Solved Smart Syllabus Latest 2021 - 9th English Notes

Solved Smart Syllabus Latest 2021 - 9th English Notes

Solved Smart Syllabus Latest 2021 - 9th English Notes

UNIT NO. 1  THE SAVIOUR OF MANKIND

• Comprehension: Answer the following questions.

  1. What type of land Arabia is?
    Ans: Arabia is a land of unparalleled charm and beauty, with its trackless deserts of sand dunes in the dazzling rays of the very hot sun.
  2. Why was the Holy Quran sent in Arabic?
    Ans: Since it is a language of eloquence, Allah Almighty sent it in Arabic.
  3. For which ability were the Arabs famous?
    Ans: The Arabs were famous for their remarkable memory and ability of eloquence.
  4. What was the condition of mankind before the Rasool (S.A.W)?
    Ans: Mankind stood on the verge of chaos. Civilization had started crumbling. It had fallen victim to wrong beliefs, social evils, cruelty, and injustice.
  5. Why did the Rasool (S.A.W) stay in the cave of Hira?
    Ans: The Rasool (S.A.W) stayed in the cave of the mount Hira for meditation and spent days and weeks in remembrance of Allah Almighty.
  6. What was the first revelation?
    Ans: Read in the of thy Lord Who created; created man from a clot (of congealed blood): Read and thy Lord is most Beautiful, Who taught (the use of) the pen, taught man that which he knew not.  (Qur'an, 96: I -5).
  7. Why did the pagan Arabs threaten the Rasool’s (S.A.W) uncle?
    Ans: Since the belief of Oneness of' God (Tauheed) was threatening the dominance of the Pagan  Arabs in the society, they threatened the Rasool's (S.A.W) uncle.
  8. What did Hazrat Ayesha say about the life of the Rasool?
    Ans: She said, "His morals and characters are the embodiment of the Holy Quran.”

UNIT NO.2 PATRIOTISM
Comprehension
Answer the following questions.

  1. How will you define patriotism?
    Ans: Patriotism is defined as thus: Means love for the motherland or devotion to one's country.
  2. What are the qualities of patriot?
    Ans: A patriot loves his country and is always willing to sacrifice for it when the need arises.
  3. As a citizen of Pakistan, what are your duties towards your country?
    Ans: As a citizen Of Pakistan my first and foremost duty to my country is loyalty to it. I should  always be willing to sacrifice my life for the freedom and honor of my country. I should work hard
    for the progress and prosperity of my country. 
  4. What makes us stay alert in the wake of foreign invasion?
    Ans: it is the spirit of patriotism that makes us stay alert in the wake of foreign invasion.
    5. How will you elaborate on Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s quote? “We must 
    develop a sense of patriotism galvanize us all into one united and strong nation?”
    Ans: If we develop a sense of patriotism we shall not fall prey to disunity, disharmony, provincialism 
    , and disintegration. The spirit of patriotism will keep us united and strong

.UNIT NO. 4
HAZRAT ASMA (R.A)
• Comprehension
Answer the following questions.
1. What happened when Abu Jehl asked about Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A.W)?
Ans. When Abu Jehl asked Hazrat Asma (R.A) about her father's whereabouts, she counters questioned him, "How would I know?" This Infuriated Abu Jehl. He slapped Hazrat Asma's (R.A)
face so hard that her earring fell off. She faced him bravely and did not reveal the secret.
2. Why was Hazrat Abu Quhafaa (R.A) worried?
Ans: Hazrat Abu Quhafaa (R.A) was worried that Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A) had taken all the wealth 
with him leaving him and the children empty handed and helpless.
3. How did Hazrat Asma (R.A) console her grandfather?
Ans. She immediately gathered some pebbles and put them at the place where her father used to 
keep his money and jewels and covered them with a piece of cloth. She called her grandfather and 
told him that her father had left all that for us. He touched the cloth and his concern was alleviated. 
In this way, Hazrat Asma (R.A) consoled her grand-father.
4. Who was Hazrat Abdullah Bin Zubair (R.A)?
Ans: Hazrat Abdullah Bin Zubair (R.A) was the son of Hazrat Asma (R.A).
5. Which incident in the story showed Hazrat Asma’s (R.A) love and respect for the 
Rasool (S.A.W)?
Ans: The role of Hazrat Asma (R.A) played at the time of the migration of the Rasool (S.A.W) 
showed her love and respect for the Rasool (S.A.W). Disbelievers of Makkah were bent upon 
taking the life of Rasool (S.A.W) and were looking for him. She risked her life and supplied food 
to Rasool (R.A) and his father Abu Bakar (R.A) in the cave of Thaur courageously.
6. Which incident in the story tells about the generosity of Hazrat Asma (R.A)?
Ans. When Hazrat Asma (R.A) inherited a garden after the death of her sister Hazrat Ayesha 
(R.A) she sold it and gave away all the money among the poor and the needy. She felt pleasure in 
doing so.
7. What message do you get from the life of Hazrat Asma (R.A)?
Ans: The message we get from the life of Hazrat Asma (R.A) is that one should live a life of bravery, 
truthfulness, piety, generosity, and patience.
8. "Her life would always be a beacon of light for all of us." How?Ans. Hazrat Asma (R.A) was an embodiment of bravery generosity and patience. She had resolute 
faith in Allah Almighty and always showed patience in suffering and hardships. Therefore, her life 
would always be a beacon of light for all of us.
• "She lived a life of hardships but never swerved?" comment.
Ans. Hazrat Asma (R.A) showed patience on every occasion. When Abu Jehl slapped her face for 
not revealing the whereabouts of her father Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A) she faced him out and did not 
reveal the secret. When Hajjah Bin Yousaf hanged her son, Abdullah Bin Zubair, she bore this shock 
with patience and did not show any weakness before Hajjaj, the governor of Iraq. She had a resolute 
faith in Allah and faced every calamity with patience and valor. Had any other woman been in her 
place, she would have surrendered before hardships and sufferings.UNIT NO.5
DAFFODILS
• Comprehension
Answer the following questions.
1. What is the central idea of the poem?
Ans. The central idea of the poem is that it presents before us not only the attractive and exciting 
the beauty of nature but also the purifying and enduring impact of it on human beings.
2. What do daffodils represent in the poem?
Ans. Daffodils represent nature and its impact on human beings.
3. What "wealth" do memories of the scene give to the poet?
Ans. It's about moments in our life that we replay in our memories.
4. List the words that heighten the sound effect in the poem by using the figurative 
language.
Ans. The poet has heightened the impact of the poem by using figurative language such as “they 
stretched in never-ending line” and “ten thousand saw I at a glance”.
? How do you compare the daffodils with the stars?
Ans. The comparison of daffodils with the stars suggests that the daffodils are happy and carefree. 
They flutter and dance beneath the trees in the breeze. The poet lies on the couch, and his heart fills 
with pleasure and he starts dancing with the daffodils. UNIT NO.6
THE QUAID'S VISION AND PAKISTAN
o Comprehension
Answer the following questions.
1. How much confidence did the Quaid-e-Azam have in the nation?
Ans. The Quaid-e-Azam had great confidence in his nation.
2. What was Quaid's concept of our nation?
Ans. Quaid's concept of our nation was that we are one nation on the basis of religion and 
culture.
3. What was the ideology of the Quaid-e-Azam based on?
Ans. The ideology of the Quaid-e-Azam was based on the pivot of the Muslim unity and oneness as 
a nation.
4. What can be the possible solution to our present problems?
Ans. The possible solution to our problems is that we should not fall prey to fatal diseases of 
disunity, disharmony, and disintegration. We should pay heed to the Quaid's warnings and advice.
5. How can we become a strong nation?
Ans. We can become a strong nation if we start to think beyond personal, local, linguistic, ethnic, 
sectarian or provincial identities and prejudices.
? What would the Quaid feel to see the present condition of the country and the 
nation?
Ans. He would have been extremely grief-stricken to see that his nation is falling prey to fatal 
diseases of disunity, disharmony, and disintegration.
? What does the loves of our country demand from us?
Ans. The love of our country demands us that we should think beyond our personal motives and 
make Pakistan a strong and prosperous state.
? What is the result of neglecting the advice of the Quaid?
Ans. We swiftly fell victim to fatal disharmony and disintegration.UNIT NO. 7
THE SULTAN AHMAD MASJID
o Comprehension
Answer the following questions.
1. Why Sultan Ahmad Masjid is also known as Blue Masjid?
Ans: The Sultan Ahmad Masjid is known as the Blue Masjid because of the blue tiles that embellish 
it is interior.
2. Who was appointed as the architect of the masjid?
Ans: Sedefhar Mehmet Aga, was appointed the royal architect of the masjid. 
3. Why was a heavy iron chain hung at the entrance of the court?
Ans. A heavy iron chain was hung at the entrance of the court so that the Sultan had to lower his 
head every time he entered the court in order not to get hit and also as the symbolic gesture, to ensure 
the humility of the ruler in the face of the divine.
4. How does the interior of the masjid look? 
Ans. The interior of the masjid is embellished with blue tiles, which gives it is interior an attractive 
look.
5. Why do you think Madrassah and hospice was part of the masjid?
Ans. I think the Madrassah was for the students who came to acquire Islamic religious education 
and the hospice was for the needy and the destitute.
6. Who constructed the masjid, Sophia?
Ans. Hagia Sophia Masjid was constructed by an Ottoman Caliph.
? What does the 'Royal Kiosk' mean?
Ans. A Royal Kiosk was a small separate room built in for the exclusive use of a Turkish Sultan.

STORY WRITTING
1. An Old Man and his Sons
An old man had three sons. They always used to quarrel with one another. 
He advised them to live in peace. They did not care for it. The old man was very sad. 
He wanted to teach them a lesson. He thought of a plan.
One day he gave them a bundle of sticks. He asked them to break it one by one. They tried their best to break it but failed to do so Then he asked them to untie 
the bundle. He gave one stick to each and asked them to break it. They broke it very 
easily. He advised them to live together like sticks. 
Moral: 
1. Union is strength.
2. Be United.
3. United you stand, divided you fall.
2.Kindness of the Rasool (S.A.W)
Once the Rasool (S.A.W) was going somewhere with his companions. On the way, 
one of his companions saw a nest of sparrows. The sparrows were singing with joy. 
He picked up the sparrow chicks from the nest. All the sparrows came crying. The 
Rasool (S.A.W) asked his companion the reason of their crying. He told that he had 
taken out their chicks. The Rasool (S.A.W) advised him to put back the baby sparrows 
in the nest. He did so. The sparrows felt happy and stopped crying.
Moral: 
l. The Rasool (S.A.W) was benefactor of all the worlds.
2. God is kind to him who is kind to others.
3. Robbers turn good Citizens
Hazrat Sheikh Abdul- Qadir Gilani (God be pleased with him) went out on 
a journey with a caravan. His mother advised him to speak the truth always. A gang 
of robbers fell on his caravan and looted every one of them. A robber came to him and 
asked him if he had something. He told that he had some coins stitched in his shirt. He 
took the boy to his leader. The leader asked him why he had not denied of having 
money. The boy told him about the advice of his mother. It had a deep effect on him. 
He felt sorry for his deeds. He repented and gave up robbery. He returned everything 
to all the members of the caravan and advised his gang to live an honest life.
Moral: 
1. Always speak the truth.
2. Never tell a lie.
3. Self-remorse is a light house to right path.
4. Good, sometimes, comes out of evil.4. A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
There lived two friends in a village. They decided to go to the city for some job and 
set off. There was a forest on their way. They sat under a tree to take rest for some
time. All at once a bear appeared from behind a bush. They were filled with fear. 
One of them climbed up the tree. The other did not know how 'to climb a tree. He 
was in a fix. He had heard that bear did not harm the dead. So, he lay down flat and 
held his breath. bear came to him and sniffed at him. It was convinced that he was 
dead. It left him unhurt. The friend on the tree came down when he saw that the bear 
was away. He asked his friend what the bear had whispered in his ear. The other 
friend replied that the bear had advised him not to trust a selfish friend.
Moral: 
l. Beware of fair-weather friends.
2. Do not trust a selfish friend.
3. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
5. The Boy who Cried Wolf
There lived a shepherd in a village. He used to graze sheep in a jungle. 
One day, he thought of a mischief and began to cry, "Wolf" "Wolf' at the top of his 
voice. The villagers heard it and ran to his help with sticks. They found him stand 
laughing. They took it ill and went back. It was repeated and the villagers did the 
same. This time they decided not to trust him. After some days, a wolf did come 
there. The boy cried "Wolf' many times but nobody came to help him. The wolf 
killed the boy and some of the sheep. 
Moral: 
l. Once a liar, always a liar. 
2. Never tell a lie.
6. A Farmer and his Lazy Sons
Once there lived a farmer. Ile had four sons. All of them were quite lazy 
and did nothing. Ile advised them to work but they did not care for that. At last the 
farmer fell seriously ill. He called all his sons and told them about the treasure lying 
somewhere in the fields. The sons asked him to mark the place but before saying 
something, he died. They did nothing. They began to starve. Soon they were reminded 
of the treasure left by their father. They dug deep the field but they could not find any 
treasure. By doing so the soil was enriched. At last they sowed the land. After some 
days bumper crop grew over there. Then they realized the wisdom of their father. 
They did work hard and became rich.
Moral: 
l. Self-done, well done.
2. Want is the mother of industry.
3. Belly teaches all arts.LETTERS
1. Write a letter to your mother who is worried about your 
health.
Examination Hall, 
City A.B.C.
September 29, 2020
My dear Mother,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! Your letter came to hand. I could not reply soon because 
I was ill. I had a bad cold. I did not attend my school tor four days. The school 
doctor checked me daily and gave me medicines. Now I am all right. You 
need not worry about me.
Salam to all at home.
Your loving son, 
X.Y.Z.
2. Write a letter to your sister congratulating her on success in 
the examination. 
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C.
September 29, 2020
My dear Hina,
Assalam-o-Alaikum. I am very glad to know of your good result. You have 
passed the examination in high first division. You are sure to get a scholarship. 
I congratulate you on your brilliant success. I am sending you the gift of a wrist 
watch.
With best wishes, 
Yours affectionately, 
X.Y.Z 
3. Write a letter to your father requesting him to send you some 
extra funds for payment of hostel dues.
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C.
September 29, 2020
My dear Father,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! You will be happy to know that I stood first in my class. I 
got 750 marks. I gave a party to my class fellows and teachers in this respect. I 
bought some books, note books and a wrist watch. They have emptied my pocket, Now, I have run short of money. I shall be grateful if you send me two thousand 
rupees for the payment of hostel dues. 
Your loving son,
X.Y.Z.
4. Write a letter to your friend congratulating her on her birthday.
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C
September 29, 2020
My dear Rukhsana,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! I am very sorry that I cannot participate in your birthday 
ceremony because of my preparation for the send-up examination to be held 
tomorrow. Anyhow, I congratulate you on your birthday. I have bought a 
special gift for you. I was going to send it to you by post but my father told me 
that you are coming to see us on 15th instant. So, I decided to give it to you 
personally.
Salam to all at home.
Yours sincerely, 
X.Y.Z.
5. Write a letter to your friend requesting him to lend some books.
Examination Hall, 
City A.B.C. 
September 29, 2020
My dear Zia,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! Your letter came to hand. You once told me that you have 
a fine collection of' books on Islamiyat. My examination is over. I want to study 
the history of Islam. Lend me some books. I promise to use them with care. I 
shall return them very soon. 
Thanking you.
Yours sincerely,
X.Y.Z.
6. Write a letter to your friend condoling the death of his mother.
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C
January I l, 2019
My dear Mushtaq,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! I am shocked to know about the sad news of your mother's 
death. She was a noble lady. She was kind to us all. It is a great loss for your 
family. A mother is a great blessing. Nobody can avoid the decree of fate. I 
advise you to face the misfortune with courage. May her soul rest in peace!Yours sincerely,
X.Y.Z.
7. Write a letter to your sister thanking her for a gift.
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C
January I l, 2019
My dear Inam,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! Your letter game to hand. I have also received the watch 
you sent to me. I am very thankful to you. It is beautiful. It keeps correct time. It 
will help me in my examination. I shall use it with care. It will always remind 
me of your love for me. I once again thank you for this gift.
Yours affectionately, 
X.Y.Z.
8. Write a letter to your friend thanking him for the books he lent 
to you.
Examination Hall,
City A.B.C.January 
I l, 2019
My dear Mazhar,
Assalam-o-Alaikum! I have received the books on Islamiyat you lent to me. I 
have started studying one of the books. I am highly thankful to you for this. I 
promise to return them as soon as possible. I thank you once again. 
Yours affectionately, 
X.Y.Z.