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ENG101 Assignments # 4 Solution Spring 2012

Q.1     ‘Paraphrasing is just another name for your writing style’. Paraphrase the            following paragraphs in your own words.  (5)             Note: The paraphrasing must be one-third of the following excerpt. One day, when he was in a merry mood, he made a looking-glass which had the power of making everything good or beautiful that was reflected in it almost ... Read More »

ENG101 Assignments # 3 Solution Spring 2012

Q1.  Correct the grammatical mistakes in the following sentences.           (5 marks) 1. No less than fifty men were injured in the accident. 2. He is the taller of the two brothers. 3. He would make a better engineer than a doctor. 4. I do not like such movies, which are immoral. 5. Poultry has given him great profit. Solution 1. ... Read More »

ENG101 Assignments # 2 Solution Spring 2012

Q.1     Define the following terms and give an example for each.                               (5)   i. Hasty Generalization         ii. False Cause NOTE: Any other examples relevant to ‘hasty generalizations’ and ‘false cause’                would be considered correct too. Sol: a) Hasty Generalization: This is a very common fallacy. A person who draws a conclusion on the basis of insufficient evidence is ... Read More »

ENG101 Assignments # 1Solution Spring 2012

Q1.  In language learning, ability to use lexicon appropriately and skillfully is         considered equivalent to one third of language learning. Write the steps          involved in the usage of lexicon.                                                             (5 Marks)  Sol: Lexicon can be defined as “a book containing an alphabetical arrangement of the words in a language and their definitions, or the vocabulary of a language, ... Read More »