- People in general think that being teacher is suitable for those who _______.
- Who lives in a slum?
Now read the following text and answer questions 5-7:
Animesh : So you mean learning from each other?
Swati : There is no magic behind. I just worked hard. I followed our teachers’ advice, ‘The more you read, the more you learn’. I’m grateful to my teachers and parents for guiding me properly.
Animesh : Well Swati, we are really so proud of you for your brilliant performance in the JSC exams. Please tell us how you could achieve this success.
Swati : Ohh….and I’m grateful to my school and friends too.
Animesh : That’s great!
Swati : In my school, we had a nice study group. Whenever we had any
problem, we discussed that in our group first. We tried to help each other. And it worked a lot. Never forget, two heads are better than one.
Animesh : I understand why you are grateful to your school but would you explain how you are grateful to your friends, please?
Swati : Exactly that!
Animesh : By the way, Swati, what are your future dreams?
Swati : To keep up the success in next exams and make my dreams come true. I want to be a scientist. Since my childhood I’ve known that many people in Bangladesh are under arsenic threat. They are taking arsenic directly from their drinking water and indirectly from the crops and vegetables they eat. It’s a kind of slow poisoning. People are helpless. They are suffering from many kinds of diseases. Therefore, I have a dream to carry out a research on how to get rid of this problem, using our own resources and expertise.
Animesh : Wish you luck.
Who thinks that “Two heads are better than one”?
- Amitabho Kar wants to be a ______.
- What has Moitry Mutsuddi decided to be?
- Swati has a dream-
- People can consume arsenic-
Read the text below and answer the questions 1-4:
Hi, I'm Moitry Mutsuddi. My father is a freedom fighter and my mom is a teacher. They both dream for a golden Bangladesh and inspire me to do something significant, something positive for the country. Often I think what to do to fulfil their expectations in future. Finally I've decided to be a politician and work for my motherland. How is it?
Hello! I'm Mofakkhar Hasan. I live in a slum with my parents and sisters. I know how cruel poverty can be! My heart bleeds to see the poor, suffering people in my slum. After I have finished my education, I'll be a social worker to fight against social injustice and poverty. "Change is the word I believe in to make Bangladesh a golden Bengal”
I'm Amitabho Kar. When I say to my friends that I would like to be a space traveller, they laugh. But I really want to be that. If people from other countries can win the moon, and roam in the space, why not we? To be honest, I visualise that I'm stepping on the Mars from a space shuttle. Please wish for me so that my dream comes true.
My name is Ruth Antara Chowdhury. I believe that a society cannot be enlightened without proper education. Education lights the candle in people's heart. So I will be a teacher. Most of the times, people laugh at me and tell, 'You are a brilliant student. Why not be a doctor or an engineer?' I tell them, 'I want to be a teacher as I'm brilliant'
Moitry Mutsuddi’s father is a _______.