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LL.B Part 1 English Language Past Papers 2007 To Onward
English Language LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2012 Paper-VII
Q: 1. Attempt any three of the following questions: (Not more than 75-100 words each)(15)
- Discuss the father-son relationship in “The Fly–in the Ointment” by V.S. Pritchett.
- The Open Boat deals ‘with the human helplessness in the face of an indifferent universe. Discuss with reference to “Open Boat” by Stephen Crane.
- Explain the title The Enemy in your own words. “The Enemy by V.S. Naipaul.
- What abnormal’ things were happening to The Signalman? “The Signalman” by Charles Dickens.
- Explain the title The prison in your own words. ? The Prison” by Bernard Malamud.
Q: 2. Make a precis of the following in, your own – simple English. (10)
The word is very full of people appallingly full, it has never been so. full before and they are tumbling over each other. Most of the people one does know and some of them, one does like. But there are many ones does not like the way they live or conduct themselves in the social spheres of their lives.
Then what to do with the people one doesn’t like. There are two solutions. One of them is Nazi solution. If you do not like the people, kill them or banish them. The other way is much less thrilling, but it is on the whole way of democracies and I prefer it. If you don’t like the people. put ‘up with them. Only by adopting this method can we build an enduring civilization.
Q: 3. Change the narration of any five of the following. (5)
- He said, “I shall leave for Lahore tomorrow”.
- She says, “I am sick and tired of working hard”.
- Irum said, “One can change one’s relatives but not the neighbors”.
- “Hurrah, we have one the match”, the children said excitedly. –
- He said to me-,-“Don’t worry, I will help you”.
- He said to me, “I believe in helping the friends”.
- The teacher said to us, “The Sun is stationary”.
Q: 4. Correct any five of the following. (5)
1- None of us like the idea.
2- The Principal, as well as staff members, were present at the meeting.
3- He availed of the opportunity.
4- one must not boast of his success.
5- he told me he will go to Lahore.
6- He confined on me,
7- Vie population of Karachi is bigger than Lahore.
Q: 5. In each of the following chose the words which
best completes the given sentences. Any five. (5)
1- I felt when he told’ me that my son had slapped his friend.
- a) happy b) cautious
- c) embarrassed d),
2 Now a days, we are facing :a— heat.
- a) soothing b) depression
- c) scorching d) * light.
3- He is a man of sterling ——–
- a) integrity b.) integration
- c) integers d)
4- you like a cup of tea?
- a) could b) would
- c) should d)
The accused was guilty——– murder.
a) about b) upon
- c) off d)
6- I went directly to my boss to ——- his approval.
- a) order b) collect
- c) seek d)
Because of———– power supply machine is lying
a) inert b) sudden
c) erratic d) wrong
Q: 6. Write a dialogue between two friends on a visit to Swat valley. (10)
English Language LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2013 Paper-VII
(ii) English language All parts of a question must be attempted at one place.
i) Attempt any three of the following questions. (75-100 words)
1. The central theme’ of the story How it Happened by Arthur Conan Doyle is loyalty and companionship of the chauffeur. Discuss how the narrator reacts to the offer of Perkins to take control of the car.
2. The Father in the fly in the ointment is a typical businessman who wants to make money at any cost. Why does he reject the offer at first and them accepts it?
3. The Doo in the Wall is a science fiction. Discuss.
4. Discuss the idea of split personality in the lady in the looking Glass.
Q2. Make a précis of the following in your own English. (Credit will be given to your own words, not just copying from the question paper)
Children work-because there are people who have vested interest in. their work children are far cheaper than adults; they are docile and can be more easily laid off when business slows down. Many children are economically active and many persons use their services simply because child labour is prohibited by law but it is not being fully implemented. That is why children work in agriculture, small workshops or stores in the urban informal sector, in family enterprises or as domestic servants.
Moreover, in branches of activity in which child labour is in fact prohibited the law is very often inadequately enforced because of lack of genuine political will to apply it and weak enforcement machinery.
Why do some very poor families send their children to work while others what are just as poor, prefer to keep them in school? Are the deficiencies of the educational system that push many children to go to work, the result of under-development and poverty? Under-development and poverty may be the factors responsible of child labour, But, the fact-is that, to a large extent, child labour exists ad is on the rise for the simple reason that society is unaware of it or tolerates it, sometimes even its most abusive manifestations as it were part of the natural order of things.
Q3. Change the narration of any five of the following
1. He said, ” I am now very Happy”
2. Samina said that she had bought a computer in 2011.
3. They said to the servant “cook and food,”
4. She says that she goes to her college by bus.
5. He said to his sister, “Try to finish you work in time.
6. Zeb asked me not to walk so fast.
7. I said to hem, “where have you been?”
Q4. Correct any five of the following.
1. She is ablest girl here.
2. She is B.A.
3. She did many works in her house.
4. Neither Aslam nor Ahmed was there.
5. They availed of this opportunity.
6. I have read now of these two books.
7. Sun rises in the east.
Q5. In each of the following choose the word which best completes the sentence. (Any Five)
1. They fell off the horse a canal
(a) in (b) into (c) inside (d) over
2. He is as firm as
(a)gold (b) rock (c) stone (d) stone
3. He is going to see a
(a)Psychologist (b) psychological (c) psychology (d) Philologist.
4. It is to tell a lie.
(a)Sin (b) Crime (c) habit (d) virtue
5. He died fever.
(a) from (b) by (c) of
6. The workers demand a deal from the
(a) oval (b) square (c) triangle (d) bipolar
7. They knocked the door.
(a) of (b) on (c) at (d) over
Q6. Write a dialogue between two friends on the demerit of social media. (10)
English Language LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2014 Paper-VII
Note: Do not write more than the prescribed limit. All parts of a question must be attempted at one place.
Q.1. Attempt any three of the following questions, (75-100) words (15)
a. Discuss the ending of How it happened. Is there something unreal.
b. The Door in the vall in a science fiction. Discuss.
c. How is the nartrator’s perception of isabella Tyson different from her actuality in The lady in the looking Glass.
d. Discuss the story The prison as a metaphor.
e. What abnormal things were happening to the signalman?
Q2. Make a precis of the following in your own English. (10)
Credit will be given to your own words, not just copying from the questions paper.
Children work because there are people who have vested interest in their work.- Children are far cheaper than adults; they are cocile and can be more easily laid off when business slows down. Many children are economically active and many persons use their services simply becuase child labour is prohibited by law but it is not being fully implemented.
That is why children. work in agriculture. Small work Shops or stores in the urban informal sector, in family enterprises or as domestic servants. Moreover, in branches of activity in which child labour is in fact prohibited the law is very often inadequately enforced because of lack of genuine political will to apply it and weak enforcement machinery.
Why do some very poor families send their children to work while others that are just as poor, prefer to keep them in ‘schools? Are the deficiencies of the educational system that so many children to go to work, the result of under-development and poverty? Under-development. and poverty may be the factors responsible for child labour. But, the fact is that, to a large extent, child labour exists and is on the rises for the simple reason that society is unaware of it or tolerates it, sometimes even its most abusive manifestations as it were part of the natural order of things.
Q3. Change the Narration of any five of following: (5)
i. He said, “I have finished reading the newspaper”.
ii. She said, “Do you like fruits”?
iii. He said, “God is one”
iv. The old man said, “Salim is going with ”
v. Zeb asked me not to walk-so fast.
vi. The teacher said, “Where have you been”?
vii. They said to me, “You are a cleber student”.
Q4. Correct any five of the following.
i. Your’s faithfully.
ii. My uncle waited me at the airport.
iii. Here are two examples of this change.
iv. Ahmad is a M.A.
v. Neither Aslam nor ahmad were there.
vi. I walked the cafeteria this morning.
vii. He listened the song.
Q5. In Each of the following choose the word which Best completes the sentences: (any five) (5)
i. Take your coat.
(a) off (b)up (c)down
ii. She-takes her mother.
(a) on (b) after (c) under
iii. Put the briefcase.
(a) in (b) down (c) against
iv. He is going to see a
a) Psychologist (b) psychological (c) psychology
v. I sat down a chair.
(a)in (b) on (c) up
vi. He looked back the coat.
(a) on (b) at (c) off
vii. The bomb can any building.
(a) wreck (Li) rack (c) wreak
Q6. Write a dialogue between two students on the choice of profession. (10)
English Language LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2015 Paper-VII
Note: Do not write more than the prescribe(limit. All parts of a question must be attempted at one place.
Q.1. Attempt any three of the following questions: (75-100 words each) (15)
(a) Discuss the ending of “How it Happened.” Is there something unreal?
(b) The son in “The Fly in the Ointment” is marginalized when he faces the father Discuss.
(c) Write a note on the thematic concern of any of the short stories you like in your syllabus.
(d) “The Door in the Wall” is a science fiction. Discuss.
Q2. Make a precis of the following in your own English. (1)
(Credit will be given to your own words, not just copying from the questions paper).
It is physically impossible for a well- educated or brave man to make money the chief object of his thoughts, just as it is for him to make his dinner the principal object of them. All healthy people like making money ought to like it and enjoy the sensation of winning it; it is something better than money. A good soldier, for instance, mainly wishes to du his fighting well. He is glad of his pay very properly so, and justly grumbles when you keep him ten years without it still his main notion of life is os win battles, not to be paid for winning them.
So of clergyman’s object is essentially baptize and preach not to be paid for preaching. So of doctors, they like fees no doubt, out to like them; yet if they are brave and well-educated, the entire object of their lives is a not fee. They, on the whole, desire to cure the sick, and if they are good doctors, and the choice get it. And so with all the other brabe and rightly trained men; their work is first, their fee second, very important always, but still second.
Q3. Change the narration of any five of the following.
i. Direct: The leader said, “I shall do my work myself”.
ii. Direct: They asked me, “What are you doing?”
iii. Indirect: She asked me to bring her a glass of water.
iv. Direct: He said, “God is one”.
v. Direct: He said, “We have won the match.”
vi. Indirect: She told me that she was going to the market.
vii. Direct: Ahmed said, “Will you go for a walk with me?”
Q4. Correct any five of the following. (5)
i. Ali is M.A.
ii. He did not went to school.
iii. Neither Aslam nor Ahmed were there.
iv. He got of the bus.
v. Your’s faithfully.
vi. She said that I am coming.
vii. I love with my mother.
Q5. In each of the following, choose the word that best completes the sentence. (Any Five) (5)
i. A surprise gift is hidden the —- (a)veil (b) vial (c) vile
ii. The medicine will your pain.
() decrease (b) lesson (c) lesson
iii. The cake was cut four pieces.
(a) into (b) up to (c) for
iv. The film is based. a true story.
(a) from (b) by (c) on
v. She apologized her son’s poor behaviour.
(a) for (b) at (c)at
vi. It is a to tell a lie.
(a) sin (b) virtue (c) habit
vii. He is an firm as
(a) gold (b) stony (c) rock.
Q6. Write a dialogue between two friends on the demerits of social media. (10)
English Language LL.B PART-I ANNUAL 2017 Paper-VII
NOTE: ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS.
Q. 1: Attempt any three of the following questions:
i. The Signalman” is the story of a man who has be isolated from the society for an extended penoo. Comment.
ii. Does the absence of companionship leads to the psychological breakdown of the protagonist in The Yellow Wallpaper?
iii. How does “The Enemy” probes into human nature?
iv. What kind of day to day imprisonment is discussed in “The Prison”?
v. Discuss the relation between father and son in “The Fly in the Ointment”.
Q. 2: Make a precis of the following and suggest a suitable title. Refrain from copying extracts from the original paragraph. (10)
Philosophy” is a word which has been used in many ways, some wider, some narrower. I propose to use it in a very wide sense, which I will now try to explain. It is something intermediate between.theology and science. All definite knowledge-so I should contend-belongs to science; all dogma as to what surpasses definite knowledge belongs to theology. But between theology and science there is a No Man’s Land, exposed to attack from both sides; this No Man’s Land is philosophy. Almost all the questions of most interest to speculative minds are such as science cannot answer, and the confident answers of theologians no longer seem so convincing as they did in former centuries.
Is the world divided into mind and matter, and, if so, what is mind and what.is matter? Is mind subject to matter, or is it possessed of independent powers? Has the universe any unity or purpose? Is it evolving towards some goal? Is there such a thing as wisdom, or is what seems such merely the ultimate refinement of folly? To such questions no answer can be found in the laboratory. Theologies have professed to give answers, all too definite; but their very definiteness causes modem minds to view them with suspicion. The studying of these questions, if not the answering of them, is the business of philosophy.
Q. 3: Change the voice of any five of the following: (5)
i. They were interviewing her for the job.
H. Tom is writing the letter.
iii. Everyone understands English.
iv. This issue was brought up by the employees during the meeting.
v. The professor told him not to talk in class.
vi. • Women are said to be smarter than men.
vi. The fire has destroyed the house.
Q. 4: Correct any five of the following : (5)
i. I wouldn’t mind your coming late if you do not wake me on.
He is independent from his parents.
iii. Sonia is taller of the two girls.
iv. Could you please move the bit?
v. This chair is quite cheap at $20.
vi. We do not sell things at credit.
vii. labour, so shall we reward.
Q. 5: In each of the following chose the word which best completes the sentence. (Any five) (5)
1. He is a man of sterling .
a) Integrity b) integration c) integers
2. —- you like to have a cup of tea?
a) Could b) should c) would
3. To be blue eyed boy means
a) to suffer from an eye disease
b) to have impure blood
c) to be hot favourite.
4. It was an unhappy life he lived, full of many anxieties,
a) that b) which c) as
5. Because of his behaviour, I am not able to predict any thing
a) dumbfounded b) erratic c) wrong
6. Sialkot is a major town of Pakistan,
a) developing b) popular d) cultivagted
7 It was his practice to all stakeholders in the
decision making process,
a) involve b) join c) order
Q. 6: Write a dialogue between two friends on importance of sports in our national life. (10)