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My Daily Life

My daily life is set within a routine. I get up from bed early in the morning. After easing and cleaning myself, I go to the mosque for saying my morning prayer. Therefore I go out for a walk. Having returned, I set about my studies and do my lessons up to 8.30. Then I take my breakfast and do my home task. I bathe and take my meal at around ten and get ready to attend college. I enter my classes punctually and listen to the lectures with patience and interest. I came back from college at around four o’clock. I change and wash and eat whatever mother gives me to eat. Then I go to the playground and play with my friends. Coming back at sun-down and saying my evening prayer, I sit down to read. At 9 p.m. I take my supper and watch T.V. with my parents and brothers and sisters. I go to bed around ten o’clock after saying my night prayer. I am happy about the way I spend my daily life.

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I am a student. So I am to live my life according to routine. Study is my main occupation. I make my lessons at home and attend to my class tasks at school. In my class, I sit on the first bench and listen to what my teachers say. In the afternoon I go to the playground and play with the boys of my age. I return home before sunset. I never stay in the playground after dusk. Then I have a wash and go to my reading room. I make my lessons till 10 p.m. Then I have my supper with my parents, brother and sister. I never keep late hours at night. At 11 p.m. I go to bed and sleep a sound sleep. Except for holidays, I pass my days in preparing my lessons, attending classes and taking part in games.

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My Family

The family in which I am born and brought up is my family. Family means a group of people consisting of parents and their children. My family consists of five members. I have one brother and one sister. I am the second son of my parents. My mother is the centre of our family. She prepares our meals and looks after our education. She helps my father in all matters. During our leisure period, she tells us stories. My father is a petty businessman in Dhaka city. Though we are not economically well off, we are not unhappy in our family life. The happy and peaceful atmosphere of our family exerts a great influence on my character. I love my family very dearly.

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My Neighbours

We do not have the freedom to choose our neighbours. Neighbours are neighbours whether we like them or not. This one’s neighbours may be good people. They may be very bad sorts as well. Our neighbours are very good people. We all live in amity, friendship, and harmony. Our neighbours co-operate with us in weal and woe. They follow the principle of mutual ‘give and take’. They have created in us a sense of security and confidence. We also make them feel that we would be available if and when the necessity arises. In fact, our neighbours are people on whom we can count for care, courage, and co-operation.

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Man is a social being. Man is by nature gregarious. He wishes to leave with companion. He can’t live alone. He lives at a particular place. Those people who live around my house are my neighbours. I have many many neighbours. They belong to different professions and callings. Some of them are service holders, some are traders, some are students and some re day-labourers. They also differ in their daily life, mode and standard of life. They are sociable, frank and well-behaved. But a few of them create din and bustle in our neighbourhood. They are disliked by me. My next-door neighbour is a young man who is thoroughly a care-free gentleman. Next lives an old man who is out and out a worldly man. Just by his side lives a mild-tempered gentleman. Therefore, there is a great variety in the nature of my neighbours. Neighbours add to our happiness in prosperity and lessen our sorrow in adversity. So it is our bounded responsibility to be friendly with our neighbours. Neighbours must be well treated and they should be assisted in times of need. Then we will have a good neighbourhood.

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My Best friend

A man may have a number of friends, but one among them may be the best. I have some intimate friends. Of them, Sajal is my best friend. He is a class-fellow of mine. We have been reading together for three years. Sajal possesses a good moral character. Rude behaviour s totally unknown to him. Being a good student, he is in the good book of our teachers. As he is sociable, everybody likes him. He is not only a good student but also a good cricketer. I am proud of his success in the field. To speak the truth, I like him too much and he also likes me from his heart. Actually, his noble mind and his good behaviour attract me to be his friend. Whenever I visit his house, I find that he is helping his younger brother and sisters in their lessons. I also discuss lessons with him. The most striking quality of his character is his honesty. And he never speaks ill of others. So, I chose Sajal among others, as my best friend who realizes me and understands me thoroughly.

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My Favourite Teacher

Or, My English Teacher
All my teachers are very good, but one of them is favourite for me. A good teacher is the most important person in any educational institution. An ideal teacher wins a place in the heart of a good student and gradually turns to be a model. Mr Anil is my favourite teacher. To me, he is an ideal teacher. He has left a permanent impression on my mind by his extraordinary qualities. I am fond of his striking personality and admirable teaching method. His teaching methods are students spell-bound. He teaches like a successful actor. Because of his vast knowledge, he deserves high estimation. He is awarded the best English Teacher Award in our district. He is very strict where there is any corruption. However, his character is well-marked for his outstanding magnanimity and equal justice to every student. I respect my favourite teacher and love him from the very core of my heart.

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Dr. Rahman, a man of strong principles, is my favourite English teacher. His attitude towards his students is positive. He has his own style of teaching which includes asking quiz-type questions so that everyone in the class remains attentive to his lecture. He is the person who knows how to make the class interactive through a kind of pair work and group work. This kind of communicative language teaching (CLT) is always liked by the students because it directly helps them to learn a language practically. I think that the students will be able to talk in English fluently if they can follow his CLT process of learning English. This great guide does not impose his opinions on the students, rather shares his views with them. Actually, his class is a place of open discussion. All the students of the class admire him for his lucid language and friendly behaviour. We like this nobleman for his nice personality and honest tendence of making the students self-confident. HE always says, “Honesty is the best policy”. He frequently quotes from Socrates, “Know thyself.” We do not find any negative qualities in our teacher. We have learned something special what we expected from him. We are very proud of him.

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