SOLVED ASSIGNMENT CODE 221 ENGLISH
1) Six meters cotton cloth
2) One packet of butter
3) Five litters cooking oil
4) Two packets of biscuits
5) Two litter packs of mango juice
6) One reel of white thread
7) One bouquet followers
8) Two bottles of cold drink
9) Half kilo grapes
10) One kilo meat.
THINGS THAT SHOPPER BUYES
3) Desi Ghee
SOLVED ASSIGNMENT AIOU 1 COURSE CODE 221
Mangoes, Potatoes, Biscuit, Onion, Clothes, Books
Kheer, Flour, Tea, Hair, Juice, Pins, Plants, Salt, Beef, Butter, Petrol, Cream, Milk, Oil.
A) I think you must drink boiled water or mineral water.
B) Why don’t you quit smoking for your health?
C) You must keep your house clean and use mosquito net or Mospil.
D) I advise you to consult skin specialist.
E) You must take care of your child. Consult child specialist. You should give your child fresh fruits, juices, soup, milk and green.
i) A) Carbohydrates, B) Fats C) Proteins.
ii) Children need more nourishment that adults because they are much more active than adults and need more energy.
iii) Shortage of vitamin D causes weak, bones and bow legs.
iv) Scurvy is disease in which a slight knock causes bleeding under skin.
v) Babies can be prevented from scurvy by giving them vitamins and orange juice.
ADVANTAGES OF REGULAR WALK
Walking can improve our health and fitness. It helps us to lose body fat. Walking improves our fitness and heart disease. It helps in care diabetes and also some types of cancers. Research has shown that the benefits of walking and moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes a day can help you in strengthening your heart. Daily walking reduces disease risk. It keeps our weight normal. It also prevents dementia. This strengthens our legs and muscles. Regular walk boosts vitamin D level. It gives us extra energy and keeps us happy. Walking with others can turn exercising into an enjoyable exercise and social occasion.
i) Any person can find an crowd in buses, in the parks and the bazaars are brimming with peoples.
ii) These two words are A) overcrowded and B) brimming.
iii) Different kinds of pollution mentioned by Mrs. Waseem are
A) Making the surrounding dirty.
B) Throwing rubbish on street
C) Sticking posters
D) Emitting smoke into atmosphere
E) Making water dirty.
iv) Mrs. Waseem gives following reasons for pollution in the country
A) Over population
B) Industrial waste and smoke
C) Increasing transport
D) Poisonous smoke
E) Increasing noise
F) Some new inventions
G) Plastic bags
H) Poisonous chemicals
v) Sewerage is dirty wastes that is carried away from houses and buildings outside the city limits through underground sewerage pipes.
i) There is an accident, so there is a crowd on the road. (Cause)
ii) There is a crowd on the road because there is an accident. (Effect)
iii) Ali worked hard as a result he got first division. (Cause)
iv) Ali got first division because he worked hard (Effect)
v) There is smoke and dust in the air so people cough all the time (Cause)
vi) People cough all the time as there is smoke and dust in the air (effect)
vii) Safdar is illiterate, so he can’t read or write (Cause)
viii) Safdar is unable to read or write because he is illiterate (effect)
ix) They don’t drink milk therefore they are weak. (Cause)
x) They are weak because they don’t drink milk (effect)
1 Saima should go to doctor.
2 Alim should take rest.
3 Ahmed should discuss his domestic issues with some elder person and take advices.
4 Asif should join Japanese learning class.
5 Qasim should feel easy and go for outing.
Discarded animal and vegetable matter, as from a kitchen; refurse.
A region of the stratosphere, between 15 and 30 kilometers in altitude, containing a relatively high concentration of ozone; it absorbs most solar ultraviolet radiation.
The distinctive heating effect on the earth’s surface due to the gases in the atmosphere that trap solar radiation and emit infrared radiation.
The term “global Warming” refers to the increase in the average temperature of global surface air and oceans. It is continuously increasing since 1950.
An environmental hazard is a generic term for any situation or state of events which poses a threat to the surrounding environment. Such a hazard generally consists of a chemical spill or dumping, but also of various emissions of pollutants or the leaching of pesticides and fertilizers into the surrounding environment.