Your School Magazine (Model 1)

Your School Magazine (Model 1)

Your School Magazine (Model 1)

A school magazine is an annual publication of a school. It is usually published once a year. Students and teachers write to it. It contains literary works or other information about a school. It also contains quizzes, poems, short stories, etc. Some teachers and students work for it. The committee is formed among them. The editor invites writings. Then the best writings are selected for publishing. Mainly students and teachers bear the expenditure for the publication of the magazine. A fund is formed named ‘magazine fund’ for this. In my school, we have a school magazine named ‘Light of Hope’. It publishes once in 3 months. The school governing body has formed a committee to publish the magazine in time. Mostly teachers and students write in this magazine. A school magazine has great importance in school life. A student can express his latent talent through it Students can know about their school. They can also enrich their knowledge. Every school should publish a school magazine. It is a part and parcel of school life.

Word Meaning:  annual: বার্ষিক, publication: প্রকাশন ,  usually: সাধারণত ,  published: প্রকাশিত,  expenditure: ব্যয়,  governing body: পরিচালনা পর্ষদ,  committee: কমিটি,  great: মহান,  importance: গুরুত্ব ,  enrich: সমৃদ্ধ করা,  part and parcel: অপরিহার্য অংশ

Counted Words: 172

The Life of A Farmer (Model 5) | Paragraph

The Life of A Farmer ( Model 5)

The Life of A Farmer ( Model 5)

A farmer is a person who does the work of farming. He leads a very miserable life. He lives from hand to mouth. He cultivates his own or other’s land. He is a hard worker. He gets up early in the morning. Then he goes to the field with tools, two bulls, and plough the land. He works very hard to prepare the land for sowing crops. He comes at noon, eats his meal, takes rest and again goes to the field. His pleasure and pain depend on the mercy of nature. If he gets many crops, his joys know no bounds. On the other hand, if the crops are not good, his sorrows know no bounds too. Generally, he lives in a cottage or wooden house. Sometimes, he and his family members have to starve. His children are deprived of education and the members of his family have no entertainment and medical facilities. Therefore, the government should give subsidy to the agricultural sector so that they can lead a decent life.

Word Meaning: miserable: দু: স্থ ,cultivates: চাষ, plough: লাঙ্গল, sorrows: কষ্ট , Generally: সাধারণত , cottage: কুটির , starve: ক্ষুধায় মারা , deprived: বঞ্চিত, subsidy: ভর্তুকি ,

Counted Words: 172