• Importance of English
    institutes are being developed and organized. It has become the language of media, trade and science. In Pakistan, the importance of English language is growing and now English language is compulsory in mostly all schools and colleges. The latest and the most advanced discoveries and inventions in science...
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  • Case
    Khan, to educate the Muslims of the South Asia. He clearly foresaw the imperative need for the Muslims to acquire proficiency in the English language and modern sciences if the community were to maintain its social and political identity, particularly in Northern India. * The first effort made by...
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  • Research Paper
    memories of Muslim’s power of influence afresh. So, they promoted Urdu language and financially assisted in its publication. Jam-e-Jahan Numa First printed Urdu newspaper was “Jam-e-Jahan Numa”, published in Calcutta in 1822 under the supervision of British. Its editor was Munshi Sada Sukh. After...
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  • Ghc Nkfefkfhieih
    English in order to communicate with foreign workers.English is the International Language and is one of the most popular and most spoken in the technology world. The latest and the most advanced discoveries and inventions in science and technology are being made in the universities located in the...
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  • English
    second language in Pakistan. It is the language of government, business, technology and law. As Haque (1983) points out the anchorage of English in Pakistan is that the constitution and the law is codified in English. The medium of instruction in most of Pakistan's schools is Urdu but students have...
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  • Farewell Speech
    all are one nation. Its national language is Urdu. The official language is still English. Its population is about 16 crore. It is an agricultural country. There are many rivers in it which irrigate its crops. Its main food crops are wheat, maize and rice. Its main cash crops are cotton, tobacco...
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  • Indian Literature
    language of Tamil is an exception to this pattern of Sanskrit influence because it had a classical tradition of its own. Urdu and Sindhi are other exceptions, having arisen out of an Islāmic background. Beginning in the 19th century, British and Western literary models in general had a great impact on...
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  • notes
    ,  Political  Science,  Physics,  Mass  Communication,  Islamic  Education,  History,  Education  (Elementary),  Education  (Secondary), Urdu  BASICS OF GRAMMAR II Recommended Books: Oxford Practice Grammar by John Eastwood Oxford University Press. Published 2005. • Unit No. 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13...
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  • Linguistic Borrowing & Loan Words: Theoretical Considerations
    ’, ‘gymnasium’ so-called internationalisms. They exist in most West European languages. Some areas with much internationalism are 1) Science & Technology 2. Astronomy 3. Computer Science 1.4.3. Loan Words refer to Foreign Things Thus loan words are words that are borrowed from other...
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  • Technology, Environment and Society
    science). Father of history and founder of political science g. Roman civilization Autocratic Roman empire in Europe (from 200 BC) No scientific development Focus of Romans on health and well being h. Spreading of Mongolians all over the world by two century BC. Inventions/technological...
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  • bilingual method
    . The latest and the most advanced discoveries and inventions in science and technology are being made in the universities located in the United States of America where English language is the means of scientific discourse. The historical circumstances of India (having been ruled by the British...
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  • Jamaican Creole vs Standard English
    , particularly in the fields of science and invention. Plurals produced at this period of time include datum/data, octopus/octopi, medium/media, index/indices, helix/helices, matrix/matrices. These plural forms cause the most confusion not just to foreign speakers but also to a lot of people who speak...
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  • Mass Media
    historic assets and available with CPU. (b) News and Current Affairs Wing. (i) Emerging needs of Current Affairs are provided by this wing. Programmes are given in both Urdu and local languages. (ii) Media Monitoring. Views of other agencies / countries on our...
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  • sample paper
    SAMPLE PAPER SSE (URDU) PAPER K   ENGLISH   Complete the sentences by choosing the most appropriate option, from the given choices (A to E) below each.   1. 1.    Sara _______ about her result before it was announced.   1. A.       knew 2. B.       known 3. C.        is knowing 4. D...
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  • Mughals
    most significant developments during the medieval period was the birth of the Urdu language. This new language soon developed one of the richest literatures as a modern Indian language. It produced great poets like Wali,Mir Dard,Mir Taqi Mir,Nazir Akbarabadi,Asadullah Khan Ghalib. Many original...
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  • Media
    television companies, several websites, and specialized closed-circuit channels (such as CNN Airport Network). The company has 36 bureaus (10 domestic, 26 international), more than 900 affiliated local stations, and several regional and foreign-language networks around the world. The channel's...
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  • Essay Nyud
    Network University in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, New York, Paris, Prague, Shanghai, and Tel Aviv. You may also take two J-Term SPrING Core Area: Art, Technology, and Invention Core Area: Ideas and Methods of Science General Elective: Chinese Language Major Course courses...
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  • No Dile
    and phonology of Pashto language; syntax, anaphora/ellipses resolution, discourse processing, corpus development and processing in Urdu language. 2. Developmental Projects A number of projects related to mobile computing, corpus linguistics, Urdu and Pashto corpus creation and processing...
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  • Pppppppppppppppppppp
    , 0315-2153450 Answer 1: Trace the historical development of Alphabets along with a writing sample of Arabic and Urdu alphabet? Alphabet is a symbolic or graphical or letter representation which has a unique sound in everyday language use. All writing including the alphabet is a way of recording...
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  • Hindi Nationalism
    language matters, when there is a loss, there will also be a gain. For instance, the Khari Boli Hindi poetry was realized as a powerful invention which was slowly taken over by Urdu. But after this entire complex thing, we get to experience some gain, which came in the form of modern “Hindi” that...
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