Trick to Drag Your Facebook Chatbox anywhere.

We Know Facebook Chatbox has its Fixed Position . But Today We Will Learn To Drag Your Facebook Chatbox anywhere On The Screen, 

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How to Solve Any Physics Problem

Calm down. It is just a problem, not the end of the world!

  1. Read through the problem once.
  2. Draw a diagram. It cannot be emphasized enough how much easier a problem will be once it is drawn out. Ideally, a free body diagram is what you will draw, but even drawing how you imagine the wording of the problem inside your head will make solving this problem easier. There are often marks awarded for drawing a correct diagram.

  3. List down anything that is given to you to the side under a category labeled “known”. e.g. you are given two velocities. Label the first V1 and set it equal to the value given. Label the other value V2 and set it equal to the value provided for it.

  4. Look for the unknown variables. Ask yourself, ‘What am I solving for?’ and ‘What are the unknown variables in this problem?’ List these to the side as well under a category labeled “unknown”.

  5. List formula that you think might be applicable to this problem. If you are able to look up equations you do not remember exactly and think might be applicable to the problem, do so and write them down.

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    Solve the equations. Take your formula and try to solve for one variable at a time. Solve for each variable that is listed under the “unknown” category. Try to solve for variables that you can determine easily first.

  7. Keep repeating the last step for each unknown quantity in turn. If you can’t do one, try others first as you may be able to work it out when you have information from other answers.

  8. Put a box, circle, or underline your answer to make your work neat.

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You can’t lose …

You can’t lose what you never had, you can’t keep what’s not yours & you can’t hold on to something that does not want to stay.

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Sample question of english class XII

(Sample 2)

Q.N.1.Read the following passage and answer the questions below.           [5*3=15]
An old lady was walking with her basket down the middle of a street to the great confusion of the traffic and putting herself in danger. It was pointed out to her that the pavement was the place for foot passengers, but she replied, ‘I’m going to walk where I like. We’ve got liberty now.’ It did not occur to the dear old lady that if liberty entitled the foot passengers, to walk down the middle of the road it also entitled the cab-driver to drive on the pavement, and that the end of such liberty would be universal disorder. Everybody would be getting in everyone else’s way and nobody would get anywhere.
Question:-
a)             What had caused confusion on the road?
b)             What was the old lady’s reason for walking on the road?
c)             How was the liberty misused in the incident?
d)            On what condition could the cab-driver drive on the pavement?
e)            Why was the woman wrong in walking on the street?
Q.N.2. Add an appropriate relative clause to these sentences. (5*1=5)
a.   At last they managed to repair the telephone, —————.
b.   The teacher, ————–, turned round suddenly.
c.   Phil, —————, kept his foot pressed hard down on the accelerator.
d.  The dog, —————-, seemed unconcerned about the matter.
e.  We were all very grateful to Richard, —————–.
Q.N.3. Re-write these sentences beginning ‘If there’s one thing ————. (5*1=5)
Example:- People who smoke in restaurants annoy me.
If there’s one thing that annoys me its people who smoke in restaurants.
a.             People who are cruel to animals upset me.
b.             People who break promises make me angry.
c.             I hate people who smoke in restaurants.
d.            I detest people who interrupt when I’m speaking
e.            I loathe people who ring me up early in the morning.
Q.N.4. How would you describe these people? (5*1=5)
Example:- Gives away lots of money – generous
a.             Believes whatever you tell him/her
b.             Doesn’t boast
c.             Doubts what you tell him/her
d.            Has a high opinion of himself/herself
e.            Worries about what people think
Q.N.5. Fill in the gaps in the sentences below with for, in, until or by. (5*1=5)
a.   They talked on the telephone ————— 20 minutes.
b.   We played golf on Sunday ————– dusk.
c.   We did all our housework ————– couple of hours.
d.   I borrowed my neighbour’s power drill ————– a few days.
e.   We had to change the wheel ————— five minutes.
Q.N.6. Change the following sentences using ‘seem’. (5*1=5)
a.   He never stops to chat with you if you’ve got your dog with you.
b.   There are African masks on the wall of his sitting room.
c.   The postman always delivers a lot of letters with foreign stamps to his house.
d.   You only see his children during the school holidays.
e.   He usually carries a walking stick when he goes out.
Q.N.7. Rewrite the following sentences as shown in the example adding the verb ‘spend’ or    ‘take’. Answer them using the words in brackets. (5*1=5)
Example:- He mowed the lawn. (ten minutes)
It took him ten minutes to mow the lawn.
a.             I read the whole of “War and Peace”. (two weeks)
b.             She painted the bathroom ceiling. (six o’clock)
c.             She did some piano practice. (bedtime)
d.            She waited at the bus stop. (ages)
e.            I wrote all my letters. (lunchtime)
Q.N.8. Stating suitable qualification and experiences, write a job application for the post of English Teacher addressing the Principal, Gyan Bigyan  College, Kathmandu. (10)
Q.N.9. What disadvantages do think there are in using computer in education? (5)
Q.N.10. Choose one of these sentences below and develop it into an essay  in which you describe your reaction. (10)
I was really impressed by that film ————–
OR
I found that TV documentary rather boring —————
Q.N.11. Write a  short description of a person you  love most. (5)
Q.N.12. Answer any five of the following questions. (3*5=15)
a. What impression of grandmother does the speaker give in the poem‘Grandmother?’
b. How did Alyohin define love? (About Love)
c. Why does the old man want to ‘spit into the face of time?’
(The Lamentation ofthe Old       Pensioner)
d. Describe the humorous aspect of Thomas (the boy’s uncle) and his wife.
(A Story)
e. Give a short account of the life of the people of Karnali.
(Hurried Trip to Avoid a Bad Star)
f. Is death meaningful in the poem “Full Fathom Five Thy Father Lies”
Q.N.13. Answer any one of the following question. (10)
a. What is wrong in Nissani’s view, with a treeless Nepal? What two problems
is he talking about?                                              (Two Long-Term Problems)
b. What is the central idea of the poem “God’s Grandeur”? Why does
the writer think the ‘God’  and the ‘Earth’ are  so enduring, calm and caring?
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Sample question for class XII (sample 1)

(sample 1)

Subject: Compulsory English                                                                                               F.M. – 100
Class: – XII                                                               Time: – 3 Hrs.                                         P.M. – 40
Q.N.1. Read the following passage and answer the question given below. (5*3=15)
About 2500 years ago in Egypt the wise men of the country had a problem that they were unable to solve. They wanted to know the height of a great pyramid. One man suggested that someone climb the pyramid and measure it. Somebody tried to do so, but the pyramid was tall and the sloping sides were slippery. While there wise men were trying to figure out how to climb the structure, somebody brought up another problem. “We still won’t know the actual height,” he said. “All that the workman could measure would be the length of the slope.”
Then somebody suggested that they consult Thales, a Greek scientist who was living in Egypt at the time.   “Here is the way to measure the height of the pyramid,” he told them. “One of you must stand beside the pyramid in the mid-afternoon and watch your own shadow. When your shadow is the same length as the height of your body, then the length of the shadow of the pyramid will be the same height as the pyramid. Just measure the shadow”.
a.             What was the problem which the Egyptians could not solve?
b.             What was the objection against somebody climbing the pyramid and measuring height?
c.             Who was Thales?
d.            What advice did Thales give to the Egyptians about measuring the height of the pyramid?
e.            Summarize the passage in your own words.
Q.N.2. Rewrite the sentences using (not) used to + ing. ( 5*1=5)
a)             The traffic does not wake him up at night….
b)             He is going to it hard work working on a building site…
c)             He won’t mind if you stare at him…
d)            I am not surprised he is out of breath…
e)            Ooh dear . I have got stomach-ache…
Q.N.3. Fill in the gaps below with for, in, until, or by.      [5*1=5]
a)             She studied medicine………the age of twenty-five.
b)             He learnt to swim……..six weeks.
c)             My father ran a bookshop…….two years.
d)            We discussed politics…….three in the morning.
e)            The concert was over ……half past nine.
Q.N.4.     Rewrite the following sentences using looks as if/looks as though. [5*1=5]
a)             You see a man lying on the floor laughing.
b)             You see a man lying underneath a car.
c)             You can see people dancing in the next room.
d)            You see a girl standing on the swimming pool, staring into the water.
e)            You see bunch of girls posing for photography.
Q.N.5. Change the following into indirect speech: Begin with the words given in brackets. [5*1=5]
i.              (She asked) “Shall we go for a walk?”
ii.             (He wanted to know from me) “What else would you suggest for the trip?”
iii.            (He repeated) “I’m counting on your help”.
iv.            (She questioned) “How does it feel like to ride a cable car?
v.             (She insisted) “Let me take you home.”
Q No.6  Add one sentence to each situation: –                [5*1=5]
Eg: Jack’s eyes were all red…
Ans: He had been peeling onions.
a)             Angela was out of breath….
b)             Peter was covered in dirt…
c)             Shiela felt very cold…
d)            Michael couldn’t stand up straight…
e)            I was feeling sleepy…
Q.N.7. Ask the question with “How long….?” Give appropriate answers too.
a)             Tim telephoned his father this morning .(five minutes)
b)             Jane wrote an essay last night. (two hours)
c)             William does not play the guitar anymore.(two years)
d)            Cyril slept well last night.(Ten hours)
e)            Liza has a cold.(three days)
Q.N.8. Write in about 150 words about the most memorable day in your student life at Higher
Secondary School.                 [10]
Q.N.9. A magazine has asked its readers for their views on students participation in politics. Write in about 100 words to the magazine expressing your opinions.   [5]
Q.N.10. Write an essay on “Alcoholism and Teenagers.”                [10]
Q. N. 11. Write a paragraph with your impression on “Nepalese Education System”    [5]
Q.N.12. Answer any five questions: –  [5*3=15]

i.              How is Karnali linked economically with the low land region to the south?

            (Hurried Trip to Avoid a Bad Star)
ii.              What Kinds of love experiences are suggested by Alyohin in ‘About Love’?
iii.            What leads Nissani to the belief that the world is facing an overpopulation crisis?
iv.            “‘A story’ is a humorous story”. Justify it.
v.             What is the central idea of the Poem ‘The Lamentation of the old Pensioner’?
vi.            Is death meaningful in the poem “Full Fathom Five Thy Father Lies”?
Q.N.13. Answer any two of the following questions.         [1*10=10]
i.              How does Hopkin praise god’s greatness in the poem ‘God’s Grandeur’?
ii.             In the  poem “Travelling Through the Dark” Stafford presents a great tension
between two realities, two systems of life. Explain.Best of Luck

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Two Long Term Problems: Too Many People, Too Few Trees – Moti Nissani

In the brief essay, Two Long Term Problems: Too Many People, Too Few TreesMoti Nissanidiscusses two inter related problems they are, overpopulation and deforestation. With their impact showing several consequences of the twin problems, the writer makes us aware about our duties to solve them and to save the bio-sphere for our future generation.

Scientist from all over the world express their serious concern (worry) about present state of bio-sphere as human activities caused very serious damage on environment and on critical resources. With the introduction of modern medical facilities, nutrition and sanitation, the world’s population started growing more than 80 million per year. In Nepal only, in less than 50 years the population increases at the rate of 2.5% per year from 9 million to 25 million. If this alarming growth continuous unchecked, the population of Nepal will be 46 million by 2026 A.D. which would be very difficult for Nepal to accommodate. In order to feed more people, more forest, lands are destroyed in a very large scale.
As a result, soil erosion, desertification, flood, landslide, tropical diseases, siltation of rivers and dams and mass migration are increasing. High growth of population has already polluted our food, air, water, rivers, soil, drains and farms. The chances of cancers and emphysema (lungs disease) and asthma are far higher now and we are suffering from pre-mature hearing loss. Lead and dioxide are causing serious effect on children’s intelligence and health. The world has already faced frightening problems such as desertification, acid rain, loss of wild species of plants and animals, ozone layer depletion and green house effect because of human caused pollution.

However the situation could be improved by controlling population and pollution, many factors such as modernization, effective family planning measures equal economic, educational and legal opportunities to woman will help to control the rapid population growth. In order to set this world for our future generation, we must save forest by reducing population pressure on it through effective family planning measures and educating people. We may also save the forest by making effective and strict laws with a provision to impose high tax on wood product and provision of incentive for pressuring forest. There should be a provision in the law to punish severely for destroying forest. Massive reforestation, another effective step will benefit the world in conserving biodiversity, pristine wildness and to minimize desertification, flood and weather extremes. By controlling population and saving forest, we may solve this planet for our future generation utilizing our knowledge to convert our wisdom, courage and passion into practice to turn this world into a heaven.

What prime (main) problems does the writer discuss in his essay? 
Or
What remedial measures does the writer suggest to overcome (solve) them?
The writer discusses about overpopulation and deforestation with their severe consequences in the essay, Two Long Term Problems: Too Many People, Too Few Trees. The writer suggested overcoming them. However the situation could be improved by controlling population and pollution, many factors such as modernization, effective family planning measures equal economic, educational and legal opportunities to woman will help to control the rapid population growth. In order to set this world for our future generation, we must save forest by reducing population pressure on it through effective family planning measures and educating people. We may also save the forest by making effective and strict laws with a provision to impose high tax on wood product and provision of incentive for pressuring forest. There should be a provision in the law to punish severely for destroying forest. Massive reforestation, another effective step will benefit the world in conserving biodiversity, pristine wildness and to minimize desertification, flood and weather extremes. By controlling population and saving forest, we may solve this planet for our future generation utilizing our knowledge to convert our wisdom, courage and passion into practice to turn this world into a heaven.

What is wrong in Nissani’s view with treeless in Nepal?
                             Or
According to the writer, what’s wrong with treeless in Nepal?
The writer expresses his concern about deforestation crisis in Nepal. Showing devastating effecting of deforestation in Nepal, the writer makes us conscious about the importance of preservation of forest. According to him, destruction of forest in Nepal will cause soil erosion in every rainfall. The eroded soil will be deposited in the rivers making them shallow and gradually causing siltation of rivers and dams. After the deforestation, every heavy rainfall is likely to cause devastating flood in plains of Nepal, India and Bangladesh. The destruction of forest in turn contributes to greenhouse effect irresponsible (that can’t be repair) loss of many thousands species of animals and plants, landslides, draught and weather extremes. Therefore, besides causing serious flood in Nepal, India and Bangladesh deforestation in Nepal in the long run will also damage the quality of life and the ability of Biosphere to sustain life.

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Purgatory – William Butler Yeats

The old man was born in the ruined house. His mother was an aristocratic woman who fell in love with a groom and married him despite the opposition from her family. The old man’s mother died while giving birth to him. She didn’t know that her husband wasted all her money on alcohol, women and playing cards. The old man’s father destroyed the spirit of the house by doing wrong things. The old man wasn’t sent to school but was taught by a priest and by the wife of a servant. On being complained by his son that he had not sent him to school, he told him that he didn’t deserve to go to school because he was the son of an unmarried, low class woman. When the old man was sixteen years old, his father burnt down the house when he was drunk. Therefore, he stabbed his father to death with a knife which he kept using for cutting food. He was not arrested for the crime because it was impossible to prove that his father’s body had been stabbed to death as it was burnt very badly. After the murder, he ran away from the house and became a peddler.

It was his mother’s wedding anniversary and he saw his father riding home with a wine bottle under his arm. The old man heard the hoof beats of horse and a young lady appearing in the window. However, the boy says nothing and he was indifferent about the old man’s saying because he was tending to snatch away the bag containing money from the old man. The son threatened to kill the old man as he had not been given the due share of his property. The old man then killed his son with the same knife which he had used for killing his father. He believed to have broken a cycle of violence by stopping his son from murdering him. He thought that by killing his son, he had prevented to add more sin at his mother’s share. He believed that now his mother’s soul would be free from purgatory. However, he heard the hoof beats (walking sound of horse) of horse again which was an indication that the two murders of his father and his son did not render any help to get his mother’s soul free from purgatory. He thought that his mother committed mistake on herself which was not pardonable. He, therefore, cried out to god asking him to release his mother’s soul from purgatory.

In the short drama Purgatory, the writer WB Yeats expresses the following things:

  1. The crime of the father will be repeated by his son to an endless cycle of violence.
  2. Living beings can render help to the departed soul which suffers in purgatory.
  3. The living beings have to suffer the consequences of the sin committed by the dead while alive.

What is the theme of purgatory?
Purgatory is a story of remorseful of a departed soul that committed mistakes on itself while being alive. In order to purify itself, it is undergoing suffering in purgatory. It is also concerned with the living beings who suffer the consequences of the sin committed by the dead people while alive and the help rendered by the living beings to get the soul released from purgatory.

What is the motive (aim) in murdering his son by the old man?
The old man believes that by murdering his son, he has stopped the boy to have a son of his own who would kill him after attaining 16 years of age, thereby breaking the endless cycle of violence. He also believes that by killing his son, he helps his mother’s soul to get released from purgatory.

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