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SSC English 1st Paper Question Solution 2020

In this part we discuss about the SSC English Question. English is a compulsory subject for SSC Exam. It is a hard subject. It is very difficult subject to majority of the students. They find it too difficult studying in remote area of the capital. It is difficult to them because they think it difficult. They feel scared to face it. They become frightened facing the English Exam.[adToAppearHere]Dhaka BoardSSC English 1st Paper Question Solution 2020 - Answer of All Board

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SSC English 1st Paper Question Answer 2020

SSC Exam 2019 (Dhaka)English ( Compulsory ) Full Marks: 100SSC English 1st Paper Question Answer 2020 All BoardRead the passage then, Answers the question No. 1 and 2

  1. Choose the correct answer form the following alternatives:

a) the tourist have a great…… For visiting the Maldives.
(¡¡) attraction
b) the following words best describe the weather of the Maldives?
(¡¡) enjoyable
c) the Maldives is well recognised around the world for its……..
(¡¡¡) lowest island
d) during the tsunami 2004, many parts of the country were……
(¡) submerged
e) the world idyllic in the face idyllic natural beauty means…….
(¡¡¡) very peaceful
f) global warming is a …… To the Maldives.
(¡) threat
g) his face with the threat of …..
(¡¡¡) disappearing from the map2. Answer the following questions:3. Read the following text and fill in each gap with a suitable word based o the information of the text:Read the passage on Gustavus Eiffel and his tower and answers question No. 4 and 54. Complete the table below with the information from the above passage:5. Write a summary of the above passage in your own words.6. Match the parts of the sentences in Cullum A, B and C to write five complete sentences:

* Donation of Blood is universally acknowledged to be a very noble deed.

* In our society, some of us nourish a misconception about blood donation which conveys a negative message for the others.

* As per medical science every man in sound health can donate blood after every 3 months without any side effect.

* We should have a crystal clear idea that if we donate blood, we invite no harm to us.

* Sometimes, a bag of our blood is enough to save the life of a dying person.

7. Answer the following questions to write passages on Deformation. You should write in aboute+c+f+a+h+d+b+g8. Read the beginning of a story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable title.

SSC Examination 2018 (All Boards)

English (Compulsory): Total Marks : 100
(N.B.- Answer all the questions. The figures in the right margin indicate full marks.
Sub Code 107Read the passage, then answer the questions No. 1 and 2.
Jam is a qualified farmer in Naogaon. Mr. Islam was very brilliant as a student. He took his higher ed Bangladesh Agricultural University in Mymensingh. After completing his higher education, Mainul came back and started advanced farming. He has two other brothers who are graduates in different areas. The speciality of lam family is that they all are living in their village and all have fame in their own fields. His younger brother, he is a Rajshahi University graduate, is a science teacher in a local school. His youngest brother is a Social Science durate and he too would like to start a local NGO to work for this area. When asked “What makes you decide to stay[adToAppearHere]
In this village?”, Mr. Islam smiled. He said, “Look, it’s true that we could leave this village for a city life, I could an officer or my brother could be a bureaucrat. But it didn’t attract us. We are sons of this soil. Yes, we have
ration but does education prepare a person only to be an officer? Don’t we have any obligation to the soil that has ade us what we are?” He also added that every educated individual shouldn’t be a job seeker. He continued that since e discipline was Agriculture, after his education he took the occupation of a farmer. In response to the question hither they have any frustrations to live in a village; he confirmed that they were very pleased with their life. He said, work in my own farm, stay with my family members, pass time with my old friends, and sleep at my own home. All these count a lot.”[adToAppearHere]
r Islam is right. Many people go to cities and forget or loosen their roots knowingly or unknowingly. Mr. Islam and his brothers are great – they never forgot their roots. They not only stuck to their own roots, they have been orch bearers for others to be respectful of their own roots.
01. Choose the correct answer from the following alternatives:
(a) According to Mr. Islam, – should not be the only motto of education. (i) acquisition of knowledge
(ii) to be aware of responsibilities (iii) job seeking
(iv) fellow feeling
(b) Mainul along with his brothers – in a village. (i) live
(ii) work (iii) studies
(iv) lives
(C) Mainul and his brothers are with their present life.
(i) dissatisfied
(ii) frustrated
(iv) annoyed
(iii) satisfied[adToAppearHere]
(d) Which quality of Mainul describes him best in the passage?
(ii) He is an educated farmer (i) He is a graduate
(iv) He shows responsibility to his root (iii) He does not like conventional jobs
(e) Mainul’s younger brother graduated from
(ii) Rajshahi University (i) Agricultural University
(iv) Rajshahi College (ii) Dhaka University
(f) “People forget their roots” – What does ‘root’ mean here?
(ii) lower portions of trees (i) country-side
(iv) world heritage (iii) place of birth and its surroundings
(g) Mainul started – farming in village.
(ii) traditional (i) modern
(iv) conventional
(iii) outdated[adToAppearHere]
02. Answer the following questions:
a) What made Mainul Islam come back to his village?
b) “Every educated individual should not be a job seeker.” – Do you agree? Why?
(c) What is the specialty of Islam?
(d) Why did Mainul become a farm?
(e) Why are the three brothers great?
03. Read the following text and fill in each gap with a suitable word based on the information of the text:
Fish population is at the risk from global warming. Climate change is increasing the water temperature in rivers and seas. This indicates there is less food and supply of oxygen available for fish. It again means that may not grow properly and may have fewer generations. If temperatures rise even by one or two degrees fishes will be extinct from our planet. Climate change increases the pressure on fish population and these fishes are treated as one of the most valuable biological assets. 40% people of the world depend on fish for their protein. In case of our failure to rent greenhouse gas emission, we will increase the pressure on fish. Thus, people depending on fish will suffer malnutrition, hunger and poverty. Question: The temperature rise of water in rivers, lakes and seas has (a) – in the scarcity of food and oxygen for fish a result, the (b) — and reproduction of fishes is being hampered. If temperature rise goes on in this rate, it causes the (c) — of some fishes. If this happens, people (d) – on fish as the main source of protein will suffer lot. A possible solution to this problem is the (e)- of greenhouse gas emission.[adToAppearHere]
Read the passage on Gustave Eiffel and his Tower and answer questions No. 4 and 5:
The Eiffel Tower was named after Gustave Eiffel, a Frenchman who designed the tower. He was born in a prosperous family in 1832. He took his graduation from the Central School of Engineering in Paris and went to work for a railway construction company. His mother thought that he would not go far. “Be patient, mum. I’ve got some ideas. You’ll see,” Gustave assured his mother. For years, Gustave made plan after plan of dams, factories, stations and structures of great sized buildings. All over Europe engineers copied them. In the middle of 1880s, a group of French industrialists persuaded the government to organize a World Fair in Paris. Gustave proposed a 989 feet tower of iron as a symbol of the fair. The construction of the tower began in January 1887. Forty engineers and designers worked under Gustave’s direction for two years. The tower was finally completed in March 1889. It is the highest structure of iron made by man. No such structure had ever been constructed before. It is regarded as one of the wonders of the world.4. Complete the table below with the information from the above passage:
5. Write a summary of the above passage in your own words.[adToAppearHere]
6. Match the parts of sentences in column A, B and C to write five complete sentences:
a) Then he took to writing plays.
b) Some of his well-known plays are “Mrs. Cardilac”, “Lady Frederick” and so on.
(c) He was born in Paris in 1874.
(d) This brought for him a good name.
(e) He wrote a few other novels too.
f)William Somerset Maugham was one of the greatest short story writers of modern time.
g) Being a doctor, he gave up medicine for literature because of having no charm.Answer the following questions to write a paragraph on Deforestation. You should write it in about
10 What is deforestation?
(b) What are the causes of deforestation?
(c) What are the impacts of deforestation man being, fauna, mature and climate?
(d) How will the low-lying countries be affected
(e now deforestation be prevented?Recommended for youSSC English 1st Paper Suggestion 2019SSC English 2nd Paper Suggestion 2019
Read the beginning of a story. Add at least ten new sentences to complete the story. Give a suitable[adToAppearHere]
Sulia is a worker in a big garments factory. More than five thousand workers work in that factory. One day, while she was busy in work a sound was heard, “Fire! Fire! Help! Help!”…… The graph below shows the number of people using the internet from the year 2013 to 2017 m Bangladesh. Now, describe the graph in 150 words. You should highlight and summarize the information
Suppose, you are Sayeem/Samia. You and your parents went to Chittagong by train a few days ago. You wish to share this new experience with your friend Abrar/Anika. Now, write a letter to your friend sharing the
experience of the train journey that you made.Suppose, you are Anik/Anika. Your younger brother/sister, Rashed/Rasheda goes to bed late and does not get up early. So, he/she often goes to school late and feels drowsy. Now, write a dialogue between you and your brother/ sister about the importance of early rising.

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This is the Shahriar Hossain from Charghat, Rajshahi. I have completed my MA from Rajshahi University in English Literature. Currently living a প্রাণোচ্ছল Life with friends & Family. Always Positive & Simple ❤️ Friendly, Helpful, Learning & Teaching Everyday 😎

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