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The Beauty and the Beast Elementary Level In Urdu ! Hindi

Learn English Through Story | The Beauty and the Beast Elementary Level

Learn-English-Through-Story-_-The-Beauty-and-the-Beast-Elementary-Level-300x169 The Beauty and the Beast Elementary Level In Urdu ! Hindi
Learn English Through Story _ The Beauty and the Beast Elementary Level

A rich man lives in a big city near the sea. He has three daughters and three sons. One daughter is called ‘Beauty’ because she is very beautiful. The other two daughters are called Rosalind and Hortensia. They are lazy and unfriendly. They like going out and having fun. They both want to find a rich husband. They do not like Beauty because she is beautiful. Beauty has got long red hair. She is kind and friendly.

She likes staying at home and reading books. She also likes playing the piano. Beauty’s father is a merchant. One day he loses all his money because his ship is lost at sea. ‘My dear children,’ he says sadly, ‘I haven’t got much money. We’re poor.We must leave this big house and go and live in the country.

‘Oh, dear!’ say the two sisters. ‘We’re poor – this is terrible!’ ‘What bad luck!’ say the three brothers. ‘We have to work now,’ says Beauty’s father. ‘Work?’ say the two sisters. ‘No, we don’t want to work! And we don’t want to live in the country.’ They start to cry. Beauty is sad but she says, ‘Let’s not cry! We can work and be happy without money.’

The family goes to the country and lives in a small house. Beauty gets up at four o’clock every morning to clean the house and cook. Then she washes the family’s clothes in the river. The three brothers work in the country. Rosalind and Hortensia do not work. They do nothing all day.

They sleep all morning and walk in the woods in the afternoon. ‘I’m unhappy,’ says Rosalind.’I don’t like the country because there’s nothing to do.’ ‘We can’t go to the theatre and wear nice clothes,’ says Hortensia. ‘And we haven’t got any friends.’ ‘Look at Beauty,’ says Rosalind angrily. ‘She works and she’s happy in this terrible place.’

Beauty’s father says, ‘Dear Beauty, you work a lot and you’re always happy. You’re a wonderful daughter.’

Part One Video Translated In Urdu & Hindi

Part two Video Translated In Urdu & Hindi

 

Last Part Three In Urdu & Hindi

Chapter 02
CHAPTER TWO
Beauty’s Rose

A year later Beauty’s father gets an important letter. He calls his six children and says, ‘Listen to this letter:’ You ship is here. It is not lost at sea! Please come to the port. Everyone is happy. ‘This is wonderful news!’ say the three sons. ‘Yes,’ says their father, ‘the ship with my goods is in the port.’ ‘We’re rich again!’ says Rosalind. ‘We can buy beautiful clothes.’ ‘We can go back to our big house in the city,’ says Hortensia.

I must go to the port today,’ says her father happily. ‘Oh, father,’ says Hortensia, ‘bring me some new clothes and new hats.’ ‘Yes,’ says Rosalind, ‘and some new shoes and jewels.’ Beauty’s father looks at her and says, ‘What do you want, Beauty?’ ‘Please don’t spend your money, father,’ says Beauty. ‘Just bring me a rose.’ Beauty’s father gets to the port and finds his ship. But there are no goods on it – it is empty!

‘What bad luck!’ he says angrily. ”I must go home and tell the children the bad news.’ On the way home he crosses a big forest. It is snowing and windy. He is lost. ‘Where am I?’ he thinks. ‘Where can I go? I’m very cold and tired.’ He hears some wolves and he is afraid. Suddenly he sees a big castle in the forest. And there are lights in the windows. ‘Oh, good!’ he thinks.Perhaps the people in the castle can help me.’

He takes his horse to the stable near the castle. He knocks on the big door of the castle but no one answers. He waits outside the door. Then he opens the door and goes inside. He sees a big hall with a fireplace. There is a long table with a lot of food on it. He is cold and sits near the fireplace. ‘How strange,’ he thinks, ‘there’s no one here.’ He is hungry and sits down at the table and starts to eat. Then he is sleepy.

He finds a warm, comfortable bed and falls asleep.The next morning he finds some new clothes near his bed. ‘How nice! New clothes!’ he thinks. ‘A kind person lives in this castle.’ He looks out of the window and is surprised. ‘It’s not snowing and it’s a beautiful day!’ he thinks. ‘And there are flowers in the garden.’ He gets dressed and goes to the hall. There are biscuits, chocolate and milk on the long table.

He sits down and says, ‘Thank you for this lovely breakfast.’ He looks round but sees no one. He eats and decides to go home.He goes to the stable and gets his horse. In the garden he sees some roses. ‘Beauty wants a rose,’ he thinks. He takes a lovely one. Suddenly he hears a terrible noise. He turns round and sees an ugly monster.
CHAPTER 03 THE BEAST

‘You’re a bad man!’ cries the Beast angrily. ‘You come to my castle and I save your life. You eat here and you sleep here. And then you take one of my beautiful roses. For this you must die!’ Beauty’s father starts to cry. Oh, sir, I’m sorry! You’re very kind. Please don’t be angry with me. This rose is for one of my daughters.’ ‘My name is not “sir” – it is Beast. Please call me by my name. You talk about your daughters.

Then one of your daughters must die in your place.’ ‘Oh, no!’ says Beauty’s father. ‘They’re young and they don’t want to die.’ ‘Then you must come back here and die,’ says the Beast. ‘I can wait three months. Do you agree to come back?’ Beauty’s father agrees to come back. ‘My daughters must not die,’ he thinks. ‘I want to go home and see my children for the last time.’

Before Beauty’s father leaves the castle the Beast talks to him. ‘I’m not had,’ says the Beast. ‘Go back to your bedroom. There is a big chest there. Fill it with everything you want and it is yours.’ Beauty’s father fills the chest with a lot of gold. Then he gets on his horse and goes home. When he is at home he gives the rose to Beauty. ‘Take this rose, Beauty,’ he says sadly. ‘Let me tell you about my terrible adventure.’

He tells his children about the empty ship in the port, the castle in the forest and the Beast. Rosalind and Hortensia are angry with Beauty. They say, ‘Father must die because you like roses, Beauty!’ ‘No,’ says Beauty, ‘father is not going to die. I’m going to the Beast’s castle!’ ‘No, dear sister,’ say her three brothers. ‘We’re going to his castle and we’re going to kill him!’ ‘No, that’s not possible,’ says their father. ‘The Beast is very big and strong.

I’m old – I must go and die. But Beauty does not agree. She decides to go to the Beast’s castle. ‘No, father,’ she says, ‘you must not go. I want to go!’ ‘Never, my dear Beauty!’ says her father.’I’m not afraid,’ says Beauty. ‘You must live and look after my brothers and sisters. They need you.’ Beauty’s father thinks for a moment. Then he says sadly, ‘Alright, Beauty. You can go.’ Beauty’s brothers are very sad, but Hortensia and Rosalind are not.

The next morning Beauty and her father go to the Beast’s castle. Inside the castle they see a long table with a lot of good food on it. Beauty and her father are not hungry, but they sit down and eat.Suddenly they hear a loud noise. ‘What’s that terrible noise?’ asks Beauty. ‘The Beast is coming,’ says her father. Beauty sees the Beast’s ugly face and she is terrified ‘Oh, this Beast is really terrible!’ she thinks.

The Beast looks at her and says, ‘You’re a brave girl.’ ‘I’m very sorry about the rose from your garden…,’ says Beauty quietly. The Beast looks at Beauty’s father and says, ‘You must go away tomorrow. And don’t come back! Do you understand?’ Beauty’s father looks at the Beast and then at his daughter. ‘Oh, Beauty,’ he says, ‘please go home! Let me stay here!’ ‘No, father,’ says Beauty. ‘We must be brave. We’re both tired – let’s go and sleep now.

Tomorrow morning you can go home to my brothers and sisters.’ That night Beauty has a dream. In her dream a good fairy says, ‘You’re a good girl, Beauty. And you’ve got a kind heart. You want to save your father’s life. You’re going to be very happy one day.’
CHAPTER FOUR
Life at the Castle

The next morning Beauty’s father leaves the castle. He is crying. ‘Don’t cry, father,’ says Beauty. ‘Remember, I love you.’ ‘Goodbye, dear Beauty,’ says her father. Beauty is terrified. ‘The Beast is going to eat me tonight,’ she thinks. ‘I want to enjoy my last day. I’m going to visit the garden of the castle.’She goes to see the big garden and she is surprised. It is a beautiful garden with a lot of lovely flowers.

Then she goes to see the big castle. She looks in all the rooms. On one door she sees this sign: BEAUTY’S ROOM She opens the door and sees a lovely room. There is a nice bed and a mirror on the wall. Beauty looks round and thinks, ‘There’s a piano and a lot of books for me. How strange! Perhaps the Beast doesn’t want to eat me tonight.’ She takes a book and starts to read it. Suddenly she sees these words on the pages: Welcome, Beauty! You’re the queen here.

Tell me everything you want. ‘I only want to see my poor father,’ says Beauty. Suddenly she sees her father in the mirror on the wall. He is very sad. She also sees her home and Hortensia and Rosalind. They are happy without Beauty.’The Beast is kind to me,’ she thinks. ‘Why am I afraid of him?’ At 12 o’clock she has lunch. After lunch she goes to her room. ‘What a beautiful piano!’ thinks Beauty. ‘I want to play it.’

She plays some wonderful music on the piano. Then she looks at all the books in her room. Some of them have got pictures and others have not. She takes a book about flowers and looks at the pictures of different flowers. Then she sees pictures of roses of all colours. ‘Now I want to go to the garden and look at the lovely roses,’ she thinks. She goes to the garden and stays there all afternoon.

She looks at the flowers and feels happy. At dinner time she sits down at the long table and then she hears the Beast coming. She is terrified. ‘Beauty, can I sit here with you?’ asks the Beast. ‘You’re the lord of the castle,’ says Beauty. ‘And you’re the queen,’ says the Beast. ‘Can I ask you a question?’ ‘Yes, of course,’ says Beauty quietly. ‘Am I very ugly?’ asks the Beast.

Beauty does not know what to say. She looks at him and thinks for a moment. ‘Well, yes you are!’ says Beauty. ‘But you’re kind and polite.’ The Beast looks at Beauty and smiles. ‘You’re right, I’m terribly ugly but I’m kind. This is your home now, Beauty. Please don’t be sad!’ ‘Some men are handsome but they’re not kind,’ says Beauty. ‘I prefer you because you’ve got a good heart. ‘Thank you, Beauty,’ says the Beast.

Now Beauty is not afraid of the Beast and she eats a big dinner. The Beast looks at her and asks a question. Do you want to marry me, Beauty?’ What a question! Beauty is terrified. ‘What can I say?’ thinks Beauty. She is silent for a moment and then she says, ‘No, I’m sorry I don’t want to marry you.’ The Beast is angry and Beauty is afraid. Then he goes out of the room and says, ‘Goodbye, Beauty.’ CHAPTER FIVE The Magic Ring

Beauty spends three months at the beautiful castle. Every day she reads books and plays the piano. She walks everywhere in the big garden. She likes the tall trees and the flowers of different colours. She puts beautiful flowers in the rooms of the castle. Sometimes she makes perfume from the flowers. But the days are long and she is often lonely. Beauty often thinks about her father, her sisters and her brothers.

‘I want to see my father again,’ she thinks sadly.’And I want to see my home again too.’ The Beast goes to see her every evening at dinner time, at nine o’clock. They talk about interesting things and are happy together. Beauty is not afraid of his ugly face now. Every evening the Beast asks Beauty the same question: ‘Beauty, do you want to marry me?’ And every evening Beauty answers, ‘No.’

One day Beauty says, ‘Why do you ask me the same question every evening?’ ‘Because I hope to hear a different answer,’ says the Beast. ‘I’m sorry, I don’t want to marry you,’ says Beauty. The Beast is very sad. ‘But I’m always going to be your friend,’ she says. ‘You’re a wonderful friend,’ says the Beast. ‘And you are too,’ says Beauty smiling. ‘I know I’m terribly ugly,’ says the Beast.’But I love you a lot. I’m very happy with you. Please, don’t leave me!’

Beauty’s face becomes red and she is quiet for a moment. ‘In the mirror of my room,’ says Beauty, ‘I see my poor father. He’s sad and lonely. He thinks I’m dead. My sisters are married and my brothers are away. I want to see my father for the last time. Can I go and see him, please?’ ‘Yes, you can go and see your father,’ says the Beast. ‘But I’m going to be very sad without you.’ ‘Oh, thank you!’ says Beauty happily. ‘Please don’t be sad, Beast.

I’m going to come back in a week.’ ‘Alright,’ says the Beast. ‘You can visit your father tomorrow morning. But remember, you must come back in a week. Before you come back put this ring on a table near your bed. It’s a magic ring. Goodbye, Beauty.’ CHAPTER SIX The Sisters’ Plan The next morning Beauty wakes up in her bedroom in her father’s house. She gets up and goes downstairs.When her father sees her he cries, ‘Beauty, is that you?

How wonderful! My daughter is well and she’s here!’ Beauty is very happy and hugs her father. ‘Get dressed quickly and then tell me about the Beast!’ says her father happily. She goes to her room and finds a chest full of beautiful clothes. ‘This is a present from the Beast!’ says Beauty to her father. He’s very nice and gives me presents every day.’ She chooses some lovely clothes. ‘I want to give these lovely clothes to Rosalind and Hortensia,’ she says. When she says this the chest disappears!

‘The Beast is watching you,’ says Beauty’s father. ‘These beautiful clothes are for you and not for your sisters.’ Suddenly the chest comes back again. That morning Rosalind and Hortensia come to visit their sister. They are both very unhappy. ‘Oh, Beauty,’ says Rosalind, ‘I’m unhappy.’ ‘Why are you unhappy, Rosalind?’ asks Beauty. ‘Oh, it’s a long story,’ says Rosalind. ‘Please tell me,’ says Beauty.

‘My husband is handsome and he spends all day in front of a mirror. He never looks at me or talks to me.’ ‘Oh, dear, that’s a big problem,’ says Beauty. Hortensia says, ‘My husband is very clever, but he doesn’t like anyone, and no one likes him.’ ‘I can never invite my friends to lunch or dinner because he doesn’t like them.’ ‘We’ve got a lot of problems with our husbands,’ they say. ‘My poor sisters!’ says Beauty.

‘I’m very sorry.’ ‘Tell us about the Beast,’ says Hortensia. Oh, the Beast is not a bad man,’ says Beauty. ‘He’s very kind. I live in his beautiful castle and I’m the queen. I don’t work. I read, play the piano and walk in the garden. Every evening the Beast comes to see me at dinner and we talk about a lot of things. It’s wonderful.’The two sisters are very angry and they go to the garden.

‘Beauty wears lovely clothes and shoes,’ says Rosalind. ‘She’s like a queen.She’s very happy. Why is she lucky? And why are we unlucky?’ ‘You’re right, Rosalind,’ says Hortensia. ‘We’re not very lucky. But maybe we can be lucky! Beauty has to return to the Beast in a week, or he’s going to get angry and eat her!’ ‘Then we must keep her here,’ says Rosalind. ‘Then the Beast is going to get angry.’

During the week the two sisters are kind to Beauty. They talk and laugh with her. They walk together in the country. Beauty is happy with her sisters. ‘Rosalind and Hortensia love me,’ she thinks. ‘They’re good sisters and I love them a lot.’ At the end of the week Beauty says, ‘I must go back to the Beast’s castle.’ But her sisters start to cry. ‘Oh, Beauty,’ says Rosalind, ‘please stay with us another week. We need you.’

‘Yes, Beauty,’ says Hortensia, ‘please don’t leave us. We have fun with you and we love you.’ ‘Yes,’ says Rosalind, ‘stay with us! We can do a lot of things together.’ Beauty does not know what to do. She decides to stay another week.
CHAPTER SEVEN
The Dream

The Beast is going to be very sad without me,’ Beauty thinks. ‘But I want to stay with my family for a few more days. Then I’m going to go back to him.’ Beauty thinks about the Beast. She misses him. Ten days later Beauty dreams about the Beast. In her dream the Beast is on the grass in the garden of the castle. And he’s going to die!’Beauty, whispers the Beast, ‘today is the tenth day and you’re not here. I can’t live without you.

I can’t eat or drink.’ Beauty wakes up and thinks, ‘The poor Beast is going to die without me! I must go back to him.’ She takes the ring and puts it on a table near her bed. ‘The Beast is ugly but he’s very kind,’ she thinks. ‘Why don’t I marry him? I’m happy with him. My sisters have handsome, clever husbands – but they’re not happy.’ Beauty falls asleep and the next morning she wakes up at the Beast’s castle.

Today I’m going to wear a beautiful dress,’ Beauty thinks. At nine o’clock in the evening she goes to dinner and waits for the Beast. But he doesn’t come to see her. ‘What’s happening?’ Beauty thinks. ‘Where’s the Beast? Why isn’t he here?’ ‘Beast!’ she cries. ‘Beast, where are you! Answer me!’ She opens the doors of all the rooms and looks everywhere in the castle. But she cannot find him.

Suddenly she remembers her dream. She runs to the garden and sees the Beast on the grass. ‘Oh, no!’ she cries. ‘Is he dead?’ She listens to his heart and it is beating. ‘Good! He’s not dead!’ she thinks. She gets some cold water from the river and wets his face. The Beast slowly opens his eyes. ‘Beauty,’ he whispers, ‘I’m dying… but I’m happy because you’re here.’ ‘No, Beast,’ cries Beauty.

‘Don’t die! You must live and become my husband. I love you and I can’t live without you.’

Last CHAPTER
EIGHT
The Prince

Suddenly all the lights of the castle and the garden, turn on. There are beautiful fireworks in the sky. Beauty is surprised and looks at the castle. Then she turns round and looks at the Beast. What a surprise! She sees a handsome young man. ‘Thank you, Beauty,’ says the young man. ‘The spell is broken!’ ‘But where is the Beast?’ asks Beauty. ‘I am the Beast!’ says the prince.

‘I don’t understand,’ says Beauty. ‘Who are you?’ ‘I’m a prince and this is my castle,’ says the young man. ‘Sometimes a bad witch puts a spell on a prince and only true love can break the spell. Now I know your love is true.’ The prince takes her hand and says, ‘Do you want to marry me, Beauty?’ Beauty looks at the handsome prince and says, ‘Yes, I do!’ Beauty and the prince go to the castle.

When she opens the door she is surprised. ‘My family! You’re all here!’ cries Beauty. She is happy when she sees her family. They talk and laugh together. Suddenly she sees the good fairy from her dream. ‘Beauty,’ says the good fairy, ‘you’ve got a kind heart and you’re going to marry the prince and become a princess!’ Then the good fairy looks at Beauty’s two sisters. ‘You’re both bad, lazy and unkind,’ says the fairy.

‘You don’t love anyone!’ The fairy says some magic words and suddenly Rosalind and Hortensia become statues. ‘Oh, no!’ cries Beauty. ‘My sisters are statues!’ ‘Your sisters have got hearts of stone,’ says the fairy. ‘Now they can’t move, but they can see and hear everything. When they understand their mistakes they can become Rosalind and Hortensia again.’ The next day Beauty and the prince get married.

Everyone dances and sings in the castle. It is a happy day. People give flowers to Beauty and the prince. The prince sees tears in Beauty’s eyes and says, ‘Don’t cry, my Beauty. We’re going to be very happy together!’

THE END

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The Lady, or the Tiger? by Frank Stockton ~ English Story In Urdu & Hindi

The Lady, or the Tiger? by Frank Stockton

Many, many years ago there was a king in a far country. He was famous, he was strong and he was very clever. But in his country, he had many wrongdoers.(gunnah ya zulm karney waley) The King was unhappy about this, but how can you stop people from doing wrong? It is not easy. He thought about this difficult question for a long time but he could not find the answer.

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THE LADY OR TIGER NOVEL

Suddenly, one day, he had a good idea. He spoke to his people and told them to build a big stadium in the centre of the city. ‘It must be very big and very beautiful,’ he told them. So the people worked hard for many months.

 

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One day, the building was finished. The stadium was ready. Inside it, there were places for five thousand people. Everyone was very excited about this beautiful new building. Some wanted to watch games in the stadium. Others wanted to have dancing and singing. But what did the King want? No one knew.

 

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The day of the opening(Iftitah) came. Everyone ran to the stadium to get a place inside. The people got more excited when the King arrived. They were all quiet, waiting. First, he took his place. Then, he stood up and spoke.My people, my friends,’ he said. ‘Firstly I want to thank all the workers for their good work.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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We now have a beautiful stadium and it is very well built. Secondly, I know that many of you want to see games and dancing here. But this stadium is going to be different. It is not going to be a place for having a good time. It is going to be a place for wrongdoers. If one of you does something wrong, we are going to bring him to this place. Then he must stand in the middle of this stadium in front of us all.

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‘Now, do you all see those two doors, coloured blue, at the far end of the stadium? They look the same, perhaps. But they are not. Behind one door, I am going to put a dangerous animal, a tiger. Behind the other door, there is going to be a beautiful lady. The wrongdoer must choose one of these doors. If he opens the wrong door, he finds the tiger. It jumps out and kills him.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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If he opens the other door, he finds the beautiful young woman. She is to be his wife. They must marry immediately, right here in the stadium before our eyes. After that, they can live happily with us as husband and wife. So each wrongdoer must choose very carefully. Before he chooses, he – and we – cannot know if he is going to live or die.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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As soon as he opens one of those two doors, we all know immediately. That is my idea. So tell me, my friends, is it a good idea or is it not?’ ‘It is good, O King, it is very good,’ the people answered. But they were quiet. They were afraid. ‘Thank you, ‘ said the King. ‘Now go home. Come to the stadium again at the same time next week. Then you can watch the first wrongdoer make his choice.

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Every week from now on, a different man is going to choose: to live, if he is lucky, or to die if he is not.’ From that day, the people came every week to the stadium to watch a different wrongdoer. Sometimes, he opened the right blue door and the beautiful lady came out. Then there was singing and dancing. Everyone threw flowers down to the lucky people and went home happily.

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But at other times, the wrongdoer opened the wrong door. Immediately a big tiger ran out into the stadium and jumped on the unlucky man. In a few minutes, the tiger killed him in front of all the watching people. When he lay dead in the centre of the stadium, the people went home sadly. They took their flowers with them.

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It is interesting that in a short time the number of wrongdoers in the country got much smaller. No one wanted to stand in the middle of the stadium and make that difficult choice. Now, there is another important person in this story. The King had only one child, a daughter. She was very beautiful. She had green eyes and long red hair

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and she moved as quickly as a cat. She too was strong and clever – as strong and clever as her father. She did not smile often. But when she smiled, people were happy. When she was angry, everyone was afraid. They knew that at those times she was a very dangerous young woman. Her picture was in every home.

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Men, women and children followed her when she went walking in the streets of the city. They waited to see her famous smile and sometimes they were lucky. One day, she was out walking in a city park when she saw a young man. He was a gardener and the park was where he worked. He was very good-looking. He was tall and strong. He had dark blue-black hair and a dark moustache.

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When he laughed, you could see his beautiful white teeth. The King’s daughter stopped and looked at him closely. She thought that he was the most beautiful man in the world. She began to talk with him and liked him more and more. The young man could not understand. Why did the King’s daughter want to talk to him? He was not important. He was only the King’s gardener.

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But he could not take his eyes off her. As soon as he looked into her big green eyes and saw her smile, he was in love. But he knew that this love was very dangerous. He was not a rich man, not from a rich family. He could never marry the daughter of the King. But the two young lovers knew that they must meet again. They started to meet every day, at times when no one could see them

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Every day, their love was stronger and stronger. They were very happy. Then one day the King found them together, there in the city gardens. His daughter was in the young man’s arms. The King was very, very angry. He called his men. Immediately, they took the young man away and shut him in a dark, dirty room. They gave him only bread and water to eat.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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Now the King’s daughter could not see her lover any more. The young man lay in the dark. He knew that he was a wrongdoer and in much danger from the King. Now, we know that the King’s daughter was a strong young woman and that she was very clever. When her father’s men took her lover away, she too saw the danger immediately.She knew very well what was going to happen next. So,

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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early in the morning, she went to the stadium. No one saw her go. She spoke to the workers there and gave them some money. ‘Which room is the tiger in?’ she asked. They told her. ‘And which girl is going to be behind the other door?’ The workers did not want to answer. They were afraid. ‘I must know,’ said the King’s daughter. ‘Who is she?’ ‘She is the daughter of your father’s driver’, the workers answered

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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The King’s daughter knew her well: a young and beautiful girl with rich brown hair. But the King’s daughter did not like her. She began to think hard. ‘If my lover chooses the wrong door, he dies. But if he chooses the right door, he marries this cheap little thing, this driver’s child. And I lose him – to her! So I too must choose…’

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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That afternoon, the King called all his people back to the stadium again. His men brought the young man from the dark room. There he stood, in the middle of the stadium, tired, hungry and afraid. The King sat in his place above the people and his daughter sat next to him. She did not move. Her face showed nothing.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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Then the King stood and spoke to his people. ‘You all know this gardener, my friends. And you know why he is here. He was the lover of my daughter. For many weeks, I did not know that; but I know it now. What happens to a wrongdoer in our country? That too we know. He must choose: the lady or the tiger. If he opens the right door, he must marry the lady. So now choose, young man.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
by Frank Stockton
English Story In Urdu ! Hindi

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Choose very carefully if you want to live and not die.The young man stood quietly and listened to the King’s words. But his eyes were not on the King. They were on the face of the King’s daughter. She had no smile for him today. But he looked at her eyes. Her eyes told him something. She looked down quickly at her hand. Then she looked up again. He saw her smallest finger move a little to the left.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
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And immediately he knew: the door to open was the door on the left! He turned and walked very slowly to the left-hand door. All the people watched him, without a sound. He put out his hand and opened the door…But here the story ends. Remember that the King’s daughter was a clever young woman. She was in love but she was angry too.

The Lady, or the Tiger?
by Frank Stockton
English Story In Urdu ! Hindi

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Did she want her lover to meet the tiger – a fight that he must lose? Did she want him to die?Or did she want him to live and have another beautiful woman for his wife? To give him this other woman, in place of her? We do not know what ideas were at work inside her beautiful head.Tell me, what do you think? Which did she choose? What was behind that door: the lady or the tiger? The END

The Lady, or the Tiger? (Old version)
by Frank Stockton
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English Story In Urdu ! Hindi

Long ago, in the very olden time, there lived a powerful king. Some of his ideas were progressive.(Taraqqi Yafta) But others caused people to suffer.(Aziyat Jhelna/takeef) One of the king’s ideas was a public arena as an agent of poetic justice.(insaaf karna/jo dosro ka saath bura karey usey saza di jaye) Crime (jurm)was punished,

or innocence( be gunnahi) was decided, by the result of chance.(qismat) When a person was accused of a crime, his future would be judged in the public arena.All the people would gather in this building. The king sat high up on his ceremonial chair. He gave a sign. A door under him opened. The accused person stepped out into the arena.

Directly opposite the king were two doors.They were side by side, exactly alike. The person on trial(azmaish) had to walk directly to these doors and open one of them. He could open whichever door he pleased.If the accused man opened one door, out came a hungry tiger, the fiercest(shakts /taiz/khaternak) in the land. The tiger immediately jumped on him and tore him to pieces as punishment for his guilt. (kasoor)The case of the suspect was thus (es tarha)decided.Iron bells rang sadly. Great cries went up from the paid mourners.(udass hona marney waley k liye) And the people, with heads hanging low ( sar latkey hue ho gai) and sad hearts, slowly made their way home.

They mourned greatly that one so young and fair, or so old and respected, should have died this way.But, if the accused opened the other door, there came forth from it a woman, chosen especially for the person. To this lady he was immediately married, in honor of his innocence.It was not a problem that he might already have a wife and family,

or that he might have chosen to marry another woman. The king permitted nothing to interfere with his great method of punishment and reward.
Another door opened under the king, and a clergyman,(Paadri) singers, dancers and musicians joined the man and the lady. The marriage ceremony was quickly completed.

Then the bells made cheerful noises. The people shouted happily. And the innocent man led the new wife to his home, following children who threw flowers on their path.This was the king’s method of carrying out justice. Its fairness appeared perfect. The accused person could not know which door was hiding the lady.

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He opened either as he pleased, without having knowing whether, in the next minute, he was to be killed or married.Sometimes the fierce animal came out of one door. Sometimes it came out of the other. This method was a popular one. When the people gathered together on one of the great trial days, they never knew whether they would see a bloody killing or a happy ending.

So everyone was always interested. And the thinking part of the community would bring no charge of unfairness against this plan. Did not the accused person have the whole matter in his own hands?
The king had a beautiful daughter who was like him in many ways. He loved her above all humanity.

The princess secretly loved a young man who was the best-looking and bravest in the land. But he was a commoner, not part of an important family.One day, the king discovered the relationship between his daughter and the young man. The man was immediately put in prison. A day was set for his trial in the king’s public arena

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This, of course, was an especially important event. Never before had a common subject been brave enough to love the daughter of the king.The king knew that the young man would be punished, even if he opened the right door. And the king would take pleasure in watching the series of events, which would judge whether or not the man had done wrong in loving the princess.

The day of the trial arrived. From far and near the people gathered in the arena and outside its walls. The king and his advisers were in their places, opposite the two doors. All was ready. The sign was given. The door under the king opened and the lover of the princess entered the arena.Tall, beautiful and fair, his appearance was met with a sound of approval and tension

The day of the trial arrived. From far and near the people gathered in the arena and outside its walls. The king and his advisers were in their places, opposite the two doors. All was ready. The sign was given. The door under the king opened and the lover of the princess entered the arena.Tall, beautiful and fair, his appearance was met with a sound of approval and tension

Half the people had not known so perfect a young man lived among them. No wonder the princess loved him! What a terrible thing for him to be there! As the young man entered the public arena, he turned to bend to the king. But he did not at all think of the great ruler. The young man’s eyes instead were fixed on the princess, who sat to the right of her father.

From the day it was decided that the sentence of her lover should be decided in the arena, she had thought of nothing but this event.The princess had more power, influence and force of character than anyone who had ever before been interested in such a case. She had done what no other person had done.She had possessed herself of the secret of the doors

She knew behind which door stood the tiger, and behind which waited the lady. Gold, and the power of a woman’s will, had brought the secret to the princess. She also knew who the lady was. The lady was one of the loveliest(dil kash) in the kingdom. Now and then the princess had seen her looking at and talking to the young man.

The princess hated the woman behind that silent door. She hated her with all the intensity (shiddat) of the blood passed to her through long lines of cruel ancestors.(Abao Ajdad) Her lover turned to look at the princess. His eye met hers as she sat there, paler (Zard) and whiter(safaid) than anyone in the large ocean of tense faces around her

He saw that she knew behind which door waited the tiger, and behind which stood the lady. He had expected her to know it. The only hope for the young man was based on the success of the princess in discovering this mystery. When he looked at her, he saw that she had been successful, as he knew she would succeed

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Then his quick and tense look asked the question: “Which?” It was as clear to her as if he shouted it from where he stood. There was not time to be lost. The princess raised her hand, and made a short, quick movement toward the right. No one but her lover saw it. Every eye but his was fixed on the man in the arena

He turned, and with a firm and quick step he walked across the empty space. Every heart stopped beating. Every breath was held. Every eye was fixed upon that man. He went to the door on the right and opened it.
Now, the point of the story is this: Did the tiger come out of that door, or did the lady? The END

An Elephant Funny Story ~ Learn English Through Story

An Elephant Funny Story of the week ~ Learn English Through Story

There was an elephant. There was not a lion. There was not a tiger, there was an elephant,

the elephant lived in France, the elephant did not live in Japan, the elephant did not live in Russia. 

he lived in France. the elephant’s name was John. his name was not Mary, Emily or Robert. his name was john

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was there a lion?

No, there was not a lion.

was there a tiger?

no, there was not a tiger.

was there an elephant?

yes, there was an elephant.

did the elephant live in Japan?

No, the elephant did not live in Japan.

did the elephant live in Pakistan?

No, the elephant did not live in Pakistan.

 

did the elephant live in France?

Yes, the elephant lived in France.

 

was there a man?

No, there was not a man.

 

was there a lion?

No, there was not a lion.

 

was there an elephant?

Yes there was an elephant.

 

What was there?

there was an elephant.

 

what was the elephant’s name?

the elephant’s name was john.

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did the elephant live in France?

Yes. the elephant lived in France.

 

was the elephant’s name Emily?

No, the elephant’s name was not Emily.

 

was the elephant’s name Tariq?

No, the elephant’s name was not Tariq.

 

was the elephant’s name Robert?

No, the elephant’s name was not Robert.

 

was the elephant’s name Sara?

No, the elephant’s name was not Sara.

 

was the elephant’s name Muna?

No, the elephant’s name was not Muna.

 

was the elephant’s name John?

Yes, the elephant’s name was john.

 

where did the elephant live?

the elephant lived in France.

 

Did the elephant live in India?

No, the elephant did not live in  India.

 

There was an elephant. 

The elephant’s name was John

The elephant lived in France

 

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Islamic Short English Story In Urdu & Hindi ~ Learn English Through Urdu

There was once a lady who always said Bismillahirrahmanirrahim (In the name of Allah, the beneficent the merciful) before she did anything

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She knew that Allah would then always be with her. One day, she put her ring in the cupboard and as usual, she said Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

(In the name of Allah the beneficent the merciful) before she put it away. She knew that it would be safe.Her husband took the ring and threw it in the river.

He wanted to prove to her that only saying Bismillahirrahmanirrahim (In the name of Allah, the beneficent the merciful) would not keep it safe..

 

He thought that in the evening he would ask her where the ring was and it would not be there.

Later that morning, the lady went to the market to buy some fish. When she was cleaning the fish at home she found her ring inside the stomach of the fish.

She wondered how it got there but then put it back in its place in the cupboard saying Bismillahirrahmanirrahim (In the name of Allah, the beneficent the merciful)

When her husband came back from work, he asked her where the ring was. She brought it from the cupboard. He was so surprised!.

He told her what he had done and apologized to her. He also truly believed that Allah is with the person who says Bismillahirrahmanirrahim (In the name of Allah, the beneficent the merciful) before he/she does anything.

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Inspirational Short Story ‘The doll’ By Gallico Paul

Inspirational Short Story ‘The doll’ By Gallico Paul

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I remembered Jims description of the woman who made her. How could a woman like that make a beautiful doll? My name is Stephen Amony and I am a doctor. I live and work in London, and I have a house by the river Thames. Everything in this story happened because of a doll. It is a strange story, but true
It began on an October day three years ago… I can remember it clearly. The early morning sun was shining on the river when I left my house. I went to buy a copy of The Times, as usual. There was a flower shop on the corner of the road where I lived. I could see the brightly-colored flowers as I reached the corner. I turned into Abbey Lane and continued walking. I was enjoying the warm October sun.

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After a few minutes, I arrived at the newspaper shop. Suddenly, I remembered that it was a niece’s birthday the next week. So I stopped and looked in the shop window. There were games and toys, paper and pens, books and sweets in the window. ‘Most of it has been in that window for years,’ I thought to myself. I almost decided that there was nothing in the window for my niece. Then I saw a doll.

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She was half-hidden in the corner of the window. She was made of cloth and she had a painted face. The face was special. It had a lovely gentle look, but sad eyes. Suddenly I felt sorry for her, sitting in that crowded window. I know that this sounds strange. But I decided to go inside and to look at her more closely. The shop was owned by a man named Jim Carter.

 

Do you want The Times, as usual?”Yes, please, Jim,’ I replied. ‘And I need a present for a little girl. It’s her birthday next week.’ ‘Is it?’ said Jim. ‘Yes,’ I said. ‘I was looking at that cloth doll in your window.’ ‘Oh?’ said Jim. ‘The one that’s half-hidden in the corner,’ I said.Jim looked surprised. ‘That doll?’ he said. ‘She’s a little unusual.’ ‘Can I see her?’ I said.

‘She’s also very expensive,’ he said. He took the doll from the window and gave her to me – and I nearly dropped her in surprise. She was beautifully made – she seemed almost alive! Her dress and other clothes were hand-made, not made by a machine. And her face was hand- painted – I could see it clearly now. ‘She’s lovely!’ I thought. ‘She was made with a lot of love.’ I could see this love in the doll’s face.

I put her down gently. ‘How much do you want for her, Jim?’ I asked. ‘Twelve pounds, Doctor Amony,’ he answered. He saw the surprise in my face and continued, ‘She’s expensive. I did say that, didn’t I?’ ‘You did,’ I agreed. ‘Dolls like this cost as much as twenty pounds in the center of London,’ said Jim. ‘But I’ll tell you what I’ll do, doctor. I’ll sell her to you for eleven pounds.’

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‘Who makes them?’ I asked. ‘I’d like to know something about the person who can make beautiful dolls like this.’ ‘The woman has lived in Hardley Street for some years now,’ said Jim. ‘She sometimes comes into my shop and she brings me the dolls.’ ‘What’s her name?’ I asked. ‘I’m not sure,’ Jim answered. ‘It’s something like “Callamy”.’ ‘What’s she like?’ I said.

‘She’s a tall woman with red hair, and she wears very expensive coats and hats,’ replied Jim. ‘But she’s got a very serious face. She never says very much when she comes into the shop. I’m honestly always glad when she leaves.’ He stopped for a minute and then said, ‘And I’ve never seen her smile.’ I couldn’t understand this. How could a woman like that make dolls as beautiful as these?

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‘I’ll buy the doll,’ I said at last. Eleven pounds seemed a lot of money for a doll. As I counted out the pound notes, I felt a little silly. Yes, the doll was a present. But I knew the real reason for buying her – I didn’t want to leave her in that shop window. I took the doll home and put her in my small bedroom. She seemed to fill the room with her loveliness. I carefully put her into a box. Then I covered the box with brown paper. Later, in the afternoon,

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I went to the post office and posted it to my niece In the following days, I could not stop thinking about the doll, or about the gentle face and the sad eyes. I remembered Jim’s description of the woman who made her. How could a woman like that make a beautiful doll? It was difficult to believe. So who was she? I wanted to know, but the weather got cold and wet. Children in the area became ill, and I was suddenly very busy.

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I soon forgot about the woman – and the doll. One day, a few weeks later, my telephone rang. A woman’s voice said, ‘Is that Doctor Amony?’ ‘Yes, it is,’ I said. ‘Do you visit people who can pay for your visit?’ the woman asked. ‘Yes, sometimes,’ I replied. ‘How much does it cost?’ she asked. The voice sounded unpleasant. The woman seemed to think that money was more important than the sick person. A visit will cost five pounds,’ I replied. ‘Oh,’ she said.

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‘But if you really can’t pay, then I don’t ask for the money,’ I said. ‘That’s all right,’ she said. ‘I can pay five pounds.’ ‘What’s your name?’ I asked. ‘Rose Callamit,’ she answered. ‘I live in the house next to the cake shop in Hardley Street. My rooms are on the second floor.’ ‘I’ll be there soon,’ I told her. I arrived at the house next to the cake shop in Hardley Street ten minutes later, and went up the stairs. They were narrow,(Tang) dirty, and badly lit.

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As I reached the top of the stairs, a door opened.’Doctor Amony?’ said the unpleasant voice. ‘Yes,’ I said. ‘Please come in,’ she said. ‘I’m Rose Callamit.’ She was a tall woman, between forty-five and fifty years old. She had red hair, dark eyes and a bright shiny-red mouth. We went into the front room. It was a cold, ugly room, and the furniture was cheap and badly made. On the cupboard in the corner were a lot of small glass bottles.

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Then I saw the dolls. They were hanging from the walls and were thrown carelessly across the bed. Each doll was different, but each one was as beautiful as my doll. It seemed impossible that this rough, unpleasant woman could make them. Rose Callamit looked closely at me. ‘You’re a very young doctor,’ she said. ‘I’m older than I look,’ I said coldly. ‘You think that I’m too young. Shall I go away again?’

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She laughed at me. ‘You don’t need to be angry, doctor!’ she said. ‘You’re very good-looking for a doctor.’ ‘And I’m a very busy doctor,’ I said. ‘Are you the person who’s ill?’ ‘No, it’s my niece,’ she replied. ‘She’s in the back room. I’ll take you to her.’ Before we went in, I had to know about the dolls. ‘Do you make these dolls?’ I asked. ‘Yes,’ she replied. ‘Why?’ I felt very sad. ‘I bought one for someone’s birthday,’ I said quietly.

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She laughed. ‘And I’m sure that you paid a lot of money for it,’ she said.She took me to a smaller room at the back and started to open the door. ‘Mary, it’s the doctor!’ she shouted. Then she pushed the door open wider to let me in. ‘Don’t be surprised when you see her, doctor,’ she said loudly. ‘Her left leg is twisted!’ The girl, Mary, was sitting in a chair by the window. She heard the woman’s words. A look of unhappiness crossed her pale face,

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and there was pain in her large dark eyes.I was angry at the red-haired woman. The words were unnecessary. She wanted to hurt the girl. Mary was not more than twenty-five years old. But I could see immediately that she was very ill. I looked again into those dark eyes. ‘Something inside her is dying,’ I thought. After that first visit I always remembered the sweetness in her sad face, her poor, thin body and her dry, unhealthy hair.

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But something filled me with happiness. Around her were three small tables and on them were all the necessary things to make the dolls! Brightly-coloured paints, and pieces of cloth of many different colours and shapes. I soon understood that her twisted leg was not the reason for her illness. I noticed the way that she sat. If I was right, I could make that leg straight. I was almost sure that I was right. ‘Can you walk, Mary?’ I asked after a minute.

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She looked at me, then looked away. ‘Yes,’ she answered, quietly. Please walk to me,’ I said, gently ‘Oh, don’t,’ she said. ‘Don’t ask me that.’ I didn’t want her to suffer. But I had to be sure that I was right. ‘I’m sorry, Mary,’ I said. ‘Please try and walk. It’s important.’ She got up from her chair very carefully and moved slowly towards me. I looked closely at her left leg. Yes, I was right! “That’s good,’ I said. I smiled at her. I wanted to show her that I was pleased.

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I held out my hands to help her. She looked up. Again, I saw the pain and hopelessness in her face. She seemed to be crying out silently to me for help. She lifted her hands towards mine – and then they fell back to her sides. ‘How long have you been like this, Mary?’ I asked. Rose Callamit answered for the girl. ‘Oh, Mary’s had that twisted leg for nearly ten years now,’ she said. ‘But I asked you to come for a different reason. She’s ill.

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I want to know what’s wrong with her.”Oh, yes, she’s ill,’ I thought. ‘Perhaps she’s dying. I knew that immediately.’ I wanted Rose Callamit to leave the room, but she didn’t. She laughed and said, ‘I’m staying here, Doctor Amony. You look at Mary. Then you can tell me what the problem is.’ When I finished my examination of Mary, I went with Rose into the front room. ‘It’s possible to make her leg straight,’ I said. ‘Did you know that? With help, she could walk in-‘

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‘Stop!’ she shouted loudly. I jumped. ‘That’s enough! You must never say anything about that to her. The best doctors cannot help her. No stupid young man is going to give her hope. If you ever do, you won’t come here again. I want to know what’s wrong with her. She can’t eat or sleep and she isn’t really working. Now, tell me. What did you learn from your examination of her?’ ‘I don’t know what’s wrong with her yet,’ I replied

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‘But something is slowly destroying her, I know that. I shall want to see her again, soon. I’m going to give her some medicine – it will make her feel stronger. Then I’ll call again in a few days.”Don’t say anything about making her leg straight,’ she said. ‘Do you understand? If you do, I’ll get another doctor.’ ‘All right,’ I said. I wanted to be able to visit Mary again, and I thought to myself, ‘Perhaps, when Mary’s feeling better, I can talk to her about her leg.’

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I was ready to leave. I picked up my bag. ‘These dolls,’ I said. ‘Yes?’ she said. ‘I thought that you made them,’ I said. ‘I do,’ she said, in her unpleasant way. ‘I draw them. Mary makes them. It stops her thinking about her leg. I don’t want her to think about the fact that she’ll never marry. She’ll never have children.’I walked out into the bright October sunshine. I knew that Rose Callamit was lying. I now knew the sweet person who made those special dolls.

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I was happy about this, but I was also worried about Mary. I had to discover what was wrong with her. I had to know before she died.

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‘Without Mary and the dolls, the money will end.’ But what was killing Mary? I still did not know. I discovered more about Mary during my next few visits. Her name was Mary Nolan. When she was fifteen years old, she was in a bad car crash. Her mother and father were killed and Mary was very badly hurt. The car crash was the reason for her twisted leg.

Rose Callamit offered to look after Mary. The law finally agreed because there was no other person to look after the young girl. Rose always thought that Mary s father was a rich man. Then she learned that there was only a small amount of money. After that she was unkind to Mary. She made her very unhappy. Mary was never able to forget her leg. Her aunt seemed to say: ‘No man will love you. You will never get married and have children. No man wants a wife with a twisted leg.’

The years passed, and Mary began to believe her aunt. She stayed with her. She did what her aunt wanted her to do. She could see no reason to leave her aunt. So she lived an unhappy life, without hope. Then Mary started to make the dolls.
Rose Callamit saw how lovely the dolls were. She soon realized that she could sell them for a lot of money. She was right. After she sold a few, she decided. Mary must work on them every day of the week, from morning until night.

Rose did not love Mary, but the girl produced hundreds of dolls over the years. Rose was happy to take the money for them. But now Mary was ill and Rose immediately said to herself, ‘Without Mary and the dolls, the money will end.’ But what was killing Mary? I still did not know. I could see that she was afraid of her aunt. But it wasn’t that. And I couldn’t ask Mary, because her aunt was always with us. Mary found it difficult to say anything to me with Rose in the room.
I did not tell Mary that perhaps I could make her leg straight. It was more important to discover why she didn’t want to continue living. I told Mary to stop working on the dolls, and I brought her some books and some chocolates. For ten days she seemed to get better. During my next visit, she smiled at me for the first time. ‘That’s better!’ I said. I was very pleased to see her happy face. ‘You must leave the dolls alone for another ten days. I don’t want you to work. I want you to rest, sleep and read. Then we’ll see.’

But I could see that Rose was unhappy at these words. When I called again, she was waiting for me in her room. ‘You don’t need to come anymore, Doctor Amony,’ she said, coldly. ‘But Mary must not-‘ I started to say. ‘Mary is much better now,’ she said quickly. ‘Goodbye, doctor.’ My eyes went to the box in the corner of the room. There were three new dolls lying on top of it. Their faces were as lovely as ever, but they had the look of death on them. Suddenly I was frightened for Mary.

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I knew that Rose Callamit was lying. I wanted to push this woman out of the way and crash through the door and see Mary. But I was a doctor. When doctors are told to leave, they have to go… I still did not know what Mary’s problem was. But I guessed that Rose was asking another doctor to call. So, sadly, I left. But I couldn’t forget Mary. I continued to worry about her in the days that followed. Not long after this, I became ill. It wasn’t much at first. But as the days passed it seemed to get worse.

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I visited a doctor friend.’I can find nothing wrong with your body,’ he said. ‘Perhaps you work too hard.’ But I knew that this wasn’t the reason. I continued to get worse. I didn’t want to eat and I lost weight. I began to look thin and pale. I felt tired, but I didn’t sleep well at night. I sometimes dreamed that I saw Mary. She was calling to me for help, while Rose Callamit was holding her in her ugly arms. I thought about Mary all the time. ‘I wasn’t able to help her,’ I thought.

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‘She wanted me to help her and I did nothing.’ One night I couldn’t sleep at all. I walked up and down my room, thinking about myself and my illness. It seemed that I was suffering from the same illness as Mary. Suddenly I knew what was wrong. I was in love with Mary Nolan! And because I couldn’t look after her, I felt ill and unhappy.’I know why Mary’s dying!’ I thought. ‘She’s dying because nobody loves her. Nobody in the world is giving her hope for the future.

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Her mother and father are dead. Her aunt only keeps her because she makes money from Mary’s dolls. Mary has no friends and she feels ugly because of her leg. Her life is empty – except for the dolls. ‘I have to see her! I have to speak to her for a few minutes, alone – or she’ll be lost to me forever!’ I thought about this all through the night, and the next morning I telephoned Jim Carter at his shop. ‘This is Doctor Amony, Jim,’ I said. ‘Will you help me?

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‘ ‘I’ll do what I can for you, doctor,’ Jim said. ‘You saved my son’s life last year, and I’ll never forget that. How can I help you?’ ‘Thanks, Jim,’ I said. ‘Do you remember Mrs. Rose Callamit, the doll woman?”Yes, of course,’ said Jim. ‘When she comes into your shop again, I want you to telephone me. Then have a long conversation with her,’ I said. ‘I need twenty minutes. All right?’ ‘All right,’ said Jim. ‘Good,’ I said. ‘Thanks, Jim. I’ll remember this for the rest of my life.’

I was worried about a telephone call while I was out. So each evening I put my head around the door of his shop. But he just shook his head. There was no news. Then one day, at five o’clock in the afternoon, the telephone rang. It was from Jim. He just said, ‘She’s here.’ I ran to the house where Mary lived. When I got there, I ran up the stairs. Luckily, the door was not locked, and I hurried through into Mary’s room. She looked so thin now, and very ill.

She still had the paints and pieces of cloth around her. I thought, ‘She wants to make one more doll before she dies. She looked up when I came into the room. Her eyes opened wide in surprise when she saw me. She thought that it was Rose. She said my name. But she didn’t call me ‘Doctor Amony’ – she called me ‘Stephen’. ‘Mary!’ I cried. ‘I’ve come to help you. I know what’s making you ill.’ ‘Does it matter now?’ she said, quietly.

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‘There’s still time, Mary,’ I said. ‘I know your secret. I know how I can make you well. But you must listen to me while I tell you.’ She just closed her eyes and said, quietly, ‘No. Don’t say anything, please. Leave me. I don’t want to know. The end is near now.’ I sat down and held her hand. ‘Mary, please listen to me,’ I said gently. ‘When children are growing up, they receive love from their family. Then, when they’re older, they can give that love to other people.

They give love, and at the same time, they receive kindness, happiness, and hope. Then they have more love than they can give. But you’ve given your love, Mary, and you’ve received nothing. Now you have no love that you can give.’ I was not sure that she could still hear me. But I wanted her to live so much. I had to continue. ‘It was your aunt,’ I said. ‘She took away all your hopes for love and happiness. And later,’ I continued, ‘she did a worse thing. She took away your children.’ I looked at Mary.

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‘Have I killed her?’ I thought. ‘The one person who loves her?’ Then I felt her small hand move in mine and her eyes slowly opened. She seemed almost glad to hear these words. This gave me hope. I talked gently. I tried very hard because I wanted her to understand. ‘Those dolls were your children, Mary,’ I said. ‘You thought that you couldn’t be a mother. So you made those beautiful dolls. Into each one, you put some of your love.

 

You made them gently and carefully, and you loved them like your own children. ‘Then your aunt took each one away and she gave you nothing. You continued to use all your love. People can die when they have no love left inside them, Mary.’ I finished speaking and she moved. She seemed to understand what I was saying. ‘But you won’t die, Mary,’ I cried, ‘because I love you! Do you hear me? I love you and I can’t live without you.’ ‘Love me?’ she said quietly. ‘But I have a twisted leg. How can you love me?’

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‘That doesn’t matter to me, Mary. I still love you,’ I said, gently. ‘But Rose lied to you. I can make your leg straight. In a year you’ll walk like every other girl.’ I saw tears of happiness in her eyes. She smiled and put her arms out to me. I took her up in my arms and she held me. I put my coat around her to keep her warm. Then I carried her across the room. Suddenly we heard the front door shut and the sound of running footsteps

Then Mary’s door crashed open as an angry Rose Callamit came into the room. Mary started to shake with fear. She hid her face in my neck. But Rose was too late. She could do nothing now, and she knew it. She did not speak a word when I walked past her. I held Mary close to me. I went out of her front door, down the stairs and into the street. Outside, the sun shone and the sky was blue. Children played happily and noisily in the street as I carried Mary home.

That was three years ago. As I write this, Mary is playing with our son. Our second child will arrive in a few weeks. Mary doesn’t make the dolls now. She doesn’t need to make them. But I silently thank the day when I first fell in love with the beautiful doll in Jim Carter’s shop window. –
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In love Marriage or Arranged Marriage Which Circumstances Make Them Separated

in love marriage or arranged marriage which circumstances make them separated

 

Never satisfaction 

We never satisfy whatever we have. We always want something new and we never think about our parents and culture 

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Aggressive nature  

We don’t have patience.we get angry when we think we sacrifice everything for love or Parents

 

We taunt each other we don’t want to talk at that time.. Husband thinks a wife should say sorry and wife thinks a husband should say sorry, we don’t forgive each other and it’s all about ego problem and in this situation, you think what do you have? And why? Why? Why did you sacrifice everything for the sake of love or for your parents?

 

Who told you to sacrifice everything for your love?

Did your parents tell you?

Did your lover tell you?

Did your family and friends tell you?

 

No dear it was your own decision because you are too young to think that you are right and you can enjoy your life 

If you anyone told you ‘don’t do this so you always said ‘be off’ or get lost because you thought you have a lot of experience and you can live happily forever  so let me tell you this is not a movie where you are hero and your lover is heroine coz this is a real-life and life is really tough. You have to survive and suffer a lot of pain   

 

Expectations from our beloved

 In love marriage, we have lots of expectations from our beloved 

We think after marriage we will go to the party, park, long drive, every week cinema, student biryani and in the last we will go to an ice cream shop where we eat ice cream.

We make our mind sometimes boys think like this and sometime girls think like this….

 

Students thinking

Time and promises   

In love marriage i think that time and promises become the reason of separation which both makes with each other before the wedding, in love marriage they know each other even they know every activity very well but members of the family plays a very important role  in separation because all family members are against them if not then mostly mother or father. They do not compromise at all with a girl and hit & taunt her when they get a chance.

 

Lifestyle is different 

 

In an arranged marriage, the most common reason of separation is when the boy or girl already love someone before his/her marriage and after marriage, he or she is not able to forget that person and other reason when parents joined them without their consent. The problem also created that time when their lifestyle is different to each other like education.. One is well educated and other is illiterate

 

Successful marriage

 Assalam o Alaikum sir, first of all, we will discuss what is a love marriage or arranged marriage secondly which circumstances make them separated. The lord started this relationship till creating human beings until the end of the world now we discuss what kind of marriage is successful. We can’t say love marriage is successful or an arranged marriage is successful. But successful marriage depends upon trust, respect, honesty and understanding whether it is love or arranged marriage. If both of them don’t find these things then this relationship will be spoiled. Sometimes mothers-in-law have a lot of expectations from the girl when she didn’t fulfil their wishes then they create problems for her 

Or the husband doesn’t care his wife she did not feel happy. She victim of illness and loneliness. In short, we can say that all the above things become the reason for separation  

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In love Marriage or Arranged Marriage Which Circumstances Make Them Separated

Trust, Respect honesty and Understanding

 

In my point of view

Love marriage or arranged marriages are the same 

I think love or arranged marriage both are the same because it depends on the husband and wife and also sometimes depend on a family  but the most important things are the following 

trust

respect

honesty 

understanding

if you get these things in your relationship then no need of anything in your precious life 

so people should think much more about before taking this step then decide because it makes the life of people and some people said that love marriage is better than arranged marriage but sometimes love marriage makes trouble for them, GOD knows better couple makes on the sky  

but the protection of their relationship in their own hands, therefore, people should think about this if you cannot protect then think again and should try to solve problems and if you can’t solve just leave on God

it’s last decision 

life is not a bed of roses, everyone has to face difficult problems,

everybody knows better what’s right and what’s wrong so I just want to say it.

 

love marriage is better so that they know easily each other

Short Urdu Story Written By Tariq

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Ajj maine app sub ka saath sub sey pyari lines shar karney ja raha ho jo maine khud likhi thi 

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Ajj sey 10 saal pehle likhi thi

Yeh shayari nehi hai yeh aik story hai jo sayad app ki ho

 

Kab sey intizar kar raha tha

Us ki  raho mein palkien bhecha k

 

Woh mila kuch es tarha 

Jaisey kio ajnabi tha

 

Jis insaan ki muhabbat mein 

Main KHUDA sey lar gaya tha

 

Jis bewafa insaan k liye 

Main apney RAB sey sikhwa karta tha

 

Main apney Allah ko chor kar 

Us insaan sey pyar ki bheegk mangta raha tha

Ro ro ka hath jhor kar

Aanso baha ka

Bus muhabbat ki iljita karta raha

 

Mera nadaan dil nadaani mein 

Apney RAB sey Shirk karta raha

Esliye na khuda mila na yar mila

Esliye taria na yaha ka raha na waha ka raha

 

Explanation

Dhekey aik baat yaad rakhey yeh lines galat andaaz mein mat lijiye ga 

 

Hum Allah sey maangtey hai sub kuch

Ya Allah esey da dai ya Allah usey da dai (yahni kio shaks)

Kabhi hum yeh nehi kahtey ka Allah humhey apni muhabbat da dai

Balkey hum us sey muhabbat apni magtey hai

Aur jab humhey woh shaks mil jata hai hum apney Allah ko bhool jatey hai

Aur jab woh shaks humhri zindagi sey chala jata hai

Humhey thokar mar kar chala jata hai hum Allah ko ilzam detey hai

Hum Allah sey sikhwa kartey hai

 

Sorry to say 

Us bewafa insaan ka liye apney Allah sey mat laro 

Apney RAB sey sikhwa shikayat na karoo

Aur hum Allah sey yeh kahney per majboor ho jatey hai

Allah humney konsi galati kar di ya konsa gunnah kar diya jis ki waja sey tuney humsey woh shaks cheen liya

 

Ager kio shaks app ney naraz ho jata ho app sey routh jata hai app sey baat nehi karta app ko chor deta hai app ka dil tor deta hai app ka saath bewafai karta hai  toh kiya app apney Allah sey laro gai

 

Hum maangtey kis sey Allah sey

Pyar sub sey ziyda kis sey karna chahye

Allah uskey nabi sey

Lekin Allah aur us ka nabi ko chor karo

Insaano ka pichey bhagtey hai

Hum Allah sey ziyda insaan ko foqiyat detay

Humhey jo cheaz chahye hoti hai humhey Allah sey magni chahye 

Lekin hum bando sey mangtey hai hum sochtey hai hum sochtey hai hum apni meethi baato sey sub kuch hasil kar ley gai hum Allah ko bhool jatey hai

 

Kia app sey Allah ney kaha tha es rastey per chalo

Muhabbat karo 

Wadey karo

Aik dosrey saath ghoomo phiro 

Beghair nikkah ka aik dosrey sey baat karo

Nehi balkey Allah ney toh en tamam baato sey mana kia hai

 

Na mehram sey baat kar gunnah hai lekin hum yeh baat nehi maaney gai kyo ka humhra es mein fiyda hai aur jis mein fiyda ho woh beshak islam mein galat ho lekin hum usey galat nehi maantey 

 

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Short Story ‘She Was Fat’ By Sawaira ~Top Story Of The Month

She Was Fat By Sawaira Sial, Multan ~Top Story Of The Month

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Kia… Kia…Kia I say open the door”, her sister knocked on her door, “What is the matter?”
There was a bang(kari zarb) on the door. Her father was trying to open the door and door shook(Hilana) viciously(gussay sey). The bolt(Kundii/chatkhani) of the door broke and flew in the air. It fell on the ground near her bed.

“Kia….” was all what her brother could utter(mou say kahna). All of them rushed into the room and near her bed. She was lying motionless on her bed. Her mother let out a scream and fainted.
Kia had beauty with brains. All her face cuts were just perfect. She had deep eyes and a smile to die for. She was not only blessed with a charming face but also a beautiful pure heart.

Unfortunately, not everyone chose to compliment her for her nature and beauty. Only a very few would do so. She would usually laugh when someone would give her a compliment her because most people chose to tease her for her weight she had put on naturally.She was a bit bulky (thori si moti) since very young age and for that she had heard enough taunts to shatter (chakhna chor) her to pieces.

The effect of their taunts and teasing on her young mind was such that she lost confidence, self-love and she was drenched(Tar Baa Tar Karna) badly in inferiority complex. (ahsas e kamtari)
She used to show that she ignored what everybody said but her lifestyle would reflect that the effects of the taunts were severe.

She was very conscious about her fashion statement. Her legs could not fit the tight fitted pants so she opted (intikhab karna)loose trousers. T-shirts would make her look even more fat so she chose to wear long shirts. Black was her favorite color because once she heard, “Black makes you look slim.” Her dressing made her look older than her age.

People were of the view that she never pays heed(tawaja Dena) to what others say and she herself wants to be like this. They were all just assumptions. Cardio(warzish) was her routine and skipping meals was common but all those fats they were somehow stubborn. Guess, they were more loyal to her than many of her so-called friends as they refused to leave her at any cost

As she grew up taller and older her beauty increased and so did her anxiety.(Tashweesh) She was pretty but fat and the fact that her whole family was in perfect shape and she was the odd(Be Jor/ajeeb) one out she felt like ugly duckling(Batakh Ka Chuza). Moreover, adding to her tensions they started advising her doctors and therapies.

Here if the reality is to be told she was just chubby(Gol Matol) and not that fat. It was people who called her fat. She was never like growing fats abnormally. Maybe she was just some lbs(hasna lekin sanjda hokay). more than the perfect weight for her age and height. The people called her fat because she was not like other girls who look like models with all their bones prominent from the skin.

From extensive workouts to praying in church, Katherine would just wish to get slim. She was getting slim but the process was just a bit slow. During her teenage days she fell in love with a guy. The guy was tall, muscular and they met in a convocation.(Ijtama) There they developed a strong bond (Jazbati Taluq) and the things got serious and they both were dying to marry each other.

Haisam was a great guy but was greatly under influence of the society who would maintain outer looks rather than cleaning the dirt of their hearts. He after sometime asked her to get slim. She started trying harder. The change was evident(waazey) and all her close friends could tell that. Haisam however refused to accept. One day he told her that he is going to talk to his mother. Her happiness knew no limits.

Days passed and one day he called her. He sounded less upset and angrier. “Can’t you just lose weight for once? Like for God’s sake!” She felt numb(Sun hona) that the conversation didn’t start from hi or how are you but with a rude order. Still she was used to it so she gathered herself and stopped herself from sounding offended and upset. “Look! I am trying.” “No, you are not. You can’t.”

“I want to and I am trying.” “Just see my sister. She has lost so much weight. Why? Because her husband wanted. My brother’s wife too changed herself for him. Can’t you do same for me?” “I can do anything for you but it’s not like that as you are assuming.” “You don’t want to be with me!” “I want to be. I am trying.” “Results?” “It will take some time for more evident results but I am losing weight.” “I can’t see that.”

“Haisam, you have not seen me and just in a month I have lost weight and I know I will but some time.” “I have already given you a month. Now listen to me I have talked to my mother. I showed your picture. My sister was there too. They said no. The only reason they gave was that you are fat. My mother is of the opinion that people will laugh at us for making a fat girl the part of family

people will laugh at us for making a fat girl the part of family
My sister said that they don’t want to become a joke in the society. I can not go against them. If you loved me you would have changed. Bye.” “If you would have loved me you would have accepted me the way I am.” Listening this he hung up.

The END

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Sleeping Beauty & her best friend Written By Tariq

Sleeping Beauty & Her Best Friend Written By Tariq~Story In English With Urdu! Hindi Translation

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sleeping beauty & her best friend

I saw her first time.
When she was grinning.
She was wearing hijab
her eyes were wet (it’s my thinking)

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She looked gorgeous
for me she was the most adorable girl in the world

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I thought she will become my friend, life Partner & Wife
I thought I don’t need
anyone except her

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I got her number
I texted her
“I want to be your friend”
No reply

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‘We can just be friends.’
‘Don’t get me wrong.’
I am not that type of boy
Please answer me

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firstly, she ignored me.she was angry.she texted me “don’t you have mother & sister”don’t text me again……..

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I texted her again ‘try to understand i just wanna talk to you.. how did you dare to text me again she replied

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I texted her again ‘i like you as a friend and i want to be just freind ..(i heard somewhere friendship is the first step of
Love)

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I Pray to Allah Please Allah Change her heart for me. i want to be her friend.. plz change her heart plz plz plz
Allah

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I kept texting her and Allah answered my prayers
she accepted my friendship
i cannot express my feeling

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i cannot tell you how much happy was i? we were in the same class we talked about studies, life problems, habit
like dislike etc

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We became best friends and
i was thinking to purpose her
but i was scared to lose her..
then One day she requsted me…

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first promise me you will keep my secret .. i promised, i will..AD i love salu and i cannot live without him.
i will die if he leaves me

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my eyes were freezing..I was in a state of shock…I was feeling heavy inside and wanted to cry loudly but tears were not falling from the eyes…i donno how did i come back home

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I had been fever for two days
When I Overcame Emotional Pain
i saw 30 message
she worried about me
i told her i was ill

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after few days we were talking about that guy i asked his name
she replied his name is salman
i knew him he was smart, good looking, but i hated him i didn’t like him and i was getting jealous

i told her he is not serious with you and he is not a good boy trust me. she replied A.D “i trust him, i don’t care he is good or bad”
i will only marry him and Inshallah nobody will stop me

i had no choice i told her “i don’t agree with you.. i am sure he will leave you and i am not your friend from now you have to choose between your friend or boyfriend..” why are you doing this A.D

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She was crying and she said ‘You are my best friend you know how much do i love you’
i said but you don’t love me more than your boyfriend and dont tell a lie i am your friend’

if you are my friend then leave salman and if you are not my friend leave me alone forever
she said ‘You are not my A.D because my a.d is not selfish’

this is our last meeting we will not meet again goodbye forever ‘maha’ I said
i got hurt coz she chose her boyfriend. i blocked her number, deleted her email address

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I didn’t want to live in karachi anymore i went to lahore for job
i got busy myself i didn’t want to remember her i broke my friendship because she couldn’t be mine

i forgot my family and friends
i made myself machine… one day
i saw a dream she was calling me
A.D Where are you , i am missing
you please come back i am dying

i got up and pray for her
ALLAH please make her happy…
i wanna see her happy… i ignored my dreams…
two years Later

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I came back to karachi to attend my sister’s engagement
I met my classmates
gulab khan were talking about our
class fellows suddenly he asked me

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Do you remember the most beautiful girl in our class
No, i don’t remember (I told a lie)
i am talking about ‘maha’
abdullah, she’s gone mad

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what do you mean? i said
she’s completely insane
Are you in your senses? i shouted
what’s wrong with you abdullah’ he said..i tried to control my emotion

how did it happen?
She loved someone he betrayed her…when i saw her she was screaming… she did not recognize her parents..

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her parents asking me about her friends but i never saw her with anyone.. he has been suffering for one year… are you listening to me? yes, i am…

I went to the hospital i saw her today her eyes were sad and she was talking to herself…..when i closed to her.. she saw me just like a stranger. she did not recognize me

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i heard her voice she was telling “ABDULLAH you were only my friend.. where are you… i told salman
you are just angry you will come back soon i am missing my friend

salman he was just my friend
i love him like a friend
i love you salman
don’t gooooooooooooo
she was screaming and shouted

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i went back to home i cannot see her like this…next day i met salman and i punch on his face and said what did you do to my friend….i will kill you i will kill
you

i thought she will be happy with you i left her because she loved you..i was crying and saying how did you do this to her.. she was very innocent girl… she loved you salman

Maha did not love me A.D.. she was always talking about you all the time.. how could i tolerate this. a.d like this… a.d like that. you were everything for her….

she always told me ‘a.d will come soon and i will give feast…’ she left me because of you A.d i hated you a.d’ salman said
whattttttttt i replied

yes that’s true one day she came to me and said ‘i am sorry i don’t love you’ i shocked and she left me without any reason then i heard she is gone mad

trust me i am telling the truth…
i went back to home and i was thinking about her… what was i missing… now i knew next day
i went to hospital i sat in front of her

maha why are you doing this…
she was screaming…………
i said stop doing this
you are fooling them…
you are hurting your parents

i know you are not mad
you are completely alright
i knew when i saw you
you are a good actor
why are you doing this? why?

how did you know that i am acting
i smiled then i said ‘i can tell you but if you tell me why are you doing this’ okay deal she said
did you remember when i came to see you in hospital I said

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you told ‘abdullah’ and maha you called me abdullah when you annoyed with me and you always called me ‘A.d’ and sorry to say
you are acting weird

now it is your turn…
what’s wrong with you…
why did you need to act like this
she looked into my eyes
i was acting because of you

You were only my friend..
you were my hero..
You were my first love
i believed in you. if everyone could leave me but you can’t

you did not tell me that you loved me… and that is your love.. you left me when i need you…
Everyday i waited for you…whenever i talked to
salman i missed you

i felt i am dying
i left salman because i was thinking about you all the day
i realised it was attraction not
love because i love my a.d

then my parents were searching someone for me… they are forcing me to get married and i started my acting i was sitting under the three then i took two
sleeping pills

i started screaming then i fainted and people were saying “jin ka saaya hai” and she is gone mad…
i did because i knew one day you will come and i will be your wife

we told the whole story to our parents first they were angry then they agree and we got married
maha is now my wife but we are still friends >>>>>>>>>>The End

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XII ACCOUNTING TEST MONTH OF JULY & AUGUST

XII ACCOUNTING TEST MONTH OF JULY & AUGUST

 

2nd year accounting test 27 july 2019

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Accounting Test Sir Tariq Aziz

Q1)The retained earnings account on M.M.S.K Company Ltd. showed a credit balance of Rs.420,000 on December 31, 2019. The expense and revenue summary for the year ending on that date showed a net income of Rs.570,000 which is transferred to retained earnings account. The company decided on December 31, 2019 as under:

(a) To declare a cash dividend of Rs.110,000 and stock dividend of Rs.90,000.

(b) To appropriate Rs.70,000 for plant expansion.

(c) To appropriate Rs.25,000 for contingencies.

(d) To establish reserve for building extension for Rs.90,000.

(e) Cash dividend paid through bank.

(f) 9,000 shares issued in settlement of stock dividend.

REQUIRED Give entries in General Journal to give effect to the above decisions.

Q2)The net income of Ahmed & Irfan. Ltd. for the year 2019 was Rs.990,000. The company declared a stock dividend of Rs.100,000 (at par) and appropriated Rs.75,000 for plant expansion.

REQUIRED Give entries in the General Journal 

Q3)The data were extracted from the balance sheet of Muzammil Company Limited on December 31, 2019:- 

Authorized Capital:

200,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.2,000,000

Issued and Paid-up Capital:

500,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.5,000,000

Retained earnings                                                    Rs.150,000

On December 31, 2019, the income summary of the company sowed net income of Rs.300,000.

At this date the company decided as under:-

(i) To declare cash dividend of 5%. And stock dividend of 8%

(ii) To appropriate Rs.100,000 for plant expansion.

(iii)To appropriate Rs.50,000 for contingencies.

(iv)To appropriate Rs.50,000 for debenture redemption.

(v) paid cash warrent and issued share for stuck dividend 

REQUIRED

(a) Give the entry in the General Journal of the company to transfer the net income to

retained earnings account. (b) Give entries in the General Journal to give effect to the above decision of the company.

Q4)Ordinary share capital: 60,000 shares of Rs.10 par value  Rs.600,000

July 16:  The board of directors of the company appropriated Rs.160,000 of retained

earnings for the plant expansion.

Dec. 12:        Declared a stock dividend of Rs.1.50 per share.

Dec. 31:        Closed the net of Rs.200,000 from income summary account to retained

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XII Accounting Test 03 August 2019

Sir Tariq Aziz

Q1)The beginning retained earnings of the Company Tariq Inc. is Rs 800000, the Company had net income of Rs 110000 and paid a dividend of Rs 60000 to the shareholders.

Required : entries and the Statement of Retained Earnings at the end

 

2)Mark’s Ping Pong Palace is a table tennis sports retail shop in downtown Santa Barbara that was incorporated this year with Mark’s initial stock purchase of $15,000. During the year, the company made a profit of $20,000 and Mark decided to take $15,000 dividend from the company.

Required : entries and the Statement of Retained Earnings at the end

 

Q3)The retained earnings account on M.M.S.K Company Ltd. showed a credit balance of Rs.880,000 on December 31, 2019. The expense and revenue summary for the year ending on that date showed a net income of Rs.770,000 which is transferred to retained earnings account. The company decided on December 31, 2019 as under:

(a) To declare a cash dividend of Rs.10,000 and stock dividend of Rs.80,000.

(b) To appropriate Rs.20,000 for plant expansion.

(c) To appropriate Rs.35,000 for contingencies.

(d) To establish reserve for building extension for Rs.70,000.

(e) Cash dividend paid through bank.

(f) 8000 shares issued in settlement of stock dividend.

REQUIRED Give entries and statement of retained earning 

 

04)The data were extracted from the balance sheet of Muzammil Company Limited on December 31, 2017:- 

Authorized Capital:

200,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.2000,000

Issued and Paid-up Capital:

700,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.7,000,000

Retained earnings                                                    Rs.250,000

On December 31, 2017, the income summary of the company sowed net income of Rs.400,000.

At this date the company decided as under:-

(i) To declare cash dividend of 2.5%. And stock dividend of 0.5

(ii) To appropriate Rs.200,000 for plant expansion.

(iii)To appropriate Rs.30,000 for contingencies.

(iv)To appropriate Rs.40,000 for debenture redemption.

(v) paid cash warrent full settlement  and issued share at rs 8 for stuck dividend 

REQUIRED

 

Muzammil Collegiate 

XII Accounting Test 17 August 2019

Sir Tariq Aziz

01)The data were extracted from the balance sheet of Muzammil Company Limited on December 31, 2018:- 

Authorized Capital:

100,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.1000,000

Issued and Paid-up Capital:

550,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.5,500,000

Retained earnings                                                    Rs.250,000

On December 31, 2018, the income summary of the company sowed net income of Rs.800,000.

At this date the company decided as under:-

(i) To declare cash dividend of 8.5%. And stock dividend of 5.7

(ii) To appropriate Rs.50,000 for plant expansion.

(iii)To appropriate Rs.60,000 for contingencies.

(iv)To appropriate Rs.70,000 for debenture redemption.

(v) paid cash warrent full settlement  and issued share for stuck dividend 

REQUIRED : Give entries, statement of retained earning & Balance sheet

  

Q2)The data were extracted from the balance sheet of Muzammil Company Limited on December 31, 2019:- 

Authorized Capital:

250,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.2,500,000

Issued and Paid-up Capital:

150,000 ordinary shares of Rs.10 each                  Rs.1,500,000

Retained earnings                                                    Rs.550,000

On December 31, 2019, the income summary of the company sowed net income of Rs.900,000.

At this date the company decided as under:-

(i) To declare cash dividend of 2.08%. And stock dividend of 7%

(ii) To appropriate Rs.10,000 for plant expansion.

(iii)To appropriate Rs.20,000 for contingencies.

(iv)To appropriate Rs.30,000 for debenture redemption.

(v) paid cash warrent and issued share for stuck dividend 

REQUIRED : Give entries, statement of retained earning & Balance sheet

Q3)The following balances appeared in the ledger of Aqeel Company Ltd. on December 31st, 2010:

500,000 Ordinary shares of Rs.10/- each               Rs.5,000,000/-

On this date, the company decided as under:

(i) To declare cash dividend at 15% on ordinary shares.

(ii) To declare stock dividend at 10% on ordinary shares.

(iii)To appropriate Rs.70,000/- for contingencies.

(iv)To appropriate Rs.10,000 for plant expansion.

(v)The company was informed by its banker that cash dividend was collected by 400,000

ordinary shareholders on December 31st, 2010.

REQUIRED : net income 200,000 and retained earning 01 jan 80,000 Give entries, statement of retained earning & Balance sheet

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XII Accounting Test 24 August 2019

Sir Tariq Aziz

 

Q1)Gul & Company Ltd. decide to appropriate Rs.40,000/- for the replacement of machinery. For

this purpose, the company sets aside Rs.40,000/- cash, and the amount is invested in

government securities. At the end of the year, the interest accrued was Rs.4,000/-.

REQUIRED Prepare General Journal entries to record the above transactions, 

Q2)Rafat Limited had a debit balance of Rs.35,000 in cash account and a credit balance of Rs.50,000

in retained earnings account. It appropriated Rs.20,000 for debenture redemption, and set

aside an equal amount of cash for this purpose.

REQUIRED

Prepare:

(i) General Journal entries for the creation of reserves and fund.

(ii) Partial balance sheet, reporting the relevant data.

 

Q3)Company purchased a machine on 1 January 2011 at a list price of Rs.600,000, subject to a trade

discount of 5% under the credit term 2/10, n/30. The payment was made within discount

period. The company incurred the following expenditures:

  •   Sales tax @ 5% on net cash price.          • Freight – in Rs.10,000.
  •   Import duty Rs.6,000.                  • Custom duty Rs.8,500.
  •   Insurance – in – transit Rs.13,970.         • Installation charges Rs.12,000.
  •   During installation a part of machine was damaged and was repaired at a cost of Rs.4,800.
  •   Test running cost Rs.3,000.              • Foundation charges Rs.10,000.
  •   Three year fire insurance policy Rs.90,000.  •

REQUIRED:a) Compute the cost of machine b).Classify the above payments into capital expenditures and revenue expenditures.

 

04)Asma Industries acquired a machine by making the following payments:

Net cash price Rs.116,000 including 16% sales tax; transportation Rs.5,000; insurance in transit

Rs.6,000; fire insurance for next two years Rs.6,000; installation charges Rs.15,000; charges to

repair the damage caused during installation Rs.3,000.

REQUIRED

  1. i) cost of machine & Classify the above payments into capital expenditures and revenue expenditures.

 

05)Ali Raza and Company purchased a machine at list price of Rs.250,000 with a trade discount of

10% and credit terms 2/10, n/30, sales tax was paid at 5% of net cash price. The company also

paid for the following (i) Freight – in Rs.2,475 (ii) Installation expenditure Rs.3,000 (iii) 2 year

fire insurance Rs.2,000 (iv) During installation machinery was damaged and repair cost paid

Rs.1,500.

REQUIRED

(a) Compute total cost of machine.

Best of luck Group A & B

 

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On Saturday, 31st October, 1964, a man arrived in the village. It was late in the evening. He was looking for somewhere to stay the night. He knocked at a door and a woman opened it. ‘Good evening, madam,’ the man said.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

‘I’m sorry it’s so late. But can you help me, please? Is there a hotel in this village? I want to stay here tonight. ‘ The woman laughed. ‘A hotel? Here in Woodend? No, sir, I’m afraid there isn’t. ‘ ‘What a pity,’ said the man.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

‘I’m a stranger here. And I want to see your village tomorrow. ‘ The stranger was very polite. He was tall and had dark hair. And he had strange green eyes. ‘Perhaps Mrs Harrison can help you,’ the woman said. ‘She has a room. Perhaps you can stay with her.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

Wait a minute. I’ll get my coat, and I’ll take you there. ‘ The woman took the stranger to Mrs Harrison’s house. Mrs Harrison gave him a room for the night. He was very glad. It was the last night of October and it was cold. The next day was Sunday.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

The man looked round the village. He was very interested in the history of the village. He met some of the villagers and asked them their names. But he did not visit the church. That was unusual. The church in Woodend was the most beautiful building in the village. But the stranger was not interested in it. He did not go to church that night with all the villagers.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

It was the first Sunday evening of November. When the villagers came out of the church, the man had gone. They had all liked him. The ladies had thought he was very goodlooking. A few weeks later, he came back.It was the first Sunday in December. The villagers were coming out of church. It was cold and dark.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

‘Hello he said. ‘I’m back again. It’s nice to see you all once more.’ His next words surprised ‘Perhaps you can help me,’ he said. ‘I’m looking for a house. I want to buy a house here. ‘ ‘Here? ‘ someone said. ‘But why here? There’s no work in Woodend for a young man. All the young people leave the village. They find work in Lidney, the nearest town.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

‘I’ll get a job somewhere,’ the stranger said. ‘Perhaps in Lidney. ‘Then one of the villagers told him about old Mr Smiths house. Mr Smith had died in the summer. His house was empty. It was for sale. The house was on the corner of Main Street and ‘I’ll ask about the house tomorrow,’ said the young man ‘Perhaps I’ll be lucky. Goodbye. The villagers watched him leave.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

They all saw his car. It was very big and luxurious. He A few days later, Mr Smith’s house was sold. And in the middle of December, the young stranger arrived. He moved into the house and worked very hard. He fixed the roof. He repaired broken windows.He painted and decorated. He changed the whole house. But there was a big surprise for the villagers.

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Chapter 1. A stranger in Woodend

On the morning of Monday, 21st December, they saw a big sign or the front of the house. And on the sign were these words: THE CORNER SHOP Proprietor: Dave Slatin

Chapter One End

 

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

A shop in Woodend! Everybody talked about it. There was once a shop in Woodend, but it had closed twenty years ago. Some people wanted the shop, but others did not. The villagers met in the evening in the village hall. Everybody was there. Everybody was interested in the new shop.
‘The Corner Shop is a good idea. Someone said

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

We need a village shop. We won’t need to go to Lidney
Then Mrs Harrison spoke. She liked the stranger, Dave Slatin. ‘I agree,’ she said. ‘A village shop is a good idea. Its too quiet here. Woodend needs a shop. ‘Nonsense,’ said Miss Brown. She was the village schoolteacher. ‘Lidney is not far away. Soon everybody was shouting. Then Mr Hart spoke. He was a very big man, with a loud ‘Listen, everybody! ‘ he shouted. ‘We’ve never had trouble in this village before. We’ve always been quiet and happy.

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

Now this shop is causing trouble. ‘ ‘Let Mr Slatin speak,’ someone said. ‘It’s his shop. Let him speak. ‘ ‘Ladies and gentlemen,’ said Dave Slatin. ‘I don’t want to cause any trouble. I’m still a stranger in your village. But I want to be one of you. I want to be your friend. I like the people of village. He smiled and a few people clapped. They liked him. ‘The Corner Shop will sell lots of things,’ he went on. ‘It will sell food and things for the house. Everything will be cheap, I promise! ‘ Everybody was listening carefully.

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

‘And I have another idea,’ he continued. ‘I’ll sell village products. ‘What do you mean by “Village products”? ‘ asked Miss Brown. ‘I’ll tell you, Miss Brown,’ he said. ‘I know that you make beautiful bread and cakes. ‘ Miss Brown smiled. Yes, she did make bread and cakes. Everyone knew that. ‘And you, Mr Hart, I’ve seen your flowers. You grow beautiful flowers. ‘ Now Mr Hart smiled.

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

Yes, his flowers were beautiful. Everyone knew about them. ‘And Mr Everett makes pots,’ someone said. ‘And Mrs Davies makes dolls,’ said another voice. ‘And I do paintings of the village,’ said old Miss Lucy Gray. ‘Yes,’ said Dave. ‘You can all do something. You villagers are clever. You make lots of things. We can sell them to the tourists. In the summer, Woodend can make a lot of money! ‘

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

‘But what about the money? ‘ said Mr Hart. ‘How will you pay us? ‘ ‘That’s a good question,’ said Dave. ‘And here’s the answer. You’ll bring your things to me and I’ll sell them for you. I’ll keep some of the profit. You’ll have the rest. ‘ ‘What a good idea! ‘ said Miss Brown. All the villagers agreed. Everyone in the village was happy with Dave Slatin’s plan.

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Chapter 02 The Village Meeting

The Corner Shop opened on Monday, 4th January, 1965. Soon the shop was busy and The new assistant in The Corner Shop was Anna. She started work in late January.

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Chapter 03 The Corner Shop

Dave Slatin kept his promises. Things at the shop were good and cheap. ‘How does he do it? ‘ asked Mrs Harrison. ‘Its winter, but he’s selling lots of fruit and vegetables. And they’re cheap. I never go to Lidney now. ‘ The other villagers agreed. The Corner Shop was a success and Dave seemed happy. He paid Anna good wages.

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Chapter 03 The Corner Shop

Sometimes her friend, Peter, helped at the shop and Dave gave him money Dave advertised in newspapers and the village products sold well. People from Lidney came to The Corner Shop. There were lots of visitors and Woodend became more interesting. The villagers were surprised, but pleased. They were making a lot of money. Dave lived alone, in a flat above the shop. He was very popular in the village, but no one ever went to his flat.

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Chapter 03 The Corner Shop

No one ever saw inside it. At the bottom of the stairs there were two doors. One led into the stockroom. The other door had a notice on it: SPECIAL ORDERS ONLY: KEEP OUT The door was always locked. Anna never went into the Special Orders room. ‘Why do you lock that room, Dave?’ Anna asked one day, ‘What’s in there? ‘ ‘It’s for special orders,’ he replied.

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Chapter 03 The Corner Shop

‘It’s for special orders,’ he replied. ‘Big orders. ‘ ‘But you won’t get any big orders in Woodend,’ said Anna. Dave said nothing..
He did not want to talk about that room.

 

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

For three months, everything was normal. Then, one day in April, an unusual customer came into the shop. The new customer was a very beautiful woman. She was wearing expensive clothes and arrived in a large car. ‘Is this The Corner Shop? ‘ the woman asked. She looked round and seemed a little surprised
‘Yes,’ replied Anna. This is The Comer Shop. It’s the only shop in the village.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

‘I’m looking for Mr Slatin, the owner of the shop,’ said the woman. ‘I think he’s upstairs,’ said Anna. ‘I’ll go and get him. Does he know your name? ‘ ‘Yes, I think so,’ was the reply. Tell him…’ The woman stopped. Tell him Miss Gordon is here. Miss Greta Gordon. ‘ Anna was amazed. ‘Are you Greta Gordon, the film star? ‘ The woman smiled, but she was nervous. ‘Wait a minute,’ said Anna.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

‘I’ll tell Mr Slatin that you’re here. ‘ Anna ran to the bottom of the stairs and called ‘Dave! Dave! There’s someone to see you! ‘ ‘Who is it? ‘ asked Dave from upstairs. ‘Miss Greta Gordon! ‘ shouted Anna. ‘It’s Greta Gordon! The film star! ‘ ‘I’m coming! ‘ he said, and he came down immediately. ‘I’m pleased to meet you, Miss Gordon,’ he said. ‘Good morning,’ said Greta Gordon.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

She and Dave shook hands. She had beautiful hands and she was wearing beautiful diamond rings! Anna had never seen so many diamonds before. Miss Gordon looked round. ‘Is this where you work, Mr Slatin?’ she asked. Once again, ‘Yes,’ said Dave. ‘It’s a small place, but it’s big enough for me. Please follow me, Miss Anna was surprised. Dave and Greta Gordon did not know each other. He did not call her ‘Greta’, and she did not call him ‘Dave’. He seemed to be in a hurry, and she seemed to be frightened. Anna watched them.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

Dave and Greta Gordon went to the back of the shop and into Special Order room. Greta Gordon was a Special order customer! Anna thought that was very strange. She wanted to tell someone about Greta Gordon. Anna loved films. She wanted to tell Peter about the film star. But she had to stay in the shop. Ten minutes later, Greta Gordon came out of the Special Orders room. Dave went straight upstairs and Greta Gordon came to the front of the shop. The film star looked terrible! She was pale. She was crying. Her eyes were red with tears. ‘What’s wrong? ‘ asked Anna. ‘Can I help you, Miss Gordon? ‘ ‘No, thanks.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

I’m all right,’ said Greta Gordon. ‘Do you want to sit down? ‘ said Anna. She got a chair and the film star sat down. ‘Shall I get the doctor? ‘ said Anna. ‘No! No!’ said Greta. ‘Please tell no one about my visit here. Please tell no one. ‘ Anna was disappointed. She wanted to tell everyone about Greta Gordon. She wanted to tell everyone about her famous customer
‘I want to give you something,’ said Greta Gordon.’Here’s a photograph of me. I’ll sign it. ‘ She signed the photograph and gave it to Anna. ‘Please keep this,’ said Greta. ‘And please keep our secret. Please don’t tell anyone. ‘ The film star kissed Anna.

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Chapter 04 A Beautiful Customer

The film star kissed Anna. She held Anna’s hands. What a beautiful woman, thought Anna. And what beautiful hands! Then Anna noticed something. The diamond rings were gone.

 

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Chapter 05 A Page in ‘Film News’

Dave never talked about Greta Gordon. He never talked about her visit to The Corner Shop. One day, Anna asked him about the film star. ‘How do you know Greta Gordon? ‘ said Anna. ‘Is she a friend of yours? ‘ ‘I don’t want to talk about her,’ Dave replied. ‘She was a Special Order customer. Don’t ask So Anna did not ask any more questions. She did not ask about Greta Gordon’s Special Order and she did not ask about the rings.

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Chapter 05 A Page in ‘Film News’

Anna kept her promise. She never told anyone about the Soon it was spring. Anna and Dave were busy. Mr Hart brought lots of flowers to The Corner Shop and Anna sold them to the tourists. There were lots of tourists that year. In May, Peter asked Anna to marry him. She said yes. They became engaged. They planned to get married in the following year. Now they needed money, so they worked hard and On Saturdays, Peter played football or cricket, and Anna often went to the cinema in Lidney.

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Chapter 05 A Page in ‘Film News’

He enjoyed sports and she loved watching films. One day, Anna was reading the film news. This was the magazine about film stars. She turned the pages. There was a picture of Greta Gordon! “Greta Gordon will star in ‘beautiful woman’
The star of Beautiful Woman was Joanna Leigh. But Miss Leigh has broken her arm. ‘I don’t know what happened,’ said Miss Leigh. ‘I was in my bedroom. I slipped and fell. ‘ Greta Gordon will now be the star of Beautiful Woman. ‘I’m so lucky,’ Greta told us yesterday. ‘I’ve always wanted the part. I can’t believe it. ‘

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Chapter 05 A Page in ‘Film News’

Anna was pleased What a surprise! Beautiful Woman was going to be a big film. And Anna wanted to tell Peter about Greta, but she kept her promise. She did not tell anyone. But she did show Film News to Dave Slatin. ‘Look, Dave,’ she said. ‘Here’s a story about Greta Gordon’ Isn’t it great! She’s got the big Part in “Beautiful Woman” Dave looked at the magazine ‘I don’t know anything about films,

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Chapter 05 A Page in ‘Film News’

‘ he said. ‘Is Greta Gordon a big star? ‘ Anna laughed. ‘Big star? Yes, she is! She’s terrific! ‘ Dave did not seem interested. ‘I hope she’s happy with her big part,’ was all he said.

 

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Chapter 06 ‘A Quick Kiss’

Summer tourists were arriving in Woodend. The weather was beautiful and the shop was doing well But Anna was not very happy. She often thought about Greta Gordon’s visit. Why had she come to see Dave? What had happened to the diamond rings on her fingers? There was another problem. Anna loved Peter and she was going to marry him. But she liked Dave too. Dave was older, but she liked him. All the women liked him. But Anna was very close to him all day.

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Chapter 06 ‘A Quick Kiss’

In the daytime, Anna was with Dave. In the evening, she was with Peter. Anna was living two lives. One life was with Dave, the other life with Peter. Then one Friday, Dave surprised Anna. ‘What are you doing tomorrow? ‘ he asked her. ‘Would you like to spend the day with me? We can go anywhere you like. We can go in my car. ‘ ‘I’m sorry, Dave,’ said Anna. ‘But Peter wouldn’t like it! ”Don’t be silly,’ said Dave.

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Chapter 06 ‘A Quick Kiss’

‘We won’t go far! I’ll close the shop at lunchtime and we can go Anna wanted to go with Dave, but she was worried about Peter. ‘Don’t worry about Peter,’ said Dave. ‘He’s always busy on Saturday. ‘ Anna thought for a moment. ‘All right,’ she said. ‘You take me to the best cinema and to ‘Of course! ‘ laughed Dave. ‘Anything you want, Anna! ‘ So the next afternoon Dave and Anna went together to Lidney. They had a good time. Dave bought Anna a new, expensive dress.

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Chapter 06 ‘A Quick Kiss’

Then they went to a cinema and, afterwards, to a restaurant Peter played cricket that Saturday. He never knew about Anna’s day with Dave. He was playing in another village and returned to Woodend very late. Dave and Anna were also very late. Dave stopped his car near The Corner Shop.The night was warm Thanks, Dave,’ said Anna. ‘It was a lovely day. ‘ ‘I enjoyed it too,’ said Dave.He put his arm round her shoulders and kissed her. It was a quick kiss. But for Anna, it was wonderful.

 

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

The summer passed. The Corner Shop was always busy. Sometimes, Dave opened the shop on Sundays too. Anna earned a lot of money. Everyone thought that she was happy. But life was difficult for her. She liked Dave. He was her boss, and he was older than her. But Peter was her fiancé, and he was about the same age. Dave was quite rich, but Peter had no money. Dave bought Anna clothes, and he took her out. Peter did not buy her clothes and never took her anywhere.

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

He was more interested in football. Anna did not like football. Now it was September. Peter played football every Saturday. One Saturday, there was a big football match on television. Mr Hart had the biggest television in the village and he invited some people to his house. He invited Peter and Anna. On Friday, the day before the match, Anna was working in the shop all day. At five o’clock, she locked the shop door. Two minutes later, the bell rang and Anna went to the door. There was a young man outside.

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

He was carrying a small case. ‘Hello,’ she said. ‘Can I help you? ‘ ‘I hope so,’ said the young man. ‘I want to see Mr Slatin. ‘ ‘I’m afraid that the shop is closed now,’ said Anna. ‘We are open tomorrow morning. ‘ ‘But I’ve got an appointment,’ said the young man. Then Dave spoke behind Anna. She had not seen him. ‘Yes, I’ve been waiting for you,’ said Dave. ‘You’re late. ‘ ‘I’m very sorry Mr Slatin, said the young man. ‘I was…’ ‘Never mind.Never mind’ said Dave rudely.

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

His rudeness surprised Anna.The young man seemed afraid. ‘But can you see me now? ‘ he asked. ‘Anna, it’s after five o’clock. You can go home now. ‘ Dave was angry. ‘Hurry up and go home,’ he said. But Anna wanted to stay. She wanted to know about the young man. The young man followed Dave to the back of the shop and into the Special Orders room. Another Special Order!

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

Another Special Customer! Anna waited. But soon it was half past five. Anna put her coat on and left the shop. She closed the door very loudly.Then she went round the corner, and waited. Soon, there was a noise. The young man was leaving the shop. Anna could not see him, but she could hear him. He was speaking to Dave. ‘Are you sure? ‘ said the young man. ‘What do you mean? ‘ asked Dave. ‘Is this the only way? ‘ said the young man. ‘Yes, it is,’ said Dave.

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

‘Don’t worry. Everything will be all right. Goodbye. ‘ Anna heard the shop door close. She came round the corner and saw the young man. He was walking quickly to his car. Anna noticed immediately that he was not carrying his case. She ‘Excuse me,’ she said. ‘You’ve forgotten something. You have left something behind. ‘ The young man turned round.Anna stopped. Suddenly she was frightened. The young mans face was white. It was white with fear. ‘Please go away,’ said the young man.

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Chapter 07 ‘Another Special Order’

‘Leave me alone. I want to go home. Leave me He got into his car and drove off. Anna stood in the street and watched him. She was thinking Why had the young man come to The Corner Shop? What was his Special Order? And why had he left his small case with Dave Slatin?

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

The next day was the day of the big football match. Mr Hart had invited about ten people. Anna did not watch the game. She was helping Mrs Hart in the kitchen. They were making tea. It was a good game and everyone was enjoying it. At halftime, Peter went into the kitchen. ‘Why don’t you come and watch the match, Anna? ‘ he said. ‘It’s really good. Come on! ‘ Anna laughed. ‘No, thanks,’ she said. ‘I’m helping Mrs Hart. Look, here’s the tea.

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

Can you it into the others? ‘OK,’ said Peter. ‘It’s a terrific match. Mike Bailey scored a great goal. ‘ Peter took the tea into the sitting room and the second half of the match started. The second half was very exciting. Mike Bailey scored another goal after twenty minutes. Then the other side scored two quick goals. It was 22. There were only five minutes of the match left. ‘Come on! ‘ shouted Peter. ‘Come on, Mike! Let’s have another goal! ‘

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

In the last seconds of the match, Mike Bailey scored the winner. It was his third goal of But something was wrong! The other team’s goalkeeper was injured. Bailey had been very near the goalkeeper and he had kicked the ball very hard. The ball had hit the goalkeeper’s neck. Mrs Hart and Anna came in from the kitchen. ‘What’s happened? ‘ said Anna. ‘What’s wrong? ‘ ‘It’s Brian Thomas, the goalkeeper,’ said Peter. ‘He’s injured. ‘ It was serious. The goalkeeper had broken his neck.

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

Later, they all watched the news on TV. They saw pictures of Mike Bailey’s third goal. It was a great goal. They saw the ball hit the goalkeeper. It was an accident. The TV announcer said, ‘And now over to our sports studio for an interview with Mike They all watched the interview. The TV showed a picture of Mike Bailey and the ‘Mike,’ said the interviewer, ‘three goals in one match! How do you feel about that? ‘ But Mike Bailey said nothing.

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

He could not speak. He tried to speak, but he could not. It was terrible The interviewer tried another question. ‘Let me ask you about the third goal, Mike. It was a great goal. But how do you feel about the injury to Brian Thomas? ‘ It was a silly question. The injured goalkeeper would never play football again. Mike When the interview ended, Mr Hart turned off the TV No one noticed that Anna had left the room.

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Chapter 08 ‘The Football Match’

Mike Bailey had looked frightened. Anna was frightened too. Mike Bailey and Anna had met before. The day before, at The Corner Shop.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

Anna did not know what to do. She was only seventeen, but sometimes she felt much older. She wanted to ask Dave about Mike Bailey and Greta Gordon. She wanted to know about Special Orders. She decided to wait. One day, Dave and Anna were alone in the shop. ‘How’s Peter? ‘ asked Dave. ‘He’s fine, thanks,’ said Anna. Dave smiled.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

‘Is he still playing football? ‘ ‘Of course he is,’ said Anna. Dave laughed. ‘You don’t see him very much, do you, Anna? ‘ ‘I see him three or four times a week,’ said Anna. ‘What about weekends? ‘ Dave asked. Anna replied quickly. ‘I don’t see him much at weekends. He plays football then. ‘ ‘When are you getting married? ‘ asked Dave. ‘I don’t know,’ she replied.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

‘We haven’t decided yet. Perhaps next year. ‘ ‘That’s a long time. ‘ Dave smiled at Anna. Anna felt afraid. She also felt excited. She did not know why. ‘Sometimes you’re bored, Anna, aren’t you? ‘ said Dave. He looked into her eyes. ‘Yes,’ said Anna. ‘That’s true. ‘ ‘Why don’t you come away with me for a weekend,’ said Dave. ‘We can go to London. ‘ A weekend in London! Anna had only been to London once, for a day. Anna was excited, but she was also afraid.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

‘I don’t know,’ she said. ‘I must think of Peter. ‘ ‘Oh, forget him,’ said Dave. ‘He’ll never know. Come with me and we’ll go to the best shops. We’ll go to the best cinema. Will you come with me? ‘ Anna said nothing. Suddenly, she had an idea. She looked at Dave. ‘Perhaps I’ll come with you,’ she said. ‘Good! ‘ said Dave. ‘That’s great! ‘ ‘But first,’ said Anna. ‘I want to ask you something. ‘ ‘What do you want to know? ‘ he said quietly. ‘I want to know about your Special Orders.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

‘Very clever,’ said Dave. ‘You’re a village girl, but you’re very clever, Anna! ‘ ‘Village girls aren’t stupid,’ said Anna. ‘Now tell me about your Special Orders. Then I’ll come to London with you. ‘ Dave was angry. ‘One question you can ask me one question,’ he said. Quickly, Anna asked: ‘Why do people come to you? Why…’ ‘One question! Only one!’ shouted Dave. ‘All right! ‘ said Anna. ‘But don’t shout. Tell me. Why do people come to see you? ‘ Dave thought about his answer.

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Chapter 09 ‘A Secret Weekend’

He spoke quietly. ‘They come for help,’ he said. ‘They need help. And I give no, I sell help to them. That’s all! ‘ Anna did not understand. ‘What sort of help?’ she asked. ‘One question!’ shouted Dave. ‘I’ve answered your question. ‘ Anna said no more. She and Dave had made an agreement. Anna had asked her question. Dave had answered it. Dave had invited Anna to London for the weekend. And Anna went with him.

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Chapter 10 ‘A Quarrel’

Anna enjoyed the weekend. They arrived in London late on Friday evening and stayed at a big hotel. On Saturday they went shopping and in the evening they went to a cinema. On Sunday they went to a park. They came back to Woodend on Sunday evening. It was the last Sunday in September. On Monday, Anna went to the shop. It was not so busy now. Summer was over. Most of the customers were villagers. It was a cold autumn.

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Chapter 10 ‘A Quarrel’

On Monday evening, Peter came to see Anna. ‘Hello! ‘ said Anna. ‘Did you win on Saturday? ‘ ‘No,’ said Peter. ‘We didn’t win. And I didn’t play. ‘ Anna was surprised.’You didn’t play? Why not? What was wrong? ‘ ‘I didn’t feel very well on Saturday morning. I stayed in Woodend. I was in the village all weekend Anna’s face was red. Her voice was quiet. ‘Are you feeling better now?’ she asked. ‘No,’ said Peter. ‘And you know why. ‘ Anna tried to look surprised.’Me?’ she said.

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Chapter 10 ‘A Quarrel’

‘Oh, Anna,’ said Peter. ‘You know what’s wrong. It’s you and Dave Slatin. ‘ ‘What do you mean me and Dave Slatin? ‘ said Anna quickly. ‘You went away with him on Friday evening. Someone saw you in Dave’s car. ‘ Anna tried to explain. ‘Oh, it’s nothing!’ she said. ‘Dave and I went…’ ‘Shut up! ‘ said Peter. ‘I don’t want to know, Anna. Don’t talk about it. ‘ ‘But Peter! ‘ said Anna. Peter did not listen. ‘I know he’s got a lot of money. He can take you to places. He’s from a big city.

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Chapter 10 ‘A Quarrel’

I’m a poor village boy, Anna! But you must choose. You must choose between Dave and me. You can’t have both of us. ‘ ‘I know that, Peter! ‘ said Anna. ‘And I don’t want both of you. But listen, Peter. I want to tell you about Dave. There’s something very strange about him. ‘ ‘Dave! Dave! Dave!’ Peter shouted. ‘You talk about him all the time. I don’t want to hear his name again. ‘ Peter turned round and walked out of the room. He left Anna’s house. Now Anna was alone.

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Chapter 10 ‘A Quarrel’

She was very unhappy. She wanted to talk to Peter. She wanted to tell him about Dave. She wanted to tell him about Greta Gordon and about Mike Bailey. But Peter had left her.

 

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

It was October. It was cold and wet. Anna was not very busy at the shop. She was very unhappy. She was a different girl. She seemed older. She did not go out much. She looked ill. Most of the villagers knew that Anna had quarrelled with Peter. They also knew that she had been to London with Dave. But no one was able to help Anna. She did not talk to anyone. Before, she had been a happy, smiling girl. Now she was sad and lonely. She went to the shop every day. She was waiting for another Special Customer. Anna did not wait long.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

It was the middle of the month. Anna was alone in the shop. It was almost lunchtime. A middle aged gentleman came in. He was a big man with a very large moustache. He was well dressed and he was carrying a large briefcase. ‘Good morning, miss,’ he said politely. ‘Good morning, sir,’ said Anna. ‘Can I help you? ‘ Anna was very polite too. She was interested in this man. ‘I’m looking for Mr David Slatin,’ said the man. Anna smiled.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

‘Are you a salesman?’ she asked. She knew that he was not a salesman. He did not look like a salesman. But she wanted to talk to the man. The man smiled. ‘Yes, I am a salesman,’ he said. That was not true. Anna knew that the man was lying. Then she said, ‘Perhaps I can help you, sir. I usually speak to the salesmen. ‘ She looked at the man’s case. It had the letters A.R.I.C.S. printed on it.Thank you,’ said the man very politely, ‘but I have a private appointment.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

I’ve come from London and I must see Mr Slatin. ‘ ‘I’m sorry,’ said Anna. ‘He’s very busy at the moment. But I’ll tell him you’re here. What’s your name, please? ‘ The man smiled. ‘Roberts,’ he said. ‘Arthur Roberts. ‘ Anna went to the back of the shop. Dave was coming down the stairs. ‘There’s a man in the shop,’ said Anna. ‘He wants to speak to you. ‘ ‘Thanks,’ said Dave. And he went to the front of the shop. ‘Good morning, Mr Riseman,’ said Dave. ‘I’m pleased to meet you! ‘ Anna listened.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

Riseman! The man’s name was Riseman, not Roberts! What a liar! The man did not look at Anna. ‘I’m pleased to meet you, Mr Slatin,’ the man said. ‘Please come with me,’ said Dave. Mr Riseman followed Dave. They went into the Special Orders room. A minute later, Dave came out. He came to the front of the shop. ‘It’s lunchtime, Anna he said. ‘You can go home now. ‘ ‘Thanks, Dave,’ said Anna. ‘I’m going in a few moments. ‘ Dave went back to the Special Orders room.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

Anna did not leave the shop. She waited. Anna wrote down the letters A.R.I.C.S. She understood ‘A.R.’ ‘Arthur Riseman’. But she did not understand ‘I.C.S. ‘ At half past one Anna heard noises.Mr Riseman was leaving. Dave was talking. ‘Thank you, Mr Riseman. ‘ said Dave. ‘And thank you,’ said Mr Riseman. ‘You have helped me a lot. ‘ ‘Good,’ said Dave. ‘Goodbye, Mr Riseman. My assistant isn’t in the shop, but you can open the door. Goodbye.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

‘ Dave went upstairs and Mr Riseman came into the front of the shop.Anna was sitting quietly in a corner. ‘Oh! ‘ said Mr Riseman. ‘I thought you had gone home. ‘ ‘No,’ she said. ‘I decided to have lunch in the shop today. ‘ Anna and Mr Riseman looked at each other. They did not like each other. There was silence. Anna spoke first. ‘Would you like to buy some bread, Mr Roberts? ‘ she said. ‘Riseman, my name is Riseman,’ said the man. Anna smiled. ‘I’m so sorry,’ she said.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

‘Would you like to buy some homemade bread, Mr Riseman? ‘ ‘It looks delicious,’ said Mr Riseman.He was very polite again. ‘Yes, I’ll take some, please. My wife will love it. ‘ ‘Here you are,’ said Anna. She put the bread in a bag. Then she said, ‘You can put it in your briefcase. ‘ ‘My briefcase? ‘ said Mr Riseman. ‘I haven’t got a briefcase. ‘ ‘I think you’ve forgotten it,’ she said. ‘I’ll go and get it for you. ‘ Anna moved towards the back of the shop. Mr Riseman stepped in front of her.

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Chapter 11 ‘Arthur Riseman’

He held her wrists. He was very strong. ‘Listen to me,’ he said. ‘I don’t want that briefcase. Leave it there. ”All right,’ said Anna. ‘Please, let me go. You’re hurting me! ‘ Mr Riseman let go of Anna and turned towards the door. He left the shop hurriedly. He had not taken his bread with him. Anna watched Mr Riseman leave. Her hands were still hurting five minutes later.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

Anna waited for some news about Mr Riseman. She remembered Greta Gordon. The film star had visited The Corner Shop. Later, there was news about her in a magazine. Mike Bailey had visited The Corner Shop too. Later, there was a lot of news about him on TV. And now Mr Riseman had visited The Corner Shop. Anna was waiting for some news about him. All three visitors had been Special Customers. They had all seen Dave. They had all been in the Special Orders room,

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

and they had all left something with Dave. Greta Gordon had left her diamond rings. Mike Bailey had left his case. Mr Riseman had left his briefcase. Anna wanted to find out more about the three ‘Special Customers”.She thought about Mr Riseman. His case had the letters A.R.I.C.S. on it. She understood ‘A.R.’ But what was ‘I.C.S. ‘? Perhaps Mr Riseman was a businessman and ‘I.C.S. ‘ was his company? Anna looked in the newspapers.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

But she did not find anything about ‘I.C.S.’ She read the magazines. She listened to the radio. She watched TV. But there was nothing about ‘I.C.S. ‘. Anna heard nothing. She saw nothing. Then she had an idea. She decided to go to London and find Arthur Riseman. It was a Friday. Early in the morning, she left a note for Dave. She took the note to the shop. ‘Dear Dave,’ it said, ‘Sorry I can’t come in today. I’m going to Lidney. I’m buying some things for my wedding. Anna. ‘ The note did not tell the truth, but Anna did not care.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

Anna took a bus to Lidney and then caught a train to London. She got to Paddington Station at midday. She got off the train and looked for a telephone box. The telephones were near to the entrance to the station but the boxes were all full. She stood and waited. Then Anna saw the letters ‘I.C.S. ‘ There they were! They were on a huge advertisement. Anna had found the answer to her problem. International Computer Services! I.C.S. Perhaps that was Mr Riseman’s company. Soon one of the phone boxes was empty. Anna rang the number 222 8959.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

‘I.C.S. Can I help you?’ said a woman’s voice. ‘Yes, please,’ said Anna.’I want to speak to Mr Riseman. Mr Arthur Riseman. I think he works at I.C.S. ‘ The woman laughed. ‘Works here? Yes, he does!’ she said. ‘He’s the Vice Chairman of the company. Wait one moment, please. I’ll get his secretary. ‘ Then there was another woman’s voice on the phone. ‘Mr Riseman’s secretary. Can I help you? ‘ ‘Yes, please,’ said Anna. ‘I’d like to speak to Mr Riseman. ‘ ‘Who’s calling, please? ‘ said the secretary. ‘Mr Riseman doesn’t know my name,’ Anna replied.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

‘Is Mr Riseman expecting your call? ‘ the secretary asked. ‘No, he isn’t,’ said Anna. ‘I’m afraid he can’t speak to you now,’ said the secretary. ‘He’s at a meeting now and he’s flying to Switzerland in an hour’s time. ‘ ‘But I must speak to him for a few minutes,’ said Anna. The secretary became annoyed. ‘That’s impossible,’ she said. ‘But I can take a message. ‘ ‘No, thanks,’ said Anna. ‘I’ll call again next week. Will Mr Riseman be back then? ‘ ‘Yes, he will,’ replied the secretary. ‘Goodbye.’ And she put the phone down. Anna had found Mr Riseman’s company.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

But she had not spoken to him. Anna spent the afternoon in London. She went to see a film. Then she had tea in a small cafe near Paddington Station. Her train left London at half past six. She bought an evening newspaper, and got on the train. Anna was tired, but she felt happy. After a few minutes, she looked at her newspaper. Anna was waiting for some news. There it was, on the front page: PRIVATE PLANE CRASH NEAR LONDON Six Dead: All from ICSPrivate plane crash near London. Six Dead: All from ICS. Six people were killed this afternoon in a plane crash at Enfield, near London.

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Chapter 12 ‘Anna Waits for News’

The plane was flying to Switzerland. The passengers were all from International Computer Services (ICS). Among them was Mr. Alfred Gluck, the Chairman of ICS. Mr. Arthur Riseman, Vice Chairman of ICS, told us, ‘I’m lucky to be alive. I was at a meeting today. The meeting went on for a long time and I didn’t catch the plane. ‘ Mr. Riseman will probably be the new Chairman of ICS.

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Chapter 13 ‘The Special Orders Room’

Anna got home about ten o’clock. She turned on the radio and listened to the news. The Chairman of I.C.S. was dead and Mr Riseman was the new Chairman. Anna did not sleep that night. She was thinking about Dave Slatin and the Special Orders. What were they? What was Dave Slatin doing in that room? On Saturday morning she went to the shop. Dave said nothing to her. He was angry because Anna had not worked on Friday. He did not ask about her day off, and Anna did not tell him about it.

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Chapter 13 ‘The Special Orders Room’

At eleven o’clock, Dave left the shop. He got in his car and drove off. Anna was alone. This was her chance! She went to the back of the shop and turned the handle of the locked door. But the Special Orders room was not locked! Dave had forgotten to lock it. Anna opened the door and went into the room. It was a small room, dark and hot. Anna turned on the light, but it was not a very strong She looked round the room.There was a small table, two old chairs and a lot of boxes. That was all. Special Orders? There were no order books, no papers, no pencils.

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Chapter 13 ‘The Special Orders Room’

Anna walked round the table. It was difficult because there were a lot of boxes on the floor. Anna opened one of the boxes and looked inside. She found some old magazines and newspapers. Underneath, there were some dirty, old clothes. But underneath the clothes she discovered some money. Lots of money. British money. French money.American. German. There was money from all over the world.Anna was amazed. She had never seen so much money before.She looked round again and found Mike Bailey’s case. It was empty.Then she found Arthur Riseman’s briefcase.That was empty too.Then Anna looked into a bigger box.

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Chapter 13 ‘The Special Orders Room’

Inside it were some dolls with broken arms and legs. One of the dolls was very beautiful, but it had a broken arm. Anna put it on the table. Then Anna found a book about football. Inside there were some pictures of footballers but the pictures were all torn. Anna put the book on the table. Anna looked into the box again and found some little cars. Most of them were broken. She found a small model aeroplane. It was broken too. Anna put all these things on the table. What a strange collection! There was the money, the broken doll, the toy cars, the model aeroplane. And there was the football book with the torn pictures.

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Chapter 13 ‘The Special Orders Room’

Anna looked at the things on the table. What were they for? Why did Dave Slatin keep them in this locked room? Suddenly Anna jumped. There was a noise behind her. Someone was standing at the door.

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

‘What about the diamond rings? ‘ said a voice. It was Dave Slatin. He was laughing. ‘I left the door open for you,’ he said. ‘I wanted you to go into this room this morning! ‘ Anna was frightened, but she tried not to show her fear. ‘You haven’t found the diamonds,’ Dave said again. Anna remembered Greta Gordon’s diamond rings. Were they in this room too? ‘Here,’ said Dave.He came into the room and picked up an old box. He took out the rings and threw them on the table.

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

‘They aren’t yours,’ said Anna.’They belong to Greta Gordon. ‘ ‘They belong to me,’ laughed Dave. ‘She gave them to me. ‘ ‘But why? ‘ asked Anna. ‘Why? Why did Greta Gordon give you those diamonds? And all this money. Who gave you the money? ‘ ‘My Special Customers! ‘ said Dave. ‘My Special Customers gave me the money. It’s mine now. ‘ ‘Mike Bailey and Mr Riseman gave you all this money? ‘ asked Anna. ‘Yes,’ said Dave ‘You have seen some of my Special Customers, not all of them. ‘

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

‘But why do they come? ‘ Anna asked again.’These people come to me for help,’ replied Dave Slatin. ‘I help them and they pay me. ‘ ‘But how do you help them? ‘ asked Anna. Dave Slatin picked up the beautiful doll with the broken arm. ‘Do you remember Joanna Leigh? ‘ he asked Anna. Anna thought for a moment. ‘Joanna Leigh? ‘ she said. ‘Yes, of course I remember her. She’s the actress who broke her arm. Greta Gordon got her part. ‘ ‘That’s right,’ said Dave Slatin.This doll is Joanna Leigh. ‘ Anna felt more afraid.

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

What kind of man was Dave Slatin? Dave Slatin pointed to a torn photograph in the football book. ‘Who’s that, Anna?’ he asked. Anna remembered the face. She had seen it on TV. ‘Brian Thomas,’ she replied. ‘He’s a goalkeeper. ‘ ‘He was a goalkeeper,’ said Dave Slatin. Anna was terribly frightened now. Dave Slatin was an evil man. Dave Slatin moved close to Anna. He picked up the broken aeroplane. ‘And what do you think this is?’ he asked Anna. Anna knew the answer, but she was too afraid to speak. Dave Slatin took Anna’s arm and held it tightly.

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

Anna tried to move away. Dave Slatin laughed and held Anna more tightly. ‘Listen, Anna,’ he said quietly. ‘I want you. I need you. Marry me, Anna. Don’t marry Peter. Marry me. ‘ ‘No, no,’ she cried. ‘Let me go. Let me go. ‘ ‘But Anna, you still don’t understand,’ said Dave Slatin.’I have strange powers. I can give you everything you want. ‘ He looked into Anna’s eyes. ‘And my children will have these powers too,’ he continued. ‘I will give you money and diamonds. And you, Anna, you will give me children. ‘ Anna was terrified now.

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Chapter 14 ‘The Special Customers’

She kicked Dave Slatin very hard and he let go of her hand. Anna moved quickly. She ran out of the Special Orders room through the front of the shop and out onto the street. She ran all the way home.

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Chapter 15 ’31st October’(last chapter)

When Anna got home, she felt terrible and went to bed. In the evening, Peter came to see her. But Anna was ill in bed. ‘I’ll come and see Anna tomorrow,’ Peter told Anna’s mother. Again Anna did not sleep all night. The next day, Sunday, 31st October, was a terrible day for Woodend. Anna stayed in bed. She had a fever and her mother phoned the doctor. The doctor came immediately. ‘Anna’s very ill,’ said the doctor to Anna’s mother. ‘I’m worried. I don’t know what’s wrong with her.

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Chapter 15 ’31st October’(last chapter)

I’ll come back again tonight. ‘ That afternoon, Peter came to Anna’s house. He tried to speak to Anna, but she was too ill. He sat quietly beside her bed. At about seven o’clock, Peter heard shouting in the street. He went to the window and looked outside. People were running and shouting, Fire! Fire! Fire! There’s a fire at The Corner Shop! ‘ Peter ran out of Anna’s house and into the street. There was a big fire on the corner. The shop was in flames. Nobody could see Dave Slatin. ‘His car’s here! ‘ said Mr Hart. ‘Dave must be inside. ‘

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Chapter 15 ’31st October’(last chapter)

Then the villagers saw him. He was standing at an upstairs window. ‘Jump, Dave,’ they shouted. ‘Jump! Save yourself. ‘ But Dave did not move. He was standing at the window and he was laughing. Some of the women in the street started screaming. Mr Hart tried to run into the shop, but the others pulled him back. Flames were leaping up from the shop. The flames reached Dave Slatin. The villagers saw that he was still laughing. That was the last time they saw him. The flames hid him completely. No one was able to save him and no one ever saw him again.

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Chapter 15 ’31st October’(last chapter)

Peter went back to Anna’s house. The doctor was in the kitchen, talking to Anna’s mother. Suddenly there was a scream. They ran upstairs to Anna’s room. Anna was dead.

THE END

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Yeh app ki kahni hai

 

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You are poor….&
You belong to low middle class
Tum gareeb ho aur tumhra taluq gareebo ka bilkul nechey darjey sey hai

 

You can only eat mutton once in a year
You can only eat beef once in a year
Tum sirf saal mein aik baar hi bakrey ka ghoast ka saktey ho
Tum sirf saal mein bar hi gaii ka ghost khaa saktey ho

 

Your salary finished before month Ended
Tankha khatam ho jati hai month khatam honey sey pehle

 

You always wait for changing
Tum humesha tabdali ka intizar kartey ho

 

You always wait for miracles
Tum humesha mujzaa honey ka intizar kartey ho

 

You care what others think
Tum parwa kartey ho log kia sochtey hai

 

People make you realize You are imperfect
Log app ko mehsoos karwatey hai
tum na mukamal ho

 

People say You are Nobody…
Log kahtey hai
Tum kio bhi nehi ho

 

People say You are Nothing…
Log kahtey hai
Tum kuch bhi nehi

 

People say You are a Loser…
Log kahtey hai
Tum haarey hue ho

 

People make you realize You are a burden to everyone around You?…
Log kahtey hai
Tum bhoojh ho harkisi per jo tumhrey asspass hai

 

People say You cannot do this. Or you cannot do that.
Log kahtey hai
Tum yeh nehi kar saktey ya tum woh nehi kar saktey

 

People say You cannot do anything.
Log kahtey hai
Tum kuch nehi kar saktey

 

And you finally believe what people think and say about you
Aur akhir kaar tumhey yaqeen a jata hai log kiya sochtey hai aur boltey hai tumhrey barey mein

 

You are a failure because you don’t believe in yourself.
you are lack of common sense
you are lack of confidence
You have these things
by yourself

 

 

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Research framework Muslim Women

Research Framework:

For the last few decades, Muslim women decided to regain their Muslim identity and freedom under the paradigm of Islam. They tried to obtain knowledge of their faith and feminist awareness simultaneously. The realization of these two divergent forms creates “two major feminist paradigms referred to as secular feminism and Islamic feminism” (Badran 6). These two binaries elevate the politics of feminist defiance (Saadallah 216). Susan Muaddi Darraj (2003) presents this tussle between Western feminism and Islamic feminism in these words that Arab feminism “generally elicits such comments from American feminists as “That sounds like an oxymoron!” (190). Western feminists consider the third world women as “powerless”, “exploited”, “backwards”, “illiterate”, and “sexually harassed” (Mohanty 338-339). Western feminists considered their supremacy of religion and culture over others. They tried to colonized them by presenting them “as a singular monolithic subject” (Mohanty 333). They did not understand the geographical, cultural, religious and traditional differences of the Muslim world. A colonial history also reshaped the image of Muslim women as Leila Ahmed (1989) explains that colonial forces “explicitly set out to undermine Islam through the training and remoulding of women” (144). The Muslim women from the third world also faced hostility in terms of the fulfilment of their religious obligations. Fran Hosken (1981) states “Rape, forced prostitution, polygamy, genital mutilation, pornography, the beating of girls and women, purdah (segregation of women) are all violations of basic human rights” (15). After all these Islamophobia, Islamic feminists tried to clear their position as Muslim women. Ziba Mir Hosseini tries to clarify the position of Islamic feminism and explains that all kinds of unfairness faced by Muslim women are due to the misinterpretation of Islam. She further elaborates that the gender inequalities “were not granted to them by God but by Muslim male jurists” (642). Third world feminists acknowledge their rights and “they are trying to retain them through their own channels” (Al-Sarrani, Alghamdi 10) Hosseini has generated new debates for the rights of Muslim women under Islamic Sharia. She proclaims that the patriarchal laws create hindrance in the life of Muslim women as “Muslim jurists have misconstructed the Prophet’s message of egalitarianism” (3). She accepts that after globalization, the Islamic discourse does not remain inside the Muslim world. She classifies writings under two categories; one is “shari’a-based”, and other is “feminism-based” and the writers from both sides create “new gender awareness” and “equality in society” (5). Finally, she states that Islam and feminism are no more contradictory and divergent because a feminist reading of sharia is now inescapable (7). Hosseini, in one of her articles, (2006) clearly creates a distinction between sharia and fiqh, and states that “the sharia is sacred, universal, and eternal, fiqh is human and —like any other system of jurisprudence— subject to change” (632).
Asma Barlas in Believing Women in Islam (2002) rejects the teachings of gender difference and inequity under the Islamic sharia and states that “there is nothing innately Islamic about misogyny, inequality, or patriarchy” (2). As the teaching of gender discrepancy is derived from the Tafsīr and the Ahādith, there is a need “to reinvestigate” the religious teachings (Barlas 4). She stresses the equalitarian study of Islam. Qur’anic interpretation through male’s perspective limits the role of women, so there is a need to reinterpret Islam through women’s point of view. Similarly, Amina Wadud in Qur’an And Women (1999) stresses on the “identity formation” of Muslim women (xi). Traditional exegesis has some limitations, so a new framework helps to generate “a systematic rationale for making correlations and sufficiently exemplifies the full impact of Qur’anic coherence” (xii). Wadud wants the reinterpretation of the Quran from the female perspective. Wadud in Inside the Gender Jihad (2006) asserts that “The text is silent. It needs interpretation and has always historically and currently been subjected to interpretation. We make it speak for us by asking of it” (197).
Veil is another important factor in Muslim societies, and Islamic feminists try to deal with it through different prospects. According to Fatima Mernissi, (1991), the word hijab has three dimensions; one is visual, second is spatial, and “the third dimension is ethical” which is a “forbidden space” (93). In Sufism, the term mahjub is associated with a man who does not gain a divine light. According to her, the term hijab weakens its validity when it is just related to a piece of cloth (95). At one place, the hijab gives respect and at another place, under Sufism, it is “an obstacle that prevents one from seeing God” (96). Mernissi believes that hijab is the segregation of public life from the private one which ultimately creates division of sexes (101). Mariam Cooke in Women Claim Islam (2001) establishes that the veil becomes the identity of Muslim women. Their physical images overthrow their different identities as Cooke claims that “Images of covered women epitomize Islam” (132). For some people, this veil creates negativity while for others it is an empowering tool.
Diaspora and origin in terms of globalization are among the issues prominent in the discourse of Islamic feminism. Immigrant confines himself in two places “each of which is home and is at the same time, not home” (Cooke 24). Moghissi in the Muslim Diaspora (2007) suggests that in the diaspora, the identity is related to the relationship with others. The unwelcoming attitude of the host country increases the “diasporic consciousness” (xv). Migration not only intensifies their realization of the self but also increases their uncertainty about the loss of originality (xv). This uncertainty leads them towards the process of revisiting their religion. Muslim women in the diaspora have “multiple identities”; at one level, they are Muslims and at another level, they have their national identity (Moghissi 33). But the most important identification which they face in the diaspora is their new global identity in the host country. A modest Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan in Western Muslims and the Future of Islam (2004) proposes the adequacy of the ijtihad that gives a new interpretation of the Quran with the background of the Muslim diaspora (4). Globalization becomes a source of self-definition for the Muslim community and it “gives some Muslims a sense of power, might, and legitimacy in Otherness” (Ramadan 5). Cooke (2001) also mentions that by relocating themselves from local to global, Muslim women are negotiating new transnational realities that cut across local and familial identifications” (xi). According to her, Islamic feminism tries to balance Islamic loyalties with other commitments to create new discussion which she terms as “multiple critiques” (Cooke 177). So Islamic feminism “relocate their inhabitants from the margins to the centre of the community and belonging” (Ball 125). Amina Wadud in her famous work, Inside the Gender Jihad (2006) stresses to all men and women to “took part in interrogating textual meaning to build a global community of balance or equilibrium – a just society” (205).