সুমন লেনার্ড রোজারিও
শিক্ষক (ইংরেজি),সেন্ট গ্রেগরী হাই স্কুল অ্যান্ড কলেজ, ঢাকা
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PART B: UNSEEN PART: (25 Marks)
Read the following text and answer the questions 4 and 5:
The world is full of great men. They have come from different places of the world. Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah was one of those who contributed a lot towards the Bengali language and literature. He was the greatest scholar of Bengal. This great scholar was born at 24 Parganas in West Bengal on 10 July 1885. He passed the Entrance Examination in 1904. He obtained his B.A. degree in 1910, M.A. in 1912 and B.L. in 1914. He joined the University of Dhaka in 1921 as a professor of Sanskrit and Bengali. He was awarded the Doctorate degree from Sorbonne University of Paris in 1928. His 'Bangla Shahitter Kotha' published in 1953 was the first well-arranged history of Bengali literature. In 1966, he was seriously ill and was in sick bed for about two and a half years. The great scholar breathed his last on 13 July 1969 in Dhaka. We all remember him with gratitude and respect.
4. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage: 1×5=5
The name of events Place Year
Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah's birth (i) -----------
Joined Dhaka University (ii) --------
Bangla Shahittr Katha (iv) -------
(iii) ------------------- Sorbonne University of Partis
His death (v) -------
5. True or false. If false, write the correct answer: 1×5=5
(a) Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah contributed a lot to English Literature.
(b) He was born on the 10 July 1985.
(c) He received his M.A. in 1912.
(d) He was the greatest scholar of India.
(e) Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah was awarded Doctorate degree from a native university.
6. Fill up the following blanks using appropriate words from the box below. 0.5×10=5
knowledge brought removes population deprive darkness
almost discrimination illiterate basic participation imparting
Education (a)_________ our ignorance and gives us light of (b) _______. In respect of (c) _______ education, there should be no (d) _______ between man and woman. Education is one of the (e) _______ human rights. So, if we (f) ______ women of the light of education (g) ______ half of our population will remain in (h) _____. No development can be (i) ________ about without the (j) _______ of women. So, government is doing everything to educate women-folk.
7. Fill in the blanks with suitable words. Use one word only in each blank: 1×5=5
Many of us give indulgence in (a) _______ ill of others. We do not (b) ________ ourselves and we even do not (c) ______ how to praise the good work (d) ______ by others. It is necessary to (e) _______ this habit. An idle nation can never get prosperous. It is true in our personal life as well.
8. Match the parts of sentences given in column 'A' and column 'B' to write five complete sentences. There are more parts of sentences in column 'B' than required. 1×5=5
Column A Column B
(a) Children are
(b) As they grow up,
(c) So, we should give them
(d) We should keep in mind that
(e) If they get a proper notion of right and wrong, (i) they look for someone whose footsteps they can follow.
(ii) they learn from what they see and hear.
(iii) the future hope of our society.(iv) they will posses a strong moral character as adult.
(v) proper idea about right and wrong.
Ans. to the question no: 4
(a) at 24 Parganas in West Bengal (b) in 1921 (c) Awarded the Doctorate degree (d) in 1953 (e) on 13 July 1969 in Dhaka.
Ans. to the question no: 5
(a) False. C.A: Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah contributed a lot to Bengali Literature.
(d) False. C.A: He was the greatest scholar of Bengal.
(e) False. C.A: Dr. Mohammad Shahidullah was awarded Doctorate degree from the Sorbonne University of Paris.
Ans. to the question no: 6
(a) removes (b) knowledge (c)imparting (d) discrimination (e) basic (f) deprive (g) almost (h) darkness
(i) brought (j) participation
Ans. to the question no: 7
(a) speaking (b) justify (c) know (d) done/performed (e) form
Ans. to the question no: 8
(a)+(iii) = Children are the future hope of our society.
(b)+(i) = As they grow up, they look for someone whose footsteps they can follow.
(c)+(v) = So, we should give them proper idea about right and wrong.
(d)+(ii) = We should keep in mind that they learn from what they see and hear.
(e)+(iv) = If they get a proper notion of right and wrong, they will possess a strong moral character as adult. a