Guess Paper English 2nd Year 2015

 

Guess Paper English 2nd Year 2015

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Important Essay Intermediate 2nd Year

 

  • A Road Accident
  • A Village Fair / A visit to fair
  • A Visit to a Big City / A visit to hill station
  • A Visit to a Zoo
  • An Ideal Teacher
  • Atomic energy
  • College/Hostel Life
  • Corruption
  • Democracy / Election in Pakistan
  • Examinations
  • Justice delay is justice denied
  • Life in a Big City/Village Life
  • Life today is better than the past
  • Use and Abuse of Mobile Phones
  • My aim in life
  • My Dreams
  • My Favorite Book / Game / Personality
  • My First/Last Day at College / Pleasures of College Life
  • My hero in history
  • My hobby
  • Our festivals
  • Over population
  • Patriotism
  • Science and its uses / Blessing of science
  • Smuggling
  • Student and politics
  • Television
  • Terrorism / A house on fire / Horrors of war
  • The happiest day of my life
  • The importance of English
  • The journey of train
  • Unemployment

 

Important Idioms Intermediate 2nd Year

 

  • A jail bird
  • A narrow escape
  • A royal road
  • Above board
  • Add fuel to the fire
  • All and sundry
  • An axe to grind
  • Apple-pie order
  • At a stone’s throw
  • At arm’s length
  • At eleventh hour
  • At sixes and sevens
  • At the daggers drawn
  • Bad blood
  • Bad debt
  • Bag and baggage
  • Beat about the bush
  • Beat the air
  • Bed of roses
  • Better half
  • Between two fires
  • Bird’s eye view
  • Blind alley
  • Bone of contention
  • Break down
  • Break into
  • Break off
  • Break out
  • Break the ice
  • Break the news
  • Bring in
  • Bring to book
  • Bring up
  • Bung to light
  • Bury the hatchet
  • By hook or by crook
  • Cali in
  • Call in question
  • Call into question
  • Carry off
  • Carry on
  • Carry the day
  • Castles in the air
  • Catch at a straw
  • Come about
  • Come by
  • Come off
  • Come up with
  • Cut a sorry figure
  • Cut down
  • Cut off
  • End in smoke
  • Every inch
  • Fair sex
  • Fall in
  • Fall in with
  • Fall off
  • Fall out
  • File the music
  • First and foremost
  • Flesh and blood
  • Fly in the ointment
  • French leave
  • From hand to mouth
  • Get into
  • Get rid of
  • Get through
  • Give away
  • Give in
  • Give the devil his due
  • Give up
  • Go back on
  • Go off
  • Go to the dogs
  • Go to the wall
  • Hair breadth’s escape
  • Hand in glove
  • Hold back
  • Hold water
  • Hope against hope
  • Hue and cry
  • In black and white
  • In full swing
  • In the air
  • In the long run
  • Keep an eye on
  • Keep back
  • Lay by
  • Lion’s share
  • Look after
  • Look back
  • Look down upon
  • Maiden speech
  • Make both ends meet
  • Make up one’s mind
  • Man of letters
  • Man of straw
  • Narrow escape
  • Once in the blue moon
  • Part and parcel
  • Pass away
  • Play the game
  • Play truant
  • Pocket an insult
  • Put off
  • Put on
  • Put out
  • Rainy day
  • Rolling stone
  • Send for
  • Set in
  • Set off
  • Set up
  • Smell a rat
  • Sugar daddy
  • Take after
  • Take in
  • Take off
  • Taken aback
  • The lion’s share
  • To abide by
  • To be taken aback
  • To blow hot and cold
  • To catch at a straw
  • To come to light
  • To cry over split milk
  • To eat ones words
  • To end in smoke
  • To face the music
  • To get into hot water
  • To give in
  • To lick the dust
  • To make fun of
  • To nip in the bud
  • To pass away
  • To pass on
  • To take after
  • Turn up
  • Turnover
  • Up to the mark
  • White elephant

 

 

Important Questions & Answers Intermediate 2nd Year

 

Answer the following questions on Good bye, Mr. Chips

  • Describe Chips marriage?
  • Describe Katherine Bridges ideas
  • Describe Katherine tragic death
  • Describe Mr. Chip’s farewell speech
  • Describe the events of the last day of the life of Mr. Chips
  • Describe the horrors of the air raid at Brookfield?
  • Describe the most interesting incident in the novel
  • Describe the personality of Mr. Ralston
  • Describe the row between Ralston and Chips
  • Flow did Brookfield celebrate the end of war?
  • Give an account of the dispute between Chips and Ralston
  • How and when did Katherine die?
  • How did Chatters behave with Chips?
  • How did Chips criticize the captain of the School?
  • How did Chips entertain Langford?
  • How did Chips gather honor at Brookfield with the passage of time?
  • How did Chips keep the boys normal during the air-raid?
  • How did Chips serve Ralston?
  • How did Chips take his class during the shelling?
  • How did Katherine change Mr. Chips?
  • How did Katherine influence Chips?
  • How did Mr. Chips behave during shelling?
  • How did Mr. Chips spend his money after retirement?
  • How did Ralston look?
  • How much popular Katherine was at Brookfield?
  • How was the day when Chips came to Brookfield school for interview?
  • How would Chips treat his visitors at Mr.s. Wickets?
  • How did Mr. Chips recall the memory of his interview with Mr. Wetherby?
  • Mere was Brookfield situated?
  • Point out the most thrilling incident of the novel
  • Was Chips marriage successful or not?
  • Was Ralston a popular personality?
  • What actually did Chips face while writing his book?
  • What change did the death of his wife bring in Chips?
  • What changes did marriage bring in Chips?
  • What did Cartwright say about Chips children?
  • What did Chips think about Boers?
  • What did Katherine say to Chips on the night before wedding?
  • What did Mr. Chips do when the bell rang for call over?
  • What did the Chairman of the Governors tell Chips about his retirement?
  • What do you know about Grayson?
  • What happened to Chips when, after Katherine had died, he wanted to punish a boy?
  • What kind of books did Mr. Chips have in his room?
  • What kinds of books were read by Chips?
  • What kind of fellow was Mr. Chips before marriage?
  • What kind of fellow was Mr. Wetherby?
  • What kind of novel is “Goodbye Mr. Chips”?
  • What kind of people did Brookfield supply?
  • What kinds of professions were generally adopted by the students of Brookfield?
  • What sort of gown did Chips wear?
  • What type of farewell party was given to Chips?
  • What type of Head was Mr. Wetherby?
  • What was Mr. Chip’s idea about women?
  • What was Chips famous joke about the third Colley?
  • What was Chips reaction to the First World War?
  • What was Chips will?
  • What was hg outer view of Brookfield school?
  • What was Katherines advice to Chips with regard to discipline?
  • What was meant by Chips latest?
  • What was the contribution of Brookfield during war?
  • What was the effect of Katherines death on Chips?
  • What was the pre-war man?
  • What was the reaction of the teachers to the row between Ralston and Chips?
  • What was the result of quarrel between Mr. Chips and Ralston?
  • What was the result of the meeting between Mr. Chips and Katherine Bridges?
  • What were Chips feelings on the death of Katherine?
  • What were Chips thoughts when he joined Brookfield?
  • What were Chips views about the women of the nineties?
  • What were the charges that Ralston levied against Chips?
  • What were the feelings of Mr. Chips towards Katherine?
  • What were the political views of Katherine?
  • When and how did Katherine die?
  • When and why did Chips decide to resign?
  • When atc0 where Katherine and lips got mat tied?
  • When did Chips join Brookfield school?
  • When did Mr. Chips join Brookfield, and how did he remember it?
  • When did Mr. Chips recall his memories?
  • When did Mr. Chips retire and how was he honored at the time of retirement?
  • When did Mr. Chips think of getting retirement?
  • Where was Brookfield town situated?
  • Where was Mr.s. Wickett on the day of Chips death?
  • Who was Chatteris?
  • Who was Faulkner and what did he ask Chips when his wife and child died?
  • Who was Meldrum and how did he die?
  • Who was Mr. Chatteris?
  • Who was Mr.s. Brool?
  • Who was Mr.s Wicket?
  • Whom did Chips call stink merchants?
  • Why could Ralston not become popular at Brookfield school?
  • Why did Chatteris request Chips to rejoin school?
  • Why did Chips choose Mr.s Wicketts house after retirement?
  • Why did Chips like summer?
  • Why did Chips not attend the old boy’s dinner in London in 1929?
  • Why did Chips not marry till the age of 48?
  • Why did Chips not want to be the official Head of Brookfield?
  • Why did people ask Mr. Chips different questions?
  • Why did Ralston quarrel with Mr. Chips?
  • Why doesn’t Chips consider examinations and certificates so important?
  • Why should Chips not write down his memories?
  • Why was Chips called a great jester?
  • Why was spring 1896 very dear to Mr. Chips?
  • Write the meeting between Chips and Linford
  • What kind of thought came into Mr. Chips mind?
  • Would Chips not write a book?
  • Write a brief note on Brookfield
  • Write a brief note on the attitude of the students on the first day of Mr. Chips at Brookfield
  • Write a brief note on the influence of Katherine on Mr. Chips
  • Write a brief note on the retired life of Mr. Chips
  • Write a note on Chips humor
  • Write doer four qualities of Ralston

 

Write Answer to Questions from Book II, Part I

 

  • About his school life David Daiches says Wishes didn’t come true in this life
  • According to IC Squire It is positively a public duty to destroy useless books why?
  • According to more Jeans what rare event happened in the Universe?
  • Allow has the population of the cities been controlled in China?
  • Briefly describe how the use of the scientific method has helped us in the control of diseases’?
  • Briefly describe the first recorded famine in your own words
  • Briefly describe the work of a 16-year old student at school
  • Daiches liked holidays for their freedom-freedom for what?
  • Describe a day in the life of a Chinese student
  • Describe Christmas and Easter holidays the writer enjoyed during his school life
  • Describe some great famines of the past
  • Describe the incident of the father who did not consent to the operation of the tonsils of his son?
  • Describe the narrow belt where life is possible?
  • Describe the system holidays and vacations in China
  • Describe the writer’s last day at school before the start of the summer vacation?
  • Describe the writer’s visit to the medical man
  • Discuss China’s agriculture-system
  • How can the failure of talented students be prevented?
  • How are sometimes parents responsible for the failure of their sons?
  • How are we better than our forefathers?
  • How can the college doctor and the teachers help the students to reduce the failure rate?
  • How did Al-Hakam promote knowledge?
  • How did David Daiches buy his first bicycle?
  • How did David Daiches feel for the week-end as a school boy?
  • How did he examine himself?
  • How did Jerome come to suspect that his liver was out of order?
  • How did Jerome K Jerome succeed in examining his tongue and what were his findings?
  • How did our earth come into existence?
  • How did the children look in the nutrition centre in Kenya?
  • How do birth rate and death rate affect the population of a country?
  • How do famines occur?
  • How does financial pressure lead to the failure of students in the college?
  • How has science increased the average life span of man?
  • How has scientific method helped us in our fight against diseases?
  • How is it that a star seldom finds another star near it?
  • How would you define a lazy bluffer?
  • In what fields according to Barrel Barnard and Lon Edward has the scientific method helped us?
  • Is human life confined to the earth only if so why?
  • To what extent does the question of health lead to failure at college?
  • What are planets? How were they formed?
  • What are temperature belts?
  • What are the Asiatic history and the painful colonial background of China?
  • What are the main causes of famines?
  • What are the modern methods of removing the danger of poisoning from canned foods?
  • What is the social security benefits provided to the Chinese workers?
  • What comparison has the writer drawn to describe the total number of stars in the universe?
  • What did according to the writer’s belief happen some two thousand millions years ago?
  • What did the Abbasid caliph say on receiving the head of his governor?
  • What did the manager conclude when the writer told him that he wanted to keep all his money in that bank?
  • What did the writer ask the accountant?
  • What did the writer think he tried to throw the sack into Tile River?
  • What do the lazy bluffers do in the college?
  • What do the stories of Robin flood tell us?
  • What do the unsanitary conditions cause?
  • What do we mean by an attitude?
  • What does the writer mean by ‘fidgets’ and ‘nervous habits’ in the lesson Why Boys Fail in the College?
  • What happened to most of the babies in the past?
  • What happened when according to Sir James Jeans a wandering star wandering through space came near the sun?
  • What happened when he met his doctor?
  • What happened when the star began to move away from the sun?
  • What happens when a boy works to earn his living during his ‘college career?
  • What happens when some of the college students take too much interest in the extra-curricular activities?
  • What have the Chinese been trying to make the world realize through Edgar Snow?
  • What idea made the writer frightened when he thought of the splash?
  • What is the real hunger?
  • What is the significance to the doctor’s advice: don’t stuff your head with things you don’t understand?
  • What is the system of communes?
  • What kind of man the manager was
  • What other blunders did Leacock commit after leaving the manager’s room?
  • What part did astrology play in the lives of men and women in the past?
  • What social securities are given to Chinese women?
  • What social security benefits does a Chinese female worker receive?
  • What sort of books did the author get accumulated in his flat?
  • What sorts of books were presented by the British public to soldiers?
  • What sorts of hooks were presented by the British public to soldiers?
  • What was the ‘Skating Holiday’?
  • What was the attitude of the world toward China alter the revolution of 1949?
  • What was the condition of hungry children in Kenya?
  • What was the difference between the Friday nights and Sunday nights for the
  • What was the difference between the writer’s stay at school and that at university?
  • What was the first disease described in the book and what were the writer’s feelings after reading about it?
  • What was the piece of advice the doctor gave to Jerome?
  • What was the prescription given to him by the doctor?
  • What was the reaction of the bank employees when Stephen Leacock left the bank?
  • What were the ‘unexpected respites’?
  • What were the sanitary conditions in cities a hundred years ago?
  • What were the writer’s feelings after he had discovered that he was suffering from almost every known disease?
  • Which are the three fevers (evils) that are absent in China?
  • Which are the two main classes of boys who fail in college?
  • Which is the practical method of preservation today?
  • Who are lazy bluffers?
  • Who was Chou En Lai?
  • Why are we generally less fearful than our ancestors?
  • Why bad books should be destroyed?
  • Why could JC Squire not burn the unwanted hooks?
  • Why could not the author burn the unwanted books?
  • Why did he go to the British Museum?
  • Why did Jerome K Jerome decide to go through the book about diseases alphabetically?
  • Why did Leacock co to the bank?
  • Why did the people get the impression that the writer was an invalid millionaire?
  • Why does a boy fail even when he has ability and tries to get through?
  • Why does life not seem to have any part in the plan of the universe?
  • Why does the writer call the selling of blood ‘a heartrending spectacle’ in the case of a college boy?
  • Why has the world changed its attitude towards China?
  • Why is the le rate not so high in the more advanced countries?
  • Why is the Universe frightening?
  • Why is there life on earth?

 

Write Answer to Questions from Book II, Part II

  • Describe Christmas and Easter holidays the writer enjoyed during his school life
  • Describe Christopher’s encounter with a desert snake
  • Describe Christophers journey through the land of Thirst and Death
  • Describe the reforms introduced by Mustafa Kamal with reference to the position of woman
  • Describe the size of the Sahara coining it with that of England?
  • Describe the stay of Christopher at in bangarit how did Christopher manage to get water there?
  • Elaborate Christopher’s statement they drank until they could drink no more
  • Flow did Penicillin benefit man?
  • Give an account of the early life of Fleming
  • Give an account of the Greek attack and its defeat
  • Give some instances of Pasteurs patriotism
  • Given an account of the departure of Mehmet from Istanbul?
  • How can we say that Pasteur was perhaps even more of a patriot that of a scientist?
  • How did children look in Ghardaia?
  • How did Christopher develop interest for crossing the Sahara?
  • How did Christopher get water from a deep well?
  • How did Christopher manage to get a seat in the weapons carrier?
  • How did Christopher try to save himself from sand storm?
  • How did Elements family become Armedical family?
  • How did Fleming discover Penicillin?
  • How did he do his Latin paper?
  • How did Mehmet escape from Istanbul?
  • How did Mehmet try to regain Anatolia to himself?
  • How did Mr. Somervell teach them English writing?
  • How did Mustafa Kamal change old titles?
  • How did Pasteur cure Silkworm disease?
  • How did Pasteur cure the first patient suffering-from Hydrophobia?
  • How did Pasteur discover method of making vaccines?
  • How did Pasteur discover the treatment for the cattle disease Anthrax?
  • How did Pasteur stimulate other Scientists?
  • How did surgeons infect their patients in the past?
  • How do birth rate and death rate affect the population of a country?
  • How does the financial pressure lead to the failure of a student?
  • How was penicillin discovered?
  • How was Turkish Grand National Assembly formed in Ankara?
  • How were the names of boys printed in school list at Harrow?
  • In what respect is penicillin better than the chemical antiseptic?
  • In which subjects did Churchill want to be examined?
  • Is human life confined to the earth only if so why?
  • Narrate Christopher’s experience in the encampment of King
  • Was Fleming proud of his discovery?
  • What are the necessary coins for life to exist?
  • What did Christopher’s foster mother do with his desire to see distant places?
  • What did Mustafa Karnal say about women’s rights?
  • What did Pasteur discover about the silk worm disease?
  • What do the unsanitary conditions cause?
  • What do we mean by an attitude?
  • What do you know about Fleming’s early education?
  • What do you know about the humility and modesty of Fleming?
  • What do you mean by spontaneous generation?
  • What does hitch hiking mean?
  • What does the writer mean by inhospitable regions?
  • What good did Churchills three years stay at Harrow do him?
  • What happened to three English travelers who attempted to cross the desert?
  • What help did Pasteur render in curing the silkworm disease in his country?
  • What is aseptic method?
  • What is Hydrophobia or Rabies?
  • What is the contribution of Metchnikoff a bacteriologist?
  • What method did Lister use to protect his patients from infections?
  • What part is played by the white cells in the blood of a human body?
  • What political strategy was agreed upon between Mustafa Kamal and Ali Fant?
  • What qualities of character did Pasteur inherit from his father?
  • What revolutionary steps were taken to modernize the Turkish society?
  • What sort of books did the author get accumulated in his flat?
  • What sorts of questions are asked by your examiners?
  • What was the attitude of tic Turkish government towards the Allies after World War 1?
  • What was announced in the first meeting of the Grand National Assembly met at Ankara?
  • What was Aseptic method?
  • What was Mustafa Kamal’s first object after assuming power?
  • What was Mustafa Karnal’s response when Mehmet asked him to come back to Istanbul?
  • What was the attitude of the Turkish government towards the Allies after World War I?
  • What was the attitude of the world toward China alter the revolution of 1949?
  • What was the chief defect of the antiseptic method?
  • What was the effect of Pasteur’s treatment of silkworms on the economy of France?
  • What was the famous battle-call of Mustafa Kamal?
  • What was the first declaration by the-Grand National Assembly?
  • What was the most difficult and dangerous stage of the journey faced by Christopher?
  • What was the most noticeable feature of the desert city named Ghardaia?
  • What was the plan of resistance of Mustafa Kemal?
  • What was the problem in using carbolic acid?
  • What was the reaction of the bank employees when Stephen Leacock left the bank?
  • What were the conditions of the Treaty imposed by the Allies?
  • What were the intelligent boys taught at Harrow?
  • What were the terms offered to Turkey by the Allies?
  • What were-the initial results of Pasteur’s experiments of Rabies disease on human beings?
  • When did Mustafa Kamal abolish Fez?
  • When did the Ottoman cabinet resign?
  • When was Sultanate abolished?
  • Who and how was Lysozyme discovered?
  • Who is called the savior Turkey?
  • Who was Christopher? When did he start his journey to cross the Sahara?
  • Who was Lister and what did he do?
  • Who was Metchnikoff and what did he discover?
  • Why Churchill was taught English?
  • Why Churchill’s name was stood last in the list for about one year?
  • Why could not penicillin have been discovered in the research laboratories of America?
  • Why couldn’t Churchill do well in the examination?
  • Why did Christopher and his companions kill a camel?
  • Why did Churchill ‘fail in the examination?
  • Why did Churchill not do well in examinations?
  • Why did Fleming say that the discovery of penicillin was due to a stroke of good fortune?
  • Why did Mehmet order Mustafa Kamal to return to Istanbul?
  • Why did Mustafa Kamal adopt Roman script for Turkish language?
  • Why did not Churchill do well in examioations?
  • Why did Pasteur forget his wedding ceremony?
  • Why did the examiners test Latin Greek and mathematics of the students in Entrance Examination?
  • Why does Churchill call examinations an inhospitable region?
  • Why Turkish people did rejected the treaty?
  • Why was Mustafa Kamal sent to Anatolia?
  • Why was Pasteur rejected by National Guard?
  • Why was Pasteur rejected from the army?
  • Write a note on educational reforms introduced by Mustafa Kumar?
  • Write an incident from Pasteur’s life to show his enthusiasm for hard work
  • Write the light Nets the unities of the Greeks and that of Mustafa Ka
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8 comments

  1. Thats not fair….asa nhi krna chahye..inhy..bht ee cnfuz kr k rkha h..guess asy b k achy acho ko dekh k gas hojay…😏

  2. hahaha oh thankx to described full text book slybus ……. hm ko tu pta na tha….

  3. O helo ya gusse ha ka ya to full book sa bhi zaida question ha
    kush sharm kar

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