HSC English 2nd Paper Model Test 2020

                                                                   HSC Model Test 2020 (2)

                                                                         English 2nd Paper

                                                                     Part A: Grammar (60 Marks)

1. Fill in the blanks in the following text with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (×) in those blanks. 0.5×10=5                      

Every student wants to do better in (a) —— examination. But it is not (b) —— easy work. (c) —— student has to do something for this. From (d) —— very beginning, he must be sincere. He should read (e) —— texts again and again. He must not memories an answer without knowing (f)—— meaning. He must not make notes from a common (g) —— source. He should have good (h) —— command over English. By doing all these things, (i) —— student can hope to make (j) —— excellent result.                                                                                                    Continue reading

HSC English 1st Paper Model Test 2020

                                                                            HSC Model Test 2020 (2)

                                                                                   English First Paper

                                                 Part I: Reading (60 Marks)

1.  Read the following text and answer the questions A and B [Unit—12; Lesson—2]

Conflict can be described as a disagreement among groups or individuals characterized by antagonism and hostility. This is usually fueled by the opposition of one party to another in an attempt to reach an objective different from that of the other party. The elements involved in the conflict have varied sets of principles and values, thus allowing a conflict to arise. Conflict can be defined in many ways but one of the simplest is that it pertains to the opposing ideas and actions of different entities, resulting in an antagonistic state. Conflict is

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HSC English 2nd Paper Model Test 2020

                                                                       HSC Model Test 2020

                                                                           English 2nd Paper

                                            Part A: Grammar (60 Marks)

1.F Fill in the blanks in the following text with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (×) in those blanks. 0.5×10=5

Rahim is (a) —— affluent man now. Through hard work and devotion he has managed to turn the wheels of (b) —— fortune. He was (c) —— unemployed youth before beginning agricultural work. He belonged to (d) —— impoverished family. He worked as (e) —— labourer before he joined the training programme of Natore Horticulture Centre. (f) —— officer in charge of (g) —— centre said that he was (h) —— energetic youth. He first received training in vegetable cultivation. Then he got (i) —— lease of land in his village and applied his knew knowledge to cultivate vegetables. He made (j) —— profit of taka one lakh by cultivating vegetables.

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HSC English 1st Paper Model Test 2020

                                             HSC Model Test 2020

                                                                             English First Paper

                                                                        Part I: Reading (60 Marks)

  1. Read the following text and answer the questions A and B

[Unit—8; Lesson—5 (2)]

Kuakata, locally known as Sagar Kannya (Daughter of the Sea) is a rare scenic spot located on the southernmost tip of Bangladesh. Kuakata in Latachapli union under Kalapara Police Station of Patuakhali district is about 30 km in length and 6 km in breadth. It is 70 km from Patuakhali district headquarters and 320 km from Dhaka. An excellent combination of the picturesque natural beauty, sandy beaches, blue sky and the shimmering expanse of water of the Bay of Bengal and the evergreen forest makes Kuakata a much

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E-learning and Communication in Teachers’ Training and Professional Development

 E-learning and Communication in Teachers’ Training and Professional Development

    Abstract

  A learning system based on formalized teaching but with the help of electronic resources is known as E-learning. While teaching can be based in or out of the classrooms, the use of computers and the Internet forms the major component of E-learning. E-learning can also be termed as a network enabled transfer of skills and knowledge, and the delivery of education is made to a large number of recipients at the same or different times. Earlier, it was not accepted wholeheartedly as it was assumed that this system lacked the human element required in learning. There has been an increasing interest in e-learning in teacher training at universities during the last ten years. With the developing technology, educational methods have differed as well as many other processes. Firstly, a definition on e-learning as a new approach should be given.

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Theme of William Wordsworth

Theme of William Wordsworth:

1. William Wordsworth has chosen incidence and situation from common life in the rural areas and described them ‘in a selection of language really used by men’. But this selection of common life does not mean photographic reproduction. He has given to the ordinary incidence a coloring of imagination to present them in an unusual way. He has put forward certain reasons for choosing his themes from humble and rustic life. Continue reading

Writing Style of William Wordsworth

Writing Style of William Wordsworth:

1. Wordsworth has used the rustic language in his poems after having purified it of its coarseness and other defeats. He has put forward certain reasons for choosing the rustic language for his poetry.

a. The Rustic people can hourly communicate with the best objects of nature from which the best part of the language is derived.

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Valentina Tereshkova

Valentina Tereshkova

Valentina Tereshkova was born in the village Maslennikovo, Tutayevsky District, in Central Russia. Tereshkova’s father was a tractor driver and her mother worked in a textile plant. Tereshkova began school in 1945 at the age of eight, but left school in 1953 and continued her education through distance learning. She became interested in parachuting from a young age, and trained in skydiving at the local Aeroclub, making her first jump at age 22 on 21 May 1959. At that time she was employed as a textile worker in a local factory. It was her expertise in skydiving that led to her selection as a cosmonaut. Continue reading

Global Warming Paragraph

Global Warming

Global warming means the rising of temperature in an average on the surface of the earth. It has affected the environment and whole atmosphere and has resulted into the huge level climate change. There are many reasons behind this increasing global warming. The main reason of global warming is the huge amount of carbon resulting from environmental pollution. Again the destruction of forests adds to this problem. The Continue reading

Rules of Modifiers

Modifier:

A modifier is a word or phrase, or clause that functions as an adjective or adverb. It provides additional information about another word or phrase. It is also known as an adjunct.

Modifier is of two types; Pre-modifier and Post-modifier

When modifiers appear before the head are called Pre- Modifier, and while modifiers appear after the head are called Post- Modifier.

Modifiers may be either restrictive (essential to the meaning of a sentence) or non-restrictive (additional but not essential elements in a sentence).

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