Sunday, February 18, 2018

Paragraph on The history of the wheel

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘The history of the wheel’.

Question: 

(a) What has brought about a revolutionary change in the field of communication? (b) Hoe does wheel strengthen the economy? (c) What has created a new civilization? (d) Who discovery the wheel first? (e) How did the Geeks learn the idea of the wheel makes?

Answer:

The origins of the wheel were the invention of when has brought about a revolutionary change in the field of communication. It plays a very significant role in transporting passengers and products from one place to another and one country to another. It strengthens national as well as global economy. Without the movement of the wheel, overall life becomes stagnant. People cannot go from one place to another and goods are not transferred anywhere for want of wheel. However, the invention of the wheel has helped to create a new civilization. The Mesopotamians were the first to discover the wheel. The oldest ever wheel was discovered in Mesopotamia. It was in 3,500 B.C after the Mesopotamians, the wheel was further improved by the Egyptians. They first made wheels with spokes. Then they used them chariots around 2000 BC. In 1500; the Greeks learned the idea of wheel-making from the Egyptians. They also made further improvements on it. Later, the Romans did the same too and produced a variety of wheeled vehicles. The wheel also traveled eastwards. Wheels reached the Indus valley b 3000B BC. But chariots with spoken wheels were made in ancient India in around 1500 BC. They were used for war, hunting, and racing. Finally, we can say that the invention of the wheel has enlivened the economic life to a great extent. 

Paragraph on The origins of the wheel

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘The origins of the wheel’.

Question: 

(a) what do you know about the history of wheel’s origin? (b) When was it established? (c) what was its old name? (d) How can gigantic things be easily moved? (e) Who developed the first wheel.

Answer:

Although the wheel is a very important invention. The history of the origins wheel is unknown. Experts guess that the first wheel was developed from a circular object. The early man observed that a huge piece of stone could be rolled easily if it was circular in shape. Similarly, a heavy tree-trunk is different to carry; but it can be rolled away with less effort. Even, a gigantic tree-trunk can be moved easily using other small and round trunks as rollers under it. Thus, the early man took advantage of rolling objects and developed the first wheel. Apart from its mechanical advantage, a wheel’s mobility has contributed much to the civilization. 

Paragraph on UNICEF

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘UNICEF

Question: 

What is UNICEF? (b) When was it established? (c) What was its old name (d) Where is its headquarters? (e) What is it’s work zone? (f) What are the main activities of the organization?

Answer:


The united nation’s children fund (UNICEF) was established in December 1946, immediately after the end of the Second Year War. However, its old name was United Nation’s International Children Emergency Fund. The Headquarters of this great organization is in New York, USA. Its work zone is in 190 countries and territory of the world. 


The main activities of this organization are child survival and development, basic education for children and gender quality and children’s rights and protection. Thus UNICEF is trying its best for the welfare of children all over the world. 

Paragraph on Pearl A Royal Jewel

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘Pearl a royal jewel’.


Question: 

(a) Where have pearls been mentioned much time? (b) Who thought the pearls as a sign of wealth and social position? (c) Who loved beautiful pearl necklace? (d) Where are the oysters collected from? (e) Who are professional divers? (f) Why did the brave knights use pearls? 

Answer: 

Throughout history, the pearl with its shine has been one of the most highly valued gems. Pearls have been mentioned many times in regions texts and mythologies from the earliest times. The ancient Egyptians valued pearls so much that they were buried with them. It is said that the famous queen of Egypt Cleopatra would dissolve a pearl in a glass and drink it as a sign of love and respect for the entire nation. The Geeks though the pearls as a sign of wealth and social position. The beauty of pearls was associated with love and marriage. In ancient Rome, pearls were considered the greatest sing of wealth and social status. At that time the young women of noble families loved to wear beautiful pearl necklaces. The brave knights used to wear them un the battles for good luck. 

Before the beginning of the 20th century, pearls were obtained from pearl oysters. These oysters were collected from the bottom of the ocean, lake or river. To get enough pearl oysters, free-divers were often forced to descend to the depth of more than 100 feet in our breath. Because of the difficulty of diving, pearls at that time were of different quality as well as very rare. In Asia, some pearl oysters could be found on shoals at adept of 5-7 feet from the surface. At themes, the divers had to go 40 feet or even up to 125 feet deep to find enough pearl oysters. These dives were extremely hazardous to the divers. 

Paragraph on AMA Drivers

Write a paragraph by answering the following question ‘Ama Drivers

Question:

 (a) What are Ama divers? (b) What does the word Ama mean> (c) On which do the Ama divers rely? (d) What are their special qualities? (e) Why are some of the villagers going to the city? (f) how much time can they hold their breath for?


Answer: 

Ama driver is an amazing group of women who live some fishing villages along the coast of Japan. These women worked and are still working as Ama. The word ‘Ama’ means ‘women of the sea or sea women’. They are independent divers. They make their living by driving. They can dive to the depth of the sea up to 25 meters. And they dive without using oxygen tanks or other breathing equipment. The Ama divers rely on their own skills and breathing technique. They use that skill and technique to push themselves down to the bottom of the sea and back to the surface again. They can hold their breath for up to two minutes. Careful watching, Jung capacity, and hunter instincts are the special quality of Ama divers. However, some of these young villagers are going to the city for other jobs. The remaining Ama divers are now aged between 50 and 60. But there are still some who continue to dive even at their 70s. if the young people do not take up Ama diving, soon the profession will die out.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Paragraph on Bangladesh Food Culture

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘Bangladesh food culture’.

Question: 

(a) How is Bangladeshi food culture rich? (b) What is our staple food? (c) How rice served? (d) What is our main course of protein? (e) How many types of fishers are here? (f) What is called pitha?

Answer:


Bangladeshi food culture is rich and varied with the use of many spices. We have delicious and appetizing food, snacks, and sweets. Boiled rice is our staple food. It is served with a variety of vegetable, curry, lentil soups, fish, and meat. Fish is the main source of protein. Fishers are now cultivated in ponds. Also, we have fresh-water fishes in the lakes and river. in the Bangladeshi food, adulteration is another problem. 

More than 40 types of fishes are common. The people of Bangladesh are very fond of sweets. Almost all Bangladeshi women prepare some traditional sweets. ‘Pitha,’ a type of sweets made from rice flour, sugar syrup, molasses and sometimes milk, is a traditional food loved the entire population. During winter among close relatives when there is good news for births, weddings, promotions etc. sweets on the overall socio-culture features here. 


Paragraph on My Experience of a Snake Charming Show

Write a paragraph by answering the following question on ‘My experience of a snake charming show’.


Question:

 (a) When did you meet a snake charmer? (b) What was he carrying on his shoulder? (c) What was/were in his baskets? (d) Who enjoyed the show? (e) Who financed the snake charming show? (f) How were the snakes dancing? (g) What was the charmer’s identity? 

Answer: 

Recently I happened to meet a snake charmer on the way back to home from school. He was carrying three baskets of his head and shouting “Shaper Khela”. I got charmed at this and requested him to go out our house with me. He agreed, gladly. The wat I asked him what in his baskets was. E told me that each of the baskets had venomous snake. The size of each basket showed the size of the snake it contains. However, we reached our home and told my mother about him meanwhile some our snake charming show. Then the charmer brought out a flute and began to plat it. Later he brought out the snakes from the baskets one after another. Everyone was thrilled and charmed at the show. The snakes were dancing with his flute tunes. Particularly children and women got afraid seeing the lie show off the huge venomous snakes. The show continued and ended with pin drop silence. My mother paid the charmer the money fixed before. My uncle asked him about his life. He replied that he was a Bedey and they lead a gypsy life in Bangladesh. The charmer thanked us all and went away shouting “Shaper Khela” again. It has really been an exclusive experience of my life.