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BEST PRIMARY SCHOOL

STD III ENGLISH GENERAL 1 ST SEM 2015 - 16


Paper Style
Q.1 Put for sentence and for non sentence
Q.2 Divide into Subject and Predicate.
Q.3 Identify Subject , Verb And Object.
Q.4 Fill in the blanks with articles.
Q.5 Pick out noun and state whether they are common or proper.
Q.6 Sort into countable and uncountable noun.
Q.7 A. Change singular nouns into their plural forms.
B. Change plural nouns into their singular form.
Q.8 Underline Adjectives.
Q.9 Make Adjectives from Noun.
Q.10 Fill in the Blanks with adjectives from the given bracket.
Q.11 (a) Write masculine nouns for the given feminine nouns.
(b) Write feminine nouns for the given masculine nouns.
c. Sort into feminine nouns and masculine nouns.
d. Fill in the blanks with nouns of opposite gender.
Q.12 Write collective nouns.
Q.13 Underline personal pronouns.
Q.14 Fill in the blanks with personal pronoun.
Q.15 Complete the table. (Positive, comparative, superlative)
Q.16 Essay
Q.17 Comprehension.

Assignment
Q.1 Put for sentence and for non sentence.
1. Mrs. Lane is a good teacher.
2. Not well today

3. Do the work yourself.


4. How are you?
5. Basic rules of grammar
6. Bread and butter
7. Welcome to the National Zoo.
8. Brush his teeth
9. Toys in the box
10. More than one
11. What is the time now?
12. Sit down!
13. Please come here.
14. Mark is sleeping.
15. Open the door.
16. Janet no children
17. It is raining.
18. Dad cooked dinner.
19. Would please
20. Down here
Q.2 Divide into Subject and Predicate.
1. The children are swimming.
2. The telephone rang.
3. Everyone sat down.
4. Paul is feeding the hens.
5. Peter is running.
6. The fridge is empty.
7. I sent Anne a birthday card.
8. Kate can ride a bike.
9. Peter is my good friend.
10. I can swim.
11. James is good at drawing.
12. Anne is a pretty girl.
13. Peter, David and Susan are playing hide and seek.
14. He likes cheese.
15. Janet screamed very badly.
Q.3 Identify Subject, Verb And Object.
1. Sally is making a doll.
2. Tom and Joe are fighting for ball.
3. Maggie is reading book.
4. Dad cooked dinner.
5. I am flying a kite.
6. We are eating our breakfast.
7. They are washing the dishes.
8. The dentist is examining Susans teeth.
9. The old couples have no children.
10. Susan has bought a painting.
11. The twins climbed the hill.
12. James stroked the cat.
13. Mum is holding the baby.
14. Peter is making a kite.

15. They are playing football.


16. I am writing a story.
17. Sally crossed the road.
18. You have forgotten your umbrella.
19. Anne has drawn a Panda.
20. They are playing table tennis.
Q.4 Fill in the blanks with articles.
1. This is _ picture of __ elephant.
2. Rudy is reading _ book.
3. ___ ice is melting.
4. ___ telephone is ringing.
5. Mum bought me _ new dress today.
6. Do you wear _ uniform to school?
7. Granny is sitting in ___ garden.
8. ___street is very busy today.
9. Take __ umbrella with you.
10. ___ sky is getting dark.
11. Where is ___ cat?
12. I think she is under ___ bed.
13. The teacher asked me _ question.
14. My father saw _ leopard yesterday.
15. My mother is __ artist.
16. I saw __ elephant in ___ circus.
17. This is __ apple.
18. Rohan is _ clever boy.
Q.5 Pick out noun and state whether they are common or proper.
1. She woke up early to catch a bus to Shimla.
2. Will you come to my house on Monday?
3. Suman has a pet dog.
4. The cricket players took part in games.
5. I like to eat vanilla ice-cream.
6. The capital of India is Delhi.
7. Mt. Everest is the highest mountain in the world.
8. January is the first month of the year.
9. Rina sells books.
10. Ankur goes to school.
11. Rakhi goes to temple every day.
12. The river Ganga is a holy river.
13. Those apples were very tasty which John is eating.
14. The teacher going to Delhi today.
15. Sanjana is wearing a blue jacket.
Q.6 Sort into countable and uncountable noun.
( Arrow, blood, axe, bird, rabbit, butter, oil, rice, salt, village, coffee, water, sofa, telephone, rainbow,
calculator, pupil, donkey, gold, jam, fence, paper, sugar, clock, dollar, children)
Countable:- Arrow , Axe, Bird , Rabbit , Village , Sofa , Telephone , Rainbow , Calculator, Pupil ,
Donkey ,Fence ,Paper , Clock , Dollar , Children.

Uncountable noun:- Blood , Butter , Oil , Rice , Salt , Coffee , Water , Jam , Gold , sugar.
Q.7 A. Change singular nouns into their plural forms.
B. Change plural nouns into their singular form.
1. Bird birds
2. Broom - brooms
3. Camel camels
4. Desk - desks
5. Doll- dolls
6. Egg- eggs
7. Flower-flowers
8. Fork -forks
9. Game games
10. Lamb - lambs
11. Nest nests
12. Pen - pens
13. Photo photos
14. Shirt - shirts
15. Spoon spoons
16. Beach beaches
17. Branch branches
18. Box - boxes
19. Bush bushes
20. Dish- dishes
21. Dress dresses
22. Witch - witches
23. Baby babies
24. Cherry cherries
25. City- cities
26. Diary - diaries
27. Dictionary dictionaries
28. Fairy - fairies
29. Family families
30. Fly - flies
31. Lady ladies
32. Library - libraries
33. Puppy puppies
34. Story -stories
35. Strawberry - strawberries
36. Teddy teddies

Q.8 Underline Adjectives from the given sentences.


1. It is a green leaf.

37. Teddy - teddies


38. Chimney chimneys
39. Cowboy - Cowboys
40. Day Days
41. Donkey - Donkeys
42. Jersey jerseys
43. Kidney - kidneys
44. Monkey monkeys
45. Toy - toys
46. Trolley trolleys
47. Valley valleys
48. Calf calves
49. Elf - elves
50. Half halves
51. Leaf leaves
52. Loaf loaves
53. Shelf shelves
54. Thief thieves
55. Wolf wolves
56. Chef chefs
57. Chief chiefs
58. Cliff cliffs
59. Handkerchief- handkerchiefs
60. Roof roofs
61. Sheriff - sheriffs
62. Dwarf - dwarfs or dwarves
63. Hoof hoofs or hooves
64. Scarf- scarfs or scarves
65.
Knife - knives
66. Wife wives
67. Life lives
68. Child children
69. Man men
70. Ox oxen
71. Tooth teeth
72. Woman women
73. Bison bison
74. Deer -deer

2. The milk is white.


3. That boy is young.
4. He stood first in the class.
5. The elephant is a big and strong animal.
6. It is a red apple.
7. That boy is good.
8. He is an honest man.
9. This book is thick.
10. The hair is black.
11. I eat with my right hand but I write with my left hand.
12. Rama is a fat girl.
13. The lemon is yellow in colour.
14. I have a big bag.
15. The food is fresh and tasty.
16. The crow is black.
17. It is a beautiful red rose.
18. He is tall boy.
Q.9 Make Adjectives from Noun.
1. Peace peaceful
2. Storm stormy
3. Mud muddy
4. Forget forgetful
5. Spot spotless
6. Dirt dirty
7. Music musical
8. Play playful
9. Nation national
10. Dust dusty
11. Gold golden
12. Wash washable
13. Friend friendly
14. Rot rotten
15. Danger dangerous
16. Fool foolish
17. Charm charming

18. Child childish


19. Love lovely
20. Interest interesting
21. Taste tasty
22. Grace graceful
23. Danger dangerous
24. Pain painful
25. Relax relaxing
26. Comfort comfortable
27. Enjoy enjoyable.
28. Value - valuable
29. Smell smelling
30. Talk talkative
31. Expense expensive
32. Elder elderly
33. Week weekly
34. Horrible- horribly
35. Wood wooden

Q.10 Fill in the Blanks with adjectives from the given bracket.
( good, cold , naughty , playful , interesting, wise, large, good, clever , fat , red, green , brave , foolish,
red , obedient , beautiful, blind.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Manu is a ___________ boy.


Frisky is a ________ kitten.
Cartoon films are _____________.
This book is really ________.
He is __________.

6. They are really ______.


7. She is wearing a _____ skirt.
8. Emeralds are __________ and rubies are ______.
9. They are intelligent and ______________.
10. Sania is a _____________ tennis player.
11. I want a glass of _________ coffee.
12. Akbar was a _______ king.
13. London is a _______ , busy city.
14. The Rajputs are ____________
15. The __________ crow tried to sing.
16. Lions are _______________ animals.
17. The rose is a ____________ flower.
18. He helped the ___________man.
Q.11 (a) Write masculine nouns for the given feminine nouns.
(b) Write feminine nouns for the given masculine nouns.
Feminine Noun
Grandmother
Mother
wife
daughter
Granddaughter
Aunt
Niece
Sister
Maidservant
Shepherdess
Waitress
Poetess
Actress
Priestess
Stewardess
Salesgirl
Cat
Cow
Horse
Fox
She goat
Lioness
Tigress
Leopardess
Peahen
Witch
Hen
Doe
Bitch
Duck

Masculine noun
Grandfather
Father
Husband
son
Grandson
Uncle
Nephew
brother
manservant
shepherd
waiter
poet
actor
priest
steward
salesman
tomcat
bull
mare
vixen
he goat
lion
tiger
leopard
peacock
wizard
cock or rooster
buck
dog
drake

Goose
Ewe
Girl
Woman
Princess
Bride
Queen

gander
ram
boy
man
prince
bridegroom
king

c. Sort into feminine nouns and masculine nouns.


( actor , lady, mistress, daughter, uncle , son , wizard , horse , ewe , hen, doe, bitch , duck , bull , buck ,
lion)
Masculine: _____________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________
Feminine: _____________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________
d. Fill in the blanks with nouns of opposite gender.
1. The host and the ___________________ welcomed their guests.
2. The steward and the __________ look after the passengers on the plane.
3. My uncle and the __________ live in Singapore.
4. The king and the __________ had two children , a boy and a _________
5. The prince was eight and the _________ was five.
6. Ladies and _________ , welcomed to our party this evening.
7. The lion and _________ are eating flesh of animals.
8. The grandmother and _______________ reads newspaper everyday.
9. There are two girls and ____________ in the classroom.
10. There are three horses and _______in the stable.
11. The hen and ______ eats the grains.
12. Mr. Desai has a daughter and a _______.
Q.12 Write collective nouns.
1. A block of flats
2. A bunch of keys
3. A class of pupils
4. A collection of books
5. A fleet of ships
6. A flock of sheep
7. A herd of cattle
8. A gaggle of geese
9. A gang of robbers
10. A litter of cubs
11. A pack of wolves
12. A set of stamps
13. A stud of horses

21. An army of soldiers


22. A bunch of bananas
23. A bunch of grapes
24. A bunch of cherries
25. A crew of sailors
26. A clump of trees
27. A collection of stamps
28. A herd of cows
29. A pack of cards
30. A pride of lions
31. A shoal of fish
32. A bunch flowers
33. A bouquet of flowers

14. A swarm of bees


15. A troupe of actors
16. A band of musicians
17. A brood of chicken
18. A shoal of fish
19. A flight of steps
20. A team of players

34. A crowd of people


35. A crate of fruit
36. A herd of buffaloes
37. A school of fish
38. A string of pearls
39. A flock of birds
40. A herd of cattle
41. A chest of sailors

Q.13 Underline personal pronouns.


1. Tom is a good boy. He works hard.
2. Look at the children. They are playing in the park.
3. Mary is a good girl. She goes to school daily.
4. I go to school daily.
5. Sohan gave me a pencil.
6. We are in the same class.
7. The teacher like us.
8. You are a bad boy.
9. I told you not to come late.
10. Where were you yesterday, boys?
11. He is a brave boy.
12. Tell him not to go there.
13. She can sing well.
14. They are naughty girls.
15. Tell her to sing a song.
Q.14 Fill in the blanks with personal pronoun.
1. This is my father. ____ is a lawyer.
2. My name is David. ___ am the youngest in the family.
3. I have a bother and two sisters. ___________ are Brain, Ann and Liz.
4. Lucky, _____ are a good dog.
5. Good morning children ! ______ may sit down now.
6. I am standing on my head. Look at __________
7. My mother is kind. Everybody likes _______
8. Lisa, I told ____ to tidy your bed!
9. Pick up your toys and put ________ away.
10. Tom likes riding my bicycle. I sometimes lend ______ to ______.
Q.15 Complete the table. (Positive, comparative, superlative)
positive
Clean
Easy
Lat
Heavy
Hot
Noisy

comparative
Cleaner
Easier
Flatter
Heavier
Hotter
Noisier

superlative
Cleanest
Easiest
Flattest
Heaviest
Hottest
Noisiest

Simple
Thin
Wet
Close
Large
Safe
Wide
Big
Mad
Dim
Sad
Busy
Dirty
Happy
Pretty
Active
Charming
Cheerful
Comfortable
Delicious
beautiful
Bad
Few
Many
Much
Good
Little

Simpler
Thinner
Wetter
Closer
Larger
Safer
Wider
Bigger
Madder
Dimmer
Sadder
Busier
Dirtier
Happier
Prettier
More active
More charming
More cheerful
More comfortable
More delicious
More beautiful
Worse
Less
More
More
Better
less

Simplest
Thinnest
Wettest
Closest
Largest
Safest
Widest
Biggest
Maddest
Dimmest
Saddest
Busiest
Dirtiest
Happiest
Prettiest
Most active
Most charming
Most cheerful
Most comfortable
Most delicious
Most beautiful
Worst
Least
Most
Most
Best
Least

Q.16 Essay ( unseen)


Q.17 Comprehension. ( unseen)
A thin donkey, a black goat and a fat camel lived in an open land. One hot day they were hungry and went
out together, in search of food and water. The donkey, goat and the camel soon found a bundle of grass.
They were so hungry that each of them wanted to eat all the grass. Finally they decided to distribute the
grass in three equal parts and eat together happily.
1.
2.
3.
4.

What animals are mentioned in the passage?


Who eats the grass?
What were the animals searching together?
What did the animals find?