গত সংখ্যায় ছাপা হওয়া মডেল টেস্টের উত্তর মিলিয়ে নাও...
1. (a) became heir to (b) livable
(c) lean (d) desolate place
(e) disclose (f) a general and a saint (g) 2 yards
2. (a) ‘Heritage’ is what we inherit from the past, live with them in the present and then pass on to our children or future generation.
(b) It is situated at the outskirts of Bagerhat town-not very far from the dense mangrove forest of the Sundarbans. It was founded by the Turkish general, a saint and a warrior Ulugh Khan Jahan in the 15th century.
(c) The infrastructure of the city reveals significant technical skills in many mosques as well as early Islamic monuments.
(d) Khan Jahan adorned the city with a network of roads, bridges, public buildings and reservoirs to make the city habitable. There are about 360 mosques in the city. Among them, the most remarkable is the multi-domed shat Gambuj Mosque.
(e) Besides being used as a prayer hall, Khan Jahan used the mosque as his court too.
3. (a) changed/replaced
(c) manner/nature (d) more
4. i. youngest (ii) in Macedonia
(iii) at the age of 12
(iv) Mother Teresa (v) in 1979
5. Mother Teresa, the servant to humanity, hailed from Macedonia. At the age of 12, she felt an urge to spread the love of Christ and so she decided to become a missionary. In 1928, she left home and joined the Sisters of Loreto, an Irish community of nuns which had missions in India. After receiving training for months, she came to India. On May 24, 1931, she took her initial vows as a nun. However, poverty in Kolkata moved her and she left the convent in 1948 to work for the poor. She founded the home for the dying, sick and helpless people in Kolkata and named it Nirmal Hridoy.
6. [a+iv+iii], [b+i+i], [c+v+v], [d+ii+ii], [e+iii+iv]
A Tea Stall
A tea stall is a common sight in the town and village market. It is a mini shop. We find it in the street sides, at the bus stand, the launch ghat, in a railway station, infront of an office etc. A few benches or chairs with tables are placed in a tea stall. The customers sit here for having tea. It is generally frequented by the weary passers-by, the tired office-goers, the fatigued labourers, the exhausted rickshaw pullers as well as the commoners. While having tea they go on gossiping in groups a on any kind of subject and that is why it is called a Mini Sangsad’. It is in fact a resort for pleasure seeking people irrespective of colour, caste and creed. It generally opens early in the morning and closes at night. It is usually a busy place where people can share their joys and sorrows.
Bayazid’s Devotion to His Mother
Once there was a small boy named Bayazid Bostami. He was born in Bostam, Iraq. Once his mother was ill. Meanwhie, one night he was studying by the side of the bed of his ailing mother. All on a sudden his mother woke up, raised her head and told her son to give her a glass of water. Bayazid went to the kitchen to bring water. But unfortunately there was not a drop of water in the pitcher. He did not give up hope. Then he remembered that there was a fountain at the end of the village. But it was a dead of dark night and the whole locality was in deep sleep. However, Bayazid went there with the pitcher to fetch water for his mother. He returned with the pitcher full of water. But by that time his mother fell asleep again. Bayazid thought that he should not disturb his mother’s sleep. So, he stood still beside his mother’s bed with a glass of water in his hand. Thus, the rest of the night passed by. In the morning his mother woke up. She found her son standing with a glass of water beside her bed. At first she could not understand anything. But soon she could remember everything. Her heart was filled with a unique love for Bayazid. She embraced her son and prayed for him from the core of her heart.
10. The graph depicts the information about the percentage of internet users of Bangladesh by years. It presents the scenario of the rate of users of Bangladesh from 2014 to 2019. In 2014 the user rate was only 45%. It significantly increased in the next near and came to 50% .In 2016 the rate reached 60%. In 2017 the rate increased and came up to 650%. In 2018, the rate decreased and came to 58%. But in 2019, the rate increased and reached to 70%.So the number of users is increasing day by day.
20 / 12 /19
Thank you very much for your sweet note. I assume you are hale and hearty. I am fine by the grace of almighty Allah. I am glad that you have wanted to know what I intend to do.
You may have different ideas about my plan but I really intend to visit my village in order to volunteer in a local primary school. Students of this level are deprived of proper care and nursing. I along with some of my friends will go to our village and serve the school going children. This is the moulding time for the tender mind. If we are able to impart them proper education it would be a great help for the poor villagers.
Please convey my regards to your parents and love to your little brother. I will talk to you soon. Advance wishes for your brilliant results.
Your loving friend
12. A dialogue between two friends about the importance of learning English is given below:
Myself : Hi Radin, how are you?
Radin : Fine and you?
Myself : Ok. Let’s discuss about the importance of learning English.
Radin : It is an international language. You know people all over the world use it as a first language or second.
Myself : I mean, English is internationally a communicative medium. Do you mean it?
Radin : Yes. You know books of higher level are either written or translated into English. So, to have higher education there is no alternative to learn English. English helps to get a good job and better salary.
Myself : Is there any easy way to learn this language?
Radin : Yes. There are basically four steps to learn any second language and these are reading, writing, speaking and listening. If you master at these four skills you will be able to speak fluently.
Myself : Oh, I see.
Radin : Besides, you have to listen to radio, watch TV, watch BBC and CNN and many more channels to boost up your English learning.
Myself : Right. Ok, friend no more today, bye
Radin : Ok, bye.