জুনিয়র স্কুল সার্টিফিকেট পরীক্ষার পড়াশোনা
প্রিয় শিক্ষার্থীরা, শুভেচ্ছা নিও। তোমাদের ইংরেজি বইয়ের গুরুত্বপূর্ণ প্রশ্ন নিয়ে আলোচনা করা হলো। প্রথমে নিজেরা চেষ্টা করবে, পরে সঠিক উত্তরের সঙ্গে মিলিয়ে নেবে।
(গত আলোচনার পর)
They (c) — the top two leaves and bud (d) — each branch of each tea plant. The (e) — are then dried and crushed and sorted into different grades. The tea is ready to use when it turns black.
8. Match the part of sentences from columns A and B to make five complete sentences. 1 x 5 = 5
(a) It is i. of the Bangla year. (b) It is the first month ii. traditional festivities across the country. (c) It unites us together iii. Pahela Baishakh today. (d) It keeps a lasting iv. impression on our mind. (e) It is observed with v. to keep our traditional heritage high.
4. (i) was born (ii) India (iii) 1008 AI)( iv) captured Lahore (v) Gangetic Basin
5. (a) False. Sultan Mahmud invaded India in 1000 AD,
(c) False. Sultan led 17 campaigns in India,
(d) True. (e) True.
6. (a) populous (b) growing (c) Population (d) our (e) existence (f) high (g) provide (h) take (i) growth (j) unpredictable
7. (a) like (b) Tea (c) take (d) from (e) leaves
8. (a) + iii It is Pahela Baishakh today.
(b) + i It is the first month of the Bangla year.
(c) + v It unites us together to keep our traditional heritage high.
(d) + iv It keeps a lasting impression on our mind. (e) + ii It is observed with traditional festivities across the country.
Part–B : Unseen Part [Marks : 25]
Read the following text carefully and answer question 4 and 5.
The country’s first geostationary communication satellite, Bangabandhu-1, was launched at 2:14 am Bangladesh time on May 11, 2018. With the launch of the nation’s dream satellite, Bangabandhu-1, Bangladesh has become the 57th member in the Global Space Society and 4th in the South Asia - after India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Designed and manufactured by the French satellite manufacturing company Thales Alenia Space Bangabandhu-1 was launched by the American satellite launching company SpaceX through Falcon-9 rocket, from the Cape Canaveral launching pad, the Kennedy Space Centre, Florida, USA. The satellite, a project of tk 2,765.66 crore and weighing 3.7 tonne, will get its permanent home at orbital slot 119.1 degree east which Bangladesh rented from Russia for tk 221 crore for 15 years. Its service area will cover South Asian countries and Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar and some parts of former Soviet Republics. State owned Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company Ltd will operate the business of Bangabandhu-1.
The satellite will offer Direct-to-Home (D2H) services, making people’s access to worldwide TV faster and easier. The country’s remote parts - haor, hilly parts, coastal areas and deep sea-zones - will get internet service from the satellite. It could provide the nation with dedicated emergency telecommunication services during natural disasters if all other services go offline. Bangabandhu-1, a crucial tool for surveillance and ensuring national security, will also be a huge stride towards digitization. Undoubtedly, this is the most sophisticated project in the country’s history. The Bangabandhu-1 will be a great addition to our information technology heralding our entry into the Satellite Club of the world. It will certainly bring revolutionary changes in our broadcast and telecommunication sector.
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