad

A Paragraph about The Life of a Garment Worker

The Life of a Garment Worker 

A garment worker passes a very busy day. She has no time to stand and stare. The amount of money she earns a day enables her only to keep her body and soul together. A garment worker has to get up early in the morning because she must arrive at the factory in time. After having her breakfast she sets out for her factory where she works. Often she goes to the factory on foot. Before 8 am she has to enter her

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Mar 05

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

A dialogue between a sells man and a customer

A dialogue between a sells man and a customer.

 

Salesman      : Good morning, Sir. How can I help you?

Customer     : Good morning, l would like to buy a shirt and a tie.

Salesman      : Here are they.

Customer     : Thanks.  Let me have a sight at them.

Salesman      : I think they suit you well. Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 05

Jashim Uddin

Narration

Problem of Persons

 

without – object second person = first person or third person
RV: subject (1st person) + verb + (no object) second person = third person

 

Examples:

Direct Narration Indirect Narration
1. He said, “You are an idiot, Suresh.”

= He said to Suresh, “You are an idiot.”

He told Suresh that he (Suresh) was an idiot.
2. He said, “You are telling a lie, Leela.”

= He said to Leela, “You are telling a lie.”

He told Leela that she (Leela) was telling a lie.
3. He said, “Where are you going, mother?”

= He said to mother, “Where are you going?”

He asked mother where she was going.
4. He said, “Don’t make a noise.”

= He said to me/him/her, “Don’t make a noise.”

He asked me/him/her not to make a noise.
5. He said, “Bring a chair.”

He said to me/him/her, “Bring a chair.”

He ordered me/him/her to bring a chair.
6. He said, “How are you?”

He said to me/him/her, “How are you?”

He asked me/him/her how I/he/she was.
7. He said, “Open the gate.”

He said to me/him/her/us/them, “Open the gate.”

He told me/him/her/us/them to open the gate.
1. He said, “Congratulations!” He congratulated me.
2. She said, “Liar!” She called me a liar.

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Mar 05

Jashim Uddin

Exercise of Articles

01.

That night (a) — Calipha Harun-ar-Rashid went out into (b) — streets and alley-ways of Baghdad in quest of (c) — new adventures. Disguised in (d) — merchant’s attire, he was accompanied by Jafor and others. It so happened that as they were roaming about (e) — city, they passed by (f) — house of (g) — three girls and heard (h) — sound of (i) — music and voices singing, Al-Rashid said to Jafor, “Would that we could enter this house so that we may listen to (j) — singers and find out who they are?” Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 04

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

An e-mail about asking some money to buy books

Write an email to your father asking some money to buy books.

From   : hasancambrian@gmail.com

To        : jishan@yahoo.com

Sent     : Sunday, 17 August 2014, 11.00 am.

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Mar 03

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

A Paragraph about Our National Flag

Our National Flag

A national flag is the symbol of independence and sovereignty of a country. Bangladesh is an independent country and like every sovereign state she also has a national flag. We emerged as an independent nation in the world map in 1971. That year we fought a glorious war against Pakistan and liberated our motherland. Thus we won a national flag of our own at the cost of blood of our valiant freedom fighters. Our national

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Mar 01

Mahbub Murad

Principles of Business Letter Writing

Principles of Business Letter Writing:

While writing any business letter, we have to keep some matters in our mind because it’s totally technical and practical based. There are mainly three principles in the business letter. They are: Read the rest of this entry »

Mar 01

Mahbub Murad

Major Barriers in Business Communication

Major Barriers in Business Communication

In business communication we face many barriers. In the following part the most common barriers are discussed.

1. Linguistic Barriers: Linguistic barriers occur when the receiver is unable to understand fully both explicit and implicit meaning of the language used by the sender. It may be happened because of limited vocabulary, wrong choice of words, construction of long and complex sentence, improper word order, improper punctuation and so on.

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