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Paragraph - 101

Water

Water is a liquid substance. It has three states such as liquid-solid and gas. It is the principal constituent of all living things it is also a key factor in air-conditioning the earth for human existence (অস্তিত্ব) Man uses water for various purposes, such as for drinking, bathing, washing, laundering. Cooking, fishing, swimming etc. Water is also used for agriculture, industrial processes, such as for drinkings, bathing, washing, laundering, cooking, fishing, swimming etc. Water is also used for agriculture, industrial processes, for fire protection and for fish and wild lives propagation The larger the quantity and the better the quality of water the more rapid and extension has been the advance of public health. We get water from oceans, rivers, lakes etc. Polluted water may Contain impurities and pathogens. This polluted water plays an important role in the spread of water-borne (পানিবাহিত) diseases. This is why pure water is needed. Pure water means water safe to drink, pleasant to taste and suitable for domestic uses Rivers and tanks water is polluted and tube-well water is pure.

Paragraph - 102

A Stormy Night

A stormy night is a fearful night. If the wind blows violently, it becomes a storm. It lashes tremendously everything that lies on its way. It breaks and sweeps away things with a strong force. Thus it causes terrible havoc. When it occurs in the dark of the night, it seems all the more terrible. Thick clouds cover the whole sky. Deep darkness envelops the environment. Rains pour torrentially. Sometimes it drizzles also. Peals of thunder together with flashes of lightning seize the people with fright and dread. They feel helpless and utter prayers to God to stop the scourge. Now and then there may be a state of lull. But this is followed by blasts of a greater force. Eventually, they blow off the roofs of houses, uproot the trees and plants, sweep away the mutilated corrugated tins and broken branches of trees. People raise a hue and cry. Their shouts and shrieks frighten the others. When, at last, the storm abates, the people come out with hurricane lanterns or fagot torches to see the havoc. They exchange information about the locality and start relieving operations. They remove from their yards and paths the fallen banana trees, broken branches, and other objects and gather their damaged materials. A stormy night is, therefore, an accursed night of fear and destruction.

Paragraph - 103

Annual Sports of Your College

On the 10th of February last, we had the Annual Sports Day at our college. On that day we tastefully decorated the college and put up a beautiful dais on the sports ground in front. On both sides of the dais sitting arrangement was made for the spectators under colourful canopies. The chief guest, the Deputy Commissioner, arrived on time and hoisted the national flag just at 9 a.m. The next attraction was the ‘March Past’ of the competitors. After the march past, the chief guest declared the sports open. There were 20 items which were taken up according to the printed program. All the items were very hotly contested. At the end of every item, the names of the winners were announced over the microphone and they stood upon the victory stand. In between the events fine cassettes were played and the whole environment was festive and jovial. When the items were over, the chief guest distributed the prizes. Then after a few short speeches, the function was declared over.

Paragraph - 104

A Street Quarrel

At times we find people quarrelling on the streets. These may be called street quarrels. A street quarrel usually occurs at a street corner or at the front of a shop. It takes place between a driver and his passenger, or a shopkeeper and his customer or between two passers-by. It originates from a controversy over a fare, or a bargain or damage caused to property. The controversy leads to accusation, exchange of abusive words, dealing blows and use of fists, kicks, sticks, and brickbats. Passengers gather and form a crowd. Some of them try to pacify the quarrelling parties. Meanwhile, the police come and disperse the crowd.

Paragraph - 105

A Winter Morning

Or, A Foggy Winter Morning

A winter morning is cold and dismal and is covered with mist. Everything seems hazy. One can hardly see and identify things at a distance. The grasses below are wet with dew and sparkle like pearls in the sunbeams. People in warm clothes to keep themselves warm look strange. The old people shiver in cold. People gather straw and make fires at different places to bask in the heat. Then the sun peeps over the eastern horizon and starts rising. Nature takes on a charming aspect. The touch of the sun-rays makes the birds and beasts quite happy. Farmers go to the fields and begin their day’s work. With the advancing sun, people shirk off the feeling of cold and set about their usual course of work. Then the scene of mist and fog disappears and the sunny morning paves the way for man’s daily duties.

Same paragraph collected from another book

Winter is the season of cold. The cold is biting in the morning. So many people do not like to get up early in the morning. They keep within doors till the sun rays enter into their rooms. The early-risers put on warm wrapper to keep off the cold. Yet they shiver from head to foot. Some of them make fires and sit around them to warm their bodies. A foggy winter morning is disliked by all. Grass remains hidden with dense fog. In a clear and fine winter morning dew-drops glitter in the sun. A cup of hot tea is very enjoyable and refreshing in a winter morning.

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