নবম শ্রেণীর ইংরেজি প্রথম অধ্যায় ১.১.১, ১.২.১ সমাধান - ২০২৪ Class 9 english opinion matters Unit - 1,Lesson : 1.1.1,1.2.1 Solution 2024

Mohammed Ahsan
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নবম শ্রেণীর ইংরেজি প্রথম অধ্যায় ১.১.১, ১.২.১ সমাধান - ২০২৪ Class 9 english opinion matters Unit - 1,Lesson 1.1.1,1.2.1 Solution 2024


1.1.1 Look at the following illustrations, and in pairs/groups, discuss what they depict (facts). Afterwards, discuss what you would have done if you were present in those special moments. Later, share your responses with the class. (One is done for you.)

Illustration 1

Illustration 1
The fact: This illustration depicts the the mangrove forests. These mangrove forests are usually grown in saline, muddy and partially waterlogged areas. Due to the saline soil, the roots of these forest trees are quite scattered and cannot go deep into the soil. Indonesia, Brazil, Australia, and Niger account for 43% of the world's mangrove forests. Located in Bangladesh, the Sundarbans is the single largest mangrove forest in the world and is recognized by the world as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
My thoughts on the mangrove forest: Personally, I find these different and unique forests a rare creation of nature. We need to protect our Sundarbans by any means. Also, the mangrove forest inspires me to fight against all odds and make my own place in the world.

Illustration 2

Illustration 2
The fact: The National Martyrs' Memorial is the national monument of Bangladesh, built to honour and remember those who died during the War of Liberation and Genocide in 1971, which resulted Bangladesh's independence. The monument is located in Savar, about 35 km north-west of the capital, Dhaka. It was designed by Syed mainul Hussain. Each of these seven pairs of walls represents the significance chapter of Bangladesh.
My thoughts on it: This national monument of Bangladesh signifies the important events of Bangladesh. This memorial is very important for the young generation because the young generation will develop interest in knowing the history of Bangladesh by visiting this memori feel a great sense of pride when I visit the National Memorial.

Illustration 3

Illustration 3
The fact: The image showes us The Bangabandhu Satellite-1.The Bangabandhu Satellite-1 is the first Bangladeshi geostationary communications and broadcasting satellite. It is named after the father of the nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. It was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space and launched on 12 May 2018.
My thoughts on it: Bangabandhu Satellite-1 is one of the biggest achievements in Bangladesh. Through this, Bangladesh's communication system and internet system have improved a lot. The people of Bangladesh are benefiting a lot from this satellite. It's really a great thing for us.

Illustration  4

Illustration  4
The fact: This person in the image is Alexander Graham Bell. He was a Scottish-born Canadian- American inventor, scientist and engineer who is credited with patenting the first practical telephone. He also co-founded the American Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1885.
My thoughts on it. His invention of the telephone really took a step forward in communication. As a result of his invention, we can communicate with each other very easily. Alexander Graham Bell played a very important role in modernising the world. 

1.2.1 Now, read the following texts. Then, in pairs/ groups, list the facts described in the texts and the writers' opinions on the topic. Then, write about how the writers' opinions influence your thoughts. Finally, share it with the class.


Fact

Writers' opinions regarding the text

How writers' opinions influenced me to develop my opinion about the text

Text-1
It was 25th September 1974, Bangabandhu gave his historic speech in the 29th session of the United Nations General Assembly just after a week Bangladesh became a member of the UN.1
 As Bangalees, Bangabandhu's speech at the United Nations Assembly is a matter of great pride for us.  As Bangalees, Bangabandhu's speech at the United Nations Assembly is a matter of great pride for us.
 Text-2
The Pyramid of Khufu, the largest among the three pyramids at Giza, holds the record for the world's largest stone structure, standing over 480 feet high, and was constructed during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu, making it a monumental relic of Egypt's Old
Kingdom era built approximately 4,500 years ago.

 Writers have different thoughts about the Pyramids at Giza.Some wonder how they were built, others talk about the Pharaohs' power, and a few discuss the ancient Egyptians' technology. These ideas help us learn more about the old pyramids and the time they were made.  Hearing what differen Online English writers say about the Pyramids at Giza made me think more about them. Some writers focus on the mystery of how they were built, while others talk about the power of the Pharaohs. Each writer has their own ideas, and listening to them helped me form my own opinion about these ancient structures.
 Text-3
The Asian elephant, with its trunk - containing up to 60,000 muscles, faces threats in Bangladesh, primarily from habitat loss due to increasing human populations and poaching for ivory, food, and leather.
 Wildlife in Bangladesh, discussing aspects such as the tourism sector's impact, government initiatives, specific threats to banteng, hispid hare, and Asian elephants, and the challenges posed by habitat loss and poaching.  Reading what different writers say about wildlife in Bangladesh has helped me understand more and think about how we can take care of the animals and the environment.
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