Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A Dialogue about the Price Hike of Essential Commodities

A dialogue between a reporter and the trade and commerce Minister about the price hike of essential commodities

 

Reporter      :           Good morning, sir. I have come from “the Daily Star”.  Would you

                                  spare a few minutes?

Minister       :           Sure. What can I do for you?

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Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A Paragraph about A Snake Charmer

A Snake Charmer

The snake charmer belongs to the wandering class of people. He earns his bread by his shows and feats which we cannot do. Generally, he goes from town to town and does not stay at one place for a long time. He puts on a peculiar dress. Sometimes we can see large rings on his ears and steel bangles on his wrist.

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Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A letter to your father for sending you some money

A letter to your father for sending you some money.

 

8th July, 2014

12, Mugdapara, Dhaka

My dear father,

I am very glad to learn from your letter that you are all well in the family. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A letter about the annual prize giving ceremony of your school

A letter to your friend describing the annual prize giving ceremony of your school

 

22 Manda, Dhaka

July 10, 2014

 

Dear Muna,
I have just received your letter. In your letter you wanted to know about the annual prize-giving ceremony of our school. Now I am writing about it.

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Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A letter to your friend inviting him to attend your birthday party

A letter to your friend inviting him to attend your birthday party

 

July 7, 2014

12, Mugdapara, Dhaka

Dear Lamia,

I am very glad to inform you that my parents are going to arrange my 11th birthday on 10th July 2014 in our house. Now I am planning to celebrate it with you and some of my other friends and relatives. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 22

Mahbub Murad

A Composition about Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes are produced by the way of vibratory waves through the rocks of the earth. The destruction caused by earthquakes to the human life and property is very high.

An earthquake causes unaccountable damage, and sometimes heavy destruction of life and property. If the earthquake is strong, the houses rock violently, sometimes causing the high buildings come down. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 21

Probir

A Sample Course Design On Teaching Grammar in a Meaningful Context

A Sample Course Design for Secondary Level Students (6-10)

                                       On

Teaching Grammar in a Meaningful Context

 

Course Objectives: This course is designed to meet the basic needs of our students (secondary school level) in learning grammar. It is a modern grammar learning course which is different from traditional learning courses. The purpose of learning grammar is to communicate exercising countless uses of language not mastering the Latinate content of traditional grammar instruction which has little to do with achieving the goal. The course will make students learn grammar in real contexts not in the existing stereotypical way.

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Aug 21

Probir

Critical Analysis of the Dance of the Eunuchs by Kamala Das

 Critical Analysis of Kamala Das’ The Dance of the Eunuchs

Kamala Das’ remarkable descriptive poem “The Dance of the Eunuchs” reveals the joyless life of the eunuchs, the other and the marginalized community. The poem is realistic and visual. The poem is autobiographical too.

The poet opens the poem telling about hot and rough weather to portray the barrenness in the life of the eunuchs. T heir life is miserable, empty and filled with sorrow. Eunuchs survive by dancing. They dance beneath the “fiery gulmohur’’ until their legs bleed. Their appearance, looks, costumes are peculiar: Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 21

Probir

South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction

South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction

Contemporary post-colonial fictions are dealt with the themes of migration, homelessness, loss of identity,  rootlessness and exilic experiences. In a broad sense, these themes are the most common themes  of Third World, post-colonial and commonwealth literature.  Jhumpa Lahiri, the first Indian author  to win prestigious Pulitzer Prize in the USA for her collection of short stories “Interpreter of Maladies”, is a second generation Indian writer whose caliber as a diasporic writer is excellent. She is a class herself in revealing diasporic status through her works.

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Aug 20

Mahbub Murad

J.S.C. English First Paper Model Test for 2014

                                                               J. S. C. First Model Test

Subject: English First Paper 

(Part: A, Seen Passage 01)

Time: 2:30 hours                                                                                                                                                                                  Full Marks100

Read the passage below and answer the following Questions:

 The word ‘hygiene’ means the practice of keeping ourselves clean. It also means to keep our home and work places clean. It is important for our good health. Hygiene is thought to be next to godliness. Read the rest of this entry »

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