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Dear Charlie

I heard that you will be interviewing Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in London next month. She is a truly remarkable person. Allow me to suggest that you not only do your homework about her but also include the other person she shared the Nobel Prize with. Also, make notes about the Nobel prize. Did you know, Alfred Nobel was the inventor of dynamite, in 1867? All the best with the interview. I really envy you.

Your friend

Ahmad

 
       
1.   In the letter, Ahmad expresses his  
         
    A appreciation of Charlie  
    B jealousy of Charlie  
    C gratitude to Charlie  
    D hatred for Charlie  
         
  All the citizens of this earth need hope. Future generations need hope. Peace has become hollow because nobody knows how to go about it. The clue lies in knowing yourself, knowing who you are. - P Rawat  
       
2.   The text is about  
         
    A peace and harmony  
    B peace and hope  
    C peace and caring  
    D peace and self-realisation  
         
  "Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding." - Albert Einstein  
         
3.   The quotation suggests that  
         
    A Albert Einstein likes to talk  
    B peace is a good objective  
    C wars are futile  
    D peace must not be enforced  
         
  An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind - Mahatma Gandhi  
         
4.   Which of the following is the closest in meaning to an eye for an eye ?  
         
    A The law of relativity  
    B The low of realisation  
    C The law of retaliation  
    D The law of gravity  
         

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    Answers : 1A    2B    3C    4C
 
     
 
 

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