Here you will find LL.B Part-II English-ll Past Paper Supplementary 2020. This English-ll paper is the first paper in the LL.B (5 years) Part-II examination. Find below the past paper of the English-II Supplementary 2020.
Note: Attempt ANY THREE of the following questions: (100-150 words)
Q1. Explain the classification of civil law.
a) Justify how the ideas of love, obsession, and control exhibit themselves in the short story The Moving Finger.
b) Analyse the relationship of the protagonist with his cousin and how it underscores the theme of imagination in the story Sredni Vashtar.
c) Elaborate on the thematic concerns addressed in the story The Contest.
d) In the story The Prison, Tommy Castelli’s prison is his existence. Explain.
e) The feelings of loneliness and helplessness are explored in the story The Bath. Elucidate.
Q2. Read the following passage and answer the questions given at the end in your own words.
Marie Curie was one of the most accomplished scientists in history. Together with her husband, Pierre, she discovered radium, an element widely used for treating cancer, and studied uranium and other radioactive substances. Pierre and Marie’s amicable collaboration later helped to unlock the secrets of the atom.
Marie was born in 1867 in Warsaw, Poland, where her father was a professor of physics. At an early age, she displayed a brilliant mind and a blithe personality. Her great exuberance for learning prompted her to continue with her studies after high school. She became disgruntled, however, when she learned that the university in Warsaw was closed to Determined to receive a higher education, she women. defiantly left Poland and in 1891 entered the Sorbonne, a French university, where she earned her master’s degree and a doctorate in physics.
Marie was fortunate to have studied at the Sorbonne with some of the greatest scientists of her day, one of whom was Pierre Curie. Marie and Pierre were married in 1895 and spent many productive years working together in the physics laboratory. A short time after they discovered radium, Pierre was killed by a horse-drawn wagon in. 1906. Marie was stunned by this horrible misfortune and endured heartbreaking anguish. Despondently she recalled their close relationship and the joy that they had shared in scientific research. The fact that she had two young daughters to raise by herself greatly increased her distress.
Curie’s feelings of desolation finally began to fade when she was asked to succeed her husband as a physics professor at the Sorbonne. She was the first woman to be given a professorship at a world-famous university. In 1911 she received the Nobel Prize in chemistry for isolating radium.
Although Marie Curie eventually suffered a fatal illness from her long exposure to radium, she never became disillusioned about her work. Regardless of the consequences, she had dedicated herself to science and to revealing the mysteries of the physical world.
- What did Marie Curie and her husband discover together?
- How did Curie’s courage to gain knowledge help her in achieving higher education?
- What were the challenges faced by Curie after the sudden death of her husband?
- How did Marie Curie evolve as the first woman scientist?
- What are the challenges faced by the women in your country to pursue such passions?
Q3. Write an essay in no more than 350 words on the topic given below.
- Rights of Women in Pakistan