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PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION GRADE – 5 YEAR 2007 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. Which sentence is in the correct past indefinite tense? (a) A little lamb lives near a pond (b) A little lamb will live near a pond (c) A Little lamb lived near a pond (d) A little lamb has lived near a pond Q. No.2. The sentence in Present Indefinite is (a) He heard a Voice. (b)He has heard a Voice (c) He will hear a Voice (d)He hears a Voice Q. No.3. The ____ is barking. (a) Lion (b) Donkey (c) Dog (d) Wolf Q. No.4. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) l like green red and blue colours? (b) I like green, red and blue colours. (c) I like green, red, blue colours? (d) I like Green, Red, Blue colours. Q. No.5. A____ delivers letters. (a) Policeman (b) Postman (c) Driver (d) Soldier Q. No.6. The group of words which are all parts of body is (a) Ear, cat arm, nose (b) Bat, ball, ear, arm (c) Eyes, arms, nose, eat (d) Cheeks, knee, arms, nose Q. No.7. Mend means __________ (a) Repair (b) Break (c) Wash (d) Insect Q. No.8. The correct sentence is (a) Pakistan I live in (b) In Pakistan live I (c) I live in Pakistan. (d) In I live Pakistan Q. No.9. The group of words with all nouns is (a) Chair, arm, fly, cat (b) Friends, brothers, game, boy (c) Balloon, Saleem, birds, eat (d) Khalid, read, book, toys Q. No.10. The traffic goes on the _____ of the road (a) Right (b) Left (c) Centre (d) Under Q. No.11. The group of words which has all verbs is (a) Eat, drink, play, kite (b) Eat, laugh, drink, and class room (c) Eat, drink, play, laugh (d) Eat, drink, play, and fruit Q. No.12. Aslam is _______ his brother (a) Tall (b) Taller than (c) Tallest (d) The tallest Q. No.13. _________ moves the Slowest. (a) Aero plane (b) Motorcycle (c) Car (d) Bicycle Q. No.14. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence “Mother is Peeling and cutting the Vegetables” is Q. No.15. Which month comes before July? (a) June (b) May (c) December (d) March Q. No.16. A Soldier _____ for his country. (a) Fighting (b) Fights (c) Will fight (d) Has fight Q. No.17. The Correct Present Continuous Sentence is (a) He reads a book. (b) He has read a book. (c) He has been reading a book. (d) He is reading a book. Q. No.18. The group of words with all singulars is (a) Potatoes, Brinjal, Sofa, Bus (b)Lamp, box, caps, hand

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(d) Peas, dolls, Cass, boys Q. No.19. No sentence is complete with out. (a) Adjective (b) Noun (c) Verb (d) Pronoun Q. No.20. A Question mark is put at (a) The end of every Question. (b) The Start of every Question. (c) The middle of every Question. (d) The Top of every Question. Q. No.21. Which is the garment? (a) Peas (b) Jacket (c) Tomato (d) Cabbage Q. No.22. Which one of the following is a common noun? (a) Akbar (b) Lahore. (c) Girl. (d) Abida. Q. No.23. Which one of the following is a proper Noun? (a) Chair (b) Apple (c) Pakistan (d) Door. Q. No.24. Match the Noun “Letter” with Suitable Words. (a) Driver (b) Stand (c) Wood Work (d) Postman. Q. No.25. The correct translation of Sentence. (a) “This is my ball” Said the cat. (b) “This is me ball” Said the cat. (c) “This is I ball” Said the cat (d) “This is own ball” Said the cat Q. No.26. The Correct Word for Like a diamond in the _____ (a) Tray (b) Day. (c) Sky. (d) Hay. Q. No.27. The Correct interrogative sentence. (a) What is Seeema doing? (b) What doing Seema is (c) What doing is Seema (d) Is What Seema doing? Q. No.28. What is the plural of word Foot? (a) Foots. (b) Feets (c) Feet (d) Faet. Q. No.29. The correct sentence (a) First of all they make paste with Clay. (b) First of all make they paste with Clay (c) First of all paste they make with Clay (d) First of all with Clay they make paste. Q. No.30. The opposite word of “Happy” (a) Mad (b) Made (c) Sade (d) Sad PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION GRADE – 5 YEAR 2007 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS. Q. No.31. Read the Paragraph and answer the Questions. All the animals went to lamb’s house. In the evening when the four friends and the little lamb saw the wolf coming near the house they all jumped at him and kicked him with their legs. The donkey kicked him so hard that the wolf went rolling in to the pond and was drown for ever. 1- What did all the animals do? 2- How the Wolf was treated? 3- What Happened with the wolf? Q. No.32. Write the Pronouns used in the following paragraph Aslam is our neighbour. He Lives near our house. Aslam and his wife make clay pottery. They are Potters. One day I went to visit them. Aslam wife Bano was shaping a pot on the Wheel. It went round and round. While the wheel was moving she shaped the pot with both hands. Q. No.33. Read the Passage and answer the questions Passage: Just then, a crow flew by and made a hole in the balloon with his sharp beak. The balloon started coming down towards the earth luckily, Shaista and saleem landed on a large and huge pole of hay (a) Who made a hole in the balloon? (b) What happened when the hole was made? (c) Where did Shaista and Saleem land? Q. No.34. Choose the words and fill in the blanks a) giving, b) vegetables, c) tea, d) tray, e) mixing Now they are making ______________. Mother is coming in with ______________. She is putting the vegetable _____________ on the table. Seema is ______________ a cup of tea. Zeenat is _____________ sugar in the tea. PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION MODEL PAPER GRADE – 5 YEAR 2007 English Part-A

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(MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS) TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 1. The meal taken in the morning is called. (a) breakfast (b) lunch (c) Dinner (d) supper 2. The sentence in the present tense is (a) I will play cricket. (b) I played cricket. (c) I play cricket. (d) I had played cricket. 3. Which month comes before June? (a) January (b) July (c) May (d) August 4. Who is in the picture with the child?

(a) Postman (b) Teacher (c) Pilot (d) Doctor 5. We usually have a holiday on (a) Wednesday (b) Sunday (c) Monday (d) Tuesday 6. The color of the sky is (a) Black (b) Red (c) Blue (d) Yellow 7. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Would, Never (b) Much, Bigger (c) Afraid, Again (d) Toys, Boys 8. The correct sentence in the present indefinite tense is (a) She go to school. (b) She is go to school. (c) She goes to school. (d) She is goes to school. 9. “Mend” means (a) break (b) wash (c) repair (d) send. 10. The group of all common nouns is (a) Islamabad, holiday, Alladin, princess (b) chair, arm, eyes, kite (c) baloon, Saleem, birds, friends (d) trees, Zohra, peacock, ball 11. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Where going are you? (b) Are going you where? (c) Are you going where?. (d) Where are you going? 12. The group with all parts of body is (a) cats, ear, arms, nose (b) ear, arm, bat, ball. (c) eyes, nose, ears, feet (d) kite,cheeks, knee, happy 13. Which is correct translation of the sentence?

(a) He wanted to drink water. (b) He will drink water. (c) He drinks water. (d) He wants to drink water. 14. Which is correct translation of the sentence? (a) I study there where I go to school everyday. (b) I shall go to school daily and study there. (c) I go to school daily and study there. (d) I went to school and study there. 15. Which is correct urdu translation of the sentence “The Little Lamb was thirsty”

16. Which is correct urdu translation of the sentence

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“I go to school at 8:00 am

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17. Which is correct Urdu translation of the sentence? “ Sara is playing near the tree”

18. Read the passage carefully and circle the best answer. He is my friend. His name is Ijaz. He is bringing clay on his donkeys. We will make paste with the clay and then we will make some more pots and clay toys. I like my friend very much. The passage is about (a) donkey (b). toys (c) pots (d). friend 19. The group of words with all animals is. (a) Hare, Tortoise, Lion, Parrot (b) Dog, Friend, Cat, Cow (c) Zebra, Cow, Cat, Lion (d) Dogs, Boys, Peacock, Fish 20. The correct negative form of the sentence “He plays hockey” is. (a) He does not play hockey (b) He does not plays hockey (c) He does hockey not play (d) He plays not hockey. 21. The group of words with all singulars is. (a) Potatoes, Brinjal, Football, Fans (b) Peas, Sofa, Bus, Doll, (c) Cauliflower, Box, Chair, Arms. (d) Lamp, Box, Cap, Hand 22. The group of words with all plurals is (a) Men, Knives, Chairs, Bushes (b) Piano, Wife, Poets, Cars. (c) Teachers, Boys, Postman, Doctors (d) Nurse. Drivers, Soldiers, Pilots 23. The sentence with the correct degree of the adjective is. (a) A hare runs fast than a tortoise (b) A hare runs faster than a tortoise (c) A hare runs fastest than a tortoise (d) A hare runs more fast than a tortoise 24. The correct form of the verb in the following sentence is “ The cat is______________ with a ball now.” (a) Play (b) Playing (c) Plays (d) played 25. The correct preposition in the following sentence is

“The ball is ________________the chair.” (a) on (b) in (c) under (d) at 26. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) a little lamb lived near a pond (b) A little, lamb lived near a pond. (c) A little Lamb lived near a pond. (d) A little lamb lived near a pond. 27 Choose the correct degree of adjective to complete the sentence . Aslam is the_________________ of all the boys. (a) Tall (b) Taller

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(c) Tallest (d) The most talles 28. Which one of the following is a vegetable? (a) Banana (b) Grape

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(c) Cabbage (d) Apple 29. What does shine in the sky daily at night? (a) Rocket (b) Aero plane (c) Kite (d) Moon 30. Which one of the following is the fastest? (a) Bicycle (b) Aero plane (c) Motorcycle (d) Car MODEL PAPER GRADE – 5 YEAR 2007 English Part-B (Open Ended Questions) TIME ALLOWED: 30 minutes Q.31. i. What is the name of your favourite book? ii. Write two sentences about your favourite book. iii. Why do you like this book? iii. Why do you like this book? Q.32. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions. A soft, white, little lamb lived near a pond with his mother. One day his mother went to fetch some food for him. She told the little lamb to stay in the house and not to go alone near the pond. After sometime the little lamb felt thirsty and wanted to drink water. So he went to the pond. i. Who lived with the lamb? ii. What did the mother say to the lamb? iii. Why did the lamb go to the pond? Q.33. Complete the story using hints given below. Hints:- alone, saw, dog , ball, friends A cat and a dog became __________________ .One day, when they were walking in the garden, they__________________ a big ball. They were happy to see the_________________. “This is my ball.” Said the cat.“ “No, I will play __________________ with this ball.” The dog said in an angry voice. Q.34. Write a paragraph about the picture.

GRADE-5 EXAMINATION-2008 Version 1 ENGLISH Part-(A) (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS) TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour Q. No.1. At the end of every question sentence (a) a full stop is put. (b) a comma is put. (c) a question mark is put (d) stop with a capital letter Q. No.2. The rhyming word of “About” is (a) Wrong (b) Out (c) black (d) brother Q. No.3. The word “slight” means (a) angry argument (b) to become angry (c) follow (d) small Q. No.4. While writing the name of a country (a) Start with a small letter. (b) Start with a capital letter. (c) Stop with a capital letter. (d) Stop with a small letter. Q. No.5. Which seasons are mentioned in the poem “The road” (a) autumn, spring (b) autumn, summer (c) autumn, winter (d) winter, summer Q. No.6. The Muslims follow the ___ of their Holy prophet. (a) love (b) courage (c) Sunnah (d) dream Q. No.7. The group of words which are all seasons. (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) Spring, Autumn, Winter Q. No.8. The national flag is _______. (a) our dear homeland (b) looks beautiful on August 14th (c) flies for ever (d) the symbol of a country Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals. (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra

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(c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books, Q. No.10. The name of a person, place or a thing is called (a) article (b) verb (c) noun (d) adjective

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Q. No.11. What are elephant’s two teeth called? (a) new teeth (b) old teeth (c) trunk (d) tusks Q. No.12. The opposite word of the “head” is:(a) hair (b) arm (c) nose (d) foot Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. The sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The dog barks. (b) The dog is barking. (c) The dog was barking. (d) The dog barked. Q. No.15. The sentence in Past Indefinite Tense is (a) She loves her lamb very much. (b) She loved her lamb very much. (c) She was loving her lamb very much. (d) She had loved her lamb very much. Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing. (c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. Which one of the following is true? (a) Quaid-e-Azam was born on November 25. (b) Quaid-e-Azam was born on November 05. (c) Quaid-e-Azam was born on December 25. (d) Quaid-e-Azam was born on December 15. Q. No.18. The correct translation of Urdu sentence. Is

(a) He goes for a morning walk. (b) He likes to go for a morning walk. (c) He liked to go for a morning walk. (d) He is going for a morning walk. Q. No.19. Which one of the following is common noun? (a) Naghma (b) Lahore (c) Abid (d) Girl Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossom s (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence “He takes keen interest in his studies.”

Q. No.22. The group of words which are all the months in a year (a) Monday, April, May (b) Sunday, Monday, June (c) Monday, Tuesday, April (d) April, May, June Q. No.23. Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated in the month of (a) Shawal (b) Moharram (c) Zilhajj (d) Ze-Quaa’d Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. The group of words having all Singulars is (a) finger, hands, heads (b) shoulders, hands, foot (c) nose, heads, necks (d) finger, leg, foot Q. No.26. The apple is ____ the plate. (a) under (b) near (c) in (d) on Q. No.27. The group of the words having all verbs is (a) play, write, pen (b) eat, drink, player (c) play, write, apple (d) come, write, play

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Q. No.28. The group of words having all adjectives is (a) paper, books, bags (b) pen, pencils, book (c) strong, honest, beautiful (d) fly, foot, tooth Q. No.29. The negative form of the sentence “I like your new bag.” is

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(a) I does not like your new bag. (b) I am not like your new bag. (c) I do not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument (c) to play (d) to follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 ENGLISH Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes. Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end. Sadia and Aslam were very happy. They were going for shopping with their mother. They wanted to buy clothes for Eid. Their mother wanted to buy new things for the house. They left home after breakfast in the morning. Aslam stopped a taxi. The driver asked for 100 rupees as fare to the market. This was high. So, they decided to go by rickshaw (a) Why were they going for shopping? (1) (b) How did they go to the market? (2) (c) What did mother want to buy? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) White, tread, snow, summer, winter. When ___________ dust or __________ snow Makes________ the road where on we go We’ll __________ them gaily to and fro Oho! The dust ……. Aha! The ________ Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. What does white colour stand for in our flag (1) 2. Why are sports and games important? (2) 3. What do Muslims do on Eid-ul-Azha? (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My chair”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION-2008 Version 2 ENGLISH Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour Q. No.1. The colour of the uniform shirt in lesson “My Classroom” is (a) red. (b)White (c) grey (d) blue Q. No.2. The sentence in Past Indefinite is (a) Huma liked chips. (b) Huma likes chips. (c) Huma will like chips. (d) Huma has liked chips. Q. No.3. The biggest animal is (a) lion (b) tiger (c) horse (d) elephant Q. No.4. The opposite word of the “earth” is (a) sky (b) moon (c) sun (d) crescent Q. No.5. At the end of every simple statement we put (a) a capital letter (b) a comma (c) a question mark (d) a full stop Q. No.6. In “Autumn” (a) leaves fall and change colour (b) there are new leaves (c) flowers blossom (d) trees are planted Q. No.7. The group of the words which are all seasons. (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) Spring, Autumn, Winter Q. No.8. The rhyming word of “back” is (a) wrong (b) black (c) night (d) another Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra (c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books Q. No.10. The group of the words has all the days of a week? (a) Sunday, Monday, April (b) May, June, July (c) Friday, Monday, Sunday (d) Monday, Sunday, June Q. No.11. The green colour in flag stands for (a) Non Muslims (b) The Muslims

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(c) The Christians (d) The Hindus Q. No.12. Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) took his son to (a) an open place (b) a market (c) a garden (d) a mountain Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is

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(a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. The correct translation of Urdu sentence is

(a) We shall wear the school uniform. (b) We are wearing the school uniform. (c) We wear the school uniform. (d) We wore the school uniform. Q. No.15. Which one of the following is a proper noun? (a) Masjid (b) Naghma (c) Table (d) Girl Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing. (c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) put the knife on the throat of his son with great_____. (a) love (b) Sunnah (c) courage (d) dream Q. No.18. Which two seasons are mentioned in the poem “The Road”? (a) summer, winter (b) spring, summer (c) summer, autumn (d) spring, autumn Q. No.19. May Allah keep our flag __________. (a) our dear homeland. (b) looks beautiful on August 14th (c) the symbol of a country (d) flying for ever Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossoms (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The sentence in Present Indefinite Tense is (a) He has given the crow water in a bowl. (b) He gave the crow water in a bowl. (c) He will give the crow water in a bowl. (d) He gives the crow water in a bowl. Q. No.22. The sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) Mr. Khan was walking. (b) Mr. Khan is walking (c) Mr. Khan walked. (d) Mr. Khan walks. Q. No.23. The meaningful sentence is (a) Fly the air in birds the. (b) The air fly in the air. (c) The birds fly in the air. (d) In the air the birds fly. Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. The rat is sitting ______ the lion. (a) in (b) of (c) near (d) under Q. No.26. The group of words having all singulars is (a) lion, tiger, dog (b) feet, nose, head (c) men, boy, girl (d) potatoes, peas, carrots Q. No.27. The group of words having all plurals is (a) school, houses, gardens (b) books, pencils, bag (c) boys, girl, students (d) men, women, children Q. No.28. The group of words having all verbs is (a) write, play, paper (b) go, write, table (c) drink, eat, go (d) go, eat, pencil Q. No.29. The negative form of the sentence ”She knows the answer.” is (a) She did not know the answer. (b) She do not know the answer. (c) She was no know the answer. (d) She does not know the answer.

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Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument (c) to play (d) to follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS

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TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end of the paragraph. Our teacher takes the roll call when we come to the class. There are thirty students in all. We sit on chairs and have desks to write on. We wear the school uniform which is a white shirt with grey trousers. Our uniform is clean and properly ironed. The walls of the room are covered with maps and chart pictures of our national heroes put up on the boards (1) What do you wear as uniform? (1) (2) How many students are there in the class? (1) (3) Who takes the roll call? (1) (4) What do we have on the walls of the room? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) Wrong, right start, knew, strong. The _________ of it was slight, The end of it was __________. He said he was _________. I _________ he was ___________. Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. Who quarrelled with whom? 2. What happened when Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) began to slaughter his son? (2) 3. Write names of the season in a year? (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My Classroom”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 3 ENGLISH Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour Q. No.1. The correct translation of Urdu sentence

(a) Our flag stood for the unity of the people. (b) Our flag was for the unity of the people. (c) Our flag stands for the unity of the people. (d) Our flag for the unity of the people is standing. Q. No.2. Which one of the following is a noun? (a) make (b) play (c) write (d) table Q. No.3. They wanted to buy Clothes for ____________ (Lesson: Going Shopping) (a) Party. (b) Eid. (c) Winter. (d) Summer. Q. No.4. The white part in the flag stands for (a) The Muslims (b) The Hindus (c) The Christians (d) The Non Muslims Q. No.5. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence “The coldest time of the year is called winter.”

Q. No.6. The group of the words which has all parts of body? (a) forehead, nose, chin (b) chair, nose, chin (c) finger, arm, table (d) wrist, body, pen Q. No.7. The group of the words which are all seasons. (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) spring, autumn, winter

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Q. No.8. Eid-ul-Azha reminds us of the sacrifice of (a) Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) (b) Hazrat Ismail (A.S.) (c) Hazrat Ibrahim (A. S.) (d) Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (R.A.) Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra (c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books

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Q. No.10. The rhyming word of “wrong” is (a) strong (b) night (c) slight (d) brother Q. No.11. At the end of every question sentence we put (a) a full stop (b) a capital word (c) a question mark (d) a comma Q. No.12. We begin a new sentence with (a) a small letter (b) a capital letter (c) a question mark (d) a comma Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. “Lahore” is (a) adjective (b) verb (c) common noun (d) proper noun Q. No.15. What is the colour of our national flag? (a) green and black (b) green and yellow (c) green and white (d) green and pink Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing. (c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. The group of words having all verbs is (a) potatoes, tomatoes, peas (b) drink, like, table (c) make, play, write (d) play, read, chair Q. No.18. _____ fall in autumn. (a) trees (b) trunks (c) snow (d) leaves Q. No.19. The group of words having all plurals is (a) men, women, children (b) paper, bags, books (c) bags, schools, copy (d) pens, pencil, books Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossom (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The meaningful sentence is (a) loves to work in the garden Shahmeer (b) Shameer in the garden loves to work. (c) Shahmeer loves in the garden to work. (d) Shahmeer loves to work in the garden. Q. No.22. The sentence in Past Indefinite Tense is (a) Najma sees a thirsty crow. (b) Najma is seeing a thirsty crow. (c) Najma saw a thirsty crow. (d) Najma will see a thirsty crow. Q. No.23. The sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) Salma is writing a letter. (b) Salma wrote a letter. (c) Salma wrote a letter. (d) Salma was writing a letter. Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. The sentence in Present Indefinite Tense is (a) A little lamb lived near a pond. (b) A little lamb lives near a pond. (c) A little lamb will live near a pond. (d) A little lamb has lived near a pond. Q. No.26. This day _______ us of the great sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.). (a) reminds (b) courage (c) love (d) dream Q. No.27. Match the adjective “Islamic” with a suitable noun. (a) river (b) calendar (c) reward (d) morning Q. No.28. Two seasons mentioned in the poem “The Road” are (a) winter, spring (b) summer, spring (c) winter, autumn (d) winter summer

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Q. No.29. The negative form of the sentence “I know” is (a) I did not know. (b) I does not know. (c) I am not know. (d) I do not know. Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument (c) to play (d) to follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 English Part-(B)

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OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end of the paragraph. The Muslims follow the Sunnah of their great prophet. They distribute the meat of the animals among their relatives and the poor. The great sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) teaches us a lesson. We should be ready to sacrifice everything for Allah. He will give us big reward in return. (1) Where do we distribute the meat? (1) (2) What does the great sacrifice teach us? (2) (3) Why do the Muslims sacrifice animals? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) heads, who, passing, you, bow _____ has seen the wind? Neither ______ nor I. But when the trees ________ down their _________. The wind is ____________ by. Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. What does the green colour in our flag stands for? (1) 2. What do games help us to forget? (2) 3. Write the names of seasons in a year (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My Teacher”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 4 ENGLISH Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour. Q. No.1. Pakistan came into being on ___________ 1947. (a) 16th August (b) 17th August (c) 14th August (d) 20 August Q. No.2. “Symbol” means (a) Sign (b) Spot (c) Express (d) Flag Q. No.3. The accurate Urdu translation of the sentence “She is very punctual” is

Q. No.4. The outdoor games are like (a) Ludo, Badminton, Table tennis, cricket (b) Table tennis, swimming, Rowing, Hockey (c) Drama, Debates, Puppet show, cricket. (d) Hockey, cricket, Football, rugby Q. No.5. Which month comes after February? (a) April (b) May (c) March (d) June Q. No.6. The group of words having all garments (a) Carrot, Mint, cabbage, (b) Shirt, Jacket, Sherwani (c) Pear, mango, Banana (d) cups, Glasses, Spoons, Plates Q. No.7. The group of the words which are all seasons (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) Spring, Autumn, Winter Q. No.8. The group of words which are all plurals (a) Window, Doors, Gates, Tables (b) Pens, pencil, marker, ball-points, (c) Flies, Wasps, Bees, Men

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(d) Boys, Girls, Man, child Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra (c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books Q. No.10. The group of words having all verbs (a) Sit, Wear, Enjoy, cover (b) Neat, Clean, Big, sit (c) Class, School, Enjoy, Room (d) Sit, Rows, Wear, Desks Q. No.11. The correct negative sentence is (a) It not over crowded room is.

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(b) It is over crowded not room an. (c) It over crowded is not room. (d) It is not an over-crowded room. Q. No.12. The correct sentence is (a) A little lamb near a pond lived. (b) A lamb little lived near a pond. (c) Lamb a little pond lived near. (d) A little lamb lived pond a near. Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. The correct words of the numbers 239 are (a) Two hundred and ninety three. (b) Two hundred and thirty nine. (c) Two hundred and thirty two. (d) Two hundred and thirty eight. Q. No.15. The sentence in Past Indefinite Tense is (a) He was drinking water from the well. (b) He is drinking water from the well. (c) He drinks water from the well. (d) He drank water from the well. Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing. (c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. The group of word with all common nouns is (a) Morning, likes, live, father (b) Sunday, much, plant, helping (c) School, garden, plant, water (d) Please, garden, father, reply Q. No.18. The group of words with all proper nouns is (a) Naz, Glass, Table, Pencil (b) Pen, Aslam, paper, Zoo (c) Ali, Shahmeer, Ahmad, Lahore (d) Father, Morning, School, Garden Q. No.19. There are _____ seasons in year. (a) Ten (b) Two (c) Forty (d) Four Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossom (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The exact set of the rhyming words is (a) Quarrelled, brother (b) Another, slight (c) Strong, another (d) night, right Q. No.22. July is the ________ month of the year. (a) 7th (b) 1st (c) 2nd (d) 3rd Q. No.23. ______is the 5th day of the week. (a) Wednesday (b) Thursday (c) Friday (d) Saturday Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. What did Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) see in his dream? (a) A goat (b) A camel (c) His son (d) An ox Q. No.26. The word “expensive” means (a) High priced (b) Reduced price (c) Not high priced (d) Not low price Q. No.27. Winter season is (a) Hot season (b) Autumn (c) Spring (d) cold season Q. No.28. What does the poem “The Quarrel” teach us? (a) To quarrel (b) Not to quarrel (c) To be honest (d) To be brave

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Q. No.29. What do you say when you meet someone in the morning? (a) God afternoon (b) Good evening (c) Good morning (d) Good night Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument (c) to play (d) to follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes

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Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end of the paragraph. The coldest time of year is called winter. In some parts of Pakistan, there is snowfall. One can enjoy oranges, dry fruits and indoor games during winter. In autumn leaves fall and change their colours. It gives a new look to plants and tree. (1) In which season does the snow fall? (1) (2) What can we enjoy in winter? (2) (3) What happens in Autumn? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) Right, along, So, wrong, can And Said, Oh, come _________! We ________ go on all right I was in the ___________ ___ he was in the ________ Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. In which season do flowers bloom? (1) 2. What does the green colour in our flag stand for? (2) 3. What do Muslims do on Eid-ul-Azha? (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My Father”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 5 ENGLISH Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour Q. No.1. When we meet someone at 4 p.m., we say (a) Good morning (b) Good evening (c) Good night (d) Good afternoon Q. No.2. The correct set of rhyming words is (a) Sunshine, well (b) Plain, Rain (c) Rain, Sky (d) Delightful, Plain Q. No.3. The fish lives in _______. (a) Jungle (b) Hole (c) Water (d) House Q. No.4. What is on the flag of Pakistan? (a) Crescent and Sun (b) Crescent and star (c) Star and Sun (d) Moon and Star Q. No.5. The group of words with all common nouns is (a) Body, Mind, Hockey, Recreation (b) Refresh, mind, energy, popular (c) Mind, Sports, Busy, Healthy (d) Hockey, Popular Busy, Games Q. No.6. What is the symbol of a country? (a) A bird (b) An animal (c) A flag (d) Buntings Q. No.7. The group of the words which are all seasons (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) Spring, Autumn, Winter Q. No.8. February is the ________ month of the year (a) 2nd (b) 9th (c) 10th (d) 3rd Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra (c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books Q. No.10. The apple is _______ the plate. (a) at (b) over (c) in (d) of Q. No.11. A full stop is used (a) At the end of a complete sentence. (b) When a sentence is started (c) At the end of an interrogative sentence (d) When the names of two or more things occur Q. No.12. Which is the longest river in Pakistan (a) Ravi (b) Chenab (c) Indus (d) Sutleg

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Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. The group of words with all Adjectives is (a) Players, Rules, Ludo, Indoor (b) Important, Popular, Busy, Healthy (c) Hockey, Football, Popular, Play (d) Game, Become Busy, Mate Q. No.15. There are ________ days in a week. (a) Four (b) Five (c) Six (d) Seven Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing.

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(c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. Winter season is (a) Hot season (b) Spring (c) Cold season (d) Autumn Q. No.18. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) He is seeing a thirsty crow. (b) He saw a thirsty crow. (c) He has seen a thirsty crow. (d) He sees a thirsty crow. Q. No.19. The correct words of the numbers 875 are (a) Eight hundred and seventy one (b) Eight hundred and seventy five (c) Eight hundred and seventy four (d) Eight hundred and seventy six Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossom (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) He played with a ball (b) He is playing with a ball. (c) He plays with a ball. (d) He is play with a ball. Q. No.22. The correct pronoun which can be used in blank space is __________ is flying a kite. (a) They (b) You (c) He (d) I Q. No.23. Complete the following line with the suitable pronoun. Neither I nor _______ play Cricket (a) You (b) us (c) them (d) it. Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. The group of words which are all helping verbs (a) Play, has, have, can (b) Are, is, do, did (c) Will, Shall, Was, Where (d) want, live, should, do Q. No.26. The correct negative sentence is (a) He does not get up early in the morning. (b) He was not get up early in the morning. (c) He is not get up early in the morning. (d) He do not get up early in the morning. Q. No.27. The meaningful sentence is (a) My father doctor is a (b) Father doctor my or is. (c) Doctor my father is a. (d) My father is a doctor. Q. No.28. The white colour in our flag stands for (a) The whole nation (b) The people of Pakistan (c) Minorities (d) Muslims Q. No.29. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence "She prepares our breakfast and lunch for school.” Is

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Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument

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TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end of the paragraph. As the children had done their shopping, the mother moved towards the crockery shop. She bought teacups and some glasses. Then she remembered that she needed a jug and some spoons. She bought these as well. (1) What did she remember? (1) (2) What did she buy? (2) (3) Where did the mother go? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) Dust, road, gaily, tread, snow When summer dust or winter ______ Makes white the ___________ whereon we go We’ll ________ them ________ to and fro Oho! The ____________ .... Aha! The snow Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. Which season is the coldest? (1) 2. How did the quarrel start? (2) 3. What do Muslims do on Eid-ul-Azha? (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My Teacher”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 6 ENGLISH Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1:20 hour Q. No.1. Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated on (a) 1st Ramzaan (b) 10th Shawwal (c) 10th Zilhaj (d) 1st Zilhaj Q. No.2. The word “Gaily” means (a) Happily (b) Tread (c) Walk (d) to and fro Q. No.3. The proper Urdu translation of the sentence “I live in Lahore.” Is

Q. No.4. The white part of our flag stands for (a) The Jews (b) The Muslims (c) The Hindus (d) The Non-Muslims Q. No.5. A full stop is used (a) on starting a sentence (b) at the end of interrogative sentence (c) At the end of a complete sentence (d) When the names of two or more things come together Q. No.6. Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) had great love for his ________. (a) Daughter (b) Nephew (c) Son (d) Father Q. No.7. The group of the words which are all seasons (a) hot, cold, snow (b) red, yellow, pink (c) Sunday, Monday, Tuesday (d) Spring, Autumn, Winter Q. No.8. The warm season of the year is called

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(a) Summer (b) Spring (c) Autumn (d) Winter Q. No.9. The group of words which are all plurals (a) doors, fans, pen (b) lions, tigers, zebra (c) trees, jungles, copy (d) Men, teeth, books Q. No.10. The sentence in Past Indefinite Tense is (a) He was going to school. (b) He goes to school. (c) He is going to school. (d) He went to school. Q. No.11. The sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) I was not going to school. (b) I am not going to school. (c) I had not been going to school. (d) I have not been going to school.

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Q. No.12. The sentence in Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The white colour is representing Non-Muslims in Pakistan. (b) The whit colour was representing Non-Muslims in Pakistan. (c) The white colour represented to Non-Muslims in Pakistan. (d) The white colour represents Non-Muslims in Pakistan. Q. No.13. The sentence in correct Present Indefinite Tense is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man feels thirsty. (c) The man felt thirsty. (d) The man is feeling thirsty. Q. No.14. The correct words of the numbers 936 are (a) Nine hundred and thirty six. (b) Nine hundred and thirty five. (c) Nine hundred and thirty one. (d) Nine hundred and thirty two. Q. No.15. The group of words with all common nouns is (a) Near, My, beautiful, ceiling (b) desk, chart, room, map (c) neat, airy, duster, it (d) Near, desk, easing, move. Q. No.16. The Sentence in Present Continuous Tense is (a) The cat plays with a ball. (b) You say the right thing. (c) Mr. Khan is walking. (d) We say our prayers. Q. No.17. The correct sentence is (a) Refresh us gives energy they and they us. (b) Us energy gives they and they us refresh. (c) They refresh us and give us energy. (d) They us refresh and us energy gives us. Q. No.18. Who quarrelled with whom? (a) I with mother (b) I with sister (c) I with father (d) I with brother Q. No.19. The group of words which are all fruits (a) Mother, food, lamb, thirsty (b) Water, well, mango, banana, (c) food, lamb, watermelon, mother (d) mango, banana, watermelon, melon Q. No.20. Summer is ________. (a) Cold season (b) hot season (c) flower blossom (d) Leaves fall and change colour Q. No.21. The group of words with all proper nouns is (a) Table, chair, school, capital (b) Tahir, Rawalpindi, Ravi, Punjab (c) Amina, chair, table, Tahir (d) bag, table, Rahat, School. Q. No.22. The exact set of the rhyming words is (a) road, dust (b) go, snow (c) dust, go (d) go, fro Q. No.23. The flowers bloom in (a) hot season (b) spring (c) cold season (d) Autumn Q. No.24. A Comma is used (a) When the names of three or more things come together. (b) At the end of every telling/simple statement. (c) At the end of every question sentence. (d) When you start a sentence. Q. No.25. January is the ______ month the year. (a) 4th (b) 1st (c) 2nd (d) 5th

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Q. No.26. Saturday is the _______ day of week. (a) 3rd (b) 2nd (c) 1st (d) 6th Q. No.27. What is the symbol of a country (a) Flag (b) goat (c) Tomato (d) Pear Q. No.28. The word “crockery” means (a) variety (b) reduce (c) plates, cups and other such tableware (d) happily Q. No.29. Who made Pakistan? (a) Dr. Muhammad Iqbal (b) Liaqat Ali Khan (c) Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (d) General Pervaiz Mushraraf Q. No.30. Quarrel means (a) to become angry (b) angry argument (c) to play (d) to follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008

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ENGLISH Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. Read the passage and answer the questions at the end of the paragraph. The Muslims follow the Sunnah of their great prophet. They distribute the meat of the animals among their relatives and the poor. The great sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) teaches us a lesson. We should be ready to sacrifice everything for Allah. He will give us big reward in return. (1) Where do we distribute the meat? (1) (2) What does the great sacrifice teach us? (2) (3) Why do the Muslims sacrifice animals? (2) Q. No.32. Fill in the blanks with the help of the words given below. (5) Black, thumped, hated, suddenly, afternoon We _________ one another The __________turned _______ Then _________ my brother _______ me on the back. Q. No.33. Answer the questions. 1. Who quarrelled with whom? (1) 2. What did Hazrat Ibrahim see in his dream? (2) 3. Why are sports and games important? (2) Q. No.34. Write five sentences about “My chair”. (5) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 1 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Winter snow makes the road _______. (a) Green (b) White (c) Blue (d) Black Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________. (a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Play, Cricket, Badminton, Eat (b) Lahore, Karachi, Multan, Quetta (c) Keep, Prepare, Ask, Ball (d) Teach, Like, Buy, Sell Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill Q. No.5. The group of words with all proper nouns is (a) Lahore, Khalid, Jamila, Ravi (b) Brother, Sister, Father, Mother (c) Student, Teacher, Write, Teach (d) Chair, Desk, Fan, Books Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season. (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. “Fond of” means (a) To like very much (b) To walk very much (c) To be happy very much (d) To enjoy very much Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Numbers (b) Numericals (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number

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Q. No.9. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) When you go to school? (b) When does you go to school? (c) When do you go to school? (d) When you do go to school? Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. On special days, flag is _______ by important persons. (a) Flying (b) Hoisted (c) Blasted (d) Making Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty.

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Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “He takes keen interest in his studies.” Is

Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Between (b)Betwin (c) Butween (d) Bitween Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is (a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence, “He writes an application.” is (a) He did not write an application. (b) He do not write an application. (c) He does not write an application. (d) He does not writes an application. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we greet someone in the afternoon, we say______. (a) Hello (b) Hi (c) Good noon (d) Good after noon Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trusirs (c) Trousers (d) Trousirs Q. No.21. She _______ our breakfast and lunch. (a) Prepares (b) Quarrels (c) Recites (d) Sings Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) In some parts of Pakistan there is snowfall.

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(b) in some parts of Pakistan, there is snowfall? (c) In some parts of Pakistan, there is snowfall. (d) In some parts of pakistan, there is snowfall, Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) In which class does you study? (b) Do you study in which class? (c) What class do you study? (d) In which class do you study? Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday (c) Sunday (d) Tuesday Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence is

(a) Children do not make a noise. (b) Children have not been making a noise.

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(c) Children are not making a noise. (d) Children have not made a noise. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the sentence “It has been raining since morning.” is (a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous (c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means (a) To become happy (b) Angry argument (c) To play (d) To follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31 (a) Translate the following sentences into English. (2+2+2)

(b) Translate into Urdu (2+2) 4) When do you get up on Sunday? 5) Reduce the price a little. Q. No. 32 (a) Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother”. (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. There are three parts of a computer. One of them is a Keyboard like that of a type writer. We can type our instructions on it. The second part is the body of the computer. It works like a brain. The third part is a small television which shows the answers or results of your problems. 1- What is the paragraph about? (2) 2- How many parts does a computer have? (2) 3- What does a television do? (3) 4- What is the use of a Keyboard? (3) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answer the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2)

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2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 2 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. There are four _______ in a year. (a) Festivals (b) Seasons (c) months (d) days Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________. (a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Brave, Black, White, Red (b) Brave, Honest, Beautiful, Ugly (c) Give, Enjoy, Table, Chair (d) Take, Cover, Keep, Move Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill

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Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is (a) Ajmal, Jamila, Lahore, Pakistan (b) Play, Enjoy, Lay, Paint (c) Hockey, Cricket, Football, Badminton (d) Jamal, Cricket, Enjoy, Eat Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. He began to slaughter him. “Slaughter” means (a) Killing of animals for fun (b) Killing of animals for food (c) Killing of animals in the Jungle (d) Killing of animals in games Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Numbers (b) Numericals (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number Q. No.9. She likes basketball ________ I like badminton. (a) But (b) Because (c) Also (d) So Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. On special days it is hoisted on all important buildings. “Hoisted” means (a) Fly (b) To raise up (c) Convey (d) Express Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty. Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence “Spring is called the queen of seasons” is

Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “He takes keen interest in his studies.” Is

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Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Memary (b) Momary (c) Memari (d) Memory Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is (a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence “She likes her lamb very much.” is (a) She did not like her lamb very much.

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(b) She will not like her lamb very much. (c) She does not like her lamb very much. (d) She had not liked her lamb very much. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we greet someone in the afternoon, we say (a) Good morning (b) Hello (c) Goodbye (d) Good afternoon Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trousirs (c) Trosers (d) Trousers Q. No.21. He did not ________ his work. (a) Finish (b) Finishes (c) Finished (d) Finishing Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me.” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) He likes apples, apricots, mangoes? (b) He likes apples, apricots, mangoes. (c) He likes apples, apricots and mangoes. (d) He likes apples, apricots and mangoes? Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) When he comes back home? (b) When does he come back home? (c) When does he comes back home? (d) When he does come back home? Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday (c) Sunday (d) Tuesday Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence is

(a) They do not complete their work. (b) They have not been completing their work. (c) They are not completing their work. (d) They have not completed their work. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence, “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the following sentence, “He has been selling books for three years.” Is

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(b) Translate into Urdu (2+2) 4) They wanted to buy some clothes for Eid. 5) He prays five times a day. Q. No. 32 Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother” (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. Hazrat Ibrahim(A.S) had great love for his son. But he decided to sacrifice him for Allah. He took him to an open place. He covered his own eyes with a piece of cloth. He put a knife on the neck of his son with great courage. He began to slaughter his son. 1- For whom did Hazrat Ibrahim(A.S) decide to sacrifice his son? (3) 2- How did Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) cover his eyes? (3) 3- Where did Hazrat Ibrahim take his son? (2) 4- How much did Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) love his son? (2) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answers the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2) 2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 3 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. We decorate our houses with the _______ flag on 14th of August. (a) Country (b) Village (c) National (d) City Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________. (a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Now, Then, Therefore, Because (b) Brave, Honest, Beautiful, Ugly (c) Tall, Say, Ask, Colour (d) Give, Take, Fly, Use Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is (a) Islamabad, Shahmeer, Ali, Azra (b) Tail, Jungle, Colour, Fan (c) Zebra, Black, Angle, Live (d) Giraffe, Neck, Water, Lion Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season.

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(a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. His mother fetches food for him. “Fetches” means (a) Takes (b) Brings (c) Eats (d) Enjoys Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Number (b) Numerical (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number Q. No.9. They saw the dresses of their choice_______ the price was very high. (a) But (b) Because (c) And (d) So Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. Some are fond of sunshine. “Fond of” means (a) Pleasure (b) To like very much (c) Trips (d) Delight Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty.

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Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence “In this season leaves fall and change their colour” is

Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “He takes keen interest in this studies.” Is

Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Cubboard (b) Cupboord (c) Cubpoard (d) Cupboard Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is (a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence “The man felt thirsty.” is (a) The man not felt thirsty. (b) The man does not feel thirsty. (c) The man did not feel thirsty. (d) The man did not felt thirsty. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we want to thank someone, we say (a) Hello (b) Good morning (c) Excuse me (d) Thank you Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trousirs

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(c) Trosers (d) Trousers Q. No.21. We ________ Eid last month. (a) Cetebrated (b) Celebrates (c) Celebrate (d) Celebrating Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me.” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) He brought copies, pens and pencils? (b) He brought copies pens pencils, (c) He brought copies, pens and pencils. (d) He brought Copies, Pens and Pencils. Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) How many seasons there are in a year? (b) How many seasons are there in a year? (c) How many seasons in a year? (d) Seasons how many are in a year? Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday (c) Sunday (d) Tuesday

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Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence, is

(a) It does not rain. (b) It has not been raining. (c) It is not raining. (d) It has not rained. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence, “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the following sentence “He has been playing cricket since morning.” is (a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous (c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means (a) To become happy. (b) Angry argument. (c) To play. (d) To follow. GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1hour. Q. No. 31 (a) Translate the following sentences into English. (2+2+2)

(b) Translate into Urdu (2+2) 4) Flowers blossom everywhere. 5) Sports and games are very important for body and mind. Q. No. 32 (a) Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother” (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. As the children had done their shopping, the mother moved towards the crockery shop. She bought tea cups and glasses. Then she remembered that she needed a jug and some spoons. She went to another shop and bought bed sheets, towels and a table cloth. The children were hungry. They stopped at the fruit chaat shop. They ate chaat. 1- What did mother buy from the second shop? (3)

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2- Why did they eat chaat? (3) 3- What did the mother need? (2) 4- Where did the mother go after children had done their shopping? (2) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answers the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2) 2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4)

TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Doctor works in a _______. (a) School (b) Hospital (c) College (d) Park Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________.

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(a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Tennis, Hockey, Play, Drink (b) Write, Desk, Play, Eat (c) Copy, School, Teach, Read (d) Like, Buy, Sell, Write Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is (a) January, February, March, April (b) Spring, Winter, Autumn, Season (c) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Days (d) Teacher, School, Blackboard, Chair Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season. (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. New moon is called (a) Crasent (b) Cresent (c) Criscent (d) Crasent Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Numbers (b) Numericals (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number Q. No.9. I saw him_______ did not talk to him. (a) But (b) And (c) So (d) Because Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. The start of it was slight. “Slight” means (a) Strong (b) Small (c) Wrong (d) Strange Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty. Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence “The weather is unpleasant and tiring.” Is

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Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence “He takes keen interest in this studies.” Is

Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Delightfall (b) Dilightfal

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(c) Delaitful (d) Delightful Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is (a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence “He gave the crow water in a bowl.” Is (a) He does not give the crow water in a bowl. (b) He did not gave the crow water in a bowl. (c) He did not give the crow water in a bowl. (d) He does not gives the crow water in a bowl. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we meet someone in the morning, we say (a) Excuse me (b) I am sorry (c) Hello (d) Good morning Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trousirs (c) Trosers (d) Trousers Q. No.21. How ________ the quarrel start yesterday. (a) did (b) does (c) do (d) doing Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) He bought blue black white dress for Eid-ul-Azha. (b) He bought Blue, Black and White dress for Eid-ul-Azha. (c) He bought blue, black and white dress for Eid-ul-Azha. (d) He bought blue, black and white dress for eid-ul-Azha. Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) In which season do the snowfall? (b) In which season does the snowfall? (c) In which season snowfalls? (d) Season in which snowfall? Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday (c) Sunday (d) Tuesday Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence, is

(a) Sun rises in the east.

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(b) Sun is rising in the east. (c) Sun has risen in the east. (d) Sun has been rising in the east. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the following sentence, “He has been writing a letter for two hours.” is (a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous (c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means (a) To become happy. (b) Angry argument. (c) To play. (d) To follow. GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31 (a) Translate the following sentences into English. (2+2+2)

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(b) Translate into Urdu (2+2) 4) They sacrifice animals in the name of Allah. 5) I help my father on Sunday. Q. No. 32 (a) Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother” (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. Anarkali was full of people. There were children, men and women of different ages. They were there to buy things for Eid. Anarkali was decorated beautifully. Saadia was very happy to see a variety of dresses. She wanted a red Shalwar Kamiz. Aslam wanted a white Sherwani. 1- Why did people come to Anarkali? (3) 2- What did Saadia and Aslam want to buy? (3) 3- What were the ages of people? (2) 4- Why was Saadia happy? (2) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answers the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2) 2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 5 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. The players have to cooperate with _______ members. (a) School (b) Team (c) Class (d) National Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________. (a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Badminton, Cricket, Hockey, Football (b) Write, Chair, Copy, Play (c) Mother, Father, Brother, Sister

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(d) Enjoy, Eat, Drink, Read Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is (a) Sunday, March, Thursday, Jamila (b) January, December, Season, Months (c) Autumn, Winter, Spring, Days (d) Eat, Drink, Play, Enjoy Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season. (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. Reduce the price a little. “Reduce” means (a) To increase price (b) To make the price low (c) To manage the price (d) To balance the price Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Numbers (b) Numerical (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Numbers Q. No.9. Winter is very cold_______ Summer is very hot. (a) But (b) Because (c) Also (d) So Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. But when the trees bow down their heads. “Bow” means (a) Take (b) Give (c) Bend (d) Enter Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty.

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Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence “People of all ages enjoy this season” is

Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “He takes keen interest in his studies.” Is

Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Thraugh (b) Thrugh (c) Threugh (d) Through Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is (a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence, “His mother brought food for him.” Is (a) His mother does not bring food for him. (b) His mother not bring food for him.

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(c) His mother did not bring food for him. (d) His mother did not brought food for him. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we hurt someone, we say (a) You are welcome (b) Good morning (c) Thank you (d) I am sorry Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trousirs (c) Trosers (d) Trousers Q. No.21. Please, ________ up (a) stand (b) stands (c) standing (d) stood Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me.” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) He likes eggs, bread and butter? (b) He likes eggs and bread and butter? (c) He likes eggs, bread and butter. (d) He likes Eggs, Bread and Butter. Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) What did mother bought? (b) What did mother buy? (c) What mother bought? (d) What do mother buy? Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday

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(c) Sunday (d) Tuesday Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence is

(a) He does not fly a kite. (b) He has not been flying a kite. (c) He is not flying a kite. (d) He has not flown a kite. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence, “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the following sentence “She has been reading since morning.” is (a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous (c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means (a) To become happy (b) Angry argument (c) To play (d) To follow GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No. 31 (a) Translate the following sentences into English. (2+2+2)

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(b) Translate into Urdu (2+2) 4) Every Pakistani loves the national flag. 5) Those who play games regularly remain fit. Q. No. 32 (a) Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother” (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. They want to show that they can sacrifice everything for Allah. They distribute the meat of the animals among their relatives and the poor. The great sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) teaches us a lesson. We should be ready to sacrifice everything for Allah. He will give us big reward in return. 1- What lesson do we get from the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S)? (3) 2- Who will reward us? (3) 3- Where do they distribute the meat? (2) 4- What will we get in return from Allah? (2) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answers the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2) 2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 6 English Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour

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Q. No.1. The warmest season of the year is called _______. (a) Winter (b) Summer (c) Spring (d) Autumn Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________. (a) Small letter (b) Question Mark (c) Comma (d) Capital letter Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is (a) Black, Brave, Beautiful, Bicycle (b) White, Chair, Desk, Give (c) Take, Cover, Keep, Chair (d) Cooperate, Play, Refresh, Enjoy Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is (a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right (c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is (a) Lahore, Tahira, Karachi, Pakistan (b) Ludo, Badminton, Desk, Chair (c) Khalid, School, Lahore, Tahira (d) Play, Football, Hockey, Cricket Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season. (a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more Q. No.7. Games discipline the body and mind. “Discipline” means (a) Enjoy (b) Habit of obedience (c) Peace of mind (d) Feeling of being happy Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______. (a) Numbers (b) Numericals (c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number Q. No.9. I am not going to school_______ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is (a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy. (b) Games refresh us and give us energy. (c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy. (d) Games refresh us and gave us energy. Q. No.11. After playing a game, one feels relaxed. “Relaxed” means (a) Cooperate (b) To become less rigid

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(c) To be angry (d) To know each other Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is (a) The man was feeling thirsty. (b) The man felt thirsty. (c) The man is feeling thirsty. (d) The man feels thirsty. Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence “The season after summer is called autumn” Is

Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence “He takes keen interest in his studies.” Is

Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is (a) Courtesi (b) Cortesy (c) Courtecy (d) Courtesy Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is

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(a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel (b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt (c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling (d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence “A little lamb lived near a pond.” is (a) A little lamb did not lived near a pond. (b) A little lamb does not live near a pond. (c) A little lamb did not live near a pond. (d) A little lamb do not live near a pond. Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Do your father like plants? (b) Does your father likes plants? (c) Do your father likes plants? (d) Does your father like plants? Q. No.19. When we greet someone in the morning, we say (a) Excuse me (b) I am sorry (c) Hello (d) Good Morning Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is (a) Trossers (b) Trousirs (c) Trosers (d) Trousers Q. No.21. He ________ a letter yesterday. (a) Wrote (b) Write (c) Writes (d) Written Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me.” (a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is (a) Boys like to play hockey, football, cricket? (b) Boys like to play Hockey, Football and Cricket? (c) Boys like to play hockey, football and cricket. (d) Boys like to play hockey football cricket. Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today. (a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is (a) Where did they went for shopping? (b) Where did they go for shopping? (c) Where they went for shopping? (d) Where they go for shopping?

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Q. No.26. Thursday comes after (a) Wednesday (b) Friday (c) Sunday (d) Tuesday Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence is

(a) He does not buy apples. (b) He has not been buying apples. (c) He is not buying apples. (d) He has not bought apples. Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence, “I like your new bag.” is (a) I am not liking your new bag. (b) I do not like your new bag. (c) I will not like your new bag. (d) I did not like your new bag. Q. No.29. The tense used in the sentence “He has been running after the ball for one hour.” is (a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous (c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means (a) To become happy. (b) Angry argument. (c) To play. (d) To follow. GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 English Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31 (a) Translate the following sentences into English. (2+2+2)

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5) Our flag stands for the unity of our people. Q. No. 32 (a) Write an essay of at least ten sentences about, “My Mother” (10) Q. No. 33 (a) Read the paragraph and answer the questions given at the end. Some people fix the national flag on their motor bikes and cars etc. It shows their love for their national flag. We are ready to die for its glory. We are proud of our national flag. May Allah keep it flying forever. Amen. 1- What can we do for our national flag? (3) 2- What is our wish for our flag? (3) 3- Where do people fix their national flag? (2) 4- What is the paragraph about? (2) Q. No.34 Read the stanza and answers the questions. Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang trembling The wind is passing through. 1- What is the poem about? (2) 2- Who has seen the wind? (2) 3- How do we know the wind is passing through? (2) 4- Explain the above lines in your own words? (4) PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION MODEL PAPER GRADE – 5 YEAR 2006-07 SCIENCE Part-A (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS) TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Specific Instructions: Thirty(30) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are given in this part. Every question has one statement and four options for selection. Please tick the correct option on the computerized answer sheet. If more than one option is ticked the question will be marked wrong. 1. Which one is a natural force: (a) Friction (b) Action (c) Reaction (d) Gravitation

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2. The disease caused by bite of mosquito is: (a) Fever (b) Cancer (c) Cholera (d) Malaria 3. Which form of energy is in a moving car? (a) Kinetic (b) Potential (c) Chemical (d) Electrical 4. Water of deep spring is Not good for drinking because it is very (a) Hot (b) Polluted (c) Salty (d) Cold 5. By cooling things may: (a) Expand (b) Contract (c) Vaporise (d) No change in structure 6. Which one is a good conductor of heat? (a) Iron (b) Wood (b) Plastic (d) Leather 7. If your weight is 60 kg then amount of water in your body is (a) 11 kg (b) 21 kg (c) 42 kg (d) 52 kg 8. Chemical energy changes into heat energy in (a) Burning of matches (b) Electric Heater (c) Electric Bulb (d) Rubbing of hands 9. The only liquid, which is found in three states of matter, is (a) Water (b) Milk (c) Oil (d) Pepsi 10. The phenomena of light by which we see the things is called (a) Refraction (b) Reflection (c) Dispersion (d) Absorption 11. The sound can travel fast : (a) in Air (b) in Water (c) in Iron (d) in Plastic 12. When two object are rubbed with each others then (a) Negative charge produced on both (b) Positive charge produced on both (c) Negative on one and positive charge on other (d) No charge produced

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13 The direction of freely suspended magnet is north -south due to the magnetic field of (a) Sun (b) Moon (c) Stars (d) Earth 14. Tuning fork can produce sound (a) By waving in air (b) By striking with wood (c) By dipping in hot water (d) By dipping in cold water 15. If enough heat is taken away from a container of water then water will (a) Begins to boil. (b) Becomes a solid. (c) Turn into a gas. (d) Increase in weight. 16. When an electric fan is moving, Most of the incoming electrical energy changes into (a) Heat energy (b) Light energy (c) Sound energy (d) Mechanical energy 17. Which form of energy is the best shown in this picture?

(a) Mechanical (b) Chemical (c) Nuclear (d) Electrical 18. What change is possible by heating? (a) Water vapors changes to ice. (b) Water vapors changes to liquid water (c) Ice changes to liquid water. (d) Liquid water changes to ice.

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19. In order to survive, all animals need (a) roots, leaves, and stems (b) eyes, nose, and ears (c) light, soil, and nutrients (d) food, water, and air 20. What does a seed contain that provides energy for germination? (a) water (b) stored food (c) soil (d) sunlight 21. The diagram below shows a potato plant in a cup. The cup was originally filled to the top with water. Which statement best explains why the cup No longer contains water?

(a) The water froze. (b) The water condensed. (c) The water was absorbed by the roots. (d) The water was moved by gravity. 22. Saad wanted to find out that his plant grows each day, he would— (a) gives the plant a half-cup of water each day (b) put the plant in a sunny place each day (c) measure the length of plant each day (d) see the colour of the plant each day 23. Fish can survive in an aquarium without: (a) food (b) sand (c ) water (d) oxygen 24. Which one shows Physical change : (a) Melting of ice cream (b) Conversion of milk into yogurt (c) Burning of paper (d) Boiling of egg 25. Which one is producer? (a) Fungi (b) Algae (c) Fish (d) Bacteria

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(a) Mars (b) Earth (c) Uranus (d) Mercury

PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION MODEL PAPER GRADE – 5 YEAR 2006-07 Science Part-B (Open Ended Questions) Instruction: This part has 4 Open Ended Questions. Please use blank space below question to write the answers 31. (a) Which type of reproduction is involved in sugarcane and mango? (b) In which grafting is used and in which cutting is used. ( c) Write two differences between grafting and cutting 32. (a) What is human skeleton? (b) Describe its four functions. 33. (a) Write the name of the system given below and write its function ?

(b) Label three parts of the given diagram and write the function of each part: i) ii) iii) 34. (a) What is acid rain? (b) Write its effects on animals and plants.

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(c) What alternative sources of energies can be used instead of oil and coal to reduce the pollution? PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION GRADE – 5 YEAR 2007 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Specific Instructions: Thirty (30) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are given in this part. Every question has one statement and four options for selection. Please tick the correct option on the computerized answer sheet. If more than one option is ticked the question will be marked wrong. Q. No.1. --------------is a conductor of heat (a) Copper (b) Wood (c) Plastic (d) Rubber Q. No.2. Sound moves faster in (a) Solids (b) Liquids (c) Gasses (d) Space Q. No.3. Planet of solar system which has no moon is (a) Venus (b) Earth (c) Mares (d) Pluto Q. No.4. When enough heat is taken away from a tub of water it will (a) In crease in weight (b) Turn into gas (c) Boil (d) Turn into ice Q. No.5. To kill the bacteria in water we add small amount of (a) Sodium (b) Hydrogen (c) Chlorine (d) Carbon Q. No.6. Biggest Source of heat is (a) Sui Gas (b) Wood (c) Coal (d) Sun Q. No.7. Electricity cables are loosely stretched in summer because in winter they may not (a) Cool down (b) Warm up

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(c) Become longer (d) Not break Q. No.8. By heating solids will (a) Contracts (b) Expands (c) Shrink in volume (d) Not change Q. No.9. Which form of energy in a moving ball is (a) Electrical (b) Chemical (c) Gravitational (d) Kinetic Q. No.10. Corrine is used for the treatment of (a) Cancer (b) Cholera (c) Malaria (d) Pain Q. No.11. Helps in clothing of blood in case of injury (a) Vitamins (b) Red blood cells (c) Plasma (d) Platelets Q. No.12. Process of sexual reproduction in plants is called. (a) Gutting (b) Layering (c) Fertilization (d) Grafting Q. No.13. Path of flow of charge is called (a) Current (b) Switch (c) Circuit (d) Cell Q. No.14. Due to which force moon revolves around the earth (a) Friction (b) Gravitation (c) Reaction (d) Magnetic Q. No.15. Night blindness is caused due to deficiency of the Vitamin (a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D Q. No.16. Is not a part of atom (a) Molecule (b) Neutron (c) Electron (d) Proton Q. No.17. New Plant of Potato grows from its _____ . (a) Stem (b) Branch (c) Bud (d) Seeds Q. No.18. The vessels which bring blood from all Parts of the body back to the heart are called (a) Arteries (b) Veins (c) Nerves (d) Capillaries Q. No.19. Bacteria and fungi are (a) Producers (b) Consumers (c) Decomposers (d) Herbs Q. No.20. Indus dolphin is only found in

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(a) Arabian Sea (b) Indus River (c) Indus Valley (d) Nile River Q. No.21. About how many percent of our total body is water? (a) 60 % (b) 70 % (c) 80 % (d) 90 % Q. No.22. Farmers Used to kill insets present in the crops (a) Fertilizers (b) Medicines (c) Pesticides (d) Litter Q. No.23. Suspended impurities present in Water are removed by the process known as (a) Boiling (b) Aeration (c) Filtration (d) Chlorination Q. No.24. The Earth revolve around in Sun due to (a) Magnetic Force (b) Electric Force (c) Gravitational Force (d) Frictional Force Q. No.25. How are opens a tight metal cover from a plastic bottle (a) Dipping it in cold Water (b) Dipping it in hot Water (c) By Screw (d) by the help of Opener Q. No.26. Echo can be heard more prominently (a) In our Rooms (b) In school hall (c) Near mountains (d) Near crops form Q. No.27. The material which do not allow the current to pass through it are called (a) Conductors (b) Insulators (c) Copper mires (d) Chemicals Q. No.28. They engulf and destroy germs (a) Red Blood cells (b) White Blood cells (c) Platelets (d) Plasma

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Q. No.29. Leaves prepare food by (a) Light, water, Carbon dioxide (b) Light, water Oxygen (c) Light, water, Nitrogen (d) Light, water, hydrogen Q. No.30. Which part of the brain controls respiration? (a) Fore (b) Mid (c) Hind (d) Spinal cord

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(c) White Cells (d) Platelets Q. No.3. Pulse rate of a young bird in one minute is (a) 400 (b) 450 (c) 500 (d) 550 Q. No.4. Seeds of guava are (a) large (b) light and large (c) Heavy (d) small Q. No.5. How many main parts are in human brain? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 Q. No.6. In order to make their own food plants leaves absorb (a) rain (b) oxygen (c) sunlight (d) minerals Q. No.7. African elephants are killed for (a) Tusks (b) Skin (c) bones (d) meat Q. No.8. Is a consumer (a) Green algee (b) herbs (c) shrubs (d) non green plants Q. No.9. If weight of a person is 60 kg than water in its body is (a) 21 kg (b) 42 kg (c) 63 kg (d) 84 kg Q. No.10. Main changes in the matter around us have types (a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 2 Q. No.11. Is a chemical change (a) boiling of milk (b) boiling of water (c) boiling of egg (d) Melting of ice Q. No.12. When blue litmus paper is put into vinegar, it changes its (a) colour (b) size (c) shape (d) length Q. No.13. Which force is responsible for rain drops falling to earth? (a) Frication (b) wind (c) gravitational (d) magnetic Q. No.14. Force that slows down or stops the motion of a bicycle is

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(a) frictional (b) gravity (c) magnetic (d) electrical Q. No.15. Force between charges is (a) friction (b) gravitational (c) natural (d) reaction Q. No.16. We find the direction of Qibla with (a) cell (b) globe (c) compass needle (d) light Q. No.17. Match stick has energy (a) nuclear (b) chemical (c) solar (d) light Q. No.18. Energy in atomic bomb is (a) sound (b) solar (c) Nuclear (d) light Q. No.19. When water boils (a) liquid becomes (b) solid becomes a liquid (c) gas becomes a solid (d) liquid becomes a gas Q. No.20. The energy that converts sea water into vapors comes from (a) the clouds (b) the sun (c) mountains (d) chemical reaction Q. No.21. In day time light enters in rooms due to (a) Reflection (b) refraction (c) dispersion (d) irregular reflection Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. Sound will move slowly in (a) Milk (b) Air (c) Leather (d) sliver Q. No.24. Sound cannot pass through (a) Vacuum (b) Tea (c) Table (d) room Q. No.25. Current can pass through (a) plastic (b) rubber (c) water (d) iron Q. No.26. All of these objects can be used to complete the circuit except (a) copper (b) plastic (c) metal (d) iron Q. No.27. The number of poles of a magnet is

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(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 Q. No.28. If powder of iron is mixed in water we want to separate it then we will use (a) Current (b) Circuit (c) Magnet (d) Sound Q. No.29. Best soil for plants is (a) clay (b) sand (c) loan (d) gravel soil Q. No.30. Earth is revolving around the sun with speed in kilometer per hour (a) 109000 (b) 10900 (c) 1090000 (d) 100900 GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minute Q. No.31. (a) What is plasma? (1) (b) Explain two causes of heart diseases. (2) (c) Write two solutions of heart diseases. (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is sound? (1) (b) Write the things through which sound can pass. (2) (c) Write an activity that sounds cannot pass through vacuum. (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by pollution? (1) (b) Write two reasons of pollution? (2) (c) Write two suggestions to control pollution? (2) Q. No.34. (a) Explain action and reaction with examples? (2)

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(b) How we can prove that action and reactions are equal? (3) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION-2008 Version 2 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. For the reproduction of sugar can we use (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Grafting and Layering Q. No.2. In case of injury help in blood clothing. (a) Plasma (b) Red Cells (c) White Cells (d) Platelets Q. No.3. The pulse rate per minute of young bird is (a) 400 times (b) 500 times (c) 600 times (d) 700 times Q. No.4. Ovary produces (a) Sperm (b) zygote (c) egg (d) Seed Q. No.5. Decomposers are (a) plants (b) Bacteria (c) fungi (d) Bacteria and Fungi Q. No.6. Which produce much pollution? (a) plants (b) bacteria (c) fungi (d) oil and coal Q. No.7. African elephants are killed for (a) Tusks (b) Skin (c) bones (d) meat Q. No.8. Temporary change is (a) physical change (b) chemical change (c) ordinary change (d) nothing Q. No.9. If weight of a person is 60 kg than water in its body is (a) 21 kg (b) 42 kg (c) 63 kg (d) 84 kg Q. No.10. Pure form of water is (a) well’s water (b) pump’s water (c) sea water (d) Rain water Q. No.11. The water from farms and sewerage flows into (a) streams (b) lakes (c) rivers (d) springs Q. No.12. Different types of bacteria and germs in water are killed by mixing (a) chlorine (b) oxygen (c) hydrogen (d) nitrogen

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Q. No.13. Our motion on earth becomes possible by (a) action (b) reaction (c) action and reaction (d) force Q. No.14. A fruit detached from the tree always falls to the ground due to (a) action (b) reaction (c) frictional (d) gravitational force Q. No.15. Energy due to the motion of a body is called. (a) Kinetic energy (b) potential energy (c) heat energy (d) light energy Q. No.16. The energy in match stick is (a) light energy (b) heat energy (c) chemical (d) sound energy Q. No.17. The objects allow heat to pass through them are called (a) hot objects (b) conductors (c) cold objects (d) non conductors Q. No.18. Solids by absorbing heat (a) contract (b) expand (c) both contract and expand (d) have no effect Q. No.19. Image from plane mirror is formed due to (a) reflection (b) irregular reflection (c) Regular reflection (d) by absorbing light Q. No.20. Types of soil are (a) three (b) four (c) five (d) six Q. No.21. Sound travels more easily through (a) solid (b) liquid (c) air (d) water

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Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. A plastic comb rubbed against a woolen cloth gets. (a) negatively charged (b) positively charged (c) neutral (d) both negative and positive charge Q. No.24. The path of flow of electric current is called (a) closed circuit (b) open circuit (c) circuit (d) path Q. No.25. Compass needle always comes to rest. (a) north east (b) north west (c) south west (d) north south Q. No.26. The direction of Qibla is determined by:(a) magnetic pole (b) compass needle (c) magnet (d) and both Q. No.27. The organic matter created by the decaying of plants and animals present in soil is called (a) in organic matter (b) humus (c) fertile soil (d) bacteria Q. No.28. If powder of iron is mixed in water we want to separate it then we will use (a) Current (b) Circuit (c) Magnet (d) Sound Q. No.29. The temperature of outer surface of sun is (a) 60°C (b) 60°C (c) 600°C (d) 60000°C Q. No.30. Earth is revolving around the sun with speed in kilometer per hour (a) 109000 (b) 10900 (c) 1090000 (d) 100900 GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS Q. No.31. (a) What is plasma? (1) (b) Explain two causes of heart diseases. (2) (c) Write two solutions of heart diseases. (2) Q. No.32. (a) What are causes of pollution? (3) (b) Write down names of different methods of controlling pollution? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is chemical change? (1) (b) Give two examples of chemical change? (2) (c) Give two examples of physical change? (2)

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(c) Food (d) Solar Energy Q. No.7. African elephants are killed for (a) Tusks (b) Skin (c) bones (d) meat Q. No.8. A living being is considered to be extinct, If even a single one is not seen during last (a) 10 Years (b) 25 Years (c) 50 Year (d) 100 Years Q. No.9. If weight of a person is 60 kg than water in its body is (a) 21 kg (b) 42 kg (c) 63 kg (d) 84 kg Q. No.10. The upper surface of ground water is called (a) Well (b) Lake (c) Water Table (d) Surface of Water Q. No.11. Due to the presence of fertilizers in sewage what grows on the surface of water (a) Mosses (b) Mushroom (c) Fungi (d) Algae Q. No.12. The feathers of aquatic birds become slippery due to (a) Water (b) Oil (c) Pollution (d) Oxygen Q. No.13. Friction is (a) Force (b) Energy (c) Hindrance (d) Heat Q. No.14. Action and Reaction occurs on (a) One Body (b) Two Bodies (c) Three Bodies (d) Four Bodies Q. No.15. How many physical states of matter are? (a) Two (b) Three (c) Four (d) Five Q. No.16. The Energy used on the paddles of cycle which in turn produces motion in the cycle (a) Potential Energy (b) Electrical Energy (c) Mechanical Energy (d) Kinetic Energy Q. No.17. Conductor of heat is (a) Plastic (b) Rubber (c) Wood (d) Brass Q. No.18. In Railway track, gap has to be left between two successive lengths of rails for (a) Rail to remain strait (b) Train may not slip (c) Rail may not get deformed due to heat (d) To remain air between the track Q. No.19. If the sound reflected from a smooth hard surface is heard distinctively after the original sound. This is known as (a) Reverberation (b) Echo (c) Reflection (d) Original Sound Q. No.20. If the sound reflected from a smooth hard surface is heard distinctively after the original sound. This is known as

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(a) Reverberation (b) Echo (c) Reflection (d) Original Sound Q. No.21. Sound can not pass through (a) Air (b) Water (c) Iron (d) Space Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. If an object absorbs electron, its charge is (a) Negative (b) Positive (c) Positive and Negative both (d) Neutral Q. No.24. Flow of electrons is called (a) Charge (b) Negative Charge (c) Current (d) Positive Charge Q. No.25. The Size of Sandy Soil is usually (a) 4 mm (b) 3 mm (c) 2 mm (d) one mm Q. No.26. Opposite poles of magnet (a) Repel each other (b) Attract each other (c) Repel towards north (d) Have no effect Q. No.27. The upper Surface of Earth crust is formed of (a) Fertile Soil (b) Less Fertile Soil (c) Sand (d) Water

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Q. No.8. Porous Rocks are (a) Soft soil (b) Sand soil (c) Solid soil (d) Clay soil Q. No.9. If weight of a person is 60 kg than water in its body is (a) 21 kg (b) 42 kg (c) 63 kg (d) 84 kg Q. No.10. Numbers of methods of purification of water are (a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 2 (d) 4 Q. No.11. Things fall on earth due to (a) Force & Motion (b) Reaction (c) Gravitational Force (d) Action Q. No.12. Movement of fan is example of (a) Solar Energy (b) Chemical Energy (c) Sound Energy (d) Electrical Energy Q. No.13. Solid bodies by heating (a) expand (b) contract (c) melt (d) no effect Q. No.14. Upper layer of the Soil is called (a) Sub Soil (b) Top Soil (c) Gravy Soil (d) Earth Soil

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Q. No.15. Atom bomb is an example of (a) electrical Energy (b) sound Energy (c) chemical Energy (d) nuclear Energy Q. No.16. If the Reflected sound is not heard clearly is called (a) echo (b) vibration (c) reverberation (d) a and b Q. No.17. Path of flow of Current is called (a) electric Circuit (b) conductor (c) insulators (d) circuit Q. No.18. Current can pass through (a) insulators (b) conductors (c) cells (d) Switch Q. No.19. direction of Qibla is determined by (a) Magnet (b) Sewing Needle (c) Compass Needle (d) Watch Q. No.20. The number of Indus Dolphin in Pakistan are (a) 1200 (b) 900 (c) 1000 (d) 1100 Q. No.21. The water does not flow in (a) Clay Soil (b) Sandy Soil (c) Loom (d) None of them Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. The plants of good types are obtained by (a) Layering (b) Cutting (c) Grafting (d) By Watering Q. No.24. Striking on the stdlic drum is an example of (a) Electrical Energy (b) Chemical Energy (c) Solar Energy (d) Sound Energy Q. No.25. Fruit falls from tree on Earth because of (a) Gravitational Force (b) Action and Reaction (c) Natural Forces (d) Force and Motion Q. No.26. Which water is the purest? (a) Pond water (b) Rain water (c) Lake water (d) River water Q. No.27. The changes in which the form and composition of substance is changed called (a) Physical Change (b) Temporary Change (c) Chemical Change (d) a and b Q. No.28. If powder of iron is mixed in water we want to separate it then we will use (a) Current (b) Circuit (c) Magnet (d) Sound Q. No.29. The number of Gonades in male is (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) Zero

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(c) Plants (d) Water Q. No.17. The gas is released during Photosynthesis is (a) Nitrogen (b) Oxygen (c) Hydrogen (d) Carbon Mono oxide Q. No.18. Which components make air polluted and poisoned? (a) Sulphur, Carbon, Nitrogen, Lead (b) Sulphur, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, (c) Sulphur, Oxygen, Lead (d) Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen Q. No.19. How many particles present in an Atom? (a) Two (b) Four (c) Five (d) Three Q. No.20. Swimming is an example of (a) Force (b) Motion (c) Action (d) Reaction Q. No.21. Is a conductors (a) copper (b) plastic

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(c) rubber (d) glass Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. The Diameter of Sun is (a) 1392000 km (b) 1492000 km (c) 1383000 km (d) 157200 km Q. No.24. Which star is nearest to earth in solar system? (a) Earth (b) Moon (c) Sun (d) Mercury Q. No.25. The Mercury has number of moon (a) one (b) Zero (c) Two (d) Eight Q. No.26. Which animal prefer to live on rocky cliffs (a) Snow Leopard (b) Punjab Urial (c) Indus Dolphin (d) Tiger Q. No.27. When did Russia sent its satellite in space (a) 4 October 1958 (b) 10 November 1858 (c) 4 October 1957 (d) 4 December 1758 Q. No.28. If powder of iron is mixed in water we want to separate it then we will use (a) Current (b) Circuit (c) Magnet (d) Sound Q. No.29. Charge on proton is (a) Negative Charge (b) Positive Charge (c) Zero (d) a and b Q. No.30. Earth is revolving around the sun with speed in kilometer per hour (a) 109000 (b) 10900 (c) 1090000 (d) 100900 GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. (a) What is plasma? (1) (b) Explain two causes of heart diseases. (2) (c) Write two solutions of heart diseases. (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is pollution? (1) (b) How many types of Pollution? (2) (c) Write two ways to control Pollution? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is Circuit? (1) (b) Write names of types of circuit. (2) (c) What is the difference between open and close circuit? (2) Q. No.34. (a) What is Reflection? (2) (b) What is the difference between regular and irregular reflection? (3) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 6 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes

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Q. No.1. For the reproduction of sugar can we use (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Grafting and Layering Q. No.2. In case of injury help in blood clothing. (a) Plasma (b) Red Cells (c) White Cells (d) Platelets Q. No.3. In side the human body number of kidneys is (a) Two (b) Three (c) Four (d) Five Q. No.4. The deficiency of proteins in food causes (a) Cholera (b) T.B (c) Malaria (d) Marasmus Q. No.5. The green colour of the leaves is due to (a) Air (b) Light (c) Chlorophyll (d) Water

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Q. No.6. The Decomposers are (a) Human beings (b) Plants (c) Animals (d) Bacteria and Fungi Q. No.7. African elephants are killed for (a) Tusks (b) Skin (c) bones (d) meat Q. No.8. Gorilla’s palms are used to prepare as (a) Glass (b) Pen (c) Ashtray (d) Soap Q. No.9. If weight of a person is 60 kg than water in its body is (a) 21 kg (b) 42 kg (c) 63 kg (d) 84 kg Q. No.10. By adding baking powder in vinegar gas is found (a) Nitrogen (b) Oxygen (c) Carbon dioxide (d) Hydrogen Q. No.11. The food present in leaves reached to all the parts of plant is due to (a) Water (b) Light (c) Air (d) Carbon dioxide Q. No.12. The water percentage in our body is (a) 60 % (b) 70 % (c) 80 % (d) 90 % Q. No.13. All the Bacteria and germs are killed in water reservoirs by adding chlorine (a) Iodine (b) Bromine (c) Chlorine (d) Fluorine Q. No.14. Farmers are used to increase the production of crops are (a) Gas (b) Medicine (c) Algae (d) Fertilizers Q. No.15. The ball exerts force on wall is (a) Friction (b) Motion (c) Action (d) Reaction Q. No.16. The earth revolves around the sun is due to (a) Friction (b) Reaction (c) Gravitational Force (d) Action Force Q. No.17. The Energy due to motion of a body is called (a) Potential Energy (b) Electrical Energy (c) Kinetic Energy (d) Mechanical Energy Q. No.18. The main source of heat is (a) Moon (b) Mars (c) Earth (d) Sun Q. No.19. The non conductor of heat is (a) Copper (b) Silver (c) Plastic (d) Iron Q. No.20. Heat transfers from (a) Hot body to cold body (b) Cool body to hot body (c) On both sides (d) Not any side Q. No.21. The law of reflections are (a) Two (b) Three (c) Four (d) Five Q. No.22. Angle of reflection and incidences are related in ratio (a) 1:2 (b) 2:3 (c) 2:1 (d) 1:1 Q. No.23. The vibration in sitar is due to (a) Membrane (b) Wood (c) Wire (d) Iron

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Q. No.24. Due to reverberation sound is heard (a) Slowly (b) Highly (c) Clearly (d) Not clear Q. No.25. The upper portion of the Soil is called (a) Sub Soil (b) Soil (c) Top Soil (d) Gravial Soil Q. No.26. For gardening the Soil is used (a) Clay (b) Loam (c) Sand (d) River bed Soil Q. No.27. Indus dolphin is found in (a) River Ravi (b) River Indus (c) River Sutleg (d) River Chenab Q. No.28. If powder of iron is mixed in water we want to separate it then we will

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use (a) Current (b) Circuit (c) Magnet (d) Sound Q. No.29. The branch of science in which the characteristic of soils are studied is called (a) Biology (b) Geography (c) Padology (d) Archalogy Q. No.30. Earth is revolving around the sun with speed in kilometer per hour (a) 109000 (b) 10900 (c) 1090000 (d) 100900 GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes. Q. No.31. (a) What is plasma? (1) (b) Explain two causes of heart diseases. (2) (c) Write two solutions of heart diseases. (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is sound? (1) (b) How sound is produced? (2) (c) How echo is produced? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is energy? (1) (b) Which type of energy is in atomic bomb? (2) (c) Write two uses of energy in daily life? (2) Q. No.34. (a) What is Electric Current? (1) (b) What is difference between Insulator and Conductor? (2) (c) Describe the examples of Insulator and Conductor? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 1 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 1. The percentage of water in our body is (a) 30% (b) 50% (c) 70% (d) 90% Q. No. 2. In your garden there are varieties of orange plants. Only one of the plant gives sweet oranges. Which of the following method will you use to get sweet oranges by all plants? (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Seed Sowing Q. No. 3. Which of the following picture represents the law of reflection of light from a smooth surface?

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Q. No. 5. The correct order of increasing number of moons in planets is (a) Jupiter, Mercury, Pluto (b) Jupiter, Pluto, Mercury (c) Mercury, Jupiter, Pluto (d) Mercury, Pluto, Jupiter Q. No. 6. Pollution is produced by using more (a) Fossil Fuels (b) Hydal Power (c) Solar Energy (d) Recycled material Q. No. 7. Drinking of polluted water may cause the disease of (a) Cholera (b) Eye Sours (c) Malaria (d) Cancer Q. No. 8. If an organism has not been seen living for last 50 years, it is said to be

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(a) Dinosaurs (b) Endangered (c) Extinct (d) Fossil Q. No. 9. Boiling of an egg is a (a) Chemical change (b) Natural change (c) Physical change (d) Physical and chemical change Q. No. 10. Which of the following group is the conductor of electricity (a) Aluminum and Wood (b) Copper and Plastic (c) Iron and Brass (d) Wood and Rubber Q. No. 11. The number of Indus dolphin left are (a) 1000 (b) 1100 (c) 1200 (d) 1300 Q. No. 12. Which one is NOT a chemical change (a) Burning of wood (b) Change of water into ice (c) Digestion of food (d) Rusting of iron Q. No. 13. More Iron particles are present in (a) Clay (b) Gravel soil (c) Loam (d) Sand Q. No. 14. In order to make their own food plant leaves absorb (a) Minerals (b) Oxygen (c) Rain (d) Sunlight Q. No. 15. Echo can be controlled in a room by (a) Painting doors (b) Painting walls (c) Using curtains (d) Using electric fan Q. No. 16. Sound CANNOT pass through (a) Room (b) Tea (c) Table (d) Vacuum Q. No. 17. Ripened ovary is converted into (a) Cone (b) Fruit (c) Ovule (d) Seed Q. No. 18. Force that slow down or stops the motion of a bicycle is (a) Frictional (b) Gravitational (c) Magnetic (d) Electrical Q. No. 19. The seeds of Guava are (a) Hard and large (b) Hard and small (c) Soft and small (d) Small and large Q. No. 20. If powder of iron is mixed in water. To separate this powder we will use (a) Cell (b) Compass (c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. The organs that makes the nervous system are (a) Brain, Nerves, Muscles (b) Brain, Spinal cord, Nerves (c) Nerves, Muscles, Blood vessels (d) Nerves, Bones, Spinal cord Q. No. 22. Wheel of a car rotates by using energy (a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. If the number of electron in an atom are 7 than the number of proton will be (a) 5 (b) 7 (c) 9 (d) 11 Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. Living things for their growth most likely needs (a) Energy (b) Force (c) Power (d) Rest Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you

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have to dip the cap for some time into (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The reason of extinction of animal is NOT (a) More rains (b) Over hunting (c) Pollution (d) Urbanization Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29.Major part of Earth is covered with (a) Building (b) Forests (c) Human Being (d) Water

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(a) Minerals (b) Oxygen (c) Rain (d) Sunlight Q. No. 15. Sound passes with high speed through (a) Air (b) Iron (c) Thread (d) Water Q. No. 16. Sound CANNOT pass through (a) Room (b) Tea (c) Table (d) Vacuum Q. No. 17. The pollen grains are formed in (a) Frictional (b) Pollen tube (c) Stigma (d) Stamen Q. No. 18. Force that slow down or stops the motion of a bicycle is (a) Cone (b) Gravitational (c) Magnetic (d) Electrical Q. No. 19. The seeds of Sumbal are dispersed by (a) Animal (b) Air (c) Man (d) Water Q. No. 20. If powder of iron is mixed in water. To separate this powder we will use (a) Cell (b) Compass (c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. The part of brain that controls the coordination and balance in movements of different parts of the body is (a) Fore Brain (b) Hide Brain (c) Mid Brain (d) Spinal cord Q. No. 22. Wheel of a car rotates by using energy (a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. The number of proton in an atom are 5 than the number of electron in the atom will (a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 7 (d) 9 Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. During the process of photo-synthesis gas released is (a) Carbon Dioxide (b) Hydrogen (c) Nitrogen (d) Oxygen Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you have to dip the cap for some time into. (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The animal that has been extricated in Pakistan is (a) Urial (b) Indus Dolphin (c) Snow Leopard (d) Asiatic Tiger Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29. The part of the earth covered with water is (a) ½ (b) 2/3 (c) ¾ ( d) 4/5 Q. No. 30. Non-conductor of heat is (a) Brass (b) Iron (c) Plastic (d) Silver GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31. (a) What is sun? (2) (b) What is difference between star and Planet? (4) (c) Why temperature of Mercury and Pluto are different? (4) Q. No. 32. (a) What is the reason for unique shape of a human body? (2) (b) Write the names of bones. (3)

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(c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. Fore Brain receives information from (a) Eyes (b) Hairs (c) Nails (d) Fingers Q. No. 22. Wheel of a car rotates by using energy (a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. The particle that revolves around the nucleus is (a) Electron (b) Neutron (c) Positron (d) Proton Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. Photosynthesis process requires water and (a) Carbon Dioxide (b) Hydrogen (c) Nitrogen (d) Oxygen Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you have to dip the cap for some time into. (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The extinct plant in the world is (a) Broad leaved century (b) Shesham (c) Palm (d) Keekar Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29. Fresh Water is that which is (a) Flowing in the river (b) Present in the pond (c) Present in the sea (d) Taken from underground Q. No. 30. Non-conductor of heat is (a) Brass (b) Iron (c) Plastic (d) Silver GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No. 31. (a) Define Energy. (2) (b) Enlist at least four types of energies (4) (c) Give two examples of conversion of energies from one form to another. Q. No. 32. (a) What is the reason for unique shape of a human body? (2) (b) Write the names of bones in the human body. (3) (c) Explain the functions of skeleton. (5) Q. No. 33. (a) Define gravitational force. (2) (b) Give four examples for gravitational force. (4) (c) Write benefits of gravitational force. (4) Q. No. 34.(a) How humus is formed? (3) (b) Enlist the layers of soil. (3) (c) Explain the structure of upper soil and its role in growth of plant. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 4 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 1. The ratio of water in blood is (a) 60% (b) 70% (c) 80% (d) 90% Q. No. 2. In your garden there are varieties of orange plants. Only one of the plants gives sweet oranges. Which of the following method will you use to get sweet oranges by all plants? (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Seed Sowing Q. No. 3. The picture that obeys the laws of reflection is

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Q. No. 4. Vaccines are given to the babies for prevention of diseases. (a) Fever and Polio (b) Malaria and Tetanus (c) Measles and typhoid (d) Whooping cough and Hepatitis Q. No. 5. The planets that have only one moon in our solar system are (a) Earth and Pluto (b) Mercury and Venus (c) Mars and Neptune (d) Pluto and Saturn Q. No. 6. Pollution is produced by using more (a) Fossil Fuels (b) Hydal Power (c) Solar Energy (d) Recycled material Q. No. 7. Flow of polluted water from the farms into the rivers may cause in it the deficiency of (a) Carbon dioxide (b) Hydrogen (c) Nitrogen (d) Oxygen Q. No. 8. If an organism has not been seen living for last 50 years, it is said to be (a) Dinosaurs (b) Endangered (c) Extinct (d) Fossil Q. No. 9. Gas produced by mixing of baking powder and vinegar is (a) Chlorine (b) Carbon Mono oxide (c) Carbon Dioxide (d) Nitrogen Q. No. 10. Which of the following group is the conductor of electricity (a) Aluminum and Wood (b) Copper and Plastic (c) Iron and Brass (d) Wood and Rubber Q. No. 11. Snow leopard can carry weight higher than its own weight is (a) One time (b) Two time (c) Three time (d) Four time Q. No. 12. Which one is NOT a chemical change (a) Burning of wood (b) Change of water into ice (c) Digestion of food (d) Rusting of iron Q. No. 13. The structure of the soils depends on its particles (a) Hardness (b) Size (c) Volume (d) Weight Q. No. 14. In order to make their own food plant leaves absorb (a) Minerals (b) Oxygen (c) Rain (d) Sunlight Q. No. 15. The soft material is used to control the echo due to its properties of (a) Absorption (b) Reflection (c) Refraction (d) Transmission Q. No. 16. Sound CANNOT pass through (a) Room (b) Tea (c) Table (d) Vacuum Q. No. 17. The Plant that can be grown by cutting is (a) Mango (b) Rose (c) Rice (d) Wheat Q. No. 18. Force that slow down or stops the motion of a bicycle is (a) Cone (b) Gravitational (c) Magnetic (d) Electrical Q. No. 19. The seeds of plants that can be dispersed by air are (a) Cotton (b) Maize (c) Rice (d) Wheat Q. No. 20. If powder of iron is mixed in water. To separate this powder we will use (a) Cell (b) Compass (c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. Exchange of gases between blood and body cell takes place in (a) Arteries (b) Capillaries

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(a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. The charge on an atom is (a) –1 (b) 0 (c) +1 (d) +2 Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. The process of photosynthesis involves (a) Carbon Dioxide and water (b) Glucose and Oxygen (c) Oxygen and Carbon dioxide (d) Water and Oxygen Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you have to dip the cap for some time into. (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The extinct animal in the world is (a) Dinosaurs (b) Dolphin (c) Star fish (d) Rahu fish Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29. The water present on earth surface in the form of ice is (a) 1% (b) 2% (c) 3% (d) 4% Q. No. 30. Non-conductor of heat is (a) Brass (b) Iron (c) Plastic (d) Silver GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31. (a) What is environment pollution? (2) (b) Enlist four sources that cause pollution. (4) (c) Describe ways to control the pollution. (4) Q. No. 32. (a) What is the reason for unique shape of a human body? (2) (b) Write the names of bones. (3) (c) Explain the functions of skeleton. (5) Q. No. 33.(a) What is spring? (2) (b) Explain, which type of spring water is unfit for drinking? (4) (c) What are hot water springs? How spring water cure diseases? (4) Q. No. 34.(a) How humus is formed? (3) (b) Enlist the layers of soil. (3) (c) Explain the structure of upper soil and its role in growth of plant. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 5 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 1. Sea water on the surface of earth is (a) 67% (b) 77% (c) 87% (d) 97% Q. No. 2. In your garden there are verities of orange plants. Only one of the plants gives sweet oranges. Which of the following method will you use to get sweet oranges by all plants? (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Seed Sowing Q. No. 3. We can see things in our classroom in day time, because of light (a) Dispersion (b) Irregular Reflection (c) Refraction (d) Regular Reflection Q. No. 4. Vaccines are given to the babies for prevention of diseases. (a) Fever and Polio (b) Malaria and Tetanus (c) Measles and typhoid (d) Whooping cough and Hepatitis Q. No. 5. If your father is working in a factory then the percentage of water in his blood will be (a) 40% (b) 50% (c) 60% (d) 70% Q. No. 6. Pollution is produced by using more

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(a) Fossil Fuels (b) Hydal Power (c) Solar Energy (d) Recycled material Q. No. 7. The fishes in the river may be died if polluted water from the field flow into it. It is due to the deficiency of (a) Carbon dioxide (b) Hydrogen (c) Nitrogen (d) Oxygen Q. No. 8. If an organism has not been seen living for last 50 years, it is said to be (a) Dinosaurs (b) Endangered (c) Extinct (d) Fossil Q. No. 9. Gas produced in a chemical reaction of vinegar and sodium carbonate is (a) Carbon dioxide (b) Chlorine (c) Hydrogen (d) Oxygen Q. No. 10. Which of the following group is the conductor of electricity (a) Aluminum and Wood (b) Copper and Plastic (c) Iron and Brass (d) Wood and Rubber Q. No. 11. The animals that are highly in endangered in Pakistan are (a) Cow and Buffalo (b) Camel and Horse (c) Goat and Sheep (d) Musk dear and Neelgay Q. No. 12. Which one is NOT a chemical change (a) Burning of wood (b) Change of water into ice (c) Digestion of food (d) Rusting of iron Q. No. 13. The more suitable soil for gardening is (a) Clay (b) Gravel (c) Loam (d) Sand Q. No. 14. In order to make their own food plant leaves absorb (a) Minerals (b) Oxygen (c) Rain (d) Sunlight Q. No. 15. Sometime you might not listen the sound clearly. It is due to (a) Distortion (b) Echo (c) Refraction (d) Reverberation Q. No. 16. Sound CANNOT pass through (a) Room (b) Tea (c) Table (d) Vacuum Q. No. 17. The process that is involved in the transfer of Pollen grains on Stigma of carpel is (a) Fertilization (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Pollination Q. No. 18. Force that slow down or stops the motion of a bicycle is (a) Cone (b) Gravitational (c) Magnetic (d) Electrical Q. No. 19. Seeds of the plants that dispersed through water are (a) Oak (b) Lotus (c) Maple (d) Sheesham Q. No. 20. If powder of iron is mixed in water. To separate this powder we will use (a) Cell (b) Compass (c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. Urine is stored in (a) Bladder (b) Kidney (c) Ureter (d) Liver Q. No. 22. Wheel of a car rotates by using energy (a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. When two objects are rubbed together there is a change in number of (a) Electron (b) Neutron (c) Positron (d) Proton Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. The process of preparation of food by plants in the presence of sunlight is (a) Excretion (b) Pre-production (c) Pollination (d) Photosynthesis Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you have to dip the cap for some time into. (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The presence of extinct animal on Earth is found by (a) Bones (b) Ears

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Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29. The planets of our solar system that have no moon are (a) Earth, Jupiter (b) Mars, Uranus (c) Mercury, Venus (d) Neptune, Pluto Q. No. 30. Non-conductor of heat is (a) Brass (b) Iron (c) Plastic (d) Silver GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No. 31. (a) Define pollution? (2) (b) Enlist ways to control pollution. (4) (c) Why should pollution be controlled? (4) Q. No. 32. (a) What is the reason for unique shape of a human body? (2) (b) Write the names of bones. (3) (c) Explain the functions of skeleton. (5) Q. No. 33.(a) What is blood? (2) (b) Enlist the four composition of blood (4) (c) Write the four causes of heart attack related to blood? (4) Q. No. 34.(a) How humus is formed? (3) (b) Enlist the layers of soil. (3) (c) Explain the structure of upper soil and its role in growth of plant. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 6 Science Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No. 1. The useable fresh water on earth is (a) 1% (b) 10% (c) 20% (d) 30% Q. No. 2. In your garden there are varieties of orange plants. Only one of the plants gives sweet oranges. Which of the following method will you use to get sweet oranges by all plants? (a) Cutting (b) Grafting (c) Layering (d) Seed Sowing Q. No. 3. If the angle of reflection of light on a smooth surface is 30° then the angle of incidence would be (a) 30° (b) 45° (c) 60° (d) 75° Q. No. 4. Vaccines are given to the babies for prevention of diseases. (a) Fever and Polio (b) Malaria and Tetanus (c) Measles and typhoid (d) Whooping cough and Hepatitis Q. No. 5. The percentage of water in your brothers blood will be (a) 50% (b) 60% (c) 70% (d) 80% Q. No. 6. Pollution is produced by using more (a) Fossil Fuels (b) Hydal Power (c) Solar Energy (d) Recycled material Q. No. 7. The poisonous water of the factories if drained into river will most likely effect the (a) Animal (b) Human being (c) Animal in a pond (d) Water animal Q. No. 8. If an organism has not been seen living for last 50 years, it is said to be (a) Dinosaurs (b) Endangered (c) Extinct (d) Fossil Q. No. 9. Physical change is (a) Burning of paper (b) Burning of matchbox (c) Melting of ice cream (d) Rusting of Iron Q. No. 10. Which of the following group is the conductor of electricity (a) Aluminum and Wood (b) Copper and Plastic (c) Iron and Brass (d) Wood and Rubber Q. No. 11. The endangered species that is almost blind is (a) Dolphin (b) Musk Dear (c) Marco polo sheep (d) Neelgay Q. No. 12. Which one is NOT a chemical change

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(a) Clay (b) Sand (c) Clay and Sand (d) Loam Q. No. 14. In order to make their own food plant leaves absorb (a) Minerals (b) Oxygen (c) Rain (d) Sunlight Q. No. 15. The speed of sound will be more in (a) Air (b) Iron (c) Water (d) Plastic Sheet Q. No. 16. Sound CANNOT pass through (a) Room (b) Tea (c) Table (d) Vacuum Q. No. 17. The plant that produces new plants from its leaves is (a) Apple (b) Bryophyllum (c) Ginger (d) Sugarcane Q. No. 18. Force that slow down or stops the motion of a bicycle is (a) Cone (b) Gravitational (c) Magnetic (d) Electrical Q. No. 19. Palm seeds are dispersed by (a) Air (b) Birds (c) Man (d) Water Q. No. 20. If powder of iron is mixed in water. To separate this powder we will use (a) Cell (b) Compass (c) Magnet (d) Bulb Q. No. 21. The system that control the functions of the body is (a) Circulatory system (b) Excretory system (c) Muscular system (d) Nervous system Q. No. 22. Wheel of a car rotates by using energy (a) Electrical (b) Heat (c) Mechanical (d) Potential Q. No. 23. The positive charge is produced when there is a shifting of a particle from the atom that particle will be (a) Electron (b) Neutron (c) Proton (d) Proton and Neutron Q. No. 24. The group that represents the physical change is (a) Burning of oil and melting of ice cream (b) Dissolving sugar in water and curd formation (c) Lightning of bulb and melting of snow (d) Rusting of iron and burning of coal Q. No. 25. Chlorophyll helps the plants for absorption of (a) Fertilizers (b) Pesticides (c) Sunlight (d) Water Q. No. 26. If the cap of a glass bottle is not opening in winter. To get it opened you have to dip the cap for some time into. (a) Cold water (b) Fresh water (c) Hot water (d) Milk Q. No. 27. The extinct animal is (a) Dolphin (b) Dinosaur (c) Star Fish (d) Rahu Fish Q. No. 28. The Earth’s magnet has Pole/Poles (a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four Q. No. 29. The planets in solar system that have more than 15 moons are (a) Earth and Mercury (b) Jupiter and Saturn (c) Mars and Neptune (d) Pluto and Venus Q. No. 30. Non-conductor of heat is (a) Brass (b) Iron (c) Plastic (d) Silver GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Science Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31. (a) Define pollution? (2) (b) Enlist ways to control pollution. (4) (c) Why should pollution be controlled? (4) Q. No. 32. (a) What is the reason for unique shape of a human body? (2)

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(b) Write the names of bones. (3) (c) Explain the functions of skeleton. (5) Q. No. 33.(a) Define energy? (2) (b) Enlist two basic forms of energy. (2) (c) In the figure shown write the energies involved at points 1,2 and 3? (6)

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heroic personality of Muslims, who was that? (a) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar (b) Liaqat Ali Khan (c) Quaid-e-Azam (d) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan 23: The basis of Two Nation Theory: (a) Difference in dress, food habits, colour of the people (b) Difference in Beliefs, dress, food habits, Glorious Traditions (c) Difference in colour, food habits, dress (d) Glorious traditions, language, education 24: Most populated set of areas in Pakistan: (a) Valley of Kabul, North –Western Mountains (b) Canal irrigated areas of Punjab & Sind, Valley of Kabul River (c) Karachi, Quetta and Sialkot (d) Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad 25: According to the official estimates of 1992, the estimated literacy rates respectively in males and females of Pakistan are: (a) 42%, 12% (b) 36%,16% (c) 39% , 27% (d) 41% , 32 % 26: The clues, Karachi , Lawyer, 1877, 1948 and Muslim League indicate which heroic personality of the freedom struggle for Pakistan? (a) Quaid-i-Azam (b) Liaqat Ali Khan (c) Chaudhary Rehmat Ali (d) Allama Muhammad Iqbal 27: The set of books written by Allama Muhammad Iqbal is: (a) Javed Nama, Shah Nama-e-Islam and Zarb-e-Kalim (b) Bang-i-Dara, Javed Nama and Bal-i-Jibril (c) Zarb-i-Kalim, Mussadas and Armaghen-e-Hijaz (d) Shah Nama-e-Islam, Javed Nama and Bal-i-Jibril 28. The set of Rabi Crops which are sown in early winter is: (a) Wheat, Grams (b) Wheat, Rice (c) Maize, Rice (d) Rice, Bajra 29. If we start our journey from Karachi, go to China and then reach Afghanistan, which of the following directions we cover? (a) North and West (b) North and East (c) South and West (d) South and East 30. Point out the set of cities, where a precious metal used for Atomic Energy, is found: (a) Mianwali, Muzaffar Garh, Attock (b) Harnai , D.G.Khan , Dandot (c) D.G. Khan , Hazara , Mianwali (d) Hazara , Makarwal , Koha PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION MODEL PAPER GRADE – 5 YEAR 2006-07 Social Studies Part-B (Open Ended Questions) TIME ALLOWED: 30 minutes 31.Observe the given Diagram closely; recall in your mind the related topic and answer the following questions:

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( a) Label the Equator in the above diagram. ( b) Identify the zone in the above diagram where the sun rays fall obliquely throughout the year. ( Write the name of the Zone on the proper place in the above diagram) ( c) Why is there a difference in the summer and winter temperatures in the zone you have identified in (b)? 32. Read the given passage for recalling the concerned topic on forests and answer the following questions : Forests are continuous areas of land dominated by trees. Almighty Allah has blessed us with natural resources which include forests. For a balanced economy of a country one-fourth area should be under forests. In the northern frontier region and plains of the Punjab, we have maximum forests. Forests play an important role in up grading the environment and socioeconomic development of a country. ( a) For a balanced Economy , how much part of the area of a country should be under forests ? ( b) Which provincial areas of our country are devoid of forests ? ( c) How do the forests improve the environment and help in socio-economic development of a country ? 33. Read the given passage for recalling the concerned topic on personalities who worked for freedom and answer the following questions : Passage: After the war of Independence , the Hindus had closed all the doors of progress for the Muslims. Under these circumstances Sir Syed Ahmed Khan appealed to the British that there should be jobs for the Muslims and on the other side he induced the Muslims to get education and learn science. Allama Muhammad Iqbal was also a great thinker for the Muslim nation. He persuaded the Muslims to stand upon their own feet . He wished that the Muslims should get independence from the British and have a separate independent Muslim country. He is also our national poet. Quaid-e-Azam was a committed Muslim leader and a lawyer who always fought for Muslim cause. His efforts were successful in getting the biggest Islamic state of the world on 14th August, 1947. (a) What did Sir Syed Ahmed Khan say to the British for the Muslims? (b) What were the common feelings of Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Syed Ahmed Khan for the Muslims? (c) What was the difference in achievements of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan? Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam, for the Muslims 34. Read the passage given below for recalling the topic of Water Logging and salinity from your Curriculum content and answer the following questions: Plants like other living things need air; water and food for their growth .Plants get their food mainly from their roots. Plants can not get food properly and begin to rot if water-table rises up near the surface of the earth and at times the subsoil water comes over the surface. This is water logging. In this case water stays in the roots and the plants become rot. Sometimes, in salinity, a great amount of salt accumulates in the root region of the plants. This dissolves in water and roots cannot get food and the plants wither away. A literate farmer can face such challenges in a better way in comparison to an illiterate one. (a) Name any one thing plants require? (b) What is the reason of water logging? (c) If you visit a field in the Punjab with some problems, how you will be able to know that the particular field has the problems of water logging and salinity or not? Grade -5 scholarship examination-2007 SOCIAL STUDIES Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes 1. The English Government came to an end in (a) 1933 (b) 1930

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(b) 1857 (d) 1940 2. Pakistan Resolution was passed by the Muslims in Lahore in (a) 1935 (b) 1938 (b) 1940 (d) 1947 3. The biggest war of tanks was fought in 1965 at (a) Lahore (b) Kasur (b) Kashmir (d) Sialkot 4. Country located in west of Pakistan is (a) India (b) China (c) Iran (d) Russia 5. The largest sea port of Pakistan is (a) Gawadar (b) Karachi (b) Port Qasim (d) Pasni 6. Country of the world which emerged on the world map in the name of Islam is (c) Saudi Arabia (b) Iran (d) Pakistan (d) Afghanistan 7. Hamoon-e-Mashkhel is located in (e) Baluchistan Plateau (b) Pothwar Plateau (f) Alluvia plains (d) Upper Indus plain 8. The potwar plateau lies between the rivers (g) Chenab, Jhehlum (b) Indus Jhehlum (h) Indus, Jhehlum (d) Chenab, Indus 9.The pothwar plateau is (i) rich in minerals (b) Lush green (j) beautiful Lakes (d) famous for the fruit 10. Spring season starts in (k) March (b) July (l) October (d) January 11. Moonsoon winds start to blow in (m) July (b) June (n) September (d) August 12. In winter season temperature remains between (o) 20°c to 30°c (b) 18°c to 32°c (p) 22°c to 34°c (d) 24°c to 36°c 13. Majority of the people in Pakistan eat (q) Wheat (b) Rice (r) Vegetable (d) Fruit 14. In Pakistan rice is cultivated in those areas where (s) canal water is available (t) Rain water is available (u) canal water is not available (v) Land water is available 15. Which of the following is not cash crop of Pakistan? (w) Rice (b) Cotton (x) Sugar cane (d) Tobacco Q. No.16. Cigarettes and cigars are manufactured from (a) Tobacco (b) Sugar cane (c) Cotton (d) Rice Q. No.17. Manchester of Pakistan is (a) Lahore (b) Karachi (c) Faisalabad (d) Queta Q. No.18. Surgical industry is mainly located in (a) Wazirabad, Sialkot and Gujranwala (b) Bhakhar, Joharabad and Layyah (c) Mardan, Charsadda and Noshera (d) Lahore, Karachi and Faisalabad Q. No.19. The real wealth of modern age is (a) Copper (b) Marble (c) Natural gas (d) Uranium Q. No.20. How much people are associated with Agriculture in Pakistan? (a) 69.2% (b) 67.5% (c) 73.4% (d) 92.8% Q. No.21. According to the census of 1998 literacy rate in Pakistan is (a) 26.6% (b) 42.0% (c) 37.8% (d) 47.2% Q. No.22. The organization which helps and guides the people during war is called

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(a) Civil Defense (b) Police (c) National Guard (d) Blood Bank Q. No.23. The president of Pakistan is the (a) Chief Executive and Head of Government (b) Senator and Head of Government (c) Senator and Prime Minister (d) Chief Executive and Chief Justice of Pakistan Q. No.24. The railway track between Karachi to Queta is (a) 510 km long (b) 520 km long (c) 530 km long (d) 540 km long Q. No.25. The Auqaf Department looks after the maintenance and running of (a) Schools and colleges (b) Zoo and Art Galleries (c) Charity hospital and Shrines (d) Libraries and Blood bank Q. No.26. Pollution problem is (a) Increasing day by day (b) Decreasing day by day (c) going to start (d) going to an end 27. Hazrat Mohammad (Peace be upon him) was born on (a) 20th April 571 (b) 30th April 571 (c) 20th April 570 (c) 30th April 572 28. Hazrat Mohammad (Peace be upon him) performed Hajj after (a) 10 years of migration (b) 20 years of migration (c) 30 years of migration (d) 40 years of migration 29. Hazrat Mohammad (Peace be upon him) was expired at the age of (a) 60 year (b) 61 year (c) 62 year (d) 63 year 30. The name of Pakistan was proposed by (a) Allama Iqbal (b) Ch. Rehmat Ali (c) Quaid-e-Azam (d) Mohammad Bin Qasim Social Studies Part-(B) TIME ALLOWED: 30 minutes . 31. (a) What is meant by a continent? (b) Write the names of all continents of the World. (c) Write the names of the neighboring countries of Pakistan according to their location. Q. No.32. In 712, Mohammad Bin Qasim conquered Sindh and established the first Muslim Government in India. After him Sultan Mehmood Ghazanavi and Shahabuddin Ghuari attacked India several times. In 1172 Shahabuddin Ghuari defeated a very strong ruler of India, Pirthivi Raj and established a Muslim Government here. (a) When did Mohammad Bin Qasim conquer Sindh? (b) Which Indian ruler had been defeated by Shahbuddin Ghuari? (c) When the Muslim Government had been established by Shahabuddin Ghuari? Q. No.33. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born in 1817. He was son of Syed Muhammad Taqi. The British took over the Sub continent, after conquering the war of Independence in 1857. The British called this war a “revolt”. (a) When did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born? (b) What is the name of father of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan? (c) When did the British conquer the War of Independence? Q. No.34. (a) How many books did Shah Waliullah write? (b) Which is the most famous book of Shah Waliullah? (c) When did Shah Waliullah die? GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 1 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. Shahab-ud-Din Ghori defeated Pirthvi Raj in (a) 1102 (b) 1192 (c) 1168 (d) 1150 Q. No.2. Quaid-e-Azam was buried in (a) Lahore (b) Quetta (c) Peshawar (d) Karachi Q. No.3. The only single country of the world which came into being in the name of Islam. (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan

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Q. No.5. The rate of Population increases in Pakistan approximately per annum is (a) 1.7 % (b) 1.4 % (c) 1.9 % (d) 1.1 % Q. No.6. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) was born on (a) 12 Rabi-ul-Awal at Mecca (b) 10 Rabi-ul-Awal at Madina (c) 18 Rabi-ul-Awal at Jeddah (d) 14 Rabi-ul-Awal at Riyadh Q. No.7. In the north of Pakistan lies (a) China and shares 585 km boundary with Pakistan (b) Iran and shares 805 km boundary with Pakistan (c) India and shares 1610 km boundary with Pakistan (d) Afghanistan and shares 2252 km boundary with Pakistan Q. No.8. Health visitors go from door to door to give the People (a) Food and Water (b) Education and Book (c) Medicines and Guidance (d) Letters and Money order Q. No.9. Paper Industry is located in (a) Multan, Lahore, kasur (b) Jaranwala, Mirpur, Haripur (c) Gujranwala, Sialkot, Karachi (d) Nowshera, Hyderabad, Lahore. Q. No.10. Our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) delivered his last speech after (a) 6 Years of Migration (b) 3 Years of Migration (c) 10 Years of Migration (d) 7 Years of Migration Q. No.11. The Polluted Water of the Industry badly effects (a) Health of People (b) Status of People (c) Education of People (d) Income of People Q. No.12. The Indian army, without any reason attacked the boundaries of Pakistan In (a) 1965 (b) 1948 (c) 1971 (d) 1959 Q. No.13. The Set of Food Crops is (a) Rice, Maize, Wheat, Oil Proceeding Seeds (b) Barley, Cotton, Jute, Tobacco (c) Fruits, Barley, Millet, Tobacco (d) Jute, Sugarcane, Cotton, Vegetables Q. No.14. The biggest Salt range in Pakistan and in the World is in (a) Punjab Province at Khewera (b) Sind Province at Sukkar (c) Balochistan Province at Ziarat (d) NWFP Province at Naran Q. No.15. An Atomic power generation Station was built in (a) Lahore in 1977 with the help of China (b) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.16. 67.5% of Pakistan population depends on (a) Mining (b) Live Stocking (c) Agricultural (d) Banking Q. No.17. The length of well Constructed roads in Pakistan is (a) 528, 640 km (b) 368, 340 km (c) 258, 340 km (d) 458, 440 km Q. No.18. The Set of Cities having high Population is (a) Kasur, Narowal, Quetta (b) Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad (c) Sialkot, Shiekhupura, Jehlum (d) Nawab Shah, Vehari, Okara Q. No.19. Shah Wali Ullah was (a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and translated the Quran (c) A great Philosopher and lover of Knowledge (d) A great Artist and lover of Art Q. No.20. Sialkot is famous for (a) Electrical and Iron goods (b) Car and Motor Cycles (c) Surgical and Sport goods (d) Glass and Steel goods Q. No.21. The biggest workshop of Railway is at (a) Moghalpura Lahore. (b) Gulgusht Colony Multan (c) Korangi Karachi (d) Qadam Abad Hyderabad Q. No.22. In Northern area of Pakistan the set of fruits grows is (a) Kino, Melon, Guava, Banana (b) Orange, Dates, Mulberry (c) Orange, watermelon, Strawberry, Dates

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(c) Kot Addu and Muzafarabad (d) Bahawalpur and Lodhran Q. No.24. O G D C is established (a) For the development of Coal and Copper Industry (b) For the development of Chromite and Iron Industry (c) For the development and Discovery of Oil and Gas (d) For the development of Uranium and Gypsum Q. No.25. Gypsum is founded in (a) Mardan, Swat, Swabi,D.G Khan (b) Dandot, Macrwal, Lakhra, Hazara (c) Bahawalpur, Jehlum, Quetta, Mianwali (d) Kohat, Chaghi, Mardan, Lahore Q. No.26. The duty of Police is (a) To maintain law and order and protect the lives and property of people (b) To prepare the people to defend themselves against war time and other calamity (c) To defend the boundaries and help the people in natural calamity (d) To Co-operate with all departments of Govt for the welfare of People Q. No.27. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah got his education from (a) Karachi and England (b) Lahore and India (c) Multan and America (d) Quetta and China Q. No.28. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahbad and demanded a separate state for Muslims (a) 1940 (b) 1930 (c) 1920 (d) 1950 Q. No.29. He was not only a warrior but also lover of art and knowledge. He always conquered because of his strong faith in Islam. (a) Muhammad Bin Qasim (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar (c) Sultan Tippu (d) Mehmood Gaznvi Q. No.30. M 3 Motor Way connects (a) Pindi Bhattian with Faisalabad (b) Lahore with Islamabad (c) Islamabad with Peshawar (d) Faisalabad with Lahore GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. (a) Who is called illiterate? (1) (b) What is expressed in Holy Quran about illiterate Person? (2) (c) What efforts are being made by the Govt to increase the rate of literacy? (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is meant by minerals? (1) (b) Where did the biggest mines of rock salt are found? (2) (c) Where did the salt is used? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1) (b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) When the Independence War was fought? (1) (b) What was the behaviour of the British with the Muslims after the war of Independence? (c) How did Sir Syed Ahmad Khan serve the Muslims at the time of hardship? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 2 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. Pakistan came into existence in (a) 1942 (b) 1945 (c) 1947 (d) 1948 Q. No.2. Jeddah and Riyadh are famous Cities of (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan

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(d) New News Q. No.27. Army’s first duty is (a) To run the civil (b) To serve the masses administration (c) To guard the boundaries of the Country (d) To rule over the masses Q. No.28. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahbad and demanded a separate state for Muslims (a) 1940 (b) 1930 (c) 1920 (d) 1950 Q. No.29. He was not only a warrior but also lover of art and knowledge. He always conquered because of his strong faith in Islam. (a) Muhammad Bin Qasim (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar (c) Sultan Tippu (d) Mehmood Gaznvi Q. No.30. Allama Iqbal was born at (a) Quetta (b) Sialkot (c) Karachi (d) Peshawar GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes. Q. No.31. (a) Who introduce the ‘Two Nation Theory’ in the Sub-Continent (1) (b) On which theory, Pakistan came into Existence? (2) (c) What is the ‘Two Nation Theory’? (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is meant by Weather? (1) (b) Which are the Seasons of Pakistan? (2) (c) How does the climate effect on human health? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1) (b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) Who brought up the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.H.U)? (1) (b) Which were the names with which the Holy Prophet was addressed? (2) (c) For whom is His (P.B.U.H) life a model to follow? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 3 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes. Q. No.1. Muhammad Bin Qasim Conquered Sindh and established the first Muslim govt. (a) In 612 (b) In 712 (c) In 811 (d) In 911 Q. No.2. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahabad (a) In 1921 (b) In 1926 (c) In 1929 (d) In 1930 Q. No.3. The only single country of the world which came into being in the name of Islam. (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan Q. No.4. The Urban population of Pakistan is (a) 32.5% (b) 42.7% (c) 52.9% (d) 22.2% Q. No.5. In Pakistan most of the Electricity is generated by (a) Coal (b) Oil (c) Water (d) Wood Q. No.6. In air, due to Pollution, the temperature is (a) Decreasing (b) Increasing (c) Constant (d) Not any Q. No.7. The Muslim Population in Pakistan is (a) 87.5 % (b) 90.5 % (c) 92.7 % (d) 96.7 % Q. No.8. Pakistan’s National language is

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Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. (a) What is meant by Weather? (1) (b) Which are the Seasons of Pakistan? (2) (c) How does the climate effect on the human health? (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is Constitution meant for? (1) (b) Who formulate Constitution? (2) (c) Enumerate two benefits of Constitution? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1) (b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) Who was Quaid-e-Azam? (1) (b) What was Quaid-e-Azam’s opinion about the women of the nation? (2) (c) Which were the struggles of Quaid-e-Azam for the achievement of Pakistan? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 4 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. Muhammad Bin Qasim Conquered Sindh and established the first Muslim government in India (a) In 715 (b) In 714 (c) In 713 (d) In 712 Q. No.2. In his Allahabad address, Allama Iqbal proposed a separate state for the Muslims of India which would comprise the areas of (a) Bengal and Punjab (b) Existing Pakistan (c) Bengal and Bihar (d) Kashmir and Sindh Q. No.3. The only single country of the world which came into being in the name of Islam. (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan Q. No.4. The Urban population of Pakistan is (a) 32.5% (b) 42.7% (c) 52.9% (d) 22.2% Q. No.5. The zone which remains hot throughout the year is (a) Tropical Zone (b) North temperate Zone (c) South temperate Zone (d) Fridged Zone Q. No.6. Ports are built on the shores because (a) People like to travel by ships (b) Marine journey is cheaper (c) Most of the trade is done through sea transportation (d) People catch fish at ports Q. No.7. the sea ports of Pakistan are (a) Harbours of Karachi and Pisni (b) Harbours of Karachi, Pisni, Port Qasim, Gwadar (c) Harbours of Karachi and Port Qasim (d) Harbours of Karachi and gwadar Q. No.8. The fastest friend of Pakistan is (a) Russia (b) America (c) Britain (d) China Q. No.9. The names of ranges lie to the north of Pakistan are (a) Karaakoram and Himalayas ranges (b) Hindukush and Sufaid mountain ranges (c) Sulaiman ranges

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(d) Kirthar ranges Q. No.10. The Khyber pass is located near (a) Kohat (b) Quetta (c) Peshawar (d) Chitral Q. No.11. Delta means (a) Source of a river (b) The last stage of the river in which river falls into ocean by dividing itself into many parts (c) Flow of river through Plains (d) To store Water by dams Q. No.12. The Indian army, without any reason attacked the boundaries of Pakistan in (a) 1965 (b) 1948 (c) 1971 (d) 1959 Q. No.13. Weather is Condition of temperature, humidity rainfall, air pressure and wind speed of a place for a (a) Long period of time which may be for about 25 to 30 years (b) Short period of time and it changes daily

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(c) Period of 30 days (d) Period of one year Q. No.14. The climate of Coastal Areas remains (a) Temperate (b) Very hot (c) Very cold (d) Very dry Q. No.15. ‘Sibi’ which is the hottest place, is in (a) Sindh (b) N.W.F.P (c) Balochistan (d) Punjab Q. No.16. 67.5% of Pakistan population depends on (a) Mining (b) Live Stocking (c) Agricultural (d) Banking Q. No.17. Faisalabad is called the Manchester of Pakistan because (a) It has a large number of textile mills and yarn factories (b) It has a large number of sugar factories and yarn factories (c) It has surgical goods industry and electrical goods industry (d) It has glass industry and Pharmaceutical industry Q. No.18. The largest thermal power stations of Pakistan are situated in (a) Karachi and Quetta (b) Kot Addu and Muzaffargarh (c) Lahore and Multan (d) Bahawalpur and Sukhur Q. No.19. Basically, Pakistan is (a) An industrial Country (b) A Country of Commerce and Trade (c) A Country of Minerals (d) An Agricultural Country Q. No.20. The people have higher living standard in those Countries where (a) The Area and population are large (b) The resources are large but the population grown on rapidly (c) The population is less but the resources and area are large (d) The resources are less but the population is large Q. No.21. In 1825, Railway engine was invented by (a) Ien Stine (b) Newton (c) George Stephen (d) Marconi Q. No.22. The first Muslim conqueror of India, Manjaneeq, Raja Dahir These information’s indicate the personality of (a) Shahabuddin Ghouri (b) Sultan Muhammad Tuglaq (c) Zahir-ud-Din Babar (d) Muhammad Bin Qasim Q. No.23. ‘Somnath’ was the Holy Temple of Hindus and they considered it unconquerable but (a) Ibrahim Lodhi conquered it (b) Allauddin Khilji conquered it (c) Mehmood Ghaznavi conquered it (d) Qutabuddin Aibak conquered it Q. No.24. “Hujatul Balagha” was written by (a) Hazrat Shah Waliullah (b) Hazrat Mujadadalf sami (c) Hazrat Shah Abdul Aziz (d) Hazrat Shah Abdul Rahim Q. No.25. Gypsum is founded in (a) Mardan, Swat, Swabi,D.G Khan (b) Dandot, Macrwal, Lakhra, Hazara (c) Bahawalpur, Jehlum, Quetta, Mianwali (d) Kohat, Chaghi, Mardan, Lahore Q. No.26. ‘Two Nation Theory’ was presented before the English government first time by (a) Quaid-e-Azam (b) Allama Iqbal (c) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar (d) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Q. No.27. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan convinced the Muslims of India to get Western education so that (a) They may take a stand against the English Government (b) They may get into political patch up with the Hindus (c) They may stand on their feet (d) They may obey the English Government Q. No.28. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahbad and demanded a separate

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state for Muslims (a) 1940 (b) 1930 (c) 1920 (d) 1950 Q. No.29. He was not only a warrior but also lover of art and knowledge. He always conquered because of his strong faith in Islam. (a) Muhammad Bin Qasim (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar (c) Sultan Tippu (d) Mehmood Gaznvi Q. No.30. Air Pollution takes place by (a) Contaminated water coming from factories (b) Throwing litter on the surface of earth (c) Smoke of vehicles and factories (d) None of these GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS

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Q. No.31. (a) Which two Civilizations were at their climax in India when the Arians attacked on it? (1) (b) Which proposal was given by Allama Iqbal in his Allahabad Address? (2) (c) Give the names of neighbouring Countries of Pakistan? (2) Q. No.32. (a) What is meant by Capricorn? (1) (b) Write a note about Tropical Zone? (2) (c) What is Desert Area? Write the names of desert areas in Pakistan (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1) (b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) Name the methods of power generation in Pakistan? (1) (b) What do you know about the Atomic power generation in Pakistan? (2) (c) Give a brief account of concurrence of Somnath by Mehmood Ghaznavi? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 5 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes Q. No.1. Pakistan resolution was passed in (a) 1940 (b) 1945 (c) 1947 (d) 1948 Q. No.2. The temperature of plain areas in winter is (a) High (b) Low (c) Hot (d) Pleasant Q. No.3. The only single country of the world which came into being in the name of Islam. (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan Q. No.4. The Urban population of Pakistan is (a) 32.5% (b) 42.7% (c) 52.9% (d) 22.2% Q. No.5. The name of Pakistan was suggested by (a) Allama Iqbal (b) Chaudhary Rehmat Ali (c) Quaid-e-Azam (d) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan Q. No.6. First Muslim Government in India was established by (a) Mehmood Ghaznavi (b) Shahabuddin Ghauri (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Muhammad Ali Jinnah Q. No.7. According to census of 1998, Percentage of literate persons is (a) 65 % (b) 39.80 % (c) 37.8 % (d) 36.7 % Q. No.8. The majority of the people of Kashmir State was (a) Hindus (b) Sikhs (c) Christians (d) Muslims Q. No.9. Maintaining of law and order is the duty of (a) Scouts (b) Military (c) Rangers (d) Police Q. No.10. A very big war of tanks was fought at (a) Sargodha (b) Lahore (c) Kasur (d) Chawinda Sialkot Q. No.11. On the World map our Country is located in the Continent of Asia to the direction of (a) East (b) North (c) South (d) West

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Q. No.12. The Indian army, without any reason attacked the boundaries of Pakistan in (a) 1965 (b) 1948 (c) 1971 (d) 1959 Q. No.13. In North South direction Earth surface is divided into (a) 360° (b) 380° (c) 370° (d) 365° Q. No.14. All the decision of the National Assembly in Pakistan are approved by (a) Prime Minister (b) President of Pakistan (c) Speaker National Assembly (d) Governor Q. No.15. Minerals, water, air and soil are (a) Human resources (b) Financial resources (c) Artificial resources (d) National resources Q. No.16. 67.5% of Pakistan population depends on (a) Mining (b) Live Stocking (c) Agricultural (d) Banking Q. No.17. The latest device in the Tele Communication sector is (a) Laud Speaker (b) Telephone (c) Mobile phone

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(d) Television Q. No.18. The procedures of the senate are run by (a) Chairman (b) Prime-Minister (c) President (d) Speaker National Assembly Q. No.19. The only source of cultivation in pothwar plateau is (a) Rivers (b) Canals (c) Rainfall (d) Lakes Q. No.20. The most important cash crap of Pakistan is (a) Oil seeds (b) Sugarcane (c) Cotton (d) Pulses Q. No.21. The Core issue between India and Pakistan is (a) Kashmir (b) Hyderabad (c) Gawadar (d) New Delhi Q. No.22. According to the constitution National Assembly should be elected after every (a) Seven Years (b) Eight Years (c) Five Years (d) Four Years Q. No.23. The total length of railway lines in Pakistan (a) 7791 km (b) 7887 km (c) 9988 km (d) 9177 km Q. No.24. The imaginary lines drawn in the East West direction on the surface of the Earth are called (a) Longitudes (b) Latitudes (c) Capricorns (d) Equators Q. No.25. Gypsum is founded in (a) Mardan, Swat, Swabi,D.G Khan (b) Dandot, Macrwal, Lakhra, Hazara (c) Bahawalpur, Jehlum, Quetta, Mianwali (d) Kohat, Chaghi, Mardan, Lahore Q. No.26. Aligarh Muslim School was founded in (a) 1857 (b) 1906 (c) 1885 (d) 1875 Q. No.27. Deebal is the old name of (a) Larkana (b) Quetta (c) Karachi (d) Hyderabad Q. No.28. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahbad and demanded a spate state for Muslims (a) 1940 (b) 1930 (c) 1920 (d) 1950 Q. No.29. He was not only a warrior but also lover of art and knowledge. He always conquered because of his strong faith in Islam. (a) Muhammad Bin Qasim (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar (c) Sultan Tippu (d) Mehmood Gaznvi Q. No.30. The weather keeps on changing on (a) Daily Basis (b) Weekly Basis (c) Monthly Basis (d) Yearly Basis GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Social Study Part-(B)

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OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. (a) What is meant by “Resources”? (1) (b) What are the types of resources? (2) (c) Are there some such natural resources which never come to an end? (2) Q. No.32. (a) Who was Quaid-e-Azam? (1) (b) What was Quaid-e-Azam’s opinion about the women of the nation? (2) (c) What were the struggles of Quaid-e-Azam for the achievement of Pakistan? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1) (b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) What is meant by Weather? (1)

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(b) Write down the names of the seasons of Pakistan? (2) (c) How does the climate effect on the human health? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Version 6 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 20 minutes. Q. No.1. The name of our National Poet and great Philosopher is (a) Allama Muhammad Iqbal (b) Mirza Ghalib (c) Altaf Hussian Hali (d) Hafeez Jalandhari Q. No.2. Pothwar Plateau is rich in (a) Vegetables (b) Fruits (c) Minerals (d) Food Craps Q. No.3. The only single country of the world which came into being in the name of Islam. (a) Saudia (b) Iran (c) Bangladesh (d) Pakistan Q. No.4. The Urban population of Pakistan is (a) 32.5% (b) 42.7% (c) 52.9% (d) 22.2% Q. No.5. The National Language of Pakistan is (a) Urdu (b) English (c) Arabic (d) Persian Q. No.6. The highest Court of Islamic Republic of Pakistan is (a) High Court (b) Session Court (c) Supreme Court (d) District Court Q. No.7. Our brave Air fighter M. M. Alam shoot down many Indian aircrafts in one attack in (a) 1948 (b) 1971 (c) 1965 (d) 1981 Q. No.8. The British had snatched the rule of India from the (a) Hindus (b) Muslims (c) Sikhs (d) Christians Q. No.9. The Country which became a member of the United Nations in 1947, and wished Peace in the world from the beginning (a) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (b) Turkey (c) Islamic Republic of Iran (d) Pakistan Q. No.10. The latest device in the Tele Communication sector is (a) Computer (b) Television (c) Radio (d) Mobile-phone Q. No.11. District Multan and Muzaffargarh well-known for the production of (a) Apple (b) Mango (c) Walnut (d) Grapes Q. No.12. The Indian army, without any reason attacked the boundaries of Pakistan in (a) 1965 (b) 1948 (c) 1971 (d) 1959 Q. No.13. The hottest area in Pakistan is (a) Karachi (b) Sibi (c) Peshawar (d) Landi kotal Q. No.14. The chromite is used in the industry of (a) Fertilizers (b) Glass (c) Iron & Steel (d) Paper & Card-board Q. No.15. In North South direction Earth surface is divided into (a) 190° (b) 350° (c) 360° (d) 275° Q. No.16. 67.5% of Pakistan population depends on (a) Mining (b) Live Stocking (c) Agricultural (d) Banking

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(c) Karachi Sea-port (d) Qasim Sea-port Q. No.22. The Winds flow from Sea to Land which are full of humidity in the season of (a) Winter (b) Summer (c) Autumn (d) Spring Q. No.23. Pakistan Television started its operation on November 26, 1964 from (a) Islamabad Centre (b) Karachi Centre (c) Lahore Centre (d) Quetta Centre Q. No.24. The biggest mines of rock salt are found in (a) China (b) Pakistan (c) Turkey (d) Iran Q. No.25. Gypsum is founded in (a) Mardan, Swat, Swabi,D.G Khan (b) Dandot, Macrwal, Lakhra, Hazara (c) Bahawalpur, Jehlum, Quetta, Mianwali (d) Kohat, Chaghi, Mardan, Lahore Q. No.26. The minimum age for a senator is (a) 25 Years (b) 30 Years (c) 35 Years (d) 45 years Q. No.27. Allama Muhammad Iqbal passed his M.A from Government College (a) Sialkot (b) Rawalpindi (c) Sahiwal (d) Lahore Q. No.28. Allama Iqbal delivered a speech in Allahbad and demanded a spate state for Muslims (a) 1940 (b) 1930 (c) 1920 (d) 1950 Q. No.29. He was not only a warrior but also lover of art and knowledge. He always conquered because of his strong faith in Islam (a) Muhammad Bin Qasim (b) Bahadur Shah Zafar (c) Sultan Tippu (d) Mehmood Gaznvi Q. No.30. Our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H) was born in the month of (a) March (b) April (c) September (d) December GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2008 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 40 minutes Q. No.31. (a) What is meant by rumour? (1) (b) How do rumours spread? (2) (c) Write down one benefit and one draw back of rumours? (2) Q. No.32. (a) Where did the Arians live? (1) (b) At that time which two civilizations were at their climax? (2) (c) By whom Pirthvi Raj was defeated? (2) Q. No.33. (a) What is meant by Industry? (1)

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(b) Write down the kind of Industry? Name these? (2) (c) Describe the importance of Industry in the development of a country? (2) Q. No.34. (a) Which is the highest post of Pakistan? (1) (b) What is the tenure of the post of President in Pakistan? (2) (c) Can a non-Muslim became the President of Pakistan? (2) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 1 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Summer monsoon winds below due to:(a) Change in physical features (b) Change in speed (c) Change in temperature (d) Change in vegetation Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Most of the Sindh Province is located in the area of:(a) Pothwar plateau (b) Lower Indus Plain (c) Upper Indus plain (d) Coastal areas

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Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Pollution increases:(a) Population (b) Diseases (c) Trees growth (d) Income Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic (c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries Q. No.7. Important cash crop of Pakistan is:(a) Maize (b) Rice (c) Sugar Cane (d) Wheat Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in plain areas are:(a) Mango, Date, Guava (b) Kino, Almond, Apple (c) Apple, Water Melon, Mango (d) Almond, Water Melon, Melon Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarh (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. A good cloth have the qualities of:(a) Regional identification and Religious values (b) National identification and Personal values (c) Regional identification and regional customs (d) Personal identification and family background Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Important means of communication are:(a) Computer and air routes (b) Computer and sea routes (c) Computer and roads (d) Computer and Internet Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Computer is more important than other means of communications because it is:(a) Fast and laborious (b) Slow and cheap (c) Slowest and costly (d) Fastest and cheapest Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia

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Q. No.17. During the era of Muhammad Bin Qasim, Hindus became Muslims with their own sweet will due to:(a) Nice behaviour and respect for Pandits (b) Nice behaviour and respect for elders (c) Nice behaviour and respect for younger (d) Nice behaviour and respect for Muslims Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for:(a) Brotherhood and to implement decisions (b) Brotherhood and to ensure economic growth (c) Brotherhood and to communicate message. (d) Brotherhood and to articulate rules Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December Q. No.21. Social institutions are:(a) Zoo, Hospital and Railway (b) Zoo, Art galleries and Red Crescent (c) Relief funds Libraries, Seaport (d) Blood banks, Auqaf, Dry port.

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Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to: (a) Collect funds and start projects (b) Collect funds and implement projects (c) Distribute funds and implement projects (d) Distribute funds and stop projects Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar (b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Major social problems are: (a) Environmental Pollution, Roads and Smoke (b) Water logging, Railway and Dust (c) Illiteracy, Poverty and un-employment (d) Salinity, Sea ports and heat Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. Measures to achieve the stage of Self Reliance are: (a) Grow by own and sell by own, Increase in population, Loan for students (b) Grow by own and eat by own, increase in production, loans for industries (c) Grow by others and eat by own, increase in water, loan for houses (d) Grown by all and eaten by one, increase in facilities, loans for population. Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjabi, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. Facts representing Agriculture in Pakistan are: (a) Depending population 66.5%, Earning population 50%, grow food crops. (b) Depending population 67.5%, Earning population 51%, grow herbs (c) Depending population 68.5%, Earning population 49%, grow sherbs (d) Depending population 69.5%, Earning population 48%, grow cash crops Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institutions, help in natural calamities, pile ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigners (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Elections

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Q. No.1. Season which comes during the months of April to September is called:(a) Autumn (b) Spring (c) Summer (d) Winter Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Cyclones are produced due to :(a) Stable air pressure (b) Constant air pressure (c) Difference in air pressure (d) Smooth air pressure Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Environmental pollution results increase in:(a) Fruits (b) Benefits (c) Population (d) Health problems Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries Q. No.7. Cash crop of Pakistan is:(a) Maize (b) Rice (c) Sugar Cane (d) Wheat Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in plain areas are:(a) Almond, Banana, Kino (b) Kino, Melon, Banana (c) Pistachio, Melon, Mulberry (d) Orange, Apple, Water Melon Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarah (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. People of NWFP wear:(a) Waist Coat, Cap (b) Shalwar Qameez, Cap (c) Paint Shirt, Cap

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(d) Tehmand Qameez, Cap Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Means of communication are:(a) Fax and postal Service (b) Fax and Railway (c) Postal Service and Roads (d) Internet and Airways Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Computer plays role in:(a) Information and Labour (b) Information and recreation (c) Information and sponsorship (d) Information and tax calculation Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia Q. No.17. During the Era of Muhammad Bin Qasim, Hindus became Muslims with their own sweet will due to :(a) Support of victims and respect for Muslims. (b) Support of victims and respect for Pandits (c) Support of victims and respect for Mughals (d) Support of victims and respect for Britishers

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Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for:(a) Equality and to implement decisions (b) Equality and to ensure economic growth (c) Equality and to pass a message. (d) Equality and to articulate rules Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December Q. No.21. All are social institution except:(a) Hospitals, Orphanages, educational Institutions (b) Parks, Zoo and Art galleries (c) Red crescent, Scouts and Girl guides (d) Roads, Railways and Sea ways Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to collect: (a) Funds and do own work (b) Funds and do religious work (c) Funds and do political work (d) Funds and do social work Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar (b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Social problems are: (a) Unemployment, Scouts, Nurses (b) Unemployment, Pollution and loans (c) Nurses, pollution and Loans (d) Loans, Scouts and Unemployment

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Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. Measures to reduce social problems are: (a) Proper use of resources, developing a program of space and pollution control (b) Proper implementation of constitution, proper use of resources and water control. (c) Establishment of Bait-ul-Mall, Ban on cutting of trees, and proper implementation of poverty alleviation projects (d) Proper use of resources, increasing pollution and population control Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjab, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. Facts representing Mining are: (a) Boiling, Oil and Gas, NWFP (b) Pouring, Gold and Gypsum, Sindh (c) Dig out, Iron and Copper, Pothwar plateau (d) Freezing, iron and Steel, Punjab Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institution, help in natural calamities, pile ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigner (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Election (d) Welfare of human beings, help in natural calamities and care of injured people GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Social Study Part-(B)

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OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS Q. No. 31 (a) What were the names of parents of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW)? (2) (b) List five points from the life of Hazrat Muhammad to be followed? (5) (c) Can we follow the life of the Holy Prophet (SAW) Give three reasons? (3) Q. No. 32 (a) Who is called an illiterate? (2) (b) What is expressed in Holly Quran about an illiterate person? (2) (c) Which efforts are being made by the Govt. to increase Literacy rate? List any six of these. Q. No. 33 (a) Do you think that there is a situation of aggression in Pakistan? Explain. (1+1) (b) List any five signs which are important for an aggression of a foreign country. (5) (c) Do you think any of them is present in our community? How we can remove it? List any two measures. (1+2) Q. No.34 (a) “Location of Pakistan is very important in the world” Do you agree with this statement (1) (b) List five points in support of your answer. (5) (c) Can it contribute in its defence and making it a safe country? Support your view point with at-least four arguments. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 3 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Summer monsoon winds blow from:(a) Sea to land (b) Land to Sea (c) Mountains to valleys (d) Valleys to Mountains Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Pakistan has fruits in:(a) Summer (b) Winter (c) All the seasons (d) Spring Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Pollution can be reduced by:(a) Trees (b) Factories

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(c) Environment (d) Cities Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic (c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries Q. No.7. All are cash crops except:(a) Jute (b) Tobaco (c) Maize (d) Wheat Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in hilly areas are:(a) Mango, Orange, Kino (b) Melon, Dates, Water Melon (c) Guava, Banana, Mulberry (d) Almond, Pistachio, Apple Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarah (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. Common characteristics of a Pakistani are:(a) Bad Relations, Brotherhood (b) Not taking care, Querralsome (c) Religious Antagonism, thirsty (d) Religious harmony, brotherhood Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Cities connected by Morterway-2 (M-2) are:-

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(a) Peshawar and Islamabad (b) Pindi Bhattian and Faisalabad (c) Lahore and Faisalabad (d) Islamabad and Lahore Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Computers are important because these save:(a) Time and space (b) Power and fuel (c) Distance and transport (d) Bag and baggage Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia Q. No.17. The Hindus thought that like other conquerors army of Muhammad Bin Qasim will also:(a) Rob and protect them (b) Rob and get them free (c) Rob and educate them (d) Rob and kill them Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for:(a) Religious freedom and equality (b) Religious freedom and punctuality (c) Religious freedom and irregularity (d) Religious freedom and regularity Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December

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Q. No.21. Social Institutions are:(a) Educational institutions, Special Educational Institutions and Roads (b) Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Railways (c) Special Educational Institutions, Hospitals, and Sea ways (d) Hospitals, Orphanages and Parks Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to do: (a) Social work and raise voice for animal fights (b) Social work and raise voices for human fights (c) Social work and raise voice for human rights (d) Social work and raise voice for birds fights Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar (b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Social problems are: (a) Poverty, Illiteracy and unemployment (b) Poverty, Roads and unemployment (c) Illiteracy, Red Crescent and poverty (d) Unemployment, Girl guides and Nurses Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. Water logging and salinity can be controlled through/by: (a) Providing loans, ploughing and constructing dams

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(b) Installing Tube well, ploughing and using fertilizers (c) Using fertilizers, watering constantly and draining water (d) Constructing dams, walls and ploughing Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjab, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. Functions of Banks are: (a) Exchange of Money, Loaning, security (b) Exchange of vegetable, lending, snatching (c) Exchange of fruits, borrowing, carrying money (d) Exchange of crops, lending, and safety of money Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institutions, help in natural calamities, pile ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigners (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Elections (d) Welfare of human beings, help in natural calamities and care of injured people GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31 (a)“The life of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) is a role model for humanity” Do you agree? Explain. (1+1) (b) List five points from the life of Hazrat Muhammad which can be followed as a role model? (5) (c) What will be their out comes? List any three. (3) Q. No. 32 (a) Who is called an illiterate? (2) (b) What is expressed in Holly Quran about an illiterate person? (2) (c) Which efforts are being made by the Govt. to increase Literacy rate? List any six of these. Q. No. 33 (a) Pakistan Army is playing her role efficiently. Do you agree? Explain. (1+1) (b) List any five Roles of Pakistan Army. (5)

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(c) How this role can be made even better. Suggest any three measures to be taken? (3) Q. No.34 (a) “Location of Pakistan is very important in the world” Do you agree with this statement (1) (b) List five points in support of your answer. (5) (c) Can it contribute in its defence and making it a safe country? Support your view point with at least four arguments. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 4 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No.1. Weather during the monsoon remains:(a) Cool (b) Hot (c) Moderate (d) very cool Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Pakistan has:(a) One season (b) Two seasons (c) Three seasons (d) Four Seasons Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Pollution can be reduced by:least four arguments. (4) least four arguments. (4) (a) Keeping environment dirty (b) Keeping environment clean (c) Installing factories

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(d) Cutting trees Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic (c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries Q. No.7. All are cash crops except:(a) Jute (b) Cotton (c) Sugar cane (d) Rice Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in Northern areas are:(a) Orange, Walnut, grapes (b) Palm, water melon, Apricot (c) Mango, Almond, grapes (d) Almond, walnut, Apple Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarah (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. Common characteristics of a Pakistani are:(a) Good relations, careless attitude (b) Good relations, taking care of needs (c) Bad relations, taking care of needs (d) good relations, carefree attitude Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Cities connected by (M-I) Motor way-I are:(a) Peshawar and Islamabad (b) Lahore and Faisalabad (c) Pindi Bhattian and Faisalabad (d) Pindi Bhattian and Lahore

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Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Computers are more important means of communication because these:(a) Do not save information, fast way of information processing (b) Save information and slow way of information processing (c) Save information, fast way of information processing (d) Save information, do not process it. Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia Q. No.17. The Hindus thought that like other conquerors army of Muhammad Bin Qasim will also rob and kill them but they:(a) Handed over the jobs and give them money (b) Handed over the jobs and give them Food (c) Handed over the jobs and give them freedom of worship (d) Handed over the jobs and give them drinks Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for a country to(a) Chalk out rules and settle foreign affairs (b) Ensure economic growth and generate necessary funds (c) Communicate message and run social program (d) Articulate rules and maintain peace for development Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December Q. No.21. Social Institution are:-

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(a) Parks, Zoo and art galleries (b) Parks, Airway, Zoo (c) Zoo, Roads, Railway (d) Art galleries, High way, Motorway Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to do: (a) Social work and raise voice for money collection (b) Social work and raise voices for human rights (c) Social work and launch campaigns for elections (d) Social work and praise for lords Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar (b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Social problems are: (a) Water logging, blood bank, NGOs (b) Water logging, unemployment and loans (c) Unemployment, loans and blood bank (d) Unemployment, blood bank and NGOs. Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. Measures to reduce unemployment are:(a) Educational Institutions, parks and art galleries (b) Plantation, Industries and Railway (c) Community Institutions, plantation and roads

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(d) Technical and professional Education, factories and loans. Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjabi, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. Facts representing stock rearing are (a) High rains, forests, Baluchistan (b) Low rains, weeds, Baluchistan (c) No rains, herbs, Sindh (d) Moderate rains, parks, Punjab Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institutions, help in natural calamities, pile Ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigners (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Elections (d) Welfare of human beings, help in natural calamities and care of injured people GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1hour Q. No. 31 (a) “The life of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) rendered meritorious services for the mankind of the world and hereafter” Do you agree? Explain. (1+1) (b) List five meritorious services rendered by Hazrat Muhammad for the mankind of the world? (5) (c) What were the outcomes of these services? List any three of them. (3) Q. No. 32 (a) Who is called an illiterate? (2) (b) What is expressed in Holly Quran about an illiterate person? (2) (c) Which efforts are being made by the Govt. to increase Literacy rate? List any six of these. Q. No. 33 (a) Situation of Traffic Rules in Pakistan is not good. Do you agree? Explain. (1 + 1) (b) List five functions of Police/Traffic Police. (5) (c) How we can improve the implementation of Traffic Rules. Suggest any three measures for its improvements. (3) Q. No.34

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(a) “Location of Pakistan is very important in the world” Do you agree with this statement (1) (b) List five points in support of your answer. (5) (c) Can it contribute in its defence and making it a safe country? Support your view point with at-least four arguments. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 5 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Rains during the summer monsoon are:(a) Average (b) Heavy (c) Low (d) Moderate Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Pakistan has a:(a) Best location (b) Bad location (c) Unskilled man power (d) High per acre yeild Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Pollution can be reduced by:(a) Treatment of air (b) Ban on buses (c) Treatment of patients (d) Ban on journey Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries

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Q. No.7. Cash crop of Pakistan is:(a) Jute (b) Maize (c) Rice (d) Wheat Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in North Western areas are:(a) Mango, apple, Guava (b) Kino, Melon, mulberry (c) Walnut, Almond, grapes (d) Walnut, Almond, Guava Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarah (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. A good cloth have the qualities of :(a) Regional and personal values (b) Islamic and cultural values (c) National and family values (d) Historical and Racial values Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Cities connected by (M-3) Motor way-3 are:(a) Peshawar and Islamabad (b) Peshawar and Lahore (c) Lahore and Faisalabad (d) Pindi Bhattian and Faisalabad Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Computer is important because this:-

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(a) Makes calculation easy and needs few people (b) Makes calculations difficult and needs many people (c) Makes calculations much easier and needs only one person (d) Makes calculation more difficult and needs two people. Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia Q. No.17. The Hindus thought that like other conquerors army of Muhammad Bin Qasim will also rob and kill them but they provided them:(a) Medical assistance and treated them harshly (b) Medical assistance and treated them cruelly (c) Medical assistance and treated the politely (d) Medical assistance and treated them badly Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for a country to(a) Irregularity and justice (b) Punctuality and Justice (c) Equality and justice (d) un-equality and justice Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December Q. No.21. Social Institution are:(a) Orphanages, Educational Institutions, High ways (b) Orphanage, Educational and special Educational Institutions.

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(c) Orphanage, Special Educational institution and Air ways (d) Orphanage, Hospitals and milky ways Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to open: (a) Hospitals and Parks (b) Hospitals and dispensaries (c) Hospitals and zoo (d) Hospital and farm houses Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar (b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Social problems are: (a) Water logging, educational institutions and illiteracy (b) Water logging, Special Educational institution and illiteracy (c) Water logging, Educational institutions and poverty (d) Water logging, poverty and illiteracy Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. Public measures to decrease unemployment are:(a) Educational institutions, Parks and Art Galleries (b) Technical and professional education, factories and loans. (c) Community institutions, plantation and roads (d) Plantation, Industries and railway Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjabi, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. All are related to professions except (a) Loaning, exchange of money and security

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(b) Digging, Coal and Salt, Punjab (c) Roads, parks and libraries (d) Low rains, weeds, Baluchistan Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institutions, help in natural calamities, pile ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigners (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Elections (d) Welfare of human beings, help in natural calamities and care of injured people GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour. Q. No. 31 (a) When and where Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) performed Hajj? (2) (b) List five points which you think important from the speech delivered at this occasion (5) (c) What was their impact on the society? List any three. (3) Q. No. 32 (a) Who is called an illiterate? (2) (b) What is expressed in Holly Quran about an illiterate person? (2) (c) Which efforts are being made by the Govt. to increase Literacy rate? List any six of these. Q. No. 33 (a) Police is not playing its role properly in Pakistan. Do you agree? Explain (1+1) (b) List five functions or roles of Police (5) (c) How we can improve its role in Pakistan? Suggest three remedies. (3) Q. No.34 (a) “Location of Pakistan is very important in the world” Do you agree with this statement (1)

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(b) List five points in support of your answer. (5) (c) Can it contribute in its defence and making it a safe country? Support your view point with at-least four arguments. (4) GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Version 6 Social Study Part-(A) MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No.1. Temperature over the water bodies during the summer monsoon remains:(a) Average (b) Heavy (c) Low (d) Moderate Q. No.2. Foundation of Mughal Empire was laid in 1526 AD by:(a) Bahadar Shah Zafar (b) Jalal-ud-Din Afghani (c) Muhammad Bin Qasim (d) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar Q. No.3. Cyclones are produced due to:(a) Change in temperature (b) Change in pressure (c) Change in rainfall (d) Change in humidity Q. No.4. Plebiscite is considered to be important to solve the issue of Kashmir according to:(a) Indian Govt. Will (b) Pakistani Govt. Will (c) Raja’s Will (d) U.N.O Resolution Q. No.5. Pollution can be controlled by using:(a) Kerosene oil (b) Coal (c) Solar energy (d) Gypsum Q. No.6. Function of Traffic Police is to:(a) Control processions (b) Control Traffic (c) Catch the thieves (d) Protect Boundaries Q. No.7. Cash crop of Pakistan is:(a) Barley (b) Gram (c) Wheat (d) Tobaco Q. No.8. “All Muslims are a nation and rest of all other a nation” this thinking is called:(a) Allahabad address (b) Customs (c) Religious belief (d) Two Nation Theory Q. No.9. Fruits grown in plain areas are:(a) Date, almond, pistachio (b) Walnut, melon, water melon (c) Water melon, loquat, Apricot (d) Kino, orange, Mulberry Q. No.10. The largest thermal generation stations in Pakistan are:-

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(a) Bahawalpur and Lodhran (b) Kot Addu and Muzafargarah (c) Multan and Karachi (d) Sukkur and Hyderabad Q. No.11. People in rural area of Punjab wear :(a) Paint and shirt (b) Shalwar and Qameez (c) Waist coat and tie (d) Qameez and Tehmand Q. No.12. An atomic power generation station was built in :(a) Karachi in 1971 with the help of Russia (b) Lahore in 1971 with the help of China (c) Peshawar in 1973 with the help of Canada (d) Quetta in 1975 with the help of Japan Q. No.13. Important means of transportation are:(a) Road and faxes (b) Roads and railways (c) Railway and Internet (d) Sea ways and postal service Q. No.14. Shah Wali Ullah was:(a) A great Poet and Philosopher (b) A great scholar and Translated Quran (c) A great Philosopher and Lover of knowledge (d) A great Artist and Lover of knowledge Q. No.15. Positive effect of computer are:(a) Health and News of the world

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(b) Wealth and news of the world (c) Education and News of the world (d) Wealth and tour of the world Q. No.16. Neighbouring countries of Pakistan are:(a) Afghanistan, India, China, Russia (b) Afghanistan, India China, Iran (c) Iraq, India, China, Iran (d) Iran, India, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia Q. No.17. During the era of Muhammad Bin Qasim , Hindus became muslims with their own sweet will due to:(a) Nice behaviour and support of riches (b) Nice behaviour and support of white collars (c) Nice behaviour and support of victims (d) Nice behaviour and support of elites. Q. No.18. Features of coastal areas are:(a) Afghanistan, Indian ocean, Lahore, 600 kms (b) Bay of Bengal, China, Multan, 900 Kms (c) Indian Ocean, China, Karachi, 800 Kms (d) Iran, Indian ocean, Gowader Port, 900 kms Q. No.19. Constitution is necessary for:(a) In-justice and brotherhood (b) Justice and brotherhood (c) Justice and bloodshed (d) In-justice and bloodshed Q. No.20. The starting and ending months of monsoon winds are:(a) January and March (b) April and May (c) July and September (d) October and December Q. No.21. Social Institution are:(a) Hospitals, Educational Institutions, Air ways (b) Parks, Hospitals, and Sea ways (c) Hospitals, orphanage and educational institutions (d) Parks, orphanage and motor ways Q. No.22. Most of the Sugar Cane is cultivated in: (a) Baluchistan, Kashmir and NWFP (b) Punjab, Baluchistan and Sindh (c) Punjab, Sindh and NWFP (d) Northern Areas, NWFP and Baluchistan Q. No.23. Functions of NGOs are to open: (a) Schools and Hospitals (b) Parks and Houses (c) Buildings and theatres (d) Zoo and roads Q. No.24. Hydro Electric Power is produced with: (a) Canals, Dam, Sun, Gowadar

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(b) Ocean, Dam, Sun, Karachi (c) River, Dam, Sun Rays, Muzaffargarh (d) River, Dam, Turbine, Mungla. Q. No.25. Social problems are: (a) Water logging, salinity and parks (b) Water logging, salinity and zoo (c) Water logging, salinity and art galleries (d) Water logging, salinity and poverty. Q. No.26. Role of India in 1971 war was: (a) Motivated for unity and movement of freedom (b) Motivated for revolt and movement of freedom (c) Motivated for wealth and health. (d) Motivated for unity and knowledge Q. No.27. List of water logging and salinity is:(a) Ground water table low, growth of plants starts, Plantation. (b) Ground water table low, growth of plants starts, cutting of trees (c) Ground water flows out, growth of plants starts, Karaz (d) Ground water flows out, growth of plants stops, tube well Q. No.28. Statement pertaining to president is: (a) Muslim, 3 years duration, Age 30 years (b) Religious freedom, Justice, Islam (c) Muslim, Punjabi, Age 30 years (d) Muslim, 5 years duration, Minimum age 45 years. Q. No.29. Functions of banks are

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(a) Loaning, role in development, exchange of money (b) Loaning, role in decline, exchange o ideas (c) Loaning, role in development, exchange of vehicles (d) Loaning, role in decline, exchange of vehicles Q. No.30. The responsibilities of Red crescent are: (a) Establish Educational institutions, help in natural calamities, pile ammunition (b) Help Govt. Raise funds and protect foreigners (c) Raise funds, Help the poor and provide service in Elections (d) Welfare of human beings, help in natural calamities and care of injured people GRADE-5 EXAMINATION 2009 Social Study Part-(B) OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour Q. No. 31 (a) The last speech of the Holy Prophet (ASW) is the summary of universal Islamic teaching. Do you agree? Explain. (1+1) (b) List five Universal Islamic teaching of Hazrat Muhammad (ASW) (5) (c) Did these contributed for the mankind? Support your answer with three arguments. (3) Q. No. 32 (a) Who is called an illiterate? (2) (b) What is expressed in Holly Quran about an illiterate person? (2) (c) Which efforts are being made by the Govt. to increase Literacy rate? List any six of these. Q. No. 33 (a) Pakistan armed forces are plying their roles quite efficiently. Do you agree? Explain. p(1+1) (b) List five roles to be played by the armed forces for her country. (5) (c) Can we make this role even better? Write three solutions. ( 3) Q. No.34 (a) “Location of Pakistan is very important in the world” Do you agree with this statement (1) (b) List five points in support of your answer. (5) (c) Can it contribute in its defence and making it a safe country? Support your view point with at-least four arguments. (4)

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