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৮ম শ্রেণির ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর। Class 8 English assignment 11th week

আজ তোমাদের ৮ম শ্রেণির ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট উত্তর দেওয়া হবে।

তোমরা যারা অষ্টম শ্রেণির শিক্ষার্থী এবং ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট নমুনা উত্তর খুজছো তাদের জন্যই আজকের পোস্টটি। তোমরা এখানে ৮ম শ্রেণির ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট ১১ সপ্তাহের সম্পূর্ণ উত্তর পাবে।
সাইনমেন্ট ক্রমঃ ৮ম শ্রেণি ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি এসাইনমেন্ট ৪

অধ্যায়ঃ ৩ Health and Hygiene

এসাইনমেন্ট বিষয়বস্তুঃ

Lesson 3: Hygiene

Priya lives in a village. Nowadays. she is confident in the four walls of her school! has been closed since 17 March 2020. She became scared when she came to know that a deadly virus named Corona spread all over the world and the Government of Bangladesh requested people to stay at home to stop the spread widely. To maintain personal health and hygiene, people need to eat nutritious food and take regular physical exercise, wash hands frequently and maintain social distance to be safe, however, it makes her sad seeing many people not following the safety rules.

Now, think of the existing worldwide corona pandemic situation. List 10 protective measures and make a poster to stop the spread of corona-virus disease, COVID-19.

বিষয়স্তুটির বাংলা অনুবাদঃ

প্রিয়া একটি গ্রামে থাকেন। আজকাল। তিনি চার দেওয়ালকে তার স্কুল হিসাবে আত্মবিশ্বাসী! ১ মার্চ ২০২০ সাল থেকে এটি বন্ধ রয়েছে। যখন তিনি জানতে পারেন যে করোনা নামে একটি মারাত্মক ভাইরাস সারা বিশ্বে ছড়িয়ে পড়েছে এবং বাংলাদেশ সরকার ব্যাপকভাবে ছড়িয়ে পড়া বন্ধ করার জন্য মানুষকে ঘরে থাকার অনুরোধ করেছে। ব্যক্তিগত স্বাস্থ্য এবং স্বাস্থ্যবিধি বজায় রাখার জন্য, মানুষকে পুষ্টিকর খাবার খাওয়া এবং নিয়মিত শারীরিক ব্যায়াম করা, ঘন ঘন হাত ধোয়া এবং নিরাপদ থাকার জন্য সামাজিক দূরত্ব বজায় রাখা প্রয়োজন, তবে, অনেক লোক নিরাপত্তার নিয়ম না মানা দেখে তাকে দুঃখিত করে।

এখন, বিশ্বব্যাপী বিদ্যমান করোনা মহামারী পরিস্থিতি সম্পর্কে চিন্তা করুন। করোনভাইরাস রোগ, কোভিড -১৯ এর বিস্তার বন্ধ করতে ১০ টি সুরক্ষামূলক ব্যবস্থা তালিকাভুক্ত করুন এবং একটি পোস্টার তৈরি করুন।

এসাইনমেন্ট নির্দেশনাঃ Students are asked to follow the general rules of making a poster.

এসাইনমেন্ট নির্দেশনার অনুবাদঃ শিক্ষার্থীদের পোস্টার তৈরির সাধারণ নিয়ম মেনে চলতে বলা হয়।

মূল্যায়ন রুব্রিক্সঃ Excellent:

Students will be awarded ‘Excellent’ for relevant information, appropriate content & grammar, spelling, punctuation. complete communication and creativity.

Very Good:

Students will be awarded *Very Goad’ for relevant information, appropriate content, and grammar, spelling, punctuation. —_—partial communication and creativity.

Good:

Students will be awarded ‘Good” for inadequate content, errors. in grammar, spelling & punctuation mistakes, less communication, and creativity.

Needs Improvement:

Students will be awarded ‘Needs Improvement’ for _ irrelevant information, inappropriate content, frequent grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes along with incomplete communication and creativity.

Class 8 Math Assignment Answer 2021 (7th Week) ৮ম শ্রেণির গণিত

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৮ম শ্রেণির ১১ সপ্তাহের ইংরেজি অ্যাসাইনমেন্ট

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Covid-19: 36 die, 1,134 infected, 2,239 recover in 24 hours

Online Report,17 Dec
Thirty-six people have died from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, according to a press release issued by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

The total number of deaths has now reached 7,192 and the death rate stands at 1.45 percent.

At least 1,134 new infections were recorded during this period, taking the total number of people infected to 4,96,975, the release added.

The current positivity rate is 8.60 percent, while the total positivity rate stands at 16.37 percent.

A total of 13,191 samples were tested across the country in the last 24 hours.

‘India have enough batting to win without Kohli, Rohit’

The daily star desk:
Sachin Tendulkar is confident India have the batting depth and talent to overcome the absences of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in their four-test series against Australia. Skipper Virat Kohli will fly home after this week’s series opener in Adelaide for the birth of his first child and injured opening batsman Rohit will miss at least the first two tests. However, Tendulkar

Don’t use religion as a political tool: PM

Online Report,15 December:
Terming people of the country “religious” and not fanatics, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today called upon all not to use religion as a political tool.

“The people of Bangladesh are religious, not fanatics. Don’t use religion as a political tool. Everyone has the right to practice their own religion. It (Bangladesh) is a country of communal harmony. It was liberated with the blood of Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians,” the premier said while addressing the nation from Gono Bhaban, on the occasion of Victory Day.
“This is the Bangladesh of Lalon, Rabindranath Tagore, Kazi Nazrul Islam and Jibanananda Das. This is the Bangladesh of Shahjalal, Shah Paran, Shah Makhdum and Khanjahan Ali. This is Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Bangladesh; Bangladesh of sixteen and a half crore Bangalees. This country belongs to everyone,” she said.

Reiterating that the government will not allow any kind of division and chaos in the name of religion, Sheikh Hasina said people of the country will move forward on the path of progress and development while upholding religious values.

She said a section of the defeated forces in 1971 has been trying to distract devoted Muslims with false and fictitious statements.

In Argentina, Maradona’s death sets off a vivid display of public grief

The New York Times,Published: 2020-11-27
People laid flowers and lit candles below the mural of Diego Maradona outside the stadium here that bears his name. A man cried inconsolably.

At the Obelisk in central Buenos Aires, another man waved a banner depicting Maradona that read, “God Is Argentine.”

There was a sense of incredulity in Argentina on Wednesday as word spread that the soccer star had died that morning at his home in Tigre, north of Buenos Aires. The government decreed three days of mourning.

Often called one of the game’s best players, Maradona was revered by his fellow Argentines — not just for his prowess on the field but also for his rise from poverty to global stardom. He stayed a national hero even as his personal life, which included long spates of drug and alcohol abuse, made him tabloid fodder around the world.

As people gathered across the country to honour the man often simply referred to “El Diego,” some chose the Buenos Aires stadium where he got his start in 1976, as a young player in the Argentinos Juniors club, and which was later renamed for him.

“The first time I saw him I couldn’t believe it,” said Hugo Daniel Santiuste, 66, who said he saw Maradona’s second-ever match at the stadium. “I had never seen anything like it.”

Bangladesh reports 64 new virus deaths, a daily record; caseload crosses 145,000

Desk,30 June:
Bangladesh has registered 64 new deaths from the novel coronavirus infection, the highest in a single day, raising the body count to 1,847.

The caseload surged to 145,483 on the back of 3,682 positive tests for COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8am Tuesday, according to the health directorate.

Another 1,844 infected patients recovered at home and in hospital in the same period, taking the tally to 59,624, DGHS Additional Director General Nasima Sultana said in a media briefing. The recovery rate from the disease currently stands at 40.98 percent, while the mortality rate is 1.27 percent.

The latest fatalities include 52 men and 12 women. In terms of their ages, seven were between 31 and 40, six between 41 and 50, 21 between 51 and 60, 16 between 61 and 70, 11 between 71 and 80, while three were over 81 years.

Govt reprimands GP, Robi for streaming ‘uncensored’ web series

The government has taken Grameenphone and Robi to task, asking the mobile telecom operators to explain why they were hosting “uncensored” and “indecent” video content on their platforms and networks.

A government statement said on Thursday that the information ministry had asked the chief executive officers of the companies to explain their action within seven days.

“It has come to the government’s attention that the recently uploaded and distributed content in a web series contained uncensored nudity, offensive scenes, story and dialogue,” a government letter sent to the CEOs read.

“The government wants to know whether you are officially registered or have any licence to upload and distribute such video content on your platforms and networks, and if so, what they are,” it added.

The government went on to say that the reaction towards the web series from the media and other quarters had been ‘extremely negative’.

The content, according to it, was uploaded and distributed in breach of law and goes against social values.

“Such uncensored and obscene scenes, stories and dialogues completely contradict laws such as Section 69 of Bangladesh Telecommunications (Amendment) Act, 2010, Sections 4 and 8 of Pornography Control Act, 2012, Digital Security Act, 2018, Penal Code, 1860 of Information and Communication Technology Act, 2006,” the government said.

The letter lamented that such activities were not expected of organisations as big as Grameenphone and Robi.

Bangladesh loses four doctors to COVID-19 in a day

Train services to resume at half capacity Sunday

Desk,30 may:
The government has decided to restrart inter-city train services at half the passenger capacity from Sunday as the country comes out of a two-month lockdown over the coronavirus outbreak.

Ticket prices, however, will remain unchanged, Railways Minister Nurul Islam Shujon said in a media briefing on Saturday.

All tickets must be purchased online.

“Eight pairs of trains will resume operations on Sunday in keeping with the usual schedule. Another 11 pairs of trains will start operating on June 3. A total of 38 trains will be in operation initially,” the minister said.

Bangladesh public transport services to resume May 31

Senior Correspondent, 28 May 2020 :
Bangladesh will allow public transport services such as buses, trains and launches to restart operations with a fixed number of passengers from May 31, the day after the nationwide lockdown over the coronavirus outbreak ends.

The public administration ministry on Wednesday announced that the lockdown, which has been in effect since Mar 26, will not be extended beyond May 30.

In an order on Thursday, the Cabinet Division said the government will outline the steps that will have to be taken to resume public transport services between May 31 and Jun 15.

Banking hours will return to normal from Sunday

Chief Economics Correspondent, 28 May 2020

Bangladesh Bank has asked banks to shift back to normal transaction hours from 10am to 4pm from Sunday after two months of transactions for limited hours due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The banks in moderate- and high-risk zones will continue conducting transactions for limited hours – from 10am to 2:30pm, the central bank said in an order on Thursday.

Guidance on social distancing and other health safety rules will continue to remain in effect. The banks will have to report efforts to ensure the rules.

Carew & Co produce affordable hand sanitiser

carew_shikkhaSarup Das:
Demands for hand sanitiser and liquid soap has spiked following the global coronavirus outbreak. Against this backdrop, Carew & Co in Darsana is all set to mass-produce hand sanitisers to meet the growing demand.

The country’s only state-owned distillery has already produced hand sanitisers on a test basis and will start marketing it soon at affordable prices.

The company is now waiting for a nod from Bangladesh Sugar and Food Industries Corporation (BSFIC) to start their production. It will be marketed under the name ‘Carew’s Hand Sanitizer’.

“Our hand sanitisers consist of 60 to 70 percent rectified spirit, glycerine, colour and fragrance. Expert chemists have been involved with the production and this sanitiser can kill any virus instantly,” said Jahid Ali Ansary, managing director of Carew & Co.

“We are capable of producing as much as needed and we plan to sell it through our distribution points — 13 warehouses and three sales centers. We plan on setting up selling points in front of the corporation’s head office and in front of the industries ministry. It can also be sold through pharmacies across the country,” he said.

The company plans on charging Tk 60 for a 100ml bottle of hand sanitiser, which according to Ansary is much cheaper than the ones available in the market.

Narendra Modi confirms Dhaka visit

Desk,5 March:
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has postponed his visit to Belgium in view of worldwide Coronavirus outbreak, but he will attend the inauguration of centenary celebration of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, according to New Delhi correspondent.
Spokesperson of Ministry of External Affairs Raveesh Kumar confirmed that PM Modi will visit Dhaka to attend the inauguration of centenary birth celebration of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman .

He reminded that when PM Sheikh Hasina came to Delhi has invited PM Modi to attend the centenary birth celebration of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib. PM Modi has accepted the invitation and he will definitely attend .Details of his programme will be informed later.


Mashrafe Bin Mortaza steps down as Bangladesh ODI captain

Desk,5 march:
Bangladesh’s ODI captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza has announced to step down from the position of skipper. The 36-year-old indicated he wishes to continue playing the format if picked but wants to pass on the mantle of leadership.

The captain made the announcement before the media on Thursday, a day before the third ODI.
He said that the third and final ODI of the series against Zimbabwe, scheduled to be played on Friday, will be his last as captain for the Bangladesh ODI side.

Mortaza, who made his senior team debut in 2001, was first named ODI captain in 2010. After a few short stints, he reclaimed the leadership role in November 2014, leading the side to their first-ever knockouts appearance at World Cup, 2015.

Mashrafe Mortaza has led the side 87 in games, winning 49 and losing 36 – a record unparalleled in Bangladesh cricket.


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