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Solar Cooker

Or, Solar Energy
In 1976 a scientist at Gonoshasto Kendra thought about this problem. “How can people boil water cheaply” he asked himself. It was a very hot day. He looked at the sun and suddenly remembered two important things. First will become very hot. Then the sun’s rays can shine through water. Now he will use the sun’s ray’s to boil water. He went to the market to buy some necessary things for his experiment. First, he bought a round bamboo basket. It was about four feet across. And bought three sticks. He also bought about a hundred pieces of mirror. The scientist carefully stuck the pieces of broken mirror to the inside of basket by using strong gum. At last, the inside of the basket was completely covered with about a hundred small pieces of mirror. Then the scientist took the basket outside, the sun shone brightly inside it. He stuck the three sticks into three holes in the basket. He put a large pot on top of the sticks. Then he poured water into the pot. The sun shone brightly in the basket under the pot. After 3 minutes he heard a very small noise from the pot. He looked in and saw the water was boiling. It’s called solar cooker.

Same paragraph collected from another book

The energy which we obtain from the sun rays is called solar energy. At present, mankind faces energy crisis. The era of wood and bio-mass has almost come to an end. The age of oil and natural gas would soon be over within the next few decades. Massive burning of world’s coal reserves may lead to a worldwide ecological disaster because coal burning emits the highest amount of carbon in the atmosphere. So, the only solution that mankind can look to is the massive use of solar energy in future because it has some advantages over other forms of renewable energies. The world’s petroleum consumption has increased from annually 3 billion barrels today. In the next 25 years, the world’s population is expected to be about 8 billion which is 30 percent higher than today. Developing countries will grow their economics about two times faster than industrialised countries. Global economic growth is expected to continue at 3 percent per year. Consequently, the global demand for energy will grow at about 1.7 percent per years on an averages. It indicates a 50 percent rise of energy consumption by 2030. If the world’s daily petroleum consumption in 220 million barrels, it will rise to 335 million barrels by that time. And hence, leading industrial countries have taken initiatives to tap alternative energy sources. We should make careful research of the impact and massive use of solar energy in future.

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The Fox Without A Tail

Once upon a time, there lived a very clever fox. He lived in a jungle in a very hot county just like Bangladesh. One day, When Mr Fox was walking through the jungle, he fell into a trap. He landed on his tail. When he got out of the trap, he left his tail behind. Without his tail, Mr Fox looked very strange and he felt very sad and ashamed. He cried and cried. But Mr Fox was very clever. He thought and thought. Mr Fox had a good idea, so he made a plan. He arranges a meeting in the jungle. When the foxes knew about the meeting, they came quickly. When Mr Fox saw all the foxes there, he felt very important and pleased. He invites them to cut their tails, because if the cut their tails they will look beautiful and it is not needed, in fact, it’s useless. It looks ugly and dirty. A fox was wise of them. He understood this. He told others that the fox is foolish, when cutting off tail it looks strange and foolish. In fact, it was a foolish idea because they will look just like Mr Fox. Mr Fox felt very ashamed and ran away. Mr Fox is very clever, but not wise.

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The House I Live In

Man makes house in order to live a safe and sound life. Not only human beings but also animals and birds create their own house. As a human being, I also live in a house with our family in semi-pacca house. We have three bedrooms, one drawing room and one dining room in our house. My parents live in the master bed. My elder two brothers use the other room as their bed and reading room. I along live in a beautiful room. It is also my bed and reading room. Our drawing room is well-decorated. There is a well-furnished common toilet beside the drawing-room. Our house has water supply, electricity, and gas. The house faces the east. So light and fresh air can easily enter into it. Since our house is in the centre of Chittagong city. We are lucky about that. We always try to keep our house neat and clean. Our house is quite free from the unexpected disturbance. of naughty children and animals. There is also a calling bell in front of the main gate. We let any stranger enter the house knowing his identity. We are really happy living in our house. Such a good house with a good location is hardly found.

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The Liberation War

Liberation is our great achievement. Liberation war occurred during 1971 and after nine month’s struggle, Bangladesh became independent. Eleven years ago Samira and Laila had an interesting conversation with Samira’s parents. It was about the Liberation War. Both of them could not remember much about it. So, they asked Samira’s parents some questions about it. It was a great war. Everybody wanted to do something for the county. It was a glorious time. There were lots of shouts and bangs outside at night. People were in panic then. Some helpless people took shelter in far-off villages. All classes of people fought against their enemies. After nine month’s fierce fighting, our freedom fighters became victorious. Now ours in an independent country. So we are proud of our Liberation War.

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The Life of Mongolians

Mongolians life is different from us. They have about a thousand sheep and in the summer season, they take them from one place to another. Their sheep look for grass on the great plains and they follow them on their horses. They don’t have a lot of grass, because they don’t get much rain. Sheep are important in their lives because they’re very useful. They give them many useful things like meat and wool. They use wool to take a thick cloth called felt. Horses are also most important for them. They all have at least one horse. They are nomads and ride their horses everywhere. Their great leader is Genghis Khan and they have a long history. During the summer season, they can move around easily. Their tents are called yurts. These are very comfortable homes and they like to live in them. Then, when their sheep have eaten a lot of grass, they move on to another place. Most Mongolians have two homes, they have another season is winter. Winter is so cold. In January the temperature is about 16 degrees Fahrenheit. So in winter, they can’t move around but stay in one place. This time they stay in their winter homes. There are made of stone so these are warm. As a result, we can say that Mongolian’s life is very difficult. 

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