Saturday, February 9, 2019

SSC English 1st Paper Model Question Jhenidah Cadet College Jhenidah Test Exam 2018

Jhenidah Cadet College Jhenidah
Part A: reading Test(50 marks)
Read the following passage and answer the questions below:
The advantages of the Internet technology have made it possible to emerge a good number of web sites to facilitate social relations among people around the world. These are known as social networking services or social networks. At present, Facebook is the most popular. Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. are other frequently used social services. Social network services are web-based and hence, provide ways for the users to interact through the Internet. These services make it possible to connect people sharing interests and activities across the borders and thus have made a lot for the users to feel that they really live in a global village.
Why are social networks expanding so fast? The answer is simple. Most of the social l services are cost free. You can make use of them free, paying a very little to your Internet service provider. Secondly, you can make your personal profile public before the entire online community. It is like presenting yourself before the entire world. You can also look into other people’s profile if you are interested. It is simple and easy. Thirdly, social networks allow users to upload pictures, multimedia contents and modify the profile. Some like Facebook allow users to update their profiles. Fourthly, networks allow users to post blog entries. User profiles have a section dedicated to comments from friends and other users. Finally, there are privacy protection measures too. A user himself or herself decides over the number of visitors/viewers, and what information should be shared with others.

1. Choose the correct answer from the alternatives.
(a) What is true for Internet technology?
(i) helps social relations 
(ii) change social relations 
(iii) destroys social relations 
(iv) complicates social relations 

(b) What is most popular social network?
(i) Google
(ii) Twitter
(iii) LinkedIn
(iv) Facebook
(c) What is the base of social network?
(i) Internet                      (ii) Web
(iii) computer                 (iv) mobile phone
(d) In the above passage, the writer has__ view on social networks.
(i) critical               (ii) positive
(iii) negative         (iv) neutral 
(e) The social networks are spreading fast due to___ reasons.
(i) four
(ii) five
(iii) six
(iv) seven
(f) Social networks are giving people the feeling of living in a village.
(i) global                 (ii) virtual
(iii) factual             (iv) intellectual
(g) Social networks enable the users to decide their own sense of___
(i) selecting friends      (ii) crossing borders
(iii) storing photos       (iv) sharing information
(a) (i) helps social relations
(b) (iv) Facebook
(c) (i) internet
(d) (iv) neutral
(e) (ii) five
(f) (i) global
(g) (i) selecting friends
2. Answer the following question.
(a) What is the reason behind the emergence of so many wed side?
(b) What do you know about social networks service?
(c) How are these networks making a global community?
(d) What do you consider the most important reason behind the expansion of social networks?
(e) How do the social networks help you develop sense and sensibility?
2. Answer:
(a) The advantages of internet technology are reasons behind the emergence of so many websites.
(b) Social network services are web-based and they provide ways for the users to interact through the internet.
(c) These networks make it possible to connect people sharing interests and activities across the borders and thus are making a global community.
(d) I think, the most important reason behind the expansion of social networks is that it is a cost free.
(e) The social networks help us to present ourselves before the entire world. They make us social and develop a sense how we should behave with the others. They also develop our sensibility that helps us apply our sense in different situations.
3. Write a summary of the passage in more than 90 to 100 words.
Social are expanding fast with the help of internet technology. Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc are the popular social networks sites. Facebook is the most popular among these sites. These sites make it possible to connect people sharing their interest across national borders. Thus they live in a global village. The social network sites are expanding sp fast because it is cost free. One can make one’s personal profile public before the entire world. These social networks also allow people to upload their photos. The users can also have maximum protection.

Read the following text carefully and answer the question 4 and 5:
It was Autumn, August 26, 1910. A little girl was born to an Albanian descent, rich Catholic merchant’s family in a small town called Skopje, Macedonia. She was the youngest of the three siblings and was named Agnes Gnocchi Bojaxhiu. Who had known that this tiny, little girl would one day become the servants of humanity-love and serve the poorest of the poor and become the mother of humanity. Yes, we are talking about none other than Mother Teresa. At the age of 12, she heard voice from within her that urged her to spread the love of Christ. She decided that she would missionary. At the age of 18 she left her parental home. She then joined an Irish community of runs called the Sisters of Loreto, which had missions in India. After a few month of training at the Institute of the blessed Virgin Mary in Dublin, Mother Teresa come to India. On May 24, 1931. She took her initial vows as a nun. From 1931 to 1948, Mother Teresa taught geography and catechism (religion instruction) at St.  Mary’s High School in Kolkata (then Calcutta). However, the prevailing poverty in Kolkata had a deep impact on Mother Teresa’s mind, and in 1948 she received permission from her superiors to leave the convent and devote herself to work among the poorest of the poor in the slums of Kolkata. 
4. Read the passage about Mother Teresa and complete the table below:
Mother Teresa

from her within her
at the age of 12
taught geography and catechism
from 1931 to 1948

had a deep impact on Mother Teresa’s mind

Mother Teresa
Devoted herself to work among the poorest
In the slums of Kolkata

(a) Skopje, Macedonia
(b) heard a voice from within her
(c) at St. Mary’s High School
(d) The prevailing poverty in Kolkata
(e) In 1948
5. From your reading of the above passage fill in the blanks with suitable words. Use one word only in each blank:

Though Mother Teresa was an(a)_____ of a rich family, she had deep (b)_____ for the poorest of the poor. She eventually become the mother of (c)_____ due to her selfless love and devoted (d)______ to the destitute in the (e)_____ of Kolkata.
5. Answer:
(i) infant
(ii) feeling/sympathy
(iii) humanity
(iv) contribution
(v) city

6. Match the parts of sentence given in column A, B and C make five complete sentences.
Column A
Column B
Humayun Ahmed passed SSC from Bogra Zilla School in 1967

(i) At the Bangladesh agriculture University for six mothers and then he joined Dhaka Collage 
(b) He graduated from Dhaka University  
(ii) In 1971 during the Liberation War.  
(c) After graduation, he worked as a lecturer
(iii) and passed HSC from Dhaka Collage in 1969. 
(d) He took Ph.D in Polymer Chemistry
(iv) because of his popularity.
(e) He got “Bangla Academy Award” and “Ekushe Padak”
(v) from North Dakota State University. 

(vi) as an honor

(vii) with both Bachelor and Master degree in Chemistry.

(a+iii) Humayun Ahmed passed SSC from Bogura Zilla School in 1967 and passed HSC from Dhaka College in 1969.
(b+vii) He graduated from Dhaka University with both Bachelor and Master degree in Chemistry.
(c+i) After graduation, he works as a lecture at the Bangladesh Agriculture University for six months and then he joined Dhaka College.
(d+v) He took Ph.D in polymer Chemistry from North Dakota State University.
(e+vi) He got ‘Bangla Academy Award’ and ‘Ekushey Padak’ as an honor.

7. Put the following parts of the story in correct order to rewrite the whole story.
(a) He was born on 19 August 1935 in the village Majurpur, in Feni district.
(b) In 1971, he joined the Liberation War.
(c) He was an active worker of the Language Movement.
(d) Zahir was also present at the historical meeting of Amtala on February 21, 1952.
(e) Zahir Raihan was one of the most talented film makers in Bangladesh.
(f) He also took part in the mass movement in 1969.
(g) As a result, he and many others were arrested and taken to prison.
(h) He was one of the ten Students to go out in a procession on 21 February 1952 despite a ban on such activities.



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