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Lesson # 1 The Voice of God

Q.i) Why did author climb the topmost steeple?


Ans: Louis I. Newman, the poet of the poem The Voice of God climbed the topmost
steeple in order to hear the voice of God.
Q.ii) Why did God tell him to go down again?
Ans: Louis I. Newman, the poet of the poem The Voice of God wants to get closer to God.
So he climbs the topmost steeple as he thinks that God lives in the sky. But God
declares that He lives among the people. Therefore, He asks the poet that he should go
down and seek the pleasure of God in the service of humanity.
Q.iii)Say in your own words what you think is the message of this?
Ans: Louis I. Newman, the poet of the poem The Voice of God wants us to get closer to
God through the service to humanity as the service to humanity is the service to God.
He gives us the message that God lives among the people. So He can be found in the
service of humanity.
Q.iv) What do you know about Louis I. Newman? OR Write a few lines about Louis I.
Newman. OR Who was Louis I. Newman?
Ans: Louis I. Newman was an American poet. He was born in 1893 and was died in 1972. He
studied at Brown University and after his doctorate lectured at Columbia. He wrote
many books on religious subjects. Poem The Voice of God brings out his religious
bent of mind.
Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) Why did God ask the poet to go down again in the poem The Voice of God?
(2012, 11)
Ans: Louis I. Newman, the poet of the poem The Voice of God wants to get closer to God.
So he climbs the topmost steeple as he thinks that God lives in the sky. But God
declares that He lives among the people. Therefore, He asks the poet that he should go
down and seek the pleasure of God in the service of humanity.
Q.ii) Who wrote the poem The Voice of God? What does the poet want us to do?
(2010, 07)
Ans: Louis I. Newman wrote the poem The Voice of God. He wants us to get closer to God
through the service to humanity as the service to humanity is the service to God. He
gives us the message that God lives among the people. So He can be found in the
service of humanity.
Q.iii)What is the message of the poem The Voice of God? (2009, 08)
Ans: Louis I. Newman, the poet of the poem The Voice of God wants us to get closer to
God through the service to humanity as the service to humanity is the service to God.
He gives us the message that God lives among the people. So He can be found in the
service of humanity.

Lesson # 2 The Wise Caliph


Q.i) What was Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid known and respected for?
Ans: The Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid was known and respected for his justice and wisdom. At
night, he would disguise himself and go through the streets of Baghdad and would
mingle with common people in order to gain first-hand knowledge of their difficulties
and problems.
Q.ii) Why did he go through the street of Baghdad?
Ans: see Q.i
Q.iii) What did the Qazi say to the Caliph?
Ans: The Qazi said to the Caliph, O Leader of the Faithful! Ive brought before you a
dispute which I could not settle. It is a very difficult case, but I am certain that with
your knowledge and wisdom, you will pronounce a just decision.
Q.iv) What was the dispute between the rich man and the beggar?
Ans: The dispute between the rich man and the beggar was because of a beautiful white
horse. Each one of them claims and swears that the horse is his. They also accuses each
other of robbery.
Q.v) What did the rich man tell the Caliph?
Ans: The rich man told the Caliph that he was riding to the city. On his way he saw a beggar
limping along the road. The beggar asked for a ride up to the city gate which he could
not refuse as he was limp. But at the city gate, he (the beggar) refused to dismount and
claimed the ownership of the horse.
Q.vi) What did the beggar tell the Caliph?
Ans: The beggar told the Caliph that he was a very rich man once. He spent all his money on
the horse. When he was riding to the city that morning the rich man asked him for a lift
because he (the rich man) was in hurry. But at the city gate he (the rich man) claimed
his ownership and refused to dismount the horse. The rich man also told him that such a
fine horse should not belong to a beggar.
Q.vii) Why did the beggar refused to get down the horse?
Ans: The beggar refused to get down the horse because he wanted to rob the rich man of the
horse. He also created a false story for his ownership.
Q.viii) What did the horse do when the beggar touched it?
Ans: When the beggar touched the horse, it winced as if it did not like the touch of his hand.
It showed that the beggar was a stranger for the horse.
Q.ix) What did the horse do when the rich man touched it?
Ans: When the rich man touched the horse it snorted and neighed with pleasure. It showed
that the rich man was familiar to it.
Q.x) What did the Caliph say to the beggar?
Ans: The Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid said to the beggar after the settlement of dispute, you are
a liar and a wicked man. You tried to rob an honest and respectable citizen. You deserve
severe punishment, but I shall be merciful and forgive you this time, if you, beg
forgiveness of this gentleman here.

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.xi) What did the Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid say to the beggar after the settlement of
dispute? (2014)
Ans: See Q.x
Q.xii) How did the Caliph prove that the beggar was a liar? (2013) OR How did the
Caliph prove/discover/find out the real owner of the horse? (2010, 08, 06, 05)
Ans: The Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid proved/discovered/found out the real owner of the horse
or that the beggar was a liar through the loving behavior of the horse to its master. At
the touch of the beggar the horse winced as if it did not like the touch of his hand. But at
the touch of the rich mans hand, the horse snorted and neighed with pleasure.
Q.xiii) What is Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid known and respected for? (2012)
Ans: See Q.i

Q.xiv) What was the reaction of the horse when the rich man touched it? (2007)
Ans: see Q.ix
Q.xv) Why did the Caliph Haroon-ur-Rashid disguise himself? (2006)
Ans: see Q.i

Lesson # 3 Professions
Q.i) What does akhund mean?
Ans: Akhund is a Sindhi word which means teacher. It comes from a Persian word
Khandan which means to read.
Q.ii) How does a teacher fulfil Gods command?
Ans: A teacher fulfils Gods command by acting upon the first revelation which says:
Read. Hence a teacher is a reader par excellence. He has the ability of reading Gods
words written on the human heart or the Holy Book or in nature.
Q.iii)What are the qualities of a teacher?
Ans: A teacher/ A good teacher has the following personal and professional qualities:
a) Loves and appreciates the profession of teaching.
b) Prefers the welfare and progress of the students.
c) Respects the human beings.
d) Speaks of the wonders of nature with reverence.
e) Ponders over the sacred writings.
f) Has thirst for knowledge and remains student forever.
g) Strives to know what is true, good and beautiful.
h) Follows the examples of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) and acts upon what he
preaches.
Q.iv) Why is fish important for us?
Ans: Fish is important for us because of being an important source of our food. Millions of
people are engaged in catching fish, so it is also an occupation and a flourishing trade.

Q.v) What are the different modes of fishing?


Ans: There are two kinds of fishing:
a) Inland or freshwater fishing: It is done in rivers, streams, canals, lakes and
ponds. It can easily be done.
b) Sea or marine fishing: It is done in the Arabian Sea along the coast. It has many
dangers.
Q.vi) Why do people like freshwater fish?
Ans: People like freshwater fish because they are small in size but tastier than the sea fish.
The can easily be caught from river, streams, canals, lakes and ponds.
Q.vii) Where is marine fishing done in Pakistan?
Ans: In Pakistan, marine fishing is done in the Arabian Sea along the coast. In the fishing
season, boats of all sizes go out, face the dangers of the sea and catch fish.
Q.viii) What are the dangers of marine fishing?
Ans: Marine fishing has a lot of dangers. The dangers of marine fishing include prolong stay
in the sea and sudden change of weather. Sometimes the weather turns rough without
warning. These boats are than at the mercy of storm against which they are quite
helpless. It can result in the loss of several lives.

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) How is the government taking interest in improving and modernizing the fish
industry? (2014)
Ans: The government is taking keen interest in improving and modernizing the fish industry.
Fisherman are given loans for their needs. Fishing nets of good quality are being made
available at low price. Fish harbours and fish markets are being set up. Weather-stations
are being built to inform the boats of storms. Some boats are now fitted with wireless
receivers. A Fisheries Training Institute and a Fisheries Technological Laboratory have
also been set up at Karachi.
Q.ii) Why is fish important for us? Why do people like fresh water fish? (2012, 11)
Ans: See Q.iv & vi
Q.iii)What does Akhund mean? State the qualities of a good teacher? /What are the
qualities of a good teacher? (2011, 08, 06)/ State the professional qualities of a good
teacher. (2009)/What are the professional qualities of a good teacher? (2007)
Ans: See Q.i & iii
Q.iv) What does Akhund mean? How does a teacher fulfill Gods command? (2010)
Ans: See Q.i & ii
Q.v) What are the different modes of fishing? (2005)
Ans: See Q.v
Q.vi) Why do people of the east have a very high regard for the teachers? (2005)
Ans: Teachers strive to cultivate several personal and professional qualities for which people
in the East always have a very high regard for teacher, revering them as holy.

Lesson # 4 Little Things


Q.i) What is Eden? How can we make our world an Eden?
Ans: Eden means paradise. The poetess, of the poem Little Things proves the importance
of little things in a very effective method. As little drops of water can make mighty
ocean and little grain of sand can make vast land similarly little words of love and
sympathy can brings happiness and comfort in the human life. So, noble deeds treat
with the fellow human beings can make our world an Eden.
Q.ii) How does the poetess/ Julia Carney prove the importance of little things?
Ans: The poetess, of the poem Little Things proves the importance of little things in a very
effective method. She says that As little drops of water can make mighty ocean and little
grain of sand can make vast land similarly little words of love and sympathy can brings
happiness and comfort in the human life.
Q.iii)What is the central idea or the poem Little Things?
Ans: The central idea of the poem Little Things is that little deeds of kindness and little
words of love have great importance in the human life. As little drops of water can
make mighty ocean and little grain of sand can make vast land similarly little words of
love and sympathy can brings happiness and comfort in the human life. So, noble deeds
treat with the fellow human beings can make our world an Eden.
Q.iv) What do you know about Julia Carney?
Ans: The poem Little Things is written by Julia Carney. She was an American verse writer.
She was born in Boston in 1823 and died in 1908. Not much is known about her.

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) Who wrote the poem Little Things? (2014)


Ans: See Q.iv
Q.ii) What is the idea behind the poem Little Things? How can we make our world
an Eden? (2009, 05)
Ans: See Q.iii
Q.iii) Who wrote the poem Little Things? What makes our world an Eden? (2008, 06)
Ans: See Q.i

Lesson # 5 A Visit
Q.i) Why were Mr. Ahmads students excited?
Ans: Mr. Ahmads students were very excited about their picnic. The headmaster had allowed
them a days outing and they were to go by the school bus. Mr. Ahmad had arranged the
visit with Mr. Hassan, the manager of the Model Agricultural Farm.
Q.ii) What surprised the boys when they reached the model farm?
Ans: The boys were surprised with hugeness of the Model Agricultural Farm because they
had no idea that an agricultural farm could be so large and interesting.
Q.iii)What is the name of the machine working in the wheat field?
Ans: When the boys reached the farm as it was the wheat harvesting season they saw a huge
machine called Combine working in the vast wheat field. It cut the crops and tied it
into sheaves. With one sweep, it seemed to eat up a large area of the golden crop which
came out tied into a bundle at the other end.
Q.iv) What does a Thresher do?
Ans: A Thresher separates the grain from the chaff. From one end of it fell a golden rain of
sweet-smelling wheat, while chaff flew out at the other.
Q.v) How are ploughing, seeding and harvesting done on the model farm?
Ans: The whole process of ploughing, seeding, harvesting and threshing the corn is done
with machines on the model farm. One man with machine can do as much work as one
hundred men working without it.
Q.vi) How much work can one man do on the machine?
Ans: See Q.v
Q.vii) What is the average produce from an ordinary farm?
Ans: The average produce from an ordinary farm is 15 to 20 quintals of wheat for every
hectare.
Q.viii) What is the produce per hectare on the model farm?
Ans: The average produce on the model farm is 60 to 70 quintals of wheat for every hectare.
Q.ix) Why is there a difference in the output of the two?
Ans: A model farm produces three to four times as much wheat per hectare as an ordinary
farm does. It is due to the machinery used in the model farm, selection of the best seed,
plentiful supply of water and use of chemical fertilizers to enrich the soil. Finally
insecticide is also sprayed on the crops.
Q.x) What do they do to kill germs and insects?
Ans: Insecticide is sprayed on the crops at model farm to kill germs and harmful insects.
Q.xi) What do they grow on the model farm?
Ans: They grow wheat, maize, cotton, sugar-cane and gram. Moreover, they grow
vegetables and they also have a large orchard where they grow mangoes and oranges.
Q.xii) Why were the boys surprised on the vegetable farm?
Ans: At the vegetable farm, the boys were surprised to see growing there such vegetables as
were out of season. They were told that by using chemical fertilizers, with plentiful
supply of water and with help of machinery finer and better vegetables can be grown in
all seasons in larger quantities.

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) What would the Model Agricultural Farm use to milk the animals? What would
modern machinery make from milk? (2014)
Ans: Mr. Hassan the manager of the Model Agricultural Farm told the visitors that they
would use electric milker to milk the animals. Modern machinery would make cream
and butter from the milk and preserve it.
Q.ii) What surprised the boys when they reached the model farm? (2013)
Ans: See Q.ii
Q.iii) What does a Thresher do? (2012)
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Q.v) What is the name of the machine working on the wheat farm and what does it
do? (2011, 09)
Ans: See Q.iii
Q.vi) What is the difference between the old and the modern methods of farming?
(2008, 05)
Ans: The difference between the old and the modern methods of farming is that in the
modern methods huge machinery, chemical fertilizers is used. Insecticides are also sprayed
on the crops. Water is supplied throughout the year. While in the old methods of farming
farmers were unaware of the modern machineries. One man with machine can do as much
work as one hundred men working without it.

Lesson # 6 King Faisal


Q.i) When was King Faisal born?
Ans: The late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia was the second son of King Abdul Aziz Ibne
Saud. He was born in 1907.
Q.ii) From whom did King Faisal receive religious education?
Ans: The late King Faisal of Saudi Arabia was the second son of King Abdul Aziz Ibne
Saud. He received his early education from maternal grandfather Sheikh Abdullah
bin Abdul Latif.
Q.iii) When was Faisal made the King?
Ans: When his elder brother King Saud fell seriously ill in 1964, King Faisal was chosen
as the King by the Council of Ministers.
Q.iv) How did the Faisal rule Saudi Arabia?
Ans: King Faisal was an able ruler. He ruled Saudi Arabia wisely and justly. Under his rule,
Saudi Arabia made great progress in many fields. He increased the production of
mineral oil which is the main source of the income of Saudi Arabia. New factories
were set up and new lands were brought under cultivation. He developed education.
He also spread a network of hospitals and dispensaries all over the country.
Q.v) How did King Faisal develop his country?
Ans: King Faisal was an able ruler. He ruled Saudi Arabia wisely and justly. He spend a lot
of money on the development of his country. He increased the production of mineral
oil which is the main source of the income of Saudi Arabia. New factories were set up
and new lands were brought under cultivation. He developed education. He also
spread a network of hospitals and dispensaries all over the country.
Q.vi) What were the feelings of King Faisal about Pakistan?
Ans: King Faisal was a sincere friend and well-wisher of the people of Pakistan. He gave
generous help to Pakistan on several occasions. No one outside Pakistan could be
more unhappy than he was, on the separation of East Pakistan which is now
Bangladesh.
Q.vii) Why was King Faisal against the state of Israel?
Ans: King Faisal was against the state of Israel, because of its enmity towards the Arabs.
Israelites also set Al-Aqsa Mosque on fire. He, therefore, strengthened the Arabs in
their war against Israel and made every possible effort to get back the Arab territories
under the illegal occupation of Israel.

Q.viii) What did Faisal do for the Arabs in their war against Israel?
Ans: Israelites were the bitter enemy of the Arabs. King Faisal strengthened the Arabs in
their war against Israel and made every possible effort to get back the Arab territories
under the illegal occupation of Israel.
Q.ix) When did King Faisal die?
Ans: King Faisal died in an assault by a wicked nephew of his on 25 th March, 1975. The
Muslims all over the world mourned his death. He lived as a soldier and died as a
martyr.
Q.x) How did the Muslims feel over the death of King Faisal?
Ans: King Faisal died in an assault by a wicked nephew of his on 25 th March, 1975. The
Muslims all over the world mourned his death. The people of Pakistan, in particular
felt deep grief on the death of Faisal. Pakistanis mourned his death, as if an elder of
the family had passed away.

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) What did King Faisal do for the health care of his people? (2014)
Ans: King Faisal spent a lot of money on health care. He spread a network of hospitals and
dispensaries all over his vast kingdom. Now, a Bedouin, living even a thousand kilometer
from the capital, will find a hospital or dispensary not far from his where he lives.
Q.ii) When was Faisal made the king? How did he rule Saudi Arabia? (2012)
Ans: See Q.iii & Qiv
Q.iii) What did King Faisal do for the Arabs in their war against Israel? (2010)
Ans: See Q.viii
Q.iv) How did King Faisal develop his country and what was his desire? (2009, 05)
Ans: See Q.v & His keen desire was to get back the Arabs territories under the illegal
occupation of Israel and to unite the Muslims of the world.
Q.v) How did King Faisal develop his country? (2008)
Ans: See Q.v

Lesson # 7 From a Railway Carriage


Q.i) What does the poet see from a railway carriage?
Q.ii) What pleasures does the railway journey give to the poet?

Questions from previous Board Papers

Q.i) How is a railway journey a source of happiness? (2014)


Q.ii) What pleasure does the poet get while traveling in a railway carriage? (2010, 09)

Lesson # 8 Dignity of Work


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Q.i) How did the famous Muslim rulers set the examples of dignity of work? (2014,
07)
Q.ii) What lesson do we get from the life of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)? (2013)
Q.iii)How did our Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) and his companions set the examples of
dignity of work? (2010, 09)
Q.iv) What do you learn from the life of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H)? (2008)
Q.v) How did Sultan Nasiruddin earn his living? (2008)
Q.vi) What is meant by dignity of work? How did our Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) set the
examples of dignity of work? (2006, 05)
Q.vii) How did sultan Nasiruddin earn his living? (2006, 05)

Lesson # 9 A Nations Strength


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Q.i) What is the message of the poem A Nations Strength? (2013)


Q.ii) What kind of man can lift the nation/country to the sky? (2012, 11, 08, 06)
Q.iii)What can make a nation strong? (2010, 07)
Q.iv) Who wrote the moem A Nations Strength? According to the poet what
makes our world an Eden? (2005)

Lesson # 10 Beautiful Hands


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Q.i) What does the line These hands must folded bo mean? (2014)
Q.ii) Why does the poet compare mothers hands to a rainbow? (2013)
Q.iii)Whose hand does the poetess praise in the poem Beautiful Hands? Why does
she do so? (2012)
Q.iv) Whose hands are praised in the poem Beautiful Hands and why? (2011, 08)
Q.v) Why does the poetess praise the hands of mothers and why does she compare
them to a rainbow? (2010)
Q.vi) Whom does the poetess praise in the poem Beautiful Hands? (2006)

Lesson # 11 A Village Fair


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Q.i) What was a man doing on a tight rope? (2014)


Q.ii) How did the juggler and the conjurer entertain the people at the village fair?
(2012, 10, 07)
Q.iii)What is tent-pegging? (2011)
Q.iv) What are the different types of entertainments available in the village fair for
the children? (2009)
Q.v) What are the cash crops of Nigeria and who tent them? (2007)

Lesson # 12 Speak Gently


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Q.i) How can we win the hearts of people? (2014)


Q.ii) What does the poet/poetess in the poem Speak Gently tell us? (2010)
Q.iii)Why should we speak gently to others/all? (2009, 06)
Q.iv) What lesson do we learn from the poem Speak Gently? (2007)

Lesson # 13 Shopping
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Q.i) What did mother tell the children about the disadvantages of polythene bags?
(2014)
Q.ii) When do we use meter, kilometer, kilogram and liter? (2013)
Q.iii)What is the difference between beef and mutton? (2011, 09, 08)
Q.iv) Why are polythene bags replaced by paper bages? (2009)

Lesson # 14 The Hands That Rocks The Cradle


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Q.i) How can we say that the credit of all great achievements is due to the mother?
(2007)

Lesson # 15 An African Village


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Q.i) Why do the bush dwellers of Nigeria use wood at night? (2014)
Q.ii) Why can farmers not rear cattle in many parts of Africa? (2013)
Q.iii)Where is Nigeria? What sort of country is it? (2012, 11)
Q.iv) Who tend the cash and food crops in Nigeria? (2010)
Q.v) What are the chief exports of Nigeria? (2006)

Lesson # 16 King Bruce and the Spider


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Q.i) Who composed the poem King Bruce and the Spider? What does the poetess
teach the reader through this poem? (2014)
Q.ii) Who composed the poem King Bruce and the Spider and what lesson do we
get from it? (2012)
Q.iii)Who composed/wrote the poem King Bruce and the Spider and what lesson
did/does the king learn from the spider? (2011, 09)
Q.iv) Why did King Bruce decide not to give up his struggle? (2008)
Q.v) What lesson did King Bruce learn from the spider? (2005)

Lesson # 17 Inheritors
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Q.i) What property did the two brothers inherit from their father and what did
Azam suggest for division? (2013)/What was the suggestion of Azam about the
division of property? (2011)
Q.ii) Who fed the cow and who got the milk? (2012)
Q.iii)What did Moazam do when Azam was milkin the cow? (2010)
Q.iv) How was the property divided between the two brothers? (2007)

Lesson # 18 Casabianca
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Q.i) Who was Casabianca? Why did he not leave the burning deck? (2013)
Q.ii) What lesson do we learn from the poem Casabianca? (2011, 08)
Q.iii)What qualities does the boy in the poem Casabiance possess? (2007)

Lesson # 19 The Khyber Pass


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Q.i) Where is Torkham? What did the students see there and who welcomed them?
(2014)
Q.ii) What is the historical or commercial importance of the Khyber Pass? (2013)
Q.iii)What is the Khyber Pass? Name the highest place along the Khyber Pass.
(2012)/Which is the highest place along the Khyber Pass? (2010)
Q.iv) What is the Khyber Pass? How long is it? (2011, 08, 06)
Q.v) What is the Khyber Pass? State the historical importance of the Khyber Pass?
(2009)
Q.vi) What is the historical importance of the Khyber Pass? How long is it? (2005)
Lesson # 20 The Minstrel Boy
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Q.i) Who was the minstrel boy? Why did he destroy his harp? (2013)
Q.ii) Why did the minstrel boy destroy his harp? (2009, 07, 06)

Lesson # 21 How to Do Things


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Q.i) What games were arranged for the guests in the party? Why was Shahnaz
happy at the end of the party? (2013)
Q.ii) What tools are needed to mend a puncture and how is it done? (2010)
Q.iii)What does the kit for mending a puncture contain? (2009)
Q.iv) What is the process of mending a puncture at a cycle shop? (2007)

Lesson # 22 The Uses of Adversity


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Q.i) Write down moral of the poem The Uses of Adversity? (2013)

Lesson # 23 Making a Summary


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Q.i) Write down any three skills of making a summary? (2013)


Q.ii) How many skills are there to make a prcis? Mention any three of them. (2012)
Q.iii)How many skills are there to make a prcis? Name them. (2011)
Q.iv) What points must be kept in mind while making a summary? (2010, 07)

Lesson # 24 Theres a Good Time Coming


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Q.i) What future does poet promise for us in the poem Theres A Good Time
Coming? Do you agree with the poet? Why? (2012)
Q.ii) What future does poet promise for us in the poem Theres A Good Time
Coming? (2005)

Lesson # 25 The Customs of Various Regions of


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Q.i) What is the natural scenery of various regions of Pakistan? (2014)


Q.ii) What do you know about the civilization of the Valley of Mehran? (2013)
Q.iii)What is an Urs? Who are the famous saints of Sindh? (2012)
Q.iv) Who are the famous saints of Sindh? (2011)
Q.v) What are the various customs of the valley of Mehran? (2008, 07)
Q.vi) What are the famous crafts of Sindh? (2006)
Q.vii) How old is the civilization of Mehran? What are the famous crafts of this
valley?

Lesson # 26 The Man Who Wins


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Q.i) What is the message of the poem The Man Who Wins? (2010, 06, 05)

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