Class - Eleven/ Twelve/ HSC English First Paper

 

DINAJPUR BOARD ― 2017
ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) FIRST PAPER

Part-I: Reading test (60 Marks)
1. Read the following text and answer the questions A and B.
Adolescents constitute a nation's core resource for national renewal and growth.  Adolescence is a period in life when transition from childhood to adulthood takes place and behaviours and lifestyles are shaped.  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), adolescence is the period which shapes the future of million 
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Class Nne/ Ten/ SSC English First Paper

ALL Boards
SSC Examination––2018
English First Paper

Part A: Reading Test (50 Marks)
Read the passage, then answer the questions No. 1 and 2.

Mainul Islam is a qualified farmer in Naogaon. Mr Islam was very brilliant as a student. He took his higher education from Bangladesh Agricultural University in Mymensingh. After completing his higher education, Mainul came back home and started advanced farming. He has two brothers who are graduates in different areas. The speciality of Islam family is that they all are living in their village and all have fame in their own fields.
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Class Eleven/ Twelve/ HSC English Second Paper

 COMILLA BOARD-2016
HSC English Second Paper

Time: 3 hours                                                                                                                   Full Marks: 100

Part A: Grammar: 60`

1. Fill in the blanks in the following text with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (×) in those blanks:-
My mother is (a) ––––––– ideal housewife. She is (b) –––– affectionate lady. She manages (c) –––– family very nicely. She hopes to see me happy at (d) –––– cost of her own life. She does not enjoy (e) –––– wink of sleep if I fall sick. She is very kind to (f) –––– poor. She is also (g) –––– religious lady. She advises us to follow (h) –––– path of truth and honesty. (i) –––– woman like her is very rare. She bears a good moral (j) –––– character.

Answer:
1. Use of articles;

(a) an; (b) an; (c) the; (d) the; (e) a; (f) the; (g) a; (h) the; (i) A; (j) x

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Class Eleven/ Twelve/ HSC English First Paper

RAJSHAHI BOARD ― 2017
ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) FIRST PAPER

Part-I: Reading (60 Marks)
1. Read the passage and answer the questions A and B.
Kuakata, locally known as Sagar Kannya (Daughter of the Sea) is a rare scenic spot located on the southernmost tip of Bangladesh. It is 70 km from Patuakhali district headquarters and 320 km from Dhaka. An excellent combination of the picturesque natural beauty, sandy beaches, blue sky and the shimmering expanse of water of the bay of Bengal 

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Class Nine/ Ten/ SSC English Second Paper

 All Boards
SSC Examination ― 2018
ENGLISH (COMPULSARY) SECOND PAPER

[N. B. ― The figures in the right margin indicate full marks]

Part A: Grammar (60 Marks)
1. Fill in the blanks with the words from the box. You may need to change the form of some of the words. You may need to use one word more than once.                                                       0.5×10=5

apparent

bad

lie

in

sorts

have

of

aware

about

cope

 



Bangladesh (a)―――- in the southern part of Asia. She is now (b)―――- in the grip of all (c)―――- of pollutions like air pollutions, soil pollution, and water pollution. The dwellers of the urban areas are the (d)―――- sufferers of such pollution. The industrialization process (e)―――- Bangladesh over the past decades (f)―――- created significant environmental pollutions. We know (g)―――- some of the most common types (h)―――- environmental pollutions and ways of (i)―――- with them. In this case, we need (j)―――- most.  
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HSC English Paper II Chattogram Board ― 2016

 CHATTOGRAM BOARD ― 2016
ENGLISH (COMPULSORY) SECOND PAPER
Part A: Grammar (60 Marks)

1. Fill in the blanks in the following text with articles (a, an, the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (×) in those blanks.                                                                                                                       0.5 × 10 = 5
There is a saying that sincerity is a (a) ―― key to success. (b) ―― person can prosper in life by doing hard work. The man who does not allow (c) ―― rules of sincerity can never go (d) ―― long way in (e) ―― world. Many (f) ―― man is not conscious of (g) ―― importance of (h) ―― sincerity for which they don’t have (i) ―― benefit of (j) ―― success. However, we should be sincere to our work if we want to achieve anything notable.

Answer:
1. Use of articles
(a) the (b) A; (c) the; (d) a; (e) the; (f) a; (g) the; (h) x; (i) the; (j) x;

2. Complete the text with suitable prepositions.                                                                                                    0.5 × 10 = 5
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HSC English Suggestions - 2018 All Boards


Seen-1;
1. The term ‘diaspora’
2. Kuakata, locally known
3. Conflict can be described
4. Dreams have fascinated
5. A peace movement
6. A craft work is an applied
7. Migration from Bangladesh
8. My brothers, the assembly
9. Universities should never
10. World health organization
11. Folk music consists
12. Beauty is easy to
13. One of the sources of water
14. According to some myths

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HSC English Paper II Dhaka Board – 2016


Dhaka Board – 2016

English Second Paper

[According to the Syllabus of 2016]

Subject Code: 108

Time––3 hours; Full marks––100

[N. B. ––The figures in the right margin indicate full marks. Answer all the questions.]

Part A––Grammar  : Marks–60

1. Fill in the blanks in the following text with articles(a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross(x) in those blanks.
Michael Madhusudandatt was (a) ––––– popular 19th century Bengali poet and dramatist. He was born in (b) –––––  Sagardari on (c) ––––– bank of (d) ––––– Kopotaksho river, (e) ––––– village in Keshobpur Upazilla under Jessore district. From (f) ––––– early age, Dutt aspired to be (g) ––––– Englishman in form and manner. Though he was born in (h) ––––– sophisticated Hindu family, he took Christianity arousing (i) ––––– anger of his family. He contributed much to (j) ––––– development of Bangali literature.
Answer:
(a) a (b) x  (c) the (d) the (e) a (f) the/ x (g) an (h) a (i) the / x (j) the
2. Complete the text with suitable prepositions.
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HSC English First Paper Board Questions

Dhaka Board – 2017

English First Paper

[According to the Syllabus of 2017]


Subject Code: 107

Time––3 hours;                                                                                                       Full marks––100

[N. B. ––The figures in the right margin indicate full marks. Answer all the questions.]
Part I

1. Read the passage and answer the questions A and B :––
One of the sources of water in our country are the rivers. Rivers are everywhere in our life, literature, economy, and culture. But are the rivers in good shape? Unfortunately, they are not. A fer are already dead and several are going through the pangs of death. The river Buriganga is an example of a dying river. A report published in the Daily Sun describes what has happened to the river Buriganga and why. Its water is polluted and a perpetual strench fills the air around it. But that is not what it was like before.
The report says that the river has a glorious past. Once it was a tributary of the mighty Ganges and flowed into the Bay of Bengal through the river Dhaleswari. Gradually, it lost its link with the Ganges and got the name Buriganga. The Mughals marveled at the tide level of the Buriganga and founded their capital Jahangirnagar on its banks in 1610. The river supplied drinking water and supported trade and commerce. Jahangirnagar was renamed Dhaka which grew into a heavily populated city with a chronic shortage of space.                                                                          Continue >>>>>

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HSC English 2nd paper Sample Question

Sample Question
HSC Examination
English second Paper
Full marks: 100
Time: 3 hours
[Answer all the questions. Figures in the margin indicate full marks]

Part A: Grammar
1. Fill in the blanks in the following texts with articles (a/an/the) as necessary. Some of the blanks may not require an article. Put a cross (x) in those blanks.                                     0.5x10=5
In (a) ---- twenty-first century (b) ---- number of undesirable practices have emerged as mobile phone usage spreads in to everyday life. In (c) ---- workplace, employers report that many members of their staff use (d) ---- individually owned mobile phone to socialize during work hours. It results in (e) ---- loss of productive work time and effort. In social settings, people comment that they are irritated by (f) ---- intrusion of mobile phone conversations in (g) ---- restaurants, theatres and other public venues. Another worrying trend is that face to face social interaction seems to have been taken over by (h)---- mobile phone devices. For example, (i) ---- analysis of (j) ---- survey of 2000 teenagers reveals that 93 percent of to-days youth terminate relationships by voice mail or text message.

Answers : (a) the (b) a (c) the (d) an (e) x (f) the (g) x (h) the (i) an (j) a

2. Complete the text with suitable prepositions.                                                                     .5x10=5
Uluru is located (a) ---- central Australia. The place is also known (b) ---- Ayers Rock (c) ---- honour (d) ---- Sir Henry Ayers, who was a Premier (e) ---- South Australia (f) ---- 1873. Uluru is listed (g) ---- a World Heritage Area (h) ---- both its natural and cultural values. It is a sacred place (i) ---- the Aborginal people (j) ---- the area.

Answers : (a) in (b) as (c) in (d) of (e) of (f) in (g) as (h) for (i) to (j) in                                                                                                             Continue >>>>>

SSC-2016 Preparation; English 2nd Paper Written Items:

Question no-12(CV Writing)

1. Applying for the post of an English Teacher
2. Applying for the post of an Assistant Account
3. Applying for the post of an Assistant Marketing Manager
4. Applying for the post of a Computer Programmer
5. Applying for the post of an Office Executive
6. Applying for the post of a “Trainee Officer/Officer/Probationary Officer ” of any private or state owned bank.
  

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HSC English 2nd Paper

The NCTB has recently published the new syllabus of the HSC English 2nd Paper. This new syllabus will be applied to the students who are going to appear at the HSC examination of 2016.


Class 11-12
Subject : English
Test Items of Paper 2 and distribution of marks

Total marks                                                                                                                                          100
Grammar                                                                                                                                               60
Compoition                                                                                                                                           40

Grammar test items
* Gap filling activities without clues (for articles)
* Gap filling activities without clues (for preposition)
* Gap filling with clues ( Special uses : was born, have to/has to, would rather, had better, let alone, what if, as if, as soon as, what’s ---- like, what does ---- look like, introductory ‘there’ or ‘it’)
* Completing sentences (use of conditionals, phrase, and clause)
* Use of verbs (right form of verbs and subject verb agreement as per context)
* Changing sentences ( change of voice, sentence types, degrees)
* narrative style (direct to indirect and vice versa)
* pronoun reference/ pronoun agreement
* Use of modifiers
* Use of sentence connectors
* Use of synonym and antonym
* punctuation
Note: Question setter will use all items from the above list and make questions of 5 marks for each question item. Test items must have contexts. Sentences which are isolated and out of context cannot be given as questions. Question setters will prepare the test items. No questions will be set from the textbook or/and any help books.


        
Composition test items                                                                                                         Marks


* Formal letter / email                     08                                                                                                    

* Report writing                     08                                                                                                                 

* Paragraphs (based on one of the paragraph types: listing,                                                
  narration, comparison and contrast, cause and effect)                        10                                                   

* Free writing: descriptive, narrative, persuasive / argumentative,                                     
  imaginative and creative writing of 200-250 words based on
  personal experience, everyday problems, familiar topics, recent
  events and incidents etc.                                                                                            14 
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