Overview

OverviewThe Learning Care Academy is a center for excellence in advanced learning & study, training, research and counselling. The main objective of this academy is to provide an advanced level learning gateway where knowledge seekers can get easily a pathway of higher study and learn new skills. It also helps the learners, professionals, knowledge seekers as well as job seekers in providing quality study materials, tool kits, finding the correct pathway and make the best fit for facing new challenges.

Overview
The Learning Care Academy exists to advance the understanding, follow standards and global best practices, doing research for people management with human development care, business facilitation and corporate professionals as well. We offer a wide range of services to our applicants & clients.

It delivers its service through:
Impartation of knowledge, Advanced Study Care Facility and Training, Building Humans Capability to meet challenges.
Direct consultancy, solving problems and helping plan, and shape the future.
Research and publishing – understanding what needs to be done and making these findings readily available.
International alliances and cooperation.
Objectives
The Learning Care Academy is devoted to provide a set of excellent human skills enhancement services through research and abiding by global standards to make the people talent and competent in espying perseveringly the desired destination.
Beside Objectives
We tailor our services to the particular needs of the people management, knowledge & education management, human care. Our blend of skill and experience means that we can develop and offer a service which meets our clients’ needs precisely and effectively. Whilst our services are delivered mainly to applicants and clients in Bangladesh, we have a strong keenness and demand to work and make mutual understanding internationally also.

Human is the most valuable creature on the planet by Allah (SWT), taking proper care possibly convert to human capital. The academy is appealing a craving to you to take the chance to keep yourself an engagement of the people management suite to meet the challenges for prospect world.

Life is not a bed of roses

আমরা ছোট কাল থেকে শুনে আসছি Life is not a bed of roses অর্থ্যাৎ জীবন ফুল সজ্জা নয়। আসলেই তাই কারণ কষ্ট না করলে কোন কিছু অর্জন করা এক দূরহ ব্যাপার। পরিশ্রমকে সৌভাগ্যের প্রসূতি বলা হয়েছে। তবে কী শুধু কষ্ট বা পরিশ্রম করলেই সৌভাগ্য অর্জন করা সম্ভব? বিষয়টি মোটেও কিন্তু তা নয়।

Loan words from English language to Bengali language

A loanword (also loan word or loan-word) is a word adopted from one language (the donor language) and incorporated into another language without translation. This is in contrast to cognates, which are words in two or more languages that are similar because they share an etymological origin, and calques, which involve translation.

Sl. No. English Words Bangla
1 Tape টেপ
2 Doctor ডাক্তার
3 Police পুলিশ
4 Gate গেট
5 Hospital হাসপাতাল

 

Sl. No. English Words English IPA Bangla Bangla IPA
1 Tape /teɪp/ টেপ /tep/
2 Doctor /ˈdɒktə(r)/ ডাক্তার /daktar/
3 Police /pəˈliːs/ পুলিশ /pʊlIʃ/
4 Gate /ɡeɪt/ গেট /get/
5 Hospital /ˈhɒspɪtl/ হাসপাতাল /həʃpatal/

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Vowels & Consonants

A vowel is a speech sound made with the mouth fairly open, the nucleus of a spoken syllable.

A consonant is a sound made with the mouth fairly closed.

Consonants that are like vowels – approximants

The four consonant sounds like – “y”, “w”, “r”and “l” – are produced with less mouth constriction than other consonants, and in linguistics are called “approximants”.

Approximants occupy a kind of linguistic grey area between vowels and consonants, in fact “w” and “y” are also known as semivowels.

There’s very little difference between the consonant sound “y” and the vowel sound “ee” as in “see/sea/me”, and between the consonant sound “w” and the vowel sound “ooh” as in “moon/rule/grew”.

These sounds are classified as consonants because they generally behave like consonants, that is, they’re (in) syllable onsets not syllable nuclei.

Syllabic consonants

In many English dialects, the sound “l” can be a syllable all by itself in words like “bottle” and “middle”. This is also true of the sound “n” in words like “button” and “hidden”.

In these words, the tongue has just said “t” or “d”, so it’s already in the right place to go straight into the sound “l” or “n”, without saying a vowel first. However, we still write a “vowel letter” in this syllable (le, on, en) and we say a vowel sound in other words with similar final spellings, like “giggle” and “dabble”, “ribbon” and “beckon”, “happen” and “embiggen”.

The sound “m” can also act as a syllable in words like “rhythm” and “algorithm”, again because the sounds “th” and “m” are physically very close together. In this case we don’t write a “vowel letter” in the last syllable, but we do say a vowel sound in the last syllable of most words spelt like this, like “autism” and “criticism” (click here for more, see right column).

Tell language mavens who insist a consonant is never a syllable to stick that up their jumpers.

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