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1- Why does the writer apply the word terrible to the first year of Pakistans history as an independent state?
2- When and by whom was the name of Pakistan invented? What does it mean.
3- What happened to Birkenhead and how were the people saved? What does Birkenhead mean today?
4- When was the UNO founded and what inspired its foundation?
5- What are the functions of UNICEF and W.H.O.?
6- What was the experience of Stephen Leacock while he was opening his bank account?
7- What was the legend of Cernogratz family?
8- What was the rational explanation for these strange events?
9- Why did Manning never believe that king was the murderer?
10- Briefly explain why Johnson, Carter and Abbot were suspicious of king even before the revolver was found in his
room?
11- What is the difference b/w Objective thinking and Prejudiced thinking?
12- What happened to the language as a result of the Norman?
13- What is the theme or lesson of Under the Green wood Tree?
14- What are the qualities of a happy man as described in the poem The character of a happy life?
15- What charges were leveled by the king against the Abbot of Canterbury?
16- How does the shephered console the Abbot?
17- Describe the beauty of Sweet Auburn was given in The Deserted Village?
18- What do people think about Lucy Gray after her tragic death?
19- What scenes on the earth and in the sky are described by William Wordsworth in his sonnet Westminster
Bridge?
20- What is the message or philosophy of Robert Brownings poem Incident of the French Comp?
21- Why did Coventry patmore visit the bed of his little son? and what lesson does he give to the readers?
22- Why did the duel not take place b/w Albert & Monte Cristo?
23- What were the charges (allegations) leveled against the Count of Morcerf?
24- Why does the countess of Morcerf visit the house of Monte Cristo?
25- What document does the Count of Monte Cristo prepare after promising with the Countess of Morcerf to Space
Alberts life?
26- What does Prof. Corrie tell Mrs. Meldon about his invention?
27- What expectation did Henry Corrie have for his invention?
28- Why was Mrs. Meldon against Corries invention?
29- Who was Eddie? How did he die?
30- Fill in the blanks with appropriate preparation, articles and verbs where necessary;
* She stands ________ him, looking down _______ his body in ________ dazed way. She ________ crying
hysterically and she stoops and picks up _______ broken wreath.
31- Match the idioms of Column A with their interpretation given in column B use any one of them in your
sentence.
COLUMN A COLUMN B
(i) Apple of discord feel or consider are inferior
(ii) A burning question insincere expression of sorrow
(iii) Crocodile tears a cause of dispute
(iv) To beat about the bush a very important problem
(v) To look down upon to talk nonsense
(vi) Odds and ends A person with hidden qualities
(vii) A dark horse Unimportant
(viii) A rainy day Irregularity
(ix) By fits and starts Difficult time
(x) To break out To spread
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NOTE:
Answer any three questions from this section.
3- Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper telling him/her about frequent breakdown of electricity in the city. OR
road accidents and reckless driving OR regarding inconvenience caused by the general public due to strikes and
demonstrations.


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Write a story based on Greed is a curse or Unity is Strength or Honesty is the best policy or Might is right.
4- Write an essay on the ;
An interesting Cricket Match.
Unity of Muslims.
Uses and abuses of Media.
Merits and Demerits of Science.
5- Elaborate the character of Mrs. Meldon, Prof. Henry Corrie OR Countess of Morcerf.
6- Translate the following sentences in English:
Do practice of all tenses & sentences:
(i) SENTENCES SUCH AS :
* Imparative sentences
* Conditional sentences.
* Stative & possessive sentences.
* Compound sentences.
* Interrogative sentences.


















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