Class 6: English 2nd Paper

Too Much or Too Little Water
Lesson : 33

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Sometimes it rains so heavily that floods occur. Because of heavy rainfall, river water bursts out of its banks and floods vast areas of land, towns and villages.


Sometimes, we really are short of water. This can happen if there is no rainfall for a long period of time. Sometimes, rivers dry up, or the water level underground may sink very low. If there is too little water, that causes a lot of suffering to the people.


Word Meaning (শব্দার্থ):
Heavily – প্রচন্ড, প্রচুর
Flood – বন্যা
Bank – নদীর তীর
Vast – বিশাল, বিস্তীর্ণ
Really – প্রকৃতপক্ষে
Short – ঘাটতি
Happen – ঘটা
Rainfall – বৃষ্টিপাত
Dry – শুষ্ক, জলশূণ্য
Underground – পাতাল, ভূগর্ভ
Cause – কারণ
Suffering – পূর্বে