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Mango

or, The King of Fruits

The mango is called the king of fruits. Bangladesh is rich with a variety of fruits. The mango occupies the first position. There are many varieties of mangoes. They are Fazli, Gopalbhog, Mohanbhog, Langra etc. They are famous for sweetness, flavour, and taste. The mangoes of Rajshahi, Dinajpur, and Bogra are famous for their exceptional sweetness. At the end of January or early in February, the mango trees put forth blossoms. Small yellowish blossoms appear on every twig. They develop into fruits. Gradually they grow in size till they ripen in summer. Both green and ripe mangoes are rich in vitamins. Various kinds of tonic, jams and jellies are made from the juice of mangoes. Seasoned pickle is also made from mangoes. I like the mango very much.

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My Parents

My parents are like the average parents belonging to the poor middle-class society. My father is a petty government employee and my mother is a house-wife. My father is the only earning member. My mother manages the affairs of our family very well with his relatively meager income. Both my father and mother are very pious. They want us, their three children, also to become religious. My father has no bad habit like even smoking. He is always at work and does not waste his time. My mother performs the entire volume of house-hold work all by herself. Besides, she takes care of our education very wisely and diligently. If we fall ill, they become terribly upset and spare no pairs for our early recovery. If we lag behind in our studies, they get awfully concerned and do the needful as they deem proper. They are very prudent and affectionate parents. We are very fond of our parents- we are highly proud of them.

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Making Good Friends

Making good friends needs a great deal of care and wisdom. Man cannot live alone. His life becomes dull and painful if there is none to feel for him in weal and woe. So making good friends is essential. Friendship is a great social virtue. A good friend is better than wealth and reputation. True friendship is very rare in this world. A friend in a need is a friend indeed. A true friend will stand by us in weal and woe. Boyhood and youth are suitable periods for sowing the seeds of friendship. It is not easy to make good friends. The first thing necessary is to have a trustful nature. Confidence alone begets confidence. Secrecy is the poison that always destroys a friendship. Moreover, one must be tolerant and forbearing. If making good friends is a science, to maintain it is an art. One must not be too exacting. Having won a friend, one must nurture him with love and affection. Making good friends is necessary and have great influence on character. Good friends are always ready to share the joys of prosperity and the pains of adversity. Good friends are not summer birds who fly away in the frosty days of winter. They are not flatterers. They are always sincere well-wishers of their friends and never sweet-mouthed sycophant. Good friends make us happy but a bad one will lead us to hell. There is a proverb, “A man is known by the company he keeps.” So we should avoid the company of bad friends and make friends with good care.

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My Favourite Game

Cricket is my favourite game. It is an outdoor game. It is an interesting game. The game is played between two teams. Each team consists of eleven players. A cricket field must be spacious. It must have a turf. Two wooden bats, a ball and two sets of stumps are also needed. Generally, the duration of a cricket match is 100 overs with tea-break. Two umpires conduct the game. Sometimes, a third umpire is required to solve acute confusion. Each over consists of six balls. Before the beginning of the game, a toss is held between two captains to specify ‘Fielding group’ and ‘Batting group’. The bowler starts bowling. He tries his level best to out the batsman. The batsman tries to save himself and to make a good score. The batsman may be out in many ways such as ‘bowled out’, ‘run out’, ‘stumped out’, ‘caught out’ etc. Taking the opportunity, the batsman hits the ball away at a good distance and runs to the opposite wicket. The batsman at the other wicket runs to his place. Thus one run is scored. If the ball crosses the boundary line, four runs are made. And if it flies over the boundary line, six runs are made. If any batsman is out, he leaves the place. Another batsman comes to his place. After an interval, the fielding group comes to bat and the batting party goes to field. Both teams try heart and soul to out all batsman of the opposite team. The party which can score more runs wins the game. Cricket teaches patience, obedience, manliness, co-operation, promptness and lessons of teamwork. It makes the player active and laborious. It entertains and excites the spectators. For these various reasons, cricket is my favourite game.

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My Favourite Newspaper

My favourite newspaper is ‘The Daily Ittefaq’. In my opinion, it is a store-house of knowledge. It supplies us all sorts of news. It brings the world to our door. From ‘The Daily Ittefaq’ we get all kinds of information about home and abroad. It includes violence, trafficking, the latest political movement, changes in the govt., sports film reviews, trade, commerce and share market report, latest scientific invention, various advertisements, tender notice etc. It develops the knowledge of the readers. The readers also express their views through letters. ‘The Daily Ittefaq’ is playing a very important role in the development of Bangladesh. It is serving us in many ways. It is giving its finest efforts in this regard. On account of the above reasons, ‘The Daily Ittefaq’ is my favourite newspaper.

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