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Class-3rd (English) Olympiad | CANEO

Class-3rd (English) Olympiad - CANEO

Mock Instructions

  • 1. This is Model Question Paper.
  • 2. This is an Online Worksheet.
  • 3. Total Questions-35.
  • 4. Total Time-60 minutes.

Section-1 Basic Structure

Instruction:

(1 to 4)Fill in the blank with the correct article.

Q.1 Maria is ________ intelligent girl.

  • (a) a
  • (b) an
  • (c) the
  • (d) None of these

Q.2 I saw a computer in a shop, ___ computer was too good.

  • (a) a
  • (b) an
  • (c) the
  • (d) None of these

Q.3 Gandhiji was _______ honest patriot.

  • (a) an
  • (b) the
  • (c) a
  • (d) None of these

Q.4 _____ girl who was crowned 'Miss World’ is an Indian.

  • (a) The
  • (b) An
  • (c) A
  • (d) None of these

Instruction:

(5 to 7)Choose the most appropriate word to fill the blank.

Q.5 The cat was sitting _________________ the table.

  • (a) from
  • (b) in
  • (c) before
  • (d) under

Q.6 Aditya _________________ improve his handwriting.

  • (a) want
  • (b) had
  • (c) should
  • (d) may

Q.7 You aren’t from Brazil, _________________?

  • (a) do you
  • (b) are you
  • (c) don’t you
  • (d) doesn’t you

Instruction: Select the answer that identifies the noun in the sentence.

Q.8 The works of many great poets have been placed on reserve.

  • (a) Many
  • (b) Placed
  • (c) Reserve

Section-1 Reading

Instruction:

Read the passage carefully and answer the question that follows.

This is the story of a man who thought he had a right to do what he liked. One day this man was walking along a busy road, spinning his walking stick round and round in his hand and trying to look important. A gentleman walking behind him objected. “You ought not to spin your walking-stick round and round like that!” he said. “I am free to do what I like with my walking-stick”, argued the man.

“Of course you are”, said the other man, but you ought to know that your freedom ends where my nose begins.

The story tells us that we can enjoy our rights and our freedom only if they do not interfere with other people’s rights and freedoms.

Q.9 The man was moving his stick round and round to.

  • (a) Hurt other people
  • (b) Look important
  • (c) Make himself free
  • (d) End his freedom

Q.10 “If they do not interfere with other”. “They” here refers to

  • (a) Rights
  • (b) Ends
  • (c) Other people
  • (d) Rights and freedom

Q.11 A gentleman walking behind the man ___________.

  • (a) Objected
  • (b) Argued
  • (c) Agreed
  • (d) Laughed

Q.12 This is the story of a man who thought _____

  • (a) He was a gentleman.
  • (b) He was civilized.
  • (c) He could spin his walking stick round and round.
  • (d) He had a right to do what he liked.

Q.13 We can enjoy our rights and freedom only ____________.

  • (a) When we are free to do what we like.
  • (b) When we know what freedom actually means.
  • (c) When we can defend our rights.
  • (d) When they do not interfere with other people’s rights and freedoms.

Section-3 Writing and Speaking

Q.14 A person whose job is making and repairing wooden objects is called a

  • (a) plumber
  • (b) carpenter
  • (c) blacksmith
  • (d) mechanic

Section-4 High Order Thinking (HOT):

Instruction :

Read statement I and II. Choose correct answer from the given options.

Q.15 Statement I: Anita write a letter.

Statement II: Boys play football in the ground.

  • (a) Only statement I is correct.
  • (b) Only statement II is correct.
  • (c) Both the statements are correct.
  • (d) Both the statements are incorrect.