বইয়ে খোঁজার সময় নাই
সব কিছু এখানেই পাই

Paragraph Group - 18

Paragraph - 86

Diana’s Death

The Queen of hearts Princess Diana Died by a car-crash at Paris in France on the last day of August when she was hoping to return back to England and be united with her two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. The whole world was shocked by her sudden demise. Most probably it is the most tragic event of 1997, maybe of the ages. Diana had a magnetic personality and with this compassionate personality and loving heart, she made a lot of friends at home and abroad. She will be sorrily missed by all of them. Her every action, every move was carefully followed by the people around the globe and through this, she drew the most attention than any other royal could hardly get. She became Princess from the very day of her marriage with Prince Charles of U. K. Though the fairy tale wedding didn't last long and they became separated in 1996, the lady with a blessed beauty and God gifted kind heart captured the heart of the people till her death. Like a comet, she disappeared without prior notice and this is extremely hard to except. At the time when she was radiating with hope, God takes her away. But in her extremely short life, she tried to make the lives of the masses better. She tried to bring the issue of landmines to the world community and gained a lot of admiration. Diana was no more but still, She will be remembered by the people in the world for her warm heart, kind behaviour and love for those in need. She was truly the ‘Princes of People’. May her soul rest in peace in the eternity. May God give them strength to her two sons to bear the loss.

Paragraph - 87

Rickshaw

Rickshaw is a very popular vehicle in our country. It is the means of the poor people to get their livelihood. No academic training is required to drive a rickshaw. About more than 5 lacks people live on rickshaw. It is a tricycle with a seat for the passengers. It has also a seat for the driver. It has also a mouldable shed for the passengers to give protection from the direct contact of sun-rays as well as from rain. The frame of the rickshaw rests on the well-arranged wheels. It is driven by the paddles. It is a slow-moving means of road transportation. The Zig-zag flow of rickshaws on the road creates traffic-jam and thus restricts motion. Thus wastes of time take place. As it doesn't require fuel, it doesn't create any environmental pollution. It is found only in Bangladesh and West Bengal in India. In the age of science and technology almost whole the world is advancing forward to keep place with time. European countries are trying to generate more speed. But we are still moving by rickshaw. This is very unfortunate and restriction for rapid development. We should try to find out the alternative of the rickshaw.

Paragraph - 88

Television

Television is a great bone of modern science. It is very popular with all. It is a source of entertainment. It is the most up to date means of communication. A, as well as a grownup adult, can see and hear programs on scientific and technological subjects. People enjoy various programs on sports and games, cultural activities etc. It is a powerful medium of mass education and valuable addition to the art of teaching. Television broadcasts program with a view to educating people on hygiene, agriculture, food, environment and other aspects of life. So, Television is used not only for recreation but also for education. It has disadvantages too. It may draw school children away from their books and exciting scenes in the film may make them unsocial. Guardians should take care of it.

Paragraph - 89

Village Life and City Life

or, City Life and Country Life

Bangladesh is mainly a rural country. It gives us the close contact of nature and refreshes us with fresh air. The natural beauties of villages, with the clear blue sky, vast green fields, flowing rivers, orchards, flowing boats on the rivers, fishing and singing pure and fresh foods, the simplest lives of the villagers at a low-cost make us weak for the attraction of village life. But village life is detached from the gifts of modern science. This results in the sufferings of the villagers. They cannot meet even the bare necessities of life like food shelter, clothes, health, and education. Lives there become gradually backward, dull and monotonous. On the other hand life in town is quite different from that in a village in our country. Compare to village life, it is full of vitality, progress, and enlightments. An atmosphere of noise and bustle and an air of haste and unrest with pollutions are part and parcel of the city life. A city is overcrowded and life is very costly here. The city dwellers suffer for want of fresh air and them long to run back to the lap of nature. In spite of these ugly features, life in a city has its charms also.

Paragraph - 90

Food

Everybody wants to live a healthy and happy life what we must eat to live is food. We must eat balanced food to preserve our health. Balanced food means the food containing the right kinds of food in the right quantities. The food we eat is divided into three main classes according to their functions. They are carbohydrate, protein and vitamin and mineral salts. We get carbohydrate from rice, bread, potato, sweet potato, molasses etc. fat from butter, oil ghee etc. and protein from milk, meat, fish, bean, dal etc. Carbohydrate gives us heat and energy and keeps us strong and healthy Fat prevent our body from decay, Protein builds our body. We also get vitamin and mineral salts to form leafy vegetables, fruits, eggs, and milk. Vitamin and mineral salts keep our body fit and keep away diseases. Water helps to digest our food, regulates the heat of our body and keeps us healthy. We must eat to live but it is not always essential that we are to eat expensive food. Expensive food does not indicate that it is rich in food value. Cheap food like guava, dal, potato, vegetables, small fish is rich in food value. Guava, pineapple, orange, grape, , and lemon are the major sources of vitamin ‘C’ which keeps our teeth strong and prevents cancer of our stomach. We get vitamin ‘A’ from bindweed, Papua, carrot, small fish etc. which prevents cancer and good for our eyesight.

No comments