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Dakhil English 1st & 2nd Papers suggestion 2024

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English First Paper-2024

        Marks Distribution for Dakhil Examination – 2024


(Full Marks : 100)

Textbook: English for Today for classes IX-X, NCTB, Dhaka.

Subject Code:136

A.Reading test (for text materials)-50 marks

♦ Seen Part: 2 texts will be used separately

• Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)…………………………………………..07

• Answering questions (open-ended and close-ended)…………………10

• Gap filling without clues………………………………………………………..05

♦ Unseen Part

• Information transfer……………………………………………………………..05

• Summarizing………………………………………………………………………..10

(One Unseen passage/text will be used to develop test items for information transfer and summary writing)

• Matching…………………………………………………………………………….. 05

• Re-arranging ……………………………………………………………………….08

♦ Writing test-50 marks

• Writing paragraph by answering questions ……………………………..10

• Completing story ………………………………………………………………….10

• Describing graphs/charts ………………………………………………………10

• Writing informal letters/E-mails ……………………………………………10

•Dialogue writing …………………………………………………………………..10

Total Marks…………………………………………………………………… = 100


Reading Test:……………………………………………… .50 Marks

Question No.1-2………………………………….Marks 7 + 10 = 17

এ অংশ থেকে পরীক্ষায় দুটি প্রশ্ন থাকবে। দুটি প্রশ্নেরই উত্তর দিতে হবে-

Question No. 1. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)…………..1 * 7 = 7

Question No. 2. Answering questions (Open-ended and close-ended)………………………………………………………………………….2 * 5 = 10

Seen Part

01.  [Unit-1 : Lesson-1(B)] • It was the night of 25th March, 1971…………….  moment would arrive and how.
02. [Unit-1 : Lesson-2(B)] • Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman……………  be trialled by his government.
03. [Unit-1 : Lesson-2(E)] • Bangabandhu left London for Dhaka……………  course of the War of Liberation.
04. [Unit-1 : Lesson-3 (B)] • Bangabandhu’s speech at the United……………  nearly five decades ago.
05. [Unit-2 : Lesson-1(G)] • Hi, I’m Shyam. I’m from Magura…………….  will be my most favourite pastime.
06. [Unit-3 : Lesson-2] • May Day or International Workers’…………… pay and better lives.
07. [Unit-3 : Lesson-3] • 21 February is a memorable day……………  movement of Bangladesh.
08. [Unit-3 : Lesson-4] • 21 February is observed …………… diversity and multilingualism.
09. [Unit-3 : Lesson-5] • 26 March, our Independence Day,……………  in other places in the country.
10. [Unit-3 : Lesson-6] • ‘Pahela Boishakh’ is the first day……………  unity for the whole nation.
11. [Unit-4 : Lesson-5] • “Today there are many jobs where……………  we’ll see how we can learn English.”
12. [Unit-5 : Lesson-1] • Meherjan lives in a slum on……………  and villages every year.
13. [Unit-5 : Lesson-3] • Humans can neither change the sun’s……………  carbon dioxide when we clear forests.
14. [Unit-5 : Lesson-4] • Fish population is in serious danger……………  will suffer from hunger and poverty.
15. [Unit-6 : Lesson-3] • The Republic of Maldives is an……………  to cut their carbon emissions.
16. [Unit-7 : Lesson-1] • Zainul Abedin (29 December, 1914 – 28……………  away on 28 May, 1976 in Dhaka.
17. [Unit-7 : Lesson-6] • Mother Teresa was moved by the……………  saintly smile, lives on in our mind.
18. [Unit-7 : Lesson-7] • Steven Paul Jobs (24 February 1955-5……………  in 2006, when Disney acquired Pixar.
19. [Unit-8 : Lesson-1] • ‘Heritage’ is what we inherit……………  beauties of Bangladesh.
20. [Unit-10 : Lesson-3] • Pritilata Waddedar was born in……………  couldn’t see it during her lifetime.
21. [Unit-10 : Lesson-4] • Zahir Raihan was one of the most talented……………  live to see his dream come true.
22. [Unit-11 : Lesson-1(B)] • In a speech at the 90th Science Congress,……………  of mankind in the 21st century.
23. [Unit-11 : Lesson-2] • Countries of the world rely heavily……………  can be used as energy source too.
24. [Unit-12 : Lesson-2(D)] • Mainul Islam is a qualified……………  respectful of their roots.
25. [Unit-13 : Lesson-2(B)] • The Internet technology has helped design……………  be shared with others.
26. [Unit-13 : Lesson-3] • Can you think of a classroom where there……………  Let’s keep our fingers crossed.


Question No.03……………………………………….Marks 1*5 = 5

Second Seen Passage…………………………………………………5

এ অংশ থেকে পরীক্ষায় ১টি প্রশ্ন থাকবে। ১টি প্রশ্নেরই উত্তর দিতে হবে।

Question No. 3. Gap filling without clues………………………..1 * 5 = 5

01. [Unit-1 : Lesson-1] * It was the night of 25th March, 1971…………… Fazilatunnesa Mujib, stayed with him.
02. [Unit-1 : Lesson-1] * Begum Mujib was extremely worried……………  moment would arrive and how.
03. [Unit-1; Lesson-2(B)] * Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman……………  was finally behind him.
04. [Unit-1; Lesson-2(B)] * Early in the morning on 8 January……………  would be trialled by his government.
05. [Unit-1 : Lesson-2(E)] * Bangabandhu left London for Dhaka on……………  He headed for the Race Course.
06. [Unit–3; Lesson–6(B)] * ‘Pahela Boishakh’ is the first day of Bangla……………  irrespective of caste and creed.
07. [Unit–3; Lesson–3(B)] * 21 February is a memorable day in our……………  diversity and multilingualism.
08. [Unit–3; Lesson–4(B)] * 21 February has been observed as …………… and cultural diversity and multilingualism.
09. [Unit–3; Lesson–5(B)] * 26 March, our Independence Day,……………  other places in the country.
10. [Unit–5; Lesson–1(A)] * Meherjan lives in a slum on the……………  villages every year.
11. [Unit–5; Lesson–3(A)] * Humans can neither change the sun’s……………  dioxide when we clear forests.
12. [Unit-7 : Lesson-1] * Zainul Abedin (29 December, 1914 – 28 …………… to create his own visual style.
13. [Unit–7; Lesson–6(B)] * Mother Teresa was moved by the presence……………  of creed, caste and religion.
14. [Unit–7; Lesson–7(B)] * Steven Paul Jobs (24 February 1955……………  anytime became a reality.
15. [Unit–8; Lesson–1(B)] * ‘Heritage’ is what we inherit from the……………  architectural beauties of Bangladesh.
16. [Unit–10; Lesson–3(B)] * Pritilata Waddedar was born in Chattogram……………  during her lifetime.
17. [Unit–10; Lesson–4(B)] * Zahir Raihan was one of the most……………  a time when his dream came true.
18. [Unit–11; Lesson–2(B)] * Countries of the world rely heavily on petroleum,……………  as hydroelectric energy.
19. [Unit–12; Lesson–1(B)] * Eid is the main religious festival of the……………  makes them feel empty and lost.
20. [Unit–12; Lesson–2(D)] * Mainul Islam is a qualified farmer in …………… We are sons of this soil”.
21. [Unit–12; Lesson–3(A)] * Michael Madhusudan Dutt was a……………  Bangla epic Meghnad Badh Kabya.


Question No.4-5 ………………………………….Marks 5+10 = 15

Unseen Passage: এ অংশ থেকে পরীক্ষায় ২টি প্রশ্ন থাকবে। ২টি প্রশ্নেরই উত্তর দিতে হবে।

Question No. 4. Information transfer …………………………….1 * 5 = 5

Question No. 5. Summarizing………………………………………………. 10

1.Humayun Ahmed was a teacher,……………. He was buried in ‘Nuhash Palli’.
2.Humayun was the eldest son of Babar……………. and festivities at Agra and Delhi.
3.Zahir Raihan was one of the most talented film…………… at such a time when his dream came true.
4. Interpol is the International Criminal Police…………… was given a new constitution.
5. The Solar System is made up of all the…………… than Uranus. It has 14 satellites.
6. The environment is polluted mainly by four…………… wastes, we can prevent odour pollution.
7. Rabindranath Tagore was one of the most…………… Rabindranath Tagore breathed his last.
8. The great ship Titanic sailed for New York from…………… compartments had already been flooded.
9. Stephen Hawking is considered the greatest…………… until his death on 14 March, 2018.
10. A freedom fighter is honoured in all lands…………… ever cherish the memory of the valorous sons.
11. Socrates was born of poor working class parents…………… to build up his ideas on a surer foundation.
12. Hazrat Muhammad (Sm) is the greatest…………… even today. Here lies the success of his teaching.
13. Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in…………… published ‘The World I Live In’ in 1908.
14. Bangladesh is an independent country……………. the 16th December is our Victory Day.
15. Charles Babbage was an English mathematician……………. home in London on 18 October 1871.
16. Dr. Muhammad Qudrat – E – Khuda was born in …………… and ‘Swadhinata Dibas Puraskar’ in 1984.
17. It was Autumn. August 26, 1910, a little…………… among the poor in the slums of Kolkata.
18. Albert Einstein, one of the greatest scientists…………… Roosevelt to use atomic energy bombs.
19. Begum Rokeya was born in 1880 at Pairabond,…………… death, the country plunged into a deep grief.
20. Begum Sufia Kamal, poet, litterateur, social activist,…………… died in Dhaka on 20th November 1999.
21. Florence Nightingale was born in Florence,…………… Lady with the Lamp for serving the humanity.
22. Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk…………… He died on August 25, 2012.
23. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the…………… both of them were given honour of world hero.
24. Cricket is one of the most popular games. ……………won the trophy. It was the 6th World Cup Cricket.
25. Dengue fever is a virus fever. No other ……………stagnant water for prevention of this disease.
26. The Padma Multipurpose Bridge is going ……………and harmonious development of the country.
27. COVID-19 caused by Novel Corona Virus,…………… countries have been vaccinated worldwide.
28. Galileo was born in 1564 at Pisa in Italy……………. died at the age of seventy seven in 1642.
29. In 1880 Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani was…………… aged 96, and was buried at Santosh, Tangail.
30. Global warming is the rise in the average…………… 2060 if global warming is not controlled.
31. Abul Qasem Fazlul Haq was born in 1872…………… the President of the All Indian Muslim League.
32. The Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Empire State…………… million people visit the Tower annually.
33. May Day is an international holiday of working…………… march on the path of progress and happiness.
34. Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world…………… the tomb of lltutmish and an Iron Pillar.
35. Dhaka is a very ancient and historical city……………. the way for our war of liberation in 1971.
36. Kazi Nazrul Islam is the National Poet of……………. moved to Dhaka in 1972, where he died in 1976.
37. Electronic mail, most commonly referred to as…………… the more specific meaning it has today.
38. Sheikh Mohammad Sultan or S.M. Sultan…………… also always remembered in the fields of art.

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