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JSC English suggestion 1st and 2nd paper

English 1st paper suggestion for JSC exam

       Comprehensions     
 1. Oxygen and air pressure are ---------------------------------- enjoyable flight.
2.      The ethnic people in Bangladesh ---------------------------------- in Mymensingh.
3.      Bangladeshi cuisine ----------------------------- people.
4.      River gypsies in Bangladesh ------------------------ in some areas.
5.      Nakshi Katha ------------------------------------ on them.
6.      Communication of ideas is at ------------------------- changed our life.
7.      River gypsies are ---------------------- special power.
8.      Ms Subarna shaha -------------------------------------------
9.      The word ‘hygiene’ means ----------------------------
10.  At the farthest corner ------------------------ in nature.
11.  A six year-old boy from -------------------- on our website.
12.  With only 2,500 ---------------------------- in 2012.
13.  Human beings conquered -------------------- a major accident.
14.  The Falcon hypersonic ------------------ days to come.
15.  Most of these ethnic -------------------- for them.

APPLICATION
1.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for opening/setting up a common room/English language club/literary club/debating club/reading room.  JSC 10.
2.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for morning school. JSC 10.
3.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a seat in hostel. JSC 11
4.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for permission to arrange a study tour. JSC 11
5.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for T.C.
6.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for readmission.
7.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a full free studentship/help from the poor fund/stipend.
8.      Write an application to the chairman for sinking tube well in your locality.
9.      Write an application to the chairman for the construction of a bridge.
10.  Write an application to the headmaster of your school for providing more facilities in the common room/reading/ English language club/literary club/debating club.
Letters
1.            ***About preparation for the ensuing JSC exam.
2.            ***Describing study tour/picnic.
3.            **Inviting to join a picnic.
4.            ***Thanking for sending a wonderful birthday gift.
5.            About how to improve English.
6.            Describing the importance of reading books/reading newspaper/physical exercise/tree plantation/learning English.
7.            **Inviting to attend your birthday party.
8.            About your train journey.
9.            ***About your aim in life
10.         Congratulating on brilliant success.
11.         Advising to be punctual/ serious to studies.
12.         ***Thanking for hospitality
13.         About a street accident that you have witnessed.
14.         Condolence at the sudden death of your friend’s father
15.  About what you intend to do during summer vacation
STORIES
1.      Once upon a time there was a farmer who had a wonderful goose.  Every morning she laid ----------------------------------------.JSC 10
2.      Once in a very hot day a fox came to a vineyard where he saw some grapes. The grapes were ripe and ----------------------------------.JSC 11
3.      There lived a wood cutter in a village. One day he -----------------------------.
4.      A farmer had three sons-------------------------------------------------------------.
5.      A shepherd/cowboy-----------------------------------------------------------.
6.      One summer day, a crow got very thirsty. It searched ------------------------.
7.      One day a hare met a tortoise on the way. The hare laughed ----------------.
8.      . One day a lion was sleeping in its cave. A mouse was playing ----------------.
9.      Once upon a time, two friends were walking through a forest. They ---------------.
10.  There lived a farmer in a village. He had a wonderful goose. The goose -----------.
11.  Robert Bruce -----------------------------------------------------------------------.
12.  Two cats stole a piece of cake ----------------------------------------.
Composition
1.      ****A journey by boat/bus/train/plane
2.      The duties of student
3.      Your favorite hobby
4.      Wonders of modern science
5.      Physical exercise
6.      Newspaper
7.      Your daily life
8.      A village fair


English 2nd paper suggestion for JSC exam




PARAGRAPH
1.      A rainy day
2.      A tea stall
3.      Load shedding              JSC 10   
4.      Your national flag          JSC 10
5.      Your school library       JSC 11
6.      Tree plantation  JSC 11
7.      Your school magazine
8.      A moonlit night
9.      Your favourite teacher
10.  A railway station/ a bus stand
11.  Early rising
12.  How to make a cup of tea         JSC 10
13.  How to learn English well          JSC 11
14.  How to do well in the examination
15.  How to open a bank account
APPLICATION
1.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for opening/setting up a common room/English language club/literary club/debating club/reading room.  JSC 10.
2.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for morning school. JSC 10.
3.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a seat in hostel. JSC 11
4.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for permission to arrange a study tour. JSC 11
5.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for T.C.
6.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for readmission.
7.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a full free studentship/help from the poor fund/stipend.
8.      Write an application to the chairman for sinking tube well in your locality.
9.      Write an application to the chairman for the construction of a bridge.
10.  Write an application to the headmaster of your school for providing more facilities in the common room/reading/ English language club/literary club/debating club.
Letters
1.            ***About preparation for the ensuing JSC exam.
2.            ***Describing study tour/picnic.
3.            **Inviting to join a picnic.
4.            ***Thanking for sending a wonderful birthday gift.
5.            About how to improve English.
6.            Describing the importance of reading books/reading newspaper/physical exercise/tree plantation/learning English.
7.            **Inviting to attend your birthday party.
8.            About your train journey.
9.            ***About your aim in life
10.         Congratulating on brilliant success.
11.         Advising to be punctual/serious to studies.
12.         ***Thanking for hospitality
13.         about a street accident that you have witnessed.
14.         Condolence at the sudden death of your friend’s father
15.  About what you intend to do during summer vacation
STORIES
1.      Once upon a time there was a farmer who had a wonderful goose.  Every morning she laid ----------------------------------------.JSC 10
2.      Once in a very hot day a fox came to a vineyard where he saw some grapes. The grapes were ripe and ----------------------------------.JSC 11
3.      There lived a wood cutter in a village. One day he -----------------------------.
4.      A farmer had three sons-------------------------------------------------------------.
5.      A shepherd/cowboy-----------------------------------------------------------.
6.      One summer day, a crow got very thirsty. It searched ------------------------.
7.      One day a hare met a tortoise on the way. The hare laughed ----------------.
8.      . One day a lion was sleeping in its cave. A mouse was playing ----------------.
9.      Once upon a time, two friends were walking through a forest. They ---------------.
10.  There lived a farmer in a village. He had a wonderful goose. The goose -----------.
11.  Robert Bruce -----------------------------------------------------------------------.
12.  Two cats stole a piece of cake ----------------------------------------.
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nglish short suggestion for jsc examination

English 1st Paper Suggestion for JSC Examination
a)      Reading test(question no 1, 2 and 3)
1.      The ethnic people in Bangladesh ----------------------------- in Mymensingh.
2.      Bangladeshi cuisine --------------------------------------------------------- people.
3.      River gypsies in Bangladesh ------------------------------------- in some areas.
4.      Nakshi Katha --------------------------------------------------------------- on them.
5.      Communication of ideas is at -------------------------------- changed our life.
6.      River gypsies are --------------------------------------------------- special power.
7.      The word ‘hygiene’ means --------------------------------------------------------
8.      At the farthest corner -------------------------------------------------- in nature.
9.      A six year-old boy from ----------------------------------------- on our website.
10.  Human beings conquered ------------------------------------ a major accident.
11.  Most of these ethnic ----------------------------------------------------- for them.

1.      Reading test(question no 4 and 5)
1.      The Ancient Olympic Games ------------------ not held again until the late 19th century.
2.      The series of protests and demonstrations -------------------- unrest outside the region.
3.      Martin Luther King, Jr. was an American ------------------------------------- holiday in 1986.
4.      Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela ----------------------------------- expand healthcare services.
5.      The modern pizza was originally ------------------------------ variants based upon pizza.
6.      International Women's Day (IWD) is marked --------------------------- status they merit.
7.      The Food and Agriculture Organization -------------------------------- let there be bread".
8.      The United Nations was ---------------------------------------- French, Russian, and Spanish.
9.      The struggle to have eight hours ------------------------------------- strike and hold unions.
10.  Mother Theresa -------------------------------------------------
PARAGRAPH
1.      A moonlit night
2.      A railway station/ a bus stand
3.      A rainy day
4.      A tea stall
5.      Early rising
6.      Load shedding       JSC 10   
7.      Tree plantation       JSC 11
8.      Your national flag  JSC 10
9.      Your school library            JSC 11
10.  Your school magazine
DIALOGUE
1.      A dialogue between you and your friend about your preparation for the J.S.C   examination.
2.      A dialogue between you and your friend about your plan to spend the summer vacation/ after the exam.
3.      A dialogue between you and your friend about load shedding water/air pollution/deforestation.
4.      A dialogue between you and your friend about bad sides of illiteracy and how to eradicate it.
5.      A dialogue between you and your friend about your aim in life.
6.      A dialogue between doctor and patient.
7.      A dialogue between salesman and customer.
8.      A dialogue between you and a bank manager to open a bank account.
9.      A dialogue between you and your friend about their plans after the exam.
LETTER
1.      ***About preparation for the ensuing JSC exam.
2.      ***Describing study tour/picnic.
3.      **Inviting to join a picnic/birthday party.
4.      ***Thanking for sending a wonderful birthday gift.
5.      Describing the importance of reading newspaper /tree plantation/learning English.
6.      ***About your aim in life
7.      Congratulating on brilliant success.
8.      Advising to be punctual/ serious to studies.
9.      ***Thanking for hospitality
10.  About a street accident that you have witnessed.
11.  About what you intend to do during summer vacation.
STORIES
1.      Once upon a time there was a farmer who had a wonderful goose.  Every morning she laid ----------------------------------------.JSC 10
2.      Once in a very hot day a fox came to a vineyard where he saw some grapes. The grapes were ripe and ----------------------------------.JSC 11
3.      There lived a wood cutter in a village. One day he -----------------------------.
4.      A shepherd/cowboy-----------------------------------------------------------.
5.      One summer day, a crow got very thirsty. It searched ------------------------.
6.      One day a hare met a tortoise on the way. The hare laughed ------------------------------.
7.      Once upon a time, two friends were walking through a forest. They --------------------.
8.      There lived a farmer in a village. He had a wonderful goose. The goose ----------------.
9.      Robert Bruce -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.
English 2nd paper suggestion for JSC exam

APPLICATION
1.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for opening/setting up a common room/English language club/literary club/debating club/reading room.  JSC 10.
2.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for morning school. JSC 10.
3.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a seat in hostel. JSC 11
4.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for permission to arrange a study tour. JSC 11
5.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for T.C.
6.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for readmission.
7.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a full free studentship/help from the poor fund/stipend.
8.      Write an application to the chairman for sinking tube well in your locality.
9.      Write an application to the chairman for the construction of a bridge.

Composition
1.      ****A journey by boat/bus/train/plane
2.      Your childhood memories
3.      Your favorite hobby
4.      Wonders of modern science
5.      Physical exercise
6.      Your daily life
7.      The game you like most

Email
1.      An email ordering some books.
2.      An email canceling cheque.
3.      An email asking for information about admission.
4.      An email asking for guidelines to participate a competition.
5.      An email for reservation of ticket.
6.      An email for booking a hotel suit.
7.      An email canceling reservation of ticket.
8.      An email canceling the booking hotel suit.

Dialogue For the JSC Examination


1.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about your preparation for the JSC examination. JSC 11
Sanjida                 : Good evening, Audrey.
Audrey                 : Good evening. How is your preparation for the JSC examination?
Sanjida                 : Very well. But I am afraid of English.
Audrey                 : Don’t worry. I am sure you will be able to cover up. How is your preparation in:               mathematics? 
Sanjida
                 : Well, I hope I will get A in mathematics. But I think I may not do well in EnglishAudrey                 : English is difficult to all. You have sharp memory and you will do well. But my          :                   preparation in mathematics is not good.                                                            Sanjida                 : Practise more and more.                                                                           Audrey                 : thank you for your suggestion. 
      2.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about your plan to spend the summer vacation/ what you intend to do after the examination.
Sanjida : Audrey, what do you intend to do after the examination/during the summer                                     vacation?
Audrey : I have decided to go to my village home.
Sanjida : Why?
Audrey : Because, I want to help them.
Sanjida : How will you help them?
Audrey : You know most of the people of our village are illiterate. They do not know :                                 about health, sanitation and scientific method of cultivation. I want to teach them about health, sanitation and scientific method of cultivation.
Sanjida : It’s a great idea. But who will company you?
Audrey : Sarafina, Nusrat and Mitu.
Sanjida : If you don’t mind, I also want to go with you.
Audrey : Of course.
Sanjida : Thank you very much.
Audrey : you are most welcome.
3.       Write a dialogue between you and a bank manager to open a bank account.
Sanjida                 : May I come in, sir?
Manager              : Yes, of course. How can I help you?
Sanjida                 : I want to open an account with your bank for keeping scholarship money.
Manager              : First collect a form and then fill it. Attach a copy of your NID a photo with it.
Sanjida                 : Ok. Anything more?
Manager              : Yes, you will have to pay at least TK. 1000.
Sanjida                 : Thank you, sir.
Manager              : You are most welcome.

4.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the importance of tree plantation.JSC 12
Audrey             : Hello, Sanjida. What are you reading?
Sanjida            : Hi! I am reading an article on trees. Do you know how important trees are                                         for us?
Audrey          : Yes, trees are not only the source of our food but also they help to                                                        maintain the ecological balance of the environment.
Sanjida           : So we should plant more and more trees.
Audrey           : But there are many people who are ignorant of the importance of tress cut :                                                                        trees at random.
Sanjida         : That is why tree plantation program should be extended to the remote of                                         the country.
Audrey  : Every possible attempt should be made to make the program a grand                                                                 success.
Sanjida         : I feel very happy that your thoughts are similar to those of mine.
Sanjida          : thank you very much.
5.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the importance of reading newspaper.
Audrey                 : Hello, Sanjida. What are you reading?
Sanjida            : Hi! I am reading an article on trees. Do you know how important trees are                                         for us?
Audrey               : Yes, it indispensable for a modern man to read newspaper daily. It helps us:                                    in various ways, doesn’t it?
Sanjida                : Yes, we get the news of home and abroad.
Audrey                 : you are right. To adjust with modern civilization we have no substitute for:                                       reading newspaper.
Sanjida              : But you should keep in mind that sometimes false news leads to many:                                              mishaps.
Audrey              : Of course. But there is nothing unmixed blessing in this world. However,:                                          reading newspaper is essential for all and it is true.
Sanjida                 : Thank you very much.
Audrey                 : welcome:
6.       Write a dialogue with a bookseller regarding buying a book.
Bookseller          : Good morning. Can I help you?
Audrey                 : Good morning. I would like to buy Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Bookseller          : Here you are.
Audrey                 : Thanks. Let me have a glance over the pages of the book.
Bookseller          : Ok. How many copies do you like to buy?
Audrey                 : I like to buy two copies. What’s the price?
Bookseller          : It’s only TK. 500 for two copies.
Audrey                 : It’s too much. Can you reduce some?
Bookseller          : Sorry. It’s fixed.
Audrey                 : Okay. Make a packet.
Bookseller          : It’s ready. Please, visit again.
Audrey                 : Ok, thank you. You are welcome.
7.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about your choice of career/aim in life.
Sanjida                 : Hi, Audrey. Where are you going?
Audrey                 : I am going to my cousin to know something about MBA.
Sanjida                 : MBA! Are you interested to study MBA in future?
Audrey                 : Yes, I am.
Sanjida                 : Why do you choose it?
Audrey                 : Because, I want to be executive in a large company.
Sanjida                 : For two reasons. One is good working atmosphere and another is good salary.:                                               What about you, Audrey?
Audrey                 : I want to study ELT. ELT means English Language Teaching.
Sanjida                 : Why do you choose it?
Audrey                 : Because, I want to be a teacher and teach English in different levels.
Sanjida                 : It’s wonderful!
Audrey                 : Thanks.
8.       Write a dialogue between you and a doctor.JSC 10
Sanjida                 :  May I come in, doctor?
Doctor                  : Yes, come in. what is your problem?
Sanjida                 : I have suffering from fever for a week.
Doctor                  : when do you feel temperature?
Sanjida                 : It is usually between 5 to 6 pm.
Doctor                  : do you feel any shivering sensation then?
Sanjida                 : Yes, I do.
Doctor                  : Do you get thirst then?
Sanjida                 : Yes, I get.
Doctor                  : When does the fever remit?
Sanjida                 : At late hours of the night.
Doctor                  : Yours is malaria. Let me prescribe some medicines for you.
Sanjida                 : Thank you, sir.
9.       Write a dialogue between you and your friend about bad sides of illiteracy and how to eradicate it.
Audrey                 : Hello, Sanjida. What are you reading?
Sanjida                 : Hi! I am reading an article on illiteracy problem of Bangladesh. What do you :                                    know about it?
Audrey                 : It is one of the greatest curses of Bangladesh. It should be eradicated within                  :                              very short time.
Sanjida                 : Happy to hear it. But how?
Audrey                 : Our government should take some steps to eradicate it. Education should be     :                              made free to all and it should be made compulsory.
Sanjida                 : Is it possible for government only?
Audrey                 : the literate persons will also help the government.
Sanjida                 : I also think so. If every literate person teaches one illiterate person, it will be     :                             removed within a short time.
Audrey                 : You are absolutely right. So, from now we can do it.
Sanjida                 : Exactly. Let’s try.
10.   Write a dialogue between you and your friend on load shedding.
Myself  :  Hi, how do you do?
Sanjida : Fine, thank you and you?
Myself  : I am also fine. Have you read today’s newspaper?
Sanjida : No, but why?
Myself  : There is a report on load shedding.
Sanjida: Actually, I don’t know much about load shedding. Would  
                          you please tell me something about it?
Myself  : Sure. Load shedding means the discontinuation of electricity.  
                          It occurs when the supply of electricity falls short to the  
                          demand. At present it is one of the greatest problem of our  
                           country. And it is occurring every day and hampering our  
                           daily life.
Sanjida: Who is the worst sufferer of load shedding?
Myself  : Everyone. But specially the students, patients, housewives,
                          children and the adult people are the worst sufferer of load
                          shedding.
Sanjida: So, what should we do now?
Myself  : We should at first try to raise public awareness. Then the
                          government should take necessary steps to reduce load   
                          shedding. We should not waste electricity and the
                          government must take steps to establish more power plant.
Sanjida : Thank you so much for your kind information.
Myself : Don’t mention. It’s my pleasure.
11.  A dialogue between a salesman and a customer.
Salesman      : Good morning, Sir. How can I help you?
Customer     : Good morning, l would like to buy a shirt and a tie.
Salesman      : Here are they.
Customer     : Thanks.  Let me have a sight at them.
Salesman      : I think they suit you well.
Customer     : No, the shirt is a bit tight.
Salesman      : Well, here is another one.
Customer     :  Yes, this suits me well. Now show me the tie.
Salesman      : Here it is
Customer     :  No, the colour it’s not after my mind.
Salesman      : What colour do you prefer, sir?
Customer     :  Navy blue.
Salesman      : Ok, I have got a nice tie of that colour. Here it is.
Customer     : That’s fine. What’s the price?
Salesman      : It is all together Tk =700/-only.
Customer     : Here you are.
Salesman      : Thank you, sir.
Customer     : Welcome.
12.   A dialogue between two friends on importance of early rising.
Sanjida : I have heard that you get up early in the morning and walk for quite a long time.
Audrey : Yes, I do.
Sanjida : what is the benefit of early rising?
Audrey : An early riser has many advantages. He can start his daily work earlier. As an early riser   has enough time to work, he can earn more and become wealthy.
 Sanjida                : Is early rising good for health?
Audrey : Of course. The man, who rises early in the morning, can take some exercise and walk in the morning fresh air in the open field. The morning air refreshes both body and mind.
Sanjida : I was completely in the dark. I will start rising in the morning.
Audrey : If you cultivate the habit of rising early, you will realize its importance.
Sanjida : Thank you.
Audrey : You are most welcome.
13.   A dialogue between two friends about their hobbies.
Sanjida : Hello Audrey, good morning, what are you doing in this early morning?
Audrey : Very good morning. I am working in my garden.
Sanjida : Oh! What a beautiful garden it is! Who helps you in your work?
Audrey : I myself have done this. It is my hobby.
Sanjida : I think it’s not only a flower garden.
Audrey : You are right. There are two parts in my garden .in one part I have planted flowers and in another part I have cultivated vegetables.
Sanjida : How long have you been doing this?
Audrey : For the last three years.
Sanjida : How do you feel?
Audrey : This is a great source of joy and pleasure to me. It also makes my body strong and fit. May I ask you to tell me about your hobby?
Sanjida : My hobby is fishing.
Audrey : It is really very interesting.
Sanjida : Of course. I get much pleasure from it. It also improves health. It also makes us patient.
Audrey : Oh! It is now time to go to school. See you again.
Sanjida : All right see you again.

14.   A dialogue between two friends about the importance of learning English.
Sanjida : Hello, Audrey! What are you doing?
Audrey : I am reading an article on the importance of learning English.
Sanjida : Actually English is essential in our every walk of life.
Audrey : It is an international language. It is essential for higher education because all the books on higher education of every branch of knowledge are written in English.
Sanjida : It helps a man to get a better job and to earn more money.
Audrey : It is the official or semi official language in more than 60 countries and of many international organizations. So to maintain daily official correspondence English is a must.
Sanjida : You are right. In fact, the importance of learning English cannot be described in words.
Audrey : So, all of us must learn English.
15.   A dialogue between two friends about the green house effect.
Audrey : What are you doing?
Sanjida : I am reading an article about green house effect. Have you heard that the world’s temperature is undergoing a significant change in recent years?
Audrey : Yes, I have come to know from a discussion in channel 1. Isn’t it true that the world’s temperature is increasing day by day?
Sanjida : You’re right. This increase is called global warming.
Audrey : What may be the cause of global warming?
Sanjida : It is caused by the increased amounts of carbon-di-oxide around the earth. And thegreen house effect of the most likely cause of global warming.
Audrey : What may be the effect of global warming?
Sanjida : It may reduce mankind’s ability to grow food, destroy or damage wildlife, raise sea levels and thereby flood coastal areas and farmland.
Audrey : So, everybody including our government should come forward to take immediate measures to get rid of these serious disasters.
Sanjida : Right you are. Thank you very much for discussion.
Audrey : You’re most welcome


English 2nd Suggestion for JSC examination


English 2nd paper suggestion for JSC exam

APPLICATION

1.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for opening/setting up a common room/English language club/literary club/debating club/reading room.  JSC 10.
2.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for morning school. JSC 10.
3.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a seat in hostel. JSC 11
4.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for permission to arrange a study tour. JSC 11
5.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for T.C.
6.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for readmission.
7.      Write an application to the headmaster of your school for a full free studentship/help from the poor fund/stipend.
8.      Write an application to the chairman for sinking tube well in your locality.
9.      Write an application to the chairman for the construction of a bridge.
10.  Write an application to the headmaster of your school for providing more facilities in the common room/reading/ English language club/literary club/debating club.


Composition
1.      ****A journey by boat/bus/train/plane
2.      The duties of student
3.      Your favorite hobby
4.      Wonders of modern science
5.      Physical exercise
6.      Newspaper
7.      Your daily life
8.      A village fair
9.      The game you like most


Email
1.      Send an email to your brother advising to be punctual/ serious to studies.
2.      Send an email to Condole at the sudden death of your friend’s father.
3.      Send an email to your father about your preparation for the ensuing JSC exam.
4.      Send an email to your friend inviting to join a picnic.
5.      Send an email to your friend inviting to attend your birthday party.
6.      Send an email to your friend thanking for sending a wonderful birthday gift.
7.      Send an email to your friend congratulating on brilliant success.
8.      Send an email to your friend thanking for hospitality.
9.      Send an email to your friend about your aim in life.
10.  Send an email to your friend describing the importance of reading books/reading newspaper/physical exercise/tree plantation/learning English.
11.  Send an email to your friend about how to improve English.


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