General English for Competitive Examinations

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Lotus Press, Jan 1, 2006 - 272 pages
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Contents

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1
The Rainbow
4
A Day without Water
5
All that Glitters is not Gold
6
My School Library
7
My Favourite Book
8
My School Playground
9
An Ideal Citizen A Good Citizen
10
There is A Divinity that Shapes Our Ends
58
The Power of the Press
59
Today We Know more but Feel Less
60
Education should be Purposive and not Merely Liberal
61
They Never Fail Who Die in a Noble Cause
62
My Favourite Teacher
63
Truth is Stranger than Fiction
64
No Wise Man Ever Wished to be Younger
65

Fashions
11
My House
12
Mountaineering
13
Money is a Good Servant but a Bad Master
14
Liberty cannot Exist without Discipline
15
Coeducation
16
Man does not Live by Bread Alone
17
Scene at a Busy Market
18
A Hot Day in Summer
19
A Rainy Day
20
One is as Young as One Feels
21
A Visit to a Hill Station
22
Beauties of Nature
23
Republic Day
24
More Haste Less Speed
25
My First Day at School
26
Slow and Steady Wins The Race
27
A Visit to a Zoo
28
A Journey by Bus
29
A Visit to a Fair
30
A Railway Journey
31
Drug Addiction
32
The Happiest Day of My Life
33
Environmental Pollution
34
Our Sweetest Songs are Those that Tell of Saddest Thought
35
United We Stand Divided We Fall
36
Example is Better than Precept
37
Pleasures of Reading
38
Better Alone than in Bad Company
39
Poverty is the Mother of Illhealth
40
Know How Sublime a Thing it is to Suffer and be Strong
41
Live and Let Live
42
But Adversity Doth Best Discover Virtue
43
Look before you Leap
44
Goodness is Greater than Greatness
45
Heaven from all Creatures Bides the Book of Fate but the Page Prescribed their Present State
46
Man is a Fighting Example
47
Perseverance is the Very Hinge of Virtues
48
How Small of that Human Hearts Endure That Part which Laws or Kings can Cause or Cure
49
The Heights by Great Men Reached and Kept were not Attained by Sudden Flight
50
Hypocrisy is the Homage that Vice Pays to Virtue
51
Act Well Your Part There all the Honour Lies
52
Science is more a Destroyer than a Creator
53
One Who has Never Hoped can Never Despair
54
A Little Help is Worth a Lot of Pity
55
Scenes at an Election
56
Every Dog has his Day
57
Wisdom Lies in Cutting Ones Coat According to Ones Cloth
66
Handsome is as Handsome Does
67
The Child is Father of the Man
68
Well Begun is Half Done
69
Knowledge is Power
70
What is this Life if Full of Care We have no Time to Stand and Stare
71
Action Leads to Success
72
Prosperity Gains Friends Adversity Tries Them
73
Man shall not Live by Bread Alone
74
A Good Book is the Precious Lifeblood of a Masterspirit
75
A Strong will can Move Mountains
76
He Prayeth Well Who Loveth Well Both Man and Bird and Beast
77
Failures are the Pillars of Success
78
The Crown and Glory of Life is Character
79
The Test of a Mans Education is the Use of Leisure
80
All the World is a Stage
81
A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing
82
A Thing of Beauty is a Joy for Ever
83
What is Wrong with our System of Education?
84
Comprehension 180239
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Story Writing 240264
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The Fox and the Crow
241
Two Friends and the Bear
242
A Faithful Dog and its Master
243
The Wolf and the Lamb
244
The Farmer and his Sons
245
The Cap Seller and the Monkey
246
Half The Profit
247
The Salt Merchant and the Ass
248
A Shepherd Boy and a Wolf
249
Robert Bruce and a Spider
250
Union is Strength
251
The Silver Key
252
Where There is a Will There is a Way
253
The Hare and The Tortoise
254
A Blind Man with a Lamp
255
The Wolf and the Crane
256
The Treatment and the Fee
257
The Nightingales Advice
258
The Arab and His Camel
259
The Milkmaid and her Dreams
260
The Lion and the Mouse
261
The Wind and the Sun
262
The Thief and a Clever Boy
263
The Ass that Behaved Like the Lap Dog
264
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