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Similar Words for J.S.C. Unit:1 (Lesson:1 – 9 )

     English First Paper Class-Eight                                                                                          Unit:1 (Lesson:1 – 9 ) …

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How to be a Good Citizen

                                               How to be a Good Citizen A good citizen is he who respects others and their property, listens to the views of others, helps the helpless people, respects the environment, works hard, …

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The Truthful Dove (2)

                                      Class Eight Unit:05  Making a difference Lesson 6: The truthful (honest, frank, open) dove (2) Read more about the three birds and write answers to the following questions. All this time the dove was listening (attending, hearing, …

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The Truthful Dove (3)

                        Class Eight Unit: 05 Making a difference Lesson 7: The truthful dove (3)  Read more about the three birds and write answers to the following questions. “What?” cried (wept, howled) the bat. “Is that all you have to say to our gracious (kind, polite, …

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The truthful dove (01)

                                   Class Eight Unit:05  Making a difference Lesson 5: The truthful dove (1)  Talk about the picture and read the story of the dove and the bat. Once upon a time, a dove and a bat were very good friends (supporters, helpers, associates, colleagues, comrades). One day the two friends decided (agreed, chose, resolved) to …

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A man who loves trees

              Lesson 4: A man who loves trees At the farthest (outermost, furthermost, extreme) corner (angle, turn, junction, place) of Bangladesh there is a village called (named, characterized, titled, entitled) Tarapur. In this village there lives a man named Kartik Poramanik. He is a hair dresser by profession (occupation, work, …

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Ever beautiful Shamima

                Lesson 3: Ever beautiful Shamima Shamima’s misery (unhappiness, sadness, depression, melancholy) started the day she was married (wedded). Her husband (spouse, partner, mate, and companion) was a greedy (covetous, grasping, desirous, materialistic) person and he used to abuse (misuse, cruelty, exploitation, mistreatment) her verbally (orally, vocally, in words) …

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Completing Sentence

  Completing Sentence 1. If I were you ————. 2. He came here with a view to ————. 3. Five years have passed since ————. 4. It is I who ————. 5. If I had known that you were in the markets ———. 6. I fancy ————.

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The Rape of the Lock is a Mock Epic

Discuss The Rape of the Lock is a Mock Epic. Generally, mock epic is a little different from an epic. According to Maynard Meck, Epic poems are the poems which deal with man in his lofty aspects. Their action is important, personages are dignified and style is elevated. The Rape of the Lock is one …

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The Rape of the Lock as a Social Satire

        Discuss The Rape of the Lock as a Social Satire It is well known to all that Pope is a poet of society and “The Rape of the Lock” is one of his best social documentary creations where he has shown the activities of contemporary society and it also plays as …

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