Paragraph on A Day Labour

                                                               A Day Labor

 A day labor is a man who lives from hand to mouth. He usually lives in a slum or in a small hut. He has no good house of his own. So, he lives in a rented house. He is much known to all. Generally, he is a laborious and strong bodied man. Every day he gets up early in the morning. Then he takes his birth and takes some stale rice or breakfast and goes out of doors in search of work. He does different types of jobs such as carrying bricks, wood, stones, mud and digging pons constructing of roads, buildings etc. He builds our buildings, industries, bridges and thus he serves our country. Continue reading

Paragraph on A Moonlit Night

A Moonlit Night

A moonlit night, the full noon shines in its entire glory in the sky, is really charming and enjoyable. It is really a night of dream and it presents a beautiful sight. In the autumn the sky remains cloudless and the moon looks like a big silver disc in the sky. The shiny light of the moon floods the earth and the sky. The moon’s rays reflecting on seas, rivers, ponds and hills create a music spell. When the moon pours her light on the waves of water, it sparkles like a diamond. The smooth rays of the moon please our eyes and mind. In a moon lit night, the grand sights of the canals, rivers, tanks Continue reading

A Paragraph on Rainy Day

                                       A Rainy Day

A rainy day is a day when it rains continuously all day long during the rainy season. It is called a pouring day. The sky is overcast with thick of black clouds and the sun remains hidden behind them. The weather is foul. The sun is not seen. Sometimes, gusty wind blows with rain. Rivers, canals and tanks swell up. Roads and paths get muddy and slippery. Water stands here and there. Normal life is disrupted due to heavy rain. One does not generally come out without compulsion. The common people cannot attend their respective places in time. If anybody wants to go outside, Continue reading

Vocabulary Text (Set 01)

 Classes 11 and 12

1. Inspire, take, control, paralyses, earn, try, gallop.

 Price of essentials is such a crucial factor that it directly (a) —- the life and living of the majority people. The measures so far (b) —- by the government (c) —- appreciation from the people. But it is being replaced by despair as the majority of the people have been (d) —- under the crushing burden of (e) —-  prices.

2. source, manpower, explore, Provide, concern, employment, independence, recreation, necessary, different, Across , dense, Solution, unemployment.  

Bangladesh is a (a) — populated country, but a large number of her people are (b) —. It is not possible for her to ensure (c) — to the Continue reading

Aladin and The Magic Lamp (Part- 01)

Read the Passage With Great Care and Answe all the Questions:

Once there was a young boy called Aladin. He lived with his mother in a rich city of China. His father was a poor tailor. He died when Aladin was a child. His mother had to spin cotton to support the family.

One day Aladin was playing in the street. All of a sudden, a stranger came. He said to Aladin, “My boy, are you the son of Mustafa, the tailor?”

Aladin said, “Yes, sir, but my father is dead.”

At this tears came into the man’s eyes. Continue reading

Aladin and The Magic Lamp (Part 03)

Time: 50 Minutes                                                                                                                              Marks: 50

 Aladin was alone. It was dark inside the cave. He called the magician. There was no answer. Aladin was afraid. He began to pray. He rubbed the ring. At once a genie came and said, ‘I am the slave of the ring. I will obey you. What do you want?’ Aladin was trembling to see the genie. But he said, ‘Take me out.’ At once he was outside the cave. He came back home. Aladin was very hungry. But there was no food in the house.

Aladin asked his mother to sell the lamp. The lamp was dusty. So she began to rub it. At once another big genie was there. Continue reading


Generally Elizabethan Period is considered as 1558-1603. The most famous play writers of this era were Edmund Spenser, Sir Philip Sidney, and William Shakespeare. After the religious convulsions of half a century time was required for the development of the internal quiet and confidence from which a great literature could spring. At length, however, the hour grew ripe and there came the greatest outburst of creative energy in the whole history of English literature. Under Elizabeth’s wise guidance the prosperity and enthusiasm of the nation had raised to the highest pitch and London in particular was overflowing with vigorous life. Continue reading

Oedipus is the Tragic Hero

Q. Discuss king Oedipus is the tragic hero in Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex.

 It is well known to us that, Oedipus Rex is considered as one of the best creations of Sophocles where the king Oedipus is the protagonist and he is also considered as the tragic hero.

 According to the definition of Aristotle, “A tragic hero is a distinguished person, having a high status in life, who is neither entirely good nor superior nor entirely bad.

He is led by some tragic flow or hamartia. For his misfortune he will suffer a lot and receive a tragic death at the end of the play.”  Continue reading

The Role of Fate in Sophocles’ King Oedipus Rex

 Discuss about The Role of Fate in King Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex

  Oedipus Rex is one of the greatest creations of Sophocles where king Oedipus is the protagonist who is the victim of his own fate. Generally, fate is one of the opposition elements of the play which is influenced by one’s own action but ultimately is dictated by events beyond anybody’s control.

     Oedipus is the son of king Laius and queen Jocasta. They hear from an astrologer that, Oedipus will kill his father and marry his mother. Continue reading