Nadia: Hello, Asif, how are you?
Asif: I am fine. What about you?
Nadia: I am quite good. What are you reading in the newspaper?
Asif: It is an article on the Illiteracy Problem Of Bangladesh.
Nadia: Illiteracy is a curse for our country. It brings other basic problems to human beings.
Asif: Yes, you are right. It keeps human beings unaware of their basic needs and rights. Illiterate people don’t know how to improve the standard of living.
Nadia: Hmm, the government should take steps to eradicate this curse from our country.
Asif: The present government has already started materializing its commitment-“illiteracy-free Digital Bangladesh”. Bangladesh government distributes textbooks free of cost among the primary and secondary level students every year
so that poor people send their children to school.
Nadia: It is a conclusive decision, indeed. The government has also started a “food for education program” to encourage children to go to school.
Asif: But the government cannot solve this problem alone. To make illiteracy-free in Bangladesh, every educated people should work hand in hand with the government.
Nadia: Yes, you are right. Okay, bye now.
Asif: Bye. See you later.