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Your Class Teacher

Mr Rahman is our class teacher. He comes to our class in the first period, record attendance and maintains accounts. He teaches us English. He is the guide of the class. This is not all about Mr Rahman. Mr Rahman is very resourceful teacher. He is a teacher to be followed by all. He is well dressed, smart, punctual, hardworking, sincere and regular. Mr Rahman never asks us to be silent or to be attentive. For as soon as he enters the class, we greet him noisily and there is complete silence. He keeps the class spell-bound by his wonderful method of teaching. He is never dull or monotonous. He knows how to break the monotony. We are very lucky to have such a class teacher as Mr Rahman.

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A Village Doctor

In a village of Bangladesh, a village doctor is a man of importance. He does not receive any medical degree from a medical college. He only undergoes a few years of training under a medical practitioner. Then he starts his independent practice. He has his dispensary either in his village home or in a village market. He has no adequate furniture in his dispensary. He sits on an old chair with an old table before him. He has one or two almirahs in his dispensary. He has not a large stock of medicines. Only the cheap and common medicines are available in his dispensary. He has no ample knowledge of prescribing medicines. But the villagers depend on him for their medical aid.

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A Farmer

A farmer has to work all day long. He tills the land and makes it ready for sowing seeds of different crops. He pulls out the weeds from the land under crops so that the plants may get food and grow rapidly. He has some times to be so busy with his work that on many occasions he cannot leave his work for going home to have his meals. At such times he has his meals, brought from home, in the field so that he may attend to his work without any break. His life is a tale of hardship. He is simple in his habits. There was a time when his economic condition was better than what it is now. He lived happily and peacefully. Now he leads a poor life. 

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A Flood 

A flood is a devastating natural calamity. Heavy rainfall causes this serious monster. The flood happened all over the country causing irreparable damages of standing crops, houses, cattle and untold sufferings of men and women. People of all classes experienced this devastating flood. The flood in a dangerous form occurred in the whole county. Many people became homeless, shelterless, foodless and helpless. They also mounted the high lands climbed the tree and the roofs of building as well taking them to be safer places. The Govt. and N.G.O.s also took direct steps to fight with this natural calamity. Food, clothes, medicine and shelters were provided to the flood victims to ensure their safety. The result of the flood is really adverse. It takes a long time to make up the loss caused by flood.

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Price Hike

Price-hike is a serious bane on the economy of Bangladesh at present. The vast majority of the consumers are very badly affected by continual hike in prices of the daily necessaries. Price-hike is caused by short supply of commodities or by syndicate. The price-hike that results from short supply of commodities is temporary. The prices come down if their supply is increased. But the price-hick caused by syndicate cannot be controlled by easy efforts. Whatever may be the cause, price-hick brings about a lot of hardship and suffering to the lower income-class people. They find it difficult to make their both ends meet. They have to go without many things that are necessary to lead a tolerable life. The poorer sections of the people are the hardest hit. Price-hike leads to widespread corruption and moral degradation. It can be controlled by co-ordinated effects of the government especially the law enforcing agencies and the businessmen.

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