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Class 10 english full notes in sequence

Class 10 english full notes in sequence

Unit 4

Inference

Question 1 Answer.
Yes, population explosion is a bigger disaster than famine breakout in a country.

Question 2 Answer.
Yes, It is advisable to limit the family size because people having large families face great difficulties.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Inference End.

Short Questions

Question 1 Answer.
When the resources in a country fall short of meeting the needs of its people, it is called over population.

Question 2 Answer.
Since its inception, Pakistan is facing the problem of illiteracy, poverty, pollution, unemployment, lawlessness, terrorism, inflation, corruption and loans.

Question 3 Answer.
The population of Pakistan in 1947 was 33 millions.

Question 4 Answer.
Birth rate means number of births in one year for every 1000 persons. High birth rate results in over population – which is a serious treat to a country.

Question 5 Answer.
Life expectancy has increased due to the use of improved health technologies.

Question 6 Answer.
Over population hampers economic growth. IT decreases purchasing power of the people. Decreased demand for goods affect investment in the country and thus economic growth of the country suffers.

Question 7 Answer.
Education is a key ro success against the menace of over population. It generates awareness among the public and creates a healthy environment. Through education we can make the people aware of the dangers of over population.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Short Questions End.

Vocabulary

Question 1 Answer.
Over population is a global problem. When resources of a country do not meet the needs of its people it is called over population. Pakistan is also facing this problem which has badly affected the economic growth of the country. The increase in population has resulted in low standard of living. Govt should take some steps to set up health centres which may help and guide people regarding this problem. Seminars and walks should be aranged to make the people aware of the dangers of over population.

Question 2 Answer.
Over population is the main cause of all bad state affairs in the country. Due to over population Pakistan is facing the problems of poverty, unemployment, inflation, defective tax structure, rising number of crimes and pollution.

Question 3 Answer.
Over population is a big hurdle in the economic growth of a country. Over population arises when resources of a country fall short of meeting the needs of its people. Over population decreases the purchasing power of people which affects investments and thus the economy of a country suffer. Over population also has adverse effect on agriculture leading to a decline in productivity.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Vocabulary End.

Writing

Question 1 Answer.
Over population
Political instability
Corruption

Question 2 Answer.
Birth rate should be decreased.
People must be educated and made aware of the dabgers of over population.
Literacy rate should be improved.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Writing End.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Unit 5 Start.

Unit 5

Inference

Question 1 Answer.
Yes, I think that equal rights to women is helpful for the prosperity of a country. Woman play a very important role in society. Today they are taking active part in socila life. they are sucessful in every field of life. So they shoud be given equal rights. they farm almost half of the population, so without the role of woman, a country is not able to make progress.

Question 2 Answer.
Yes is is true that equality is stressed upon in ovver religion but it is not practiced. All human beings are equal in the eyes of GOD (ALLAH). Islam teaches us civic equality but we violate this principle. In out society poor and rich are differently treated. Similarly the women are considered inferior to men. They are treated as servants in the houses of their hsubands.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Inference End.

Short Questions

Question 1 Answer.
Begum Liaqat learned to care for others ar that time when her mother used to regularly visit a sanatorium in Almora.

Question 2 Answer.
She accompanied her husband to Quaid-e-Azam’s residence to request the Quaid to return to India and resume the leadership of Indian Muslim.

Question 3 Answer.
In 1942, the Quaid said to her “Be prepared to train the women . Islam does not want woman to be shut up and new see fresh air”.

Question 4 Answer.
At the time of partition, when the refugees started to migrate to the newly created country, she called upon women to collect food and medical supplies.

Question 5 Answer.
He praised his wife while addressing a political rally in Karachi. He said, that his wife had taken the people of pakistan to work in refugee camps and she has led the women to hospitals to work as nurses.

Question 6 Answer.
APWA is all Pakistan women’s association and it was founded in 1949.

Question 7 Answer.
Rana Liaqat Ali Khan was the first woman delegate to the united nations.

Question 8 Answer.
She was the designate ambassador to Netherlands, Italy and Tunisia.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Short Questions End.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Unit 6 Start.

Unit 6

Inference

Question 1 Answer.
No, countries can not progress without generating revenues. Revenues are a great source of income for a country. If people do not pay taxes honestly, it is impossible for a country to amke progress. Tax is not just a source of income but it also plays key role in building institutions and democracy thorugh making the state accountable payer to its tax.

Question 2 Answer.
Yes, not paying taxes amounts to cheating. people who do not want to pay taxes to government , they hide their incomes and cheat govt by giving false statements about their income and expenditures.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Inference End.

Short Question

Question 1 Answer.
The author’s first impressonof the visitor is of a businessman who wants to open a shop in his neighbourhood.

Question 2 Answer.
In the opening part, a stranger visits the narrators shop. The narrator thought him to be a businessman, but the man is actually an employ of income tax office who is here to enquire about the narrator’s income.

Question 3 Answer.
He started asking about his business because he thought him to be a businessman. And he also thought that an owner of a business firm must be conversational in society, so he started to ask questions from him.

Question 4 Answer.
The author is not against paying taxes actually he criticizing people who do notpay taxes.

Question 5 Answer.
The author says so because he is shocked after reading the paper given to him by the stranger.

Question 6 Answer.
The author found a rich man who helped him fill his forms so as not pay what he should according to what he told to his early visitor.

Question 7 Answer.
The envelop contained nothing except a form on which to report the income of the author.

Question 8 Answer.
From this we get the impression that the rich person was very expert in cheating and tax avoidance. But still he considered a man of high moral character and of great social standing.

Question 9 Answer.
The title is the “Income Tax Man” who is actually an assessor. He is very expert in enquiring and assessing people’s income. He comes and makes the narrator admit the income of 214000/-. The whole story revolves around him.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Short Questions End.

Writing

Question 1 Answer.
The story is about those people who do not want to pay taxes onestly. They hide their income at the cost of their self-respect. The theme of the story is of social nature.

Question 2 Answer.
The ending of the story seems to be tricky.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Writing End.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Unit 7 Start.

Unit 7

Inference

Question 1 Answer.
Yes, peaceful co-existence adds to happy life style. peace brings peace, harmony, comfort and security to society.

Question 2 Answer.
Yes, we should always try to do virtuous things. Virtues brings comfort.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Inference End.

Short Quetions

Question 1 Answer.
Hazrat Umar (RA) was born in Makkah in 40 before hijra.

Question 2 Answer.
Hazrat Umar (RA) led a very simple life.

Question 3 Answer.
The envoy asked about the palace of the caliph. As the caliph led a life of ordinary people having no palace at all. That was why the Arab was surprised to hear about the palace.

Question 4 Answer.
He said about the Baithull-Mal that he had no more authority over the Baith-ul-Maal than a custodian has over the property of an orphan.

Question 5 Answer.
Every governor had to sign a bond on his appointment that he would put on coarse clothes, and would eat coarse bread and that the complaint would have and easy access to his presence at any time.

Question 6 Answer.
The caliph at once hurried to Madina, brought back a bag of flour on his back and fed the hungry family.

Question 7 Answer.
No, he did not take a drop of it until a peoples’s committess permitted him to do so.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Short Questions End.

Writing

Question 1 Answer.
Yes. I agree Hazrat Umar (RA) led a very simple and peaceful life. He considered himslef a servant of his subjects. He helped the in every way. He provided protection and security to each and every one. He abolished distinction between poor and rich. He treated Muslims and non-Muslims equally with justice. That was why perfect peace prevailed throughout his vast kingdom.

Question 2 Answer.
Intolerance is a big problem and a high threat to world peace. It has resulted in wars and ethnic and religious violence and terrorism. Sectarianism is on the rise in our society. All these things are because of lack of tolerance.

Class 10 english full notes in sequence Writing End.

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