Question: We have to suffer much for traffic jams in city life. Your friend Rafiq. He lives in a village. Now, write a paragraph telling your friend how city life is hampered for traffic jams.
Answer: Traffic jam is a problem in all towns and cities in Bangladesh. It occurs when a mass of vehicles crowd so closely together that movement becomes impossible for some time. The causes of traffic jams are different in proportion to our population to roads have not increased. Most of the roads are narrow and have many bends. There are many unlicensed vehicles, which should be brought under control. Most of the drivers are not willing to obey the traffic rules. The number of traffic police is insufficient. Traffic jam is very vexatious and time killing. When we are caught in traffic Jams, we simply get truck up in one place. We can move neither forward nor backward. It causes great suffering to the ambulance carrying dying patients and the fire brigade vehicle. However, this problem can be solved by taking some seashores. Well planned spacious roads should be constructed. One way the movement should be introduced. Traffic rules should be imposed strictly. Sufficient traffic police should be posted on important points. After doing all these things we can hope to have a good traffic system for our easy and comfortable movement.