1- The writer is of the opinion that old books must not be destroyed.

False 2- The public was asked to send books to the naval force of America. False 3- People sent useless book to the troops because they jumped at the opportunity to get rid of books. True 4- The writer did not burn books in his kitchen because there was no kitchen in his flat. False 5- The writer liked to study books of English Language. False 6- Non-bookish people do not buy books. False 7- The writer went out to throw books in a river near his flat. True 8- The writer says that worthless books must be destroyed. True 9- The writer burnt his books in his study fire. False 123456789The The The The The The The The The story gives us lesson that we shall try to do every thing by ourselves. False story "The Man was A Hospital" is a serious story. False story gives us a lesson that little knowledge is dangerous. True writer was a superstitious person. True writer correctly thought that he had all the diseases. False writer went to American Museum Library to find the treatment of some slight disease. False writer considered himself a hospital himself’. True doctor realized the foolish thoughts of the writer. True writer still feels that his doctor saved his life. True

1. In this lesson, the writer tells the reasons of the boys who try but fail in college examination. 2. For the writer, the most pitiable boys are those who fail due to financial pressure. 3. By nervous habits, me writer means the bad habits of a boy, which waste his time and distract him, from the studies. 4. The hidden physical diseases told by the writer are sleeping sickness and nervous habits. 5. In case of mistaken ambition, the fault is of parents and not of the boy. 6. The writer of the lesson was in favor that boy must be free to choose his subjects of studies. 7. The writer tells that it is the responsibility of college administration to give scholarships to the poor students of college. 8. The writer strongly stressed all boys to either take part in, sports and athletic as a hobby or become professional sportsman and leave studies. 1. To listen the wake-up call of his maid early in the morning, the writer had an ominous feeling. 2. The real class experience of the writer was very bad and dismal. 3. The writer had an oppressive weight of school, which made school a bad experience for him. 4. The writer went to home after Friday as an escaped prisoner because he felt free from the exhausting routine of one long week. 5. The Christmas and Easter holidays were reduced finally to a fortnight only. 6. The writer called half-day school an "Unexpected Respite". 7. During summer holidays, the writer used to wear grey shorts and shirt with Weston's blazer. 8. During summer holidays, the writer stood outside sweet shops to buy some sweets for him. 9. "Cornet and Slider" are the names of ice cream. 10. No. 6 Miller-field Place is name of an airport. 1. In the story "On Destroying Books" the writer wants to criticize non-bookish people. 2. The writer loved to keep old books, if his flat was big. 3. The writer went out to throw books in a nearby sea. 4. Dogs suspiciously looked at the writer on his way to the bridge. 5. Bridge of the river was crowded by people at that time. 6. The writer was afraid to throw books because he felt fear of being watched. 7. The writer felt sorry about the books because the writer considered them his best friend. 8. The writer thinks that useless books must be destroyed as early as they are read. 9 The writer met a friend on his way to river. 1O. Old books must be sent to troops. 1. The writer did not have the disease Housemaid Knee's. 2. The writer considered himself equal to ordinarytl700 patients. 3. The writer did a good turn by going to his doctor becaz he could get a lot of practice out of him. 4. The writer thought himself very important for the students of medicine. 5. The writer could not find his pulse. 6. The writer found his heartbeat 147 per minute. 7. The doctor prescription was a piece of advice for the writer. 8. St. Vitus's Dance is name of a school of medical study. 9. The writer went to the British Museum. 10. The writer gives us the lesson that little knowledge is dangerous to interpret any thing. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Everybody in the bank laughed at the foolish activities of the writer. The author made so many mistakes at the bank because he was uneducated. The author was a coward person. The author used to keep his money in his socks before he went to the bank. The manager opened the account of the writer himself. The writer intentionally wrote 56 dollars on the cheque to be drawn. The writer accepted his mistake that he wrongly wrote 56 dollars on the cheque. The writer was confused in the bank; therefore, he made so many mistakes.

1- In the story "My Financial Career" the writer tells his personal experience of opening a bank account. True 2- The salary of the writer was not increased. False 3- The raised salary of the writer was 56 dollars. True 4- The writer went to bank to close his account. False 5- The writer went to manager to discuss some big secret. False 6- Because of the foolish behavior of the writer, the bank manager considered him a detective or young Gould. False 7- The writer wrote a cheque to draw 56 dollars out of his bank deposit. True 8- The author liked the bank accountant. False 9- The manager refused to open an account for the writer with 56 dollars. False 1- The essay gives us the message to limit families. True 2- The most difficult thing, according to the writer is to develop an urge among people to limit their families. True 3- Russia had seen 90 major famines in the last century. False 4- In the time of Joseph, due to famines, 9 million people died. False 5- Pharaoh was the food minister of Egypt. False 6- Today, life chances of people ar9 more than in past. True 7- Death rate means children born per 100 populations. False 8- The advancement of science is the main reason of rapid growth of population. True 9- The authoress calculated that the population of world would be double in 40 years if it increases with the same ratio. True 123412345678912345678The author got admission at Harrow at the age of 14 years. False Latin, Greek and Mathematics were examined in the admission test. True The author liked the subjects like English, History and Poetry. True Name of English teacher was Mr. Weldon. False Louis Pasture discovered disease causing organism called "germs". True Lister discovered Leucocytes. False Fleming belonged to an agricultural family. True Work at Wright’s Laboratory gave Fleming the idea to discover penicillin. False Discovery of penicillin was by chance. True Lysozyme is the first antibiotic. False Penicillin was discovered in 1928. True In antiseptic method, iodine is injected in human body. False Iodine is the first antiseptic discovered. False Mustafa Kamal was the first Prime Minister of Turkey. False Mustafa Kamal fought as a rebel. False Mehmet was the true successor of crown. False Britain intended to occupy Turkey. False Anatolia is in the west of Turkey. False Mustafa Kamal changed the Sultanate of Turkey into a Democratic Country. True Mustafa Kamal is the founder of Turkey. False The Greeks attacked Turkey in August, 1921. True

1. Famine means hunger and starvation in a suburb or a local area. 2. Hunger means leaving one meal every day. 3. The author of the essay suggested decreasing the population by removing medical facilities for people. 4. Under-developed countries are those, which have advancement in science, good roads, lots of resources and high literacy. 5. Robin Hood was a king of England. 6. Joseph used to make necessary storage of food in the plentiful harvest to avoid famines. 7. Early hunters faced the problem of food during the winter season. 8. Birth rate in developed countries is higher due to advancement of science. 9. The writer visited a nutrition center in Kenya. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mr. Weldon was the headmaster of the author’s school. Latin and Greek were the important languages at that time. Latin and Greek were given importance at that time. Harrow was the name of the school of the author. The author showed good performance during the admission test.

1. In the beginning, the pieces separated from the sun were very cold. 2. Now the scattered pieces get their warmth from the wandering star. 3. The wandering star hit the sun and produced the solar system. 4. The stars of the solar system are revolving around the sun. 5. The sun is the center of the galaxy. 6. The chances of life like our own are very rare in the whole universe. 7. The writer tells that if oxygen and water are present, life is possible on any planet. 8. The term "Planet" is more suitable for the stars of the solar system, revolving around the sun. 9. The theory presented by the writer is old and science has proved many things other-wise. 10. According to the writer, God created the whole universe. 1. Life in olden days was full of fears of superstitions. 2. Life in olden days was too difficult and miserable due to ignorance. 3. In olden times, people had fewer chances of long ages. 4. Less variety of food was available in the olden times. 5. Drinking water was very limited and dirty in olden days. 6. The use of scientific method brought facility and protection in human life. 7. The use of scientific method brought major changes in our thoughts through proving cause and cure of every thing. 8. The advancement of science supports the idea of cause and effect and not the blind belief in the unseen elements. 9. The scientific method is not fully successful to control over diseases but it causes new diseases. 10. It is the scientific method which introduced the idea of vaccination to produce immunity against infectious diseases.

1. Fleming was proud of his discovery. 2. Lister developed the idea to help leucocytes in their war against germs. 3. Later on, Fleming’s family became medical family. 4. Antiseptic method centers on sterilization. 5. Lysozyme had various toxic affects on human body. 6. First human case was treated with penicillin in 1943. 7. During World War I, millions of wounded soldiers were treated with penicillin. 8. Pasture discovered germs. 9. Fleming was American by origin. 10. Carbolic acid is the first antiseptic discovery. 1. Mustafa Kamal was the Governor General of the Eastern Provinces in 1921. 2. Ismat Inonu was the first prime minister of Republic of Turkey. 3. The war in Turkey started in 1921. 4. Rebels wanted to capture Izmir because it is a holy city of Muslims. 5. Mustafa Kamal launched five years development plan in 1934. 6. Mustafa Kamal mainly modernized Turkey to bring her equal to Europe. 7. Mustafa Kamal was given the name of "Atta Turk" by the Turkish people. 8. In 1922, Mustafa Kamal entered lzmir as Commander in Chief. 9. Mustafa Kamal asked the Allies Army to abolish the Ottoman Empire. 10. In this essay, the writer has talked about the life of Mustafa Kamal as a true Muslim.

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