Jan 27

Mahbub Murad

English Second Paper Model Test for HSC 2016

                                         HSC Model Test

                                       English 2nd Paper

Time: 1:30 Hours                                                                                               Marks: 50

1.Fill in the blanks with articles and put ‘x’ where no article is applicable. 0.5×10=05 There was (a)_____ time when (b)_____ people of Arabia forgot (c)_____ almighty Allah. They used to commit (d)_____ sins. They did not like (e)_____ female issues. If ever (f)_____ girl child was born to them, they used to bury her to death. In such (g)_____ condition Hazrat Muhammad (sm), (h)_____ great prophet came with (i)_____ message of peace for mankind and reestablished (j)_____ order and discipline in the society.  Continue reading “English Second Paper Model Test for HSC 2016” »

Jan 24

Mahbub Murad

Grammar Test for University Admission Test

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. 2. Sarah _____ (to cook) delicious food now. a. cooks b. is cooking c. has cooked 3. I was writing a letter while my mother _____ (cook). a. cooked b. was cooking c. had cooked 4. Cookies _____ (make) from milk, eggs and nut. a. are made b. make c. made  5. Students _____ listen to their teachers. a. could b. can c. must.  6. This is Jane’s book. The book is _____. a. her b. hers c. she Continue reading “Grammar Test for University Admission Test” »

Jan 23

Sharna Quazi

The Views of D.H. Lawrence on Novel

D.H. Lawrence introduces his views of the novel to the readers by referring to the common thinking among people that they are a body with a spirit or a soul or a mind in it. A proverb to this effect, namely, “A sound body in a sound mind” has been framed. According to D.H. Lawrence, this idea of ourselves as a body with a spirit or a soul or a mind in it is a funny superstition.

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Jan 21

Rajib Ahmed

System of Writing a Standard Memo

Memo

To : All the members of NSU Social Service Club

From : Razibul Hasan (Chairman of this club)

Date : October 12, 2015

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Jan 21

Rajib Ahmed

System of Writing a Standard CV

Resume of Razibul Hasan

House no.32,Road no.3,Uttara Dhaka

Ph.01672900882

[email protected]

Career Objective

To begin my lecturer career at a highly reputed and eminent educational institute and to gain exceptional career move through long efforts and performance regularity. Continue reading “System of Writing a Standard CV” »

Jan 21

Rajib Ahmed

System of Writing a Job Letter

Cover Letter of Razibul Hasan

House 39, Road 3, Uttara, Dhaka 1212 .[email protected]

 

October 26, 2015

Dr. Anwarullahchowdhurry

Vice Chancellor

North South University

Bashundhara, Dhaka

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Jan 20

Sharna Quazi

A Comment on Orphan Children and Their Lifestyle in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre is a novel written by Charlotte Bronte which is mostly considered as the autobiography of her own. In this novel the novelist has portrayed the life of orphan children. Among all of these, three children are most significant. Charlotte Bronte has given us a graphic account of the life of a child in the opening section of the novel. She has also portrayed another two orphan children later. In the first case, the child concerned is Jane Eyre who subsequently emerges as the heroine of the novel. And the other two children are Jane’s best friend in Lowood School named Helen Burns and a French girl by the name of Adele. Charlotte Bronte has depicted the experiences of Jane Eyre when this girl is just ten years old. Jane is being treated most callously by her aunt Mrs. Reed, and is constantly harassed and bullied by Mrs. Reed’s son John Reed. Continue reading “A Comment on Orphan Children and Their Lifestyle in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte” »

Jan 18

Sharna Quazi

Synopsis of Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift

Gulliver’s Travels (1726, amended 1735) is a novel by Irish writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift. It is Swift’s best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature. It is full of different kind of satires.

Satire is the literary expression of disgust, amusement, or despair- all arising from a sense of discontent with the existing state of affairs. Jonathan Swift, a famous and talented writer of eighteenth century, is regarded as one of the world’s greatest satirists. He was a man of piercing intellect and this intellect never was blind to the chaos and confusion and corruption of the age. He satirizes the political parties and their corrupt practices and that engaged England at the time. All of his vigorous expressions against war and scientific inventions have portrayed perfectly in his greatest work Gulliver’s Travels.

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