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BA English Paper part 1, 2017:

English Language:    B.A Punjab University 2017       

Time: 3 hrs.:                                                               Marks: 100

Note: attempt all questions from Section A and B. Be relevant and precise. Over-attempt deserves no credit:

Section A:

  1. No 1: Explain the following with reference to the context any THREE:

(i)         No time to see, in broad daylight,

Streams full of stars, like skies at night.

No time turn at Beauty’s glance,

And watch her feet how they can dance

(ii)        Remember

Twice daily

Who I am

(iii)       There’s nobody on the house-tops now…

Just a palsied few at the windows set,

For the best of the sight is, all allow,

At the Shambles Gate..or, better yet,

By the very scaffold’s foot, I trow

(iv)       I lost two cities, lovely ones, And, vaster,

Some realms I owned, two rivers, a continent.

I miss them but it wasn’t a disaster.

(v)        O listen; for the vale profound

Is overflowing with the sound,

Nightingale did ever chant

More welcome notes to wary bands

Of travelers in some shady haunt

Among Arabian sands.

vi) I was angry with my friend;

I was angry with my friend;

I told my wrath, my wrath did end,

I was angry with my foe;

I told it not, my wrath did grow.

(vi)       For only gossamer, my gown —

My tippet — only tulle –

(viii)     I cannot rub the strangeness from my sight

I got from looking through a pane of glass

It melted, and I let it fall and break.

(ix)       O then, on the shore

Of wide world I stand alone, and think

Till Love and Fame to nothingness do sink.

(x)        The allotment of death.

For the one path of my flight is direct

xi)     The apparition of these faces in the crowd;

Petals on a wet black bough.

Expansion Lines from Plays:

(i)  “I have not the pleasure of being either husband or your fiancé, so please don’t make scenes.”

(ii)        We live, so to speak, like spiders, and never see the light. The mice have eaten my livery. It isn’t as if there were no good people around, for the district’s full of them.

(iii)

Smirnov: Silly and rude! I don’t know how to behave before women. Madam, in my life, I’ve seen more women than you have seen sparrows.

(iv)       I wonder if it makes any difference. You know, one gets so used to putting at people. It’s rather difficult to realize suddenly that one oughtn’t to.

(v) My dear uncle, this is holiday. Being in London is holiday (The Boy Comes Home)

(vi) I can tell you quite well, what we fought for; we used force to put down force. That is what I’m doing now you were going to use force. The force of money to make me do what you wanted.

(vii) A good act is never forgotten; it never dies, what after these treasures, my poor wolf, compared with these you might win if you reform and join the ranks of the t5rust worthy, honorable and virtuous.

(viii) It is another of our fatal weakness and has kept us out of law and politics and diplomacy – in fact, everything but the church.

(ix) There ain’t no criminal classes, any more than virtuous classes. The rogues and the rulers may both come from the gutter, or the Palace.

(x) It was an accident that I fell in love with John. I didn’t go man-hunting.

(xi) Primrose. Of course. I don’t mean marriage in general. I mean marriage with John. He makes me feel all funny inside.

  1. No 2: Attempt any TWO of the following questions (200-225 words each) 10+10

(i)  Write a note on the state of law and order in USA after your study of “The Killers :

(ii) ” Rappaccini’s Daughter is a science fiction. Discuss”

(iii) How did Ustad Mangu feel when his hopes and expectations were not fulfilled?

(iv) “The Happy Prince” is fairy-tale or moral lesson of the story.

(v) Explain these lines. “How singular is life and how full changes! How small a thing will ruin or save one.” (Theme of the Story) Necklace:

(vi) Things are rotten at the center and rotten at the core in “The Duchess and the Jeweler”. Discuss.

(vii) The wife in “The Shadow in the Rose Garden” cannot help digging her past. Discuss.

(viii) The French soldier feels grandeur of the desert with all its force and fascination. Comment. (A Passion in the Desert)

(ix) The Little Willow” is a tale of unexpressed love. Discuss about

(x) Justify the end of play “The Bear”

(xi) Discuss the comic elements in the play “The Boy Comes Home.”

(xii) Portray Sydney’s behavior as a family thriving for some change.

(xiii) Children of broken families are difficult to handle. How?

No 3:   Attempt any TWO of the following questions (200-225 words each) 10+10

(i)  Modern man can’t stand and stare? How can we change this attitude? (Leisure)

(ii)  There are certain things that our age should avoid. Discuss (New Year’s Resolution)

(iii) How does a woman get tired of doing domestic chores? “Woman Work”

(iv)  According to poetess losses cannot bring disasters, do you agree? (One Art)

(v) What is the poet’s idea of association and memories? Explain. (The Solitary Reaper)

(vi) Poison is in fact unexcused anger and wrath. Elaborate. (A Poison Tree)

(vii) Death is a very courteous host in “Because I Could Not Stop for Death”. Explain.

(viii) What does the empty barrel signify in the poem “After Apple-picking”?

(ix) Describe the revival of the colorful life in the village. (The Vanishing Village)

(x) What are John Keats’ fears? (When I Have Fears)

(xi) How does education overcome instinct in “Snake”?

Section B:



Question No 4: Read the following paragraph and answer the question at the end. The answer must be in your own words.

1): Advertising is essentially the art of communication. As such, its origin can be traced right back to the origin of the species. “Advertising coloration” is a familiar biological phrase denoting the colours developed by certain animals to make them stand out against their natural background. 1. It is the direct opposite of camouflage. There is always a message in these colours, such as; “keep away, “mind your step”“, darling will not you care for a dance?” While camouflage is tricky and timed, “advertising” is honest, confidant, and forthright, as far as the world of nature goes. In human life, advertising through the mouth must have begun with the beginning of commerce. The tradition is still kept alive by hawkers and street vendors in our towns and villages. As regards advertising through the written word, there is archaeological evidence that it was being practiced at least 3,000 years ago. An advertisement offering a gold coin as a reward to anyone tracing out a runaway slave was unearthed in the ruins of Thebes and is computed to be as old as the third millennium B.C. It was the prototype of our “lost and found” classified ad that was painted on a wall.
Questions:
(i) What was advertising?
(ii) What does the phrase “advertising coloration” mean?
(iii) What is the difference between camouflage and advertising?
(iv) When did verbal and written advertising begin in human life?
(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.
(vi) Make a precis of the passage.

It is common in our day, as it has been in many other periods of the world’s history to suppose that those among us who are wise have seen through all the enthusiasms of earlier times and have become aware that there is nothing left to live for. The men who hold this view are genuinely unhappy but they are proud of their unhappiness, which they attribute to the nature of the universe and consider to the only rational attitude for an enlightened man. Their pride on their unhappiness makes people suspicious of its genuineness: they think that man who enjoys being miserable is not miserable. This view is too simple; undoubtedly there is some slight compensation in the feeling of superiority and insight which these sufferers have, but it is not sufficient to make up for the loss of simple pleasure. I do not myself think that there is any superiority rationality in being unhappy. The wise man will be as happy as circumstances permit and if he finds the contemplation of the universe painful beyond a point, he will contemplate something instead. I am persuaded that those who quite sincerely attribute their sorrows to their views about the universe are putting the cart before the horse: the truth is that they are unhappy for some reasons of which they are not aware.
Questions:
(i) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.
(ii) What is common with the wise today to suppose?
(iii) What is the result of pride on unhappiness?
(iv) How can a wise man be happy?
(v) Explain the meanings of the following words:
(a) Enthusiasms     (b) Contemplation
(vi) Make a summary of the passage.

Recently the mass media, formerly subservient to the medical profession, have become increasingly restive and occasionally hostile. In Germany, in particular the newspaper and television have given a great deal of time and space to the complaints against the medical profession. In Britain on BBC radio and television, the medical practices have come under sharp and aggressive criticism. Is this antagonism to the profession justified? And if so, why? I have tried to answer that question by looking at the way it deals with some of the diseases of our civilization, including the most lethal,                                                                                        heart attacks and cancer. If what emerges is an indictment of the profession, then I would rebut the charge that I am anti-doctor. What is required in the relationship between the doctor and the patient? The trust and unshakable trust, I would say. Montaigne said; “I honour physicians not for their services but for themselves”. That goes for me too.

Questions:

(i) What do you understand by the mass media?

(ii) What is the writer’s stance towards the medical profession?

(iii) What is a lethal disease? Explain.

(iv) Is there a radical change in the presentation of the art of healing by the mass media?

(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

(vi) Make a précis of the passage.

Fortunately, however, the growth of industrialism has coincided in the West with the growth of democracy. It is possible now, if the population of the world does not increase too fast, for one man’s labour to produce much more than is needed to provide a bare subsistence for himself and his family. Given an intelligent democracy not misled by some dogmatic creed, this possibility will be used to raise the standard of life. It has been so used to a limited extent, in Britain and America, and would have so used more effectively but for war. Its use in raising the standard of life has depended mainly upon three things: democracy, trade unionism, and birth control. All three, of course, have incurred hostility from the rich. If these three things can be extended to the rest of the world as it becomes industrialized, poverty can be abolished throughout the whole world, and excessive hours of labour will no longer be necessary anywhere. But without these three things industrialism will create a regime like that in which the Pharaohs built the pyramids. In particular, if world population continues to increase at the present rate, the abolition of poverty and excessive work will be totally impossible.
Questions:
(i) What connection does the writer show between industrialism and democracy?
(ii) How can the standard of life be raised?
(iii) How can poverty be abolished?
(iv) What will be the impact of increase in population at the present rate?
(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.
(vi) Make a précis of the passage.

Poverty is almost as widely shared as Islam in Afghanistan. Except for a small number of wealthy traders, nomadic tribal leaders, and the Royal family and its retainers, few Afghans have lived far from the basic level of subsistence. Throughout the century, their diet consists of coarse bread, tea, and dairy products, supplemented by fruits and vegetables in season and an occasional serving of mutton or chicken. Though the food is never plentiful, the Afghan diet during good crop years appears to be sufficient to support a vigorous population, but the precariousness of the food supply is obvious from the drastic and continuing erosion of the soil and the creeping desertization of its landscape. The poverty of most Afghan farmers and herders has imposed an elemental quality on their culture. Values are oriented toward social survival. Loyalty to the primary group ultimately takes precedence over self-assertion, despite the great importance given to personal independence. The conflict between these competing values is a major feature of Afghan life, but in-group loyalty has necessarily played the paramount role in the shaping of the attitudes toward fellow Afghans and outsiders.
Questions: 
(i) What is the economic condition of the people of Afghanistan?
(ii) What does the diet of Afghan people consist of?
(iii) Why is the food supply becoming so precarious?
(iv) What is the major feature of Afghan life?
(v) Make a suitable title of the passage.
(vi) Make a précis of the above passage

Great progress has been made by America in the field of mechanization. It is spending lavishly on laborsaving machines. Efficient organization of highly mechanized system has resulted in maximum productivity in America. With mass production, the amenities of life are available to almost every citizen. On the contrary, Europe subordinates the use of machines to human happiness and welfare. It encourages man’s reliance on his own faculties and realizes the dangers inherent in the American scheme. However great the advantages of mechanization, it crushes the creative faculty of man and makes a machine out of him. His individual liberty and personality suffer on irretrievable loss. In his moments of leisure the worker finds it difficult to turn his hands to creative work, because the machine-made goods do not inspire him in the direction of refinement. These goods also lose their fascination because mass production has given a setback to the individuality of the articles produced. The Europeans, therefore, contend that it is better to sacrifice a few material comforts than crush the aesthetic and spiritual urge in the individual which large-scale mechanization is doing in America.

Questions:

(i) What is the result of progress in the field of mechanization in America?

(ii) How has it affected the citizens?

(iii) What is the case in Europe?

(iv) Why do Europeans sacrifice a few material comforts?

(v) Make a suitable title of the passage.

(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.

The rich nations have made adjustments after the 1973 oil crisis, but the poor nations, who cannot afford the continue using oil, have to look for alternatives in order to keep up the pace of their development. The sun, therefore, offers a free supply of thermo-dynamically high-quality fuel — sunshine — to countries that are located in the earth’s solar belt (35N, 35S of the Equator), where the sun comes out every day, keeping its radiant energy undiminished. What, however, stand in the way, are a series of institutional and economic barriers which must be overcome if solar energy is to have an impact on the energy scene. The solar energy plan requires new ways of thinking. It calls for a shift from centralized energy supply systems to on-site decentralized distribution of energy. The term ‘on-site’ derives from the limited areas within which the energy produced by a system is consumed. It rests its emphasis on the social benefits rather than the cost benefits of a system.
Questions:
(i) What is the effect of 1973 oil crisis on poor nations?
(ii) What are the obstacles in the way of acquiring solar energy?
(iii) What system of distribution does the author recommend for solar energy?
(iv) What does the term “on-site” mean?
(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.
(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.

The grand strategy for his campaign against Muslim backwardness envisaged two main activities, namely; a weekly periodical to propagate progressive social and religious ideas among the intelligentsia and an institution of higher learning to impart modern education to the new generation. The two projects in his mind were closely interlinked; for without an enlightened public opinion adequate support for the educational institution could not be ensured and, obesity, without modern education the new generation would never outgrow its elders’ prejudices and misconceptions. Syed Ahmad addressed himself to the periodical first. He had tentatively proposed it in a letter, dated 22 April 1870, to Mehdi Ali as the organ of an association, which he wanted organized before his return to India for “the uplift and reform of the Muslim”, but with which his connection was not to be diverged. He had a block prepared in England for the title page of the periodical, which was to be called the Tahzib-ul-Akhlaq in Urdu and the Mohammedan Social Reformer in English. 
Questions:
(i)  What was the strategy against Muslim backwardness?
(ii) Why were the two projects interlinked in his mind?
(iii) What was Syed Ahmed’s proposal about the periodical?
(iv) When did he propose the establishment of the periodical?
(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.
(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.

Teaching more even than most other professions, has been transformed during the last hundred years from a small, highly skilled profession concerned with a minority of the population, to a large and important branch of the public service. The profession has a great and honorable tradition extending from the dawn of history until recent times, but any teacher in the modern world who allows himself to be inspired by the ideals of his predecessors is likely to be made sharply aware that it is not his function to teach what he thinks, but instill such beliefs and prejudices as are thought useful by his employers. In former days, a teacher was expected to be a man of exceptional knowledge or wisdom to whose words men would do well to attend. In antiquity, teachers were not an organized profession and no control was exercised over what they taught. It is true they were often punished afterwards for their subversive doctrines. Socrates was put to death and Plato is said to have been thrown into prison, but such incidents did not interfere with the spread of their doctrines.

Questions:

(i) What changes have occurred in the profession of teaching during the last hundred years?

(ii) What were the teachers supposed to be in golden days?

(iii) What is the function of a teacher nowadays?

(iv) Write a note on the rewards that a teacher gets nowadays.

(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.

Moral self-control, and external prohibition of harmful acts, are not adequate methods of dealing with our anarchic instincts. The reason they are inadequate is that these instincts are capable of many disguises as the Devil in medieval legend, and some of these disguises deceive even the elect. The only adequate method is to discover what are the needs of our instinctive nature, and then to search for the least harmful way of satisfying them. Since spontaneity is what is most thwarted by machine, the only thing that can be provided is opportunity; the use made of opportunity must be left to the initiative of the individual. No doubt, considerable expense would be involved but it would not be comparable to the expense of war. Understanding of human nature must be the basis of any real improvement in human life. Science has done wonders in mastering the laws of the physical world, but our own nature is much less understood, yet than the nature of stars and electrons. When science learns to understand human nature, it will be able to bring happiness into our lives, which machines and the physical science have failed to create.
Questions:
(i) Why are moral self-control, and external prohibition inadequate to deal with our anarchic instincts?
(ii) What is the adequate method of anarchic instincts?
(iii) What should be the basis of any real improvement in human life?
(iv) How can science help humanity to achieve happiness?
(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

(vi) Make a precis of the passage.

 

This brings me along to democracy, even love the beloved Republic which feed upon freedom. Democracy is not a Beloved Republic really and never will be. But it is less hateful than other contemporary forms of Government and to that extent it deserves our support. It does start from the assumption that the individual is important and that all types are needed to make a civilization is does not divide its citizens into bossers and bossed as an efficiency regime tends to do. The people I admire most are those who are sensitive and want to create something or discover something and do not see life in terms of power and such people get more of a chance under a democracy than elsewhere. They find religions great or small or they produce literature and art or they do disinterested scientific research or they may be what is called ordinary people who are creative in their private lives, bring up their children decently for instance or help their neighbors. All those people need to express themselves; they cannot do so unless society allows them liberty to do so and the society which allows them most liberty is democracy.

Questions:

(i) What other advantages of democracy can you think of in addition to the fact that it allows most liberty?

(ii) Summarize the writer’s definition of creative persons.

(iii) Why does the writer call democracy a less hateful form of Government?

(iv) What type of people does the writer like?

(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.

The chief causes of large-scale violence are love of power, competition, hate and fear. Love of power will have not national outlet when all serious military force is concentrated in the international army. Competition will be effectively regulated by law, and mitigated by governmental controls. Fear — in the acute form in which we know it — will disappear when war is no longer to be expected. There remains hate and malevolence. This has a deep hold on human nature. The wide diffusion of malevolence is one of the most unfortunate things in human nature, and it must be lessened if a world State is to be stable. It can be lessened, and be very quickly. If peace becomes secure there will be a very rapid increase of material prosperity, and this tends more than anything else to provide a mood of kindly feeling. Consider the immense diminution of cruelty in Britain during the Victorian Age; this was mainly due to rapidly increasing wealth in all classes. I think we may confidently expect a similar effect throughout the world owing to the increased wealth that will result from the elimination of war. A great deal, also, is to be hoped from a change in propaganda. Nationalist propaganda, in any violent form, will have to be illegal, and children in school will not be taught to hate and despise foreign nations.

Questions:

(i) What are the chief causes of large-scale violence in the world?

(ii) How can hate be lessened?

(iii) How can material prosperity be achieved?

(iv) How can nationalist propaganda be controlled?

(v) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

(vi) Make a précis of the above passage.





Q No5: Translate the following into English. 

جو لوگ خود غرض ہیں، محض حصول ذر کےلیے کوشاں رہتے ہیں۔ ان کا نظریہ صرف پیسہ ہوتا ہےچاہے رشوت سے حاصل کرے یا ملاوٹ سے، ذخیرہ اندوزی سے یا سمگلنگ ۔ غلط ذرائع سے پیسے کمانے والے ملک کے دشمن ہیں عوام کے قاتل ہیں۔ یہ لوگ وطن کے غدار ہیں ننگ وطن ہیں یہ ناقابل معافی ہیں۔ ہر محب وطن کو ان پر کڑی نظر رکھنی چاہیے۔ ہرممکن کوشش کی جائے کہ ان کی حوصلہ افزائی نہ ہو۔

Or

موسم سرما کی ایک عجب سی   مہک ہوتی ہے۔  ٹھنڈک کا احساس نہ صرف ہمیں جسمانی طور پر محسوس ہوتا ہے بلکہ روحانی طور پر بھی ہم اس سے بچ نہیں پاتے ۔ کا م کرنے  کا جی نہیں کرتا سستی دماغ پر چھائی رہتی ہے جی کرتا ہے کہ نرم گرم بستر ہو اور گرم گرم چائے ہو۔ لیکن نظام زندگی کے اندر ہمیں ان تمام سہولیات کو نظرانداز  کرکے اپنے مقاصد کے حصول کےلیے سردی کی شدت محسوس  کرنی پڑتی ہے۔اور اپنااصل مقاصد کے لیے ماحول کا سامنا کرنا پڑتا ہے۔

Or

2015 ہم سے رخصت ہو گیا ہے۔ اس سال نے ہمیں زندگی میں بہت سے ناقابل فراموش واقعات پیشں کیے۔ کہیں پہ خوشیوں سے ہمارے دلوں کو محظو ظ کیا تو کہیں غموں کے بادلوں سے ہماری زندگی کو ویران بھی کیا۔ خوشی اور غم ہماری زندگی کا حصہ ہیں کیونکہ اسی سے نظام زندگی رواں دواں ہے۔کچھ لوگ ہم سے بچھڑ جاتے ہیں اور ہماری زندگی میں غم اور دکھ چھوڑ کر زندگی کو الوداع کہہ دیتے ہیں۔ اور کچھ نئے لوگ ہماری زندگی میں نئی امید کی کرن بن کر آجاتے ہیں اور اس طرح ہم  آہستہ آہستہ اپنے بچھڑوں کو بھول جاتے ہیں

or

 

آج  کی دنیا میں حقیقت خوابوں سے زیادہ اجنبی بن گئی ہے۔سائنس نے  صنعتی شعبے کی کس طرح کا یا پلٹ دی ہے اور کس طرح ہماری زندگیوں کو تبدیل کر رہی ہے اسکی ایک چھوٹی سی مثال آپ کے سامنے پیش خدمت ہے۔سائنس دانوں نے خاص مادہ  میٹا  تیار کیا ہے جو اشیا کو پوشیدہ کر دیتا ہے،ہم سب اس سے بخوبی آشنا  ہیں کہ روشنی اور آواز دونو ں لہر کی صورت میں سفر کرتی ہیں  جبکہ ذیلی جوہری سطح  پر مادہ بھی لہر کی صورت میں سفر کرتا ہے۔ یہ میٹا میٹریل اپنی ساخت اور جسامت کی وجہ سے روشنی کی لہروں کو اشیا ء سے دور جھکانے والی خصوصیت کے حامل ہوتے ہیں۔ یہ مادہ جس شے پر ڈالا جاتا ہے اسکے گرد روشنی کی لہریں ایسی گھومتی ہیں جیسا کہ بہتا ہوا پانی کسی پتھر کے  گرد گھومتا ہےاور آگے جا کر مل جاتا ہے۔اس طرح وہ  شےنظروں سے غائب ہو جاتی ہے۔ اس قسم کی تحقیق کااستعمال دفاع کے شعبے میں بہت مفید ثابت ہو رہا ہے۔

Or

افغانستان میں غربت بری طرح اثرانداز ہوتی ہے۔ سوائے چند لوگوں  کے جو زندگی کی آسائشوں سے لطف انداز ہو رہے ہیں۔افغانستان کے لوگ صرف موسمی اور ملنے والی خوراک حاصل کر سکتے ہیں۔ ویرانے اور مٹی کے کٹاؤ انکی مسلسل پیداوار  انکی خوراک کی سپلائی کوبھی  متاثر کرتے ہیں۔ غربت انکی ثقافتی اقتدار پر اثرانداز ہوتی ہے۔ وہاں کے افغان ساتھیوں کے رویوں اور باہر سے آنے والوں پر گروپ بندی نے اہم کردار ادا کیا ہے

Or

کسی بھی نوجوان کے ذہن میں یہ خیال نہیں آتا کہ اسے مر جانا ہے۔ اسے یہ تو یقین ہے کہ دوسرے لوگ مر جائیں گے یا اُسے اس عقیدہ سے بھی اتفاق ہو سکتا ہے کہ  انسان فانی ہے مگر وہ انفرادی  طور پر اپنے آپ کو قائل نہیں کر سکتا۔ جوانی کا بڑھاپے اور موت کے ساتھ  مکمل مخاصمت ہوتی ہیں۔ غالباََ موت کے خوف کا بہترین علاج یہ خیال  ہے کہ جسطرح زندگی کا آغاز اسی طرح اس کا  انجام بھی ہے۔ ایک وقت وہ بھی تھا  جب ہم موجود نہ تھے۔ اور اس امر سے ہمیں کوئی تشویش نہیں ہوتی ۔ لہذا ہم خواہ مخواہ کیوں پریشان ہوں کہ ایک وقت ایسا بھی آئے گا جب ہم نہ ہوں گے۔

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جیسے جیسے بیـ اے کے امتحان قریب آتےجارہےہیں۔ہمارے  ہوش  اڑتے جارہے ہیں۔ پریشانی کے عالم میں راتوں کو نیند نہیں آتی۔ امتحان کے خوف نے ہمیں ذہنی مریض بنا دیاہے۔ امی ابو کوئی کام کہتے ہیں تو ذرا سی بات پر الجھ پڑتے ہیں اور صرف ایک ہی بہانہ ہوتا ہے کہ ہم تو امتحان کی تیاری کر رہے ہیں۔ اگر خدانخواستہ ہماری سپلی آگئی تو ہم کسی کو منہ دیکھانے کے لائق نہیں رہے گئے ۔ ماں باپ  کے  تو طعنےدرکنار ہمسائے اور دوست احباب بھی مذاق اُڑے گئے۔ یااللہ ہمیں اس ذہنی  اذیت سے چھٹکارا  دے اور پہلے ہی چانس کے اندر کامیابی سے سرخرو فرما۔

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زندگی صرف زندہ رہنے کا نام نہیں کہ کھایا، پیا اور سو لیا۔ یہ سب کچھ تو ہر زندہ چیزکو میسر ہے۔ لیکن انسان کا دنیا میں رہنا دوسری تمام مخلوقات سے مختلف ہے۔ اللہ نے انسان کو دنیا میں ایک آزمائش کے لیے بھیجا ہے۔ ہمیں یہاں رہ کر اللہ کی فرمانبرداری کرنی ہے اور پھر اپنا کھویا ہوا مقام  حاصل کرنا ہے۔ لیکن ہماری زندگی کے مقاصد ہم نے یکسر بھلا دئیے ہیں۔ اور رحمان کی بندگی کی بجائے شیطان کی پیروی کرنے لگے ہیں۔ اللہ ہمیں ہمارےصحیح مقصد میں کامیابی عطا فرمائے اور شیطان سے محفوظ رکھے

Write a dialogue between two close friends on the ill effects of smoking.

Answer: use multi topic Dialogue:

A Multiple topic dialogue for the issues of

Corruption. 2. Unemployment. 3. Smuggling. 4. Inflation 5. Dearness. 6 soaring prices 7. Over-population 8. Poverty. 9. Drugs 10. Traffic problem. 11. Terrorism. 12. Mass crisis. 13. Bribery 14. Self- reliance. 15. Nepotism 16. Accountability 17. Tax invasion 18. Dowry. 19. Violence 20. Debt Problem. 21. Load shedding 22. Inflated telephone-gas-electricity bills. 23. Despair. 24. Depression. 25. Black marketing 26. Horse trading in assemblies 27. Leg pulling 28. Hoarding.  29. Indiscipline. 30 injustices 31. Hypocrisy. 32. Favoritism. 33. Political instability 34. Provincialism 35. Insecurity 36. Regionalism. 37. Street crime. 38. Religious violence 39. Suicide Attacks. 40. Misuse of mobiles

17 thoughts on “Guess Paper 2017 (Part 1) 3rd Year, Punjab University

  1. Sir 1 ,2 and third passage of short story konse se liya giya he. Aur hamein paper mein dialogue karna chahihe ya translation

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