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Wednesday, 12 October 2016

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Life in a Big City & Life in a Village

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Life in a Big City & Life in a Village

Quotations for essay

  • Life in a Big City
  • Life in a Village
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Life in a Big City & Life in a Village by Asad Hussain

Life in a Big City


  • In cities no one is quiet but many are lonely. (Fisher)
  • What I like about cities is that everything is king size, the beauty and the ugliness. (Brodsky)
  • If you would be know and not be known, live in a city. (Colton)
  • The people are the city. (Shakespeare)
  • In the busy haunts of men. (Felicia D. Hemans)



Life in a Village


  • But what is happiness except the simple harmony between a person and life they lead. (Albert Camus)
  • Life is really simple, but men insist on making it complicated. (Confucius)
  • In the country, people are quite but few are lonely. (Fisher)


Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations A Picnic Party Or a Visit to Historical Place & Terrorism / Terrorism and Jihad / Religious Intolerance / Fanaticism

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations A Picnic Party Or a Visit to Historical Place & Terrorism / Terrorism and Jihad / Religious Intolerance / Fanaticism 

Quotations for essay

  • A Picnic Party Or a Visit to Historical Place
  • Terrorism / Terrorism and Jihad / Religious Intolerance / Fanaticism
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations A Picnic Party Or a Visit to Historical Place & Terrorism / Terrorism and Jihad / Religious Intolerance / Fanaticism by Asad Hussain

A Picnic Party Or a Visit to Historical Place


  • What peaceful hours I once enjoyed! How sweet their memory still. (Cowper)
  • What is this life if full of care, we have no time to stand and stare? (W. Davies)
  • Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful. (Luther Burbank)
  • Party honesty is party expediency. (Gorver Cleveland)



Terrorism / Terrorism and Jihad / Religious Intolerance / Fanaticism



  • Fanaticism obliterates the feelings of humanity. (Edward Gibbon)
  • It is better to understand a little than to misunderstand a lot. (Anatole France)
  • Religion is nothing else but love to God and man.
  • If we like them, they're freedom fighters.... If we don't like them, they're terrorists. (Carl Sagan)
  • Mankind most evolves for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is Love. (Martin Luther King)
  • Ashamed is humanity of the wounds gives by thee.
  • The cries of pain are there and pain understood.
  • The more we sweat in peace, the less we bleed in war.


Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Women's place in the Society & A Cricket Match

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Women's place in the Society & A Cricket Match

Quotations for essay

  • Women's place in the Society
  • A Cricket Match
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Women's place in the Society & A Cricket Match by Asad Hussain

Women's place in the Society



  • Paradise is under the feet of Mother. (Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW))
  • Men are what their mothers made them. (Emerson)
  • A woman is like your shadow; follow her, she flies, fly from her, she follows. (Chamfort)
  • The society of women is the foundation of good manners. (Goethe)
  • The crown of creation. (Herdeb)
  • Man his will, but woman her way. (Holmes)




A Cricket Match


  • Sports serve society by providing vivid examples of excellence. (George Will)
  • Never let a win get to your head, or a loss to your heart. (Chuck D)

Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Favourite Poet Or Our National Poet

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Favorite Poet Or Our National Poet 

Quotations for essay

  • My Favorite Poet Or Our National Poet
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Favourite Poet Or Our National Poet by Asad Hussain

My Favorite Poet Or Our National Poet



  • A poet is born, not made.
  • Empty of concord is the soul of Europe whose civilization to no Makkah bonds. (Allama Iqbal)
  • Love's madness has departed in the Muslim's vein the runs thin; Ranks broken hearts perplexed, prayers cold, No feelings deeper than the skin. (Allama Iqbal)
  • His giant wings prevent him from walking. (Baudelaire)
  • He dies....Alas! How soon, he dies. (Johnson)



Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Hero in History Or My Favorite Personality

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Hero in History Or My Favorite Personality

Quotations for essay

  • My Hero in History Or My Favorite Personality
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Hero in History Or My Favorite Personality by Asad Hussain

My Hero in History Or My Favorite Personality



  • Greatness be nothing unless it be lasting. (Napoleon)
  • All the history is the biography of great man. (Carlyle)
  • Times makes heroes but dissolves celebrities. (Boorstin)
  • A good man never dies. (Callimachus)
  • Hail, ye heroes! Heaven born band! Who fought and bled in freedom's cause. (Joseph Hopkinson)
  • The hero is one who kindles a great light in world who sets to blazes torches in dark streets of life for men to see. (Felix Adler)
  • A hero is someone who has given his life to something bigger than himself. (Joseph Compel)
  • A hero is someone who can be admired without apology. (Kitty Kelly)
  • The hero living his own life being true to himself radiates a light by which others may see their own way. (Laurence G Boldt)
  • He (SAW) reached the highest rank of perfection. He removed darkness by his light. Beautiful are all his attainments and blessing to him and his family. (Sheikh Sadi)
  • Of all the religious personalities of the world, Muhammad (SAW) was the most successful. (Quotation from Encyclopedia Britannica)



Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Aim in Life

FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Aim in Life 

Quotations for essay

  • My Aim in Life
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FSc ICS FA Quotes Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations My Aim in Life  By Asad Hussain

My Aim in Life



  • What makes life deary is the want of a motive. When a person know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind. (George Eliot)
  • Hitch your wagon to a star. (Emerson)
  • Great amibition is the passion of a great character. (Napoleon)
  • You are every move you make. Make a move. (Asad Hussain)
  • This one step choosing a goal and sticking to it changes everthing. (Scott Reed)
  • Ingenuity, plus courage, plus work, equals miracles. (Bob Richards)
  • The mould of man's fortune is in his own hand. (Bacon)
  • Arriving at one goal is the starting point to others. (John Dewey)
  • Big results require big ambitions. (James Chaupy)
  • Ambition is the germ from which all growth of nobleness proceeds.
  • If you have confidence in yourself you can achieve anything. (Asad Hussain)
  • We aim above the mark to hit the mark. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
  • The aim, if reached, makes great the life.
  • No failure, but low own is a crime.
  • It does not matter how to die, but is matters a lot how to live and living depends on the aim of life.
  • Make up your mind. This clears the fog around you. (Asad Hussain)
  • For every new disease in the town, you should look for a new herb in the town.
  • Ambition is the final book of every author, the final page of every book, the final word of final page and final word of final letter.



Written by: Asad Hussain

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

FSc ICS FA Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Page 1

FSc ICS FA Intermediate Part 2 English Essays Quotations Page 1

Quotations for essay

  • My Hobby
  • Importance of Education
  • My First Impression of the college
  • My Last Day at College
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My Hobby

  • From the garden of plants, do  I move towards the garden of inner joys, the flower dance on leaves, and ideas dance on heart beats and mind.
  • A thing of beauty is a joy forever. (Keats)
  • Leisure is the time for doing something useful.
  • Earth is here so kind that just tickle her with a hoe and she laughs with a harvest. (Douglas)
  • And in my flower beds, I think, smile the carnation and the pink. (Rupert Brooke)
  • Blessed is the man who has hobbies.
  • A happy a day keeps the doldrums away. (Phyllis Mc Ginley)
  • Life is a hobby. (Joshua Lederberg)
  • Hobby is an alternative mental interest. (Sir Winston Churchill)
  • Some books are to be taste, some are to be swallowed and others are to be chewed and digested.
  • Literature becomes a living memory of a nation.
  • Books are not the lust of lifeless papers but the minds alive on the shelves.
  • The love of gardening is a seed once sown that never dies. (Gertrude Jekyll)


Importance of Education

  • Education is better safeguard of liberty than a standing army. (Edward Everett)
  • Education is the process of driving a set of prejudices down your throat. (Martin H. Fisher)
  • Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that thing that is worth knowing can be taught. (Wilde)
  • What greater or better gifts can us of the republic than to teach and instruct our youth. (Cicero)
  • We get Education to able to think and question and when we are able to question everything they try to shut us. (Asad Hussain)


My First Impression of the College

  • Colleges are places where pebbles are polished and diamonds are dimmed. (Robert Green)
  • A college education should equip one to entertain three things: a friend, an idea and oneself. (Thomas Ehrlich)
  • Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself. (Chinese Proverb)


My Last Day at College

  • Friends depart and memory takes them to her caverns, pure and deep. (Thomas Haynes)
  • There is no substitute for hard work. (Edison)
  • The music in my heart I bore long after it was heard no more. (Wordsworth)
  • Heavy hearts, like heavy clouds in the sky, are best relieved by the letting of water. (Revarol)
  • And sold learning never falls without the verge of college walls. (Charles Churchill)

Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech Types of Pronoun

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech Types of Pronoun

Pronoun

A pronoun is used in place of a noun or more nouns.
e.g. he, she, they etc


  • Subject Pronoun
  • Object Pronoun
  • Possevive Pronoun
  • Indefinite Pronoun
  • Reflexive Pronoun
  • Intensive Pronoun
  • Antecedent
  • Interrogative Pronoun
  • Demonstrative Pronoun
  • Distributive Pronoun
  • Reciprocal Pronoun
  • Relative Pronoun


Subject Pronoun
Subject pronoun is a personal pronoun that is used as the subject of a sentence/verb.
e.g. I, are, he, she, it, we, they, what and who.

Object Pronoun
An object pronoun is a personal pronoun that is used as the object of a verb or of a preposition.
e.g. me, it etc.

Possessive Pronoun
A pronoun that shows who or what has something. A pronoun indicating possession.
e.g. mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs

Indefinite Pronoun
A pronoun that does not refer to any person, amount, or thing in particular.
e.g. anything, anybody, anyone, something, somebody, someone, nothing, nobody, none, no one.

Reflexive Pronoun
A pronoun that points the action of the verb back to the subject.
e.g. myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, oneself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.

Intensive Pronoun
It is a pronoun that is used to add emphasis to a noun or pronoun already named.
e.g. She herself prepared the entire meal.

Antecedent
An antecedent is the noun or group of words to which a pronoun refers.
e.g. She made rice.

Interrogative Pronoun
An interrogative pronoun is a pronoun used in order to ask a question.
In modern English there are five interrogative pronouns: what, which, who, whom, and whose.

Demonstrative Pronoun
A demonstrative pronoun is a pronoun that is used to point to something specific within a sentence. These pronouns can indicate items in space or time, and they can be either singular or plural.
e.g. this, that, these and those.

Distributive Pronoun
A distributive pronoun considers members of a group separately, rather than collectively.
They include each, any, either, neither and others.

Reciprocal Pronoun
A reciprocal pronoun is a pronoun which is used to indicate that two or more people are carrying out or have carried out an action of some type, with both receiving the benefits or consequences of that action simultaneously.
e.g. each other, one another.

Relative Pronoun
A relative pronoun is used to connect a clause or phrase to a noun or pronoun.
e.g. that, which, who, whose, whom, where, when.

Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc Notes Part 1 Biology Branches of Biology

FSc Notes Part 1 Biology Branches of Biology

Branches of Biology

Morphology:
Study of form and structures of different parts of living organisms.

Anatomy:
Study of internal gross structure of living organisms.

Physiology:
Study of functions of different parts of body.

Histology:
Study of tissues with the help of microscope.

Cystology:
Study of cells and their organelles.

Genetics:
Study of hereditary characters and their inheritance.

Zoogeography:
Study of geographical distribution of animals on earth.

Molecular Biology:
Study of structures of organisms, the cells and organelles at molecular level.

Environmental Biology:
Study of organisms in relation to their environment. This includes interaction between the organisms and their inorganic and organic environment specially it relates to human activities.

Microbiology:
Study of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, protozoa etc)

Fresh Water Biology:
Study of life in fresh water bodies( such as ponds, river, lakes etc) and physical and chemical parameters of these water bodies.

Marine Biology:
Study of life in seas, oceans, physical and chemical parameters of the sea.

Biotechnology:
It deals with the use of living organisms, systems or processes in manufacturing and service industries.

Parasitology:
Study of parasites i.e., structure, mode of transmission, life histories, host parasite relationship.

Palaeontology:
Study of fossils and their relation with evolution of life on earth.

Embryology:
Study of formation and development of embryos.

Evolution:
Study of origin of new species by diversification of older ones.

Taxonomy:
It deals with the naming and classification of organisms.

Human Biology:
It deals with the study of man. This includes form and structure, functions, histology, anatomy morphology, cell biology, genetics etc. of human beings.

Social Biology:
Study of social behavior and communal life of human beings.


Written by: Asad Hussain


FSc Notes Part 1 Biology Levels of Biological Organization

FSc Notes Part 1 Biology Levels of Biological Organization

Levels of Biological Organization


Biosphere
Parts of earth inhabitated by living organism; includes both the living and non-living components

Ecosystem
A community together with its non-living surroundings.

Community
Two or more populations of different species living and interacting in the same area.

Population
Members of one species inhabiting the same area.

Species
Very similar, potentially interbreeding organisms.

Multi-cellular Organism
An individual living thing composed of many cells.

Organ System
Two or more organs working together in the execution of a specific body function.

Organ
A structure normally composed of several tissue types that form a functional unit.

Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform a specific function.

Cell
The unit of life.

Organelle
A structure within a cell that performs a specific function.

Micro-molecules ans Macro-molecules
A combination of atoms.

Atom
The smallest particle of an element that retains the properties of that element.

Subatomic Particle
Particles that make up an atom


Written by: Asad Hussain

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech

Parts of Speech

Introduction

1. Written language is made up of letters, which stand for sound. The letters of any language are called its Alphabets. The English Alphabet contains twenty-six letters. Letters a, e, i, o, u are called Vowels. The remaining are called Consonants.

Letters have two forms. Capitals and small letters.
Capitals: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.
Small: a b c d e f g h u I j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z.

The following words should begin with capitals:
  • The first word of every sentence.
  • The first word of every line of poetry.
  • All proper names: Asad, Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Name of the days of week and of the months of the year: Saturday, Monday etc., April, May etc.
  • The words I and O.
  • Single letters standing for words: BS., M.A.

2. Letters are united to form Words.
Any part of a word that can be sounded at once is called syllable.
The word absent has two syllables, ab and sent. In every syllable there must be at least one Vowel.
Accent is a distinctive way of pronouncing a language. The change in the accent results in the change of the meaning of a word. Nouns and Adjective are generally accented on the first syllable while the verbs are accented on the second syllable.

3. A sentence is any number of words having a full meaning. It always contains a finite verb:
Iqbal was a great poet of Pakistan.

A Clause: It is a sentence which is part of a larger sentence:
This is a house which my father bought.

A Phrase is a group of words that make sense but not a complete sense. It has no finite verb:
On account of, in the long run, on a bicycle.

Every sentence consists of two parts. The Subject i.e. the naming part and the Predicate i.e. The stating part. In the sentence “A goat gives milk” A goat is the Subject and gives milk is the Predicate.

Parts of Speech

  • Noun
  • Pronoun
  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Preposition
  • Conjuction
  • Interjection
Noun 
A word or group of words that names a person,a place,an activity,a quality or an idea is called noun
e.g;
Ahmad arrives tomorrow.
Honesty is liked everywhere.

Pronoun
A word used instead of a noun or noun phrase is called pronoun.
e.g;
They do not tell a lie.
She met Alia yesterday.

Verb
A word or group of words used to describe a state,an action or experience is called verb.
e.g;
She sleeps. 
I am a student.

Adjective
A word use to add something to the meaning of a noun or pronoun is called adjective.
e.g;
He is a nice man.
Ahmad is brave.

Adverb
A word or groups of words that qualifies anything accept a noun or a pronoun is called adverb.
e.g;
He ran fast.
Please talk sensibly.

Preposition
A word or group of words placed before a noun or a pronoun to show what one person or thing has to do with another person or thing is called preposition.
e.g;
Water is essential for life.
Bring me a cup of tea.

Conjunction
A word that joins one word to another word,phrase or sentence is called conjunction.
e.g;
We ate fish and chips.
I like it but i can't afford it.

Interjection
A word thrown into a sentence to express some sudden feeling or exclamation is called interjection. Sometimes other parts of speech like adjectives, adverbs etc. are used as interjections.
e.g;
Alas!he has ruined the project.
Oh!what a loss.


Written by: Asad Hussain  &  Usama Hussain

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech Types of Noun

FSc ICS FA Intermediate English Parts of Speech Types of Noun

Noun

A noun is the name of a person, a place, an activity, a quality or an idea. Noun can be used as the subject or object etc. in a sentence.
e.g process, combustion, Usama, book

Types of  nouns



  • Common noun
  • Proper noun
  • Pronoun
  • Concrete noun
  • Abstract noun
  • Compound noun
  • Possessive noun
  • Collective noun
  • Countable noun
  • Non-countable noun
  • Gender-specific noun
  • Gerunds


Common noun
A common noun denotes no particular person, place or thing. It is common to all persons or things of the same kind.
e.g. Boys, Book, City etc.

Proper noun
A proper noun is the name of a particular person, a place or a thing. A proper noun begins with a capital letter.
e.g. Usama, Lahore etc.

Pronoun
A pronoun is used in place of a noun or more nouns.
e.g. he, she, they etc

Concrete noun
A concrete is a noun that refers to material things. Things you touch, see, taste, feel and hear things you interact with everyday.
e.g.  tree, cloud, toys etc.

Abstract noun
An abstract noun names ideas, feelings, or qualities. Things you cannot see or touch.
e.g. Bravery, truth, joy etc.

Compound noun
A compound noun is a noun made up of two or more words.
e.g court-martial, pickpockets, water bottle etc.

Possessive noun
A noun that shows ownership or relationship is called possessive noun. It always has an apostrophe.
e.g. Usama's, author's etc.

Collective noun
A name given to a group of people, animals, or things that act as a unit. Words used to describe groups.
e.g. team, class, family etc.

Countable noun
A noun given to things you can count is called countable noun. It can occur in singular as well as plural form.
e.g bike, bikes, car etc.

Non-countable noun
A noun given to things you cannot count is called countable noun.
e.g. food, music etc.

Gender-specific noun
Nouns which are definitely male or female are known as gender specific nouns.
e.g. vixen, actor, actress etc.

Gerunds
Nouns that represent actions are known as gerunds.
e.g. running, guessing etc.

Written by: Asad Hussain