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    Conversing In English

    Hot 6 years ago

    Most cricketers, who are not comfortable in conversing in English, go prepared for some standard questions that are asked to them when commentators chat with them during the awards ceremony. Inzamam was once asked a different question after Pakistan won the match, for which he was not prepared. He always had a standard response to the first question. But this time.....

    Tony Greig: So Inzi, that's fantastic, your wife is pregnant for the second time!

    Inzamam: Bismillah-e-Rehman-e-Rahim! All credit goes to the boys. Everyone work hard for it, especially Afridi. It was tight situation when he went in. Also Bob Woolmer keeping close watch on progress and giving instructions. It's all team effort. Insha Allah, we all will work together as a team, put in big effort and deliver good result all the time.

    Speedy Flight

    Hot 4 years ago

    Not realizing that Indianapolis is on Eastern Standard Time and Chicago on Central Standard, a blonde inquired at the Indianapolis airport about a flight to Chicago.
    "The next flight to Chicago departs at 1:00 PM," the ticket agent said, "and arrives at 1:01 PM."
    "Would you mind repeating that, please?" asked the blonde.
    The agent repeated the information and then asked, "Would you care to make a reservation, sir?"
    "No, thank you," replied the blonde, "but I do think I'll stick around and watch that thing take off."

    Most cricketers, who are not comfortable in conversing in English, go prepare for some standard questions that are asked to them when commentators chat with them during the awards ceremony.

    Inzamam was once asked a different question after Pakistan won the match, for which he was not prepared. He always used his standard response to the first question after winning.

    But this time..... Tony Greig: So Inzi, that's fantastic, your wife is pregnant for the second time and u must be happy!

    Inzamam: Bismillah-e- Rehman-e- Rahim! All credit goes to the boys. Everyone work hard for it, especially Afridi. It was tight situation when he went in.

    Also Bob Woolmer was keeping close watch on progress and giving instructions. It's all team effort. Insha Allah, we all will work together as a team, put in big effort and deliver good result all the time and will be able to REPEAT the same result.

    Tony fainted!

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