HSC English Suggestions Dhaka Board -2015 - iT English

HSC English Suggestions Dhaka Board -2015

H.S.C English Suggestions Dhaka Board -2015 
Sub: English 1st & 2nd Papers Full Marks: 100 + 100
Paragraph Writing: (Q: 13 OR 9)
01. Hartal / Hartal Day ***    
02. Greenhouse Effect / Global Warming *
03. Natural Disasters / Calamities in Bangladesh *** 
04. Effects of  Dowry / Dowry System ***
05. Female Education / Empowerment of Women *** 
06. Load Shedding **
07. Eve-teasing **     
08. Satellite TV Channels  ***
09.  Environment Pollution ** 
 
Phrases & Idioms: (Q: 5)  A bed of roses A black sheep A bone of contention A man of letters A storm in a tea-cup A white elephant Above all All on a sudden An irony of fate Apple of discord Apple of one’s eye As a result/consequence As soon as As though / As if As well as Ask for At a glace At a loss At a stretch At all At daggers  drawn At length / large At random At sixes and sevens At stake At the outset At the sight of Bad blood Beat about the bush Beggar description Beyond one’s means Big guns Black and blue Blue blood Bread and butter Bring to book Bring to light Burning question By all means By dint of By hook or by crook By means of Call up / Call to mind Catch sight of Cats and dogs Chicken hearted Come round  Come to light Commit something to memory Cope with Cut a good/bad figure Cut off Die for Drop out End in smoke Every nook and corner Far and near Far and wide Fight shy of Fish out of water Flesh and blood For good For the purpose of For the sake of From time immemorial Gala day Get by heart Get rid of Give up Give vent to Go through Golden age Good for nothing Hanker after Hard and fast Hard nut to crack Hard up Heart and soul Hold good Hold water Hue and cry In a body In a nutshell In front of In full swing In lieu of In no time In order to In spite of In the event of In the guise of In the least In the long run In the mean time Ins and outs Instead of Jump at an offer Keep body and soul together  Knock at the door Know no bounds Lean against Learn by heart Leave no stone unturned Lion’s share Look down upon Look forward to Maiden speech Make both ends meet Make fun of Make up Make up one’s mind Nip in the bud Null and void Of one’s own accord Off and on On behalf of On the contrary On the eve of On the instant On the sly On the wane On the whole Once for all Open secret Out and out Pandora’s box Part and parcel Pros and cons Put up with Rainy day Run short Safe and sound Sine die Stone’s throw Take after Take one to task Take place Tell upon Throw dust in one’s eyes To and fro Tooth and nail Ups and downs Weal and woe Well off
Report Writing: (Q: 9) 
01.  Petrol Bomb on public transports *** 
02. On a road accident you have witnessed ***
03. On the ruinous consequences of drug addiction ***   
04. On price hike of essential commodities ***
05. On a massive fire in a factory ***    
06. On the traffic jam ***
07. On prize/award-giving ceremony to the meritorious students ***    
08. On a book fair ** 
Composition Writing: (Q: 10)  
01.  Wonders of Modern Science ***  
02. Childhood Memories ***
03. Duties and Responsibilities of Students ***   
04. Unemployment Problem ***
05. The Utilities and Evils of Internet ***     
06. Deforestation and Its Effects on the Environment **
07. First Day at College / The Memorable Event in Your Life ***  
08. Drug Addiction **
Letter Writing: (Q: 11) 
Personal Letter:
01. Giving younger brother hints for improvement in English * 
Academic Letter:
01. To the Principal seeking permission to go on a study tour / an excursion ***
02. To the Principal for seeking permission to stage a drama / to arrange a cultural function ***
03. To the Principal for enhancing facilities in the college library / common room / canteen / hostel ***
04. To the Principal for organising a debating club / computer club / literary club / spoken club / language lab ***
05. To the Principal for changing one of your elective subjects ***
06. To the Principal not to allow any student or teacher to use cell phone in the classroom / examination hall * 
Public Letter: 01.
To the Editor of a newspaper for taking action by the concerned authority against mosquito menace / load-shedding * 
Letter of Application:
01. To the Upazilla / Union Council Chairman for repairing road / constructing a bridge / community centre / culvert **  Cover Letter with CV: 01. For the post of lecturer / senior or assistant teacher / English teacher *
Dialogue Writing: (Q: 12) 
01. On the abuses of mobile phone particularly by teenagers ***
02. About the preparation of HSC Examination *** 
03. Customer and shopkeeper / You and book-seller *** 
04. About the admission in a university ***
05. About the bad effects of student politics **   
06. About visiting a book fair **
07. On the results of your college in the HSC Exam **
08. About the causes of road accidents in our country **
09. About load-shedding between two HSC candidates *
Story Writing: (Q: 13) 
01. Slow and steady wins the race / Hare and tortoise ***  
02. The woodcutter and the water-goddess ***
03. Two friends and a wild bear / A friend in need is a friend indeed *** 
04. A sleeping lion and a little mouse ***
05. A dog with a piece of meat over a bridge / Grasp all, lose all *** 
06. A happy cobbler ***
07. A greedy man and his goose / Grasp all, lose all ***   
08. King Lear and his three daughters **
09. Dress does not make a man great / Sheikh Saadi’s dress ***  
10. The clever fox and the foolish crow **
11. An old farmer and his sons / Industry brings happiness **  
12. Who will bell the cat? *
13. A thirsty crow and a jar / Where there is a will, there is a way ** 
14. The wisdom of King Solomon *
15. An old farmer and his quarrelsome sons / Unity is strength ** 
16. Robert Bruce and the spider *
17. A shepherd boy and a tiger *  
18. An astrologer and a king *
Seen Comprehension: (Q: 1-4 & 5-8) 
U-01 L-3: In the past, the common form of marriage …………………………………………..dilemma for them. *
U-01 L-5: The present age is marked not only ………………………………………………………in modern times. ***
U-03 L-1: ‘Communicative competence’ refers to the ability ……………………………………designed to do. ***
U-03 L-2: Statistics show that about 350 million people ……………………………….jobs and better salaries. **
U-04 L-4: Bonsai is the art of growing trees …………………………………. pastime but also a money-maker. 
U-05 L-6: His name was Jerry; he had been at ……………………………………..firm granite of his character. ***
U-06 L-1: The environment refers to the air, water ………………………………….. kinds of natural disasters. ***
U-06 L-2: The world is producing millions of …………………………………………………for further pollution. **
U-06 L-3: In recent years, there have been ……………………………………………………………..go under water. ***
U-06 L-4: Humans, animals, and plants are …………………………………………………..to be kind to mankind. **
U-06 L-5: Every year millions of people ……………………………………to avert these unnecessary diseases. ***
U-07 L-5: How safe will the buildings in the  …………………………………………………..to reduce the losses. ***
U-08 L-3: The unit by which the loudness of sound ………………………..sound heard inside the buildings. **
U-09 L-1: Education is the process by ………………………………………………………………..How right he was! ***
U-09 L-3: Bangladesh is a small country but ……………………………………………..affect academic progress. ***
U-10 L-1: Television has become the most …………………………………………………………..learning style too. *
U-10 L-4: There have been significant changes ………………………………………………..sports entertainment. **
U-11 L-1: A society’s culture is made up of all ……………………………………….is considered inappropriate. 
U-12 L-1: Shaheed Dr. Shamsuzzoha is …………………………………………………….breathed his last at 4 p.m. *
U-12 L-3: Rabindranath, the fourteenth child …………………………………………qualifications of distinction. **
U-12 L-6: Stephen Hawking was born ………………………………………………………..his physical well-being. **
U-13 L-3: Ayesha Begum has three sons and two daughters …………………… collecting food for survival. 
U-14 L-1: Literacy as a skill was first ……………………………………………..skills within a particular culture. **
U-14 L-3: One very conspicuous change in …………………………………………twice over in order to survive. ***
U-14 L-4: Investment in education for girls increases ……………………………… potential human resources. ***
U-15 L-2: Education is one of the basic needs ……………………………….…………….for social development. ***
U-15 L-3: Working opportunities for women …………………………………………..created by the ILO project. ***
U-15 L-6: UNICEF stood originally for …………………………….rehabilitation programmes in Bangladesh. ***
U-16 L-3: It has been over three hundred years ……………………………………………………..on moonlit night. *
U-16 L-4: The Great Wall of China is the largest defence ………………………….. during the Ming dynasty. 
U-17 L-6: Electronic mail, popularly known as ‘e-mail’ ………………………………..for important purposes. **
U-18 L-2: Though a small country, Bangladesh …………………………21-member international committee. **
U-20 L-2: An efficient banking system,  …………………………………..in Bangladesh and in other countries. **
U-20 L-3: Ismail Hossain is an affluent man ………………………..recognition for his outstanding success.” **
U-21 L-2: Capitalism developed in the European …………………………………………….allow this to happen? 
U-21 L-3: Globalisation is now largely based on ……………………………………………………..makes possible. 
U-21 L-4: Sports are a popular form of entertainment ……………………………………………….big way to this. ***
U-21 L-5: Although globalisation is mainly connected …………………………………………….cultural identity. 
U-21 L-6: The process of globalisation obviously requires ……………………………………….of the language. *
U-22 L-2: Scientists have always wondered if there …………………………………….to Earth by these probes. ***
U-23 L-1: The last century is over, but it will ……………………………………….positive human achievement. **
U-23 L-2: The most significant event for …………………………………………against injustice and oppression. **
U-23 L-3: Feeding the ever growing population ………………………………………………firms and institutions. **
U-23 L-4: In the last 25 years alone, the world has …………………………………….. ‘polluter pays’ principle. *
U-24 L-4: Gender discrimination in Bangladesh begins ……………………………………….own individual life. ***

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