Thursday, November 15, 2012

Paragraph ffor SSC Exam



A Fisherman

A man who leads his life by catching and selling fishes is known as fisherman. Generally he lives in the rural area near the rivers, the big canals, marshy lands and the seas. He is hard working and painstaking. He uses nets and boats in fishing. Some fishermen have nets but no boats. Some who have boats and nets employ the boat less ones and they work in a group. A fisherman is always at work. While at home he repairs his boats or nets and he paints his boats or dyes his nets. He catches fish in the seas, rivers, and bells. His women-folk make new nets; his children dry fishes in the sun and sell them in the market. He works hard all day and night. The life of a fisherman is very risky and challenging because there may have storms and cyclones at any time. Some fishermen go to fish at night; some go to fish in the deep water or in the sea from home for many days. When he catches a lot of fish, his joy knows no bounds. After all a fisherman does much good to us by supplying fishes. So, a fisherman plays an important role like a farmer. In spite of being hard working and playing an important role in the economic sector in our nation he is considered as a lower class people and he is not given no respect or honor.  Government should take some steps for the development of minimum standard of their livelihood and we should change our outlook towards them. They should be given much opportunity to lead a happy and comfortable life.
A Fisherman

A man who leads his life by catching and selling fishes is known as fisherman. Generally he lives in the rural area near the rivers, the big canals, marshy lands and the seas. He is hard working and painstaking. He uses nets and boats in fishing. Some fishermen have nets but no boats. Some who have boats and nets employ the boat less ones and they work in a group. A fisherman is always at work. While at home he repairs his boats or nets and he paints his boats or dyes his nets. He catches fish in the seas, rivers, and bells. His women-folk make new nets; his children dry fishes in the sun and sell them in the market. He works hard all day and night. The life of a fisherman is very risky and challenging because there may have storms and cyclones at any time. Some fishermen go to fish at night; some go to fish in the deep water or in the sea from home for many days. When he catches a lot of fish, his joy knows no bounds. After all a fisherman does much good to us by supplying fishes. So, a fisherman plays an important role like a farmer. In spite of being hard working and playing an important role in the economic sector in our nation he is considered as a lower class people and he is not given no respect or honor.  Government should take some steps for the development of minimum standard of their livelihood and we should change our outlook towards them. They should be given much opportunity to lead a happy and comfortable life.
BLACKSMITHS

Blacksmiths are the persons who create objects from iron or steel by forging the metal by using tools to hammer, bend and cut. They produce things, like wrought iron gates, grills, railings, light fixtures, furniture, sculpture, tools, agricultural implements, decorative and religious items, cooking utensils, horse shoes and weapons. Normally in a house or workshop blacksmiths do their job and the house is called smithy. There are hammers, forge and bellows in the smithy and also some other equipments. Sometimes there is a helper in a smithy to help the blacksmiths and for doing simple jobs. The blacksmiths are strong and physically fit. Inspite of working hard they lead a poor life and live under the poverty line. In all weather whether it is good or bad they are seen working. At the time of working they pull a small metal chain and when they pull it, the bellows blew. Then the iron or steel materials get heated and they strike the materials when they are hot. Gradually, they give them shape according to their reqire. Infact, the life of  the blacksmiths is full of sorrows  and sufferings. They are unable to give clothes, feed and educate their children properly and they have no rest. From the dawn to the night they continue their activities. Moreover, Their service has made our life easier and more comfortable. So, we cannot neglect his profession. We should think of them and government should do something to improve their condition.
Traffic Jam

Traffic jam is a situation in where vehicles cannot move freely and traffic comes to a standstill. It occur almost all the district towns where a lot of vehicles play every day. Especially it occurs near bus stand, railway crossing, and turn of a road, at the junction of various roads or near a market. It occurs mainly in the morning and afternoon on working days when everyday body tries to attend office in short time or returns home as early as possible. The indiscriminate playing of vehicles like rickshaws, bus, scoters etc. and haphazard parking of vehicles and small shops in the footpaths are the main reason of traffic jam. Traffic jam causes untold sufferings to people. Students cannot reach schools in time. It kills our time and lessons our working hours. It causes great sufferings to the ambulance carrying dying patients and the fire brigade vehicles. The increasing of traffic jam hampers our economy. So, well spacious roads should be constructed. One-way movement of vehicles should be introduced. The driver should be trained in order to cope with the other developed nations. After doing all these things we can hope to have a good traffic system for our easy and comfortable movement.
My Country

The name of our country is Bangladesh which is situated in the south Asia. Its land area is 147570 square kilometers with a large number of populations. It became independence on 16th December 1971 from Pakistan. Dhaka is the capital of this country and most of the people of it use Bangla as their first language and English is used as the official language. The population of this country is about 16 core and most of them are Muslims. The others are Hindus, Christians, Buddhists and Tribes who live here with peace and amity.  It is considered as the land of rivers and the Padma, the Meghna and the Jamuna are the biggest rivers where various kinds of fishes are found. The land of this country is very fertile where various kinds of crops and fruits are grown. There are six seasons in Bangladesh and the weather and climate of all seasons are totally different from one another. Based on the season, different kinds of fruits, vegetables and crops are cultivated. There are many historical places which make our country more attractive and increase its beauty. Every year many visitors from different places of the world visit the historical places. They are attracted by the natural beauties of it. Bangladesh is also considered as the gift of nature because of its natural beauties and resources. Therefore, the development of our country is increasing rapidly and we feel proud to be the inhabitance of this country.        
My Mother

 The name of my mother is Lucky. She is about 40 years old and is a housewife. She cooks our food, washes clothes and keeps our house clean. She looks after our family. She also takes care of our health and studies. She looks after my grandparents as well and does all household work. On the whole, she is the heart of our family. She is not only a mother but also a friend and a good teacher. When I feel sick, she feels very sad and nurses me as soon as I recover. She is a pious, honest, sincere, friendly, helpful, kind and punctual lady. Sometimes she goes to the market and visits relatives. She helps the poor and sick people. In the evening, she watches TV. She remains busy the whole weak. On holidays she cooks special dishes (food) for us and spends her free time with us. I cann’t think (imagine) any happiness of our family without my mother. There is none else like my sweet mother in the world. I love my mother very much.
A Bus Stand

A bus stand is crowded place where the buses stop and start from. Every day and night many buses touch the station in different time. Generally it is situated at the junction of the roads or beside a market. It is not a permanent place for the passengers. They wait there with great eager to get on the bus. In some bus stands there are counters for ticket and passengers stand in a line for buying tickets. It is a busy and noisy place. Constantly the shouting of the helpers, conductors, hawkers and the speech of the common are heard. Many types of hawkers are available who sell betel leaf, bread, cigarette, fruit, newspaper etc. Again, some street beggars cry in loud voice with a view to drawing the passengers’ attention. There are a few big bus stands located at the district headquarters or in the big cities including the capital city. Besides these big bus-stands, there are other hundreds of bus stands scattered all over the country. Beside the bus stands tea stalls are found nearby. Many passengers, while waiting for buses, go there and refresh themselves taking a cup of tea or coffee. When a bus comes up, there is a usual bustle and hurry among the passengers. They push one another to get on it. Ladies find it too difficult to get on it. At that time the drivers and the conductors are also very busy; their shouts are also heard. Most of the buses are found crowded. So, thieves, swindlers and pickpockets sometimes try to misguide the innocent passengers for fulfilling their evil desires. After all, a bus stand plays an important role in communication. So, government should take proper steps for the improvement of the bus station. In a word, the importance of the bus stand has become great.

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