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Solutions to HSC 2017 Cumilla Board English 1st Paper Questions

4. Read the following text and fill in the blanks with suitable words from the box. There are more
words than necessary. You may change the form of the words if necessary: 0.5 × 10 = 5

eloquentdarknessawarenesslearnintellectualattainenlightenchoicesensibilitypurposehumanparochialism Education is the process by which our mind develops through formal (a) — at an institution. It is mental and (b) — training. It provides opportunities of growth and helps to meet challenges to (c) — success. Moreover, the purpose of education is to (d) — an individual. The aim of education is also to train individuals to make right (e) —. It ennobles our mind and refines our (f) —. It broadens our outlook and removes (g) —. It helps us to be (h) — of rights and responsibilities. Education furnishes us with an (i) — in expressing truth. Therefore, it is compared to light which dispels the (j) — of ignorance.

a) learning
b) intellectual
c) attain
d) enlighten
e) choices
f) sensibility
g) parochialis…

Solutions to HSC Jessore Board 2017 English 1st Paper Questions

4. Read the following text and fill in the blanks with suitable words from the box. There are more words than needed. (Make any grammatical change if necessary): 0.5 × 10 = 5
Food adulteration in one of the (a) — problems in the recent time in our country. Different food and products, vegetables, fruits and fishes are being (b) — (c) — the unscrupulous and profit monger businessmen and green grocers. However, we, the general people (d) — the victims (e) — all sorts of pangs and serious diseases. The businessmen use (f) — chemicals such as DOT, Aldrin, Heptachlor just to make their products (g) — attractive or to (h) — them for a long time. So it is time the authority concerned took (i) — steps to stop such food adulteration. Proper monitoring, supervision and public awareness should be compulsory from (j) — level to consumers.

a) greatest
b) contaminated
c) by
d) are
e) of
f) poisonous
g) more
h) pr…

Solution to HSC Dhaka Board 2017 English 1st Paper Question

4. Read the following text and fill in the blanks with suitable word from the box. There are more
words than needed. Make any grammatical change if necessary. 0.5 × 10 = 5

recur, safe, opine, aware, develop, precaution
minimize, lie, compulsory, straight, loss, possibility.

It's a matter of great concern that Bangladesh (a) — in the active earthquake zone. Most of the
Bangladeshis are fully (b) — of its severity. Experts are alarmed by the (c) — of quakes during recent
years. But they give no (d) — answer to the question of (e) — about the buildings of Dhaka city. Since there is every (f) — of earthquakes in Bangladesh, experts call for taking adequate (g) — measures to (h) — losses. Rajuk (i) — that an earthquake resistant building code should be (j) —.

a) lies
b) unaware
c) recurrence
d) straight
e) safety
f) possibility (It's a noun and sat before a preposition, singular because (there is) indicates)
g) precautionary (measures is a noun, so we need to use precauti…

HSC English 1st Paper - Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind by Willam Shakespeare

Blow, blow, thou winter wind, 
   Thou art not so unkind        As man’s ingratitude;     Thy tooth is not so keen,  Because thou art not seen,        Although thy breath be rude.  Heigh-ho! sing, heigh-ho! unto the green holly:  Most friendship is feigning, most loving mere folly:     Then, heigh-ho, the holly!        This life is most jolly.
   Freeze, freeze, thou bitter sky,     That dost not bite so nigh        As benefits forgot:     Though thou the waters warp,        Thy sting is not so sharp        As friend remembered not.  Heigh-ho! sing, heigh-ho! unto the green holly...
Unknown Words:  Thou - তুমি  Thy - তোমার  Ingratitude - অকৃতজ্ঞতা, নিমকহারামি  Feigning - ভন্ডামিতে ভরা, ছলনাতে ভরা  mere - নিছক  folly- মূর্খতা, বোকামি, মূর্খের মতো কাজ করা।  
Nigh - কাছাকাছি (Adverb), নিকটবর্তি (Adjective) The arrival of college bus is nigh.

HSC English 1st Paper - The SchoolBoy by William Blake Summary and Notes

The summary: 
This poem expresses the feeling of a young boy who loves to be free, feel the nature and joy of the life. It also focuses in the negative sides of our education system that seems to bound a boy within a limit and lots of 'dos and don'ts'. 

The speaker of this poem is a young boy who rises early in the summer and loves to hear the songs of bird and sweet horn of huntsmen. He feels it annoying to go to school in such a beautiful weather. But he is constrained to go to school. He finds no delight either in study or class because he wants to play outside and witness the beautiful weather. He feels like a trapped songbird in a cage. He complains to his parents that how children can grow and thrive if they are not allowed to enjoy the nature.

The Schoolboy by William Blake

I love to rise in a summer morn,When the birds sing on every tree;The distant huntsman winds his horn,And the skylark sings with me:O what sweet company!
But to go to school in a summer morn, – O it dr…