Linking Devices

1. To Put in Time Order   (সময়ের ক্রম দ্বারা নির্ধারন করতে) : 

a. Now(এখন): Now I am waiting in front of my university with my friends.

b. Then(তারপর): At first you should lead properly then everybody will obey you.

c. Before (পূর্বে): I had completed my work before he came to my residence.

d. After (পরে): The patient died after the doctor came.

e. Afterwards (পরবর্তীকালে): If you maintain the rules and regulations of Islam afterwards you will gain reward from your God.

f. Earlier (আগে): You should do the work earlier

g. Later (অপেক্ষাকৃত পরে): I will come later to the meeting.

h. Immediately (অনতিবিলম্বে, ততক্ষনাত): I will solve the problem immediately.   

i. Soon (শ্রীঘ্র, অতিসত্তর): As soon as possible I will complete my mission.

j. Next (পরবর্তী, সন্নিহীত): Next Friday is my 22th Birthday.

k. In a few days (অল্প কিছু দিন যাবত): Eve teasing is increasing in the height position in a few days. 

l. Meanwhile (ইতোমধ্যে): Meanwhile we have reached the university.  Continue reading

Positive Thinking

Do you ever think, the person who keep positive thinking about their lives, they live long.  And the person who lives with great satisfactions, the percentage of their early death may be decreasing about 30 percent. The information has been gathered from the research of The University College of London in United State of America.   

According to the report of the Daily Mail, this research has been applied about four thousand people. Most of them are above 52 to 79. Before starting researching, the people were asked four times about happiness, frustration and callous. Continue reading

Rearrange on Our National Fish

Rearrange the sentences to build up questions and answer them.

(a) fish/name/what/the/is/of/your/national?
(b) found/is /where /it?
(c) its/color/what’s?
(d) it/long/does/how/grow?
(e) does/how/taste/it?
(f) the name/of/your country/what is?
(g) does/where/the/Royal Bengal Tiger/live? Continue reading

Women in 19th Century Fiction

Women in 19th Century Fiction Glimpse of hope or Total Darkness   

   The conditions under which white pioneers came to 19th century fiction created various situations for women. Where, women were imported as sex slaves, child bearers, and companions. Many women came in those early years as indentured servants- often teenaged girls-and lived lives not much different from slaves, except that the term of service had an end.

   They were poorly paid and often treated rudely and harshly, deprived of good food and privacy.

Living in separate families without much contact with others in their position, indentured servants had one primary path of resistance open to them. Continue reading

Synonyms from Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part I)

Lesson: 38 Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part I)

Main Word Similar Word
Lived Subsisted, existed, Survived, stayed.  
Support Care, Lead, Help, maintain
Street Road, way, lane, path, highway
All of a sudden Suddenly, abruptly, Speedily, quickly, unexpectedly
stranger Foreigner, visitor, unfamiliar person, new comer, unknown face
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Synonym from Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part 02)

Lesson: 38, Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part 02)

Main Word Similar Word
Magician Performer, entertainer, prestidigitator, conjuror
Plan Idea, proposal, strategy, design
Narrow Thin, slim, slight
Valley Gorge, vale, dell, basin
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Synonyms and Antonyms from Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part 03)

Aladin and the Wonderful Lamp (Part 03)

Similar words and Opposite words


Main Word Similar Word/ synonym Opposite Word/antonym













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Symbolism in J.M.Sing’s Riders to the Sea.

Discuss about the symbolism in Riders to the Sea.


It is well known to us that, symbolism is the main element of any kinds of arts. The dramatists or poets explain their conception in their writings by the help of symbolism. J. M. Synge has also used the symbolism in his prominent play ‘Riders to the Sea’ very carefully. According to T.R. Henn, ‘This general play has become the best tragedy by the help of the symbolism’.     

The symbolisms are as given bellow: 

The Sea: The Sea is an archetypal symbol in this play.  Continue reading

Rearrange on Sheikh Sa’di

 (i)  This time he put on gorgeous dress

(ii)  The courtier understood his fault and begged pardon to the poet.        

(iii)  On his way back home, Sadi again took shelter in the same courtier’s home.

(iv) He set out for the emperor’s palace in ordinary dress.        

(v) Sadi replied, “My dress deserves this food

(vi) He was simple in his ways of life. Continue reading

Rearrange on William Shakespeare

a) Shakespeare composed both tragedies and comedies.

 b) By 1598 he was ranked the greatest dramatist.

c) Shakespeare was one of the greatest poets and dramatists of the world. d) He possessed property both in Stratford and in London. e) He was interested in the theater and very soon became an actor.

f) He retired sometime before 1613 and died in 1616.
g) He was born on 23rd April, 1564 at Stratford on Avon. Continue reading