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Class 12 – English Lesson 7: FEAR OF DEARTH(objectives)

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    Class 12 – English Lesson 7: FEAR OF DEARTH(objectives)


    Class 12 – English

    Lesson 7: FEAR OF DEARTH
    FILL IN THE BLANKS

    1. “Fear of Dearth” is written by Carl Tucker.
    2. Some claim jogging is thoughtconductive.
    3. For me, the pace is wrong for contemplation of either ideas or visitors.
    4. Bill-paying, it seems, would be about as diverting.
    5. For any trend, there are as many reason, as there are participants.
    6. Each of us has his carrot and stick
    7. Beyond these disparate reasons, however, lies a deeper cause.
    8. True, modern man likes to feel good but that hardly distinguished him from his predecessor.
    9. With zany myopia economist like to claim that the deeper cause of any thing is economic.
    10. We live in a world in which individuals have fewer and fewer obligations.
    11. Freedom is a wide and risky driver.
    12. The more obligations one take one, the more time one occupies, the less threat freedom poses.
    13. Jogging has become an instant obligation.
    14. Our era is the first to anticipate the eventual depletion of all natural resources.
    15. Why I jog is to win at tennis.


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