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A. In our childhood and growing up years, we were taught to pray to and worship the pictures and idols of the Gods of our own religions. A few years later, we were taught to read books like Bhagwad Gita, Bible and Quran, as there were lots of valuable lessons to be learnt from them.


B. We should respect our parents because they made our life comfortable with all their hard efforts and we should also respect our teachers because they helped us grow as better students and responsible citizens through their constant guidance.


C. The message that we get from nature is to save the environment and maintain ecological balance. We are taught to live in harmony with nature and recognise God's presence in our natural surroundings.


D. When an obstacle such as a heavy boulder or fallen trees block the flow of a river, it will never stop flowing. It will just fight to remove the obstacle or flow in a different path to move on. Thus, it teaches us to be aggressive and brave while facing obstacles in our life by keeping our fighting spirit alive.


(e) (ii) advised


(f) (i) search


(g) (iv)useful


(h) (ii) friendship


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