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Part C this gamble means general gambling of money
The word suitable here is gambol
meaning to jump playfully
e . He ought not to have spoken

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Part C this gamble means general gambling of money
The word suitable here is gambol
meaning to jump playfully
g. Hey! watch out for the car.

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Question 7:

Complete the conversation with the correct idiom in the correct form: (10)

Keep regular hours, an unearthly hour, the small hours, a night owl, have a night out, at any moment, have oneís moments, have a minute to all oneís own, a night on the town, on the spur of the moment:


"morning, Paul! You look tired". "Yes I am. I had a late night last night. Iím not usually
a night owl but I had a night out, some friends yesterday. I have been so busy all week that Iíve hardly a night on the town so I really enjoyed the small hours. I start work early, so I usually Keep regular hours but yesterday was an exception. I didnít think. I got into bed and must have fallen asleep, because the next thing I knew my landlady was shaking me, saying she was sorry to wake me at such an unearthly hour, but she thought there was a burglar in the kitchen".

"Well where was her husband?"

"Mr. Dickís working on the night-shift, and I was the only man in the house. I am usually a coward, but I do have my moments so I grabbed my tennis racket, which was the only thing I could think of on the spur of the moment, and crept downstairs".

"And then?"

" I saw a dark figure in the kitchen with a knife in his hand, ready to strike at any moment. I was just about to hit him with the racket, when a voice shouted out, " "Hey!
Itís me! It was Mr. Dick. He had forgotten his sandwiches".

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Question1: Precis

Title: Bourgeois of 9th century

Explaining the bourgeois of 9th century, Besant writes that this class had its own values which were not dictated by society. They did not welcome people belonging to upper class into their domain. Middle class had a sense of individuality and respect for itself. In later ages, when they increased in number, they became more aware of their importance and respectable position in society. They criticized lavishness of upper class and acted as role models for lower class. They had their own criterion of respect. Bad behaviour, prodigy and haughtiness were not considered respectable.

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Original: 282
Precis: 94

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4. Correct the following sentences:

(a) The lake free zed rapidly.
(a) The lake froze rapidly.

(b) The firm was unwilling to forego its usual commission.
(b) The firm was unwilling to forego its commission.


(c) We watched the lambs gamble on the green.
(c) We watched the lambs gambling on the green.

(d) He belonged to the gild of carpenters.
(d) He belonged to the guild of carpenters.

(e) He hadnít ought to have spoken.
(e) He hadn't ought to speak. (not sure)

(f) Is this his half Ė brother?
(f) Is he his half-brother?

(g) Hay! Watch out for the car!
(g) Hay! Watch out the car!

(h) This is the historical spot where he was shot dead.
(h) This is the historic spot where he was shot dead.

(i) We bought a Japanee print.
(i) We bought a Japanese print.

(j) Fresh flowers smell sweetly.
(j) Fresh flowers smell sweet.
h.This is the spot where he was shot dead.

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Question 7:

Complete the conversation with the correct idiom in the correct form: (10)

Keep regular hours, an unearthly hour, the small hours, a night owl, have a night out, at any moment, have oneís moments, have a minute to all oneís own, a night on the town, on the spur of the moment:


"morning, Paul! You look tired". "Yes I am. I had a late night last night. Iím not usually
a night owl but I had a night out, some friends yesterday. I have been so busy all week that Iíve hardly a night on the town so I really enjoyed the small hours. I start work early, so I usually Keep regular hours but yesterday was an exception. I didnít think. I got into bed and must have fallen asleep, because the next thing I knew my landlady was shaking me, saying she was sorry to wake me at such an unearthly hour, but she thought there was a burglar in the kitchen".

"Well where was her husband?"

"Mr. Dickís working on the night-shift, and I was the only man in the house. I am usually a coward, but I do have my moments so I grabbed my tennis racket, which was the only thing I could think of on the spur of the moment, and crept downstairs".

"And then?"

" I saw a dark figure in the kitchen with a knife in his hand, ready to strike at any moment. I was just about to hit him with the racket, when a voice shouted out, " "Hey!
Itís me! It was Mr. Dick. He had forgotten his sandwiches".

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Question1: Precis

Title: Bourgeois of 9th century

Explaining the bourgeois of 9th century, Besant writes that this class had its own values which were not dictated by society. They did not welcome people belonging to upper class into their domain. Middle class had a sense of individuality and respect for itself. In later ages, when they increased in number, they became more aware of their importance and respectable position in society. They criticized lavishness of upper class and acted as role models for lower class. They had their own criterion of respect. Bad behaviour, prodigy and haughtiness were not considered respectable.

Word Count
Original: 282
Precis: 94

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4. Correct the following sentences:

(a) The lake free zed rapidly.
(a) The lake froze rapidly.

(b) The firm was unwilling to forego its usual commission.
(b) The firm was unwilling to forego its commission.


(c) We watched the lambs gamble on the green.
(c) We watched the lambs gambling on the green.

(d) He belonged to the gild of carpenters.
(d) He belonged to the guild of carpenters.

(e) He hadnít ought to have spoken.
(e) He hadn't ought to speak. (not sure)

(f) Is this his half Ė brother?
(f) Is he his half-brother?

(g) Hay! Watch out for the car!
(g) Hay! Watch out the car!

(h) This is the historical spot where he was shot dead.
(h) This is the historic spot where he was shot dead.

(i) We bought a Japanee print.
(i) We bought a Japanese print.

(j) Fresh flowers smell sweetly.
(j) Fresh flowers smell sweet.
c. gamble is wrong gambol is correct
e. He ought not to have spoken.
g. Hey! Watch out for the car
h. This is where he was shot dead
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Besant describing the middle class of the 9th century wrote " In the first place it was for more a class apart. "In no sense did it belong to societyMen in professions of any kind (except in the Army and Navycould only belong to society by right of birth and family connectionsmen in tradeóbankers were still accounted tradesmenócould not possibly belong to societyThat is to say, if they went to live in the country they were not called upon by the county families and in the town they were not admitted by the men into their clubs, or by ladies into their housesÖ The middle class knew its own placerespected itselfmade its own society for itself, and cheerfully accorded to rank the deference due."

Since then, however, the life of the middle classes had undergone great changes as their numbers had swelled and their influence had increased.

Their already well Ėdeveloped consciousness of their own importance had deepened. More critical than they had been in the past of certain aspects of aristocratic life, they wee also more concerned with the plight of the poor and the importance of their own values of society, thrift, hand work, piety and respectability thrift, hand work, piety and respectability as examples of ideal behavior for the guidance of the lower orders. Above all they were respectable. There were divergences of opinion as to what exactly was respectable and what was not. There were, nevertheless, certain conventions, which were universally recognized: wild and drunker behaviors were certainly not respectable, nor were godlessness or avert promiscuity, not an ill-ordered home life, unconventional manners, self-indulgence or flamboyant clothes and personal adornments. 
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From the start man related to any field was categorized on the basis of status.Explaining the bourgeoisie of 9th century Besant said that this class has its own values, merits and demerits.by the uncivil and disregard behavior of upper class bourgeoisie made their own caliber of honor and didnít allow upper class to join them. Nevertheless due to rise in their number from past they knew their position in society.By high class swanky behavior they acted as a role model for lower class. They made their own criterion for respect,however,lunatic and extravagant behavior are not respectable.
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society is produced by our wants and government by our wickedness


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Scholars of political science have defined society as a human organization in which a number of persons group themselves together for some particular purpose. Thus, a crowd is not a society for its members have no common purpose. Man comes into this world with certain instincts which are necessary for his survival,he feels the wants for food and shelter self-protection.for which he joins others to form a group. in this way societies originated. As a member of a group, the individual could easily protect himself from his enemies as also from the hostile forces of nature. With the passing of time these earliest societies became more and more elaborate, till they assumed their modern complex form.But the formation of society was not enough by itself. Wicked persons tried to harm other members of the group and interfered with the satisfaction of their wants. Some individual had, therefore, to be appointed to restrain such evil minded persons. He was the head of the group whom they all obeyed. He not only maintained order internally, but also arranged for the protection of the group from the attack of some other similar groups. Such were the beginnings of government. the formation of society and government makes it clear that society arose to satisfy human wants and the government originated out of human wickedness. But society has other functions, too, besides satisfying human wants. Man is a social animal and he can never be happy without the company of his fellow beings. Society is essential for his happiness the government might originate out of human wickedness, but it is not as evil as the anarchists would have us believe. So long as all human beings are not angels, government of some form or the other is essential. We cannot do without a government.
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Scholars of political science have defined society as a human organization in which a number of persons group themselves together for some particular purpose. Thus, a crowd is not a society for its members have no common purpose. Man comes into this world with certain instincts which are necessary for his survival,he feels the wants for food and shelter self-protection.for which he joins others to form a group. in this way societies originated. As a member of a group, the individual could easily protect himself from his enemies as also from the hostile forces of nature. With the passing of time these earliest societies became more and more elaborate, till they assumed their modern complex form.But the formation of society was not enough by itself. Wicked persons tried to harm other members of the group and interfered with the satisfaction of their wants. Some individual had, therefore, to be appointed to restrain such evil minded persons. He was the head of the group whom they all obeyed. He not only maintained order internally, but also arranged for the protection of the group from the attack of some other similar groups. Such were the beginnings of government. the formation of society and government makes it clear that society arose to satisfy human wants and the government originated out of human wickedness. But society has other functions, too, besides satisfying human wants. Man is a social animal and he can never be happy without the company of his fellow beings. Society is essential for his happiness the government might originate out of human wickedness, but it is not as evil as the anarchists would have us believe. So long as all human beings are not angels, government of some form or the other is essential. We cannot do without a government.
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This one is copied too.
Here you go; Read it from second paragraph.

http://voices.yahoo.com/society-prod...410.html?cat=9
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yes i took that material but my aim is not just copying i found it better for my expansion......if this method is not right then please correct me

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sorry for my mistake n thank you for correcting me

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I think it might be grazing, as lambs can't gamble on grass.

By the way good going Fearer, we can learn a lot from you.
Its probably gamboling, as opposed to gambling.
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Froze is correct
Forego is to precede, forgo is correct meaning to give up
gambol is correct, meaning to graze
guild, meaning union; gild means to cover with gold
hadn't ought is wrong, its .. ought not to
Hey, not hay (which is grass)
historic (famous) not historical(related to history)
Japanese not Japanee
smell sweet, not smell sweetly
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