You promised your mother that you would be back home by 10 pm but you got carried away with your friend and got late.

You promised your mother that you would be back home by 10 pm but you got carried away with your friend and got late. Now its past midnight. “Part of honesty is keeping our word

1. How would relate to the value of “honesty” in such a situation?​

Answer:

1. First I will tell all truth to my mother and apologies to her

2. speaking truth and behave like good girl

3. I want to people trust me because I had told truth to my mother instead of lie

4. If my mother doubt me after listening truth then definitely I relate to value of honesty

Based on this, which detail from the “Address to the Niagara Movement” deals  with the application of constitutional principles?

Based on this, which detail from the “Address to the Niagara Movement” deals  with the application of constitutional principles?

“We claim for ourselves every single right that belongs to a freeborn American, political, civil and social; and until we get these rights we will never cease to protest and assail the ears of America.”

“We want justice even for criminals and outlaws.”

“We refuse to surrender the leadership of this race to cowards and trucklers.”

“We do not believe in violence, neither in the despised violence of the raid nor the lauded violence of the soldier, nor the barbarous violence of the mob, but we do believe in John Brown.”

Frank writes of Clemente’s performance on the field, “Most of all, he played with  dignity.” What does she mean?

1. Frank writes of Clemente’s performance on the field, “Most of all, he played with  dignity.” What does she mean?

2. In the introduction of the article, author Mary Kate Frank writes, “Clemente had beaten tough odds before.” What does it mean to “beat the odds”? How had Clemente beaten the odds in his life?

3. In the section “Far From Home,” cheering fans crowd around Clemente as he leaves the stadium after a big game. Why do you think Frank highlights this moment? How is it important to the story?

4. Why was it significant that Clemente spoke to reporters in Spanish after he was named MVP in 1971?

5. How did Clemente use baseball as a platform—in other words, as an opportunity to voice his views or take action?

6. What is the Roberto Clemente Award? For what reasons do you think Major League Baseball gives out this award?

Carrying out experiments is common practice in universities, but teachers from Newcastle University were amused to discover that

Carrying out experiments is common practice in universities, but teachers from Newcastle University were amused to discover that they had been the subjects of a secret test. Dr Melissa Bateson, apsychologist, wanted to find out if she could change her colleagues’ behaviour when it came to payingfor their hot drinks. Teachers were expected to put money in a box in the staff room, but nobodycontrolled how much money each teacher gave. Dr Bateson put a large picture of some flowers on thewall behind the box for a few weeks and then replaced it with one of a picture of a pair of human eyes.At the end of the experiment, Dr Bateson found that teachers paid almost three times more for theirdrinks when the picture of the eyes was on the wall. . Dr Bateson concluded that we are programmed to respond to eyes, even pictures of eyes, andbelieved that her posters could combat crime. A few years later, another experiment at NewcastleUniversity proved this to be true. The experiment involved one of the items most vulnerable to theft thatstudents possess: bicycles. Three posters were made with a warning sentence under the image of a pairof eyes. It said, ‘Cycle thieves, we are watching you’. Amazingly, the crime rate for bicycle theft fell byan incredible 62% in the places where the posters were displayed. The police and transport authoritiesquickly became interested in Dr Bateson’s research and they have since used posters of hostile pairs ofeyes in their crime prevention campaigns. (Adapted from Solutions 3rd Edition by Tim Falla and Paul A Davies)

1. Which could be the best title for the passage? A. I’ve Got my Eyes on You B. Cycle Thieves: a New Threat C. Driven to Crime D. Stealing Students’ Bicycles

2. The word ‘controlled’ in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ________A. imagined B. changed C. renewed D. managed

3. According to paragraph 1, what were the findings or Dr Bateson’s research? A. Teachers felt they were not controlled about how much money they put in the box. B. The flowers behind the wall lead to fewer donations being made. C. The eyes on the wall may have significantly influenced the behavior among teachers. D. The teachers bought three times more hot drinks when the eyes were on the wall.

4. The word ‘It’ in paragraph 2 refers to ________ A. the image of the eye B. a poster C. a cycle thief D. a warning sentence

5. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage? A. A study at a University in Newcastle supported Dr Bateson’s hypothesis. B. Bicycles are a commonly stolen possession within student communities. C. Posters were displayed on the seat of the bike in a bid to deter criminals. D. Bicycle theft witnessed a sharp reduction in the instances where posters were presented