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Read the following text and answer the questions no. 2 and 3:
When adolescent girls are pulled out of school either for marriage or work, they often lose their mobility, their friends and social status. The lack of mobility among adolescent giris also curtails their economic and non-formal educational opportunities. Moreover, they lack information about health issues. According to a study, only about three in five adolescents have even heard of HIV. It is also reported that more than 50 percent of adolescent girls are undernourished and suffer from anaemia. Adolescent fertility rate increased from 20.3% in 1993 to 24.4% in 2007. Moreover, neonatal mortality is another concern for younger mothers. While the situation for adolescent boys is somewhat better, many are vulnerable and lack the power to make decisions about their own lives. Many boys who are unable to go to school, or are unemployed, remain unaware of social or health issues. They are at considerable risk of being drawn into criminal activities. They are likely to get exposed to drugs and alcohol causing irreparable damage to their health and life.
Answer the following questions:
Read the passage and then write the antonym or synonym of the words as directed below:
(a) usually (synonym) (b) illegal (antonym) (c) demand (synonym) (d) majority (antonym) (e) maternal (antonym) (f) mortality (antonym) (g) mobility (antonym) (h) curtail (antonym) (i) unemployed (antonym) (j) expose (antonym).
Fill in the blanks with appropriate word in each gap:
In recent years there have been many alarming reports that world's climate is undergoing a significant change. All these reports provide (a)--- evidence (b)--- world's temperatures are increasing day by day. This increase in global (c)--- is caused (d)--- increased amounts of carbon dioxide (e)--- the earth. Most climatologists (f)---- that greenhouse effect is the likely (g)--- of this global warming. It may harm human (h)--- seriously.
The following sentences are jumbled. Rearrange them in a proper sequence:
(i) He wrote a lot of poems, songs-gazals, short stories, poems, novels, etc.
(ii) He lost his father at the age of eight and at the age of eleven he showed his poetic genius.
(iii) At the age of nineteen, he joined the Army as an ordinary soldier to the fight in the First World War.
(Iv) On his return from the battlefield, he gave up the sword for the pen.
(v) It was tragic that he had been suffering from a fatal disease since 1942 and remained paralysed for the rest of his life.
(vi) In 1924 he married Promila in Kolkata,
(vii) Bangladesh became independent in 1971 and he was brought to Bangladesh from Kolkata in 1972.
(viii) Kazi Nazrul Islam was born in 1899 in the district of Burdwan in West Bengal.
Summarize the following text:
I stand before you today with a heart overflowing with grief. You are fully aware of the events that are going on and understand their import. We have been trying to do our best to cope with the situation. And yet, unfortunately, the streets of Dhaka, Chattogram, Khulna, Rajshahi and Rangpur are awash with the blood of our brothers. The people of Bengal now want to be free, the people of Bengal now want to live, and the people of Bengal now want their rights. What have we done that was wrong? After the elections, the people of Bangladesh voted as one for me, for the Awami League. We were to sit in the National Assembly, draft a constitution for ourselves there, and build our country: the people of this land would thereby get economic, political and cultural freedom. But it is with regret that I have to report to you today that we have passed through twenty-three tragic years; Bengal's history of those years is full of stories of torture inflicted on our people, of blood shed by them repeatedly. Twenty-three years of a history of men and women in agony!