May 10

Mahbub Murad

Exclusive Transformation of Sentence

Transformation of sentence

1. He is not as young as I expected. (Comparative)

Comparative: He is less young than I expected.

  1. He is as competent as any other applicant. (Comparative)

Comparative: He is not more/less competent than any other applicant.

  1. There is no mystery as great as misery. (Comparative)

Comparative: Misery is greater than any other mystery. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 26

Mahbub Murad

A Dialogue about Borrowing a Book

Write a dialogue between two friends on Borrowing a book.

 

Siray               : Hi; Salim, How are you?

Salim              : I’m almost of but a little bit worried about writhing dialogues and completing stories

Sentences.

Siray               :  Why? Didn’t you practice them in the class? Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 26

Mahbub Murad

A Dialogue about the Absence from the Previous Class

A dialogue between a student and a class teacher about the absence from the previous class.

Ataur             : May I come in, sir?

Class Teacher : Yes, come in. Tell me your roll number?

Ataur             : My roll number is 2

Class Teacher : You are a regular student. Why were you absent from the previous class? Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 26

Mahbub Murad

English First Paper Model Test for Classes Nine and Ten

English First Paper

Class Nine

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                    Full Marks 100

[Answer all the questions. Figures in the margin indicate full marks]

Read the passage. Then answer the question below.

‘Citizen’ primarily means one who lives in a city. But the term is generally used in a wider sense to mean one belonging to a State. Thus, every Bangladeshi is a citizen of Bangladesh, whether he lives in a city or village or on the hills. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 23

Mahbub Murad

English Grammar Test

Choose the correct answers from the following sentences.

1. Choose a sentence with the right order.

a. We don’t often go to the cinema. b. We often don’t go to the cinema.

c. We don’t go often to the cinema. (a)

2. Sarah _____ (to cook) delicious food now.

a. cooks b. is cooking c. has cooked (b)

3. I was writing a letter while my mother _____ (cook).

a. cooked b. was cooking c. had cooked (b)

4. Cookies _____ (make) from milk, eggs and nut. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 23

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

A Composition on My Daily Life

                                             My Daily Life

To make the proper use of time everybody should have a daily routine. For a student it is all the more necessary. I am a student. I have also a routine of my daily routine of my daily activities. I follow it and do everything accordingly. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 23

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

A Composition on Population Problem in Bangladesh

Population Problem in Bangladesh

Population problem is the main problem of Bangladesh. It is a small country of 1,47,570 square kilometres. But the density of population is about 876 per square kilometre. It is one of the biggest figures in the world. Moreover about two million new babies are born every year.

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Apr 23

Hasan Hafizur Rahman

Tag Question

An Excellent Slide on Tag Question

Tag Question

Apr 21

Mahbub Murad

A Composition about Fruits of Bangladesh

                             Fruits of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is the country of various types of fruits. Different types of fruits grow in different seasons all over the country.

Fruits are of different kinds, colours, sizes and taste. Some are big and some are small. Some taste sweet and some sour. Mango is the king of all fruits in Bangladesh. There are many kinds of mangoes. They are langra, fazli, gopalbhog, mohonbhog etc. Mango grows cc in Rajshahi, Dinajpur and Bogra. Read the rest of this entry »

Apr 21

Mahbub Murad

A Slide on Integration of Approaches to Language Teaching in Bangladesh

Integration of Approaches to Language Teaching in Bangladesh

 

Integration of Approaches to Language Teaching in ESL2

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