• British Colonialism and Its Effects on Shaping Pakistani Culture
    3. British colonialism and its effects on the shaping of Pakistani culture The culture of a nation (a complex structure of unsaid dos and don'ts) is determined by their emotive sensitivities and intellectual development at a given stage in history. The form of social order and its institutions ar
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  • English Laws
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN PAKISTAN English is the official language of Pakistan while Urdu is the national language. Punjabi is the most commonly spoken language of Pakistan. Other significant languages spoken in Pakistan, in order of number of speakers, include Pashto, Sindhi, Saraiki and Baloc
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  • Another Bangladeshi English Novel
    Journey to the East MaryAnn and BiJon Sarma Trafford, Canada(on-demand) Published in 2001 ISBN 1-55212-755-9 Subcontinental writers are producing scores of worthwhile fiction in the recent decades. Most of those fiction writers are immigrated to different American or European countries. A hug
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  • Indian Regional Newspapers vs English Newspapers
    Indian Regional Journalism By Zeba Siddiqui Topics 1) The Fourth Estate 2) Introduction to Regional Indian Newspapers 3) English Newspapers • Free Press Journal • Indian Express 4) Marathi Newspapers • Saamna • Lokmat
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  • Injustice of Donors Against Pakistani Nation
    Injustice of Donors against Pakistani Nation Injustice of Donors against Pakistani Nation Foreign aid has become a burden, rather than a blessing. Pakistan is the most heavily debt country is the world with $52 billion external debts and $50 billion internal debts, total debts $102$ billion The
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  • For English Essays
    Oxford University Press Walton Street, Oxford 0X2 6DP Oxford New York Auckland Bangkok Buenos Aires Cape Town Chennai Dar es Salaam Delhi Hong Kong Istanbul Karachi Kolkata Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Mumbai Nairobi São Paulo Shanghai Singapore Taipei Tokyo Toronto with an associated
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  • English Graamar Test
    TESTS English Grammar (Tests) © 2003—2006 www.english-test.net elementary-1 1. English Grammar / Incomplete Sentences / Elementary level # 1 Speaking already Q1 Can you hear what he is .......? (a) saying Q2 (b) speaking (c) telling (d) talking She hasn't come home .......
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  • English French
    English-french Dictionary éditions eBooksFrance www.ebooksfrance.com Adapted from : http://www.freedict.com/dictionary/index.html a : quelqu'un, dans, un a few : quelques a hundred : centaine a little : un peu a long time : longtemps a lot of : beaucoup aardvark : tamanoir aback : étonné abac
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  • English
    Learning english is important for our daily life.. Geoffrey Chaucer is called the father of English literature; few people could read in his time. There was no printing press. His works weren’t properly reviewed for many years. Many people don’t know much about Chaucer today; his frame story â€
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  • New Trends in Pakistani Media
    New trends in Pakistani media THE decade of the 1990s was of great importance in the history of the media in Pakistan. It was in this decade that the electronic media which had been a monopoly of the state since its inception was opened up to the private sector. This great measure created an enviro
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  • English Urdu Relationship
    The Urdu-English Relationship and Its Impact on Pakistan’s Social Development* Introduction Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full, One for my master, one for the dame, And one for the little boy who lives down the lane. The black sheep run the country.
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  • Malaysian English
    Malaysian English is the variety of English used in Malaysia since the formation of the nation-state in 1963. Prior to independence from Britain the term Anglo-Malay was used, indicating the influence of the Malay language. From the earlier period come such general English words of Malay origin as a
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  • Urdu English
    The Urdu-English Controversy in Pakistan Author(s): Tariq Rahman Source: Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 31, No. 1 (Feb., 1997), pp. 177-207 Published by: Cambridge University Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/312861 . Accessed: 02/03/2011 04:06 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your a
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  • English Essay
    hartal RMG Earthquack Women empowerment Democrecy Freedom of press Virtual change of our politics Open marker econony and bd Shortage of seat in vercity Juddhaporadh income tax globalization corruption MDG Pollution National power bisso monda EPZ Muktijuddhu
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  • Pak-China Friendship Time-Tested: Pakistani Minister
    Pakistani Minister for Information and Broadcasting Sheikh Rashid said in Islamabad Monday Pak-China friendship is time-tested and progressing by leaps and bounds. Addressing at a gathering to mark the 52nd anniversary of the establishment of Pak-China diplomatic relations organized by the All Paki
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  • Investigating the English Language Needs
    Investigating the English Language Needs of Petroleum Engineering Students at Hadhramout University of Science and Technology Atef Saleh Al-Tamimi & Munir Shuib School of Humanities, Universiti Sains Malaysia Biodata Atef Saleh Al-Tamimi worked five years as a university instructor at Hadramout
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  • Indian English Literature
    rksingh: New Indian English Writing: Postcolonialism, or the Politics of Rejection? --R.K.SINGH Has Indian English poetry died with the creative and critical contributions of a couple of Nissim Ezekiels, A. K. Ramanujans, and R. Parthasarathys? Or with the few noted poets of the 60s and 70s
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  • Company Contracts and Doctrine of Ultra Vires, a Comparison of Uk and Pakistani Company Lawa
    PART I AN INTRODUCTION OF THE TERM Chapter No.1 The Term Ultra Vires 1. Derivation: Ultra vires is a Latin phrase. It is derived from two distinct words, i.e., ‘ultra’ and ‘vires’, which means ‘beyond’ and ‘power’ respectively[1]. 2. Meaning: Ultra vires means un
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  • Should You Be Able to Speak Basic English to Reside in the Us?
    Should You Be Able To Speak Basic English To Reside in the US? Survey question Do you fell that to reside in the U.S. you should know how to speak basic English or be enrolled in a English language class? Hypothesis I feel that most people will think that people should be able to speak our lan
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  • A Comparison of Tragedy in English Works
    A Comparison of Tragedy in English Works For a story to be a tragedy it has to follow the principles set by Aristotle, a Greek philosopher, or those of Arthur Miller who is a twentieth century playwright. A tragedy, in Aristotle's view, usually concerns the fall of an individual whose character
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