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- Poems Paraphrase
- Word and their meanings : Hazrat Umar R.A
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They have cut down the pines where they stood;
The wind will miss the_________ the rain,
When its silver blind its down,
They have stripped the bark from the wood.
Paraphrase : The poetess says that the cruel people have cut down the trees where they were standing. When it will rain heavily and the wind will blow they will not find them there . The people have peeled the trees.
The needly boughs and the brown
Knobby nuts trodden into the ground.
The kind the frindly trees,
Where all the day small winds sound
Paraphrase:The big branches which had sharp leaves and the brown cones of pines are trodden into the ground. Animals and humans step on them. These trees were our friends and they were very kind to us. When these trees were standing there and winds passed through them, they produce acharming sound.
And all day long the sun
Plays hide and seek with shadows
Till the multiplying shadows turn to one
And night is here.
Paraphrase: At day time the sun used to play hide and seek with the shadows of those trees till these shadows turned to one and the night fell. The poetess has drawn a beautiful image of the day time and evening in the woods.
They have cut down the trees and ended now
The gentle colloquey of bough and bough.
They are making a fence by creek,
And have cut down the pines for the posts
Paraphrase: The charming sound produced by the blowing wind through the branches was just like a conversation among them, but after cutting down the trees that conversation could not be heard more. The people have cut down the trees for their private needs like, for making fences by creeks and for posts.
Wan in the sunlight for ghosts
The nacked trunks lie.
A bird nested there _____it will seek
In vain:they have cut down the pines
Paraphrase: The nacked trunks lying on the ground are looking pale and weak in the sunlight. There were nests of birds in these trees, but after cutting down the trees those birds will no be able to find their nests i.e the birds have also lost their habitates.
outstanding: عمدہ ، شاندار excellent, marvelous, magnificent, superb, fine
band: گروہ a group of people who do something together or who have the same ideas
selfless:بے لوث thinking more about the needs of other people than about your own (opp : selfish)
dedicate: وقف کرناto give a lot of your time and effort to a particular activity or purpose because you think it is important (syn: devote)
singleness:ایک ہی the ability to think about one particular aim or goal because you are determined to succeed
lineage : نسلthe series of families that somebody comes from originally (syn: ancestry)
fold: ایک ہی نظریات رکھنے والے لوگوں کا گروہgroup of religious believers or group of people of the same ideas or beliefs
dominion:زیر تسلط علاقہ area controlled by a ruler
meloncholy: عرصہ دراز تک رہنے والا صدمہ، پریشانیdeep feeling of sadness lasting for a long time
retinue:محافظ دستہ number of persons travelling with a person of high value
sway: طاقت ، اثر و رسوخpower,control, influence
honorarium:اعزازیہ، تھخواہ fee offered for professional services
custodian : نگران، محافظ a person who takes responsibility for taking care or protecting something; (syn: caretaker)
hoard:ذخیرہ کرنا to collect and keep large amounts of food, money, etc, especially secretly, save and store
exhibit:نمائش to show something in a public place for people to enjoy or to give them information; show publicly (syn: display)
flog:کوڑے مارنا beat severly with a rod or whip
distinction:امتیاز a clear difference , distinguishing
stint:کسی کام کے لئے دیا جانے والا وقت a period of time that you spend working somewhere or doing a particular activity (opp: unstint meaning unrestricted)
lull:لوری دینا make quiet, to make somebody relaxed and calm (syn: soothe)
dole: خیرات money paid by the state to unemployed people; distribution of free money
He has been on the dole(= without a job) for a year.
offend :کسی کو پریشان کرنا to make somebody feel upset because of something you say or do that is rude
set out :روانہ ہونا to leave a place and begin a journey
escort: کسی کو حفاظت میں لے جاناto go with somebody to protect or guard them or to show them the way
The president arrived,escorted by twelve soldiers.
utter :کسی بات پر زور دینا (adj) used to emphasize how complete something is
To my utter amazement she agreed.
He felt an utter fool.
utter (verb) :بات کہنا to make a sound with your voice; to say something
to utter a cry
she did not utter a word during lunch(= said nothing).
well-to-do : خوشحال ہوناhaving a lot of money: (syn: rich, wealthy)
a well-to-do family They are very well-to-do.
frank:دلیر،بہادر،نڈر honest and direct in what you say, sometimes in a way that other people might not like
Sayir is very frank with their teachers.
strict: سختthat must be obeyed exactly
She left strict instructions that she was not to be disturbed.
bond: a legal agreement
coarse:کھردرا، گستاخ 1. (of skin or cloth) rough coarse hands , coarse linen (opp: smooth , soft)
2. consisting of relatively large pieces
coarse sand , coarse salt , coarse hair (opp: fine)
3. rude and offensive (syn: vulgar)
coarse manners, coarse laughter
contend:درست to say that something is true
inspire: کسی کو کسی کام کے لئے تیار کرناto give somebody the desire, confidence or enthusiasm to do something well
Question 1 : Do you think injustice give rise to impatience?
Yes, injustice leads impatience. When there is justice and equality, there is peace prosperity and brotherhood among the members of society. But if individuals are treated with injustice, it creates gap between different sections of society and results in impatience unrest, and insecurity.
Question 2 : Do you think peaceful living will help us to prosper?
Yes, peaceful living brings prosperity. If there is no peace, there will be no economic and social developments.
Question 1 When was our Holy Prophet (SAW) born?
Ans: Our Holy Prophet (SAW) was born on Monday the 12 Rabiual Awwal (20 april 571 AD).
Question 2 Who were the Quraish?
Ans: Quraish were the nobility of Arabia.
Question 3 Trace back the family of theHoly Prophet (SAW)?
Ans: The fmaily of the Holy Prophet (SAW) is traced back to Hazrat Ismail (AS) and Ibraheem (AS).
Question 4 Why did people call our Holy Prophet (SAW) "Al-Amin"?
Ans:The Holy Prophet (SAW) grew up to be so honourable and trustworthy that people called him Al-Amin.
Question 5 Where and through whom did our Holy Prophet (SAW) get the revelation?
Our Holy Prophet (SAW) got the revelation through angel Gabriel (AS) in cave in mount called Hira.
Question 6 What is meant by Islam?
Islam means the belief in the total submission to one-true and the only GOD (ALLAH), the most merciful and mighty.
Question 7 Why did the Holy Prophet (SAW) feel the need of conveying his last message?
When the Holy Prophet (SAW) realized that his end was drawing near, he felt the need to convey his final message to his followers.
Question 8 Who shall demand from us an account of all our actions?
ALLAH our Lord shall demand from us an account of all our actions.
Question 9 How does Islam considers slaves?
Islam considers slaves as respected human beings. Islam orders to us to treat the slaves with kindness. Forgive them and do not be harsh with them.
Question 10 Give salient features of the last address of the Holy Prophet(SAW)?
The Holy Prophet (SAW) addressed the Muslims and gave them golden principles and rules of life.
His address is a complete code of life. He gave protection to wives and slaves and instructed us to treat with affection.
He put an end to the superiority of one on another. He said all men are equal in the eyes of ALLAH.
He reminded us that all of us are accountable for our actions.
Responsibility -> Duty.
Mighty -> Powerful.
Faithful -> Loyal and true.
Ignorance -> Want of knowledge.
Mission -> Aim.
Our Holy Prophet (SAW) was the only personality who contributed a lot to the welfare of humanity. He was the only benefactor of mankind who put them on a right path and taught them good ways of life. He transferred humanity from the submission to others. It is a great honour for mankind. He laid the foundation of tolerance among people and protected the right of Muslims as well as non-Muslims. He was mercy to all mankind regardless of race or faith. He defended human rights. He was even kind towards birds and enemies. He presented the world a perfect model of brotherhood among human beings. He said that all peoples are equal in responsibilities and duties. In short, the Holy Prophet (SAW) rendered great services to humanity. He gave mankind a respect, honour and dignity. He brought us to the submission of one and true GOD (ALLAH) and saved humanity from humiliation. One can get guidance from his exalted character and glorious example.
Question 1: Write the main traits of the personality of Prophet Muhammad(SAW).
Our Holy Prophet (SAW) was the last prophet of ALLAH. He was honourable and trustworthy that people called him Sadiq and Amin. He suffered great hardships in the way of Islam but he stood firmly and nothing could move him from his right path. Before his Prophethood he used to retire and pray in a cave of mount called Hira. He was different from other boys of his age. He was virtuous , good and noble. After he become Prophet he started preaching Islam and taught GOD and virtuous way of life to humanity.
Question 2: Prophet Muhammad was a great Justice Discuss. Islam believes in justice and equality. There was why the Holy prophet (SAW) announced the golden principles of equality and brotherhood in his last address. He said in his address that all Muslims are brothers of each other. There is no preference for the Arab over the non-Arab, or the non-Arab over the Arab. All are equal in the eyes of ALLAH. He ordered is to be kind and just to every one specially women and slavers.
Question 3:Write the Salient features of the last Address of the Holy Prophet Muhammad(SAW) in your own words .
Feature of last address: They as under.
A. All of us have to appear before our Lord (ALLAH) who will demand from us an account of all our actions.
B. There is no preference for the Arab over the non-Arab and vice versa.
C. Care for each others rights, specially of wives and slaves do not treat your slaves harshly.
D. Avoid taking interest on loans.
Population Explosion in Pakistan Unit 4
Question 1 : What do you understand by overpopulation?
Ans :When the resources in a country fall short of meeting the needs of its people, it is called over population.
Question 2 :What problem does Pakistan face since its inception?
Ans :Since its inception, Pakistan is facing the problem of illiteracy, poverty, pollution, unemployment, lawlessness, terrorism, inflation, corruption and loans.
Question 3 : What was the population of Pakistan in 1947?
Ans :The population of Pakistan in 1947 was 33 millions.
Question 4 : What is meant by birth rate and how does it affect the population of a country?
Ans :Birth rate means number of births in one year for every 1000 persons. High birth rate results in over population – which is a serious threat to a country.
Question 5 : How has the life expectancy increased?
Ans :Life expectancy has increased due to the use of improved health technologies.
Question 6 : How is economic growth hampered by overpopulation?
Ans :Over population hampers economic growth. IT decreases purchasing power of the people. Decreased demand for goods affect investment in the country and thus economic growth of the country suffers.
Question 7 : How can education play a key role in solving the problem of overpopulation?
Ans :Education is a key to success against the menace of over population. It generates awareness among the public and creates a healthy environment. Through education we can make the people aware of the dangers of over population.
Grade X English Notes
Unit 2Q.1: What did the merchant bring to sell?
Ans: The merchant brought some diamonds and pearls to sell. He offered these diamonds and pearls to Al Mansour, the Caliph of Cordova, for sale. The Caliph like the jewels and so paid a large sum of money to the merchant.
Q.2: What happened to the merchant's bag of money?
Ans: While the merchant was taking a bath in the river, an eagle appeared and took away the bag of money. It flew in the air with the bag of money in its claws. It flew towards the far off mountain and was out of sight very soon.
Q.3: Why couldn't the merchant get back his bag of gold?
Ans: The merchant could not get back his bag of gold because it was taken away by an eagle towards far off mountains. The merchant shouted again and again but all in vain. The eagle flew high into the air and very soon it was out of sight.
Q.4: Why did the merchant come to Al mansour after a year?
Ans: The merchant had lost the money, given to him by Al Mansour, for his diamonds and pearls. After that he was in a very miserable condition. After a year he came to Al Mansour with a few jewels which he had reserved as a present for his wife. He wanted to receive some money for the jewels which he presented to Al Mansour.
Q.5: What action did Al Mansour take on hearing the incidence?
Ans: On hearing the incidence, Al Mansour called ten of his officers. He ordered them to go on their horsebacks towards the Black Mountains. He asked them to inform all the old men, living on the mountains or in the plain area around, to pay him a visit after a week.
Q.6: What did the people tell Al Mansour and what were his orders?
. Ans: A few people told Al Mansour that there was a gardener in their neighborhood who had recently been favored by good luck. At this Al mansour ordered that the Gardner should be brought before him the next day. The merchant was also ordered to appear before him the same day.
Q.7: What did the Gardner tell Al Mansour?
Ans: The gardner told Al Mansour that a year ago when he was working in his garden, he happened to see something fall at the foot of a palm tree. He ran towards it. On picking it up, he was surprised to see that it was a bag full of jewels.
Q.8: What did Al Mansour decide about the bag of gold?
Ans: Al Mansour handed over the bag of gold to its real master, the merchant. He even gave ten pieces of gold to the merchant which the gardener had taken out the bag and spent.
Q.9: How was the merchant rewarded?
Ans: The merchant was given back the bag of money. He was also given the ten pieces of gold by Al Mansour which the gardner had taken out of it and spent on buying the necessary items for his family.
Question 1: Describe the scene in the beginning of the story?
It is 10 o’clock at night. A policeman is going up the avenue. He is patrolling and looking here and there to have a vigilant eye on the surrounding. He has a stick in his hand and walking impressively. Cold wind is blowing and majority of the doors are closed.
Question 2 : Was the place a business centre only?
Yes, the place was a business center.
Question 3 : What kind of characters does the story "After Twenty Years" have?
The story has round characters. As the story develops we know more about Bob and Jimmy. Bob is witty and a sincere friend, While Jimmy is honest, dutiful and true.
Question 4 : What is the most significant happening in the story to be analysed?
The significant happening in the story is the arrest of Silky Bob. When Jimmy comes to know that the person is wanted in Chicago he arrests him with the help of another policeman.
Question 5 :What is the climax of the story "After Twenty Years"?
The climax of the story is that when a stranger comes straight towards Bob and tells him that he is Jimmy, but the man suddenly stops and says that you are not jimmy.
Question 6 :How would you describe Jimmy and Bob's personalities in the story?
Jimmy is a policeman. He is confident and proud. He is vigilant and dutiful. He is charming and well built. His friend Bob seems a rich man. He has pale face with keen eyes.
Question 7 : How does the writer prepare for the end of the story?
The writer is expert in twisting the plot in the end. He has perfected the art of surprise ending. He ends the story with a short note by Jimmy in a beautiful way.
Rana Liaqat Ali Khan Unit 5
Question 1: When did Begum Liaqat Ali Khan learn to care for others? Ans : Begum Liaqat learned to care for others at that time when her mother used to regularly visit a sanatorium in Almora. Question 2 : Why did she accompany her husband to Quaid-e-Azam's residence? She accompanied her husband to Quaid-e-Azam’s residence to request the Quaid to return to India and resume the leadership of Indian Muslim. Question 3 : What did Quaid-e-Azam say to her in 1942? In 1942, the Quaid said to her “Be prepared to train the women . Islam does not want woman to be shut up and never see fresh air”. Question 4 : Why did she call upon women to collect food and medical supplies? At the time of partition, when the refugees started to migrate to the newly created country, she called upon women to collect food and medical supplies. Question 5 : How did Liaqat Ali Khan praise his wife? He praised his wife while addressing a political rally in Karachi. He said, that his wife had taken the people of Pakistan to work in refugee camps and she has led the women to hospitals to work as nurses. Question 6 : What is APWA and when was it founded? APWA is all Pakistan women’s association and it was founded in 1949. Question 7 : Who was the first woman delegate to the United Nations? Rana Liaqat Ali Khan was the first woman delegate to the united nations. Question 8 : To which countries was she the designate ambassador? She was the designate ambassador to Netherlands, Italy and Tunisia.