First Year English Book-1 Lesson No. 11: I have a Dream Notes

First Year English Book-1 Lesson No. 11: I have a Dream NotesQuestions and Answers of lesson no. 11: I Have a Dream Notes by Muhammad Qadir Rafique ar

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Questions and Answers of lesson no. 11: I Have a Dream Notes by Muhammad Qadir Rafique are given below. Answer of each question is given in short and easy wording. You can download these notes in PDF format for free.

I have a Dream
Q. What was the cause of Negroes’ discontentment?
Ans. They were hated, ignored and hated as slaves in the society. This was the major cause of their discontentment.
Q. What are the qualities of the creative suffering?
Ans. They face hardships and sufferings with courage. They have no despair and work without being disappointed.
Q. What is the dream of Martin Luther King?
Ans. He has a dream that soon there will be no racism in United States of America. All mn will be considered equal. There will be rule of brother in all states.
Q. What should be the faith of Negroes?
Ans. Their faith should be that unearned suffering is redemptive.
Q. What was the necessity of pleading the case of the Negros’s freedom?
Ans. Negroes were leading slavish life. They were being ignored. Therefore, it was necessary to plead the case.
Q. What should be the criterion of judgement for a person?
Ans. A person should not be judged by the colour of his skin but by the content of his character.
Q. Do Negroes enjoy liberty in all the parts of their country?
Ans. No, the Negroes do not enjoy liberty in all the parts of their country.
Q. From which part of country did the Negroes gather there?
Ans. The negroes gathered from Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisianan and the northern cities.
Q.  Write down the song in your own words.
Ans. My country is a land of liberty. It is a land of the pilgrims, pride and let the freedom ring from every side of it.
Q. What is e effect of the repetition of words?

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