মো: জাকারিয়া আলম, প্রভাষক, ঢাকা রেসিডেনসিয়াল মডেল কলেজ, মোহাম্মদপুর, ঢাকা
২৮ ফেব্রুয়ারি, ২০১৭ ০০:০০
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Nobody can prosper (a) — life without industry. You have to work hard either (b) — earn money or to acquire knowledge. Those who are idle always lag (c) —.Those, who have achieved higher position (d) — the society are all industrious. Remember that industry is the key (e) — prosperity. (f) — industry none can prosper in life.
One should not run (a) — the money because those who are hanker (b) — money cannot enjoy mental peace. Sometimes, it may lead one (c) — some unexpected troubles. It also happens that greed (d) — money brings (e) — many problems. So we should be contented (f) — what we have.
The Eiffel Tower was named (a) — Gustave Eifel, A Frenchman. He was born (b) — a prosperous family in 1832. He graduated (c)— the Central School (d) — Engineering (e) — Paris and went to work (f) — a railway construction.
Patriotism refers to love for one’s own country. It removes all sorts of meanness (a) — human mind and makes it broad. Patriotism inspires a man to shed the last drop of blood to defend the freedom of his country. A man (b) — this quality is no better than a beast. A true patriot is honored
(c) — all. His only aim is to promote the welfare (d) — his country and countrymen. He always remembers a wise saying, Mother and motherland are superior (e) — heaven. There are some traitors who always try to destroy the glory of the country (f) — self-interest.
In a society all men are not equally well-off. Some are rich and some are very poor. This is because
(a) — in equal distribution of national wealth. Many are deprived (b) — the basic needs of life. They must be provided (c)—their dues. The rich always draw a line of contrast (d) — themselves and the poor. They look down (e) — the poor. They think if the poor have riches they will lose their control over them. What strange ideal!
A pious man is absorbed (a) — meditation. He has firm faith in Allah. He abides (b) — the rules of religion. He clings (c) — his faith. He knows that man is accountable to Allah (d) — his action. So he leads his life according (e) — religion. He is not angry (f) — anybody.
Everyone desires (a) — wealth. But a few attain it. Some people hanker (b) — riches. Some are content (c) — what they have. True happiness lies (d) — contentment. It is high time we gave (e) — the habit (f) — covetousness.
Man cannot prosper (a) — life (b) — industry. You have to work hard gain knowledge. Those who have reached high position (c) — the society are all active. You should remember that industry is the key (d) — success. Without it we cannot reach the goal (e) — life.
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