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1. A Winter Morning
There are six seasons in Bangladesh. Winter is one of them. The morning in the winter is called winter morning. A
winter morning is very misty and cold. In winter dew drops on grasses and trees at night. Everything is covered with
dense fog. Sometimes the fog is so dense that the sun rays cannot get through it. Everything seems to be hazy from a
little distance. Bird’s chirping is not heard. Cows and other animals cannot come out. In winter the nights are long
and the days are short. The people get up late from the bed. Then they enjoy the winter morning in many ways. They
put on warm cloth, gather straws or leaves and make fire to warm themselves. Children and old people bask in the
sun. Besides, the people enjoy the winter morning happily by eating various kinds of delicious cakes, date juice,
breads and other items. It may be noted that the poor suffer much in winter and the rich enjoy the winter with much
pleasure. In fine, in spite of having some demerits in winter it is a pleasant morning to most of the people.

2. A Moonlit Night
A moonlit night is such a night when the moon gives us light fully. It is very charming and enjoyable to all. It presents
a beautiful sight to us. It dazzles our eyes and soothes our heart. In a moonlit night the moon seems to us like a disk
of silver. The moon bathes the whole world with her silvery light. The sparkling stars twinkle around the moon. The
surface of water in the rivers, ponds and seas glitter in the light of the moon. They seem to laugh. The whole nature
looks bright and appears in divine light. People of all ages enjoy a moonlit night. It is the most pleasant to a newly
married couple and lovers. All kinds of people prefer to gossip in the moonlit night. It takes us to the world of
imagination. We all like to imagine. It also inspires the poets of all languages to praise highly of a moonlit night. Most
of the poets write romantic poems in the moonlit night. In fine, a moonlit night is very pleasant which attracts any
person by her unparalleled beauty.

3. A School Library
A school library is a library where the students and teachers of a school can read and borrow books. A library
satisfies our eternal knowledge of the unknown and the unseen. A library is a part and parcel of a school. It is also a
store-house of knowledge. It helps a person to satisfy his thirst for knowledge. No school is complete without a
library. Our school has a big library. It is situated in a separate building. The library has a good collection of different
books. The library is divided into two parts. One is reading room and another is librarian room. In reading room there
are some chairs, tables or benches to sit. In the librarian room there are many almirahs and shelves. Books are
arranged in shelves according to subjects. We can borrow books after two weeks from the library. Because of having
a good collection of books the students and the teachers of the school can read books and make notes according to
their choice. In fact, we are really proud of our school library

4. A School Magazine
A school magazine is a kind of periodical publication. It is such a magazine which contains the writings of the
students and the teachers of a school. It is a part and parcel of a school. Almost every well-established school
publishes a school magazine every year. It reveals the creative genius of both students and teachers. To publish a
magazine is not an easy task. At first, a committee is formed for publishing the magazine. Then the committee asks
the learners and the teachers to send their writings. After that, the editor corrects the writings. They select the best
publishable writings. A school magazine contains short stories, poems, essays, verses, jokes, riddles and other
writings related to studies, sports and cultural activities of the school. It often contains album of photography. It also
contains messages from the headmaster, assistant headmaster and the chairman of the school managing
committee. A school magazine can play a vital role in improving the young learner’s habit of reading and writing. It
can develop the students’ interest in literature. It enhances their imagination and develops their creative powers. It
is a mirror of the school. It adds to the glory and honor of the school.

5. A Tea Stall
A tea stall is a small shop where hot tea and other things are sold for the passers-by. It is a common place to all
classes of people. It is usually found at the turn of the road, bus stands, railway stations, Bazar or even beside an
office where the common people are available. It opens early in the morning and closes at late night. Biscuits, bread,
bananas, betel leaf and different kinds of handmade snacks are available there. In a tea stall there are some benches
and tables. A boy is employed in a tea stall to serve the customers. Different kind of young boys and old people come
to a tea stall. Actually a tea stall is a gathering and noisy place. Those boys and people who come here usually do not
leave the place immediately after taking a cup of tea. They refresh themselves with a cup. They make a storm over a
cup of tea. In a tea stall they mainly talk about games and sports, politics, and current affairs of our country. This is
why it is called a Mini Sangsad (Parliament). Intact, a tea stall is n an important place of social gathering. It is also a
place of charm for the common people and boys. So the popularity of a tea stall is increasing day by day.

6. Load Shedding
Load shedding means the discontinuity of supply of electricity for short or long time. Nowadays it has become a part
of our daily life. There are many reasons for load shedding. The insufficient production of electricity is the main
reason of it. Misuse and illegal connection of electricity are the other reasons of it. It occurs mostly at night because
the demand of electricity is more than in the daytime. The bad effects of load shedding are beyond description. It
creates problem in the socio-economic development of the country. Mills and factories, shops, hospitals etc. become
paralyzed due to load shedding. The sufferings of the students know no bounds. They sit in the darkness closing their
books during the load shedding. They suffer a lot of if it occurs in the time of their examination. The patients also
suffer terribly because operation stops in hospitals for load shedding. Load shedding at night also encourages the
thieves. However, this problem should be solved at any cost. The concerned authority must take necessary steps to
stop it. More power stations should be established. Illegal connection and system loss should also be stopped. After
all, there is no alternative to be conscious about the misuse of electricity.

7. Traffic Jam
Traffic jam means a long line of different kinds of vehicles. It is a common sight in our country. It is one of the major
problems of modern time. This problem is created by the rapid growth of population and the increasing number of
vehicles. It occurs almost all the district towns where a lot of vehicles play everyday. Especially it occurs near bus
stand, railway crossing, in front of a school or a college and turn of a road, at the junction of various roads or near a
market. It occurs mainly in the morning and afternoon on working days when everyday body tries to attend office in
short time or returns home as early as possible. Actually traffic jam occurs seriously at office and school time. The
causes of traffic jam are many. The roads of our country are very narrow. There are many unlicensed vehicles in our
country. The drivers are not willing to obey traffic rules. They want to drive according to their freedom. As a result,
traffic jam is created. Traffic jam is very harmful for our life. It kills our valuable time and our works are hampered
widely. It causes great sufferings to the ambulance carrying dying patients and the fire brigade vehicles. However,
this problem can be solved by taking some steps. Our government should construct spacious roads. One way
movement of vehicles should be introduced. Traffic rules should be imposed strictly so that the drivers are bound to
obey traffic rules. Sufficient traffic police should be posted on important points. Finally unlicensed vehicles should be
removed. In fact, traffic jam is very harmful for every nation. By doing the above things, we can be free from traffic
jam.

8. Early Rising
Early rising means the habit of getting up from the bed in the morning. It is a very good habit. It is essential and good
for our health. It is the most important for the students. It helps us in many ways. The student who rises early in the
morning can take some exercises or walk in the morning fresh air and study more attentively. The morning air
refreshes both body and mind. It also makes body strong and healthy. He can enjoy the beauty of nature in the early
morning. Nature smiles in the morning with colorful flowers and leaves. Even bird’s chirping is heard in the morning.
The beautiful gifts and colorful nature in the morning remind us of the creator. He feels to pray to God. An early riser
has many advantages. He can start his daily work earlier. He gets a lot of time to complete his lessons. In fine, early
rising is beneficial to all. The habit of early rising is the source of good health, wealth and wisdom.

9. Our National Flag
A national flag means a flag which a country achieves / gains by independence. It is the symbol of a nation. To gain
independence a country has to struggle a lot. However, Bangladesh is an independent country. We have a national
flag like other free countries. It reminds us the freedom fighters of our country who has dedicated their lives for our
country. Our national flag is made by cotton or silk. Its shape is rectangular and it is 10: 6 in proportion. It may be
different sizes according to its use. The flag is hoisted everyday in government buildings and educational institutions.
It is hoisted everywhere in our country on 16 December, 26 March and 21 February. Our national flag has two colorsgreen and red. The green color is the symbol of youth and the red color is the symbol of the sacrifices of freedom
fighters. We salute the national flag and respect our freedom fighters with much respect. In fact, we are really proud
of it.

10. A Railway Station
A railway station stand is a place from where service trains stop and start for the passengers in a fixed time. A great
number of trains touch the railway station at different hours of the day and night. It is a part and parcel of train
communication of a country. From here trains go for various destinations and trains come here from different
places. A railway station is a busy and noisy place. It remains crowed almost at all hours of the day. There are some
ticket counters in a railway station. People are found standing to buy tickets in a long line. There are bookstalls,
book-sellers and waiting rooms in a rail way station. Around a rail way station some stationary shops, restaurants,
saloons, book-stalls and tea-stalls are found. Even magazines and seasonal fruits are also sold here. Besides,
rickshaws, vans, auto-rickshaws are seen standing for the passengers. The passengers wait impatiently for the trains
in the rail way station. When the train reaches at the station, the place becomes very busy and noisy. At this
moment some potters come out, some hawkers cry out to sell their goods and some beggars sing for begging. The
passengers are found getting down from the train and getting into the train. Actually a railway station is a very noisy
and dirty place. In spite of being a noisy and dirty place it helps us in many ways. In fact, it is a useful place. It plays
an important role in communication of a country.

11. A Bus Stand
A bus stand is a place from where service buses stop and start for the passengers in a fixed time. A great number of
up and down buses touch the stand at different hours of the day and night. It is a part and parcel of bus
communication of a country. It is generally situated besides the roadside. From here buses go for various
destinations and buses come here from different places. A bus stand is a busy and noisy place. It remains crowed
almost at all hours of the day. There are some ticket counters in a bus stand. People are found standing to buy
tickets in a long line. Around a bus stand some stationary shops, restaurants, saloons, book-stalls and tea-stalls are
found. Even magazines and seasonal fruits are also sold here. Besides, rickshaws, vans, auto-rickshaws are seen
standing for the passengers. The passengers wait impatiently for the buses in the bus stand. When the buses come
and buses go, it looks very noisy. At this moment some hawkers cry out to sell their goods and some beggars sing for
begging. Actually a bus stand is a very noisy and dirty place. In spite of being a noisy and dirty place it helps us in
many ways. In fact, a bus stand is a useful place. A bus stand plays an important role in communication of a country.

12. The Postman
The man who delivers letters, parcels, and money orders from door to door is called a postman. A postman is a very
familiar person in our country. He is very punctual and dutiful. The works of a postman begin in the morning. He
wears a khaki uniform and b lack shoes. He carries a bag across his shoulders containing letters, parcels and money
orders and other postal articles. He is very useful to the people and his work is very important and responsible. He
goes from one house to another to deliver letters, money orders and other postal articles to the proper addresses. A
postman can make us both happy and unhappy. When he brings letters of good news, we become very happy. Again
if he brings letters of good news, we become shocked. He renders and great service to the society. He is such a great
friend to us. We all expect his nock on the door. He behaves very friendly with all. The economic condition of a
postman is very miserable. Though he works very hard he gets a very small salary. With his poor income, he cannot
maintain his family decently. So he leads a miserable life. There is no doubt that he serves the society as well as the
country greatly in the field of postal communication. He should be given good salary so that he can lead a better life
and serve us well.

13. A Day Labor
A day labour is a person who works all day long for earning his living. He is a common figure in our society. He and
his family depend on his daily income. He does not have any permanent work. He usually earns his daily living by
doing hard work. He gets up early in the morning and goes out in quest of work. He does different types of jobs such
as carrying bricks, wood, stones, mud and digging ponds, constructing of roads, buildings etc. He works hard from
morning to evening. He gets his wages at the end of the work. Then he goes to bazar to buy his daily necessaries. He
has to work hard in various fields. He is always dependent on his employer. When he earns much money, he and his
family can eat well. It is a happy day for them. If he does not find any work, he and his family have to go without
food. So the life of a day labour is very miserable. Sorrows and sufferings are his constant companions. He does not
know what is joy and happiness. He earns his living by working hard. Most of the time he is ill-paid and ill- treated in
every sphere of his life. Infact, the services of a day laborer plays an importance role in our national life. So we
should think about his rights and show respect to them.

14. A Farmer
A farmer is a person who does the work of farming is known as a farmer. A farmer is a common figure in our country.
He has a little land, a pair of bullocks and some handmade tools. Most of the farmers have no land. They cultivate
other lands. A farmer generally gets up early in the morning and goes to his land. He ploughs his land, sows the
seeds and weeds out. He comes home at noon. Then he eats his meals, takes rest and again goes to the field. He
works hard in the field from morning till evening. He gets little crops. He does not know how to plough his land
scientifically. He cannot buy seeds and fertilizer for lack money. As a result, he cannot produce more food for
himself. He has both pleasures and pains. If he gets a good a harvest, his face looks happy. On the other hand, if
crops are grown well, he knows no bounds. Actually the life of a farmer is very miserable. Sorrows and sufferings are
his constant companions. He does not know what is joy and happiness. He leads a simple life. In fine, a farmer is an
asset of our country. He grows grow crops for country. So, our government should give the farmers financial help or
loan.

15. A Street Beggar
A street beggar is a person who begs for alms in roads and streets. He is a common figure in our country. He is
generally seen begging in the streets of towns and cities. He begs sitting or standing from street to street. He is a
very poor man and lives on begging and others charity. He wears dirty and torn clothes. He carries a bowl with him.
Whenever a street beggar sees a passer-by, he begs alms by spreading the bowl towards the passer-by. If anybody
gives him alms, he becomes happy and prays to God for his welfare. When he does not get any alms or meal or
money from any person, he becomes angry and unhappy. All the streets beggar have their own way of lies and
modes of approaching for alms. He tries his best to draw the sympathy of the passers-by with his peculiar voice. He
begs by singing or uttering by a few words of the Quran. Sometimes he uses his tricks to earn more. The life of a
street beggar is very miserable. He leads a simple life for his poverty. His life is full of sufferings. He knows no
bounds. In fact, though he is the poorest person of our society, we have some duties. So, we should be kind and
sympathetic to him.

16. A Street Hawker
A man who sells various things by moving from street to street is called a street hawker. He is a self-employed
person. He is a familiar figure in the cities and towns. He raises a strange outcry to draw the attention of his
customers .He wears a peculiar dress of different colors. He tries to attract the attention of the customers by using
different tricks. He carries his goods either in bundles or in a basket. Sometimes he walks about with his goods on a
wheeled platform. His customers are usually children and women. He usually sells toys, cosmetics, ready-made
garments, daily necessaries, utensils and balloons of various colors and shapes. Children and women gather round
him. He is a clever man. He goes out with his moving shop from door to door when the elderly people are out on
duty or business. He demands higher price for his things from women and children. But he sells his things at a
cheaper rate. However, he is an expected person for some people. Although he works hard, he cannot earn a lot of
money. Actually the life of a street hawker is very miserable. Sorrows and sufferings are his constant companions. He
does know what is joy and happiness. All most all the time he leads a simple life.

17. A Fisherman
A fisherman is a person who earns his livelihood by catching and selling fishes. Generally a fisherman lives by the
rivers, big canals, marshy lands and seas for his professional advantages. He is hard working and painstaking. He uses
nets and boats for fishing. Some fishermen have nets but no boats. Some fishermen who have boats and nets
employ other fishermen. Then they work in a group. A fisherman is always busy in his work. While at home he
repairs his boats or nets and he paints his boats or dyes his nets. He catches fish in the seas, rivers, and beels. His
women-folk make new nets; his children dry fishes in the sun and sell them in the market. He works hard all day and
night. He has to work in faul and fair weather. The life of a fisherman is very risky, miserable and challenging because
storms and cyclones may come at any time. Some fishermen go to fish at night; some go to fish in the deep water or
in the sea from home for many days. When he catches a lot of fishes, his joy knows no bounds. After all a fisherman
does much good to us by supplying fishes. Actually the life of a day a fisherman is very miserable. Sorrows and
sufferings are his constant companions. He does not know what is joy and happiness. In spite of being hard working
he cannot earn a lot of money. He leads a simple life. In fact, A fisher man is person in our society. Government
should take some steps for the development of minimum standard of their livelihood

18. Tree plantation
Tree plantation means to plant trees more and more. It is also the process of planting trees .Now- a- days it has
become a social movement in our country. Trees are very useful for existence. They are related deeply with our life
and well-being. They are our best friends. Trees provide us shelter, food, fruits, firewood, timber and oxygen. We get
vitamins from fruits. They prevent soil erosion, air pollution and floods. They also effectively prevent the spread of
the desert and landslides. They help us in many ways. Human beings, birds, domestic and wild animals are
dependent on trees. We all should plant and grow trees more and more to maintain ecological balance. We should
take social forestry about tree plantation. We also create awareness among the whole people about tree plantation.
People should plant trees all around where there is open space. Trees add to the beauty and quality of our life and
living. We have to plant trees in every bare space of land, the sea beaches, the low –lying areas and the road sides.It
is a matter of great sorrow that some dishonest and greedy people cut down trees on a large scale. Our government
should take proper steps against them. Infact, trees are very essential for human’s existence. The result of tree
plantation will be positive for human being in every sphere of life. For this, we all should plant trees more and more
to improve our adverse situation.

19. Physical exercise
Physical exercise means the regular movement of the limbs of our body according to rules. It helps to develop the
growth of different organs of the body properly. Without physical exercise no one can enjoy a good health. It makes
a man strong and active and keeps him free from diseases. He who takes physical exercise can build up a good
health. On the other hand, he who does not take physical exercise regularly cannot build up a good health. There is a
proverb in English that a sound mind lives in a sound body. In order to have a sound mind in a sound body we should
take physical exercise. It helps proper circulation of blood in out body and increases the power of digestion. But all
sorts of exercise are not suitable for men and women of all ages. Walking is the best kind of exercise for all. Walking
in the morning and evening refreshes our body and mind. There are many people who do not take physical exercise.
They fall victim to many diseases. Physical exercise enables us to build a good health which is the key to success. In
fact physical exercise is very essential for all. To lead a happy and healthy life we all should take regular physical
exercise.

20. My Reading room
A reading room is a place where a student studies attentively. He can use it freely. However, I am a student. So, I
have a reading room. It faces the south. It is one of the most beautiful rooms in my house. There are two doors and
four windows in my reading. The room is very comfortable. There are a fan, a chair, a table, a table clock and two
lights in my reading room. A beautiful picture is hung on the wall in my reading room. Besides, there is a flower
garden in front of my reading room. I have planted various kinds of flowers in my flower garden. When the flowers
bloom in, both the garden and my reading room look very nice and attractive. The flower has increased the beauty
of my reading room. In fact, my reading room is undoubtedly a good reading room.

21. Rickshaw Puller
The man who pulls rickshaw for money is called a rickshaw puller. A rickshaw puller is a familiar person in cities and
towns. He generally lives in a slum. Most of the rickshaw pullers have no their own rickshaws. They pull other
rickshaws by renting. However, a rickshaw puller is a poor man. His dress is very shabby and dirty. His income is very
low. He supports his family through much hardship. He works hard from morning till late night. He is seen carrying
passengers in both good and bad weathers. He bargains with his passengers. He demands more when the weather is
very hot and foul. Sometimes he tries to cheat passengers. But most often he is cheated by passengers. A rickshaw
puller is seen sleeping on his rickshaw under a tree or sitting idly on his rickshaw. Though he drives rickshaw from
morning till late night, he leads a very miserable life. His life is full of sorrows and sufferings. He cannot enjoy peace
and happiness. If he becomes sick, he cannot drive his rickshaw. As a result, he and his family have to starve. Infact,
the services of a rickshaw puller plays an importance role in our national life. So we should think about his rights and
show respect to them.

22. A Rainy Day
A rainy day means such a day when it rains continuously all day long during the rainy season. It is a common sight in
our country. It is very dull and gloomy. In a rainy day the sky is covered with thick of black clouds. The sun is not seen
in the sky. Sometimes it rains heavily cats and dogs. As a result, rivers, canals and tanks swell up. Roads and paths
become muddy and slippery. Water stands here and there. Activities of normal life are stopped due to heavy rain.
None can move freely without umbrella from one place to another. The common people cannot attend their
respective places in time. If anybody wants to go outside, he has to take an umbrella with him. The poor and the day
laborers do not like a rainy day. They cannot go out to earn their living. Their suffering knows no bounds. They go on
starving. On the other hand, the rich enjoy the day in listening to music, watching TV, reading novels. A rainy day is
most welcomed to the students, as they have no classes in the school. A rainy day brings joyous mood to the young
boys of the same age and they are seen to bathe in rainwater with merriment. Those who have imaginary bent of
mind enjoy the beauty of nature being drenched in rains. The cloudy sky lets loose their emotions. A rainy day has
good effect on the soil. It helps plants to grow, flowers to bloom and nature looks fresh and beautiful. However, a
rainy day is not pleasant to all.

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