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http://www.cssforum.com.pk/css-compu...papers-15.html

chk this page and the other as well...i guess here are some flaws in ur correction...
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Hey Noreen it was a pleasure to check ur answers. Here are the corrections for the sentences of which the voice needs to be changed from active to passive. I am only mentioning those which are wrong:
4. Why should you suspect me?
5. My performance pleased the establishment.
10. The death of their leaders is being avenged by the Palestinians.
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I just reviewed the page whose link u have posted and I think that english grammar is not something so precise as mathematics. I mean to say that it is a bit subjective. In reference to the answers of the direct speech there can be a bit variation in the answers but that doesn't really matter as long as you follow the basic principles of grammar
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We're dealing with a very dramatic and very fundamental paradigm shift here. You may try" to lubricate your' social interactions with personality techniques and skills, but in the process, you may truncate the vital character base. You can't have the fruits without the roots. It's the principle of sequencing: Private victory precedes Public Victory. Self-mastery and self-discipline are the foundation of good relationship with others. Some people say that you have to like yourself before you can like others. I think' that idea has merit but if you don't know yourself, if you don't control yourself, if you don't have mastery over yourself, it's very hard to like yourself, except in some short-term, psych-up, superficial way. Real self-respect comes from dominion over*self from true independence. Independence is an achievement. Inter dependence is a choice only independent people can make. Unless we are willing to achieve real independence, it's foolish to try to develop human relations skills. We might try. We might even have some degree of success when the sun is shining. But when the difficult times come - and they will - We won't have the foundation to keep things together. The most important ingredient we put into any relationship is not what we say or what we do, but what we are. And if our words and our actions come from superficial human relations techniques (the Personality Ethic) rather than from our own inner core (the character Ethic), others will sense that duplicity. We simply won't be able to create and sustain the foundation necessary" for effective interdependence. The techniques and skills that really make a difference in human interaction are the ones that almost naturally flow from a truly independent character. So the place to begin building any relationship is inside ourselves, inside our Circle of Influence, our own character. As we become independent - Proactive, centered in correct principles, value driven and able to organize and execute around the priorities in our life with integrity - we then can choose to become interdependent - capable of building rich, enduring, highly productive relationships with other people.


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self respect and others respect

people often try to make well respectable place in society,but this is not possiable to follow the the principles and skills of that society but it needs to improve your own inner character first, you must identify yourself except this you can,t get the valuable position in society.it is god to to improve yourself first before starting relation with other people, because people sees the inner character of a person nothing else,so to make good respect in society not comes from good relation with society but comes in man due to his own character within himself.when we get success in the improvement of our own character then we can learn the respect of others.....
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