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Most Common Idioms and Phrases

1. ‘Null and void’ – বাতিল [38th BCS preli ; 32th BCS Written]
2. ‘Once in a blue moon’- খুবই কদাচিৎ [38th BCS preli ]
3. ‘Take the bull by the horse’- একটি কঠিন সমস্যার মীমাংসিত চুক্তি [38th BCS preli ]
4. ABC-প্রাথমিক জ্ঞান [31st BCS Written]
5. All in-পরিশ্রান্ত [17th BCS Written]
6. A round dozen-পূর্ণ ডজন বা ১২টি [14th BCS Written]

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Transformation of Sentence for HSC Students

Transform the underlined sentences as directed brackets.

  1. (a) I was too young to have learnt to say no to a woman. (Negative) (b) I guess her hands are bigger than yours. (Positive) (c) All believe that English helps people get good jobs and better salaries. (Passive) (d) The roast was very delicious and the cook could not resist his temptation. (Simple) (e) Bangladesh is a very poor and populated country but she can open a lot of ways to be self-reliant. (Complex)

Answer: a. I was so young that I could not have learnt to say no to a woman. b. I guess your hands are not as big as hers. c. It is believed by all that English helps people get good jobs and better salaries. d. The roast was too delicious for the cook to resist his temptation. e. Though Bangladesh is a very poor and populated country, she can open a lot of ways to be self-reliant. Read More

Dengue Fever Paragraph

                                                                            Dengue Fever 

The global incidence of dengue has grown dramatically in recent decades. About half of the world’s population is now at risk. Dengue is found in tropical and sub-tropical climates worldwide, mostly in urban and semi-urban areas. Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. The symptoms of the fever typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. This may include a high fever, Read More

HSC English 2nd Paper Model Test 2020

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Characteristics of an Epic

What is an Epic? Discuss about the Features of an Epic.

Definition of Epic: An epic is a long narrative poem on a great and serious subject related in an elevated style and centered on a heroic or quasi-divine figure on whose actions depend on the fate of tribe or nation or the human race. Read More

Practice Sheet of Right form of verbs for HSC Students

Practice Sheet of Right form of verbs for HSC Students

1. One day Hazrat Ali’s (R) favourite shield (a) —— (steal). After a long search it (b) —— (find) with a Jew. He (c) —— (ask) him to return the shield. But the Jew (d) —— (refuse) to return it. He (e) —— (say) that the shield was his. Hazrat Ali’s (R) companions (f) —— (be) very angry. They were ready to take the shield by force. But Hazrat Ali (R) (g) —— (stop) them saying, “No, you must (h) —— (do) it. There is no difference between the caliph and his subjects. So I (i) —— (go) to the court of justice.” So Hazrat Ali (R) (j) —— (seek) the help of the court. It was the caliph who had appointed Sharih Qazi. Seeing the justice the Jew accented Islam. Read More

Practice Sheet of Modifier for HSC Students

Practice Sheet of Modifier for HSC Level Students

 Read the following text and use modifiers in the blanks as directed. Read More

HSC English 2nd Paper Model Test 2020

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HSC English 1st Paper Model Test 2020

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HSC English 2nd Paper Model Test 2020

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