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A Day Labour
A day labourer is an unskilled person. He works in various fields. He works outdoor and usually employed in agricultural and constructional work. His work needs strength rather than skill. He works hard from dawn to dusk. He is generally paid at the end of the day. His income is very low and sometimes cannot earn even a reasonable wage. He usually lives in a slum and lives a sub-human life with his family. He goes out early in the morning to look for work. He works hard the whole day and buys food for his family. With his small earnings and returns home in the evening. Sometimes he and his family go without food if he cannot manage work. In harvesting season his work is in great demand and he can earn more. Then he can meet the bare necessaries of his life with his additional income. But in leisure period, when there is not much work for him, his conditions become worse. The life of a day labourer is full of sorrows and sufferings. He can hardly enjoy peace and happiness. In all weathers good and bad – he works hard all day long and earns his livelihood the sweat of his brow. Though the service of a day labourer is great importance, he is very much neglected. So pragmatic steps should be taken immediately to ensure jobs and shelter for this poorest of our population.
A Fountain Pen
A fountain pen is an instrument which is used for writing purpose. Now a day a fountain pen is an essential article of the educated men of all ages. Students and educated men can not do a single moment without a fountain pen. It has earned much popularity. It has two parts- the main body and the cap. The main body holds the nib. It is hollow inside and holds ink in its hollow body. Again there is a rubber tube in the hollow bodies of some fountain pens. This rubber tube contains ink. The cap has a clip attached to its end.  It protects the nib from the clip one holds a fountain pen on the edge of his pocket. The fountain pens are of different colours, shapes and sizes.
A Good Teacher
A good teacher is good person of a country. He/she is a person who teaches the students according to the method. Mr. X is such kind of person. He is an MA in English. He took training on English and also has a B.Ed. degree and another Master degree on Secondary education from IER of Dhaka University with thesis. He tries to teach us methodically. He believes on transfer of learning. He never influences us to memorise the lesson. He often says that the coaching centre and the school have a vast difference. A school tries to influence the student to know but a coaching centre always influences on memorising. For this a school is always needed. He is a person of good character. He never tells a lie to us which most other teachers frequently do now. He also believes that a teacher never tells a lie with the students if he or she is really a teacher. So we love him and took him as an ideal character for our future life.
A Postman
     A postman is a familiar person related with delivering letter, percales both in towns and countryside. He is an ill-paid postal departmental servant. Generally he puts on a khaki dress supplied by postal department. It is also renowned as their uniform to wear. He sorts out letters, puts them into a bag and goes out to deliver them to the proper address. He also carries letters, parcels. His day begins with sunrise morning and continues until sunset the evening of the day. A postman must be dutiful, active and kindhearted honest people. He sometimes continues his normal duties neglecting the sun and the rain. At first he opens the postal-box and takes out the letters and then seals them with a date-stamp and does his duty according to the office duty. Then he goes from door to door to supplies articles. All classes of people are the friend of him. In society he possesses a unique position.
A Street Beggar
       The person who begs in a street from the solvent people is called a street beggar. He or she is a familiar person in our country. He or she is a common sight in the street of Bangladesh. He sometimes sits or stands by the roadside or in a market place, or in traffic Jam point with a bowl with his hand. He may be lame, one eyed, blind or dumb. He tries to attract the notice of the passerby using painful words. He also quotes some lines from Quran and Haditch or religious books or folk songs. The passerby gives him coins being moved with pity and sympathy. Thus he earns for his survivals. He does not give anything to the society. His family status is not satisfactory to the general people. We have to change them main stream of flow by learning technical hands.
A Tea – Stall
Tea stall is a small shop where tea and snacks are sold. Tea is the cheapest hot drink in Bangladesh. A tea stall is fond everywhere of cities and towns. It is found in every corner of cities and towns and also found in many villages and in every hat and bazaar. A tea stall is opened early in the morning and closed late at night. People of all social strata and of all ages gather at a stall. They may take some   snacks with tea. While taking tea, people talk over various issues like politics, local events and matters of common concern. Sometimes local disputes are solved here. So a tea stall is a place of social gathering. It plays  an important  role  in a society.
A Village Doctor/ Your idea of a village doctor
          The man who deals with village people and gives medicine to the rural people without any knowledge about medicine is called the village doctor. He takes slight training from an experienced doctor. The village peoples like him very much. In other words he is favorite people to the villagers. He may not a good or an efficient doctor but he goes if anybody calls him to their house. He selects medicine depending on his general idea. He also has an own dispensary where he sits from morning till night. Every day he gets up early in the morning and takes his bathe and takes his meal and goes to his dispensary. Sometimes he takes an assistant. When people fell in danger he helps them and gives them necessary medicine. He looks after his patients from his own heart. He is a beneficial person of the society and does great services to the rural people.
An Owl
Like all other birds of Bangladesh an owl is also familiar bird. It looks ugly. It is grey in colour. Its nails are very sharp. It kills rats, mice etc. with its nail. It is a nocturnal bird. It is hardly seen in the day time because of its sleeping. It comes out at night. It shrieks at night. It scars passer by at night. The crow is its enemy. If it comes out in the day time the crow attacks it. An owl feeds on rat, mouse and mole. It is very useful to us. It kills rats which destroy our ripe crops.
Australia
Australia is a big country with vast lands. It has much fewer people and the fewest people are in the Central Desert because it is the most difficult part of Australia to live in. This desert covers most of Australia. For miles there are no trees. Its climate is very hot and dry. Here rainfall is very less. The rain only comes once or twice a year and some years there is no rain at all.
Australian Aborigines
       The Australian Aborigines are one of the oldest races of the world. They lived in Australia for many thousands of years before any other people came. Nobody knew about them. They lived very simply. They didn’t use clothes, houses or furniture. They didn’t have horses, cows or goats. They didn’t grow wheat or rice. They hunted animals and collected plants. They were clever and used footprints in the desert sand. They were friendly and shared everything.
Dengue Fever
       Dengue fever has been specially identified in recent years. This is an infectious and incurable disease. Its virus is carried by a sort of mosquito. its name is Aedes. This sort of mosquito is found in water, in the flower vase, in the rubbish or in the kitchen, where water can amass. There are two type of dengue fever-one is normal and the other is very dangerous. The second one leads the affected person to death. The affects of this fever are very dangerous. The second one leads the affected person to death. The effects of this fever are very dangerous. It can cause death to one within seven days. If one s attacked with the fever one can surely die. Any proper medical treatment has not yet been invented to protect people from this disease. If people keep their environment safe and clean.  Aedes can’t grow here and there. If there don’t grow, there will be no fear of attacking dengue fever. Cleanliness is the precondition to save ourselves from the attack of dengue fever.
How mango juice is processed
Mangoes are collected from the mango orchards or markets during the month of June / July in our country and sent to processing factories. First the mangoes are stored out and the rotten or defective ones are kept aside. Fresh and ripe mangoes are then cleaned and washed in water thoroughly. Later on mangoes are crushed by hand or machines. Water and syrup in required quantity are added with mango juice with some perspective. The perspective helps in keeping the mango juice for a long period without getting decomposed. The product is then kept in bottles or containers. The small containers are then sealed and labelled. Containers are packed in boxes and sent to market for sale.
Mobile Phone
         Mobile phone is an electronic device which is moveable from one place to another. It is based on radio wave. The sending option has the capacity to transform voice tone into electronic wave which is taken by another device and transform into the sound instantly and then the communication goes on. It is the gift of science. Now it is said that the world is in fist of a human. It has some advantages as well as disadvantages. Now it is not needed to go out for ring.  Everybody who has a phone can call others from their own place. It lessens our tension. Once we had to wait a week or half of month for news from home and abroad. But now in every moment messages are available from required person. So it is said that mobile creates revolution in communicative sector.
Our National Flag
The flag which indicates our freedom and sovereignty is known as our national flag. Its size is confined to 10:6. The flag is green with a red circle in the middle of it. The green colour symbolizes the evergreen nature of the country. The red circle represents the fresh red blood of the martyrs in the liberation war of 1971. Our National Flag is hoisted at govt. offices, educational institutions, etc. On the 14 December, 21 February and on the other national mourning day our national flag kept half-mast. Our feelings about the flag are very sensational and respectful. When we see our national flag, our heart is fulfilled with joy and respect. We bow down our heads towards it. Our duty towards it should be responsible and sacrificial. We should take an oath we must save the honour and dignity of this flag even instead of our lives.
Physical Exercise
Physical exercise means the regular movement of limbs of our body according to rules. It is essential to keep our body fit and mind sound. There lies a close connection between body and mind. We can not think a sound mind without a sound health. It is physical exercise which enables us to build a good health. Physical exercise makes our body active and the muscles strong. It also improves our power of digestion and blood circulation. It gives strength to our brain. So we should take regular physical exercise in order to maintain a sound health and lead a happy life.
Rice
Rice is a kind of food that obtained from paddy. It is our staple food and grows in plenty in Bangladesh, India, Ceylon, Burma, and Japan and in many countries of the world. There are many kinds of rice. But the chief varieties are Aus, Aman, and Boro. But Aman is superior in quality and grows in plenty in our country. The Aman is sown in the month of Sraban and Bhadra. It is reaped in Paush. The Aus grows on high land. It is sown in the month of Baishakh and reaped in Bhadra. The Boro grows in marshy places where water stands still the winter season. It is sown in winter and reaped in spring. At present a new variety of rice called IRRI is being cultivated. It grows fifty to sixty maunds per acre. Rice is of two kinds – Atap and Siddha . Various kinds of delicious foods are prepared from rice.
Tea
Tea is a kind of plant. Tea mainly grows in china, India, Japan, Indonesia and Ceylon. It grows on the slope of hills or hilly regions. It requires excessive rain water but the rain water must not stay at the root. Tea seeds are sown in a nursery in the rainy season. The tea plant grows twenty to thirty feet high in its wild state but they are not allowed to grow so high in the garden. They are pruned and allowed to grow from three to four feet high. There are four crops a year. The first plucking gives the best tea and the rest give tea of inferior quality. The preparation of tea is not a hard work. Black leaves are dropped in boiled water. Sugar and milk are also mixed.  Thus a taste cup of tea is made.
The Computer
      The computer is an electronic device. It is recent invention of the universe. It has become an essential part of our modern life now it has greatly benefited us and brought us about revolutionary changes in our life. Any electronic device that helps people to solve mathematical calculation is generally known as computer. It becomes an essential part of our modern and present life. It greatly benefited us and brought about revolutionary changes in our life. At the very beginning some people tries to keep their record. In this connection they made a machine that is called ‘abacus.’ Today computer is using for different kind of research. Trained mathematicians are using the computer for solving problems of their field. From the calculation to printing in every section it is specially used. In an office computer is an important element of the modern office. They cannot do a single correspondence without a computer. Actually it is an electronic brain and it helps us to easy our deeds.
                                              The process of Jam making
Jam is a thick substance made by boiling fruit juice with sugar. The Process system of jam is as follows . First we are to buy fruit from market. Sorting and removing the rotten ones is the second work . Next it is necessary to clean and remove large  seeds. For making jam , proper quantity  of sugar  should be mixed with the fruits in a cauldron. Then after that boiling is needed .Continuous stiring during boiling is necessary. After proper boiling we should allow it too.
Your Classroom
A classroom is the place where classes are held for teaching students. My class room is in the ground floor of our school. It is very spacious and well ventilated. It can accommodate fifty students. It has two doors and four wide windows. As a result the room gets sufficient air and light the room s well electrified with four fans and three tube and energy lights. We use the fans when it is necessary. There are twenty smooth high benches and twenty comfortable low benches for seating arrangement of the students. There is a raised platform with a fine chair and a table for the teacher. A big blackboard is fixed to the wall. The walls and the ceiling are nicely white washed. There is no wall writing. We keep the neat and clean. We keep the classroom neat and clean. We feel comfortable in the class room.
Your Class Teacher
Mr Rahman is my class teacher. He is our English Teacher. He is forty with good health. He is a brilliant scholar with a sound academic career. He is an MA in English. His method of teaching is very easy and lucid. He has a strong, clear and pleasant voice. Everyday he teacher us in new style it is called method. He can make grammatical problem easy. In the class room he is just like English. We never fell boring in his class. He is very well-behaved and co-operative. He is very kind hearted to the poor students. He is honest ,sincere, and dutiful. He is very strict to law and to his principles. He is my best teacher, guide and guardian.
Your Mother
My mother is an ideal housewife of sixty. She comes of a respectable conservative Muslim family. She is very polite, gentle, affectionate and intelligent. She manages the family very nicely. She does every household works. She takes great care of all of us. My mother is very religious. She is also very kind to the poor. My mother has a good sense of health. She keeps our house neat and clean. She is a woman of good taste. She reads the holy Quran when she gets time. She bears a good moral character. She advises us to follow the path of truth and honesty. She also advices us to be polite, gently and modest, I hold mother in profound respect. I am greatly indebted. I am greatly indebted to my mother.
Your Grand Father
My grand father’s name is Abdur Rahman. He comes a respectable Muslim family. He can read and write. Now he is sixty. He is strong and healthy. He can move easily. He is gentle and pious. He is also very kind to the poor. He takes great care of all the members of the family. My grandfather loves me very much. In my childhood he used to tell me fine stories and I would sleep beside him. He takes care of my education. During my childhood my grandfather used to teach me the letters of Bangla. English and Arabic. Even today if my parents scold me for fault of mine, they are taken to task seriously by my grand father. He is really a nice man.
Your Grandmother
My grandmother’s name is Rahima Khatun. She comes of a respectable Muslim family. She can read and write. Now she is sixty. She is strong and healthy. She can move easily. She is gentle. She is also very kind to the poor to the poor. She takes great care of all the members of the family. My grandmother loves me very much. In my childhood she used to tell me fine stories and I would sleep beside her. She takes care of my education. During my childhood my grandmother used to teach me the letters of Bangla. English and Arabic. Even today if my parents scold me for any fault of mine, they are taken to task seriously by my grandmother. My grandmother is really a nice woman.
Your Hobby
Hobby is an extra work. It always remains out of syllabus. Like others I have a hobby of my own. It is gardening. It gives me much pleasure. I have a garden in front of my reading room. Whenever I get time I work in it. I loose the soil with my spade and hoe and weeds out the grass. I water the plants regularly. I also put fence around the garden so that cattle or naughty children can’t do any harm to my garden. In the morning my heart leaps up with joy to see the garden of various flowers. They spread a sweet smell. The garden also looks very charming. My hobby is a great source of joy and pleasure. It relieves me from my routine bound work. It helps me forget sorrow and sufferings. It makes my body strong and makes my mind jolly. So I like it very much.
Your reading room
     Reading room is an essential place for every student. Especially silent environment is helpful for anybody. So its necessity has known no bounds. We have a building, which has seven rooms. Its’ southern room is airy and the environment is fresh. For this reason I select the room for my study. Moreover there is a chair, a table, a shelf for containing books and also an almirah for the same functions. I keep all my important materials on the table nicely. I feel fresh in the room. I have a flower garden beside the room. When the flower blooms it spread its scent. Then the environment is felt fine. I look after the garden in the evening. I always keep it neat and clean.
Your School Common Room
A school common room is the part and parcel of a school. Students come here, take rest and make friendship. It keeps a school always fresh, live and cheerful. Our school has a big common room. There are tables and benches in the common room. There are a radio and a TV for the recreation of the students. Almost all the dailies, weeklies and other magazines are available here. Students come here, listen to radio, watch TV, read newspapers and discuss many things. T is nice place for the students for indoor. Our common room is nice and useful place indeed.
            Your School garden
We have a big garden in front of our school. We have made the garden. Our teachers always help us. We work in the garden. We loose the soil and water the plants. We pull out the weeds. We have put a fence around the garden. Cows, goats and naughty boys can’t do any harm to our garden. Moreover, the bearer of the school takes care of the garden. We produce different kinds of vegetables and flowers. We sell them and make a good profit. We spend it for the good of the school. The garden keeps us fresh and active. In fact it has enhanced the beauty of the school.
Your School Library
A library is a store house of knowledge. A library is part and parcel of a school. No school is complete without a library. Our school has a good library. It is housed in a separate two storied building. The library has a good collection. There are many almirah. The books are arranged in different shelves according to subject s. The reading room and the office room of the librarian are separate. The librarian has some assistants. There is a big reading room. The reading room is well furnished. When we take the help of a catalogue, the assistants at once find the book and help us. We are issued library cards. We can borrow books from the library.  We can borrow books from the library. We are to return the borrowed books after two weeks. In the reading room we can read as many books as we like. No body is allowed to noise. I am proud of my school library.
Your School Shop
We have started a shop in our school.  We have formed a committee to run the shop. The headmaster is the chief of the committee. all other teachers are the member of it. Two students from each class are representatives on the committee. We have engaged two sales men. we also work there by turn. Everybody of our school buys his or her necessary things at a cheaper rate. Still then we make a good profit. We use the profit for the good of the school. The shop is of great use to us because from it we have learnt the lesson of self –reliance and co-operation.
Yourself
I live with my parents, grandmother and grandfather. We are five brothers and sisters. I am the last of all. My grandfather is a retired government school teacher. At present he spends his time in social activities. My grandmother is a nice old lady. My father is a working doctor in a government hospital. My mother is a professor of English in a college. My elder brother is a doctor also. My sister is a teacher also. My other brothers are businessman and I am student. I take part in game and sports. I say my prayer. I obey my parents and teachers. I maintain my routine.
A Rickshaw Puller
Rickshaw is a common vehicle in Bangladesh. It is paddled by human being. One who pulls a rickshaw is a rickshaw-puller. He lives in the slum area of the city. He supports his family through great hardship. He lives from hand to mouth.  His family lives in great poverty. What he earns is spent to maintain his family somehow. He passes his days in great troubles. There is severe poverty in his family for which his family members suffer a lot. He is to undergo hard labour. His sorrows know no bounds. There is no time table of his work. He works long hours on a day. He usually pulls his rickshaw from morning to midnight. He earns very scanty to meet up the demands of his family. Usually he lives a poor life, which is under poverty  level. We  can better his condition  if we evaluate  his hard labour . It is our holly duty  to sympathetic  towards him. Our kind  behavior may lead him to a happy and prosperous direction.
Environmental Pollution
Environment means the surroundings which are around us. There are many things which pollute the environment. Defunct garbage, carbon- di–oxide, carbon mono-oxide of the engines, different kinds of chemical trash, toxic water and unbearable sound pollute the environment. Our environment is polluted in three ways. Air is polluted by different kinds of poisonous gases. Water is polluted by rotten trash and chemical elements. Sound is polluted when it is used beyond its capable power. Smoke pollutes air by melting pitch, emitting from motor vehicles. Mills and factories pollute water by throwing their industrial discharge into river, cannel. Water can also be polluted by chemicals used for cultivation. City life is becoming ill and unhealthy by environment pollution. Environment pollution is injurious because it affects human lives and world very dangerously. If we want to stop pollution, we shall have to take some effective steps against it. Air, water and sound should be made from all kinds of toxic things and misuse. Now is the best time to raise a slogan, “Save the environment, save the lives.”
A Birth Day Party
           We are thankful to Allah Who has created us as human beings. We often celebrate the Day when we were born. I also celebrated the last anniversary of my birth on 3rd January this year.  As I have no brother or sister. I had to take full responsibility myself. First of all I started   to dust out drawing room and ma de it neat and clean. After  that  I decorated  this room  with  colourful  balloons and  paper made  flowers. I also  had  to  order  birthday  cake  and  my  mother  cooked  some  delicious foods. I invited all of my close friends; and my cousins were also present in that celebration. My  parents gave  me  a  nice dress  and  my friends  brought  different beautiful  gifts and  wished  me  a long  life  with beautiful  birthday card. I enjoyed   the occasion greatly. When all the guests arrived, we started the programme. I cut the cake with a song from the parents and guests, “Happy Birthday to you.”  Then  the  dinner  was started  and continued  till 9 pm. The programme was finished through songs and sounds. My cousins and friends took a number of photos.  There was   an atmosphere of joy and merriment everywhere in the house on the occasion. I eagerly wait every year for this very day.
A Village Doctor
          The man who deals with village people and gives medicine to the rural people without any knowledge about medicine is called the village doctor. He takes slight training from an experienced doctor. The village peoples like him very much. In other words he is favorite people to the villagers. He may not a good or an efficient doctor but he goes if anybody calls him to their house. He selects medicine depending on his general idea. He also has an own dispensary where he sits from morning till night. Every day he gets up early in the morning and takes his bathe and takes his meal and goes to his dispensary. Sometimes he takes an assistant. When people fell in danger he helps them and gives them necessary medicine. He looks after his patients from his own heart. He is a beneficial person of the society and does great services to the rural people.
Your Visit to a book fair
A book fair which is organized to display and sell books is called a book fair. I visited a book fair organized on the 21st February last year. It was held on the occasion of observing the 21st February.  The book fair was held in the premises of Bangla Academy. I went to visit the fair with some of my teachers and closed friends. The fair looked very grand, large and nice. I went round the fair. I saw different book stalls, a huge crowd of people. The books such as novels, rhymes, adventure series etc. were available here. I saw the children and students were buying books according to their respective choice and taste. I learnt many things and purchased a few books by Emdadul Hoque Milon. I saw him surrounded by a lot of fans. He seemed to feel tired of giving autographs. The seminar held at the foot of a tree attracted me most. I gathered immense experience through visiting the fair.
Tree Plantation
Trees are the best friend of man. They do us good in many ways. They supply us food, medicine, timber, fuel and what not. The trees take in Carbon di-oxide and give us oxygen without that no animals can live. The trees present us flowers, the most beautiful things on earth. They keep the atmosphere cool and bring down rain. Yet some people are so ungrateful that they recklessly cut down such a beneficial friends. The little forests  that we have in Chittagong, Khulna, Dinajpur, and Tangail areas  are shrinking  day by day for increasing population. There are various fruit trees n all over the  country. But they are not sufficient to meet our fruit requirement. To make  our  country prosperous and to check  air  pollution  and to save our earth from greenhouse effects  we should plant more and more trees. Trees make the earth beautiful. Trees gives us fruits which are  the best  kind  of food. That  is why  heaven  is  imagined  as a  garden  full  of  trees. The earth  without  trees would  be a big desert  where  all  animals  will  die . So we should plant more trees.
Environment Pollution
        Environment means the surroundings  which is  around  us. There are many things which pollute the environment. Defunct garbage, carbon- di–oxide, carbon mono-oxide of the engines, different kinds of chemical trash, toxic water and unbearable sound pollute the environment. Our environment is polluted in three ways. Air is polluted by different kinds of poisonous gases. Water is polluted by rotten trash and chemical elements. Sound is polluted when it is used beyond its capable power. Smoke pollutes air by melting pitch, emitting from motor vehicles. Mills and factories pollute water by throwing their industrial discharge into river, cannel. Water can also be polluted by chemicals used for cultivation. City life is becoming ill and unhealthy by environment pollution. Environment pollution is injurious because it affects human lives and world very dangerously. If we want to stop pollution, we shall have to take some effective steps against it. Air, water and sound should be made from all kinds of toxic things and misuse. Now is the best time to raise a slogan, “Save the environment, save the lives.”
My visit to place of Historical Interest
   I am always curious by nature to know the places of historical interest. Whenever I get an opportunity, I visit  a  place . During  the last  winter  vacation, I got  such  an opportunity to visit Shat Gambuj Mosque at Bagherhat , a great  historical place with my parents. The Mazar of Khan Jahan Ali at Bagherhat is a fine one storied building. It has a beautiful dome. It is a big and beautiful building. The mosque is beautifully decorated both inside  and outside . The mosque was used as a prayer hall as well  as the court of Khan Jahan Ali.The mosque has great attraction  for  the tourists and visitors. There  is a  big dighi. It  is said  that a horse was made to run before digging the dighi. The  horse run straight covering a certain distance from the dighi. That distance was accepted  as  the length of the dighi. That is why, the dighi is called Ghora Dighi.I visited the whole length of the dighi and came to know many things about the social works of Khan Jahan Ali. I spent seven hours there  and saw many historical things and enjoyed myself. Now, It is one of the greatest tourists  attractions and the best  architectural beauties  of Bangladesh. I left  Bagherhat  but  the  memory  still is vivid  in my memory.
  1. monjur
    March 4, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    thanks but it would be more better if you add another modern topic.

    • Data from Rony
      March 26, 2013 at 7:34 am

      what sort of modern topic? be specific pls.

  2. arayna
    April 9, 2013 at 4:51 pm

    i want the paragraphs according to jsc 2013 syllabus.but at this moment i am badly in need of the paragraph- food and nutrition.

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