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Friday, March 3, 2017

ইংরেজি ১ম পত্র-এইচএসসি পরীক্ষার বিশেষ প্রস্তুতি-১৪

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ইংরেজি ১ম পত্র

Vocabulary test
Part-1, Set-14
প্রিয় শিক্ষার্থী, আজ ইংরেজি ১ম পত্রের Part-1 (নতুন সিলেবাস)-এর ১ নম্বর প্রশ্ন আলোচনা করব। প্রশ্নগুলো তোমরা আগে নিজে চেষ্টা করবে। তারপর উত্তরের সঙ্গে মিলিয়ে নেবে।
Set-14
1. Read the passage below and answer the questions following it.
In the Bengali language there is a modern maxim which can be translated, ‘He who learns to read and write rides in a carriage and pair.’ In English there is a similar proverb, ‘Knowledge is power.’ It is an offer of a prospective bribe to the student, a promise of an

ulterior reward which is more important than knowledge itself…. Unfortunately, our very educational has been successful in depriving us of our real initiative and our courage of thought. The training we get in our schools has the constant implication in it that it is not for us to produce but to borrow. And we are casting about to borrow our educational plans from European institutions. The trampled plants of Indian corn are dreaming of recouping their harvest from the neighboring wheat fields. To change the figure, we forget that, for proficiency in walking, it is better to train the muscles of our own legs than to strut upon wooden ones of foreign make, although they clatter and cause more surprise at our skill in using them than if they were living and real.
But when we go to borrow help from a foreign neighborhood we overlook the fact…that among the Europeans the living spirit of the University is widely spread in their society, their parliament, their literature, and the numerous activities of their corporate life. In all these functions they are in perpetual touch with the great personality of the land which is creative and heroic in its constant acts of self-expression and self-sacrifice. They have their thoughts published in their books as well as through the medium of living men who think those thoughts, and who criticize, compare and disseminate them. Some at least of the drawbacks of their academic education are redeemed by the living energy of the intellectual personality pervading their social organism. It is like the stagnant reservoir of water which finds its purification in the showers of rain to which it keeps itself open. But, to our misfortune, we have in India all the furniture of the European University except the human teacher. 
A. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives. 5
a) What does the expression, ‘He who learns to read and write rides in a carriage and pair.’ mean?
i. A learned man can lead a luxurious life 
ii. A learned man is poor 
iii. A learned man is sometimes respected 
iv. A learned man can be a cultured man 
b) The word modern mentioned in the passage means. 
i. traditional ii. new iii. current iv. conventional
c) The school education of India helps —.
i. to learn correctly ii. to borrow from others 
iii. to be self-dependent iv. to be perfect
d) The word maxim mentioned in the passage means.
i. description ii. statement iii. narration iv. proverb
e) From where are the systems of Indian education borrowed?
i. Bangladesh ii. England iii. America iv. European countries 
B. Answer the following questions. 10
a) Why is the proverb, ‘Knowledge is power’, termed as ‘a prospective bribe to the student’? Explain. 
b) How does our education deprive us of our real initiative and our courage of thought? 
c) What is the problem with our educational plans? Can you explain how it affects us? 
d) ‘The trampled plants of Indian corn are dreaming of recouping their harvest from the neighbouring wheat fields.’ Explain. 
e) Why is it better to train the muscles of our own legs than to strut upon wooden ones of foreign make?
Ans. to the ques. no. Set-14
1.A. Ans. (a) i. A learned man can lead a luxurious life (b) iii. current (c) ii. to borrow from others (d) iv. proverb (e) iv. European countries.
1.B. Ans. 
a) The proverb ‘Knowledge is power’ is termed as ‘a prospective bribe to the student’ because it is a promise of an ulterior reward which is more important then knowledge itself.
b) Our education deprives us of our real initiative and our courage of thought by creating the implication within us that we cannot produce and, therefore, we must borrow from others. 
c) The problem with our educational plans is that they are borrowed from European institutions. It affects our learning to a great extent because our culture as well as the field of application is different.
d) The students of our educational institutions are compared to trampled plants of Indian corn. They are being educated in a system planned in European style and they are expected to show the same result as that of the Europeans.
e) It is better to train the muscles of our own legs than to strut upon wooden ones of foreign make because it gives us confidence in our own capability.

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