হিমন এডওয়ার্ড গমেজ, সিনিয়র শিক্ষক
সেন্ট গ্রেগরী হাই স্কুল এন্ড কলেজ, ঢাকা
2.Match the words of the column A with their meaning that is mentioned in the text
column B. 1´ 5 = 5
(i) a man of a good family
(ii) a nation
(iii) to read attentively
(iv) a written work or composition
(v)a non-govement organization
(vii)where the books are stored
Or,Fill in the blanks with suitable word from the box.
(a)Tamal and Sima speaking English in the Town Hall Language Club.
(b)They to CDs.
(c)The foreigner is a man.
(d)Andy Smith works with an here.
(e)will introduce Sima to Andy.
3.Answer the following questions.2´5 = 10
(a)Where are Sima and Tamal?
(b)Why do they go there?
(c)Who is the new person there?
(d)What is he reading?
(e)Where did Tamal meet the new person?
4.Write at least five sentences about the activities of Tamal and Sima in the Town Hall Language Club by answering the given set of questions related to the text. (Remember to use capital letters, full stops and correct spelling) 10
(a)Where are Tamal and Sima?
(b)What do they do here?
(c)Who do they see entering into the club?
(d)Who knows him?
(e)What does Andy do?
Read the given text carefully and answer the questions 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 :
The independence of Bangladesh was declared on 26 March, 1971. It became free from Pakistan on16 December, 1971 after a great Liberation War. Bangladesh is a small country with a large population. It is a democratic country. People here follow different religions and customs. All these people are free and have equal rights. Some of these basic rights are the rights to food, health, shelter and education. It is not easy for everyone to have these basic rights, because they are expensive. Bangladesh is also a beautiful country with many resources. It has fertile land where rice, jute, sugar- cane, tea and fruits grow in plenty. Bangladesh has rich deposit of oil, gas and coal. It can utilize these resources and become prosperous. These things can help Bangladesh to ea money and give basic rights to her people.
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