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                A bargain is a bargain.



RHYME:
                                 GOOD WORD:
One,                   two,
Buckle      my        shoe;      Nature has given women so much power
Three,                 four,     that the law has very wisely given them
Shut       the        door;      little.
Five,                    six,
Pick      up         sticks;
Seven                 eight,
Lay     them      straight;
Nine,                   ten,       TOUNG TWISTER:
A     good     fat     hen;        •     How much wood could a
Eleven,             twelve,            wood chuck; chuck if a wood
Who       will       delve?            chuck could chuck wood
Thirteen,        fourteen,         •

Maids          a-courting;
Fifteen,           sixteen,
Maids           a-kissing;
Seventeen,       eighteen,
Maids           a-waiting;
Nineteen,          twenty,
My stomach's empty.
The          Ant           and          the        Grasshopper
                                                   STORY:
One summer's day, a merry Grasshopper was dancing, singing
and playing his violin with all his heart. He saw an Ant passing
by, bearing along with great toil a wheatear to store for the
winter.
“Come and sing with me instead of working so hard”, said the
Grasshopper         “Let’s       have         fun     together.”
“I must store food for the winter”, said the Ant, “and I advise
you             to           do             the          same.”
“Don’t worry about winter, it’s still very far away”, said the
Grasshopper, laughing at him. But the Ant wouldn’t listen and
continued                          his                      toil.
When the winter came, the starving Grasshopper went to the
Ant’s house and humbly begged for something to eat.
“If you had listened to my advice in the summer you would not
now be in need,” said the Ant. “I’m afraid you will have to go
supper less to bed,” and he closed the door.

It is best to prepare for the days of necessity.
        SMS (GUD MRNG SMS)




I hurt you… But I
didn’t mean to…
Please forgive me!




                       Anytime you are angry that breaks
                       my heart but my heart will never
                       stop to love you..... sorry for that



                        I’m sorry to be smiling every time
                        you’re near. I’m sorry my eyes
                        twinkle whenever you’re here. I’m
                        sorry that cupid has made his hit.
                        I’m sorry i love you, I can’t help it.

                        How can I begin to say I`m
                        sorry. I didn’t mean to upset
                        you. I hope that you can
                        forgive me. I’m sorry.
   REASONING

                                   the team have won in a row to
                                   attain this average?
     REASONING QUESITONS:          A. 12
                                   B. 20
1. In a group of 15,7 have
                                   C. 24
studied Latin, 8 have studied
                                   D. 30
Greek, and 3 have not studied
either. How many of these
                                   5. M men agree to purchase a
studied both Latin and Greek
                                   gift for Rs. D. If three men
A.0
                                   drop out how much more will
B.3
                                   each have to contribute
C.4
                                   towards the purchase of the
D.5
                                   gift/
                                   A. D/(M-3)
2. If 13 = 13w/(1-w) ,then (2w)2
                                   B. MD/3
=
                                   C. M/(D-3)
A.1/4
                                   D. 3D/(M2-3M)
B.1/2
C.1
                                   6. A company contracts to
D.2
                                   paint 3 houses. Mr.Brown can
                                   paint a house in 6 days while
3. If a and b are positive
                                   Mr. Black would take 8 days
integers and (a-b)/3.5 = 4/7,
                                   and Mr. Blue 12 days. After 8
then
                                   days Mr.Brown goes on
(A) b < a
                                   vacation and Mr. Black begins
(B) b > a
                                   to work for a period of 6 days.
(C) b = a
                                   How many days will it take Mr.
(D) b >= a
                                   Blue to complete the contract?
                                   A. 7
4. In june a baseball team that
                                   B. 8
played 60 games had won 30%
                                   C. 11
of its game played. After a
                                   D. 12
phenomenal winning streak
this team raised its average to
50% .How many games must
   REASONING

7. 2 hours after a freight train    total number of classmates go
leaves Delhi a passenger train      to canteen.
leaves    the    same     station
travelling in the same direction    12. The price of a product is
at an average speed of 16           reduced by 30% . By what
km/hr. After travelling 4 hrs       percentage should it be
the passenger train overtakes       increased to make it 100%
the freight train. The average
speed of the freight train was?     13. There is a square of side
A. 30                               6cm. A circle is inscribed inside
B. 40                               the square. Find the ratio of
C.58                                the area of circle to square.
D. 60
                                    14. There are two candles of
8. If 9x-3y=12 and 3x-5y=7          equal lengths and of different
then 6x-2y =?                       thickness. The thicker one lasts
A.-5                                of six hours. The thinner 2
B. 4                                hours less than the thicker one.
C. 2                                Ramesh lights the two candles
D. 8                                at the same time. When he
                                    went to bed he saw the thicker
9. There are 5 red shoes, 4         one is twice the length of the
green shoes. If one draw            thinner one. How long ago did
randomly a shoe what is the         Ramesh light the two candles?
probability of getting a red
shoe?
                                    14. If M/N = 6/5,then 3M+2N =
10. What is the selling price of    ?
a car? If the cost of the car is
Rs.60 and a profit of 10% over      15. If p/q = 5/4 , then 2p+q= ?
selling price is earned

11. 1/3 of girls , 1/2 of boys go
to canteen .What factor and
  REASONING

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of     triangle   PQS        &
parallelogram
PQRST .

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12.60. If the profit is 10% over
selling price what is the selling
price?

18. There are 6 red shoes & 4
green shoes . If two of red shoes
are drawn what is the
probability of getting red shoes

19. To 15 lts of water
containing 20% alcohol, we
add 5 lts of pure water. What is
%alcohol.

20: A man sells two buffaloes
for Rs. 7,820 each. On one he
gains 15% and on the other, he
loses 15%. His total gain or loss
in the transaction is
1. 2.5% gain
2. 2.25% loss
3. 2% loss
4. 5% loss
5. None of these
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             Inspiring Messages Famous
             Quotes      by      Swami
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                                   We have to go back to
     What the world wants     philosophy to treat things
is character. The world is    as they are. We are
in need of those whose life   suffering from our own
is one burning love,          karma. It is not the fault of
selfless. That love will      God. What we do is our
make every word tell like     own fault, nothing else.
a thunderbolt.                Why should God be
                              blamed?
     God is merciful to
those whom He sees                Fill the brain with
struggling heart and soul     high thoughts, highest
for realization. But remain   ideals, place them day and
idle, without any struggle,   night before you, and out
and you will see that His     of that will come great
grace will never come.        work.
              .



     Desire, ignorance, and         Every action that
inequality—this is the         helps us manifest our
trinity of bondage.            divine nature more and
                               more is good; every action
     We       must      have   that retards it is evil.
friendship for all; we must
be merciful toward those
that are in misery; when            We reap what we
people are happy, we           sow we are the makers of
ought to be happy; and to      our own fate. None else
the wicked we must be          has the blame, none has
indifferent. These attitudes   the praise.
will make the mind
peaceful.
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