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PART 3 1. Do people need to write down goals or simply memorize them?


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PART 3
1. Do people need to write down goals or simply memorize them?
(Give a direct answer to the question) Writing helps. (Explain your reason or reasons) When a
person puts down his thoughts in writing, he gains more insight into it. As you write, you get more ideas, and later they serve as a reference. At moments of exhaustion, when we feel like giving up, these notes help. They serve as a driving factor.

2. Do Indian people usually set goals?


(Give a direct answer to the question) Yes, a lot of them set goals. (Explain your reason or reasons)Most Indians are very resolute when it comes to achieving what they want. Mostly, goals will be related to the creation of wealth. Indians not only set goals but also work hard until it is materialized. (Give an example) A clear example of this would be the number of Indian students studying abroad. They have set goals for themselves during their period of study here, pursued them seriously, and also were successful in making them come true.

3. What are the kinds of goals that are unrealistic?


(Give a direct answer to the question) (Explain your reason or reasons) Goals that are beyond the person's capability and passion are unrealistic. (Give an example) For example, an average student hailing from a middle-class family cannot dream about getting into a top university without a scholarship. Scholarships are reserved for high performers, and fees would be unaffordable. It will be an unrealistic goal.
4. What is more fulfilling working towards a goal or achieving it?
(Give a direct answer to the question) (Explain your reason or reasons) Both of them equally
fulfilling. When working towards a goal, one may encounter a lot of hurdles, and overcoming them builds confidence. The person gets one step closer to the goal. After achieving the goal, it is a sense of accomplishment. The person will become more confident and will be ready to face more challenges.
5. Should parents set goals for their children?
(Give a direct answer to the question) No. (Explain your reason or reasons) Parents should help
children achieve their goals. But the goals should be set by their children. (Give an example) For
example, if the child has a passion for life Sciences, then his goal would be to become a doctor as a teenager. The parent can help the child by paying the fees. But if the parent has already set a goal that his child should become a marine Engineer and forces the kid to pursue it, then the outcome may not be positive.
VOCABULARY
Resolutions (noun) - ( qaror) a firm decision to do or not to do something.
Eg: She made a resolution to stop eating chocolates.

Determination (noun) - (Aniqlash)the quality of being determined; firmness of purpose.


Eg: She succeeded in becoming a Singer because of her determination.

Reference (noun) - (Malumot) the use of a source of information to ascertain something.


Eg: He used the poetries of Wordsworth for reference.

3. Describe a large company that you are interested in


You should say,
● what it is
what it business it does
● how you know about it
● And explain how you feel about it

(what it is) (what business it does) There are many large companies in the world today. One that I’m interested in is “AT&T”. “AT&T” stands for “American Telephone and Telegraph Company”. It is a pioneer in the field of telecommunications. They have carved a niche for themselves in offering broadband and fixed-line telephone services across the world.


(how you know about it) I got to know about it from my cousin who served in the company for nearly five years. He was always my inspiration, and I want to follow his footsteps.
(Explain how you feel about it) We had discussed many things about the company, which increased my desire to work for it. They have a fantastic work culture and ensure work-life balance. I have witnessed it because my cousin took part in the county tennis matches, while he worked there. I had never seen him complaining about work. Also, I have my own plans for settling abroad and amassing wealth. Since my cousin was able to work for five years, it is obvious that the attrition rate is less. I have a fairly good amount of experience with an Indian division of a Korean telecommunications company. So, I’m sure I will be able to crack the interview with “AT&T”. Currently, I’m working on an important assignment upon completion of which, I will apply for “AT&T

PART 3


1. Are there many big companies in your country?
(Give a direct answer to the question) Yes, there are a lot of them. (Explain your reason or reasons)India is home to several IT Giants like Infosys, Wipro, TCS, and Tech Mahindra. There are also many foreign investment banks like Société Generale, Goldman Sachs, and Wells Fargo.
2. What are the good things about working for a big company?
(Give a direct answer to the question) (Explain your reason or reasons) The pay package would be very high. Attrition rates would be low. There would be a lot of opportunities for international travel. There would be many additional benefits like insurance, perks, and bonuses.

3. Should big companies donate more to charities?


(Give a direct answer to the question) They should. (Explain your reason or reasons) Now CSR or Corporate social responsibility is made law in India. The aim is to pressurize society's wealthier sections to help the poor and help eradicate social inequalities in the nation. There are many trusts set up by the wealthy industrialists to build schools and Universities.
4. Is it difficult to get a promotion in a large company?
(Give a direct answer to the question) Not at all. (Explain your reason or reasons) Be it a large
company or small company, it is up to the person to get himself noticed. Large companies have
many divisions within them. So, if one project does not offer the required growth, there is no need to quit the company. You can switch to another project with ease, which is not possible in a small company.
5. Should big companies be punished more seriously if they break the law?
(Give a direct answer to the question) Undoubtedly, yes. (Explain your reason or reasons) Big
companies generate more revenue and are symbols of national pride. So, they should be more
responsible in ensuring that they abide by the law. They should be punished harder because they bring down the nation's image in the international arena.
VOCABULARY
Giant (adj) - (Ulkan)of very great size or force, gigantic.
Eg: Mittal is a giant in the steel manufacturing business.

Pressurize (verb) - (bosish)attempt to persuade or coerce (someone) into doing something.


Eg: Her father pressurized her to study maths.

Eradicate (verb) - (Yo'q qilish)destroy completely; put an end to.


Eg: The political party came to power with the promise that it will eradicate poverty.

Abide (verb) - (Qilmoq)gaccept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation)


Eg: John agreed to abide by the rules of the organisation.

4. Describe an interesting animal you have seen


You should say,
● what it was
● where you saw it
● what it was doing
● and explain why it was interesting.
(what it was) (where you saw it) My Company had organised a trip to Thekkady in Kerala. On reaching there, we had boating around a river. While we were on the boat, we saw beautiful landscapes, tall trees and the whole area was just splendid. It seemed more like a forest, and suddenly one of my friends started jumping in joy. We turned towards her and were equally surprised to see a tiger roaming in the woods. We were at a safe distance from the bank. So we enjoyed seeing the wild animal without fear.(what it was doing) (explain why it was interesting) It was around 3:00 PM. I was looking keenly into its eyes. Those powerful ones, capable of nocturnal vision. I’ve watched the tiger pounce on its prey on the television, but never got a chance to see it live. It roamed hither and thither and seemed to be searching for something. Slowly, it came near the water and then went back to the tall trees. It kept doing the same thing for over three times. Then it sat down on the grass, opening its mouth wide open. The canines were very much visible. The yellow and white stripes on it were glistening. It was such a spectacular sight. Slowly, it got up and moved towards the tall trees and into the woods. As the boat moved further, we lost sight of it.
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