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PARAGRAPHS FOR JSC, SSC, HSC & OTHER EXAMINATIONS (M-1)

Updated: Nov 7, 2023


A Moonlit Night: An eternal resource of beauty A moonlit night really comes to us as a dream of enchanting beauty and eternal source of joy that stimulate our mind spontaneously. It offers a very charming view. If anybody enthusiastically wants to enjoy a moonlit night, he will see that it is just a thing of beauty and joy that he has never enjoyed. In the daylight some scenes are beautiful and others may not be so, but the same scene in the soft light of the moon looks beautiful as a poet’s dream of fairyland. As forests, houses, rivers and buildings all such manmade or natural objects are beautiful by day, all these things are more beautiful at night. They look something extraordinary and something more in a moonlight night than our rigid reality. The scenic beauty of a river or an ocean in a moonlit night can better be enjoyed than described. It has a magical power of transporting us to a land of beauty and imagination and to arouse in us a centre feeling to sing in tune with the poet. With the fragrance of different flowers, the moonlight can overwhelm the poets’ mind even the mind of the general. When the moon winks in the sky and gradually spreads her soft and alluring light, we cannot but lose ourselves in the tide of mind’s stimulation. Poets write their poems with the enthusiasm of atmospheric setting and lovers and couples gossip forgetting their time-pass. Patients and fragile people can get new life in the new atmosphere of the moonlit night. So, a moonlit night is indeed a great achievement for us all deliberating her influence on human mind.

Role of media

In general, “media” refers to various means of communication channels through which news, entertainment, education, data, or promotional messages are disseminated. Media includes every broadcasting and narrowcasting medium such as newspapers, magazines, TV, radio, billboards, direct mail, telephone, fax, and internet. In the world of today, media has become as necessary as food and clothing. It has played significant as well as influential role in strengthening the society and making the world a global village. Media is considered as “mirror” of the modern society. The purpose of the media is to inform people about current, new affairs and to tell about the latest gossip and fashion. It also helps to form opinions and make judgements regarding various issues. It has become one way of trading and marketing of products and prejudices. It keeps people updated and informed about what is happening around them and the world. Media can be considered as “watch dog” of political democracy. It serves to reduce the communication gap between the audience, viewers and the media world. For the sake of publicity and selling, important figures, their lifestyles are usually targeted. But unfortunately, media these days has become a commercialized sector. Media has had a bad effect on a generation, mainly because, teenagers and children are strongly influenced by media. The media affects people’s perspective. I believe, if the media identifies its responsibility and work sincerely and honestly, and then it can serve as a great force in building the nation.

Microcredit finance

Microcredit, also called micro banking or microfinance, a means of extending credit, usually in the form of small loans with no collateral, to nontraditional borrowers such as the poor in rural areas. This approach was institutionalized in 1976 by Muhammad Yunus, an American-educated Bangladeshi economist who had observed that a significant percentage of the world’s population has been barred from acquiring the capital necessary to rise out of poverty. There are about 800 micro finance institutions in Bangladesh with a total membership of 7 million. The cumulative disbursement by these institutions since there is estimated at Tk. 44 billion. It is estimated that they have made employment of 54000 people. It has many positive effects on socio economic variables. Apart from providing loan to the rural woman it creates employment opportunities, eradicates poverty, and raises consciousness. It also emphasizes children’s schooling, nutrition and family planning. Borrowing by women particularly improved the nutritional status both male and female children. Consumption by 5 percent of the programme participants increased to the point that their households rose above the poverty line. These findings about the importance of micro credit in poverty reduction have been substantiated by other studies both in Bangladesh and in other countries.

My Dream

A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. The people of our country are still not free rather sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. They live on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity. Even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream deeply rooted in the Bengali dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed. We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal. One day the sons of former slaves and slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. The heat of injustice and oppression will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice. Our children will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. Every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together. We will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. Then we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day. And if Bangladesh is to be a great nation, this must become true. So let freedom ring from the North to South and from East to West, from every hill, mountainside and molehill of Bangladesh. And when this happens, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s creation, poor men and rich men, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the human spiritual.

A Moon-lit Night

A night of full moon in a bright sky is called a moon-lit night. At night, the moon appears on the eastern horizon. The whole world seems to smile. That is, it produces an unspeakable magic spell on all objects, rivers, trees, buildings, large corn-fields and mountains. When the silvery light of the moon falls on the steady water of a river, it looks like rippling silver lace. Trees, hedges etc. seem to wear a bright green garment. It is really impossible to draw an open picture of the beauty of a moonlit night. Men move about from here to there. Even the birds come out of their nests and fly from hither to thither. In the village, children play different amusing games in the open fields. The moon allures the mind. The magic spell of the moon affects all young and old. The moonlit night is dear to the lovers of beauty. In fact, the charming scene of a moon-lit night beggars description.

A MOONLIT NIGHT

A moonlit night is really charming and enjoyable. It presents a beautiful sight. It dazzles our eyes and soothes our heart. In a moonlit night the moon looks like a disc of silver. The moon bathes the whole world with her silvery light. The watery places mean canals; rivers and tanks seem to smile on a moonlit night. The grand spectacles that the canals, rivers and tanks present cannot be described in words. The whole nature looks bright and appears in celestial light. People of all age enjoy a moonlit night. Young boys play and little boys and girls make merriments and amuse themselves. A moonlit night is really enjoyable to a newly married couple. Men and women of middle ages cannot come out of doors. They pass some hours in gossiping and story telling and enjoy the night. Poets of all languages sing highly of a moonlit night. Even lower animals come

out at night and little insects also fly here and there. A moonlit night is pleasant and fine indeed.

A MOONLIT NIGHT

A night enlightened by moonbeam is called a moonlight night. This is a thing of beauty and joy. So it is pleasing to all. During this time the moon gives soft silvery rays on every object of nature like rivers, trees, buildings, mountains, fields and what not. This beauty is surely unspeakable. Shelly himself has described it as a “white fire”. The beauty of it reaches its peak when it is in full moon. During this time every creature gets cheerful. It is worth enjoying in the villages. Here children feel like playing in the open fields or courtyard. Most of the birds come out of the nests. Housewives sing folk songs in chorus. Tired mother and grandmother lie on the mat in the green yard in a moonlit night. Poets of all countries get the subject matter to write poetry during this time. Even the beasts come out of their folds and run to and fro. Since all the creatures enjoy themselves on a moonlit might, it loses its dullness and becomes as glorious as a day





A Moon-lit Night

A moon-lit night is a wonderful blessing among the gifts of nature. A moon-lit night is a night when the full moon appears in the sky at night. The night is really enjoyable and impressive to all sections of people, high and low. It assumes a matchless sight in a moon-lit night. The moon looks like a bright dish of silver in a moon-lit night. The moon shines brightly on every object of tile nature. Every object of the nature such as rivers, canals, seas, oceans, ponds, fields, trees, houses, buildings, hills, mountains etc. seem to smile on a moon-lit night. People of all ages and classes enjoy the moon-lit night very much. Young boys and girls play out-door games and children run about in the open field. A newly married couple (lip) also comes out of the doors with a view to enjoying the matchless beauty of the moon-lit night. Even grown up people do no to to bed without enjoying the charming sight of the night. Both men and women of all ages pass hours and hours in gossiping, telling stories and playing out door games on the joyful night. Poets enjoy the night very much. Birds and animals come out of their sheds and nests to enjoy the beauty of the night. Little insects fly here and there on the night. The moon-lit night removes the monotony of the day's hard works. It reminds us the wonderful creative power of the Creator. A life can not be happy and decent without enjoying a moon-lit night.

MY FAVOURITE SPORT


Having played many games in the course of the last eight / nine years, I think that football is the best of all. The other sports do not arouse in me half the interest that football does. Football is played in a large field. It is 120 yards long and 80 yards broad. Two goal posts are placed at the end of the opposite sides with a cross bar. The game is played between two parties. Each party consists of eleven players. There is a referee to conduct the game. The ball is placed in the centre of the field. The players of each party stand face to face in their respective side. When the referee blows the whistle, the striker of one party first kicks the ball and the game begins. Each of the players tries his best to pass the ball inside the goal of the opposite party. The party who can score a large number of goals is called winner. The game is played for one and half an hour. An interval of short period between two halves is allowed. Football is a very interesting game. I find pleasure and recreation in football. The spirit of co-operation among the players and the orderly organisation of the teams foster a feeling of brotherhood and develop a methodical habit. It makes the players strong and active. The tactics, presence of mind, speed, and pluck required for a football-player at every step are seldom to be seen in any other game. The best feature of the game is the sports manlike spirit with which defeat is, as a rule, borne.

My Favourite Sportsman

My favourite sportsman is Ronaldoo. Every conscious person is fond of sports and games. So even sports loving person has a favourite sportsman. I am a student. I love playing and watching sports and games. I arri very much fond of football. Ronaldoo is about 32. He was born in Brazil. He is a strong bodied young man. He has smiling face. He is very co-operative, disciplined punctual and sympathetic. He is very polite and gentle in nature. He is a world-wide popular football player. Really he plays football very artfully and wonderfully. He is very respectful to the rules of the play-ground and the referee. He never makes any foul with other players and disobeys the referee. So, he has gained an uncommon name' and fame all over the world for his fair play. He earns a lot but he spends the money to improve the lot of the helpless and the street children. Brazil won the world cup in 2006 by dint of his unparallel performance. The football lovers ate highly impressed (W) watching his wonderful perfonance. He has been football for about 15 years. Really, we are proud of the world famous football player.

My Favourite Teacher / The Teacher I like Best


An ideal teacher is one of the most important and invaluable assets of a society or a country. He can build-up, change and reform a society or a nation according to his own dream and philosophy . I have got many good teachers. Mr. Abdur Rasheed is my favourite teacher of all. He comes of an educated Muslim family at Durgapur, Ashugonj, B. Baria. He is an English teacher. He is about 54. He is a B. Com. B-Ed. He has some special qualities . He is well-educated, well-experienced well-trained up, well-behaved and well‑dressed. He is very dutiful, responsible, punctual, persevering kind, Sociable,amiable polite, gentle, friendly, co-operative, helpful and sympathetic He is always truthful and cheerful . He is never rude to none. He is always cheerful. His teaching method is very nice. He has/possesses a good command over English. His voice is very sweet and clear. He always makes any lesson very interesting. easy and simple to his students. We never feels bored in his class . He always maintains discipline strictly and he teaches us the value of discipline and the importance of a good moral character which is the best ornament of our life . He advises us to be an ideal citizen . He never thinks of his own comfort and happiness. Such an ideal teacher is seldom found in society. He is my best teacher, guide and friend.


My Favourite Teacher / The Teacher I like Best

An ideal teacher represents an invaluable asset within society or a nation, possessing the potential to construct, transform, and reform the very fabric of their environment in alignment with their vision and philosophy. In my personal educational journey, I have been fortunate to encounter several exemplary educators; however, Mr. Abdur Rasheed stands out as my most esteemed mentor. Hailing from a distinguished and erudite Muslim family in Durgapur, Ashugonj, B. Baria, Mr. Rasheed specializes in English instruction and boasts an impressive academic background, holding qualifications of a B.Com and B.Ed. His exceptional attributes encompass a profound reservoir of knowledge, extensive pedagogical experience, refined etiquette, and a sartorial elegance that is emblematic of his professionalism.Mr. Rasheed's commitment to his vocation is remarkable, exemplified by his unwavering sense of duty, punctuality, perseverance, kindness, sociability, amiability, politeness, gentility, friendliness, cooperativeness, helpfulness, and an innate capacity for empathy. His moral compass is unwavering, characterized by a commitment to truthfulness and an ever-present cheerfulness. As an educator, he possesses an extraordinary aptitude for disseminating knowledge, employing a teaching methodology that captures the attention and interest of his students, rendering even the most complex subjects accessible and comprehensible. His mastery of the English language is unmistakable, accentuated by a melodious and articulate voice that adds a melodious cadence to his lessons. Beyond imparting academic content, Mr. Rasheed serves as a paragon of discipline, underscoring the importance of this virtue in our lives. He instills in his students the significance of a virtuous moral character as the most valuable adornment one can possess. His guidance extends beyond the classroom, nurturing us to aspire to be model citizens who prioritize the collective good over personal comfort and happiness. In the realm of education, individuals of Mr. Rasheed's caliber are indeed a rare and cherished find, making him not only my preeminent teacher but also a trusted guide and cherished friend.



MAY DAY

May Day is a red-letter day. May 1st, the International Workers Day, commemorates the historic struggle of working people throughout the world. This day is recognised in most countries. All the privileges today workers enjoy including a minimum wage, safety laws and eight-hour workday, came about due to the sacrifice of the workers in 1886. From the beginning of the Industrial Revolution people in factories have worked very long shifts, lasting up to fourteen or even more hours a day. In the 1880s a new movement calling for an eight hour day inspired both Labour Unions and unorganised workers. On May 3, 1886, police fired into a crowd of strikers at the McComick Harvest Machine Company, Chicago, killing at least one striker, seriously wounding five or six hers and injuring an undetermined number. The events of May Day 1886 is a reminder that workers will continue to be exploited until they stand up and speak out to gain better working conditions, better pay and better lives. May Day is the day when the workers asked only for bread and a shortening of the long hours of toil. The agitators gave them visions; the police gave them clubs. But it could not resist the revolt of the demonstrators. And finally the long cherished dream of the workers all over the world came true.

MAY DAY

The fact that workers had it tough in the early years of the American Industrial revolution is widely taught in schools. Sixteen-hour workdays in dangerous conditions, child labour, exploitation and accidents were common. Then magically everything became better in a civilised, twentieth century. May Day is the force to bring about this change all over the world. May Day is a red-letter day. May 1st, the International Workers Day, commemorates the historic struggle of working people throughout the world. This day is recognised in most countries. All the privileges today workers enjoy including a minimum wage, safety laws and eight-hour workday, came about due to the sacrifice of the workers in 1886. From the beginning of the Industrial Revolution people in factories have worked very long shifts, lasting up to fourteen or even more hours a day. In the 1880s a new movement calling for an eight hour day inspired both Labour Unions and unorganised workers. It is 1880s workers demanding humane treatment; it is men and women around the world marching in solidarity against the factory owners who would have them work all day, every day but Sunday. On May 3, 1886, police fired into a crowd of strikers at the McComick Harvest Machine Company, Chicago, killing at least one striker, seriously wounding five or six others and injuring an undetermined number. The events of May Day 1886 is a reminder that workers will continue to be exploited until they stand up and speak out to gain better working conditions, better pay and better lives. May Day is the day when the workers asked only for bread and a shortening of the long hours of toil. The agitators gave them visions; the police gave them clubs. But it could not resist the revolt of the demonstrators. And finally the long cherished dream of the workers all over the world gradually came true.



May Day

May Day is one of the most important and significant days of the year. Every year May 1 is observed as the International Workers' Day throughout/ across the world. May Day is observed as a public holiday all over the world. It is a glorious day to the working section of people across the world. May Day is observed demanding the due rights of the working classes of people. May Day reminds us the great dedication of -some heroic workers who dedicated their lives for the greater interest of the working classes of people in Chicago in the year of 1886. The background bf May Day is very painful Before May 1, 1886 the working people had to work for long hours but could not get their due wages and facilities. At first, workers in the city of Chicago demanded for 8 hours working period and other facilities. The then capitalist government wanted to stop their movement . On May 1, 1886 police fired upon the procession of the workers . One. worker was killed and some were wounded. After raising the flame of protest on May 1 in 1886, today all classes of working people enjoy 8 hour working period, job security and other facilities. On this day workers hold meetings and take out processions demanding their rights. On May Day workers get inspiration from the great sacrifice of the Martyrs of 1886 to be united and fight for their demand in order to lead a decent and successful life.


Metro Rail/ Dhaka Metro Rail


The Dhaka Metro Rail (DMR) is a fast train system being built in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It's like a train that runs quickly in the city to help people get around faster. The train will travel a route that is 22 kilometers long, from Uttara to Bangladesh Bank, and it will stop at 16 different places along the way, including places like Mirpur, Farmgate, and Shahbagh. This project costs a lot of money, about Tk 22,000 crore. Most of this money, Tk 16,600 crore, is coming from the Japanese government as a loan with very low interest. The rest of the money will be managed by the government of Bangladesh. They started building it in May 2015, and they hope to finish by 2022. The train tracks are not on the ground, like you might see in other cities. Instead, they are high above the ground, supported by big pillars. This way, the train stations are far from the traffic and pollution, making it more comfortable for passengers. The Dhaka Metro Rail is expected to help with the city's bad traffic. It's a big project and will be finished in two parts. When it's all done, it will carry about 60,000 people every hour and make it faster to get around Dhaka. This will save time and money for people and help the city's economy. But, while they are building it, there have been some traffic problems in Dhaka because of all the digging and construction work. However, most people understand that these short-term troubles are worth it for the long-term benefits, like reducing traffic and improving the quality of life in the city. So, overall, the Dhaka Metro Rail is seen as a positive step towards a better and more modern future for the city.


Dhaka Metro Rail

The Dhaka Metro Rail is a crucial project in the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka, scheduled for completion by 2023. Spanning a length of 21.26 kilometers with 17 stations, it aims to address the growing population's transportation needs in Dhaka. The government of Bangladesh is financing the project, with financial support from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), totaling an estimated $2.8 billion. This metro rail system is poised to have a transformative impact on the city's transportation. Dhaka has long grappled with heavy traffic congestion due to its burgeoning population, and the metro rail promises to alleviate this problem. Capable of transporting up to 60,000 passengers per hour, it is expected to significantly reduce the number of cars on the road, subsequently curbing air pollution and enhancing the overall quality of life in the city. Affordability is a key focus, with fare details yet to be announced but anticipated to be accessible to a broad range of the population. Beyond offering a convenient mode of transportation, the metro rail project will also generate employment opportunities both during construction and upon completion. Economically, the Dhaka Metro Rail is poised to support growth and development by enhancing transportation infrastructure. It will facilitate better connectivity within the city, streamlining commutes for the workforce and enabling efficient movement of goods and services, ultimately boosting the city's economic efficiency. In summary, the Dhaka Metro Rail is a vital undertaking for Dhaka, aiming to deliver a modern, reliable, and efficient transportation system, reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, create job opportunities, and foster economic growth and development for the city and its residents.



MORNING WALK

Walking in the morning is very good for health. One can enjoy the fresh air of the morning and remain fresh the whole day by making a habit of walking in the cool hours of the morning. By leaving the bed early one can come in contact with the outside world in its impressive mood including the flowers, trees, ponds, lakes, birds and insects. People from all walks of life can enjoy the benefits of morning walk. Morning walk is very good for those people who remain awfully busy in their offices. This is also very good for diabetic patients. In our society there are many people who cannot get up early and prepare them for morning walk. It is very natural those people who go to bed late at night cannot get up from bed early in the morning. They are very unfortunate in the sense that they fail to avail the benefits of morning walk in their lives. By taking morning walk we can remain fresh and energetic both physically and mentally and accomplish our various duties efficiently. It relieves our tensions and keeps us cool in the face of busy working days.

A Morning Walk

There are a good number of good habits of a man's life. A morning walk is one of them. It is also a good form of exercise. A life can't be happy. decent. comfortable, long and successful without a morning walk. Both the young and the old man can walk at morning. A morning walk is suitable before sun-rise. The duration of a morning walk varies from person to person. The young person walks at morning for a long period but the old person or the weak person walks for a short period. The morning air is fresh and cool. It is free from pollution. Only the person walking at morning can inhale pure air. The fresh morning air refreshes both his body and mind. At morning the nature looks matchless beautiful. So a man who walks at morning can enjoy the real beauty of the nature and hear the sweet chirping of the birds. It is that walking at morning is very useful to health. It makes a man cheerful, strong and healthy. It removes the monotony of the routine works/life. It keeps a man disease free. A man walking at morning regularly leads a happy and long He is successful in every work. So in order to make life successful and fruitful one should cultivate this good habit from early life.

Mobile Phone

Or, The Uses of Mobile Phone

Or, The Importance of Mobile Phone

Mobile Phone is one of the most wonderful and useful inventions/ blessings of modern science. Modern science has made possible what was impossible yesterday. Mobile phone is a great success of science. It has opened a new door in the field of communication. It is the most up-to-date means of communication and correspondence. It has saved time and shortened distance. We can send to and receive any information from any corner of the world in a second by sitting at home. The use of mobile phone is easier, cheaper than telephone, telex, telegram, wireless, fax and E-mail. The number of users of mobile phone is increasing day by day in our developing country too. All sections of people are benefited by using mobile phone. Mobile phone is very essential to businessmen, traders, doctors. teachers, high officials, lawyers, service holders, shopkeepers and fisherman. This wonderful invention has mobilized the world business and the process of globalization wonderfully. It also plays an important role in promoting co-operation and brotherhood among the different nations of the world. There are networking systems in mobile phone like NWD and ISD. NWD system is used across the country and ISD is used world-wide. Mobile is not free from its defects. It may damage our hearing and brain. It is harmful to pregnant women owing to its strong radiation. It is great a source of wastage of money of a family. The criminal activities have been increased wonderfully owing to mobile phone. However, mobile phone does a great good service to us.

MOBILE PHONE

A mobile phone is a cellular phone that does not have wires. It works 11%, radio system. it can he carried and used anywhere. Nowadays, there is no need to have a cable connection to converse with others. It is mobile phone through which we can contact with our friends and relatives. There is variety of it. Some of them cover wide range and some of them are short ranged. It is now available throughout our country. The remarkable mobile companies are Grameen Phone, Aktel, Bangla Link and Citycell. Many people are using them for their necessity and many are doing just for fashion. Having no income, just for status only, many people use mobile phones. People of all classes and sectors use it. Its price is not so. high. Now an ordinary mobile phone costs five to six thousand taker only. For instant communication, mobile phone is matchlessly beneficial to us. The children are affected much. Using cellular phone is also harmful to the pregnant women. It is also helping to increase terrorist activities. Many young students are using it. It is a great loss of money of their guardians and a great blow to their future. So we should use mobile phone according to necessity.

Moral Values

Moral values are like guidelines for living a good and right life. They help us do the right thing and be good people. When we follow these values, we become virtuous and feel peaceful inside because we don't have to worry about getting in trouble for doing something wrong. We can also inspire others to be good and kind. We learn about moral values when we are young.Being honest and telling the truth are important moral values. When we are honest and tell the truth, we can make a world where there is no cheating or violence, and that means more peace for everyone. Sometimes, it's hard to be honest, especially when lying might seem easier, but we should always try to tell the truth, even if it's tough. Honesty might hurt sometimes, but it's important. Being honest also means not taking things that don't belong to us. If we steal from others, they might steal from us.

Another moral value is respecting other people. We should treat everyone with respect and also care for all living things. Doing our best in everything we do is also a good value. We should be loyal and do what we say we will do. Moral values stop us from wanting what others have. Taking things that don't belong to us is unfair and dishonest, and it could lead to others doing the same to us. In conclusion, moral values are an indispensable part of our life. They guide our actions, shape our character, and influence our interactions with others. By adhering to these values, we can lead a fulfilling life, contribute positively to society, and secure professional success. The importance of moral values, therefore, cannot be overstated. They are the bedrock of a well-functioning society and a fulfilling life.



Moral Values

Moral values, those fundamental guiding principles steering our actions and conduct, occupy a pivotal role in our existence. They function as a moral compass, enabling us to discern the right path from the wrong, consequently molding our individuality and demeanor.Moral values lay the cornerstone of our societal framework, nurturing cohesion and amicability, thus cultivating social interactions characterized by respect and thoughtfulness. In the absence of moral values, societies teeter on the precipice of disarray, with individuals prioritizing self-interest without any consideration for their fellow inhabitants.

In the realm of personal development, moral values serve as instrumental tools. They inculcate discipline, accountability, and ethical behavior, consequently shaping us into improved individuals. Concepts like respect, honesty, kindness, and integrity transcend mere vocabulary; they are transformative values that have the potential to metamorphose our lives and the lives of those who surround usIn the professional domain, moral values are of equivalent significance. Employers hold in high regard those individuals who exhibit candor, respect for their peers, and a robust work ethic. These attributes not only cultivate a positive workplace atmosphere but also contribute to sustained accomplishments.In conclusion, moral values are an indispensable facet of our existence. They provide direction for our actions, sculpt our personality, and exert influence on our interactions with others. By steadfastly upholding these values, we can lead a fulfilling life, make constructive contributions to society, and attain success in our professional pursuits. The importance of moral values cannot be overstressed; they represent the bedrock upon which a well-functioning society and a gratifying life are built.

THE TEACHER I LIKE MOST

A good teacher is a blessing upon the students who have the fortune to get acquainted with. I have an experience of having close touch with such a teacher. He is our English teacher, Mr.-----. He is a man of about 30/32/35. He is really a man of intellect and intelligence. He is the storehouse of knowledge and wisdom. I wonder how he has acquired so much of knowledge and learning. He teaches us sincerely and enthusiastically. He explains till every student is satisfied. His sound arguments, easy explanations and well-knit thoughts make the students listen to him most attentively. He keeps the class lively and in good humour. He does not allow any kind of boredom or idleness to descend upon the class. His witty remarks are really pleasing and delightful. He has mastery over various subjects. But his study of English literature is so deep and vast that he is held in high esteem by the students and the staff alike. He is an industrious teacher and takes pains while teaching. His lucid language, sound knowledge and a good background of the subject make him one of the most admirable teachers of the institution. He makes his students grow the qualities of discipline, punctuality, perseverance and self-reliance. Above all, I can say that he is a great philosopher, friend and guide as well. So, I like him most.

My Last Birthday Party

22nd May is the date of my birth. I celebrate my birthday every year. On the last 22nd May, my birth day party was arranged at our residence in 1/5/2, Mirpur, Dhaka. Then I was 15 years old. Some of my friends and relatives were invited to the party. My father bought me nice dress while my mother made a huge birthday cake. The young boys and girls including my younger brothers and sisters enjoyed themselves. They ate, laughed, sang and chatted. They had their photographs taken. At about 4:00 p.m. different dishes of delicious food were placed on the dining table. The drawing room was neatly decorated with colorful papers and balloons. I put on the new dress. All my friends attend the party. They stood around the table. I smiled merrily and cut the birthday cake amidst joy and happiness. My friends and younger brothers and sisters began to sing, Happy birthday to you”. Then they ate the foods prepared. Cameras brought by my guests and friends went on clicking. My friends and relatives greeted me by presenting gifts and bouquets. The function was rounded off by my speech. I thanked all my friends and relatives for attending the party. I still feel a kind of thrill at the very thought of my last birthday.

MY BIRTHDAY PARTY

A birthday party is a matter of joy and merriment. Generally one celebrates one’s birth anniversary, achieving bright result in the examination, winning competition or match etc. A birthday is observed or celebrated to make one’s birthday memorable or to get amusement, or to give pleasure to others. One normally becomes very joyous to celebrate one’s birthday. There are much charms of a birthday party because the guests and the hosts get much pleasure from the birthday party. I have recently celebrated my 12 /13 /14th birthday. First I have invited my relatives and friends. Secondly I have decorated my house nicely. I have also put on my new dress. Thirdly I have arranged a birthday cake, which is the main attraction of the party. Fourthly after the arrival of the invited guests, I have lighted the candle, cut the cake chuckling merrily, followed by applause of friends, fans and well-wishers. Then the prepared delicious food has been served to the guests. Thereafter, all joining it have felt interested to do something pleasant. So, a short cultural programme has been arranged after the meal. Finally, the guests have left wishing me many happy returns of the day. Thus the celebration of my birthday party has come to an end with joy and merriment.

MY CHILDHOOD / CHILDHOOD MEMORIES

My Childhood

Childhood is the most significant part of our life. The sweet memories of childhood are always dear to us. In time of depression, childhood memories soothe our mind. Some childhood memories of mine are still intact in my mind. During my childhood I was very naughty and truant. I used to play different games to pass my leisure. I used to bathe for many times in the rainy season and fell ill. At my childhood I enjoyed the company of my grandmother and elder sister. Still their memories frequently haunt me. I can still remember the marriage ceremony of my sister. That was both sweet and bitter experience for me. I felt lonely after the marriage. I couldn’t understand why she wouldn’t stay with us. The sweetest event of my childhood was my first day at school. I was very excited when I first went to the school. I showed a lot of enthusiasm there. My grandmother’s death was the most painful experience of my childhood. When I was only seven, she left us for ever. I lost my constant companion. Despite of these unpleasant experiences, my childhood was full of comfort and relief. When I remember my childhood, I can remove the monotony of daily life. I want to get back my childhood and it will remain ever rosy in my mind.

MY CHILDHOOD / CHILDHOOD MEMORIES


Childhood is the sweetest period of human life. I often remember the days of my childhood. When I remember my childhood days, I feel happy. I can’t recall the day when I was first named. As I have heard, there was a big feast in our houses on that occasion. In my early age I spent my time in high spirits. All the members of our family loved me very dearly. They gave me whatever I asked form them. They always took care to make me happy. A single drop of tears was enough to move them. My grandmother / grandfather was very much fond of me. S/he told me many amusing stories. I annoyed her/him in many ways but s/he was never angry with me. When I was five years old, I was sent to the primary school. I recollect the day, from my memory, when I first went to A.B.C High School with my father. My teachers spoke kind and affectionate words to me. My classmates welcomed me with love and interest. I completed my primary education in the tenth year of my life. I began to grow both in body and mind and began to take more and more interest in my studies. My joys knew no bounds when I stood first in my class. I took part in various games and sports. The happy recollection of my childhood yet fills my heart with great joy. I wish I could go back to those happy days again.

My Childhood

Childhood is generally a sweet period of our life. It is only in childhood that a man gets a free life to enjoy. I am now a young man of eighteen. I was born in a small village in Bangladesh. The whole village was my playground. I wandered throughout the tiny village and played about with my friends. The summer days were the sweetest and happiest days for us. We plucked mangoes and black berries from tree to tree and ate them to our hearts content. We often forgot to take our mid-day meals. In my childhood my favourite person was my grandmother. She loved me very much. She fed me very carefully with her own hands. Though my father often flew into rage, my grand mother prevented him from rebuking me. I used to sleep with her. Before I fell asleep, she used to tell me fairy tales of which she had a rich store. My grandmother died when I was five. The sad event of her funeral will ever remain in my memory. My mother wept bitterly and grandfather was shocked. My heart always yearns for her.

My Class Teacher

The person who teaches the students in any educational institution is called a teacher. All of my teachers are favourite to me. I have a deep respect for all of them. The teacher who impresses and influences me much is my class teacher. His academic qualifications are very bright. He is an English teacher. He teaches us English in an interesting and charming way. He makes the difficult problems of English very easy. Even the most uninteresting lessons become enjoyable and effective by his practical teaching. Everybody enjoys his lessons with deep attention. He does not feel fatigue to perform his duties. He is a man of strict principle. He performs his administrative activities with justice. So, he is respected by all. He is an absolute disciplinarian. He helps us to be disciplined.(He seems to be a born teacher. He teaches us manners and custom. His affection, ever smiling face, his advic6, his behaviour and his modest manners will remain ever fresh in my heart. He has all the qualities of an excellent teacher and as an excellent man. I have not seen a better man than he) He is a man of extra-ordinary merits. I am grateful to him. I love and respect him from the core of my heart.

MY COLLEGE LIBRARY

The place where books, magazines, newspapers and various other reading materials are kept for the readers is called a library. Students and teachers can read books sitting there or they can borrow them to take away after getting them issued on library cards. Our college has a big library with various types of books and other facilities. It is a good library with the modem facilities like computer, photocopy and air-conditioned reading rooms. It is a separate building in our college campus but connected with other buildings. It is near our classrooms and we can easily go there during leisure period. Our library is very rich with about fifty thousand books on different subjects. Apart from textbooks there is a huge collection of story books, magazines and newspapers. I regularly go to the library. Sometimes, I read books sitting there. Sometimes, I borrow books on my library cards. Sometimes, I get photocopies of relevant pages from the library on payment. I even use computer to browse some important information through the internet. I can also send and receive e-mails from our library. It is-an unique place for me. It helps me in my study in various ways. I like it very much and I have a deep feeling for it.

MY DAILY ACTIVITIES

I have a routine of my daily activities. I do my daily duties according to this routine. I get up from bed early in the morning. I attend to the call of nature, wash my hands and face and brush my teeth. I say my morning prayer to God. Then I go out for a walk in the open air. I have my breakfast at 6 a. m. with my brothers and sisters. Then I go to my reading room and make lessons till 10 a.m. I go to bathe then. I take my meals and start for school. Our school sits at 11-30 a. m. and breaks up at 4-30 p. m. I always listen attentively to what my teachers say and teach in the class. I go home straight after school. I take rest in a few minutes. Then I go to my garden. I return home before sunset. I wash my hands, feel and mouth. Then I go to my reading room and make lessons till 10 p.m. I have my supper with my parents, brothers and sisters. Then I go to bed and have a sound sleep.

MY DAILY ACTIVITIES

I have a routine of my daily life. I do my daily activities according to this routine. I get up from bed early in the morning. I attend to the call of nature, wash my hands and face and brush my teeth. I say my morning prayer to God. Then I go out for a walk in the open air. I have my breakfast at 6 a.m. with my brothers and sisters. Then I go to my reading room and make lessons till 10 a.m. I go to bathe then. I take my meals and start for school. Our school sits at 11-30 a. m. and breaks up at 4-30 p.m. I always listen attentively to what my teachers say and teach in the class. I go home straight after school. I take rest in a few minutes. Then I go to my garden. I return home before sunset. I wash my hands, feel and mouth. Then I go to my reading room and make lessons till 10 p.m. I have my supper with my parents, brothers and sisters. Then I go to bed and have a sound sleep. Thus I perform my daily activities smoothly.

MY DAILY LIFE

My day starts just before the cock crows. I leave my bed early in the morning and take preparation for my morning prayer. After saying my prayer, I walk in the field adjacent to our house for half an hour. As I return from my walk, I feel like a second spell of sleep. But I have to get up soon because mother never allows me to remain in bed after sunrise. I start my studies at 6-30 and prepare my lessons till 9-30. I go to bathe then. I finish my bath and breakfast quickly. I start for school. Our school sits at 10-30 a. m. and breaks up at 3-30 p.m. I always listen attentively to what my teachers say and teach in the class. I go home straight after school. Then I spend the afternoon with friends in the playground or in the house of one of our friends, then home again as darkness starts falling. I wash my hands, feel and mouth. Mother brings me some light refreshment. Then I sit at my desk and do my study for at least three hours. When it is time for eating, all the members of our family meet in the dining room. We eat together and exchange our day’s experience with one another. Then we pass some of our time in watching television. This is the time when we have some fun and feel absolutely relaxed. I generally go to bed before it is 11 o’clock. This is, in short, the description of a usual day in my life. But I don’t follow this routine all the days of the week. There are departures from it on holidays. On holidays, I am very busy with my personal sundry tasks. But I perform my daily activities smoothly and enjoy equally everyday of the week.

MY EXPERIENCE OF A RAINY DAY

I experienced a rainy day which cut mark in my mind. At first there were some patches of clouds in the sky. Gradually, the sky became heavily overcast. Early in the morning, the wind began to blow, first slowly and then with greater intensity. Soon afterwards, it began to drip-drop. Within a few minutes, this developed into a downpour. I decided not to go to school. The rain was in shower for hours together. At 10 o’clock in the morning, I along with my cousin went outside taking umbrella with us. As the rain continued, the streets turned into streams of water. Some roads under repair became muddy and slippery. Most of the vehicles went off the roads. Only a few buses, cars and rickshaws ran slowly, splashing water on both sides. Most of the shops could not open and people had to be satisfied with what they had in their houses. Day labourers were passing the day idly. Some boys and girls like us found the day highly enjoyable. They took the day off and did not go to school. Some of them played in the pools of water and floated paper boats on the water in the streets. We returned home after two hours. I found that father also did not go to his office. He was listening to songs. Mother was cooking ‘khichuri’. At lunch time we had the food to our heart’s content. Then we all went to bed and had a sound sleep till the evening.

MY EXPERIENCE OF A STORMY NIGHT

Human life is eventful. Some events are full of thrill and some are full of sadness. We derive some sort of pleasure when we recollect them in tranquility. I remember an event, which will remain fresh in my memory. It was a terrible experience of a stormy night. I with my family went to village to join a wedding party. On the wedding day, we were walking along a village path towards the bride’s house. It was a sunny bright May afternoon. Suddenly I could see no sun. Patches of dark, pitch-black clouds were gathering all over the western sky. And soon I couldn’t see anything. I could hear only the deafening roar of the wind. Dust, rain, leaves and branches of trees ----- all were sweeping past so fast that I couldn’t open my eyes. The party too, was scattered and swept along by the wind just like the leaves. I couldn’t even think about the others, about myself, about anything. When the sun hit my eyes, the next morning I found myself between two stay-hacks in a farmer’s yard. Then I returned to my home and found that everyone was waiting for my return. I can still remember the atrocity caused by that monster wind when I think about the experience.

MY EXPERIENCE OF VISITING A FLOOD AFFECTED AREA

When the flaw of water increases then usual, vast areas of the riverbank go under water and we call it flood. Bangladesh has hundreds of rivers so flood is a very common phenomenon in our country. It occurs almost in every rainy season. The low lying areas are the main victim of flood. Last year we witnessed a horrible month long flood. It was the month of June, The northern region of the country was under water. Manikganj was the most affected area. Reports came in newspapers and satellite channels about the poor condition of the people of that region and we wanted to help them. So, I along with some of my friend of our school collected relief materials and went to Manikganj to aid the poor flood affected people. Going there we saw the devastation of flood with our own eyes. About 80 percent area of the district was under water. Crops of about 10,000 hectors of land was washed away. Many dead animals were seen floating on the water. People were in miserable condition, man and animal living together in the flood shelters or in some educational institutes. They were suffering in want of food, shelter and medicine. Water spread diseases were spreading at an alarming rate. We tried to help them as much as we could but it was really inadequate. The government relief was not enough also and it was clear that they would have to suffer more. People of all walks of life should come forward in such calamities to remove the distress of the suffering people because one day we might also fall victim to it.

MY FAMILY

The institution with which we have most intimate contact and perhaps the greatest concern is the institution of family. I belong to a middle class family. I am a boy/girl. My name is ------------. I am at present a student of Class------. I am the first/ second/ third/ eldest/ youngest son/ daughter of my parents. We are two brother and sister. My father whose name is -------------, is a businessman/ government employee. My mother is a housewife. My sister/ brother is also a school-goer. S/he is a very serious student. S/he does not waste a single moment in vain. My father is a businessman/government employee. He rises early in the morning and takes a walk by the riverside. Then he offers his morning prayers and wakes us up. After a short while, he starts for his office. My father is man of principles. He is mild, gentle and sober in nature. My mother is a housewife. My mother is the finest lady in the world. She is very polite, affectionate and intelligent. She manages the family very nicely. She does all the household chores. She takes great care of all of us. She loves me very dearly. She is ready to sacrifice her own happiness for the members of the family. She holds my good above everything in the world. She is pious too. My mother is a woman of delicate taste. She reads books when she gets time. My grandparents also stay with us. They love me very dearly. I like my family very much because we are living together sharing our weal and woe. I wish I could live together with all my family members throughout my life.


MY FAVOURITE BANGLADESHI FOOD

Bangladesh is my native land. I have been nourished up with different types of food produced in this country. In different areas of Bangladesh, different types of food are eaten. They differ in names, not in contents. There are many items relating to rice. They are rice and fish, rice and dal, rice and khichuri. Polao and Biriani are my favourite. They are generally prepared and eaten occasionally. Many seasonal home made cakes are eaten in Bangladesh. They are called ‘pithas’. They are of different names, size and shape. Most mentionable cakes are Chital, Bhapa, Patisapta etc. I like the Patisapta very much. Actually the traditional food is very delicious. I like the cake made from date juice in the month of Paush and Magh. In winter, it is very nice to taste these cakes early in the morning. In Bangladesh many kinds of sweetmeats are found. They are made with milk and sugar. They are Khir, Rasogulla, Chamcham, Sandesh, Rasamalai, Zelapee. In spite of all these delicious food, I am still habituated in having rice and fish which is very common and favourite food in Bangladesh.

MY FAVOURITE BANGLADESHI FOOD

Bangladesh is my native land. I have been nourished up with different types of food produced in this country. In different areas of Bangladesh, different types of food are eaten. They differ in names, not in contents. There are many items relating to rice. They are rice and fish, rice and dal, rice and khichuri. Polao and Biriani are my favourite. They are generally prepared and eaten occasionally. Many seasonal home made cakes are eaten in Bangladesh. They are called ‘pithas’. They are of different names, size and shape. Most mentionable cakes are Chital, Bhapa, Patisapta etc. I like the Patisapta very much. Actually the traditional food is very delicious. I like the cake made from date juice in the month of Paush and Magh. In winter, it is very nice to taste early in the morning. In Bangladesh many kinds of sweetmeats are found. They are made with milk and sugar. They are Khir, Rasogulla, Chamcham, Sandesh, Rasamalai, Zelapiee. In spite of all these delicious food, I am still habituated in having rice and fish which is very common and favourite food in Bangladesh.



MY FAVOURITE CRICKETER

Shachin Tendulkar is my favourite cricketer. He is one of the greatest cricketers in the world. He is incomparable. His outstanding performance certainly speaks in favour of this. He is an idol to his devotees. When he plays shots, he makes the spectators spell bound. He likes to enjoy himself in making new records. Though he is not so calculative in making shots as Drabir, another skilled player is, he is very vigorous in this regard. He has the records of highest runs, centuries, test matches and so on. He has good temperament. He plays very artistically and thoughtfully. People find pleasure at the time of his playing. Cricket-lovers eagerly wait for his arrival in the field. I think him one of the best players in the world of cricket. So, not only I but also millions of true lovers of cricket like and praise him most.

MY FAVOURITE FOOTBALLER

Though football is giving place cricket, several of the footballers have made the game enjoyable. Among them Ronaldinho is my favourite footballen He is one of the greatest footballers in the world. He is incomparable. His dribbling is often compared with rhythmic traditional Brazilian 'Samba Dance'. He makes the spectators spell-bound. His outstanding performance and artistic pass of ball are really a wonder to the football lovers. His tricky passing of ball certainly stirs the hearts of football-lovers. He likes to make new records. He was awarded the title "The Best Footballer of the Year 2006". People, specially his fans, eagerly wait for his arrival in the field. I consider him as one of the three or four best footballers in the world. So. I can't help praising him most.

MY FAVOURITE GAME


Having played many games in the course of the last eight / nine years, I think that football is the best of all. The other sports do not arouse in me half the interest that football does. Football is played in a large field. It is 120 years long and 80 yards broad. Two goal posts are placed at the end of the opposite sides with a cross bar. The game is played between two parties. Each party consists of eleven players. There is a referee to conduct the game. The ball is placed in the centre of the field. The players of each party stand face to face in their respective side. When the referee blows the whistle, the striker of one party first kicks the ball and the game begins. Each of the players tries his best to pass the ball inside the goal of the opposite party. The party who can score a large number of goals is called winner. The game is played for one and half an hour. An interval of short period between two halves is allowed. Football is a very interesting game. I find pleasure and recreation in football. The spirit of co-operation among the players and the orderly organisation of the teams foster a feeling of brotherhood and develop a methodical habit. It makes the players strong and active. The tactics, presence of mind, speed, and pluck required for a football-player at every step are seldom to be seen in any other game. The best feature of the game is the sports manlike spirit with which defeat is, as a rule, borne.



MY FAVOURITE HOBBY

My favourite hobby is gardening. I like it fora number of reasons. First, I am fond of nature and,gardening keeps me very close to nature. Secondly, it refreshes my mind with the beauty and fragrance of its flowers. Above all, it offers my house a fascinating look. But gardening is not an cast' task. I have to work hard for it. To make this garden, I selected a suitable piece of land. Then I have made a boundary around it. After that it was prepared for plantation of garden plants. I take care of the plants regularly. This is a traditional hobby. However, it provides me with lots of advantages. It makes our home fresh and beautiful by its fragrant flowers. It purifies my mind and sensibilities and gives me pleasure and mental satisfaction. Sometimes I sell flowers of my garden and,add to my income. However. I cannot spend much time in my garden. In the early morning I work there for more than an hour everyday. My garden is something different because it has various plants of rare collection.

MY FAVOURITE HOBBY


A hobby is a man’s favourite pursuit or pastime. It is a thing that a man takes up for amusement and is not his main business. It keeps the mind happy and fresh. My hobby is stamp -collecting. I collect stamps from many sources and keep them nicely in my album. I am very much interested in collecting stamps of other countries of the world. I find in the stamps the pictures of important buildings, towers, mosques, beautiful gardens, national heroes, national flowers, birds and animals. It is very exciting to look at the stamps. The stamps are of different size, shapes, colours and price. So far as I have collected forty-nine different types of stamps of the countries like Great Britain, the U.S.A. Japan, France, India, Pakistan, Uganda, Saudi, Arabia, Iraq, and Iran. These stamps give me some knowledge of the history and geography of these countries. I also buy stamps from a stationery shop in the local market. My pen friend, a Japanese boy, also sends me stamps from Tokyo. Stamp-collecting is really a pleasant hobby and I am trying to collect more and more stamps.

MY FAVOURITE PERSON

My mother is my favourite person in my life. The sweet word that is mixed up with our existence and feeling is ‘mother’. Every young child starts its life just uttering this very word. The same thing happens to me. My mother is dearest to me in the world. She loves me dearly. My mother is a woman of thirty/thirty five/ forty. She is gentle, amiable, patient and loving. Her heart always yearns for me. She is always anxious to see me happy. Since my birth I have always been with her. I have grown up under her affection and care. Without her loving care, my existence on earth would be impossible. She loves me more than anybody else on earth. Her joy knows no bounds if she finds me happy. If I fall ill, she becomes very anxious. When I come round, her face beams with smile. Her calm and gentle look is a source of hope and inspiration to me. If I am to write anything about her, I feel inclined to write a big volume and not a paragraph. Thank the Almighty that He has blessed me with such a mother who always remains favourite to me.

MY FAVOURITE PERSONALITY

Kazi Nazrul Islam ----- a poet, philosopher and patriot whom I like most. He is my favourite personality. He is our national poet. He was a poet of unique vision, a seer who could look beyond the limitations of time and place. Nazrul, the rebel poet of Bengal, was born on the 11th Jaistha, 1306 B.S in Churulia, a village of Bardwan in West Bengal. Nazrul’s nickname was “Dukhu Miah”. Nazrul felt the pangs of slavery in his heart and turned a rebel poet. In a weekly magazine named ‘Bijli’, his famous work ‘Bidrohi’ was first published in 1328 B.S. When he was 22 years old, he began editing a bi-weekly called ‘Dhumketu’. His most well-known works are ‘Agni-Bina’, ‘Bisher-Banshi’, ‘Praloyshika’, ‘Dolonchapa,’ ‘Sarbahara’, ‘Sammyabadi’, ‘Chakrabak’, Chandrabindu’, ‘Natun Chand’, ‘Shesh Shaogat’, ‘Bandhan Hara’, ‘Rikter Bedan’ etc. He also wrote some novels of which ‘Mrityukshudha’ and ‘Bayther Dan’ are widely known. He wrote many lyrical poems, religious songs, gazals, love-lyrics, stories, plays and comic-poems for the children. I like Nazrul more than any other man, because he stood against all sorts of oppression. He was a great revolutionary. He taught us to strike, strive and not to yield or surrender. He showed us the part to fight against the enemy of our freedom. Nazrul’s sympathies were always with the downtrodden and the humiliated. He wrote with the blade of a steel sword, as it were, defying all bans and banters. He had indeed a great heart. All his qualities make me love him both as a great poet and a person as well.

MY FAVOURITE SPORT


Having played many games in the course of the last eight / nine years, I think that football is the best of all. The other sports do not arouse in me half the interest that football does. Football is played in a large field. It is 120 years long and 80 yards broad. Two goal posts are placed at the end of the opposite sides with a cross bar. The game is played between two parties. Each party consists of eleven players. There is a referee to conduct the game. The ball is placed in the centre of the field. The players of each party stand face to face in their respective side. When the referee blows the whistle, the striker of one party first kicks the ball and the game begins. Each of the players tries his best to pass the ball inside the goal of the opposite party. The party who can score a large number of goals is called winner. The game is played for one and half an hour. An interval of short period between two halves is allowed. Football is a very interesting game. I find pleasure and recreation in football. The spirit of co-operation among the players and the orderly organisation of the teams foster a feeling of brotherhood and develop a methodical habit. It makes the players strong and active. The tactics, presence of mind, speed, and pluck required for a football-player at every step are seldom to be seen in any other game. The best feature of the game is the sports manlike spirit with which defeat is, as a rule, borne.

MY FAVOURITE TEACHER

My favourite teacher is Mr. -------------------. He is about 35 years old. He is a tall man with a slim figure. He teaches us English. He is a brilliant teacher and has an impressive command of English. His pronunciation is good and he speaks English with a foreign accent. He has got a lot of qualities. He is very gentle, polite and well-behaved. He is never rude to his students. He is very considerate and co-operative too. He helps the students when they have any problem. His technique of teaching is also impressive. In his class he creates an English environment which helps us hear English and think and interact in English. He makes his lesson interesting and keeps his students active in the class. He also makes them confident and proves clever. I am impressed by his towering personality, efficiency, devotion to duty and his affection for his students and so I like him most.

MY FAVOURITE TELEVISION PROGRAMME

Television is the best means of entertainment in today’s world. It telecasts many kinds of enjoyable programmes to delight the audience. As the best media of recreation, television appeals to us very much. There are many interesting TV serials in BTV. When I am asked what my favourite TV programme is, I consider the programme that relays splendid dances, lectures, songs etc. An airy-voice and fairy-like picture come to me like far-off dreams. Of many programmes, my favourite programme is the ‘Adventure of Sindbad’. It is a very interesting TV serial. Throughout the week I wait for the day when the serial will telecast. Leaving all works, I sit in front of TV when the serial starts. I like the serial very much. Because there is a mingling of adventure, fairy tale, science, wit, humour etc. When I watch this serial, I forget everything of the world. It gives me entertainment as well as instruction. It also refreshes my mind. I hope that the BTV will telecast more programmes like ‘Sindbad’

MY FIRST FLIGHT

I had a chance to make a journey by air from Chittagong to Dhaka. It was my first flight. At the invitation of my elder brother, I got the opportunity. I arrived at the airport about an hour before the flight and checked in and waited in the lounge. I was given a boarding card on which the number of my seat was written. There were a large number of people at the airport. It was not long before the departure of the flight was announced and we were asked to board the plane. I got on board and found my seat. When all the passengers were in, the door was closed. As the plane was ready to take off, we were asked to fasten our seat belts. We were also given instructions about what to do in case of an emergency. Then the plane took off smoothly. I was excited. I tried to control myself as I could. Shortly after taking off, the captain’s voice was heard. He welcomed us and wished us a happy journey. A few minutes later we were given newspapers. We were also served soft drink. I looked through the window and saw clouds flying past the plane. Following the example of others, I unfastened my seat belt. I felt a thrill of joy when I noticed below the rivers appear to be thin lines drawn on a sheet of paper. Suddenly it was announced that we were very close to Dhaka Air Port and we would be landing in a few minutes. We were again asked to fasten our seat belts. The plane began to lose height and soon landed softly. Thus my first flight came to an end and I was again on mother earth.


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