- Lesson: No 1; Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) an Embodiment of Justice
- Lesson No 2; Chinese New Year
- Lesson 3; Try Again (poem)
- Lesson No 4; FIRST AID
- Lesson No 5; THE RAIN
- Lesson No 6; TELEVISION vs. NEWSPAPER
- Lesson No 7; Little By little One Walks Far
Ans; people can seek light from the message and guidance from Rasool’s life to achieve perfection in the moral, spiritual and social areas of life.
Ans; The Rasool set high and noble ideals through his practical examples for all mankind to follow in every field of life.
Ans; It was because of the Rasool devised the most equitable plan for the setting Black stone and thus resolved the issue and saved the people from a tribal conflict.
Ans; As the head of the state of Madinah, the Rasool decided all the cases on merit with justice and equity, irrespective of colour, creed or race.
Ans; Non-Muslims used to bring their suits the Rasool and he decided their cases in accordance with Jewish Law.
Ans; The Holy Quran clearly mentions the personality of the Rasool ”Indeed in the messenger of Allah, you have a good example to follow for him who hopes for the meeting with Allah and the last day remembers Allah much”
Ans; The Rasool resolved the issue by devising the most equitable plan for the setting of the Black Stone.
Ans; The Quraish thought that the Rasool would favour them because the woman belonged to the family of Quraish and they also asked Hazrat Usman bin Zaid(R. A) to intercede on her behalf.
Ans; The Non-Muslims trusted the Rasool for his justice.
Ans; The Rasool advised Hazrat Ali(R . A) ” When two men come to you for judgment, never decide in favour of one without hearing the arguments of other it is then most likely that you will know the truth”.
Ans; It means ”to announce” or ”to declare” .
Ans; Chinese New Year starts between 21st January to 20th February.
Ans; They believe that thorough cleaning clears out any bad luck of the previous year and makes the house ready to accept good luck of the coming year.
Ans; Black colour is not allowed due to its association with death. The red colour is encouraged as it is associated with warding off bad spirits.
Ans; Decorations on doors and windows symbolize luck and happiness.
Ans; New Year’s Eve dinner is very special for the Chinese families. A number of specific dishes are prepared and served on this occasion. This dinner consists of eight or nine dishes.
Ans; Little red envelope filled with money symbolize wealth and prosperity.
Ans; Chinese families come together to give thanks for the past year and reinvigorate themselves for the coming year so it is very important for them.
Ans; Lunar Calendar which is used in China is shorter than the solar calendar so the New Year is never on the same day.
Ans; Chinese believe that cleaning the houses before the New Year will clear out any bad luck of the previous year.
Ans; This dinner consists of eight or nine dishes because in the Chinese language the word eight means prosperity and the word nine means long-lasting.
Ans; I think it is an opinion.
Ans; The first stanza tells us that if we keep on working efficiently, we shall certainly succeed because success mainly lies in hard work.
Ans; Failure is a step to success so we should not give up our struggle at a failure.
Ans; If we try again and again after failure, we are bound to succeed, So failure is not a disgrace. Success is the result of perseverance and firm determination.
Ans; We should keep on trying again and again until we succeed. Continuous and determined efforts are the gateway to success.
Ans; If we find our task hard, we should try again and again with patience and courage. Unattainable and impossible tasks can be made possible through continuous efforts.
Ans; Once I could not achieve my target in the examination. I did not lose heart. I struggled day and night at last; I got the first position in the examination.
Ans; It means to keep on trying to do work. A man should be persistent in his efforts.
Ans; It means struggling, again and again, is no disgrace. It is a valuable quality of man.
Ans; The poet wants to encourage us by repeating this sentence. He says that we should keep on trying, again and again, to achieve our aim in life.
Ans; Frequent checking may damage the clot that is forming and cause bleeding to resume.
Ans; soap can irritate the wound, so it is necessary to keep soap away from the wound.
Ans; Antibiotic cream or ointment can help our body’s natural healing process work fast. A thin layer of an antibiotic cream or ointment can help to keep the surface moist.
Ans; If we are allergic to adhesive material used in the most bandage. Then we should switch to adhesive-free dressing or sterile gauze. Gauze roll or elastic bandage can also be used to avoid allergy.
Ans; We need to see a doctor when the wound is not healing up properly or if we notice any redness, increasing pain, drainage, warmth or swelling.
Ans; First aid kit should consist of 1. First Aid Book, 2. Band-aids, 3. Elastic Bandages, 4. Gauze and Adhesive Tape, 5. Antiseptic wipes and cotton wool, 6. Safety pins And Tweezers, 7. Scissors, 8. Latex Gloves, 9. Calamine Lotion, 10. Clinical Thermometer, 11. Analgesic Tablets.
Ans; The poet hears the leaves drinking raindrops.
Ans; It is sweet noise to hear leaves drinking raindrops
Ans; The sun will come out after the rain stops.
Ans; THe sun comes out fully bright after the rain.
Ans; A wondrous light fills the drops.
Ans; A wondrous light fills the drops. It makes the scene lovely.
Rich leaves stand for the rich class. The poor leaves stand for the poor class.
Ans; A newspaper is a more convenient medium of news because in our busy lives we can read it anywhere and at any time.
Ans; A viewer gets restricted while watching TV news because TV requires us to sit before it to watch the news at a certain time.
Ans; An illiterate person can view news on TV but he requires a certain ability of language to read a newspaper.
Ans; Newspapers give us more in-depth coverage because they provide us with expert opinion, analysis, and critical viewpoint.
Ans; Some people read more than one newspaper they do so to get a different point of view of the information.
Ans; Readers can give feedback to the articles by writing to the forum pages.
Ans; I prefer the newspaper because I can read it anywhere and at any time. It improves writing and reading skills.
Ans; Newspapers do not require us to sit at a place and read the news. In our busy lives, we find convenient and comfortable.
Ans; We can watch the news on TV without any effort, so television makes us lazy.
Ans; Yes, I have given my views on many articles many times.
Ans; The author has used ”fast food meal” as a simile. Television news is like having a fast-food meal but the reading newspaper is like having a ten-course dinner.
Ans; The following are the writer’s distinction; Quaid-e-Azam batch in scouting, winner of who’s who Quiz program at the district level, Academic excellence award, Computer Application, and Geography and advance algebra award.
Ans; The writer has spent his summer vacation by working in different institutions. His first job was at the English language Center, the second at McDonalds and third at D. K. Academy.
Ans; He has become mature and responsible due to his summer jobs experience. These experiences provide him with confidence for future life.
Ans; Owing to these experiences, he is not worried about the future but he looks forward to it. He is ready to face and solve the problems of his future life.
Ans; The writer is a hardworking student. His positive outlook impresses me. He is ambitious and intelligent.
Ans; The author is a diligent and ambitious person who believes in continuous effort.
Ans; The author wants to highlight the importance of co-curricular activities for an energetic life.
Ans; These job experiences have made him mature mentally and financially. These job experiences made him a responsible person.
Ans; The gradual success and positive outlook has motivated author to participate so actively in different kinds of activities.