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1. Write an application to the principal of your college seeking permission to go on a study tour. 8
2. Suppose, you are a reporter of a daily newspaper. Write a report for your newspaper on food adulteration/indiscriminate use of formalin in food/falling ill after taking poisonous food. 8
3. Write a paragraph on ‘Impacts of Climate Change.’ 10
3.. Write a composition on ‘Your Childhood Memories.’ Write at least 200 words but do not exceed 250 words. 14
1. 20 March, 2019
BAF Shaheen College
Subject : Prayer for permission to go on a study tour.
With due respect we, the students of your institution, beg to state that we intend to pay a visit to Sonargaon, which is a place of historical importance. We also intend to visit some other places like Paharpur, Mainamati, Sylhet and Cox’s Bazar. A visit to these places will help us in getting a fair idea of the history of Bangladesh. In this connection we like to inform you that the party will consist of twenty students including two teachers and we want to spend a couple of days at each place. This tour will also give us a chance to learn about our rich historical background and cultural heritage and it will be pleasurable, instructive and beneficial for us.
We therefore pray and hope that you would be kind enough to grant us permission and sanction some money from the school fund to make our study tour a grand success.
The students of class-XI
2. Food Adulteration /Indiscriminate use of formalin in food/Falling ill after taking poisonous food
Staff Correspondent, The Daily Star, 10 March 2019
Now food adulteration has become a serious problem in our country. Even the villages are not free from this curse. By eating adulterated foods people are suffering from many diseases of heart, liver, lung, kidney, etc. Recently mobile courts have launched campaigns in the main cities of the country. The mobile courts have found that food adulteration is occurring on a large scale across the country. The mobile courts have found unsafe levels of pesticides especially formalin in various food items. They have discovered that fishes, vegetables, fruits, etc. are seriously adulterated with formalin. They have also found unsafe amounts of pesticides in milk, milk products and some items of manufactured food. We know formalin is used to preserve the dead body. But to our great horror, this poisonous element is being used on large scale to preserve food items. Consequently, people are suffering greatly.
In fact, by eating these adulterated foods, people irrespective of age are meeting an immature death. Hopefully, the government is going to take strict measures against the culprits who are involved tin adulterating food items by mixing formalin and other poisonous things with foods. In this respect, people from all walks of life must come forward and help the government to make this campaign a success.
3. Climate Change
Climate change refers to changes in climate. In fact, climate on earth is constantly changing. Because of climate change, weather pattern in many regions on earth is undergoing changes. Various factors are responsible for climate change. There are both natural and man-made causes. The natural causes are variations in solar radiation, orbital variations, ocean variability, volcanising etc. Human activities are also greatly responsible for climate change. For habitation and agricultural purposes we are cut down trees and destroy forests. This affects the climate adversely. Besides, use of CFC and various other chemicals in industries are causing serious harm to the ozone layer in the atmosphere. As a result, there is a rapid increase in earth’s average temperature causing greenhouse effect. Climate change has serious impact on the life and existence of plants, animals and humans on earth. Because of climate change the glaciers are melting and the sea-level is rising. A huge amount of land area on earth is under threat of being inundated by water. Many climatologists say that if the melting of solar ice caps continues, the southern part of Bangladesh may go under water. So, Bangladesh has to work with the world community to save the earth from the dangerous impacts of climate change.
4. Childhood is the period of being a child. My childhood was full of happiness and pleasure. They are now only a source of joy. It is the sweetest period of my life.
I am the eldest son of my parents. Obviously, everybody loves me dearly. I was specially taken care of by every family members. I was very much favourite to my grandmother. She usually would give me sweets and told me fairly tales. On market day, I would go to the village market with my grandfather. First of all, he would buy me any sweet which I liked. Sometime he took me on his shoulder when I was a mere child. He used to save me from my parents if they would rebuke me.
My first day at school is also fresh in my mind. One fine morning, my father took me to the headmaster of a nearby primary school. The headmaster showed me affection and gave me a book of pictures. I felt very happy to have that book. He asked me some question. I could answer them well. So he was pleased to take me in class one. When I was in the new class, I was a bit nervous first but soon I could adjust myself to the new circle.
Besides, my childhood was full of freedom and joy. I would often play with my friends. On summer noon, I would pluck mangoes with them. I had a great fascination for picking green mangoes. I used to swim in the river and jump into it.
During my holidays, when my mother went to sleep at noon. I sometime stole away and went to the railway line. There together with other children, I would gather pebbles. We also watched how the trains passed. Once the train went out of sight, it would pass onto an unknown world.
My childhood was full of blessings. It was full of happiness and thrills. I enjoyed my childhood days very much. I wish I would have got those days back again.