AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 CODE 1424 AUTUMN 2016

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AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 CODE 1424 AUTUMN 2016 B A ENGLISH – II

Aiou solved assignment 1 for B.A code 1424 English – II for the semester autumn 2016. This is the first solved assignment of code 1424 for autumn 2016. The aiou solved assignment for this code 1424 semester spring – 2017 will be uploaded Insha Allah in next semester.

AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 CODE 1424 AUTUMN 2016 QUESTION # 1
Question No.1:- Change the following informal passage into formal writing. Unit 1 of your text- book gives you some traits of the formal and informal writing
Answer:-
i. THEY BOUGHT AN AWESOME HOUSE AROUND THE CORNER. They bought a wonderful house around the corner.
ii. THERE WERE LOTS OF PEOPLE AT THE CORNER. There were many people at the corner.
iii. JANE AIN’T GOING TO TELL ANYONE. Jane isn’t going to tell anyone
iv. OSCAR STARTED FREAKING OUT ABOUT THE TEST. Oscar became anxious about the test
v. WHEN THE COPS ARRIVED, THE CROOK RAN OUTSIDE. When the police arrived, the criminal ran outside.
vi. HE CHECKED HIS CELL FOR ANY MESSAGES. He checked his cell phone for any messages.
vii. HE FAMILY CHILLED BY THE POOL ALL AFTERNOON. The family relaxed by the swimming pool all afternoon
viii. SHE BOUGHT A BUNCH OF STUFF AT THE MAIL. She bought a lot at the mall.
ix. THE MOVIE WAS AWESOME. The movie was wonderful.
x. WE HAD A STROLL IN THE OPEN. We walked in the open

SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 CODE 1424 AUTUMN 2016 QUESTION # 2

Q.2 Define the following types of writing.
ANSWER:-
• DESCRIPTIVE WRITING
Descriptive writing’s main purpose is to describe. It is a style of writing that focuses on describing a character, an event, or a place in great detail. It can be poetic when the author takes the time to be very specific in his or her descriptions. Example: In good descriptive writing, the author will not just say: “The vampire killed his lover.” He or she will change the sentence, focusing on more details and descriptions, like: “The bloody, red-eyed vampire, sunk his rust-colored teeth into the soft skin of his lover and ended her life.”

• NARRATIVE WRITING
Narrative writing’s main purpose is to tell a story. The author will create different characters and tell you what happens to them (sometimes the author writes from the point of view of one of the characters—this is known as first person narration). Novels, short stories, novellas, poetry, and biographies can all fall in the narrative writing style. Simply, narrative writing answers the question: “What happened then?”

• COMPARE AND CONTRAST WRITING
Comparison and contrast focuses on the similarities and differences between two or more separate things. The purpose for using comparison and contrast in academic writing is to explain how these similarities and differences reveal something meaningful that is not apparent when either object stands alone. This writing should: • introduce a fresh insight or new way of viewing something • bring clarity to one subject by comparing it with another • add commentary to an important concept or issue • show how one subject is better than the other In compare and contrast writing, at least two subjects or objects of interest are studied. The writer must be able to explain these two subjects separately and make meaningful connections between them at the same time. It is also important to include both similarity and difference in your analysis; the analysis is more useful and complete if similarity and difference are both discussed so that the significant similarity or significant difference takes on its full meaning. Here are some examples of what could be compared: two approaches or theories• two films, novels, poems or other forms of art• two characters• two of your own experiences.
• ARGUMENTATIVE:-
While some teachers consider persuasive papers and argument papers to be basically the same thing, it’s usually safe to assume that an argument paper presents a stronger claim—possibly to a more resistant audience. For example: while a persuasive paper might claim that cities need to adopt recycling programs, an argument paper on the same topic might be addressed to a particular town. The argument paper would go further, suggesting specific ways that a recycling program should be adopted and utilized in that particular area.

• PROCESS WRITING
The process approach treats all writing as a creative act which requires time and positive feedback to be done well. In process writing, the teacher moves away from being someone who sets students a writing topic and receives the finished product for correction without any intervention in the writing process itself.
Why should teachers be interested in a process approach to writing? White and Arntd say that focusing on language errors ‘improves neither grammatical accuracy nor writing fluency’ and they suggest instead that paying attention to what the students say will show an improvement in writing. Research also shows that feedback is more useful between drafts, not when it is done at the end of the task after the students hand in their composition to be marked. Corrections written on compositions returned to the student after the process has finished seem to do little to improve student writing.
• ANALYTIC WRITING:-
Analytical writing is commonly required in academic writing to show relationships between pieces of information. It is used to compare and contrast, assess or evaluate (for example, a number of approaches, theories, methodologies or outcomes). It has a structure based on the ordering of main ideas in relation to each other and uses evidence from various sources. However, analytical writing does not present a position to be argued. Like descriptive writing, analytical writing often forms part of argumentative essay writing but is never the primary component of this type of writing.

AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 B A CODE 1424 QUESTION 3
Q.3:- We are sure you must have read about sequencing in unit7. Sequencing of events is very important in any process work. Given below are some steps for making an omelet. Write them in the form of a paragraph using sequence markers.
i. Take eggs. ii. Cut vegetables iii. Beat eggs, water, salt and pepper in small bowl until blended iv. Add the vegetables v. Heat oil in pan vi. Add the mixture
ANSWER:-
First Take eggs, then Cut vegetables. Secondly beat eggs, water, salt and pepper in small bowl until blended. Then add the vegetables and Heat oil in pan. Finally add the mixture

CODE 1424 AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 AUTUMN 2016 QUESTION # 4

Q.4 Here is the timetable of a day of Mr. Ali,s life. Develop it into a paragraph using sequences markers. ANSWER:-
Mr. Ali sleep from 11:00 p.m. to 05:00 a.m then wake up and first takes shower, do breakfast and get ready between 05:00 a.m. to 07:00 a.m. then at 07:30 a.m. to 08:00 am he clean his room and afterwards travel the between 08:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. he do his office work and have tea break. Later on 11:00 a.m. to 02:00 p.m he had filling and his lunch. Then he travelled home and at last do rest.

B A AIOU SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 1 CODE 1424 AUTUMN 2016 QUESTION # 5

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  3. Ghulam Murtaza says:

    Bundle of thanks,,, great job

  4. Muhammad Nawaz ali says:

    sir please upload 2nd semester’s assignments of spring 2017

  5. malik hina says:

    can you please upload spring 2017 assignment code 1424
    that would be a big helping hand for us

  6. Nazar khan says:

    can you please upload spring 2017 assignment code 1424
    that would be a big helping hand for us

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