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Comprehension
  • Nelson Mandela : Unit-1, Lesson-1
  • He is the epicenter of our time, ours in south : Lesson-1
  • My brother, I stand before you today with a ........... : Lesson-2
  • Valentina Treshkova was born in the village ............ : Lesson-3
  • When you are in a driving seat of a car  ............ : Unit-2, Lesson-1,2
  • Dhaka's infrastructure doesn't match the scale  ............ : Lesson-2
  • Unsafe levels of pesticides are present in around ............ : Unit-3, Lesson-1
  • I caught sight of her at the play  ............ : Lesson-2
  • As a child you must have been told to greet your elders  ............ : Unit-4, Lesson-1
  • I was ten years old  ............ : Lesson-3
  • Children must pass through several stages ............ : Unit-5, Lesson-1
  • Adolescents constitute a nation's core resource ................ : Lesson-2,4
  • Children's right to educations also implies  ............ : Lesson-3
  • At the age of nine, Dylan Mahalingam  ............ : Lesson-5
  • Universities should never be made into  ............ : Unit-6, Lesson-1
  • Tertiary education in Bangladesh ............ : Lesson-2
  • Many educators believe that  ............ : Lesson-3
  • Cursed or not, we know how important drinking ............. : Unit-8, Lesson-1
  • The report says that the river (Buriganga) had glorious past  ............ : Lesson-1
  • Hakaluki Haor is an important source of fisheries  ............ : Lesson-2
  • A vast mangrove forest shares by Bangladesh  ............ : Lesson-4
  • According to some myths and legends  ............ : Unit-9, Lesson-3
  • The Negro is still not free  ............ : Unit-10, Lesson-3
  • Today tourist who is new to London  ............ : Unit-11, Lesson-2
  • Migration from Bangladesh to Britain started in 1930s  ............ : Lesson-4
  • Conflict can be described as a disagreement  ............ : Unit-12, Lesson-2
  • An old man with steel rimmed a spectacles  ............ : Lesson-4
  • We human beings tend to forget  ............ : Unit-13, Lesson-1
  • When I started working on the research  ............ : Lesson-2
  • The first peace movement appeared  ............ : Unit-12, Lesson-5
  • Beauty is easy to appreciate but difficult  ............ : Lesson-2
  • Folk music consists of songs and music  ............ : Lesson-2
  • A craft-work thus is a dynamic object  ............ : Lesson-3
  • We set out on the evening of July 21st  ............ : Unit-15, Lesson-1
  • This was the Orient  ............ : Lesson-2,3,4

Re-arrage Sentence

Paragraph Writing
  • Premature/ Early Marriage/ The Curse of Dowry
  • Satellite TV Channel
  • Female Education
  • Natural Clamities in Bangladdesh
  • Gender Equality/ Gender Discrimination
  • Necessity of Learning English/ Education
  • A Book Fair
  • Eve Teasing
  • Bangladesh
  • Our war of independence/ Victory Day/ Independence Day
  • Load Shedding
  • Streeet Accident
  • The International Mother Language Day/ 21st February
  • Leisure
  • Deforestation/ Tree Plantation
  • Nelson Mandela
  • Adolesence
  • Environment Pollution/ Global Warming/ Green House Effect/ The Impact of Climate Change
  • Accssibility to Higher Education Bangladesh
  • Mobile Phone/ Internet/ Facebook
  • Diaspora
  • Human Rights
  • College Library/ Magazine

Completing Story

  • Farmer and his goose
  • The Ant and the Dove
  • Old man and his sons
  • Even a small creature can help a large one. (Once a lion was sleeping in a forest ... .. .)
  • A liar shepherd
  • An honest wood cutter
  • Slow and steady wins the race. (Once there were a hare and tortoise ... .. .)
  • Honesty is the best policy. (There lived a poor but worthy farmer in a village. With the small income of his few areas of land ... .. .)
  • A witty crow. (One day a crow became very thirsty ... .. .)
  • Two friends and a bear
  • The Pied Piper of Hamelin
  • A fox without a tail
  • The King inspired by a spider
  • A friend in need is a friend indeed. (There were two friends ... .. .)
  • What is spot to one is death to another. (There was a pond full of frogs ... .. .)
  • Bayazid’s love for his mother.
  • The foolish crow. (Once there was a foolish crow. One day it stole a piece of meat ... .. .)
  • Promise should be kept. (A long time ago the town of Hameline in Germany ... .. .)
  • Graps all,lose all. (There lived a farmer and he had a wonderful goose ... .. .)
  • Nobody believes a liar. ( Once there was a cow boy who told lies ... .. .)
  • Who will bell the cat? (Once some mice were having ... .. .)
  • Happiness lies in the contentment. (Once there lived a happy cobbler who passed his days in working and singing from morning till night ... .. .)
  • Might is right. (Once a lion became very thirsty and came to a stream to quench his thirst. Suddenly he found a lamb ... .. .)
  • Greed loses all. (A dog once stole a piece of meat from a stall ... .. .)
  • The prudence of the judge. (Once a man lost his purse ... .. .)
  • A wise king (Once upon a time there were two women. One of them had a body but the other did not have ... .. .)
  • Two rats and the monkey. (Once two rats found a loaf of bread ... .. .)
  • The more man gets the more he wants. (Once upon a time there was a king called Midas ... .. .)
  • The wolf and the crane. (There lived a wolf in a wood and he killed a lamb ... .. .)
  • Look before you leap. (Once in summer , a fox was very thirsty. He looked about all day for water to drink ... .. .)
  • Outward appearance is not at all (Sheikh Sadi was a great poet. One day he was going to the court of the king of Iran ... .. .)


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