Seen Passage 1
1. There is a change in people's trends towards favourite pastimes. Unit-2, lesson 5 (B)
2. May Day or International workers' Day is observed on May 1. Unit-3, Lesson 2 (B)
3. 21st February is a memorable Day in our national history. Unit-3, Lesson-3 (B)
4. 26 March, Our Independence Day is the biggest state festival. Unit-3, Lesson 5 (B)
5. Pahela Boishakh is the first day of Bangla new year. Unit 3 Lesson 6 (B)
6. The class comes up with different problems. Unit-4, Lesson-3 (B)
6. Today there are many jobs where you need English, Unit-4, Lesson-5 (B)
7. Meherjan lives in a slum on the Sirajgonj Town. Unit-5, Lesson-2 (A)
8. Human can neither change the sun's radiation Unit- 5, Lesson 3 (A)
9. The pioneer of Bangladeshi modern art Zainul Abedin… Unit- 7, Lesson 1 (A)
10. Heritage is what we inherit from the past. Unit-8, Lesson- 1 (B)
11. The French sculptor. Unit-8, Lesson-3 (D)
12. The advantages of the Internet technology
13. Zahir Raihan was one……….
14. Michael Madhusudan Dutta
15. Steve Jobs..Unit-7, Lesson-7
16. Mother Teresa. Unit-7, lesson-6
1. Unit 7 Lesson 5 : The Missionary EFT Page/93
2. Unit 7 Lesson 6 : Love for Humanity EFT Page/94
3. Zahir Raihan Unit-10, Lesson-4 (B)
4. Lake Baikal Unit-Unit-8, Lesson 4 (C)
5. Pritilata Unit-10, Lesson-3 (B)
6. Michael Madhusudan Dutt Unit-12, Lesson-3 (A)
7. The advantages of the Internet Unit-13, Lesson-2 (B)
8. Fish population is…………………........
9. Lake Baikal is the deepest……………...
10. Soil pollution……………………….....
★★★ 3rd Passages to Read (Unseen)
1. Humayun Ahmed; 2. Albert Einstein;
3. Mother Teresa; 4. Rabindranath Tagore; 5. Charles Babbage; 6. Stephen hawking is considered; 7. Interpol; 8. Titanic; 9. Sher-e-Bangla A. K Fazlul Haq; 10. Neil Armstrong; 11. APJ Abdul Kalam;
12. Nelson Mandela;
13. William Shakespeare
★★★ Tables to Read
Illiteracy retards the development programme.
2. We cannot ensure peace and prosperity without establishing human rights.
3. The sacrifice of the people of Bangladesh for the independence is unprecedented
4. We achieved our national flag at the cost of a sea of blood in 1971.
5. Friendship is one of the noblest expressions of human relations and instincts
6. Tolerance is not only an abstract virtue but also a simple affair of life
7. Man's learning cannot be complete without the acquisition of good manners
8. Democracy means the rule of general people/ democracy is a system of government
9. The Pyramids of Egypt are built thousands of years ago
10. Elderly population has been growing for centuries all over the world
11. Socrates was a great philosopher of ancient Greece
12. Friction between teenagers and parents is very common
13. Gender discrimination is a barrier to socio-economic development
14. Globalization is a process of expanding.
15. We achieved our national flag.
16. Rohingya crisis, 17. Child abuse
18. Refugee crisis, 19. Culture.
20. Punctuality, 21. UNESCO, 22. Ambition
23. The Nobel Prize
★★★ Rearranges to Read
1.The great scientist Luis Pasteur ; 2. Queen Victoria and Her Governess; 3. Hazrat Omar®; 4. Porus & Alexander The great; 5. Last Hours of Socrates; 6. Solomon & Queen of Sheba; 7. Socrates and His bad tempered Wife; 8. A good lesson for an inconsiderate friend; 9. Napoleon and an English Boy; 10. Hazrat Abdul quader and the Gang of Robbers; 11. The Snake and the Crow; 12. The Simplicity of Einstein;
13. The Richman and the Farmer; 14. A thirsty Crow; 15. Rip Van Winkle; 16. Tareq and his inconsiderate friend; 17. The whales and their Family ties; 18. The cook and the Master; 19. Ibn Batuta; 20. The Grasshopper and the Ant; 21. The brave quazi and the king; 22. Detecting the Thief.
### Writing portion (50 Marks)
★★★ Paragraph Writing (Question 8 Marks-10)
1. The Life of a Farmer;
2. A School Magazine;
3. A Railway Station;
4. A Village Doctor;
5. A Street Accident;
6. A Tea Stall;
7. Food Adulteration;
8. Our National Flag;
9. Traffic Jam;
10. A street Hawker;
11. My first Day at School.
★★★Completing Story (Question 9 Marks-10)
1. The Lion and the Mouse; 2. The cruelty of a Housemistress; 3. A lottery turns the wheels of fortune of a rickshaw puller;
4. The golden touch/King Midas; 5. Grapes are sour; 6. United we stand, divided we fall;
7. Who is to bell the cat? 8. The Fox and the Crow; 9. Bayazid's devotion to his Mother;
10. Slow and steady wins the race; 11. The ant and the dove; 12. The scholar and the Boatman;
13. A greedy Farmer; 14. An Honest woodcutter; 15. A Cobbler and a Banker;
16. Hidden Treasure;
17. The wolf and the Lamb;
★★★ Describing Graphs/Charts (Question 10 Marks 10)
1. A graph on the percentage of a family's household income distributed into different categories'
2. A graph on 'Young people's changing attitude to pastimes'
3. A graph on 'The mobile phone users by year'
4. A graph on 'The people living below the poverty line by year'
5. A graph on 'Average temperature of Bangladesh'
6. Comparative selling rates of four types of book in Ekushey Boi Mela.
7. Choice of profession by different educated people.
8. Yearly exports and imports.
9. Road accidents by years.
★★★ Writing Informal Letter/E-mail (Question11 Marks-10)
1. A letter/email advising to take part in games and sports
2. A letter/email telling about how to improve English
3. A letter/email telling about Bangladesh and her people/country
4. A letter/email thanking for the hospitality shown to you
5. A letter describing the importance of reading newspaper
6. A letter describing annual-prize-giving ceremony
7. A letter on what you intend to do after your SSC Examination.
8. A letter describing the picnic at a place of historical interest.
9. A letter describing the importance of physical exercise
10. A letter advising giving up smoking.
★★★ Writing Dialogue (Question:12 Marks 10)
1. A dialogue regarding your future plan after the publication of the result.
2. A dialogue about the importance of tree plantation.
3. A dialogue on how to eradicate the illiteracy problem from Bangladesh.
4. A dialogue between you and your friend about the necessity of tree plantation.
5. A dialogue between you and a bookseller about buying a book.
6. A dialogue about the proper use of time.
7. A dialogue about the merits and demerits of mobile phone.
8. A dialogue about the importance of learning computer.