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Dignity of Work (Solved Excercises of the Book)

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B. Learn the meanings and spellings of the following words from the lesson and use ten of them in sentences of your own.

Cross, repaired, favourite, treat, swept, ashamed, trench, odd, mended, fetched, example, human beings.

1. Cross: I am not cross.

2. Repaired: Carpenter repaired the table.

3. Favourite: Fried fish is my favourite food.

4. Treat: We should treat our servants kindly.

5. Swept: Sweeper, swept the street early in the morning.

6. Ashamed: He was ashamed to see his father cleaning the bathroom.

7. Trench: The boy fell in the trench.

8. Odd: It is odd to work in presence of servants.

9. Mended: Cobbler mended their shoes.

10. Fetched: He fetched goat from the village for me.

11. Example: We should follow the example of Holy men.

12. Human beings: Whole the human being is off spring of Adam.


C. For each word in list “A” find a word or phrase of similar meaning in list “B”.

A B

Cross Angry

Reason Cause

Pleasant Friendly

Surprised Astonished

Favourite Specially liked

Treat Behave towards some body

Noble Showing high character

Fetched Went for and brought back

Advanced Developed

F. Composition:

Q.1: Imagine that you are having the social service week at your school. Describe in a paragraph of ten sentences how you and your guide cleaned and decorated the class room.

Ans: During the last month we arranged social service work in our school. All the teacher and students participated in it. First of all every class was asked to clean and decorate their own class. We took special care in cleaning our class. First of all we swept our class room. The class teacher who was our guide was also present during that he helped us in cleaning the class room. After sweeping the class we washed the floor, the windows and door. After it we dusted the desks, chair and table. Our teacher took special interest in cleaning the cup-board where holy Qurans were kept. After completing the cleaning we decorated the class room with beautiful pictorial charts.

From a Railway Carriage (Solved Excercises of the Book)

B. Exercise

Q.1: What does the poet see from a railway carriage?

Ans: From a railway carriage the poet sees many things. He sees bridges, houses, hedges and ditches. He sees common grassy lands where horses and cattle were grazing. He sees a child climbing a steepy land and collecting black berries. He also sees a homeless person watching train with amazement. He sees ladies making garlands of daisies in a field. He also sees a loaded cart, a mill and a river.

Q.2: What pleasure does railway journey gives to the poet?

Ans: They railway journey gives the poet pleasure of fast travelling. He also gets pleasure of watching various natural scenes.

King Faisal (Solved Excercises of the Book)

B. Learn the spellings and meanings of the following words from the lesson and use ten of them in the sentences of your own.

Late, education, maternal, affairs, govern, later on, several, gain, resign, devoted, according to, progress, develop, pilgrim, unity, effort, spread, network, assault.

1. Late: Late Ayoub Khuhro was Chief Minister of Sindh.

2. Education: Our standard of education is decreasing.

3. Maternal: She lives with her maternal uncle.

4. Affairs: Foreign minister is at home in external affairs.

5. Govern: It is difficult to govern a large country.

6. Later on: Later on my brother left the office.

7. Several: We have visited him on several occasions.

8. Gain: I shall gain benefit from your knowledge.

9. Resign: Minister is intending to resign.

10. Devoted: He is my devoted friend.

11. According to: According to my knowledge he is lazy.

12. Progress: Your progress is not satisfactory.

13. Develop: We should develop our country.

14. Pilgrim: Pilgrim wears a single sheet of cloth at Hajj.

15. Unity: Unity is need of the day.

16. Effort: Our efforts should be directed towards development of Pakistan.

17. Spread: The chain was spread across the road.

18. Network: Intelligence network of America has failed.

19. Assault: Police officer was killed in an assault.

C. Make nouns from the following words.

Word Noun

Born Birth

Educate Education

Resign Resignation

Move Movement

Rule Ruler

Govern Government

Serve Service

Visit Visitor

Die Death

Develop Development

D. Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with the words given in the lesson.

1. Faisal started taking interest in the affairs of state.

2. He received religious education from his maternal grand father.

3. He helped his father in governing the country.

4. He was made governor of Hijaz when he was only twenty.

5. Later on he served as Saudi Foreign Minister.

6. He also had the opportunity of holding the command of the Armed Forces of his country.

7. After the death of King Abdul Aziz his eldest son Saud became the kin.

8. Faisal was made the crown prince and Prime Minister in 1958.

9. Saudi Arabia was in serious difficulties at that time.

10. Faisal used his wisdom and intelligence to overcome these difficulties.

F. Composition:

Q.1: Write ten lines on King Faisal.

Ans: King Faisal was born in 1907. He was the second son of King Abdul Aziz. He received religious education from his maternal grand father Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Latif. He was made Governor of Hijaz when he was only twenty. Later on he served as Saudi Foreign Minister. He was made crown prince and Prime Minister in 1958. In 1964 he was chosen as King by the Council of Ministers. King Faisal ruled Saudi Arabia wisely and justly. In his reign Saudi Arabia made great progress in every sector of economic and social life. He died in an assault in 1975.

Q.2: Write ten lines of King Faisal’s efforts to unite the Muslims.

Ans: Indeed King Faisal was a true Muslim. He wanted to unite the Muslims of the world. He made great efforts to unite the Muslims living in various countries of the world. He helped the Arabs in their war against Israel. He tried his best to get back the Arab territories under the occupation of Israel. He made the Muslims conscious of the need of brother hood. He was interested in activities of the Islamic summit conference. He took personal efforts to bring the Muslim countries on the plate form of OIC. He was equal partner of Pakistan in holding Islamic Summit Conference at Lahore in 1974. He always extended generous help to poor Islamic countries.

G. Insert one of the adverbs in brackets.

1. I can come by 6 o’ clock at the “earliest”.

2. He must be back home by 9 o’ clock at the “latest”.

3. “Later” they settled along the banks of river.

4. “Earlier” they wandered from place to place.

A Visit (Solved Excercises of the Book)

B. Learn the meanings and spellings of the following words from the lesson and use ten of them in sentences of your own.

Planning, model, huge, harvesting, sheaves, fertilizer, enrich, irrigate, orchard, plentiful, harmful, delicious.

1. Planning: We are planning for future.

2. Model: Quaid – e – Azam is the role model for us.

3. Huge: He saw a huge building.

4. Harvesting: I was in my village during harvesting of wheat.

5. Sheaves: Farmers were carrying the sheaves of rice.

6. Fertilizer: Nowadays chemical fertilizers are being used.

7. Enrich: Soil is enriched by fertilizers.

8. Irrigate: Our land is irrigated by tube-well.

9. Orchard: They have mango-orchard.

10. Plentiful: We supply plentiful water to fish pond.

11. Harmful: We should save crop from harmful insects.

12. Delicious: She cooks delicious food.

C. Complete these sentences with words from the lesson.

1. The Head Master had allowed them a day’s outing.

2. Mr. Hassan received them at the gate and showed them around.

3. With one sweep it seemed to eat up a large area of crop.

4. The students watched the working of the machine with keen interest.

5. No certainly not.

6. The sowing machine sows the seed well.

7. No seed goes waste.

8. We use chemical fertilizers to enrich the soil.

9. The visitors were surprised to see growing there such vegetables as were out of season.

10. He offered the boys fresh tomatoes and cucumbers.

D. Change passage into direct speeches:

Mr. Hassan “The farm has been doing so well that we have decided to add dairy to it. There finest cows and buffaloes will be kept. The farm will use and electric Milker to milk the animals. Modern machinery will make cream and butter”.

F. Composition:

(i) Narrate in your own words how they get so much produce per hectare on the model farm.

Ans: They get so much produce by using machinery, chemical fertilizer, best seeds, and plentiful water of tube well. They also spray insecticides on crop to kill germs and insects.

(ii) Write ten sentences about the crops grown in your area.

Ans: I live in Larkana district. Here we get water from Rice Canal and Dadu Canal. Rice Canal supplies water only in the season of rice growing, while Dadu Canal supplies water whole the year. Here we grow crops of Rabi as well as Khareef. In the winter we grow wheat, grams and mustard oil. Here sugar cane is also grown. Rice is the speciality of the area. Along these crops louts is grown here. Guava is also grown here. People also cultivate vegetables of many kinds.

(iii) Write ten sentences to show whether modern methods of farming are better or the old ones.

Ans: In my view the modern methods of farming are better than old ones for the following reasons. In modern method machine save time as well as labour. Tractor prepares the land very well. Best seed is selected, seed is sown by machine, so the seed does not go waste. Harvesting is done by machines, threshing of corn is also done by thresher. In modern farming tube-well supplies the water to field whole the year. Insecticides are sprayed to protect the crops from diseases. For growing much product chemical fertilizers are used.

(iv) Write a dialogue between on inspector of the Agriculture department and farmer discussing the advantages of chemical fertilizers and insecticides sprayed on crops.

Ans: Inspector: Do you use chemical fertilizers?

Farmer: I do not use chemical fertilizers.

Inspector: If you do not use the chemical fertilizer then what is the produce of wheat per hectare at your farm?

Farmer: Average produce of my farm is 15 to 20 quintals of wheat per hectare.

Inspector: I suggest that chemical fertilizers may be used in order to get much produce.

Farmer: If my produce would increase then I shall use chemical fertilizer.

Inspector: OK that is very good but we have to use insecticides in order to protect crop from diseases also.

Farmer: You are right sir at present I do not spray insecticides. The result is that a lot of crops are destroyed by insects.

Inspector: The agriculture department will provide you insecticides in order to kill harmful insects. Spray them in future and save crops.

Farmer: Insha Allah I shall act on your advice and protect my crops from the harmful insects.

Inspector: In that way you will increase your produce of crop.

Little Things (Solved Excercises of the Book)

B. Exercise

Q.1: There is a proverb in Urdu and Sindhi which expiesses the thought contained in the first verse. What is it?

Ans: In Sindhi it is:

In Urdu it is:

Q.2: Write five lines about a little act ok kindness done by you, and the result of it.

Ans: There is an old man in our neighbour. No one is to work for him. One day he fell ill as I got news I went to fetch a doctor for him. Doctor treated him and he recovered from illness by the grace of God. In return old man prayed to God for my prosperity and well being.

Q.3: Do you remember a time when you were sad but became happy when some one spoke kindly to you. Describe in a few lines.

Ans: Last summer my class fellows arranged a visit to Ziarat. Prior to it I collected an amount of Rs. 2000 for that trip. When I went to get my collected money it was missing. I become quite sad. My elder brother came and asked the reason for being gloomy. I told him about missing amount he comforted me with kind words and helped me in finding the money.

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