National University Honours 2nd Year English Syllabus 2022

Aims and objectives of this Paper:  To develop students’  English language skills, to enable them to benefit personally and professionally. The four skills ¾ listening, speaking, reading, and writing will be integrated to encourage better language use.


National University Honours 2nd year English (Compulsory) Syllabus 2022

  • Paper Code : 221109
  • Marks: 100
  • Non-Credit
  • Class Hours: 60
  • Paper Title: English (Compulsory)
  • Exam Duration: 3 Hours


Paper Code  221109 Marks: 100 Non-Credit Class Hours: 60
Paper Title: English (Compulsory) Exam Duration: 3 Hours


1. Reading and understanding                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                                         5× 4= 20

Students will be expected to read passages that they might come across in their everyday life, such as newspapers, magazines, general books, etc. Simple stories will also be included to give students a familiarity with different uses of the language.

[N.B.: 5 Questions are to be answered. Each question will carry 4 marks. There may be divided in each question]

a. Understanding different purposes and types of readings

b. Guessing word-meaning in context.

c. Understanding long sentences

d. Recognizing main ideas and supporting ideas.

e. Answering comprehension questions.

f. Writing summaries.



English Non-Credit Question and Solution 2023


2. Writing                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


a. Writing correct sentences, completing sentences, and combining sentences.  5

b. Situational writing: Posters, notices, slogans, memos, advertisements, etc.  4

c. Paragraph writing: Structure of a paragraph; topic sentences; developing ideas; writing a conclusion; types of paragraphs (narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive); techniques of paragraph development (such as listing, cause and effect, comparison, and contrast).           8



d. Newspaper writing: Reports, press releases dialogues, etc.

e. Writing resume

Or,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         f. Writing letters: Formal and informal letters, letters to the editor, request letters, job applications, complaint letters, etc.                                                                                                                             8

g. Essay: Generating ideas; outlining; writing a thesis sentence; writing the essay: writing introductions, developing ideas, writing conclusions; revising and editing.                                                         15

3. Grammar                 


a. Word order of sentences.

b. Framing questions.

c. Tenses, articles, subject-verb agreement, noun-pronoun agreement, verbs, phrasal verbs, conditionals, prepositions and prepositional phrases, infinitives, participles, gerunds. (Knowledge of grammar will be tested through contextualized passages).


4. Developing vocabulary:

Using the dictionary, suffixes, prefixes, synonyms, antonyms, changing word forms (from the verb to noun, etc.), and using them in sentences.


5. Translation from Bengali to English.



6. Speaking skills:

Speaking skills should be integrated with writing and reading in classroom activities.

The English sound system; pronunciation skills; the IPA system; problem sounds, vowels, consonants, and diphthongs; lexical and syntactic stress.

(Writing dialogue and practicing it orally students can develop their speaking skills. Dialogue writing can be an item in a writing test.)


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