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Divyansh Bharti 11 hours ago

No, But the extract Packing I have read.
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Lavanya Singh 11 hours ago

He was a 60 yr old painter who lived in the same storey building in which sue and Johnsy lived. His desire was to paint a masterpiece and he did that when Johnsy lost her hope and decided to die when the last leaf fell, then painted a leaf.... It is an elaborated form of this answer u can write according to marks .... Hope it helps ūüėä
He was patron of Akbar
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Praful Gaming Yt 11 hours ago

Which chapter please mention while asking your question

Ravi Kumar 13 hours ago

I don't no what is Answer
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Rahul Singh Adhikari 14 hours ago

Because u ka sound nahi aa rha hai

Rahul Singh Adhikari 14 hours ago

U and O

Khushi Parveen 1 day, 21 hours ago

T I silent

Navpreet Kaur 1 day, 22 hours ago

T is silent

Yash Gupta 1 day, 23 hours ago

T is silent
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Pranjali Shete 13 hours ago

Dinmani is none other than newspaper only.

Swagatika Sahu 2 days, 1 hour ago

I think dinamani is the name of the local newspaper of rameswaram. Reasons for my answer is in the text the writer had told that after hearing about the war from his brother-in-law jallaludin ,he would later attempt to trace the things in the headlines of dinamani.from this line we can know that dinamani is the name of a local newspaper.

Aarya Sharma 2 days, 13 hours ago

Dinamani is maybe a name of the newspaper because abdul said that he used to trace the headlines of war in dinamani.
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Pranjali Shete 13 hours ago

' The Role of music in our lives'
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Ashutosh Deo Tiwary 2 days, 16 hours ago

The child sees a number of things which fascinate him on his way to the fair First, he saw toys at a shop. Then he saw a flowering mustard field. In the fields, the child saw dragon flies bustling about on their wings and a lone black bee in search of sweetness from the flowers. Then while walking on the footpath he was attracted by the insects and worms. As he neared the village with his parents, he saw huge crowds of people going to the fair. The child also came across a sweetmeat seller selling sweets like burfi and gulab jamun. A little further he came across a flower seller who was selling a garland of gulmohar. Walking ahead, he saw a man selling rainbow-coloured balloons. He also saw a snake charmer who stood playing a flute to a snake. Finally, he saw a roundabout in full swing. The child keeps lagging behind his parents because the child is fascinated by all the things he sees on his way. At times, he stops to be able to buy toys and at other times he stops to admire the beauty of the nature ‚Äď collecting flowers, catching butterflies.

Somya Sahoo 3 days, 11 hours ago

The child sees a number of things which fascinate him on his way to the fair First, he saw toys at a shop. Then he saw a flowering mustard field. In the fields, the child saw dragon flies bustling about on their wings and a lone black bee in search of sweetness from the flowers. Then while walking on the footpath he was attracted by the insects and worms. As he neared the village with his parents, he saw huge crowds of people going to the fair. The child also came across a sweetmeat seller selling sweets like burfi and gulab jamun. A little further he came across a flower seller who was selling a garland of gulmohar. Walking ahead, he saw a man selling rainbow-coloured balloons. He also saw a snake charmer who stood playing a flute to a snake. Finally, he saw a roundabout in full swing. The child keeps lagging behind his parents because the child is fascinated by all the things he sees on his way. At times, he stops to be able to buy toys and at other times he stops to admire the beauty of the nature ‚Äď collecting flowers, catching butterflies.
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Jagdish Prajapati 3 days, 16 hours ago

What is a computer
From pursuing stick

Suzanne Smitha 3 days, 17 hours ago

The snake is trying to escape from the pursuing stick. Human beings try their level best to kill the snake. They take it for granted that the snake is poisonous and harmful
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In the Kingdom of Fools is a famous Kannada folktale adapted from A.K. Ramanujan‚Äôs ‚ÄėFolk Tales from India‚Äô. This interesting story is about a kingdom of fools that was ruled by a silly king and his foolish ministers. He along with his ministers ordered the people of the kingdom to consider night as day and day as night. They would sleep all day long and perform their daily tasks during the night. One fine day, a guru and his disciple visited the kingdom and were surprised about the reverse rules set by the king and his ministers. They were more astonished to find out that everything in the kingdom cost a single rupee only. The guru and his disciple were happy initially as they could buy anything by just spending a rupee. However, the guru understood that it was not a wise decision to stay in a kingdom of fools, so he left. His disciple was unwilling to leave the kingdom because of the ready availability of good food at a reasonable rate. He was a big foodie and ate plenty of food and grew fat in a matter of a few days. One day, a thief broke into the house of a rich merchant by making a huge hole in the wall and sneaked in. While he was returning with the stolen items, the wall of the house collapsed on his head, killing him instantly. However, the thief‚Äôs brother approached the king and complained to him that the house owner (merchant) should be punished for not building a strong wall. The king immediately summoned the merchant to his court. When the merchant arrived, he blamed the bricklayer for building a weak wall. The bricklayer, an old man, was called to the king‚Äôs court and pleaded with the king to punish the dancing girl for distracting his attention from work as she went to and fro that street all day wearing jingling anklets. The dancing girl who had become old now blamed the goldsmith as he had delayed his work and made her walk up and down that street several times. Soon, the goldsmith was brought into the king‚Äôs court, who said that he was busy attending a rich merchant‚Äôs orders that time due to some wedding rituals in his family. It was, therefore, ruled out that this merchant was the same house owner whose wall had collapsed on the burglar. The merchant pleaded that his father was the one who ordered the jewellery and he was dead already. But, the king decided to punish the merchant for his father‚Äôs deeds. A new stake was ordered to proceed with the execution. However, the merchant was extremely thin to fit the execution stake. So, the king ordered to search for a fat man to fit the stake. The king‚Äôs men searched the entire kingdom and found the disciple as an ideal fit for the stake. But as he was innocent, he pleaded with the king not to punish him for others‚Äô deeds. Since, it was a kingdom of fools, no one listened to him. Waiting for his execution, the disciple then remembered his guru‚Äôs words and requested him to help him. His guru who was blessed with magical powers could see his disciple‚Äôs condition in his vision. At once, he arrived to save his disciple. He quietly whispered some words in his disciple‚Äôs ears. Then, he requested the king to punish him instead of his disciple. However, when the disciple heard this, he requested the king to put the stake on him as he was brought there for execution first. Puzzled about who should die first; the king asked to resolve the conflict, the guru dubiously told him that whoever would die on the stake first would be reborn as the future king of that kingdom. The one who died next would become the key minister of the kingdom. The king was baffled and did not want to lose his kingdom to someone else in the subsequent life. So, he had a discussion with his minister and finally concluded that they should go on the stake to continue being the king and minister in the next life. That night, they secretly went to the prison and set free the guru along with his disciple. The next morning, the king and his minister who disguised themselves as the guru and his disciple were executed on the stake. When the people of the kingdom saw that the king along with his minister were executed, they made the guru and his disciple as their king and minister, respectively. Although the guru was hesitant initially, he finally gave in and reversed the rules of the kingdom and the people began leading a normal life like other kingdoms.
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Mohan asked to me that if would help his friend to search for his bike.

Ambika Chowdhury 4 days ago

Mohan asked me if I would help his friend to search for his bike.
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Shabd Kumar 3 days, 19 hours ago

He asked his friend whether his friend was thinking to meet him that day.
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Pehal Porwal 3 days, 21 hours ago

‚ÄúNo Men Are Foreign‚ÄĚ is a poem which promotes the concept of universal brotherhood. The poet says that everyone in this world is the same. All men are equal. We may belong to different countries, speak different languages, but above all, we are first human. Our basic needs are the same. We eat, breathe, live and die in the same way. The poem conveys a beautiful message of ‚Äútogetherness and peace‚ÄĚ. It warns us not to fight or hate each other.

Suzanne Smitha 4 days, 12 hours ago

Let me explain in order of each paragraph. 1)In the first line the poet says that no men are strange, and no country is foreign. So, he is attempting to remove the borders from the Earth which have been erected to separate different countries. Then only no country will be foreign. We will feel every country as our own land when there will be no borders, everyone will be free to move around. The poet wants to say that the entire Earth is one and all the people who live on this Earth belong to one human race. Then he says that inside the uniforms worn by soldiers of different countries, the human being is the same. God has made all of us in a similar way. All breathe in the same way. Then he says that all the soldiers are our brothers ‚Äď we all walk upon the same ‚ÄėMother Earth‚Äô and upon our death, shall lie in the grave in the same Earth. 2)They‚Äô refers to those people who belong to other countries. We call them foreigners and discriminate them and fight with them also. The poet says that nature has given all the bounties to all people also just like he has given to us. Everyone gets sunlight, air and water in equal measure which means that God does not differentiate between people from different countries. We all do farming during the time of peace, when there is no war. We live a relaxed life and eat the things given to us by nature. Further, he adds that the way we starve during wars and winter time is the same for those belonging to other countries. Even they don‚Äôt get food at that time.¬† So, he wants to say that foreigners who belong to another country and we, both are same. And then the poet says that even their hands are same as ours, they work very hard just like we do. He is giving all these examples to covey to the reader that there is no difference in us and the people belonging to another country. 3)The poet asks the reader to remember something. He says that we should keep in mind that the people of another country, whom we think to be our enemies, have been bestowed by God with similar appearance like us. God has given them eyes like ours which open when awake and close when we are asleep. Similarly, he has given them strength which we can win through love. Then he says that in every country, in every land there is one common thing, that is life. Life means all the things that are living. And if we can recognize them and if we can understand their feelings and realize that they are like us, then there will be no fights or wars between us. 4)The poet says that we should remember that whenever someone tells us to hate a person from another country, to think him as our enemy, and whenever we think someone to be our enemy, then we deprive ourselves, we cheat ourselves, and we condemn ourselves. He says that we should stay away from such negativity. We should not consider anyone to be our enemy. During a war, both the parties must bear the loss. And that is why the poet says that war is not in our favour. He says that whenever we pick any weapon against someone, we should remember one thing‚Ķ‚Ķ. 5)We should keep in mind that whenever we pick weapons against any person, we make the Earth dirty because weapons kill people and their bodies which fall on the Earth make it dirty. Whenever war happens, it leads to a lot of bloodshed, fire and death. These dead bodies accumulate on the Earth and it make it impure. The fire of war which erupts, the smoke which comes out, the dust which fills the air - it is so dirty that it pollutes and outrages the purity of the air. With all these things the poet wants to give us a message that we should not indulge in war. Finally, he ends the poem by writing the first line in reverse and saying that Remember, no men are foreign, and no countries strange. SUMMARY: The poem ‚ÄėNo Men Are Foreign‚Äô begins and ends with the same line- ‚ÄėRemember no men are strange, no countries foreign‚Äô as the poet wants to emphasize on the fact that all the people living on this Earth are the same and that we have created distinctions by erecting borders and fences, different languages, etc. While we are alive, we walk on the same Earth and upon our death, we will lie in our graves in the same earth. He draws another similarity that we all enjoy good food during peace and starve during war and in winter time. We all have similar hands which we use to do a lot of hard work. All of us have eyes which remain open when we are awake and close when we are asleep. He reminds the reader that whenever we hate someone, we cheat and hate ourselves. Also, when we pick up weapons against someone, we pollute the Earth and make it impure with the huge mounds of dead bodies strewn on it.
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Pehal Porwal 3 days, 21 hours ago

MacDonald was of jovial nature. He used to play around with his kids . He had five children

Suzanne Smitha 4 days, 12 hours ago

Mr Macdonald was a really nicefather¬†who loved his children and spent time with them and played with them. He didn't scold them or punish them. For¬†Kezia¬†he was avery kind person.Mr. Macdonald was a loving father. He would play ‚Äėtag5 with his children. He would put the baby Mao on his shoulders. Two girls would hang on to his pockets. He would run round and round the flower beds laughing. He was very nice and friendly with his children. He was just opposite to the Kezia's father. He never punished his children. He played with them whenever he was free. Kezia‚Äôs father, on the other hand, never played with her. He always looked angry and harsh.
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Nisha Hdbrn 2 days, 14 hours ago

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Suzanne Smitha 4 days, 12 hours ago

The author has described his father as a man following austerity, but giving due care to all needs of his family. He has described his mother as a woman with a large heart who used to cook for everyone visiting the household. Moreover, Abdul Kalam has described himself as a short and thin boy from tall and handsome parents.
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Suzanne Smitha 4 days, 15 hours ago

Wanda Petronski is a Polish girl who has shifted to America from Poland with her parents. Wanda posses a Polish heritage. Wanda is a name difficult to pronounce. She belongs to a very poor family and lives in the poor area of town with her brother and father upon Boggins Heights. She is very shy and quiet. She does not talk to anyone and hardly speaks anything in class or laughs. She has no friends and sits in the last row of the class with some naughty boys so that nobody notices her. She wears the same faded blue dress every day which is not ironed but clean. Everybody teases her in class for her dress and shoes every day. In anger, she claims of having a hundred dresses and sixty pairs of shoes at home. She is very determined and shows her determination in the drawing competition by displaying a hundred sketches of dresses she claims to own. Each of them is so beautiful, that she wins the competition and surpasses Peggy. Wanda posses a great capacity for forgiveness and extending friendship to Maddie and Peggy. Everybody in the class claps for her in joy.

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