Guess Paper 9th Class English 2018

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  1. What type of land Arabia is?
  2. Why was the holy Quran sent in Arabic?
  3. What was the condition of mankind before the holy prophet (saw)?
  4. What was the first revelation? 5. How will you define patriotism?
  5. What are the qualities of a patriot?
  6. What is the most important function that media performs?
  7. How does media provide entertainment?
  8. Give three reasons in support of your favorite TV program?
  9. Why was Hazrat Abu Quhaffa worried?
  10. How did Hazrat Asma (RA) console her grandfather?
  11. What message do you get from the life of Hazrat Asma (RA)?
  12. She lived a life of hardships but never swerved, comment?
  13. What is the central idea of the poem Daffodils?
  14. What was Quaid’s concept of our nation? 16. What can be the possible solution to our present problems?
  15. How can we become a strong nation?
  16. Why Sultan Ahmed Mosque is also known as Blue Mosque?
  17. How does the interior of the mosque look?
  18. Who constructed the Mosque Sophia?
  19. What does Royal Kiosk mean?
  20. Why does the speaker stop on the darkest evening of the year?
  21. Why did the nurse ask Hira’s sister to come and talk to her?
  22. Describe some qualities of the personality of the nurse in the story?
  23. Why did the nurse say “ Where there is will, there is a way”?
  24. What are the effects of drug addiction?
  25. What are the causes of drug addiction?
  26. What is the role of counseling in the prevention of drug addiction?
  27. How do you define noise pollution?
  28. How is transport a source of noise pollution?
  29. How is the use of technology causing noise pollution?
  30. Why is noise hazardous for human health?
  31. Who was Helen Keller?
  32. What did she want to introduce in universities and why?
  33. What makes you feel that authoress is sad and depressed?


Note: The immediate motivating moment for self-instruction is the change in the attitude of the student towards himself and his activity, “the awareness of the ability to go beyond the limits of the given, to creatively transform oneself. The source of self-study is the students’ desire for active cognitive work. The evaluation of the results obtained is accompanied by the formation of a new sense-forming motive and ends with the setting of new goals. The fundamental difference between independent work and self-education lies in the fact that independent work is mainly stimulated and controlled from the outside, whereas the self-educational work is by internal motives that go beyond the educational ones. In some situations, when solving certain problems, independent activity and self-education can be so closely intertwined that it is very difficult to dissolve them. In our work, we consider self-education as a purposeful, systematic, cognitive activity directed by students themselves, necessary for improving education. At the same time, self-education can develop if two cardinal conditions are met: the need for self-education is the dominant reason for self-mastering knowledge-and a certain situation for satisfying it.

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