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Question: Answer the following questions to form a continuous paragraph. (100 words)

  1. How do the poor people suffer during the flood?
  2. How do you want to contribute to removing the sufferings of the flood victims?
  3. What are the main reasons for the flood?
  4. How does the flood damage the crops and communication system?
  5. What is the benefit we get from the flood?

Answer: Flood is one of the natural calamities in our country. It occurs almost every year here. It brings untold misery and sufferings to the people of this country. It washes away crops. It destroys houses and kills animals and human beings. People suffer from the accommodation. They take shelter on highlands, housetops, or trees. There are some reasons for the flood. It generally appears during the monsoon. Some big rivers flow through Bangladesh. Sometimes heavy rainfalls cause floods. Another important cause of the flood is the direct effect of the Farakka Barrage made by India on the Ganges. The flood damages the crop and communication system by inundating the fields and roads. However, the flood has some good effects. It makes the land fertile when new silt is deposited and helps grow good crops. Waste materials and human wastes are washed away and the environment becomes neat and clean. This is the benefit we get from the flood.


Paragraph on Floods In Bangladesh

Question: A Seminar “Floods in Bangladesh” was held in Public Library Auditorium a few days ago. You were asked to tell something about the “Flood in Bangladesh” Write about it. (Mention, cause, damage, after effect, merits, relief work.)

Answer: Bangladesh is a low land. It has many rivers. She is also in the monsoon area. It rains heavily during the monsoon period. So, floods are very common in our country. Almost every year flood visits our country. It causes heavy damage to our lives and properties, Houses are destroyed. cattle are washed away, crops are greatly damaged and trees are uprooted. Thousands of people become homeless or shelterless. They remain without food for many days. All communication from the outside world is cut off. The flood of 1998 broke the records of the past. Never before did the water level rise so high nor was the duration so long. The whole country went underwater. All communication was cut off. Normal activities were stopped for a long time. The miseries of 057,1 of the affected people knew no bounds. Crops were greatly damaged. Herds of cattle were washed away. Thousands of people died. In a word, the havoc was so great that it took a long time to repair the loss. The after-effects of floods are more serious. Famine breaks out. Many people die for want of food. The prices of all necessary things go up Many dangerous diseases like cholera, typhoid, dysentery, etc. break out in an epidemic form. Floods do a little good to man. During floods, our rivers carry a great deal of silt which makes the land fertile. As a result, many kinds of crops grow in plenty. Floods also carry away waste matters. During and after the flood the relief work should go on. Otherwise, the miseries of the affected people will increase. During the flood government and some other voluntary organizations come forward to help the flood-affected people. Proper steps should be taken to control floods. All the rivers should be excavated and a good drainage system should be introduced. A large number of sluice gates and outlets should be made for the easy passing of rainwater.

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