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প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা সমাপনী প্রস্তুতি - ইংরেজি

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প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা সমাপনী প্রস্তুতি - ইংরেজি

Read the text and answer the questions 1, 2 and 3.

On 14 December our school went on a field trip to the liberation war museum at Segunbagicha, Dhaka. The trip was planned as part of our Bangladesh and global studies course. Our bus reached the museum at 10 am. A guide was waiting for us. He welcomed us warmly and took us on a quick tour of the different galleries and exhibits of the museum. There were six galleries that exhibited rare photographs, documents and newspaper clippings and objects used by the freedom fighters and the martyrs of our liberation war. At Gallery 3, our teacher read out to us the declaration of the independence by Bangobandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Some other visitors also stopped and listened to it attentively. As we went inside gallery 6, we fell silent. We are sad as we looked at the personal belongings of some of our martyred intellectuals and freedom fighters – a pair of glasses, a pen, a notebook, a money bag, a soiled shirt and other such things.

We left the museum at 12:30. Before that we watched a video film on our liberation war and our independence. It was an experience we will never forget.

 

1. Match the words of the column A with their meaning that is mentioned in the column text column B.    5

2. Read the following statements. Write (T) in your answer script if the statement is true. Write (F) if the statement is false. If false, give the correct answer.          6

a) A guide was waiting there.

b) The trip was planned as part of education.

c) Visitors left the museum at 1:00 pm.

d) There were five permanent galleries at the museum.

e) The Liberation War Museum is situated at Shahabag.

f) It was a memorable experience.

3. Answer the following questions.     12

a) Why was the trip planned?

b) What did the galleries exhibit?

c) What did the guide do for the students?

d) Why were the students sad?

e) What did they watch in video film?

f) Which objects of martyred intellectuals one can see in the museum?

 

Answer

Answer to the question no. 1

(a+iii) = Reach – to arrive at any place

(b+v) = Welcome – to be pleased that someone has come

(c+iv) = Warmly – in a way that makes you feel warm

(d+i) = Quick – done with speed

(e+ii) = Martyr – a person who dies for the country

           

Answer to the question no. 2

a) True, b) False, c) False

d) False, e) False, f) True

 

Answer to the question no. 3

a) The trip was planned as part of our Bangladesh and global studies course.

b) The galleries exhibit rare photographs, documents and newspaper clippings and objects used by the freedom fighters and the martyrs of our liberation war.

c) The guide welcomed the students warmly and took them on a quick tour of the different galleries and exhibits of the museum.

d) The students were sad as they looked at the personal belongings of some of our martyred intellectuals and freedom fighters - a pair of glasses, a pen, a notebook, a money bag, a soiled shirt and other such things.

e) They watched a video film on our liberation war and our independence.

f) One can see a pair of glasses, a pen, a notebook, a money bag, a soiled shirt and other such things in the museum.

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