Aug 20

SSC EXAM MODEL TEST 2017

SSC EXAM MODEL TEST 2017
ENGLISH 2ND PAPER

Part –A : Grammar

1.Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the forms of some of the words . You may use one word more than once . 0.5×10=5

with at a bread dislike
responsible to of privilege in

We live in society . So, we must learn how to live (a)…peace and amity (b)…..others. We have to respect other`s rights and c)..…. and liking and d)……as we expect others to respect us. We have (e)……lot of duties and (f)……in society . Education should aim (g)….making each individual fully aware (h)….these duties and responsibilities. It is true that one has (i)……learn how to earn the (j)……. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 20

SSC EXAM MODEL TEST 2017

SSC EXAM MODEL TEST

Subject : English 1st paper

Part —A : Reading Text (50 Marks )

The pioneer of Bangladeshi modern art Zainul Abedin is widely acclaimed for his Bengal ‘Famine Sketches’. Through a series of sketches, Zainul not only documented the harsh famine of 1940 but also showed its sinister face through the skeletal figures of the people destined to die of starvation in a man-made plight. He depicted these extremely shocking pictures with human compassion. He made his own ink by burning charcoal and using cheap ordinary packing paper for sketching. He produced a series of brush and ink

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Aug 20

Model Test : 1 9 (Class -7)

Model Test
Subject : English 2nd paper
Class :7

Part –A : Grammar (Marks: 30)

1. Fill in the blank of the following text with appropriate articles. Put a cross (x) for zero article : . .5×6=3
Lutfur is (a)_ street boy . He is( b) _ orphan . He lives in the street of Chittagong ( c)_ city . One day he went to New Market. He saw (d) __ fruit seller selling different kinds of (e) _ fruit . There he found ( f) __ old man buying some apples looked very fresh

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Aug 18

English First Paper Model Test for JSC 2017

                                JSC Model Test 2017

                                   English 1st Paper

Full Marks: 100                                                           Time: 2:30 Hours

                               Reading Text (Seen Passage)

 Read the following passage and answer the questions 1, 2 and 3

Communication of ideas is at the centre of civilization. It needs written records. Most of our records in the modern age are on paper. Though writing was invented very early, paper is a more modern invention. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 16

English 1st Paper Model Test for SSC 2018

                       SSC Model Test 2018      

                                     English First Paper  

Full Marks: 100                                   Time: 2:30 Hours

                               Reading Text (Seen Passage)

Read the following passage and then answer the questions below it

Steven Paul Jobs (24 February 1955 – 5 October 2011), most popularly known as Steve Jobs was the co-founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. He was the pioneer of the personal computer revolution. He was famous for his career in the electronic field of computers and consumers. This became possible through the marketing of Apple computers. Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 12

English 1st Paper Suggestion for HSC 2018

 Most Important Passages for HSC 2018                   

 

Seen and Unseen Passages

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Aug 11

English First Paper Model Test for HSC 2018

                            HSC Model Test – 2017, English 1st Paper (1)

Time: 90 Minutes                                                                  Full Marks: 60

                                                   Part-A: Marks-60

Read the passage below and answer the following questions 1 and 2.

Universities should never be made into mechanical organizations for collecting and distributing knowledge. Through them the people should offer their intellectual hospitality, their wealth of mind to others, and earn their proud right in return to receive gifts from the rest of the world. But in the whole length and breadth of India there is not a single University established in the modern time where a foreign or an Indian student can properly be acquainted with the best products of the Indian mind. For that we have to cross the sea, and knock at the doors of France and Germany. Educational institutions in our country are India’s alms-bowl of knowledge; they lower our intellectual self-respect; they encourage us to make a foolish display of decorations composed of borrowed feathers . . . Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 27

SSC English 1st Paper Model Test 2017

                      SSC Model Test – 2017 (4),

                       English 1st Paper

Full Marks: 50                                Time: 1 Hour

Reading Text (Seen Passage) (Marks-50)                   

Read the following passage and then answer the questions below it

Lake Baikal is the deepest and one of the biggest and most ancient lakes of the world. It is situated almost in the centre of Asia. Lake Baikal is a gigantic bowl set 445 meters above sea level. This grand, enormous, unusual and charming miracle of nature is located in the south of Eastern Siberia, in the Buryat Autonomous Republic and region of Irkutsk, Russia. The lake covers 31,500 sq.km. It is 636 km long and an average of 48 km wide. The widest point of the lake is 79.4 km. The water basin occupies 557000 sq. km. and contains 23000 cu. km. (cubic kilometer) of water, which is about one fifth of the world’s reserves fresh surface water.

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Jul 20

One Heck of a Hardware Store

Ever since we have been at the Evergreen RV park, we have driven past a nice looking little restaurant located just yards down the road. It never looked open so we sped past it day after day after day. It is called The Bucket of Mt. Eaton Restaurant. Finally, weary of Bob Evans, we decided to stop and see for ourselves what this barren restaurant was all about. Surprise! It was open for business and we were ready for breakfast. The atrium was overwhelming. It has an enormous antler chandelier hanging above us. We waited to be seated even though all but two tables were vacant. That’s always scary: no cars; no people = bad place and bad food. We felt daring, though. It was run by Mennonites. The menu included all meals. Good choices; good prices. Our breakfast was perfect. What had we been missing? Never judge a book by its cover!

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Jul 11

English 2nd Paper Model Test for HSC 2018

     English 2nd Paper Model Test for HSC 2018               

 

Part A: Grammar (Marks 60)

1.  Fill in the Blanks in the following text with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require any article. Put a (×) in those blanks.     0.5×10=05            Mosquito menace is one of (a) _____ most talked topics. (b) _____ fear and nuisance of mosquito is called (c) _____ mosquito menace. For (d) _____city dwellers, it is (e) _____ constant nuisance. Particularly at (f) _____ night, it becomes more when thousands of mosquitoes start singing around (g) _____ us. Even during daytime, we are not free from (h) _____ attack of mosquitoes.  To prevent (i) _____ nuisance caused by mosquitoes, we have to be alert and work in (j) _____ assorted effort.

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