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Class 8 english 1st paper filling in a form lesson-2 and going through immigration-lesson-3
Class- VIIIClass- VIII
English 1st paperEnglish 1st paper
Unit - 1Unit - 1
Lesson -2,3Lesson -2,3
Presented by:Presented by:
Fauzia JesminFauzia Jesmin
Asst. TeacherAsst. Teacher
Department of EnglishDepartment of English
1 December 20131 December 2013
Key wordsKey words
expire- to be no longer valid because the period of
renew - to begin again after a pause or an interruption
visa- a stamp in passport by a foreign country that gives
permission to enter
valid- that is legally or officially acceptable
departure- act of leaving a place
booth- a small confined place where you can do privately
counter- a long flat surface over which goods are sold or
business is done in a shop
scan- to look at every part carefully
machine readable- in a form that a computer can understand
After completing this lesson students will be
fill a departure card
know the validity of passport and visa
know about the processing of immigration
know new words
Mita’s full name is Mita Sultana Ahmed. She was born
on 6 May 1998. She got her passport on July 09, 2010.
It’s a five - year passport. It will expire on 8 June 2015.
After that she has to renew her passport. Her passport
number is AB 9842251. She is going to Thailand by
Bangladesh Biman, flight number BG 88 on 14 July
2012. Mita got her visa from the Royal Thai Embassy in
Dhaka. Her visa number is T 9115138. The visa was
issued in Dhaka on 29 June 2012. The visa is valid for
three months. It will expire on September 27, 2012. It is
a tourist visa. If you are travelling on a tourist visa, you
are not allowed to study or work there.
Zara's parents Mrs Jhuma Islam, Mr Mazharul Islam, Zara and Mita, fill in their
departure cards and move towards the immigration counter. Mita stands in front
of one of the booths. She hands in her passport and the departure card to the
officer. The immigration officer goes through Mita's passport, visa and the
departure card. "Are you travelling alone?" asks the officer. "No. I'm going with
my aunt, uncle and cousin," says Mita.
"They are right there on that counter."
"Is this your first visit to Thailand?"
"How long are you going to stay there?"
"Seven to ten days."
"Where are you going to stay?"
" In a hotel."
The officer is talking as well as going through Mita's papers. He finds the
papers OKHe smiles and stamps her passport. The officer keeps the departure
card, and returns the passport to Mita "Have a safe journey."
Mita waits for her aunt, uncle and Zara on the other side of the immigration.
Once all of them are done they walk towards the passengers' departure lounge.