Mar 01

Summary of I Have Seen Bengal’s Face By Jibananando Das

I Have Seen Bengal’s Face By Jibananando Das

Because I have seen Bengal’s face I will seek no more;

The world has not anything more beautiful to show me.

Waking up in darkness, gazing at the fig-tree, I behold

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Feb 26

Summary of ‘Out, Out’ by Robert Frost

Out, Out’ by Robert Frost

The buzz saw snarled and rattled in the yard 1

And made dust and dropped stove-length sticks of wood,

Sweet-scented stuff when the breeze drew across it.

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Feb 26

Summary of Love and Friendship by William Shakespeare

Love and Friendship by William Shakespeare

Blow, blow, thou winter wind,

Thou art not so unkind

As man’s ingratitude ;

Thy tooth is not so keen, Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 26

Summary of The Traffic Police

The Traffic Police

Amidst killer speeds I stand

Facing the traffic, stretching my hand.

I am seen on kidsÕ books and as cartoons everywhere

Educating people and asking them to beware

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Feb 22

Article Competition

                    Article Competition is searching creative, informative and practical based English articles of some experienced, expert, skilled as well as new writers. Among them, 10 writers will be awarded.  Taka 1500 is for the 1st three, 1000 for the next three and 500 for 7th to 10th each. All the winners will be given the chance to write regularly in our website and then they will be given a handsome payment based on article’s length and information. Similarly, all the writings of the writers will be edited (if necessary) with proper consultation and then the writings will be published gradually in our website. Surely, it is a great chance for all the writers especially for the new ones. So, if you think you are skilled and expert enough in English and you have much creativity, you are highly encouraged to participate and compete here. Don’t miss the chance.

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Feb 20

Rules of Transformation of Sentence

Rules of Simple, Complex and Compound 

Generally, transformation of sentence is the most important topic for the students of SSC and HSC levels. But most of the students are very worried of the topic. To make it easy, I have tried to give some instructions and shortcut way so that they can understand it easily.  I am hopeful that all the students can solve the topic easily if they follow the instructions.                     Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 12

Practice of Transformation of Sentence

Change the sentences according to directions. 

1. a) Unemployment is a state when a man has no work to earn money. (Simple)              b) It is a social evil which hampers the progress of social life. (Compound)                        c) The prosperity of a social depends upon the reasonable income of its able-bodied persons. (Complex)                                                                                                                            d) This increases the per capital income. (Passive)                                                                  e) Unemployment is a social evil which must be cured at any cost. (Neg.)                         f) The government should take some measures in this regard. (Passive)                       g) The government cannot solve this problem. (Interrogative)                                              h) The young people should find some ways to be employed. (Complex)                            i) Only perseverance of the young people can solve this problem. (Neg.)                        J) We cannot but solve this problem. (Affirmative)

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Feb 12

Tag Questions

Most important tag questions for SSC Examination 

Make tag questions of these situations:

1. a) Bur nobody likes an ill-mannered man, ———-?

b) He seldom comes here, ——–?

c) Polluted air causes different diseases, ———-?

d) So, all of us ought to be careful about polluted water, ———-?

e) Writing many letters makes him happy, ———-?

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Feb 10

HSC English First Paper Model Test 2018

                    HSC Model Test – 2018,

                                         English 1st Paper

Time: 90 Minutes                                                                  Full Marks: 60

                                     Part-A: Marks-60

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

As a child you must have been told to greet your elders and visitors to your

home according to your culture and tradition. You must also have been taught to be polite in company and keep quiet while others, especially your elders, spoke. Possibly, you at times grudged such schooling. Possibly, at times you even protested such disciplining. Now, certainly you know that you can’t always behave the way you want especially in the presence of others. There are rules of behavior you have to follow in a company. We are social beings and have to consider the effect of our behavior on others, even if we are at home and dealing with our family members. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 30

SSC English 2nd Paper Final Model Test 2018

SSC English 2nd Paper Final Model Test 2018

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 need to use one word more than once.                                                                     0.5×10=5

livelihood with major contain be people support vast numerous huge

Bangladesh is blessed with (a) —- inland open water resource. It has (b) —- rivers, canals, lakes and (c) —- areas of floodplains. Hakaluki Haor is one of the (d) —- water lands of Bangladesh (e) —- a land area of 18386 hectares (f) —- a rich biodiversity to provide a direct and indirect (g) —- to nearly 190,000 (h) —-. This haor (i) —- declared an ecologically critical area in April 1999 by the government of Bangladesh. Hakaluki is a complex ecosystem (j) —- more than 238 interconnecting beels and jalmahals.

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