Good Morning, fellow students and Teachers,
Today I will be talking about the topic “Never
Judge a book by its cover”.
Never judge a book by its cover is a saying
the meaning is never Judge someone
or something by what they look like.
If you didn’t play with a person when they
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Writing Topic :
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
One should never judge a person by external appearances.
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Homework # 11
Never Judge a Book by It’s Cover
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