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He helped his father in his work. He wanted to spread knowledge among the people. To educate the people was the mission of his life. He would often go out in the street of Athens. He would stop passers-by at Athens and ask them simple questions. If their answers were wrong, he would make them correct and give them right ideas.Socrates soon became very popular with the young people who learnt from him. But some men in authority became jealous of the great popularity of Socrates among people. They brought two charges against him. One of them was that he was educating the traitors. The other was that he was corrupting the young men of Athens.
4. Complete the following table with the information given in the passage. 5.Read the passage again and write True or False beside the fallowing statements. Give answers for the false statements.
a. Athens was the home of sculpture.
b. Socrates died naturally.
c. Socrates was a politician.
d. Socrates did not like to teach people.
e. Socrates was born in 459 B.C.
6. Fill in the gaps with appropriate word
Alfred Nobel was a scientist. He was a (a) _. he (b) his education in Russia. Dynamite was (c) by him. For the (d) of Dynamite he earned a huge some of money. (e) his death he left behind a fabulous sum of money.
7. Rearrange the following sentences in correct order.
a. Mount Everest has fascinated climbers always.
b. But climbing the Everest is difficult and dangerous.
c. It is difficult and dangerous because there is snow all over.
d. There might be snow sides and cracks under ice and snow.
e. Mountaineers are daring people.
f. Mountains look exciting and challenging to them always.
g. Mount Everest is in the Himalayan Mountains.
h. It is in the north of India, between Tibet and Nepal.
i. It was named after an English man named George Everest.
j. He was the first to survey the Himalayas.
8. Fill in the gaps using clues from the boxes. There are more words than necessary.
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