Jan 20

A Comment on Orphan Children and Their Lifestyle in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre is a novel written by Charlotte Bronte which is mostly considered as the autobiography of her own. In this novel the novelist has portrayed the life of orphan children. Among all of these, three children are most significant. Charlotte Bronte has given us a graphic account of the life of a child in the opening section of the novel. She has also portrayed another two orphan children later. In the first case, the child concerned is Jane Eyre who subsequently emerges as the heroine of the novel. And the other two children are Jane’s best friend in Lowood School named Helen Burns and a French girl by the name of Adele. Charlotte Bronte has depicted the experiences of Jane Eyre when this girl is just ten years old. Jane is being treated most callously by her aunt Mrs. Reed, and is constantly harassed and bullied by Mrs. Reed’s son John Reed. Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 18

Synopsis of Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift

Gulliver’s Travels (1726, amended 1735) is a novel by Irish writer and clergyman Jonathan Swift. It is Swift’s best known full-length work, and a classic of English literature. It is full of different kind of satires.

Satire is the literary expression of disgust, amusement, or despair- all arising from a sense of discontent with the existing state of affairs. Jonathan Swift, a famous and talented writer of eighteenth century, is regarded as one of the world’s greatest satirists. He was a man of piercing intellect and this intellect never was blind to the chaos and confusion and corruption of the age. He satirizes the political parties and their corrupt practices and that engaged England at the time. All of his vigorous expressions against war and scientific inventions have portrayed perfectly in his greatest work Gulliver’s Travels.

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Jan 17

English Second Paper Suggestion for SSC 2016

English Second Paper Suggestion for SSC 2016

CV with Cover Letter

1.For the post of Assistant Teacher

2. For the post of a Marketing Manager
3. For the post of Accounts Officer
4. For the post of a Computer Operator

5. For the post of a Hotel Receptionist Read the rest of this entry »

Jan 17

English First Paper Suggestion for SSC 2016

English First Paper Suggestion for SSC 2016


  1. Capitalism developed in ——— modern amenities
  2. We should say ‘no’ ———- to control corruption
  3. It is true that mother ———- with our existence
  4. Democracy means ———- democratic country
  5. Tolerance is not ———- for compromise

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Jan 15

SSC English First Paper Final Model Test 2016

Final Model Test SSC 2016

                        English First Paper       

Time: 3 hours                                                                Total Marks: 100           

                         Part A: Reading Test (50 Marks)

Read the text and answer the following questions. Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 28

A Dialogue about how to Eradicate Illiteracy

A Dialogue about How to Eradicate Illiteracy

Monir : Hi Sakib, how are you?
Sakib : I’m fine. And you?
Monir : I’m fine too. But I’m thinking about a great problem of our country.
Sakib : Which are you speaking of?
Monir : It is our illiteracy problem. What’s your opinion?
Sakib : Yes. It is a great problem as well as a curse for the country.
Monir : How?    Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 18

HSC English First Paper Model Test

HSC English First Paper Model Test (1)

 Time: 90 Minutes                                          Marks: 55

(Part A – Seen Comprehension)

Read the passage below and answer the questions 1 and 2:

Statistics show that about 350 million people speak English as a language and another 300 million use it as a second language. It is the official or semi-official language in more than 60 countries and of many international organizations. The International Olympic Committee, for example, always holds meetings in English. English helps the international community and the business world to communicate across national borders. Today, more than 80% of all the information in the world’s computers is in English, so organizations frequently need Read the rest of this entry »

Dec 18

A Paragraph on Sound Pollution

                                     Sound Pollution

When the vibration of sound is at a tolerable and pleasant level, it is called simply sound . But when it is sharp and harsh to ears, it becomes sound pollution. There are many causes of sound pollution. It is caused from noisy and intolerable sound of horns of vehicles , miking, music , diesel truck, motorcycle alarm clock, television etc. The growth of unbar population causes sound pollution. Many problems are caused by sound pollution. Generally it causes aggression and damages hearing . It also causes high blood pressure, lack of concentration , environmental pollution etc. Thus sound pollution creates problem in our normal life. Factory work, truck driving, and primary school teaching etc. are considered to be noisest occupations. To minimize sound pollution, we have to build mills and factory far away from locality. Besides, proper implemention of laws and proper steps of government can reduce sound pollution.


SSC English First Paper Suggestion 2016

Subject: English FIRST Paper
Question Structure & Marks Distribution for all Examination
Section A (Re-arranging Sentence.
1 Kazi Nazrul Islam 6 Musa Ibrahim
2 Dr Alfred Nobel 7 An honest farmer and a purse of Gold
3 Shakespear 8 A snake and the crow
4 Einstein 9 Androcles
5 Marco Polo 10 Shiekh Saadi and a gang of robbers (more…)


SSC English Second Paper Suggestion 2016

Suggestion for SSC Exam-2016
Subject: English 2nd Paper

CV with Cover Letter
1 For lecturer in English 6 For a probationary officer
2 For Personal Assistant 7 For a computer operator
3 For a field officer 8 For an Assistant marketing Manager
4 For an office Executive 9 For the position of a tutor
5 For the position of a Journalist 10 For the position of a receptionist (more…)

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