Habib's English Academy

Habib's English Academy


Chaghi is the biggest District.
Importance of Education

You know that education is impretive for us, because education is third eye of human being. Without education nobody
Become successful in his Aim of life .
Without education we are blind and
We cannot get our aim of life .
We should work hard .
We should obey our teachers .
We should read books .
We should write maximum .
We should learn grammar.
We should respect of our parents
And elders love our children .
We should respect our teachers .
Please don't waste your father's money .
How your father doing work day and night . Please don't waste your time ,
Because time is very precious

ImraN alee
My essay of Today ( Seen by Sir Habib Ahmed Shah )


Cleanliness is the part of faith . Our Prophet (Pbuh) was always simple and clean.In Islam there is immense value of cleanliness.Islam says to always remain clean and make your society clean .When our Prophet ( P.b.u.h) used to go to Friday prayer he used special preparation . He used miswak to clean his teeth. He only wear clean and simple clothes.He used attar . We have to act upon our Prophet,s cleanliness and make us clean on every day. When we do cleanliness then we will not fall I'll.

By. Mr. Henry James.
My essay of Today ( Seen by Sir Habib
Ahmed Shah )


Cleanliness is the part of faith . Our Prophet (Pbuh) was always simple and clean.In Islam there is immense value of cleanliness.Islam says to always remain clean and make your society clean .When our Prophet ( P.b.u.h) used to go to Friday prayer he used special preparation . He used miswak to clean his teeth. He only wear clean and simple clothes.He used attar . We have to act upon our Prophet,s cleanliness and make us clean on every day. When we do cleanliness then we will not fall I'll.

By. Mr. Henry James.
My essay of Today ( Seen by Sir Habib Ahmed Shah )


Cleanliness is the part of faith . Our Prophet (Pbuh) was always simple and clean.In Islam there is immense value of cleanliness.Islam says to always remain clean and make your society clean .When our Prophet ( P.b.u.h) used to go to Friday prayer he used special preparation . He used miswak to clean his teeth. He only wear clean and simple clothes.He used attar . We have to act upon our Prophet,s cleanliness and make us clean on every day. When we do cleanliness then we will not fall I'll.

By. Mr. Henry James.
The winner of the Weekly Speech Competition, Mr. Naveed, is being awarded by Sir Asghar Ali Soomro (District Food Controller-cum-Director of Latif English Academy
Some pictures of weekly speech competition on 14.03.2020
The tour of 2020
WITH the UK changing its travel advisory to Pakistan to reflect the improved security situation in the country, officialdom here has been given some breathing space.
In a statement, the British high commissioner to Pakistan, Dr Christian Turner, said: “Following my arrival in December 2019, I made this review of the travel advice a priority. It is great credit to the hard work of the government of Pakistan in delivering improved security over the past five years. I am delighted that British nationals will be able to see more of what Pakistan has to offer.”
The statement went on to say the improved security situation allowed British Airways to return to Pakistan as well as the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
This is a welcome step by the UK government and will hopefully send a positive signal to other countries also. It is indeed remarkable that in a span of five years, Pakistan has successfully broken the back of terrorism and brought life back to its normal rhythm.
Very few countries have achieved this level of success in combating terrorism in such a short period of time. This success has come at a steep cost in terms of precious lives lost and property destroyed. Now that we have overcome this threat, it is critical that the state initiate deep-seated reforms that address the root causes of extremism in our society so that this success becomes a permanent reality.
In the meantime, however, the world must appreciate and recognise the improved security situation and take steps that help Pakistan reinforce its more positive image. It is hoped that more countries will follow the UK’s example, re-evaluate their travel advisories and encourage their citizens to come experience Pakistan in all its living colours.
Pakistan may want to specifically market its regions for greater travel and visit opportunities. If there are some areas of concern in terms of security, those need to be focused on. Our aim should be to translate this improved security situation into a larger inflow of people coming here for tourism and business. In this respect, Karachi deserves special attention being the hub of commercial activity.
The city has suffered from law-and-order issues but can also boast success in overcoming this challenge. We need to now aggressively market this new normal across the world and reap the dividends of this success both in terms of perception and foreign exchange.
Published in Dawn, January 26th, 2020

Hardwork Persistence Success

Operating as usual


Writing a persuasive letter involves the art of convincing the reader to support your viewpoint or take a particular action. It requires careful planning, a strong argument, and effective use of language and rhetorical devices. Here are some steps to guide you in writing a persuasive letter:

1. Determine your objective: Start by clarifying the purpose of your persuasive letter. Are you aiming to convince someone to support a cause, take action on an issue, change their opinion, or make a decision? Clearly defining your objective will help you structure your arguments and align your message accordingly.

2. Understand your audience: Consider who your audience is and what their concerns, preferences, and values may be. Tailor your persuasive letter to address these specific interests and present your arguments in a way that resonates with them. Personalizing your letter increases its persuasive power.

3. Craft a strong introduction: Begin your letter with an attention-grabbing opening to captivate your reader's interest. You can start with a compelling quote, a surprising fact, or a thought-provoking question that connects to your main argument. The introduction should clearly state your purpose and establish your credibility on the topic.

4. Develop persuasive arguments: Present your strongest arguments, supported by credible evidence, to persuade your reader. It's crucial to provide clear explanations, logical reasoning, and relevant facts or statistics to support each of your claims. Anticipate possible counterarguments and address them preemptively to strengthen your position.

5. Use persuasive language and rhetorical devices: Make use of persuasive language techniques and rhetorical devices to enhance the impact of your letter. These include techniques such as emotional appeals (using appropriate anecdotes or stories), rhetorical questions, parallel structure, repetition for emphasis, and strong, vivid imagery. These devices can help to evoke emotions, capture attention, and reinforce your arguments.

6. Provide alternative solutions or actions: In addition to presenting your main argument, suggest alternative solutions or actionable steps to demonstrate flexibility and problem-solving abilities. This shows your willingness to find common ground and encourages the reader to take action based on your recommendations.

7. Maintain a polite and respectful tone: It's essential to maintain a polite and respectful tone throughout your letter, even if you strongly disagree with the opposing viewpoint or feel passionate about your cause. Avoid using offensive language, personal attacks, or aggressive tones, as these can undermine the persuasive power of your letter.

8. Summarize and conclude your letter: In your conclusion, restate your main points, emphasizing the most compelling arguments. Summarize the key benefits or outcomes that your reader can expect by adopting your viewpoint or taking the desired action. End the letter with a strong call to action, urging the reader to follow your suggestions or support your cause.

9. Proofread and revise: Before sending your letter, ensure that you proofread it carefully for any typos, grammatical errors, or poor phrasing. Revise and edit for clarity and coherence, ensuring that your arguments are well-organized and flow logically from one point to another.

By following these steps and investing time and effort into crafting a persuasive letter, you can effectively communicate your message, influence your audience, and increase the chances of achieving your objective.


Subject: The Power of Sports: A Persuasive Letter

Dear [Recipient's Name],

I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. I am writing to you today to advocate for the immense value of sports, and why they should hold a significant place in our lives. As a fervent supporter of athletic endeavors, I firmly believe that sports have the ability to bring about positive individual, social, and cultural change.

First and foremost, sports play a crucial role in fostering individual growth and development. Engaging in regular physical activity not only benefits our physical well-being but also enhances our mental and emotional health. Through sports, we cultivate essential life skills such as discipline, perseverance, teamwork, and leadership, which are instrumental in shaping individuals into well-rounded, resilient individuals who can thrive in various aspects of their lives.

Furthermore, sports have the incredible power to unite people and build strong social connections. Whether it's cheering for our favorite teams in stadiums or participating together in recreational leagues, sports provide a common ground for people from diverse backgrounds to come together and share moments of joy and camaraderie. In a world that often seems divided, sports bring us together, breaking down barriers and fostering a sense of unity and understanding.

Sports also have a significant impact on our communities. By investing in sports infrastructure and programs, we can create safe spaces that promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles. Trained coaches and mentors in sports programs can guide and inspire youth, keeping them away from negative influences and helping them develop essential life skills. Moreover, sports help to combat the rising epidemics of obesity and sedentary lifestyles, contributing to public health and reducing the strain on healthcare systems.

Not only do sports have individual and community-level benefits, but they also play a crucial role in shaping our culture and identity. Sporting events have the ability to captivate and inspire entire nations, creating a sense of pride and unity. From the World Cup to the Olympics, these events showcase the pinnacle of athleticism and challenge societal norms by breaking down gender and cultural stereotypes. Sports heroes become emblematic figures, representing qualities we admire and aspire to.

In conclusion, sports hold immense value in our lives and society at large. They not only promote physical well-being but also foster individual growth, build social connections, strengthen communities, and shape our cultural identity. By investing in sports, we invest in a better future for ourselves and generations to come.

I kindly urge you to consider the importance of sports and extend your support towards promoting and preserving sporting opportunities in our society. Together, we can harness the power of sports to create a healthier, more harmonious world.

Thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I trust that you will make a positive difference in the lives of countless individuals by championing the cause of sports.

Yours sincerely,

[Your Name]


1. Q: What is the capital city of Australia?
A: Canberra.

2. Q: Which famous scientist developed the theory of relativity?
A: Albert Einstein.

3. Q: Who wrote the novel "Pride and Prejudice"?
A: Jane Austen.

4. Q: Which country is famous for the tango dance?
A: Argentina.

5. Q: What is the largest planet in our solar system?
A: Jupiter.

6. Q: Who painted the Mona Lisa?
A: Leonardo da Vinci.

7. Q: What is the tallest mountain in the world?
A: Mount Everest.

8. Q: Which novel features the character Harry Potter?
A: The Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling.

9. Q: Who is credited with the invention of the telephone?
A: Alexander Graham Bell.

10. Q: What is the largest ocean on Earth?
A: The Pacific Ocean.

11. Q: Which African country is known as the "Rainbow Nation"?
A: South Africa.

12. Q: Who was the first human to walk on the moon?
A: Neil Armstrong.

13. Q: What is the national animal of Canada?
A: The beaver.

14. Q: Who painted the famous artwork "The Starry Night"?
A: Vincent van Gogh.

15. Q: What is the currency of Japan?
A: Yen.

16. Q: Which country is home to the Eiffel Tower?
A: France.

17. Q: Who wrote the play "Romeo and Juliet"?
A: William Shakespeare.

18. Q: What is the largest continent on Earth?
A: Asia.

19. Q: Which planet is known as the "Red Planet"?
A: Mars.

20. Q: Who was the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
A: Margaret Thatcher.

21. Q: What is the capital of Spain?
A: Madrid.

22. Q: Who is known as the "Father of the American Revolution"?
A: Samuel Adams.

23. Q: Which animal is the largest land mammal?
A: The African elephant.

24. Q: Who wrote the novel "1984"?
A: George Orwell.

25. Q: What is the national flower of India?
A: The lotus.

26. Q: Which city is famous for its canals and gondolas?
A: Venice, Italy.

27. Q: Who was the Greek god of thunder?
A: Zeus.

28. Q: What is the temperature at which water freezes?
A: 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius.

29. Q: Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
A: Michelangelo.

30. Q: What is the world's largest landlocked country?
A: Kazakhstan.

31. Q: Which two countries share the longest international border?
A: Canada and the United States.

32. Q: What is the capital of Brazil?
A: Brasília.

33. Q: Who wrote the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
A: Harper Lee.

34. Q: What is the national bird of the United States?
A: The bald eagle.

35. Q: Which artist is famous for cutting off his own ear?
A: Vincent van Gogh.

36. Q: What is the currency of Germany?
A: Euro.

37. Q: Who is regarded as the greatest playwright in history?
A: William Shakespeare.

38. Q: Which country invented paper?
A: China.

39. Q: What is the smallest country in the world?
A: Vatican City.

40. Q: Who wrote the poem "The Raven"?
A: Edgar Allan Poe.

41. Q: What is the national sport of Canada?
A: Ice hockey.

42. Q: Which country is known as the "Land of the Rising Sun"?
A: Japan.

43. Q: Who painted the "Last Supper"?
A: Leonardo da Vinci.

44. Q: What is the largest species of shark?
A: The whale shark.

45. Q: Who wrote the play "Hamlet"?
A: William Shakespeare.

46. Q: What is the national flower of Japan?
A: The cherry blossom.

47. Q: Which country is home to the Great Barrier Reef?
A: Australia.

48. Q: Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
A: Michelangelo.

49. Q: What is the highest-grossing film of all time?
A: Avengers: Endgame.

50. Q: Who is the author of the "Harry Potter" series?
A: J.K. Rowling.

51. Q: Which country is known as the "Land of the Midnight Sun"?
A: Norway.

52. Q: What is the largest bird in the world?
A: The ostrich.

53. Q: Who was the first President of the United States?
A: George Washington.

54. Q: What is the national sport of India?
A: Field Hockey.

55. Q: Who painted the famous artwork "The Persistence of Memory"?
A: Salvador Dalí.

56. Q: What is the currency of Russia?
A: Russian ruble.

57. Q: Who discovered penicillin?
A: Alexander Fleming.

58. Q: What is the largest desert in the world?
A: The Sahara Desert.

59. Q: What is the national animal of China?
A: The giant panda.

60. Q: Who wrote the novel "Moby-Dick"?
A: Herman Melville.

61. Q: What is the national dish of Italy?
A: Pasta.

62. Q: Which country is famous for the Loch Ness Monster?
A: Scotland.

63. Q: Who was the President of the United States during World War II?
A: Franklin D. Roosevelt.

64. Q: What is the official language of Brazil?
A: Portuguese.

65. Q: Who painted the famous artwork "The Girl with a Pearl Earring"?
A: Johannes Vermeer.

66. Q: What is the currency of Mexico?
A: Mexican peso.

67. Q: Who was the first female astronaut?
A: Valentina Tereshkova.

68. Q: What is the tallest waterfall in the world?
A: Angel Falls in Venezuela.

69. Q: Which country is known as the "Land of Fire and Ice"?
A: Iceland.

70. Q: Who wrote the novel "The Catcher in the Rye"?
A: J.D. Salinger.

71. Q: What is the national sport of Japan?
A: Sumo wrestling.

72. Q: Which artist painted the "Starry Night Over the Rhone"?
A: Vincent van Gogh.

73. Q: What is the currency of Canada?
A: Canadian dollar.

74. Q: Who invented the light bulb?
A: Thomas Edison.

75. Q: What is the coldest continent on Earth?
A: Antarctica.

76. Q: Which country is known for the Angkor Wat temple complex?
A: Cambodia.

77. Q: Who is regarded as the "Father of Modern Physics"?
A: Isaac Newton.

78. Q: What is the national animal of Australia?
A: The kangaroo.

79. Q: Who wrote the play "Macbeth"?
A: William Shakespeare.

80. Q: What is the national flower of France?
A: The iris.

81. Q: Which philosopher was known for his ideas on democracy and the trial of Socrates?
A: Plato.

82. Q: What is the unit of currency in the United Kingdom?
A: Pound sterling.

83. Q: Who discovered the theory of evolution?
A: Charles Darwin.

84. Q: What is the largest lake in Africa?
A: Lake Victoria.

85. Q: Who wrote the novel "The Great Gatsby"?
A: F. Scott Fitzgerald.

86. Q: What is the national sport of Australia?
A: Australian rules football.

87. Q: Which artist painted the "Mona Lisa"?
A: Leonardo da Vinci.

88. Q: What is the currency of India?
A: Indian rupee.

89. Q: Who composed the famous symphony "Ode to Joy"?
A: Ludwig van Beethoven.

90. Q: What is the national bird of Australia?
A: The emu.

91. Q: Who was the Roman god of love?
A: Cupid.

92. Q: What is the boiling point of water in degrees Celsius?
A: 100 degrees Celsius.

93. Q: Who painted the famous artwork "The Birth of Venus"?
A: Sandro Botticelli.

94. Q: What is the largest island in the world?
A: Greenland.

95. Q: Who is regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time?
A: Michael Jordan.

96. Q: What is the capital of Italy?
A: Rome.

97. Q: Who wrote the novel "The Lord of the Rings"?
A: J.R.R. Tolkien.


Starting with the name of Allah Almighty, the most merciful and the most beneficent.

Ladies and gentlemen,

It is with great pleasure that I stand before you today to shed light on the exemplary life and profound contributions of one of the greatest thinkers, poets, and philosophers of our time - Allama Iqbal.

Allama Iqbal, often referred to as the poet-philosopher, was a man of extraordinary intellect, vision, and passion. Born on November 9, 1877, in Sialkot, British India (now Pakistan), Iqbal's imprint on literature, philosophy, and political thought is unparalleled.

From a young age, Iqbal displayed exceptional intellectual prowess. He pursued his studies with unwavering dedication, receiving advanced degrees in philosophy, law, and literature. His academic pursuits took him to renowned institutions like Government College Lahore, Trinity College, and the University of Munich. These experiences broadened his worldview and nurtured his inclination towards art, literature, and spirituality.

Allama Iqbal's poetry is a treasure trove of wisdom and inspiration. Through his verses, he explored the depths of human existence, delving into timeless themes such as love, spirituality, and the quest for self-realization. His poetry not only captivated the hearts and minds of his contemporaries but continues to resonate with audiences worldwide. He infused his work with themes of social justice, unity, and the pursuit of knowledge, urging individuals to rise above their limitations and embrace their potential as agents of change.

However, Iqbal's greatness transcended the realms of literature and poetry. He was an ardent advocate for the political and cultural rights of the Muslims of British India. Throughout his life, he tirelessly fought against imperialism and inequality, championing the cause of a separate Muslim state. Iqbal's famous poem "Lab Pe Aati Hai Dua Ban Ke Tamanna Meri" became an anthem for the youth, instilling in them a sense of purpose, resilience, and national identity.

Allama Iqbal's vision for an independent Muslim state materialized with the creation of Pakistan in 1947. While he did not live to witness this momentous event, his teachings and philosophy laid the foundation for the new nation's ideology. His concept of "Khudi" emphasized individual empowerment and self-realization, inspiring the people of Pakistan to build a society based on justice, equality, and compassion.

It is through his enduring intellectual contributions and tireless efforts that Allama Iqbal's greatness shines brightly. His teachings continue to guide and inspire generations, reminding us of the significance of knowledge, self-reflection, and the pursuit of a just society. His philosophy serves as a catalyst for positive change, encouraging individuals to aspire for greatness and contribute selflessly to their communities.

As we remember and celebrate the greatness of Allama Iqbal, let us draw inspiration from his remarkable life and thought. Let us embrace his message of unity, justice, and human dignity. Together, let us work towards creating a world that reflects the ideals and vision of this extraordinary poet-philosopher.

Thank you.


Sentences of Even if

Class 3 three
Usages and Models

Even if it's raining, we can still have fun indoors by playing board games.
Even if we're far apart, our friendship will always remain strong.
Even if it's challenging, I believe in your ability to overcome any obstacle.
Even if things don't go as planned, remember that every experience is a learning opportunity.
Even if it takes time, I know you'll achieve your goals with your determination.
Even if it's late, it's never too late to start pursuing your dreams.
Even if it's tough, I'm here to support you every step of the way.
Even if it's a small gesture, it can make a big difference in someone's day.
Even if it's a busy day, don't forget to take some time for yourself and relax.
Even if it's a cloudy day, remember that the sun is always shining above the clouds.
Even if it's a long journey, enjoy the scenery along the way and cherish the memories.
Even if it's a simple meal, sharing it with loved ones can make it special.
Even if it's a challenging decision, trust your instincts and follow your heart.
Even if it's a crowded place, we can still find a quiet corner to have a conversation.
Even if it's a small step, it's still a step forward towards your goals.
Even if it's a difficult conversation, open communication is key to resolving conflicts.
Even if it's a different perspective, try to understand and respect others' opinions.
Even if it's a busy week, don't forget to take breaks and recharge.
Even if it's a tough situation, remember that you are strong and capable of overcoming it.
Even if it's a new experience, embrace it with an open mind and enjoy the journey.


Q: What is Interjection?
A: A word which expresses some sudden feeling is called Interjection.

س: حرف فجائیہ کیا ہے؟
ج: ایک لفظ جو کوئی اچانک خیال کا اظہار کرے اسے حرف فجائیہ کہتے ہیں۔


Write one hundred verbs, their meanings, second forms and third forms.

Sure! Here are one hundred verbs along with their meanings, second forms, and third forms:

1. Accept - accepted - accepted: To agree to receive or take something.
2. Achieve - achieved - achieved: To successfully accomplish or reach a goal.
3. Adapt - adapted - adapted: To adjust or modify in response to changes or new circumstances.
4. Analyze - analyzed - analyzed: To examine in detail, often to understand the components or structure.
5. Apologize - apologized - apologized: To express regret or say sorry for a mistake or offense.
6. Apply - applied - applied: To put into action or make use of something.
7. Arrive - arrived - arrived: To reach a destination or arrive at a certain point.
8. Ask - asked - asked: To pose a question or request information from someone.
9. Assist - assisted - assisted: To help or support someone in accomplishing a task or goal.
10. Believe - believed - believed: To have faith or confidence in something or someone.
11. Borrow - borrowed - borrowed: To take something temporarily from someone with the intention of returning it.
12. Build - built - built: To construct or create something.
13. Calculate - calculated - calculated: To determine or figure out through mathematical processes or equations.
14. Celebrate - celebrated - celebrated: To observe or commemorate an event or occasion with festivities.
15. Change - changed - changed: To make or become different.
16. Choose - chose - chosen: To select or make a decision between options.
17. Collect - collected - collected: To gather or accumulate objects or information.
18. Communicate - communicated - communicated: To convey or exchange information or thoughts with others.
19. Compete - competed - competed: To participate in a competitive activity or contest.
20. Complete - completed - completed: To finish or bring something to a state of completion.
21. Comprehend - comprehended - comprehended: To understand or perceive something fully.
22. Concentrate - concentrated - concentrated: To focus one's attention or mental effort on a specific task or objective.
23. Connect - connected - connected: To link or join together.
24. Contribute - contributed - contributed: To give or provide something, often as a contribution to a larger effort.
25. Cook - cooked - cooked: To prepare food by applying heat.
26. Create - created - created: To bring into existence or produce something new.
27. Criticize - criticized - criticized: To express disapproval or make negative comments about someone or something.
28. Dance - danced - danced: To move rhythmically to music, often in a choreographed manner.
29. Debate - debated - debated: To discuss or argue about a topic or issue with opposing viewpoints.
30. Decide - decided - decided: To reach a conclusion or make a choice after careful consideration.
31. Defend - defended - defended: To protect or support someone or something from harm or criticism.
32. Deliver - delivered - delivered: To bring or transport something to a specific person or location.
33. Describe - described - described: To give a detailed account or explanation of something.
34. Design - designed - designed: To create or plan the layout or structure of something.
35. Develop - developed - developed: To grow or progress in stages, often involving improvement or expansion.
36. Discover - discovered - discovered: To find or uncover something previously unknown or hidden.
37. Discuss - discussed - discussed: To talk about a topic or issue with others, often exchanging opinions or ideas.
38. Divide - divided - divided: To separate or break something into parts or sections.
39. Donate - donated - donated: To give or contribute money, goods, or services to a charitable cause.
40. Earn - earned - earned: To receive payment or compensation for work or services.
41. Edit - edited - edited: To revise or modify a written or recorded piece of content.
42. Educate - educated - educated: To teach or instruct someone in a formal or informal setting.
43. Employ - employed - employed: To hire or engage someone for a job or task.
44. Encourage - encouraged - encouraged: To inspire, motivate, or give support to someone.
45. Enjoy - enjoyed - enjoyed: To derive pleasure or satisfaction from an experience or activity.
46. Establish - established - established: To set up or create something, often with a long-term purpose.
47. Evaluate - evaluated - evaluated: To assess or judge the value, significance, or quality of something.
48. Exchange - exchanged - exchanged: To trade or swap one thing for another.
49. Expand - expanded - expanded: To increase in size, scope, or extent.
50. Explain - explained - explained: To make something clear or easy to understand by providing information or instructions.
51. Explore - explored - explored: To investigate or examine something in a systematic or thorough manner.
52. Express - expressed - expressed: To convey or communicate thoughts, feelings, or ideas.
53. Extract - extracted - extracted: To remove or obtain something from a larger entity or source.
54. Fail - failed - failed: To be unsuccessful or not meet expectations.
55. Fight - fought - fought: To engage in a physical or verbal conflict with someone.
56. Find - found - found: To discover or locate something that was previously unknown or lost.
57. Finish - finished - finished: To complete or conclude something.
58. Follow - followed - followed: To go after or come after someone or something in motion.
59. Forget - forgot - forgotten: To fail to remember or retain information or experiences.
60. Forgive - forgave - forgiven: To pardon or stop feeling anger or resentment toward someone for an offense or mistake.
61. Give - gave - given: To present or transfer something to someone as a gift or contribution.
62. Grow - grew - grown: To increase in size, quantity, or intensity.
63. Help - helped - helped: To assist or aid someone in need or in accomplishing a task.
64. Hide - hid - hidden: To conceal or put something out of sight.
65. Identify - identified - identified: To recognize or establish the identity of someone or something.
66. Imagine - imagined - imagined: To form a mental image or create something in one's mind.
67. Improve - improved - improved: To make better or enhance the quality or condition of something.
68. Include - included - included: To comprise or contain as part of a whole.
69. Inform - informed - informed: To give information or facts to someone.
70. Inspire - inspired - inspired: To motivate or stimulate someone's creativity, enthusiasm, or action.
71. Introduce - introduced - introduced: To present or bring someone or something into a new environment or situation.
72. Invent - invented - invented: To create or devise something that is new or original.
73. Join - joined - joined: To connect or link together, often by becoming a member of a group or organization.
74. Judge - judged - judged: To form an opinion or make an assessment about someone or something.
75. Jump - jumped - jumped: To propel oneself off the ground or a surface by using muscular power.
76. Keep - kept - kept: To retain or hold on to something or someone.
77. Learn - learned/learnt - learned/learnt: To acquire knowledge or develop a new skill through study, experience, or teaching.
78. Listen - listened - listened: To pay attention to sounds and actively perceive or hear something.
79. Live - lived - lived: To be alive or have existence.
80. Love - loved - loved: To have a deep affection or strong positive emotion toward someone or something.
81. Manage - managed - managed: To oversee, control, or handle the operations or activities of something.
82. Memorize - memorized - memorized: To commit something to memory for future recall.
83. Motivate - motivated - motivated: To provide an incentive or reason for someone to take action or accomplish a task.
84. Move - moved - moved: To change position, location, or posture.
85. Need - needed - needed: To require or desire something that is essential or necessary.
86. Notice - noticed - noticed: To become aware of or take note of something or someone.
87. Open - opened - opened: To remove a covering or obstacle, allowing access or entry.
88. Organize - organized - organized: To arrange or put into order, often according to a system or plan.
89. Participate - participated - participated: To take part in or engage actively in an event, activity, or process.
90. Perform - performed - performed: To carry out or execute a task or action, often in a skilled or artistic manner.
91. Plan - planned - planned: To create or develop a detailed scheme or strategy for achieving a goal.
92. Play - played - played: To engage in an activity for amusement, enjoyment, or recreation.
93. Present - presented - presented: To introduce or show something to an audience or group of people.
94. Protect - protected - protected: To guard or defend someone or something from harm or danger.
95. Read - read - read: To look at and comprehend written or printed words.
96. Remember - remembered - remembered: To retain in one's memory or recall information or experiences from the past.
97. Research - researched - researched: To investigate or study a subject or topic in detail.
98. Run - ran - run: To move swiftly on foot, usually at a pace faster than walking.
99. Save - saved - saved: To keep or protect something for future use or from harm.
100. Study - studied - studied: To apply the mind to the acquisition of knowledge or understanding of a subject.


Write a long essay as well as speech on the topic My Family.

Topic for novices 2

My Family: An Unbreakable Bond

Good morning/afternoon/evening respected teachers and my dear friends. Today, I stand here to express my thoughts and feelings on a topic that is very dear to me - my family. Our families are the roots from which we grow, the support system that nourishes us, and the fortress that protects us. It is an honor for me to share the story of my family, as it holds a special place in my heart.


1. Family Background:
Let me begin by introducing my family members. In my family, I have my parents, who are the pillars of our home. They have taught me invaluable lessons about love, compassion, and resilience. I also have an elder sister who has always been my role model and a source of inspiration. Our family is small but filled with enormous love and harmony.

2. Love and Support:
The love and support I receive from my family are what keep me going in life. No matter the situation, they are always there for me, ready to lend a helping hand or offer a comforting shoulder. Their unconditional love is like a warm embrace, providing me with the strength and courage to face any challenges.

3. Shared Values:
One of the reasons why my family is so special to me is our shared values. We believe in honesty, respect, empathy, and the importance of education. These values have been instilled in us from a young age and have shaped our character. Our family discussions often revolve around these principles, encouraging personal growth and moral development.

4. Celebrations and Traditions:
Our family cherishes and preserves our cultural traditions and celebrations. From birthdays to festivals, we come together as a unit to celebrate these moments with joy and enthusiasm. These shared experiences create lasting memories and strengthen the bond that holds our family together. Through these celebrations, we learn the importance of unity and togetherness.

5. Teamwork and Communication:
Effective communication and teamwork are the foundation of a strong family. We believe in open and honest communication, where every member's voice is heard and valued. This approach fosters healthy relationships and understanding, enabling us to resolve conflicts with empathy and compassion.

6. Life Lessons and Supportive Environment:
Within the confines of our family, we have learned essential life lessons that will guide us throughout our lives. We offer each other unwavering support, encouragement, and motivation to pursue our dreams and ambitions. Our home is a safe space where we can freely express our thoughts, share our joys, and find solace during difficult times.


In conclusion, my family is my greatest treasure. The love, support, and shared values within my family have shaped me into the person I am today. Their presence in my life is a constant reminder of the importance of strong bonds and the power of unity. Through ups and downs, we stand together, demonstrating resilience and faith in one another.

I am grateful for the beautiful memories we have created together, the lessons we have learned, and the love we continue to share. My family is my backbone, my inspiration, and my source of happiness. I am proud to be a part of this unbreakable bond that we call "family." Let us all cherish and celebrate the invaluable gift of family that we are blessed with.

Thank you.

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