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An interesting news story that you watched on TV An Interesting news story that you read in paper An interesting place in your Home Town (Favourite Restaurant) Changes in your life A positive change in your life Educational tour (museum) Family apart from your family A Family you like Polluted City Law which is good Law which is good A time when you helped someone Best Friend (A person with whom you like to spend time with) Favourite movie ( BAGHBAN) Story Of A Film („Bend It like Beckam‟) Story Of A Film („Pinjar‟) A book you read recently (Pinjar) Historical Place (Golden Temple) A famous person you would like to meet A book you read recently (Wings of Fire) Photograph An event which made you happy (Recent happy event) Website Favourite room Place with lots of water {Anjana Beach ( a visit to a sea shore )} A place with lots of water ( Sukhna lake) An activity you would like to do more often My Hobbies Favourite Magazine A time when you were stuck in a traffic jam An animal you like the most (Strange/ seen for the first time)- Elephant An animal you like the most (Strange/ seen for the first time)- Snakes What you like to wear on special occasions (boys) What you like to wear on special occasions (girls) Favourite building/ historic building/ Taj Mahal Something you did not want to learn earlier but now you want to A course you would like to do in future A concert or a live performance An advice you gave someone A house you‟ve been to ( not your own…...

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