Jun 13

Sharna Quazi

Critical Analysis of Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village, though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound’s the sweep
Of easy wind and downy flake.

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,4a0a29d6-72e4-40ea-9e51-4ae61e783ecc
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

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May 31

Mahbub Murad

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May 29

Md. Hasan Hafizur Rahman

An Application for Relief for the Flood Affected People

E-2 Formal Letter

May 29

Md. Hasan Hafizur Rahman

An E-mail about your Preparation for Coming Exam

E-2 E-mail Writing

May 29

Md. Hasan Hafizur Rahman

Paragraph Writing on Child labour, Price Hike & School Library

E-2 Paragraph

May 28

Mahbub Murad

English Second Paper Model Test for JSC 2016

English Second Paper Model Test for JSC 2016

Full Marks: 50                                                                  Time: 2 Hours

Part A: Grammar

1.  Fill in the gaps of the following text with appropriate articles. Put a cross for zero article.                                                               0.5×6=03

(a)___ great ship Titanic, sailed for New Work from Southampton on April 1912. At that time she was (b)___ largest ship. The tragic sinking of this great (c)___ liner will always be remembered for she went down on her first voyage. Four days after sailing out, while it was sailing across the icy (d)___ waters of (e)___ North Atlantic, (f)___ huge ice berg was suddenly spotted by the look out.   Continue reading “English Second Paper Model Test for JSC 2016” »

May 26

Mahbub Murad

English First Paper Model Test for HSC 2017

HSC English 1st Paper Model Test

Time: 3 Hours                                                               Full Marks: 100

                                                   Part-A: Marks-60

Read the passage below and answer the following questions 1 and 2.

Beauty is easy to appreciate but difficult to define. As we look around, we discover beauty in pleasurable objects and sights – in nature, in the laughter of children, in the kindness of strangers. But asked to define, we run into difficulties. Does beauty have an independent objective identity? Is it universal, or is it dependent on our sense perceptions? Does it lie in the eye of the beholder? -we ask ourselves. A further difficulty arises when beauty manifests itself not only by its presence, but by its absence as well, as when we are repulsed by ugliness and desire beauty. But then ugliness has as much a place in our lives as beauty, or may be more-as when there is widespread hunger and injustice in a society. Philosophers have told us that beauty is an important part of life, but isn’t ugliness a part of life too? And if art has beauty as an important ingredient, can it confine itself only to a projection of beauty? Can art ignore what is not beautiful? Continue reading “English First Paper Model Test for HSC 2017” »

May 25

Sharna Quazi

Critical Analysis of the Poem “Funeral Rites” by Seamus Heaney

Formalist Reading of the Poem “Funeral Rites” by Seamus Heaney: 

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Seamus Heaney’s poem “Funeral Rites” describes the effects of the violence in Ireland, and the many innocent deaths. He draws a vivid picture of the Irish Troubles in this poem. It is an Elegy and first person narrative poem and divided into three sections. This paper discusses the poem by section by section and focuses on the use of Irish images, references from myth and bible, and the structure and the tone of the poem with its theme. This poem combines the past and the present, violence and The Irish Troubles. He connects here the personal and the cultural responses to death. Continue reading “Critical Analysis of the Poem “Funeral Rites” by Seamus Heaney” »

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