Bangladesh is now apparently in the grip of all sorts of pollution like air pollution, soil pollution and water pollution. The dwellers of the urban areas are the worst sufferers of such pollution. The indiscriminate industrialisation process in Bangladesh over the past decades has created significant environmental problems. We will now know about some of the most common types of environmental pollutions and ways of coping with them.

Bangladesh is now apparently in the grip of all sorts

[quads id=1] Bangladesh is now apparently in the grip of all sorts of pollution Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it.  Unit-5: Lesson-2(B) Bangladesh is now apparently in the grip of all sorts of pollution like air pollution, soil pollution and water pollution. The dwellers of […]

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Today there are many jobs where you need English. This is because the world has become smaller. Vast distances are shortened by speedy transport. We can talk to a person thousands of kilometres away on the phone or the Internet. So we can communicate with the whole world easily. English has made this communication easier.

Today there are many jobs where you need English.

[quads id=1] Today there are many jobs where you need English. Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it. Unit-4: Lesson-5(D) Today there are many jobs where you need English. “Today there are many jobs where you need English. This is because the world has become smaller. […]

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In the next class Ms Choudhury tells her students the story of Lipi. In brief the story is like this: The year before last, Lipi, a 14-year old girl, had been in class 9 in a rural school in Rangpur. Lipi is the eldest of five children---three daughters and two sons. Their father is a day labourer working on other people’s land and mother is a homemaker and a part-time worker at other people’s houses.

In the next class Ms Choudhury tells her students the story

[quads id=1] In the next class Ms Choudhury tells her students the story Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it.  Unit-4: Lesson-4(B) In the next class Ms Choudhury tells her students the story of Lipi. In brief the story is like this: The year before last, […]

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The class comes up with different problems. One group leader says, “The scarcity of food will be a serious problem. It is true that our agriculturists have developed new varieties of rice and it’s per acre production has definitely increased.

The class comes up with different problems.

[quads id=1] The class comes up with different problems. Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it. Unit-4: Lesson-3(C) The class comes up with different problems. One group leader says, “The scarcity of food will be a serious problem. It is true that our agriculturists have developed […]

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SSC English Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-6(B). ‘Pahela Boishakh’ is the first day of Bangla new year. The day is a public holiday. This day has a special significance for us as it forms a part of Bangalee culture and tradition. People from all walks of life, irrespective of their ethnic identity or religious beliefs, celebrate the day with traditional festivities. On this day, the whole of Bangladesh is in a festive mood. The day inspires people to start life with renewed hopes and inspirations.

SSC English Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-6(B)

[quads id=1] SSC English Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-6(B) Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50) Unit-3: Lesson-6(B) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it. SSC English Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-6(B). ‘Pahela Boishakh’ is the first day of Bangla new year. The day is a public holiday. This day has a special significance for […]

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SSC English First Paper Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-5(B). 26 March, our Independence Day, is the biggest state festival. The day is celebrated every year in the country with great enthusiasm and fervour. It is a national holiday. All offices, educational institutions, shops and factories remain closed on this day. The day begins with 31 gunshots.

SSC English First Paper Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-5(B)

[quads id=1] SSC English First Paper Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-5(B) Part A : Reading Test (Marks-50)   Unit-3: Lesson-5(B) Read the passage carefully and answer the questions following it.                  SSC English First Paper Seen Passage Unit-3: Lesson-5(B). 26 March, our Independence Day, is the biggest state festival. The […]

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