Class Seven English letter Writing

  1. Suppose, you are Kamal, living at Khilgaon, Dhaka. Recently, you have enjoyed the world cup cricket-2015. Now, write a letter to your friend Jamil about the world cup cricket 2015. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Kvgvj, XvKvi wLjMuvI evm KiQ| mv¤cÖwZKKv‡j Zzwg wek¦Kvc wµ‡KU-2015 Dc‡fvM K‡iQ| GLb, †Zvgvi eÜz Rvwgj‡K wek¦Kvc wµ‡KU-2015 m¤ú‡K© GKwU wPwV †jL|)

10/1-A, Meradia

Khilgaon, Dhaka

April, 2016

Dear Jamil,

My best wishes to you. Hope, you had a good time in the last few weeks. How did you enjoy the cricket world cup 2015? I want to tell you that it was the best tournament I have ever witnessed (†`Lv) in my life. My beloved country Bangladesh showed its excellent (PgrKvi) performance in this tournament. Though I was not in all that optimistic (Avkvev`x) view about their performance as the condition (Ae¯’v) of Australia and New Zealand was not favourable for team like us. But they showed their courage to fight against powerful test playing nations. Our pace bowlers were excellent especially Rubel and Taskin. What a performance it was from Mahmudullah against England and New Zealand! But unfortunately (`y:LRbKfv‡e) we had to surrender against India due to some bad umpiring. I vehemently (cÖejfv‡e) protest such injustice done against our team. What’s your opinion (gZvgZ)? Please share your feeling in your next letter. Hope to receive your letter soon.

Bye

Yours ever,

Kamal

 

  1. Suppose, your friend Robi lives at Santhia, Pabna and you are Kanchan of Dhaka. Your friend doesn’t know the bad effects of smoking. Now, write a letter to him describing the bad effects of smoking. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi eÜz iwe cvebvi mvw_qvq evm K‡i Ges Zzwg XvKvi KvÂb| †Zvgvi eÜz aygcv‡bi Lvivc cÖfve m¤ú‡K© Rv‡b bv| GLb, aygcv‡bi Lvivc cÖfv‡ei eY©bv w`‡q Zv‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

10/1-A Moghbazar,

Dhaka

16 October, 2016

Dear Robi,

I am shocked (gg©vnZ) to hear that you are not having good time in family. From a reliable (wek¦¯’) source I came to know that you have become a smoker (aygcvqx). Listen, you have to understand your responsibility of being the eldest son of your parents. I think, you are sensible enough to realise (eyS‡Z cviv) what is good and what is bad. Is smoking good for health? It causes many fatal diseases like cancer, heart attack, bronchitis, etc. It also damages our lungs. Smoking has a bad impact (cÖfve) on non-smoker staying around smokers. Doctors advise (Dc‡`k †`Iqv) patients not to smoke as it is harmful for health. Cigarette contains nicotine, an oily substance in tobacco that is hazardous (wec`RbK) to one’s health. So I request you to give up (Z¨vM Kiv) this bad habit of smoking.

Your lovingly,

Kanchan                        [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, you are Masud of Dhaka. Recently you have spent your summer vacation at your friend Roney’s village home. Now, write a letter to your friend thanking him for his hospitality. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKvi gvmy`| mv¤cÖwZKv‡j †Zvgvi eÜz iwbi MÖv‡gi evwo‡Z Zzwg MÖx‡®§i QzwU KvwU‡q‡Q| GLb, Zvi AvwZ‡_qZvi Rb¨ ab¨ev` Rvwb‡q †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

40/1 New Elephant Road

Dhaka

3 June, 2016

Dear Roney,

Receive my best wishes. Today I will tell you something that you deserve (†hvM¨ nIqv). I have spent my summer vacation in your house. I never imagined (Kíbv Kiv) to have such kind hospitality (AvwZ‡_qZv) from you. Your family and you really showed your utmost affection (†mœn). You know that I lost my mother at an early age. I’ll never forget your mother’s motherly love to me. Unfortunately I didn’t meet your father as he was in tour (ågY). Your brother and sisters are all very cordial (AvšÍwiK). For all these I’d like to thank you from the core of my heart (AšÍ‡ii AšÍ:¯’j †_‡K).

No more today.

Masud

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  1. Suppose, you are Mehdi of Dhaka. Last week you alongwith your family members visited the zoo at Mirpur. Now, write a letter to your friend about your visit to the zoo. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKvi †g‡n`x| MZ mßv‡n †Zvgvi cwiev‡ii m`m¨‡`i wb‡q Zzwg wgicyi wPwoqvLvbvq †eov‡Z wM‡qwQ‡j| GLb, wPwoqvLvbvq †eov‡Z hvIqv m¤ú‡K© †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

145 Arambagh, Dhaka

17-02-2016

Dear Rana,

Hope, you are well by the grace (K…cvq) of Allah. Last week I alongwith my parents visited the zoo. Because my youngest brother Tomal insisted (cxovcxwo Kiv) us on visiting the zoo. After reaching the zoo, at first we went to the cage in which there were three big snakes. They seemed to be asleep (NygšÍ). Then we turned our eyes (†PvL †div‡bv) from them to the shed in which the monkeys began to chatter (wKPwgP kã Kiv). My youngest brother liked these clever animals. We spent at least half an hour in front of the shed. I also liked their performance of jumping from one bar to another. We turned away from them to the place of a cage of the tiger. This time my younger brother was afraid of this particular animal. Then we saw deer of attractive (AvKl©Yxq) looks. We also saw gorilla. We saw birds of various colours and shapes as well. Then we took light refreshment (nvjKv Lvevi) when we found the shops of food. After that we left the zoo as it was getting dark out there. It was a nice outing (evB‡i ågY) for my family indeed.

No more today.

Yours ever,

Mehdi

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  1. Suppose, your father is Md. Salimuzzaman of Shahjadpur, Sirajgonj and you are Jasim of 70 Hatirpul, Dhaka. In the last examination you could not do well in English. So you need the help of a tutor to improve in this subject. Now, write a letter to your father for engaging a tutor for you immediately. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi evev †gvt mwjgy¾vgvb wmivRM‡Äi kvnRv`cy‡i _v‡Kb Ges Zzwg Rwmg 70 nvwZicyj, XvKvq evm Ki| MZ cixÿvq Zzwg Bs‡iwR‡Z fv‡jv Ki‡Z cviwb| ZvB GB welqwU‡Z DbœwZi Rb¨ †Zvgvi M„nwkÿ‡Ki mvnvh¨ `iKvi| GLb, †Zvgvi Rb¨ ZvovZvwo GKRb M„nwkÿK wbhy³ Kivi Rb¨ †Zvgvi evev‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

70 Hatirpul, Dhaka

18 july, 2016

My Dear Father,

I am very glad to inform (Rvbv‡bv) you that the results of our last examination has been published. My performance in all subjects except (e¨wZZ) English is very good. I am very much worried about (wPwšÍZ) English and I need the help of a tutor (M„nwkÿK). I also ask advice (Dc‡`k) from you regarding English. Please engage a tutor to help me.

My best regards to you and mother and love to the youngers.

Your loving son,

Jasim                           [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, you are Jihan of Chittagong and your friend is Sohel of Netrokona. You are mentally upset for some days on account of a bus accident that you witnessed a few days ago. Now, write a letter to your friend describing the accident. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg PÆMÖv‡gi wRnvb Ges †Zvgvi eÜz †b·Kvbvi †mv‡nj| K‡qKw`b Av‡M Zzwg †h evm `yN©Ubv †`‡LQ, Zvi Rb¨ gvbwmKfv‡e †f‡½ c‡oQ| GLb, `yN©Ubvi eY©bv w`‡q †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Chittagong

7 November, 2016

Dear Sohel,

Your letter is just to hand. Hope you all are well. Now I am going to tell you about an accident that took place (N‡UwQj) before me a few days ago and for which I am very much upset (wech©¯’).

On that day I was going to New Market. I was on a rickshaw which was waiting for a signal to go ahead. Suddenly I heard a crashing sound (cZ‡bi kã) behind me. I looked at the spot (NUbv¯’j) and saw a gloomy scenery. It was a broken bus which was struck by a truck. I saw several people lying on the road who were stained (iwÄZ Kiv)) with blood. It was a terrible (fqvbK) sight. Nobody expects to see a sight like it. I am very much upset till now.

Best compliments to your parents.

Your loving friend,

Jihan                              [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, you are Hanif of Mirzapur, Tangail and your friend is Milon of Shibaloy, Manikgonj. You are going to arrange a picnic soon. You like to invite your friend to join the picnic. Now, write a letter to your friend inviting him to the picnic. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg wgR©vcyi, Uv½vB‡ji nvwbd Ges †Zvgvi eÜz wkevjq, gvwbKM‡Äi wgjb| Zzwg kxNÖB GKwU eb‡fvR‡bi Av‡qvRb Ki‡Z hv”Q| †Zvgvi eÜz‡K Zzwg eb‡fvR‡b Avgš¿Y Ki‡Z PvI| GLb, †Zvgvi eÜz‡K wcKwb‡Ki Avgš¿Y Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Mirzapur, Tangail

15 January, 2016

Dear Milon,

I have received your letter in time (h_vmg‡q). I hope you are quite well. Today I am giving you a good news. You will be glad to know that we are going to arrange (Av‡qvRbv Kiv) a picnic (eb‡fvRb) on the 20th January. We have selected (wbe©vwPZ Kiv) Sonargaon as our picnic spot which is also a historical (HwZnvwmK) place. We have already taken all preparations for the programme. We have hired a bus. All our friends are going to join the picnic. Our teachers will also attend (AskMÖnY Kiv) the picnic. I invite you to join us. Your presence will add pleasure to us. We shall start from our school compound (cÖv½b) at 9 am. So, contact us and try to be present (Dcw¯’Z) in time.

We are waiting for your kind arrival in the picnic.

Ever yours,

Hanif                             [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, your friend Ansar is not attentive to his studies. It seems, he is planning to adopt unfairmeans in the exam. Now, write a letter to your friend advising him not to adopt unfairmeans in the exam. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi eÜz Avbmvi cov‡kvbvq g‡bv‡hvMx bq| g‡b n‡”Q, †m cixÿvq bKj Kivi cwiKíbv Ki‡Q| GLb, cixÿvq bKj bv Kivi Dc‡`k w`‡q †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

20, Azimpur, Dhaka

15 April, 2016

Dear Ansar,

Hope, you are well by the grace of Allah. I have come to know about your activities from a reliable source (wek¦¯’ m~Î). It is a matter of great regret (cwiZvc) that you often go out and remain outside home even at night. Your annual exam is knocking at the door. But you are not attentive to your study at all. Therefore, it seems to me that your lack of interest (AvMÖ‡ni Afve) in study indicates that you are planning to adopt unfairmeans (bKj Kiv) in the exam. This is extremely suicidal. If you have such planning to commit, you will kill your future surely. In future whenever you face a viva (†gŠwLK cixÿv) of any kind of job, you will not be able to answer questions. Thus you will be disallowed to get any job. So from now on, be serious and get prepared for the coming exam.

No more today.

Yours ever,

Kamrul                                                                [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, your friend is Anwar of Benapole, Jessore and you are Akhter of Barisal. Now, write a letter to your friend consoling him on his mother’s death. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi eÜz Av‡bvqvi †ebv‡cvj, h‡kvi evm K‡i Ges Zzwg ewikv‡ji AvKZvi| GLb, †Zvgvi eÜzi gv‡qi g„Zz¨‡Z Zv‡K mvš—¡bv w`‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Barisal

13 February, 2016

Dear Anwar,

I am very shocked (gg©vnZ) to hear the news of your mother’s death. The news came to me just like a sudden (AvKw¯§K) and unexpected event. It is very hard to believe (wek¦vm Kiv) that your mother is no more on the earth. I am greatly shocked at her death in such a premature (AcÖvßKvj) age. I can’t forget that she was very affectionate (†mœngqx) to me.

It is very difficult for me to console (mvšÍ¦bv †`Iqv) you in such a situation. The loss of your mother is irreparable. May Allah give you the strength (kw³) to bear such a loss. I also pray to the Almighty that her soul may rest in peace.

Yours ever,

Akhter

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  1. Suppose, you are Shima of Dhaka and your friend is Toma of Satkhira. She has secured the first place in the class in the annual exam. Now, write a letter of congratulation to your friend. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKvi wkgv Ges †Zvgvi evÜex mvZÿxivi Zgv| †m evwl©K cixÿvq cÖ_g ¯’vb AwaKvi K‡i‡Q| GLb, †Zvgvi evÜex‡K Awfb›`b Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

105, Shantinagar

Dhaka

10 January, 2016

My Dear Toma,

Just after getting up from bed, I came to know that you made a brilliant result in the annual examination. The news came to me as a shower (aviv) of joy. Congratulations (Awfb›`b) on your brilliant success. You are really worthy (†hvM¨) of this result. I spread out the news of your brilliant success to my friends and relatives (AvZ¥xq). You have rightly achieved (AR©b Kiv) the glorious (†MŠieRbK) result. We are proud of you. May Allah help you to achieve success in future too.

Convey my best regard to your parents and love to the youngers.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Shima                             [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, you are Chapal of Gabtoli, Bogra and your friend is Niru of Pabna. The marriage ceremony of your elder sister will come off on the 10th of next month. You intend to invite your friend to participate in the function. Now, write a letter inviting him to attend the ceremony. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg e¸ov, MveZxji Pcj Ges †Zvgvi eÜz cvebvi wbiæ| †Zvgvi eo †ev‡bi weevn Abyôvb cieZx© gv‡mi 10 Zvwi‡L n‡e| Zzwg PvI †Zvgvi eÜz Abyôv‡b AskMÖY KiæK| GLb, Abyôv‡b Dcw¯’Z _vKvi Rb¨ Zv‡K wbgš¿Y Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Gabtoli, Bogra

28 July, 2016

My Dear Niru,

I am very much delighted (Avbw›`Z) to inform you that the marriage ceremony of my elder sister will come off on the 10th of the next month. We have invited (Avgš¿Y Rvbv‡bv) our relatives. I have invited some of my close friends and they have agreed (ivwR nIqv) to join the programme. I cordially (AvšÍwiKfv‡e) invite you in this ceremony. My parents have also reminded (¯§iY Kwi‡q †`Iqv) me to invite you. They will be happy to get you in our midst. I hope you will reach our house at least two days before the ceremony. I need your help in many tasks. Your absence (Abycw¯’wZ) will make me unhappy. So, please don’t miss the programme.

I shall be waiting for you. With best regards to your parents.

Your loving friend,

Chapal

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  1. Suppose, you are Runa of Rajshahi and your friend is Dina of Shibgonj, Narsingdi. Your friend wanted to know about how you spent your summer vacation. Now, write a letter telling him about the matter. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg ivRkvnxi iæbv Ges †Zvgvi eÜz biwms`x wkeM‡Äi `xbv| †Zvgvi eÜz Rvb‡Z †P‡q‡Q MÖx‡®§i QzwU Zzwg wKfv‡e KvwU‡q‡Qv| GLb, Zv‡K GB wel‡q Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Rajshahi

11 August, 2016

Dear Dina,

I have received your sweet note. You have wanted to know how I spent (AwZevwnZ Kiv) my summer vacation. Now I am describing it.

I enjoyed my summer vacation in our village home. My grandparents live there. They were very glad to get me in their midst (g‡a¨) after a long time. Our village is a very nice place. It stands on the bank of a river. Everyday I used to go to take bath in the river with my cousins. I swam in the river. There is a large orchard (d‡ji evMvb) in front of our village home. Mangoes, jackfruits, coconuts, black berries, bananas are available (mnRjf¨) there. We roamed (†NvivNywi Kiv) there everyday and ate these fruits at our heart’s content (mš‘wó). We also played various outdoor games. In a word, I enjoyed very much there spending the vacation.

Write to me soon about you.

No more today.

Your loving friend,

Runa

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  1. Suppose, you are Sheena of Pabna and your friend is Meena of Bogra. Now, write a letter to your friend inviting him to join your birthday party. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg cvebvi kxbv Ges †Zvgvi eÜz e¸ovi wgbv| GLb, †Zvgvi eÜz‡K †Zvgvi Rš§w`‡bi Abyôv‡b Avgš¿Y Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Pabna

16 April, 2016

Dear Meena,

My love to you. Hope you are well. You will be glad to know that I am going to be thirteen on Monday next. My parents will arrange (Av‡qvRb Kiv) a birthday party. All arrangements have been completed (m¤ú~Y© nIqv). I invite you to join my birthday party. I will be very happy to get you here in our midst.

Please do not miss the party.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Sheena

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  1. Suppose, you are Emon of Sirajgonj and your brother Sumon is of Mohammadpur High School, Dhaka, staying at the school hostel. He is careless about his studies. Mixing with bad companies, he is going astray. So, write a letter advising him to be serious about his studies. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg wmivRM‡Äi Bgb Ges †Zvgvi fvB mygb XvKv †gvnv¤§`cyi D”P we`¨vj‡qi QvÎ, we`¨vj‡qi †nv‡÷‡j _v‡K| †m Zvi cov‡jLvq D`vmxb| Lvivc m‡½i mv‡_ wg‡k, †m wec`Mvgx n‡”Q| ZvB Zvi cov‡jLvi wel‡q AvšÍwiK n‡Z Dc‡`k w`‡q Zv‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Sirajgonj

8 August, 2016

My dear Sumon,

I received a letter from mother last Monday. She has written that you are careless (Ag‡bv‡hvMx) about your studies. I also have learnt that you are keeping bad companies. So I am worried about your future.

Sumon, it is known to all that time and tide (†mªvZ) wait for none. So you should be very sincere about your studies. Student life is the seed time of man’s life. But you are wasting this time. So give up your bad companies (m½) and go to the reading table. Make yourself a worthy (g~j¨evb) citizen of this country.

I am quite well. With love to you.

Your loving brother,

Emon

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  1. Suppose, you are Monir of Natore and your friend is Amir of Sirajgonj. Now, write a letter telling him about your future plan. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg bvU‡ii gwbi Ges †Zvgvi eÜz wmivRM‡Äi Avwgi| GLb, †Zvgvi fwel¨r cwiKíbvi wel‡q Rvwb‡q Zv‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Natore

9 July, 2016

Dear Amir,

Thanks for your letter. I hope you are well. You have written that you are interested to know my future (fwel¨r) plan. Now I am telling you about my future plan of life.

Like other boys I also have a future plan and I am trying hard to make my plan a success (mdjZv). You know that I like to be a student of science and my plan is to be a doctor. The people of our country suffer from various kinds of diseases (†ivM) and they do not get proper treatment (h_vh_ wPwKrmv). So I have made up my mind to be a doctor and stand beside them. I will try to give them proper treatment.

With best regards to your parents.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Monir

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  1. Suppose, you are Swapon of Uttara, Dhaka and your friend is Ripon of Farmgate, Dhaka. Your friend once borrowed a book named ‘Discovery Communicative English Grammar’ from you. Now, write a letter to your friend asking him to return the book quickly. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKv DËivi ¯^cb Ges †Zvgvi eÜz XvKv dvg©‡M‡Ui wicb| †Zvgvi eÜz GK`v †Zvgvi †_‡K ÒwWmKfvwi KwgDwb‡KwUf Bswjk MªvgviÓ bv‡g GKwU eB avi wb‡qwQ‡j| GLb, eBwU `ªæZfv‡e †diZ †P‡q †Zvgvi eÜzi Kv‡Q GKwU wPwV wjL|)

Uttara

20 July, 2016

Dear Ripon,

I have not received any letter from you for a long time. I hope you all are well by the grace of Almighty. By the by, can you remember (¯§iY Kiv) that you borrowed (avi †bIqv) a book from me named “Discovery Communicative English Grammar”? You borrowed it a month ago and you have not returned (†diZ †`Iqv) it yet. You know that my examination is knocking at the door. I feel the necessity (cÖ‡qvRbxqZv) of this book to prepare (cÖ¯‘Z) well for the English exam. So please, send me the book as early as possible. You can take it afterwards if you need.

With best regards to you all.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Swapon

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  1. Suppose, you are Sharif of Kushtia. Your younger brother Shafiq reads in Govt. Laboratory High School and stays in Dhaka. He does not read newspaper daily. Now, write a letter to your younger brother advising him to read newspapers. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Kzwóqvi kixd| †Zvgvi †QvU fvB kwdK Mf. j¨ve‡iUwi nvB ¯‹z‡j c‡o Ges XvKvq _v‡K| †m cÖwZw`b Le‡ii KvMR c‡o bv| GLb, †Zvgvi †QvU fvB‡K Le‡ii KvMR co‡Z Dc‡`k w`‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Kushtia

20 September, 2016

Dear Shafiq,

I have not received any letter from you for a long time. I hope you are quite (m¤ú~Y©fv‡e) well. I have come to know that you do not read newspaper at all. It is not a good habit. You should remember (¯§iY Kiv) that if you do not read newspaper, you will be detached (wew”Qbœ) from the current world. Without reading it, you cannot keep pace with the modern world. You will lack in general knowledge. I advise you to start reading newspapers from today. This will increase your general (mvaviY) knowledge and connect you with the current world. Besides, reading newspaper will broaden your outlook. Try to read the articles written by the famous (weL¨vZ) writers which will enrich (mg„× Kiv) your overall knowledge. So, don’t forget (fz‡j hvIqv) to read newspapers regularly.

I am waiting for your reply with the news of your progress.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Sharif

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  1. Suppose, you are Shammy of Dhaka, and your friend is Porna of Rajshahi. Recently you have enjoyed reading a book. Now, write a letter to your friend about the book that you have read lately. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg m¨vwg XvKvq _v‡Kv, Ges †Zvgvi eÜz cY©v ivRkvnx _v‡K| m¤cÖwZ Zzwg GKwU eB c‡o Lye Dc‡fvM K‡i‡Qv| GLb, Zzwg m¤cÖwZ †h eBwU c‡o‡Qv †mB m¤ú‡K© Rvwb‡q †Zvgvi eÜy‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|

25 Shahbag, Dhaka

30 July, 2016

Dear Porna,

I have received your letter in time. I am happy to know that you are quite well. Today I am writing you about a book I have read lately (m¤cÖwZ). It is a very interesting (gRvi) book. The name of the book is “The Merchant of Venice”. It is written by the great English playwright William Shakespeare. It is a drama (bvUK). The story of the book is excellent (PgrKvi). It centres round a Jew named Shylock and a merchant (ewbK) named Antonio. Some other characters are Bassanio, Portia and so on. I have enjoyed (Dc‡fvM Kiv) reading the book. I could not leave (ev` †`Iqv) it before finishing  (†kl) it. Whenever you get the book near your hand, try to read it. I think you will get much pleasure (Avb›`).

With best regards to your parents and love to all.

No more today.

Sincerely yours,

Shammy

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  1. Suppose, you are Abir, a student of Rajbari Zilla School. Recently you have been to your village home and visited a village fair. Now, write a letter to your friend Mahin describing him about the village fair. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Avwei, ivRevox wRjv ¯‹z‡ji GKRb QvÎ| m¤cÖwZ Zzwg †Zvgvi MÖv‡gi evox‡Z wM‡qwQ‡j Ges GKwU MÖvg¨ †gjv cwi`k©b K‡iwQ‡j| GLb, †Zvgvi eÜz gvwnb‡K MÖvg¨ †gjv m¤ú‡K© eY©bv w`‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Rajbari

20 April, 2016

My Dear Mahin,

Your letter is just to hand. I hope you are passing your time happily (Avb‡›`i mv‡_). Recently, I have visited a village fair and now I am telling you about it.

You know that every year a village fair is held in our village on the occassion (Abyôvb) of Pahela Baishakh. This year the festival (Drme) was arranged gorgeously (Avo¤^ic~Y©fv‡e) in our locality for seven days. I got an opportunity (my‡hvM-myweav) to visit the fair. I visited there with my cousins. The fair was decorated beautifully. There were many shops in the compound (cÖv½b). People of different professions displayed their handmade (nv‡Z ˆZwi) articles in their shops. There were toys, clay dolls, sweets, utensils, fancy goods, different types of handicrafts (n¯Íwkí), baloons, etc in the fair. A lot of people came to visit the fair. Specially the children gathered there in cheerful mood. A circus party and a Jatra Dal were also displaying their shows. The fair became the meeting place of all avenues of people. I enjoyed the fair very much.

I hope to visit the fair next time with you. Write to me soon.

With best regards to all.

Your loving friend,

Abir

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  1. Suppose, you are Mithu of Moghbazar. Your younger brother is Rony. He is reading in Khulna Zilla School. You came to know that he is very weak in English. Now, write a letter to him advising the importance of learning English. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg gMevRv‡ii wgVz| †Zvgvi †QvU fvB iwb| †m Lyjbv wRjv ¯‹z‡j c‡o| Zzwg Rvb‡Z †c‡iQ †m Bs‡iRx‡Z Lye `ye©j| GLb, Bs‡iRx †kLvi †kLvi ¸iæZ¡ m¤ú‡K© Dc‡`k w`‡q Zv‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|)

Moghbazar

12 August, 2016

My Dear Rony,

I received your letter in time. I am very sorry to know that you are very weak (`ye©j) in English and you are indifferent (D`vmxb) to learn it. You should bear in mind that English is an international language. We use English to communicate (†hvMv‡hvM Kiv) with the people of other countries. It has become an official language in most of the countries. All the international (AvšÍR©vwZK) organizations (ms¯’v) run their activities through English. If you want to get higher education, you have to know English well. Without being fluent (¯úó) in speaking English, you cannot expect a good job. Actually, English has proved (cÖgvwbZ) its necessity in every avenues (†ÿ‡Î) of our life. So, spend much time to learn English.

Write to me soon about your progress.

No more today.

Your brother,

Mithu                           [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, your elder brother Tuhin is at his working place at Shaheb Bazar, Rajshahi. You are Jakir of 23/3 Gulshan, Dhaka. Your mother is ill. Now, write a letter to your elder brother informing him of your mother’s illness. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi eo fvB Zzwnb, ivRkvnxi mv‡ne evRv‡i Zvi Kg©¯’‡j| Zzwg RvwKi, XvKvi 23/3 _v‡Kv| †Zvgvi gv Amy¯’| GLb, †Zvgvi eo fvB‡K gv‡qi Amy¯’Zvi K_v Rvwb‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)

23/3 Gulshan, Dhaka

5 February, 2016

My Dear Brother,

I do not get any letter from you for a long time. I hope you are hale and hearty. I like to inform you that our mother has been suffering from fever (R¡i) for a long time. We are very much worried (wPwšÍZ) for her. The doctor has advised (Dc‡`k †`Iqv) us to take her to hospital for treatment (wPwKrmv). So you need to come home immediately (kxNÖB).

With best regards to you.

No more today.

Your affectionate brother,

Jakir

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  1. Suppose, your father is Md. Jamir Uddin of Pabna and you are Manik living in a mess at 16 Central Road, Dhaka. now, write a letter to your father for money. (g‡b Ki, †Zvgvi evev †gvnv¤§` Rvwgi DwÏb cvebvq _v‡Kb Ges Zzwg gvwbK XvKv †m›Uªvj †ivW, G 16, †gm _v‡Kv| GLb, †Zvgvi evev‡K UvKvi Rb¨ GKwU wPwV †jL|)

16 Central Road, Dhaka

15 January, 2016

My Dear Father,

I hope you all are well by the grace of Almighty. I am okay. You know that the result (djvdj) of our Annual Examination has been published (cÖKvwkZ nIqv) and I have been promoted (DbœwZ nIqv) to Class VII.

Our teachers have advised (Dc‡`k †`Iqv) us to buy the books for Class VII. So I need about 2000 Taka for this purpose (D‡Ï‡k¨). Please send the money as early as possible.

My best regards to you and mother and love to the youngers.

Your loving son,

Manik

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  1. Suppose, you are Hassan of S. M. Hall and your brother is Reza of Jummapara, Rangpur. Your brother is suffering from fever. He is indifferent to his health. Now, write a letter to your younger brother advising him to take care of his health. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg Gm,Gg n‡ji nvmvb Ges †Zvgvi fvB †iRv iscyi Ry¤§vcvov _v‡K| †Zvgvi fvB R¡‡i fzM‡Q| †m Zvi kix‡ii cÖwZ D`vmxb| GLb, †Zvgvi fvB‡K ¯^v¯’¨i cÖwZ hZœkxj n‡Z Dc‡`k w`‡q GKwU wPwV †jL|)
  2. M. Hall

12 August, 2016

My Dear Reza,

I received your letter yesterday. From your letter, I came to know that you are suffering from fever. It is not a new problem (mgm¨v) for you because you suffer from illness very often. It seems you are indifferent to your health. You should keep in mind that health is wealth (m¤ú`). If you do not possess a sound health, you will not be able to concentrate (g‡bv‡hvM †`Iqv) on your study. Moreover, an unhealthy (A¯^v¯’¨evb) man can never be happy. I advise you to consult (civgk© Kiv) a doctor immediately (kxNÖB). Besides, you should maintain a disciplined life. You must take proper food, enough rest and adequate (ch©vß) sleep. Then you can enjoy a healthy life. I hope you will take much care of your health from now on.

I pray to Allah for your quick recovery.

Your loving brother,

Hassan                          [* Draw an envelope]

  1. Suppose, you are Akash of Zigatala, Dhaka and your friend is Nayan of Mymensingh. Your hobby is stamp collecting. Now, write a letter to your friend telling him about your hobby. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKv, wRMvZjvi AvKvk Ges †Zvgvi eÜz gqgbwms‡ni bqb| †Zvgvi kL WvKwUwKU msMÖn| GLb, †Zvgvi kL m¤ú‡K© Rvwb‡q †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|

Zigatala, Dhaka

20 October, 2016

My Dear Nayan,

Your letter is just to hand. I hope, you are hale and hearty. You have wanted to know about my favourite (wcÖq) hobby. Now I am telling you about it.

Every person has a hobby (kL) of his own. I also have one. My favourite hobby is stamp collecting. I have already (B‡Zvg‡a¨) collected more than three thousand stamps of forty countries. I have made several albums with those stamps. They look interesting (gRvi). They also help me to know about the society (mgvR) and culture (ms¯‹…wZ) of the countries which they belong to. I like to show you all of them. Still I am trying to collect more stamps. If you have any, please send them to me. It will be my pleasure (Avb›`).

I hope, you are coming soon to see my collections.

Lovingly yours,

Akash

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  1. Suppose, you are Ricky of Dhaka and your friend Gail of Australia. He wants to know about your recent visit to a book fair. Now, write a letter to your friend describing him about a book fair. (g‡b Ki, Zzwg XvKvi wiwK Ges †Zvgvi eÜz A‡÷ªwjqvi †MBj| m¤cÖwZ †Zvgvi GKwU eB‡gjvq †eov‡Z hvIqv m¤ú‡K© †m Rvb‡Z Pvq| GLb, GKwU eB‡gjv m¤ú‡K© eY©bv w`‡q †Zvgvi eÜz‡K GKwU wPwV †jL|

House-25, Road-5,

Dhanmondi-15,

Dhaka

21 February, 2016

My dear Gail,

It is quite long time since I heard from you. I am fine here and hope the same for you by the grace of Almighty. In your letter you showed (†`wL‡q‡Qv) your interest (AvMÖn) to know the book fair that I visited last week. On the last 20 February I went to Ekushey Boi Mela held at Bangla Academy. I am always fond of reading books. So I paid a visit to purchase (µq Kiv) some books and to show respect (m¤§vb) towards language martyrs (knx`). About two hundred stalls were there. All sorts of books such as fictions, novels, dramas, poems and books of medicine, engineering, politics, history, general knowledge, etc were brought for display (cÖ`k©bx) and sale in Ekushey Boi Mela. The book fair became crowdy especially in the evening. Both male and female customers gathered (R‡ov nIqv) in Ekushey Boi Mela. There were different writers of the books in the fair. There was also a stall where famous novelist (Jcb¨vwmK) Emdadul Haque Milon was present. Afterwards (cieZx©‡Z) I enjoyed a cultural programme. In fact, I enjoyed (Dc‡fvM Kiv) my visit to the Ekushey Boi Mela. Please convey my regards to your parents and others.

No more today.

Yours loving friend,

Ricky                              [* Draw an envelope]

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