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William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18

SONNET 18 William Shakespeare    Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?  Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date:  Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm’d;  And every …

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S.S.C Model Test (English 2nd Paper)

                                 S.S.C  Model Test                                       English 2nd  Paper Time : 3 hours                       …

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Similar Words

Similar Words for Class VI Students (Based on Model Questions)  Advance Publications   Model Question (06-09) Main Words Similar Words Speak Tell, utter, talk, say, mention, ask, express, narrate, converse, pronounce Shop Store, market, manufactory, merchandise Happy Glad, pleased, delighted, blessed, satisfied, joyful Shopkeeper Merchant, shop man, dealer, seller, trader Father Parent, papa, daddy, pater, originator, …

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Changing Parts of Speech

                Changing Parts of Speech for Class Vii                                       (Model Question 25-30 of Advance Book)   Noun Verb Adjective Adverb Importance (gravity, status, reputation,  significance, consequence ) Important  (vital, significant, essential, …

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Vocabulary Test for Class Vii

1. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words from the table. 0.5×5=2.5 Less, least, enough, more, most   Rafiq’s great-grandfather had the most land. He had thirty-five bighas of land (a) —– than his son and it was (b) —– for his large family. Rafiq’s grandfather had the (c) —– land. He had three bighas …

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Sabina’s Grandfather Anwar Hussain

Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions below it. Many years ago Sabina’s grandfather travelled to Thailand. He stayed there for a few weeks and saw many things. He saw the farmers in their fields. The sun was very hot. “There is no rain, but the crops are green. Where does the …

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The Lifestyle of Mongolians

                         The Lifestyle of Mongolians         The people of Mongolia are called Mongolians who lead their livelihood by farming sheep and doing agriculture. Most of them are nomads and they live in tents which are called ‘Yurts’. The yurts are very easy to build …

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Dividing the Bread

                         Dividing the Bread     Once there were two rets who were very foolish and unclear with each other.  One day they found a piece of bread and they could not agree on how to divide it. Each rat wanted to get a larger piece …

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Abdur Rahman

                                Abdur Rahman Once there was a rich farmer called Abdur Rahman who was born more than a hundred years ago in a village. He had a lot of lands and he employed two or three farmers in his lands in order to cultivate them properly. …

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The Floating Market

                        The Floating Market        A market which stands temporary and can move from one place to another easily is called floating market. It is an important place for both in town and village because different types of essential goods are sold here. There …

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