ISBN 9788183481533,Paragraph Writing Made Easy

Paragraph Writing Made Easy


JK Arora



Arihant Publication

Publication Year 2012

ISBN 9788183481533

ISBN-10 8183481531


Number of Pages 200 Pages
Language (English)

Entrance Exam Preparation

Table of Contents Apparel OFT Proclaims The Man A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss Success Awaits The Courageous, Defeat Dogs The Footsteps of The Coward. He Who Risks Everything Wins Laurels Fortune Favours The Brave Fruits of Labour Are Sweeter Than The Gifts of Fortune Health is Wealth Idle Young Men Make Needy Old Ones Make Hay While The Sun Shines Manner Maketh Man Temperance is The Best Physic Handsome is That Handsome Does Look Before You Leap Constant Occupation Prevents Temptation All That Glitters is Not Gold Procrastination is The Thief of Time Rome Was Not Built in A Day Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining Patriotism is Not Enough Uneasy Lies The Head That Wears The Crown Necessity is The Mother of Invention A Little Learning is A Dangerous Thing (Drink Deep or Taste Not The Pierian Spring) He Prayeth Well Who Loveth Well Both Man And Bird And Beast Prevention is Better Than Cure or A Stitch In Time Saves Nine ?Home-Keeping Youths Have Homely Wits? Stone Walls Do Not A Prison Make, Nor Iron Bars A Cage As You Sow So Shall You Reap The Desire For Fame is The Last Infirmity of Noble Minds ?What Is This Life If Full of Care We Have No Time To Stand and Stare? ?They Also Serve Who Only Stand and Wait? If Winter Comes Can Spring Be Far Behind? ?The Child Is Father of The Man? We Are Not Satisfied To Be Right, Unless We Can Prove Others To Be Wrong For Forms of Governments, Let Fools Contest; Whatever is Best Administered, is Best Knowledge is Power Work is Worship Hope Springs Eternal in Human Breast, Man Never is, But Always is To Be Blest The Pen is Mightier Than The Sword Almost All Absurdity of Conduct Arises From The Imitation of Those Whom We Cannot Resemble ??Man is Born Free But Everywhere He is in Chains?? Man Does Not Live by Bread Alone We Live in Deeds, Not in Years Frailty, Thy Name is Woman Peace Hath Her Victories No Less Renowned Than War Forgiveness is The Noblest Revenge To Err is Human, To Forgive Divine Make Hay While The Sun Shines Honesty is The Best Policy No Man is Completly Happy Death Haste Makes Waste Golden Age is Not Behind Us But Before Us ??The Dogs Bark, But The Caravan Goes On?? ??A Merry Heart Goes All The Way?? Knowledge and Wisdom Nursery Rhymes Time and Tide Wait for No Man Hero-Worship Duty Genius is One Per Cent Inspiration And Ninety-Nine Per Cent Perspiration They Never Fall Who Die in A Great Cause ??where There is No Vision, The People Perish?? Liberty is One and Indivisible Prosperity Doth Best Discover Vice, But Adversity Doth Best Discover Virtue To Travel Hopefully is A Better Thing Than To Arrive Money is A Good Servant, But A Bad Master ??The Empire of Imagination is Often More Real and Lasting Than The Empire of Fact?? Necessity Knows No Law A Bird in The Hand is Worth Two in The Bush Out of Sight, Out of Mind What is A Sauce For The Goose, is Sauce for The Gander ??Brevity is The Soul of Wit?? It is Better To Light One Little Candle Than To Curse The Darkness Art Lies in Concealing Art ??They Are Slaves Who Dare Not Be in The Right With Two or Three?? The Need and Value of Physical Exercises Poets are The Unacknowledged Legislators of The World Man Is The Only Being That Can Properly Be Called Idle Education For World Citizenship ??Democracy Is Government of The People, By The People, For The People?? Fools Rush in Where Angels Fear To Tread What is Written Without Effort Is In General Read Without Pleasure Spare The Rod And Spoil The Child Discipline and Its Value Kind Hearts are More Than Coronets ??Our Sweetest Songs Are Those That Tell of Saddest Thought?? ??The Web of Our Life Is of A Mingled Yarn; Good And Ill Together?? Sweet Are The Uses of Adversity ??We Talk Little If We Do Not Talk About Ourselves?? If Men Would Think More, They Would Act Less ??It Has Been Observed That They Who Most Loudly Clamour For Liberty, Do Not Most Liberally Grant It?? The Great Pleasure in Life Is Doing What People Say You Cannot Do We All Desire Peace But Not The Things That Make for Peace Heard Melodies are Sweet, But Those Unheard are Sweeter Charity is a Universal Duty Virtue is Its Own Reward A Bad Workman Quarrels With His Tools The Ant The Donkey Contentment Idleness Politeness Water ??Our Life is What Our Thoughts Make It?? ??He Who Can, Does. He Who Cannot, Teaches?? Power Tends To Corrupt, And Absolute Power Coprrupts Absolutely History Does Not Repeat Itself` The Paths of Glory Lead But To The Grave An Ounce of Example is Better Than A Ton of Precept ??History is The Essence of Innumerable Biographies?? The Degeneration of Culture Tradition is The Basis of All Innovations True Sense of Humour Spaceship Earth The Ideal Handshake We Make Our Own Heaven or Hell True Purpose of Reading Success and Struggle Old Age Sociality Violence and Hatred in Modern World Loss of Health Human Relationship ?say Not The Struggle Nought Availeth? ??it Is Better To Have Loved And Lost, Than Never To Have Loved At All?? The Value of A University For Educational Purposes Variety is The Spice of Life ??We Are Always Getting Ready To Live, But Never Living?? ??Revenge is A Kind of Wild Justice?? The Danger of Suggestion Morality and Progress Truth Religion is The Opiate of The People The Character of A Gentleman Where Ignorance is Bliss, It is Folly To Be Wise ??The Old Order Changes Yielding Place To New?? God in This Godless Universe On Indian Marriages Of Studies Gandhian Philosophy Moonmen's Gadgets For Earthlings Great Men The Wire Services Protection From Advertisements The Role of The Radio The Technology of Peace Mass Media and Society Mass Media and Democracy Man and Nature Our World and The Industrial Revolution Man and His Environment The Need For Water Tariff Buried Sunshine` The Cost of Solar Heat The Scientist and The Poet The Language of Literature and Science Science And Literature as Languages Progress In The Arts And Science The Aims of Science and The Humanities Humanistic and Scientific Approaches To Human Activity Music and Literature Art and Integration Religion: and Inevitable Part of Human Life The Social Function of Literature What Is History? The Mother of The Sciences Aids To Paragraph Writing (useful Quotations)