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Dakhil Exam English First Paper (Re-arranging)-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

Question No.07 ……………………………………..Marks 1×8 = 8

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

1.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He also believed that the west would be more receptive to his creative genius.
  2. He was born in Sagordari on the bank of the Kopotaksho River.
  3. Since his adolescence he started believing that he was born on the wrong side of the planet.
  4. The village is in Keshabpur Upazila under Jessore district.
  5. Michael Madhusudan Dutt was a celebrated poet and dramatist in Bengali Literature.
  6. From an early age, Dutt aspired to be an Englishman in form and manner.
  7. In his childhood, he was recognised by his teachers as a precious child with a gift of literary talent.
  8. Though he was born in a sophisticated Hindu family, he was converted to Christianity.

2.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. So, you need a common language that you can use with more or less, all the people in the world.
  2. We can talk to a person thousand kilometers away on the phone or the internet.
  3. English has made this communication easier.
  4. Today there are many jobs where you need English.
  5. So, we can communicate with the whole world easily.
  6. This is because the world has beccome smaller.
  7. There are many countries in the world with many languages, but to communicate with them, you cannot speak all the languages.
  8. Vast distances are shortened by speedy transport.

3.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. It was a gift for the Americans on the occasion of hundred years of the American Declaration of Independence.
  2. The statue was sent to New York on board the French warship ‘Isere’ in 1885 into 350 individual pieces and in 214 crates.
  3. Thousands of people saw the unveiling ceremony of the Statue of Liberty on October 28th 1886.
  4. The French Sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi designed the Statue of Liberty.
  5. The French people built the statue and assembled it in the states.
  6. It was completed in the form of a sculpture within 1876.
  7. It took four months to put the statue together and place it on the pedestal.
  8. The Americans built the pedestal for the statue.

4.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. But Fazlul Huq was a man of very independent character, so he resigned his post in 1911 and started legal practice.
  2. Fazlul Huq attracted the attention of B.F. Fuller, the then Governor of East Bengal who appointed him a Deputy Magistrate.
  3. In 1897, he passed BL examination with distinction and began his independent legal practice at Kolkata High Court.
  4. Sher-e-Bangla A.K. Fazlul Huq was born in 1872 at Saturia, Barisal.
  5. The next year he was appointed lecturer and examiner of M.A. in Mathematics in Kolkata University.
  6. He received his primary education there and then entered Barisal Zilla School.
  7. At the age of 21, he passed the B.Sc. examination from Presidency College Kolkata and M.Sc. degree in Mathematics in 1895.
  8. He passed the Entrance Examination standing first in Dhaka Division.

5.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He was born on 19 August 1935 in the village Majupur in Feni District.
  2. Zahir Raihan was one of the most talented film makers in Bangladesh.
  3. He was one of the ten students to go out in a procession on 21, 1952.
  4. He also took part in the mass movement in 1969.
  5. Zahir was also present at the historical meeting of Amtala on February 21, 1952.
  6. In 1971, he joined the Liberation War.
  7. As a result, he and many others were arrested and taken to prison.
  8. He was an active worker of the Language movement.

6.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He entered the kingdom of the prince and captured a large village that was situated far away from
    the capital.
  2. Taimur disguised himself as a poor traveller.
  3. Taimur was one of the greatest conquerors of the world.
  4. The prince heard the news and came with a large army.
  5. Thus he saved his life.
  6. Taimur’s soldiers were killed.
  7. His soldiers surrounded the village on all sides and a terrible battle took place.
  8. Once he attacked the province of a powerful prince.

7.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. The king was charmed by the words of the small boy.
  2. Then the boy was very happy to meet his mother going to his country.
  3. One day he saw that an English boy was making a small boat.
  4. The king asked him why he was making such a small boat.
  5. He made all arrangement to send him to his country.
  6. Nepoleon, the king of France, was a great hero who won many battles and conquered many countries of Europe.
  7. The boy said, “I shall cross the sea by this boat.”
  8. “I want to go to my country because I didn’t see my mother for a long time”

8.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. They were waiting for the trial to begin.
  2. The Duke requested Shylock to be merciful and not to claim his pound of flesh.
  3. The Duke entered the courtroom, took his seat and the trial began.
  4. But Shylock would not listen to him.
  5. Bassanio offered him twice the amount of money that Shylock lent Antonio but Shylock did not accept it.
  6. When Bassanio reached Venice, Antonio was already in the court of justice.
  7. The Duke was extremely sorry that he could do nothing to help Antonio.
  8. The law was on Shylock’s side and the law must be abided.

9.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He was the king of England.
  2. On the other hand Richard led the Christian side.
  3. It was holy for the Christian too.
  4. Jerusalem was a holy city for the Muslims.
  5. Gazi Salauddin was a great leader.
  6. He was a great leader too.
  7. A crusade took place between the Muslims and the Christians.
  8. He led the Muslims.

10.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.                               

  1. He passed his boyhood with his parents.
  2. It was discovered by Alexander Fleming.
  3. He was the seventh of eight brothers and sisters.
  4. Penicillin is a life saving medicine.
  5. He was never absent from school up to the age of twelve.
  6. He was sent to London at the age of fourteen for higher study.
  7. Fleming was born in a poor family in London.
  8. Fleming was a very regular and attentive student.

11.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. The pioneer of Bangladeshi modern art Zainul Abedin is widely acclaimed for his Bengal ‘Famine Sketches’.
  2. He is considered the founding father of Bangladeshi art.
  3. He was an artist of outstanding talent and earned international reputation.
  4. For his artistic and visionary qualities, he is referred to as Shilpacharya.
  5. He was the first principal of the first art school in Dhaka in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).
  6. He organised the Nabanna (harvest) Exhibition in 1969.
  7. He designed the pages of Constitution of Bangladesh.
  8. Zainul was born in Kishoreganj on 29 December 1914 and died on 28 May 1976.

12.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. May Day is observed on May 1st all over the world today.
  2. It is a public holiday in almost all the countries of the world.
  3. The workers in mills and factories had been working a long shift, fourteen or even more hours a day.
  4. They urged the workers to stand together, to go on with their struggle and not to give in to their bosses.
  5. On May 1st in 1886, inspired by the Trade Unions, half of the workers at the McCormick Harvester Machine Company in Chicago went on strike demanding an eight-hour workday.
  6. Just at this moment some strike-breakers started leaving the meeting place.
  7. Two days later, a workers’ rally was held near The McCormick Harvester Machine Company and about 6000 workers had joined it.
  8. The rally was addressed by the labour leaders.

13.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. His name was Abu Bin Adhem.
  2. Abu then requested him to put his name in the list because he loved mankind and his fellow brother.
  3. The angel was writing the names of persons who loved god.
  4. Once upon a time there was an honest and pious man.
  5. He asked the angel if his name was there.
  6. He was once sleeping peacefully.
  7. In reply the angel said that his name was not there.
  8. Suddenly he woke up and saw an angel.

14.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.                               

  1. The merchant sold him to a rich man in another country.
  2. To escape torture, one day he fled from his master’s house.
  3. Once there lived a young man named Androcles.
  4. Unfortunately he was caught by a slave merchant.
  5. He took shelter in a cave.
  6. He used to inflict heavy torture on him.
  7. It was unbearable for him.
  8. The man was very rude and cruel.

15.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. As red as blood, as black as ebony.
  2. Once upon a time a queen sat sewing at a window.
  3. Soon afterwards the queen had a daughter called Snow White.
  4. And three drops of blood fell upon the snow.
  5. If only I had a child as white as snow.
  6. Snow was falling and some flakes landed on the window’s ebony frame.
  7. She said to herself.
  8. Suddenly, the queen pricked her finger with her needle.

16.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. And he took shelter in a remove cave.
  2. Then he saw a spider trying hard to reach the ceiling of the cave.
  3. Robert Bruce was a famous king.
  4. One day he was lying in the cave.
  5. The king fought bravely but lost the battle.
  6. The king was always in a gloomy state for his unhappy condition.
  7. Enemies invaded his kingdom.
  8. He had to flee from his kingdom to save his life.

17.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Socrates met his friends and disciples for the last time.
  2. Then there came a man with a cup in hand.
  3. With eyes full of tears, Socrates’ friends and disciples bade him a last farewell.
  4. He told them that the soul of man can not die.
  5. He argued with them about the immortality of the soul.
  6. At last, the hour of departure had arrived.
  7. At sunset, the Governor of the prison came.
  8. The cup contained hemlock, a very strong poison and Socrates took the cup in his hand and drank hemlock without any hesitation.

18.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He was fond of adventures, music and jatra party.
  2. He lost his father in his childhood.
  3. As a boy being restless and absent minded, he did not like the hard and fast rules of the school.
  4. Nazrul Islam was born on the 20th May, 1899 in Burdwan.
  5. He spent his early life in great hardship.
  6. One day this Dukhu Mia became a great poet.
  7. You will have heard the name of Kazi Nazrul Islam.
  8. So, he was called Dukhu Mia.

19.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Solomon was puzzled for a time.
  2. Everyone has heard the name of Solomon.
  3. Then Solomon chose the natural garland.
  4. She placed them before the king to take the natural one.
  5. Attracted by such reports, she came to test the king and brought with her two garlands of flowers- natural and another artificial.
  6. The bees came in and sat on the natural one.
  7. The queen was surprised and went away admiring the king’s wisdom.
  8. The queen of Sheba heard much about Solomon’s court and wisdom.

20.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. The Quran begins with this Sura.
  2. The verbatim meaning of ‘Fathiha’ is beginning or opening.
  3. We recite this Sura regularly to perform Namaz or Salat five times a day.
  4. So the name Fatiha or opening has been appropriate.
  5. But its significance is very deep.
  6. The oneness of Allah, worship of Him, obedience to Him …. All these, it bodes forth at the beginning and the purport of the entire Quran is embodied in it.
  7. The Sura itself is a small one. It has only seven aiats or verses.
  8. Its other name is ‘Ummul Quran’ or the mother of the Quran.

21.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. At the age of fifteen, he went to Kolkata.
  2. He drew a lot of pictures of famine during the Second World War in 1939.
  3. Zainul Abedin was born in 1914.
  4. He did not like the hard and fast rules of schools.
  5. He breathed his last on May 28, 1976.
  6. So he drew pictures secretly.
  7. In 1938, he became first class first in the Art College.
  8. At the age of nineteen, he got himself admitted into Kolkata Government Art College.

22.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Suddenly there was slight trembling sound from below.
  2. The noise had been so faint that no one thought that the ship had been damaged.
  3. At that time, however, she was not only the largest ship that had been ever built.
  4. She was carrying 1316 passengers and a crew of 891.
  5. She was regarded as unsinkable for she had sixteen water-tight compartments.
  6. After the alarm had been given, the great ship turned sharply to avoid a collision.
  7. Four days after setting out, while the Titanic was sailing across the icy-waters of the North Atlantic, a huge ice-berg was suddenly spotted by a look out.
  8. The great ship Titanic sailed for New York from Southampton on April 10, 1912.

23.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. He graduated from the govt. school of Art in Kolkata.
  2. He is recognised as the most famous painter of Bangladesh.
  3. Still now he is held in great respect as Shilpacharya in Bangladesh.
  4. He was also appointed as a teacher there.
  5. He died of lung cancer.
  6. Zainul Abedin was born in 1914 in Kishoregonj.
  7. He is highly admired for his Bengal “Famine Sketches”.
  8. He is also the pioneer of Bangladeshi modern art.

24.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. At the time of sending, his mother sewed forty gold coins in his shirt and advised him never to tell a lie.
  2. That time the roads were unsafe often gangs of robbers fell upon the travellers and plundered their belongings and money.
  3. He was born in Jilan in Iraq.
  4. His father died even before his birth.
  5. His mother decided to send him to Baghdad with a view to educating him there.
  6. Hazrat Abdul Quader was a famous religious figure in Islam.
  7. The boy left for Baghdad with a caravan of merchants, but on their way a gang of robbers fell upon them and looted their money.
  8. She was very pious and taught him many important religious things.

25.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. 21 February has been observed as Shaheed Dibosh every year, throughout the country in remembrance of the martyrs of Language Movement of 1952.
  2. The day is now annually observed worldwide to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.
  3. People wear black badges and go to the Shaheed Minar barefoot in procession, singing mourning songs.
  4. The occasion beings at the early hours of the day with mourning songs that recall the supreme sacrifices of our language martyrs.
  5. They also attend various programmes organized in remembrance of the language martyrs.
  6. They place wreaths at the Shaheed Minar.
  7. Many of them visit the graves of the martyrs at Azimpur graveyard and pray for them.
  8. The UNESCO on 17 November in 1999 proclaimed February 21 as the International Mother Language Day.

26.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. People from all walks of life also come there in rallies and processions.
  2. The day is celebrated every year in the country with great enthusiasm and fervour.
  3. It is a National Holiday.
  4. 26 March, our Independence Day, is the biggest state festival.
  5. All offices, educational institutions, shops and factories remain closed on this day.
  6. The educational institutions also organise their individual programmes.
  7. Early in the morning the President and the Prime Minister on behalf of the nation place floral wreaths at the National Mausoleum at Savar.
  8. The day begins with 31 gunshots.

27.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. The day is a public holiday.
  2. People wake up early in the morning, have a bath and wear their traditional clothes.
  3. It is a day when people love eating traditional food.
  4. On this day, the whole of Bangladesh is in a festive mood.
  5. The day inspires people to start life with renewed hopes and inspirations.
  6. ‘Pahela Boishakh’ is the first day of Bangla New Year.
  7. Every year the day is celebrated traditionally.
  8. This day has a special significance for us as it forms a part of Bangalee culture and tradition.

28.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. She was a meritorious student.
  2. Pritilata was born in Chattogram on 5 May 1911.
  3. The club was well-known for its notorious sign Dogs and Indians not allowed.
  4. Gradually she involved herself in Surya Sen’s armed resistance movement.
  5. In 1932, Surya Sen planned an attack on the Pahartali European Club.
  6. In her college days, Pritilata was an activist in the anti-British movement.
  7. She received combat training to fight against the British rule.
  8. She graduated in philosophy with distinction from Bathune College in Kolkata.

29.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Initially, it was meant only for men, but now it is open for the women too.
  2. The Modern Olympic Games began in 1896.
  3. As it was held in the temple of Mount Olympia, it was called Olympic Games.
  4. The first Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C.
  5. At that time Greece was divided into many city and states, which were always at war against one another.
  6. The games were held to create brotherhood among the warring states.
  7. But during the two world wars the games could not be held.
  8. After that, the games were held after every four years.

30.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Sher-e-Bangla Abul Kashem Fazlul Huq was born at Chakhar in Barishal in 1873.
  2. He passed The Entrance Examination in 1889 from Barishal Zilla School.
  3. He passed the B.A. in 1894 from the Presidency College, Kolkata.
  4. He passed the M.A. in Mathematics and obtained his degree in law in 1897.
  5. In 1900 Mr. Huq began to practice in The Kolkata High Court independently.
  6. In 1906, he was appointed a Deputy Magistrate, a very respected post, by Sir B.F. Fuller.
  7. This great man died on the 27th April, 1962 in Dhaka.
  8. In 1937, he became The Chief Minister of Bengal.

31.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. She asked Bayazid to give her a glass of water, but he could not find any water in the pitcher.
  2. Once Hazrat Bayazid Bustami came home to see his ailing mother.
  3. But she again fell asleep.
  4. So, he went to the well quite far from their house.
  5. She woke up some hours later.
  6. He filled the pitcher, came back and went to his mother with a glass of water.
  7. As he was still standing by her bed, his mother drank the glass of water and blessed him from the core of heart.
  8. He, instead of waking her up, stood by her bed with the glass of water in his hand.

32.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.                                

  1. One day, he became very hungry and could not get anything to eat.
  2. The food was very hot.
  3. He came to a house and asked an old woman to give him something to eat.
  4. As a result, he burnt his fingers.
  5. He hurriedly dug his fingers right at the middle of the dish.
  6. Then he disguised himself as a poor traveller and supported himself by begging.
  7. Once young Taimur attacked a province of a powerful prince but unfortunately his soldiers were all killed.
  8. The old woman fell pity for him and quickly gave Taimur a full dish of food.

33.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Hi, I’m Shyam. I’m from Magura.
  2. It’s a small town. I’m in grade 9 now in Chander Haat Bidyaloya.
  3. I love games and sports very much.
  4. Playing football in the nearest college ground is a passion for me.
  5. So I get up early in the morning and take a walk with my father almost every day.
  6. I like watching television too.
  7. At school, during break I play kabadi, gollachut, badminton, table tennis and carom.
  8. Sometimes I practise the high jump and the long jump outside the school campus.

34.  Re-arrange the following sentences according to sequence and rewrite them in a paragraph.

  1. Mother Teresa was moved by the presence of the sick and dying on the streets of Kolkata.
  2. They were lovingly looked after and cared for.
  3. Mother Teresa’s work has been recognised throughout the world and she has received a number of awards.
  4. Since then men, women and children have been taken from the streets and carried to Nirmol Hridoy.
  5. These unloved and uncared for people get an opportunity to die in an environment of kindness and love.
  6. She and her fellow nuns gathered the dying people off the streets of Kolkata and brought them to this home.
  7. In their last hours they get human and Divine love, and can feel they are also children of God.
  8. She founded the home for the dying destitute and named it ‘Nirmol Hridoy’ meaning ‘Pure Heart’.

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