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Saturday, February 9, 2019

SSC English 1st Paper Model Question Feni Girls’ Cadet Collage- Feni Test Exam 2018

Model 11
Feni Girls’ Cadet Collage- Feni
Part A: Reading Test (50 marks)
Read the following passage and answer the questions below:
Michael Madhusudan Dutt was a popular 19th-century Bengali poet and dramatist. He was born in Sagordari on the bank of the Kopotaksho River, a village in Keshobpur Upozila under Jessore district. From an early age, Dutt aspired to be an Englishman in form and manner. Though he was born in a sophisticated Hindu family, he took Christianity as a young man, much to the ire of his family, and adopted the first name Michael. In his childhood, he was recognised by his teachers as a precious child with a gift of literary talent. His early exposure to English education and European literature at home and his college inspired him to imitate the English in taste, manners and intellect. Since his adolescence he started believing that he was born on the wrong side of the planet, and that his society was unable to appreciate his intellect. He also believed that the West would be more receptive to his creative genius. Michael was an ardent follower of the famous English poet Lord Byron. So after adopting Christianity, he went to Europe and started composing poetry and drama almost entirely in English. They proved his higher level of intellectual ability. However, he failed to gain the right appreciation. With his utter frustrations he saw that he was not regarded as a native writer of English literature. Out of his frustration he composed a sonnet in Bangla “Kopotaksha Nad”, which earned him huge reputation in Bangla. Gradually he could realise that his true identity lies here in this Bengal and he was a sojourner in Europe. Afterwards he regretted his attraction for England and the Occident. He came to Bengal and devoted himself to Bangla literature from this period. He is the poet to write the first Bangla epic Meghand Badh Kabya.

1. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives
(a) Which of the following has the closest meaning of the word “popular” used in line?
(i) Polluted
(ii) changing
(iii) inventing
(iv) liked, enjoyed or supported by people
(b) which of the following indicates Michael’s higher level of intellectual ability best?
(i) his adopting Christianity
(ii) his poetry and drama
(iii) his teacher’s appreciation
(iv) his social work
(c) Dutt—to be an Englishman
(i) hated
(ii) desired
(iii)ignored
(iv) acted
(d) ‘Kopotaksha Nad’   is a—
(i) drama
(ii) story
(iii) sonnet
(iv) lyric
(e) He regretted his—for English society.
(i) hatred
(ii)fame
(iii) reputation
(iv) fascination

(f) ‘Appreciation’ in the fourth paragraph could be best replaced by—?
(i) Accomplishment
(ii) appropriate
(iii) praise
(iv) admiration
(g) ‘Sagordari’ is the name of a—?
(i) Market
(ii) Thana
(iii) Union
(iv) Village 
1. Answer:
(a) (iv) liked, enjoying and supported by people
(b) (ii) his poetry and drama
(c) (ii) desired
(d) (iii) sonnet
(e) (iv) fascination
(f) (iv) admiration
(g) (iv) village

2. Answer the following questions.
(a) What was the ambition of Michael Madhusudan Dutt in early age?
(b) How was Michael’s higher level of intellectual ability exposed?
(c) Do you think Michael Madhusudan Dutt was a successful writer? Why / Why not?
(d) How were Michael’s writings evaluated by the West?
(e) “Do you support Michael’s attitude that his society was unable to appreciate his intellect?   Why / Why not?
2. Answer:
(a) In this early age Michael Madhusudan Dutt desired to be an Englishman in form and manner.
(b) Michael’s higher level of intellectual ability was exposed in his early age when he studied English literature at home and his college inspired him to imitate the English in taste, manners and intellect.
(c) Yes, of course. He was a successful writer because he wrote sonnet in Bengali, a good many dramas, fare and an epic named ‘Meghnad Badh Kabya’. He also wrote dramas and nobles in Sanskrit.
(d) Michael’s writing, in spite of proving his higher level of intellectual ability, were not appreciated by the West because he was a sojourner on Europe.
(e) No. I don’t support Michael’s attitude towards his society. Because he rose to prominence as a poet and dramatist in Bangla literature.

Read the following passage to answer the question no.3
26 March, our Independence Day, it is the biggest state festival. The day is celebrated every year in the country with great enthusiasm and fervor. It is a national holiday. All offices, educational institutions, shops and factories remain closed on this day. The day begins with 31 gunshots. Early in the morning the President and Prime Minister on beheld of the nation place floral wreath at the National Mausoleum at Savar. Then diplomats, political parties, social and cultural organizations, and freedom fighters pay homage to the martyrs. People from all walks of life also come there with rallies and processions. There are several culture programmes throughout the day highlighting the heroic struggle and sacrifice in 1971. The country also winless a smartly dressed parade of defence forces, border guards, police, ansars and the VDP (village Defense Party) at the National Parade Ground near the National Parliament. In Bangabandhu Stadium, school children, scouts and girl’s guides take part in various displays to entertain thousands of spectators. The educational institutions also organize their individual programmes. Sports meets and tournaments are also organized on the day including the exciting boat race in the river Buriganga. In the evening, all major public buildings are illuminated with colorful lights. Bangla Academy, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and other social- cultural organizations hold cultural functions. Similar functions are also arranged in other places in the country.
3. Fill in each gap with a suitable word based on the information of the text.
26 March is a (a)_____ letter day for the people of Bangladesh. On this day, our (b)_____ War began. The heroic sons of our country (c)_____their lives. So, the whole nation (d)____the day every year to (e)____ respect to the martyrs.
3. Answer:
(a) red
(b) Liberation
(c) sacrificed
(d) observes
(e) show
Read the following passage and answer the questions no. 4-5.
The battle of Palassey is one of the most notable incidents in the history of Bengal. It took place in 1757 and Nawab Sirajuddaula was defeated and consequently the British established their rule in India. In 1763 Meer Kashim tried to bring back the freedom of Bengal but failed. Robert Clive become the governor of Bangla for the second time in 1765. After seven years, Warren Hastings came to Bengal and their British ruler made the Nawab powerless. In 1786 Lord Cornwallis was appointed the governor of Bengal went under the British rule fully. Then many governors came to Bangla and exploited the people living here. There rose a great Sepoy Mutiny in 1857 but ended in smoke.  Thousands of people were killed and hanged brutally. Finally, we got back our independence in 1971 through a bloody war.
The event
Time/ year
Results/ Consequences
The battle of Palassey
1757
(a)……..
Warren Hastings
(b)…………
Governor of Bengal
(c)…….
1857
ended in smoke
Lord Cornwallis
1786
(d)……..
(e)…….
1971
we become independent
4.Answer:
(a) Sirajuddaula was defeated and the British established their rule in India.
(b) 1772
(c) Sepoy Mutiny
(d) Governor of Bengal
(e) The bloody Liberation War
5. Write a summary of the above passage in your own words.
5. Answer:
Once Bangladesh was not an independent country. Then it was ruled by the British. Bengal lost its independence in the battle of Palassey in 1757. The then independent Nawab Sirajuddaula was defeated because of conspiracy. The British ruled this country for 190 years. In this period, several times the people of this region fought for their rights and independence. Then at last in 1971, we achieved independence.

6. Match the parts of sentence given in column A, B and C make five complete sentences.
Column A
Column B
Column C
(a) Facebook is an Internet
(i) Internet connection may
(i) gain access to facebook 
(b) Now a days facebook has become
(ii)using facebook 
(ii) among people living everywhere  
(c) It contributes much 
(iii) based social network 
(iii) to facilitate the official works
(d) People are also   
(iv) to maintain social and friendly relationship 
(iv) connecting people worldwide  
(e) Everybody having
(v) an important part 
(v) of our daily life

6.Answer:
(a+iii+iv) Facebook is an internet based social network connecting people worldwide.
(b+v+v) Nowadays Facebook has become an important part of our daily life.
(c+iv+ii) It contributes much to maintain social and friendly relationship among people everywhere.
(d+ii+iii) People are also using Facebook to facilitate the official works.
(e+i+i) Everybody having internet connection may gain access to Facebook.

7. Put the following parts of the story in correct order to
Rewrite the whole story.
(a) He was educated at home by his father and tutors.
(b) Some of his best works are Gitanjali, Sonar Tori, Key, Balata etc.
(c) Rabindranath Tagore was born at Jorasanko in Kolkata on 7 may, 1861.
(d) His father was Maharishi Debendranath Tagore.
(e) He composed Gitanjali, a book of poems, and won the Noble Prize in 1913.
(f) He was a poet, a dramatist, a short story writer, a novelist and an essayist.
(g) He was a man of versatile genius.
(h) He had no regular school education.
7. Answer:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
c
g
f
h
a
d
b
e

SSC English 1st Paper Model Question Faujdarhat Cadet Collage- Chattogram Test Exam 2018

Model 10
Faujdarhat Cadet Collage- Chattogram
Part A: Reading Test (50 marks)
Read the following passage and answer the question below:
The Olympics have many memorable moments and athletes we'll remember by name alone. The list is quite big. Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt are the latest addition to this list of the bests. They make London Olympics stand apart.  If there is any question like this: “What is the standout performance of London 2012?”, perhaps the answer is “ The London Games gave us Michael Phelps vs. Usain Bolt.” The first one is an already decorated Olympian, who puts the finishing touches on his great athletic careers. And another comes up with a new definition of fast. Two of the most popular Olympic sports, sprinting and swimming, saw their two biggest stars and captivated audiences. They'd also dominated the 2008 Beijing Games, but Phelps and Bolt cemented their legacies in London. Phelps, the American swimmer, passed gymnast Larissa Latynia for the most Olympic medals ever. Bolt was the third man to repeat as a 100-meter gold medalist and the first as a 200-meter gold medalist, and he broke his own Olympic record by running the 100 in 9.63 seconds. Once Phelps and Bolt were back in their pool and track, the story lines changed. Phelps is the most-decorated Olympian ever, with 22 overall medals: 18 gold, two silver, two bronze. Bolt is the most accomplished Olympic sprinter, with the unprecedented double, making clear that he's the fastest man in the world. But there's a debate: Who had the better Olympics? It'd be tough to top Phelps' eight gold medals in Beijing, but what if we're only talking London? London was Phelps' grand finale. He won four golds and two silvers in seven events, and he says he'll never race again. London was Bolt's chance to prove he's still the greatest. Bolt wins six gold medals in six Olympic finals. He is the first man ever in the history of the modern Games to sweep the 100 and 200 in back-to-back Olympics. Not to mention the addition of back-to-back relay golds. And Bolt became a legend, in his own words. Phelps already was. Bolt is just 25 years old, so there is no telling how long he can be on top of the sprinting world. What if he decides to "retire" from sprinting to focus on the 400 meters, just to break another world record or two? It would be amazing—and entirely plausible for him to accomplish.
1. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives.

(a) Michel Phelps was a/an___ swimmer.
(i) British 
(ii) American
(iii) Arabian
(iv) Irish
(b) Usain Bolt is the _____
(i) first to repeat 100 meter
(ii) third to repeat200 meter
(iii) third to repeat 100 meter
(iv) first to repeat both 100 & 200 meter.
 (c) In the London Olympics, bolt won----gold medals
(i)  05
(ii)  07
(iii)  04
(iv) 06
(d) Phelps is the most decorated Olympian with _____
(i) 22 gold medals
(ii) 18 gold medals
(iii) 22 medals altogether
(iv)18 gold and two silver medals
(e) London was Phelps grand finale in which he won ____
 (i) Seven medals
(ii) Six gold medals 
(iii)Six medals
(iv) Seven gold medals
(f) Who broken won Olympic record?
(i) Michael Phelps
(ii) Usain Bolt
(iii) Both of them
(iv) None

(g) They make London Olympics ‘stand apart’. Here ‘stand apart’ means____
(i) Far away
(ii) Stay aloof from
(iii) distinctive
(iv) dissimilar

1.Answer:
(a) (ii) American
(b) (i) first to repeat 100 meter
(c) (iii) 03
(d) (iii) 22 medals altogether
(e) (iii) six medals
(f) (ii) Usain Bolt
(g) (ii) stay aloof from

2. Answer the following questions.
(a) What makes London Olympic exceptional?
(b) What is the special in Bolt so far?
(c)  How are Phelps and Bolt similar and different?
(d) How has Michael Phelps become a legend?
(e) Why is Bolt considered the most accomplished Olympic sprinter?
2. Answer:
(a) Participation of Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt has made London Olympics 2012 exceptional, because they have made London Olympics stand apart by showing their outstanding performance.
(b) The specially of Bolt is that he is the first man ever in the history of modern games to sweep the 100 and 200 metre race in back to back Olympics.
(c) Phelps and Bolt are similar as they are excellent performers and obviously unrivalled in their respective tracts. On the other hand, they are also different because one of them is a sprinter and another one is a swimmer.
(d) Michael Phelps has become a legend in Olympics games as he bagged the most Olympics medals passing gymnast Larissa Latynia. He won 18 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 2 bronze medals to his credit.
(e) Bolt is considered the most accomplished sprinter because he has broken his own record in sprinting. He is the fast man to sweep the 100 and 200 metres sprint is back Olympics. Bolt has evaluated himself as a legend since he has proved himself the greatest.

Read the following passage to answer the question no 3.
21 February is observed as Shaheed Dibosh every year throughout the country in remembrance of the martyrs of language movement of 1952. The occasion begins at the early hours of the day with mourning song that recall the supreme sacrifices of our language martyrs. People were black badges and go to the Shaheed Minar barefoot in procession, singing mourning songs. They place wreaths at the Minar. Many of them visit the graves of the martyrs at Azimpure graveyard and pray for them. They also attend various programmes organised in remembrance of the language martyrs.
The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) on 17 November in 1999 proclaimed February 21 as the International Mother Language Day in recognition of the sacrifices of the martyrs for the rightful place of Bangla. The day is now annually observed worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.
3. Fill in each gap with a suitable word based on the information of the text.
People a) _____ 21 February as Shaheed Dibosh every year throughout the country to remember the memory of the martyrs of the language movement of 1952. People get up early in the morning They walk b) _____ to the Shaheed Minar. C)______ black badges they go the Shaheed Minar singing the mourning song ‘Amer vaier rokte rangano…….’ They d) _____homage to the memory of the martyrs. They offer flowers at Shaheed Minar to show their profound e) ____.
3.Answer:
(a) observed/celebrated
(b) barefooted
(c) Wearing
(d) pay
(e) love/respect
Read the following passage to answer the questions no 4-5.
Charles Babbage was an English Mathematician. He was mechanical engineer who is best known for originating the concept of computer. He was born on 26 December 1791 in London. He entered Trinity College in October, 1810. He was transferred to Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was the top mathematician there. He received an honours degree without examination in 1814. He was elected a follow of the Royal Society in 1816. From 1828 to 1839 Babbage was Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge University. Babbage is famous for inventing the first mechanical computer in 1822 that eventually led to today’s computer. He died at his home in London on 18 October 1871.

4. Complete the table below with information from the passage.
Who/ What
Event
Year/Time
Place/what
Work field
Specialty/Function
Babbage
died
1871
(i)…..


Babbage
received
(ii)……
an honours degree

without examination
(iii)……
Selected him
1816
a Fellow


Babbage
was appointed
1828-1839
(iv)……
Mathem atics
(v)………

4. Answer:
(i) London, England
(ii) in 1814
(iii) The Royal Society
(iv) Cambridge University
(v) Professor
5. Write a summary of the above passage in not more than 90 to 100 words.
5. Answer:
Charles Babbage is widely recognized as the first inventor of computer. He was an English Mathematician. He was also a mechanical engineer. He was born in 1791 in London. He was the top mathematician of Peter house, Cambridge. He obtained an honors degree without appearing for an exam in 1814. He became a fellow of the Royal Society in 1861. He also became a Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University. He invented the first mechanical computer in 1822. He died in 1871. But he is still regarded as the father of the modern computer.

6. Match the parts of sentence given in column A, B and C make five complete sentences.
Column A
Column B
Column C
(a) Our word is becoming
(i) is the latest invention
(i) and collect necessary information 
(b) Now a man from one part of the world 
(ii) with anybody in any place or even a parson 
(ii) with the blessings of science  
(c) Internet  communication 
(iii) can communicate with  a person of another part 
(iii) in a second through the internet
(d) A man can make friendship  
(iv) can use the London Library 
(iv) in the communication system
(e) A student sitting in the reading room 
(v) smaller  day  by day
(v) choose life partner through Internet 

6. Answer:
(a+v+ii) Our world is becoming smaller day by day with the blessing of science.
(b+iii+iii) Now a man from one part of the world can communicate with a person of another part in  a second through the internet.
(c+i+iv) Internet communication is the latest invention in the communication system.
(d+ii+v) A man can make friendship with anybody in any place or even choose life partner through internet.
(e+iv+i) A student sitting in the reading room can use the London Library and collect necessary information.

7. Put the following parts of the story in correct order to
Rewrite the whole story.
(a) She asked Bayazid to give her a glass of water in the pitcher.
(b) Once Hazrat Bayazid Bustami came home to see his ailing mother.
(c) But she again fell asleep
(d) So, he went to the well quite far from their house.
(e) She woke up some hours later.
(f) He filled the pitcher, came back and went to his mother with a glass of water.
(g) As he was still standing by her bed, his mother drank the glass of water and blessed him from the core of heart.
(h) He, instead of waking her up, stood by her bed with the glass of water in his hand.

7. Answer:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
b
a
d
f
c
h
e
g

SSC English 1st Paper Model Question Feni Girls’ Cadet Collage- Feni Test Exam 2018

Model 11 Feni Girls’ Cadet Collage- Feni Part A: Reading Test (50 marks) Read the following passage and answer the questions below: ...