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Question 1 The Nobel laureate who was born in Mumbai on Dec. 30, 1865 Rudyard Kipling
Question 2 An idiocolous bird is born Blind and Helpless
Question 3 What is a coracle? (a crow/a boat/a disease /a wise man) A boat
Question 4 Which word takes ‘s’ to make the plural form: offspring/deer/furniture/piano? Piano
Question 5 In ‘Pickwick Papers’, who is the president of the Pickwick Club? Samuel Pickwick
Question 6 In colloquial English, ‘You can say that again’ means I agree with you
Question 7 The West Indian poet who wrote Omeros Derek Walcott
Question 8 The woman who was Prime Minister of Canada in 1993 and 1998 Kim Campbell
Question 9 Saint Nicholas is patron saint of (Norway/ Russia/Sweden/Austria) Russia
Question 10 What is common to Harivansh Rai Bachchan, Vijay Tendulkar, Balamani Amma and Indira Parthasarathy? Winners of Saraswati Samman
Question 11 The first Indian bank to get approval to start normal banking operation in China. State Bank of India
Question 12 Norah Jones’ debut album “Come Away With Me”
Question 13 A kibitzer (catches fish/gives unwanted advice/flies kites/changes houses very often) Gives unwanted advice
Question 14 The famous anthropologist L.B.S Leakey was born in which country? Kenya
Question 15 This name is used for something that is oversimplified and unrelated to reality: (David Copperfield/Mickey Mouse/ Donald Duck/Cinderella) Mickey Mouse
Rudyard Kipling English short-story writer, novelist and poet, remembered for his celebration of British imperialism and heroism in India and Burma.
Creative Quotations from Rudyard Kipling ( ) born Dec 30 English poet, novelist, short-story writer; He is known for his books about India and.
Derek Walcott A Latin American Nobel Prize Winner.
FAMOUS BRITISH WRITERS
Area: 78,769 sq km Population: 5,200,000 approx Capital: Edinburg Official language: English Largest city: Glasgow Political: Scotland is part of the.
(December 30,1865, Bombay - January 18,1936, London)
Books in our life. Robert Burns William Shakespeare Charles Dickens Agatha Christie Rudyard Kipling.
Note that you can also use a plural noun without the: - Roses are my favourite flowers. ( but not ‘ the roses’) * We also use the + a singular countable.
William Shakespeare He was a great English writer and an actor. He wrote plays and poetry. They are translated in many languages. They are very popular.
Derek Walcott--Biographical Sketch /23born in St. Lucia Photo Credit: Nancy Crampton 1950 founded the St. Lucia Arts Guild 1953 BA from UWI--Mona.
Pupil: Nataliya Ozerova Class: 9 Teacher: N. F. Smirnova Dubnevo, 2015.
William Shakespare ( ) a great English writer. He is one of the most famous ever. He was born 1564 in Stratford - on - Avon. His plays and tragedies.
India By Grace Kennedy. Facts on India The capital of India is New Delhi. The prime minister is Manmohan Singh. In India they speak Hindi or English.
Joseph Rudyard Kipling
LET THE RIVER FLOW. Let the poor man say, I am rich in Him.
Let the River Flow Let the poor man say I am rich in Him, Let the lost man say I am found in Him. Oh, let the river flow.
The Best Buddies By Briana. Languages Spoken The languages that are spoken in Canada are French and English. The language spoken in America is English.
“Literary Britain”. New vocabulary: birthplace – место рождения, родина to be associated with – ассоциироваться с… to be well known – быть известным,
We are learning about the Prime Minister.. Who is our Prime Minister? Theresa May Danny Alexander George Osbourne Nick Clegg.
The rules of this game: You will have to answer 15 questions. If you answer all the questions, you will get three million. During the game you can use.
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