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    3 mistakes of mu life (Summery) The 3 mistakes of my Life (TTMOML) follows the story of Govind Patel, a Mathematician and businessman. With two wonderful best friends; Omi and Ishaan by his side, Govinds aim is to start up his own Cricket and tuition business. A location set, money borrowed from...
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  • Tense
    ? | Will | he | have been | playing | cricket for more than two hours when it gets dark? | Will | Mohan | have been | playing | cricket for more than two hours when it gets dark? | Will | the boy | have been | playing | cricket for more than two hours when it gets dark? | Will | she | have been...
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  • The Cricket Boy
    The Cricket Boy (A Chinese Tale) A long time ago, cricket fighting caught on in the imperial court, with the emperor leading the fad. A local magistrate in Huayin, who wanted to win the favor of the monarch, tried in every way to get him the best fighting crickets...
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  • Essay
    after starting the cricket shop business. He is the narrator of this story and the one who makes the titular "Three Mistakes". During the course of the story he falls in love with Vidya, Ishan's younger sister for whom he is a private tutor. Govind is the one who looks after the financial part of...
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  • Holidays Homework
    him and his mother runs a small business. He makes extra income by giving mathematics tuitions. He continues these tuitions even after starting the cricket shop business. He is the narrator of this story and the one who makes the titular "Three Mistakes". During the course of the story he falls in...
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  • Character of Three Mistakes of Mu Life
    (Ishan). Govind is an agnostic. His father has abandoned him and his mother, who runs a business of selling home-made food items. To support her financially, he takes mathematics tuitions. He continues these tuitions even after starting the cricket shop business. He is the narrator of this story and...
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  • Ew School Survey
    : 38-43 Annual tuition fees: Rs.16,000-23,600 Class X board toppers: 15 Class XII board toppers: 11 EW Schools Survey 2009 COVER STORY Sports facilities: cricket & football ground, badminton, volley ball, basketball & table tennis courts Lotus Valley International, Noida Campus area: 12.5...
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  • 3 mistakes of my life
    . Story The book is based on real life events.What follows is a mix of cricket,religion, business, love and friendship.Story begins with Bhagat receivingan e-mail from Govind who hadtaken many sleeping pill.Govind set up Cricket Shop alongwith his friends in the templecompound with Omi’s family’s...
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  • The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket
    The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket Compiled in a book of his short stories, The Palm in the Hand Stories, Yasunari Kawabata’s “The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket” explores many themes, including innocence, friendship, love and fate. The story is centered on the narrator, whom remains nameless...
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  • Why the Cricket Chirps at Night
    a oval shape body which fitted perfectly under its wings. This insect was called a cricket. At this time the crickets did not have any sound at all. De'Adrell wondered what was the purpose of this insect was, or how anyone could benefit from such a critter. The youngest of the boy, DeAdrell...
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  • Cards
    Mistakes". During the course of the story he falls in love with Vidya , Ishan's younger sister. Ishaan (Ish):- He is a big cricket fan and also a patriot at heart. Ishan has been the best cricketer in his locality and school. He suggests the name of their business as "Team India Cricket Shop". He...
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  • Analysis and Interpretation of Crickets
    Analysis and interpretation of Crickets In the short story Crickets by Robert Olen Butler, we are introduced to the main character of the short story, Ted. Ted is not his real name, but a nickname that was given to him by his coworkers at the refinery where he works. He does not particularly...
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  • Swami and Friends
    across north like a silver belt. Its sandbanks were the evening resort to people of Malgudi. Swami and friends is a story of boy called Swaminathan. Who hates Monday loves Saturday. Throws away books and play cricket. He both feared and loathed school and loved to be at play ground...
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  • yuvi
    been involved at the grass root level – he was a part of the BCCI Talent Resource Development Wing (TRDW) –Waingarkar was able to witness the stunning transformation of the southpaw from a simple but naughty boy to a star and a brand. Someone who has witnessed cricket through the eras of change...
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  • The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket
    missing any part of its innocence and chooses to "loiter near them." Of course, this is not just a story of innocence; it's far more significant than that. In the last part of the story, Yasunari Kawabata states that "And finally, to your clouded, wounded heart, even a true bell cricket will seem like a...
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  • Comment on the Use of Humour and Comedy in ‘the M.C.C.’
    of a cricket team was the most complicated problem on Earth,” (p. 76) again a sweeping statement meant to be humorous. Requiring cricket supplies for their team, the boys decide to mail a letter of order to Messrs Binns, taking half an hour to think of what to say. After fixating over trivialities...
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  • Analysis of "The Cricket Match"
    Samuel Dickson Selvon’s, The Cricket Match, was written in 1957 and focuses on how little the English and the West Indies understood one another. The story takes place in London during a cricket match. Here the West Indians, who really do not play cricket, are plating the English and some of the...
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  • Pinocchio; a Story for Children
    cliffs and dies. Geppetto, Figaro and Cleo all wash ashore alive. Pinocchio is found dead. He was too exhausted to save himself. However, his brave act of selflessness earns him the right to become a real boy (The Walt Disney Company, 1992). The structure of the story, which is the pattern that the...
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  • Compare the Ways in Which War Is Presented in at Least Three of the Pre-1914 War Poems You Have Studied.
    poem. It was written by Henry Newbolt, the most patriotic poet of his time. The poem was written in 1892, at the end of Queen Victoria’s rein. It is based on the story of a group of public school boys who are initially playing cricket. Time moves on and the same group of boys are fighting to defend...
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  • Morals of Pinocchio
    Blue Fairy turns Pinocchio into a real boy. The main lesson in this story is the value of honesty. Throughout the story, Pinocchio is faced with many temptations that test his morals. While honesty is the most obvious lesson in this story, we also learn the value of bravery and selflessness. The...
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