Mahbub Murad

I am a Lecturer in English at Mohanagar Ideal College, HSC Examiner of Dhaka Board, Writer and Editor of Naba Puthighar Publication and the Founder of English Care and Online Educare.com ; If you want to share your idea or get any support, you can contact me. Cell: 01761519111 (12 pm - 3 pm and 10 pm - 11 pm) Email: Send Mail and Facebook

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Paragraph on Women’s Contribution

Women’s Contribution to the Society From the beginning of the world women have been contributing a lot to build the nation more strong and fruitful beside the male. In spite of their important support they are not given so much privilege to express themselves freely in the society. In the ancient society women were looked …

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Rearrange on Charles Dickens

a) Dickens had to work in a factory at the age of twelve. b) He could not go to school and receive education. c) Even during his life time he was very popular. d) He wrote some of the best novels in English literature. e) Charles Dickens was one of the greatest English novelists of …

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Rearrange on Alexander

(i) Alexander, the king of Macedon, crossed the Khayber pass and reached India.         (ii) Then he came to the plain of the Punjab. (iii) Alexander was pleased with Porus for his bold reply. (iv) There ruled a king called Porus. 

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Rearrange about Androcles

12. Rewrite the sentences in the proper order to make a continuous paragraph: 14 i) The lion was relieved of his pain. ii) To escape torture, one day he fled from his master’s house. iii) It was unbearable for him. iv) He took the lion’s paw in his hand and removed a big thorn from …

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Vocabulary Test (Set 02)

1. Veil, knock, looking, Saw, sweet, indeed, perfect,  perfection, dress, trade, Against, thinking, beautiful, live. Once upon a time there (a) — in the city of Baghdad a young bachelor who was by (b) — a porter. One day he sat in the market place leaning idly (c) — his basket. A young woman (d) …

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“The Good Morrow” is a Metaphysical Poem.

What is Metaphysical Poetry? Discuss “The Good Morrow” is a Metaphysical poem.  Definition of Metaphysical Poetry: Etymologically, Metaphysical means beyond physical or something abstract. A Metaphysical Poem is a poem that consists of abrupt beginning, abstract theme, use of conceits, bending (turning) of passion and arguments. The major themes of metaphysical poems are love, death and …

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William Shakespeare as a dramatist

William Shakespeare as a dramatist William Shakespeare, the greatest dramatist, poet, actor has played an important contribution in all sectors of English Literature. He has created many tragedies, comedies, sonnets and poems. Sometimes he has seen as a dramatist, sometimes he has seen as an actor and sometimes as a poet. Discuss William Shakespeare as …

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Elizabethan Age (1550-1620)

Elizabethan Age (1550-1620): The age of Elizabethan is highly considered as the golden age of English Literature. A lot of famous and renowned poets, dramatists and essay writers had been created in this era. So, it is called “a nest of singing birds.” Characteristics of this Era: a. Religious tolerance is thought as the main …

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The Puritan Age

The Puritan Age (1620-1660) Characteristics of this Era: a. Ancient ideas have been banished. b. Impossible love and romance have been come in this era. c. The works of this era were based on religion so it is regarded as the religious period. Famous Figures of this Era: John Milton: The puritan era is famous …

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Periods of English Literature

Periods of English Literature 1. Old English (Anglo-Sexon) 600-1200 Beowulf 2. Middle English (1200-1500) – Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Bacon, Robert Gloucester, John Gower, John Wycliffe 3. The English Renaissance (1500-1660)/ (1485-1603) – John Skelton, Thomas More a. Elizabethan Period (1558-1603) – William Shakespeare, Sir, Philip Sidney, George Herbert. b. Jacobean Period (1603-1625) – John Donne, …

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