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Q.1:-
IN UNIT 1, YOU HAVE LEARNT ABOUT THE FORMATION OF WH- QUESTIONS. SUPPOSE YOU ARE AN ANCHOR WORKING FOR A LOCAL NEW CHANNEL. YOUR WORK IS TO TAKE INTERVIEW OF A FAMOUS POLITICIAN WHAT QUESTIONS

YOU WILL ASK HIM/HER. WRITE TEN WH-QUESTIONS THAT YOU WOULD ASK DURING THE INTERVIEW. (10)

Ans.
i. What type of election do you want?
ii. When will be announcing the manifesto of your party?
iii. What was the reason of your party’s defeat in last election?
iv. What would be your strategy in present election?
v. What is your priority for progress of the country?
vi. What is your policy on Kashmir issue?
vii. What are future plans of your party for education and poverty?
viii. Who is the responsible in your opinion for present load shedding and price influence of everything?
ix. Who should be elected in present American Election for President?
x. What should you say about the shortage of sugar and flour in our country?

Q.2:-
READ THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS AND THEN FORM QUESTIONS. (READ UNIT 1 FOR GUIDANCE). FOLLOW THE EXAMPLE. (10)
Example: You do have plenty of time. Do you have plenty of time?
• She is going to market.
• He ran away from school.
• We have won the match. They wanted to go to cinema.
• I will watch a movie.

ANS.
• She is going to market.
Q: Is she going to market?
• He ran away from school.
Q: Did he run away from school?
• We have won the match.
Q: Have we won the match?
• They wanted to go to cinema.
Q: Did they want to go to cinema?
• I will watch a movie.
Q: Will I watch a movie?
Q.3
Put the verb given in the brackets into the correct simple present tense form. Follow the example. (05)

Example: He (drive) ……………………. his father’s car.
He drives his father’s car

• He (clean) ………….. his room
• Shazia (cook) …………… for her sister.
• He (brush) …………. his teeth at night.
• The teacher (read) ………….. from the book.
• The movie (end) ……………………. at 02:00 pm.

ANS.
• He (clean) …………….. his room
HE CLEANS HIS ROOM.
• Shazia (cook) ……………… for her sister.
SHAZIA COOKS FOR HER SISTER.
• He (brush) ………….. his teeth at night.
HE BRUSHES HIS TEETH AT NIGHT.
• The teacher (read) from the book.
THE TEACHER READS FROM THE BOOKS.
• The movie (end) at 02:00 pm.
THE MOVIE ENDS AT 02:00 PM.

Q.4
IN UNIT 1, SECTION C, YOU HAVE READ ABOUT GUESSING THE MEANING OF WORDS. GIVEN BELOW ARE SOME SENTENCES, WRITE THE MEANINGS OF WORDS UNDERLINED ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT. (10)

• I was so PARCHED. I drank an entire glass of water in one gulp.
• The man’s large hat and sunglasses CONCEALED his face
• Sara DESCENDED the stairs into her basement.
• Eating too much junk food may be HAZARDOUS to your health.
• Jason was in a SOMBER mood when he heard the bad news.

ANS:
WORDS = GUESSED MEANING
PARCHED = Thirsty
CONCEALED = Hid
DESCENDED = Downward
HAZARDOUS = Risky
SOMBER = Sad

Q.5 IN UNIT 1, SECTION D, YOU HAVE LEARNT HOW TO MAKE CONNECTED SENTENCES. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING JOINING WORDS SUCH AS AND, THAT IS WHY, BUT, BECAUSE, SO. (10)
• I am hungry ……………….
• The thief escaped …………….
• We went to the park ………………
• She woke up early in the morning ……………
• He couldn’t drive ………………….

AIOU CODE 1423 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2017

Ans.
• I am hungry THAT’S WHY I am leaving for lunch.
• The thief escaped BUT the owner has recognized him.
• We went to the park AND had dinner there.
• She woke up early in the morning SO she reached there before me.
• He couldn’t drive BECAUSE he was ill.
AIOU CODE 1423 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2017

Q.6 A. Unit 2 is about Seeking Confirmation. You have seen and read that we normally use tag questions at the end of statements to ask for confirmation. Add tag questions at the end of given statements to seek confirmation. (05)
Example: It’s a beautiful night. It’s a beautiful night, isn’t it?
i. You can cook …………..?
H. Zara is intelligent …………..?
iii. We are going for the movie………………?
iv. It wasn’t very interesting…………….?
v. She didn’t steal the book……………..?

ANS:-
I) You can cook, can’t you?
II) Zara is intelligent, isn’t she?
III) We are going for the movie, aren’t we?
IV) It wasn’t very interesting, was it?
V) She didn’t steal the book, did she?

AIOU CODE 1423 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2017

Q 06 B:- In Unit 2, section D, you have been taught about “Informal or Personal Letters”. Write an informal letter to a friend asking him to help you learning English. (10)
ANS.
H.No.111, Lane 13,
G-6/4, Islamabad.
Dated: 25-11-2017

Dear Zeeshan,
Hope you will be fine and all family members as well. You will be glad to hear that upon your advice finally I have taken admission in English language course. Which has started in last week.
The teachers are good but as you know that my English is quiet poor. So I am writing to seek your help in this regard. Please guide me about what type of material I should read and what to listen/watch on TV, Internet etc.
I hope that by the Grace of Allah and your guidance, I will soon be able to understand the English in better way.
Please my Salam to everyone at home. Best regards and thanks.
Yours
Shujahat Ali

Q.7 Unit 2, section C deals with synonym and antonyms. Given below are some words. Find the synonyms and antonyms as directed:(10)
WRITE SYNONYMS:- Agenda, Invoice, Statistics, Scroll, Listing, Bulletin, Timetable, Ticket, Vocabulary, Account.
WRITE ANTONYMS:- Brief, Erase, Displace, forget, lie, Disorder, Withhold, Disorganize, Cancel, Straighten.
Ans.
SYNONYMS:-
AGENDAM = Program,
INVOICE = Bill
STATISTICS = Figure, Data
SCROLL = Document
LISTING = Citation
BULLETIN = Announcement
TIMETABLE = Schedule
TICKET = Permit, Voucher
VOCABULARY = Glossary
ACCOUNT = Description

ANTONYMS:-
BRIEF = Long
ERASE = Retain
DISPLACE = Reinstate
FORGET = Remember
LIE = Truth
DISORDER = Arrangement
WITHHOLD = Grant
DISORGANIZE = Orderly
CANCEL = Continue
STRAIGHTEN = Bend over

Q.8 IN UNIT 3, YOU HAVE LEARNT ABOUT HOW TO WRITE LETTERS OF APOLOGY. WRITE A LETTER OF APOLOGY IN THE GIVEN SITUATION: (15)
Suppose you had parked your car in a street and bike nit it.–You got very angry on the bike driver for damaging your car. After coming, home you realize that it was not his fault. You had parked your car the wrong way. You felt very bad and now write a letter of Apology to the bike driver for what happened.
ANS:-
Dear Mr. Rashid,
I would like to apologize to you for the accident that occurred on yesterday. It was entirely my fault, and though you have been more than gracious, I feel the need to extend a formal apology to you. It was absolutely an accident, but rest assured that I will be more careful in the future.
Even though my insurance will cover all the damage to your bike, I know this incident has caused you stress and inconvenience. I would like to extend to you a small gift as a token of my appreciation for your honorable behavior. Please find it as my thanks.
Again, I am very sorry for the inconvenience caused.
Sincerely,
Danish

Q.9 In Unit 4, section C you have done some exercises on skimming and scanning. Read the following text carefully, may be more than once because it is a difficult text and answer the questions given at the end.
Answer:-
ISLAMIA COUNTRY LIBRARY:-
Welcome to Islamia country library. This information leaflet will tell you about some of the types of book and other resources that you can borrow. Information about other items you can borrow and how many items can be borrowed can be found at the Enquiry Desk,

CDS AND CASSETTES:-
Music: pop, rock, jazz, blues, street, reggae and operatic.
STORIES: famous works, modern literature, children’s stories.

ENGLISH COURSE 1423 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2017

VIDEOS:-
EDUCATIONAL: Pre-school, primary and secondary degree level adult.
FILM: recent releases favorite classics children’s

BOOKS:
Fiction: romantic, horror, science-fiction, adventure.
Non-fiction: biography .history. Science travel, languages.
REMEMBER: APIRL IS LIBARARY MONTH! Find our more on 09156883388

i) WHAT KIND OF READERS THE TEXT ADDRESSES?
Ans: The text is addresses to different kinds of readers like; fond of music & movies, literature lovers, books for many kind of readers etc.

II. HOW MANY ITEMS THAT CAN BE BORROWED FROM THE LIBRARY?
Ans: CDS and cassettes, videos, books.

ENGLISH COURSE 1423 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2017

iii. IS THERE ANY INFORMATION GIVEN ABOUT HOW TO BORROW CDS?
Ans: Yes there is a leaflet which has all information about some of the types of book and other resources that anyone can borrow.

iv. WHERE TO GET MORE INFORMATION FROM ABOUT THE NUMBER OF ITEMS YOU CAN BORROW FROM THE LIBRARY.
Ans: To get more information from about the number of items you can borrow from the library there is Enquiry Desk for help.

v. WHICH MONTH IS LIBRARY?
Ans: April is the library month.

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