3rd Class English Comprehension Question Bank

done Comprehension (Stories and Poetry)

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Karuna - The Little Girl
    A long/ long time ago, when animals could speak, amidst towering hills, there was a tiny little kingdom, in a tiny little valley. And at the very edge of the valley was a tiny little hut. In that hut lived a girl named Karuna Every day, she went into the jungle to collect fruits and plants to make medicines. Her grandmother had been a vaid and had taught her to make many different kinds of medicines. Every day, she gathered a few flowers, making sure to leave most of them on the trees and bushes. "What a fool you are!" the villagers said "If you were to pluck more flowers and dig out more plants, you would make a lot of money." "The birds and the bees need them too, for their food," she said "If I take away most of the flowers, what will they eat?"
    Where did Karuna live?

    A) Amidst towering hills.

    B) In a little forest at the edge of the valley.

    C) In a tiny hut, at the edge of the valley.

    D) With the animals.

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Karuna - The Little Girl
    A long/ long time ago, when animals could speak, amidst towering hills, there was a tiny little kingdom, in a tiny little valley. And at the very edge of the valley was a tiny little hut. In that hut lived a girl named Karuna Every day, she went into the jungle to collect fruits and plants to make medicines. Her grandmother had been a vaid and had taught her to make many different kinds of medicines. Every day, she gathered a few flowers, making sure to leave most of them on the trees and bushes. "What a fool you are!" the villagers said "If you were to pluck more flowers and dig out more plants, you would make a lot of money." "The birds and the bees need them too, for their food," she said "If I take away most of the flowers, what will they eat?"
    Why did she go into the forest daily?

    A) To collect fruits to eat.

    B) To collect fruits and plants for medicines.

    C) To see the speaking animals.

    D) To gather flowers.

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Karuna - The Little Girl
    A long/ long time ago, when animals could speak, amidst towering hills, there was a tiny little kingdom, in a tiny little valley. And at the very edge of the valley was a tiny little hut. In that hut lived a girl named Karuna Every day, she went into the jungle to collect fruits and plants to make medicines. Her grandmother had been a vaid and had taught her to make many different kinds of medicines. Every day, she gathered a few flowers, making sure to leave most of them on the trees and bushes. "What a fool you are!" the villagers said "If you were to pluck more flowers and dig out more plants, you would make a lot of money." "The birds and the bees need them too, for their food," she said "If I take away most of the flowers, what will they eat?"
    The villagers called her a fool because _________

    A) she collected all the flowers

    B) she went forest daily

    C) she did not go to school

    D) she did not pluck more flowers to make more money

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Karuna - The Little Girl
    A long/ long time ago, when animals could speak, amidst towering hills, there was a tiny little kingdom, in a tiny little valley. And at the very edge of the valley was a tiny little hut. In that hut lived a girl named Karuna Every day, she went into the jungle to collect fruits and plants to make medicines. Her grandmother had been a vaid and had taught her to make many different kinds of medicines. Every day, she gathered a few flowers, making sure to leave most of them on the trees and bushes. "What a fool you are!" the villagers said "If you were to pluck more flowers and dig out more plants, you would make a lot of money." "The birds and the bees need them too, for their food," she said "If I take away most of the flowers, what will they eat?"
    Why did Karuna not of the flowers?

    A) She loved the flowers.

    B) She wanted to leave the flowers for insects and birds.

    C) Can't say.

    D) None of the above.

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Karuna - The Little Girl
    A long/ long time ago, when animals could speak, amidst towering hills, there was a tiny little kingdom, in a tiny little valley. And at the very edge of the valley was a tiny little hut. In that hut lived a girl named Karuna Every day, she went into the jungle to collect fruits and plants to make medicines. Her grandmother had been a vaid and had taught her to make many different kinds of medicines. Every day, she gathered a few flowers, making sure to leave most of them on the trees and bushes. "What a fool you are!" the villagers said "If you were to pluck more flowers and dig out more plants, you would make a lot of money." "The birds and the bees need them too, for their food," she said "If I take away most of the flowers, what will they eat?"
    What is the meaning of 'gathered'?

    A) Went away

    B) Plucked flowers

    C) Collected

    D) Gave away

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    When did Fredie wake up?

    A) Early in the morning.

    B) When the sunrays had brightened his room.

    C) When the sunrays were away from his room.

    D) None of the above.

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    What had Fredie forgotten? That it was

    A) Sunday

    B) his birthday

    C) the first of January

    D) his mom's birthday

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    Fredie's friends had told that anything done on the first day of the New Year __________.

    A) would bring luck for them

    B) would be useful for their studies

    C) would be multiplied throughout the year

    D) none of the above

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    What did Fredie's mother do on the first day of the New Year?

    A) She cooked delicious food

    B) She planted a sapling.

    C) She woke Fredie up in the morning.

    D) All of the above.

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    What is the meaning of 'glistening' in this passage?

    A) Shining

    B) Heavy

    C) Light

    D) Coming

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    A New Year's Day
    It was a lousy morning. The sunrays were slowly scattering in all the directions. Fizzy Fredie woke up when his room was entirely brightened by the glistening rays of the sun. Fredie's parents entered his room and wished him a 'Happy New Year'. He had forgotten that it was the first of January.
    His friends have told him that the New Year will be a magical year. They had said that every act done on the first day of the New Year would be multiplied throughout the year. Fredie was a third standard student. He woke up late because he had a holiday from school. He took a bath and had his breakfast. His mother was planting a sapling in their garden. He asked his mother about the same and learnt that she had resolved to plant a sapling every year. Fredie was impressed by his mother and he too wanted to make a resolution.
    What did Fredie want?

    A) To take rest

    B) To make a resolution

    C) To take breakfast

    D) To take a bath

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Possum
    There are more than 60 species of possums. They have been living on earth since the age of the dinosaurs (70-80 million years); therefore, they are the world?s oldest surviving mammals/they live in United States, South and North America and Australia The word, "Possum" comes from the native American Algonquin "Apasum" that means white animal.
    How old are possums?

    A) 60 million years

    B) 70 - 80 million years

    C) 90 million years

    D) None of these

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Possum
    There are more than 60 species of possums. They have been living on earth since the age of the dinosaurs (70-80 million years); therefore, they are the world?s oldest surviving mammals/they live in United States, South and North America and Australia The word, "Possum" comes from the native American Algonquin "Apasum" that means white animal.
    How many species of possums are present in the world?

    A) More than 60 species

    B) 7-8 million species

    C) 70 - 80 million species

    D) None of the above

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Possum
    There are more than 60 species of possums. They have been living on earth since the age of the dinosaurs (70-80 million years); therefore, they are the world?s oldest surviving mammals/they live in United States, South and North America and Australia The word, "Possum" comes from the native American Algonquin "Apasum" that means white animal.
    What is the meaning of apasum?

    A) Black animal

    B) Snow animal

    C) White animal

    D) Blue animal

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Possum
    There are more than 60 species of possums. They have been living on earth since the age of the dinosaurs (70-80 million years); therefore, they are the world?s oldest surviving mammals/they live in United States, South and North America and Australia The word, "Possum" comes from the native American Algonquin "Apasum" that means white animal.
    Possums have been living since the age of _______.

    A) earth

    B) dinosaurs

    C) birds

    D) frogs

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Possum
    There are more than 60 species of possums. They have been living on earth since the age of the dinosaurs (70-80 million years); therefore, they are the world?s oldest surviving mammals/they live in United States, South and North America and Australia The word, "Possum" comes from the native American Algonquin "Apasum" that means white animal.
    What is the meaning of 'survivor11? That continues to ________.

    A) live

    B) eat

    C) drink

    D) none of these

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Kashmir- The Switzerland of the East
    There are a lot of hill stations in India but whenever one thinks of the most beautiful among them/ one thinks of Kashmir. Kashmir is a beautiful valley having mountains on all the sides. It has visitors from within the country and abroad all year round
    It has Jhelum River flowing into it, making it even more charming. It used to be the summer residence of the Mughals and was called - 'Garden of Eternal Spring'. One can see roses and saffron grown for miles and miles. A special perfume called 'Ittar' is made from them. The goats of Kashmir give hair for the costly Pashmina shawls famous all over. Forests are all over the valley and the fruit trees are laden with delicious and juicy apples, peaches, strawberries, cherries, almonds and walnuts. The fruit gardens are an additional attraction for the tourists, who come every year during summer. The ancient architecture of Mughals is visible in the world famous mosque of 'Hazrat-e-Shahi'. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir is famous for Dal Lake and the houseboats. Other places of tourist attraction include the famous resort of Gulmarg - for skiing, Pahalgam and Sonamarg. The famous Hindu shrine of Amarnath is also a part of Kashmir.
    According to the passage, which is the most beautiful hill station in India?

    A) Shimla

    B) Manali

    C) Kashmir

    D) Ooty

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Kashmir- The Switzerland of the East
    There are a lot of hill stations in India but whenever one thinks of the most beautiful among them/ one thinks of Kashmir. Kashmir is a beautiful valley having mountains on all the sides. It has visitors from within the country and abroad all year round
    It has Jhelum River flowing into it, making it even more charming. It used to be the summer residence of the Mughals and was called - 'Garden of Eternal Spring'. One can see roses and saffron grown for miles and miles. A special perfume called 'Ittar' is made from them. The goats of Kashmir give hair for the costly Pashmina shawls famous all over. Forests are all over the valley and the fruit trees are laden with delicious and juicy apples, peaches, strawberries, cherries, almonds and walnuts. The fruit gardens are an additional attraction for the tourists, who come every year during summer. The ancient architecture of Mughals is visible in the world famous mosque of 'Hazrat-e-Shahi'. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir is famous for Dal Lake and the houseboats. Other places of tourist attraction include the famous resort of Gulmarg - for skiing, Pahalgam and Sonamarg. The famous Hindu shrine of Amarnath is also a part of Kashmir.
    What is ?Ittar??

    A) A special perfume

    B) The name of the river

    C) What Mughals called Kashmir

    D) The "Garden of Eternal Spring"

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Kashmir- The Switzerland of the East
    There are a lot of hill stations in India but whenever one thinks of the most beautiful among them/ one thinks of Kashmir. Kashmir is a beautiful valley having mountains on all the sides. It has visitors from within the country and abroad all year round
    It has Jhelum River flowing into it, making it even more charming. It used to be the summer residence of the Mughals and was called - 'Garden of Eternal Spring'. One can see roses and saffron grown for miles and miles. A special perfume called 'Ittar' is made from them. The goats of Kashmir give hair for the costly Pashmina shawls famous all over. Forests are all over the valley and the fruit trees are laden with delicious and juicy apples, peaches, strawberries, cherries, almonds and walnuts. The fruit gardens are an additional attraction for the tourists, who come every year during summer. The ancient architecture of Mughals is visible in the world famous mosque of 'Hazrat-e-Shahi'. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir is famous for Dal Lake and the houseboats. Other places of tourist attraction include the famous resort of Gulmarg - for skiing, Pahalgam and Sonamarg. The famous Hindu shrine of Amarnath is also a part of Kashmir.
    Which fruits are not found in Kashmir?

    A) Apples

    B) Apricots

    C) Strawberries

    D) Oranges

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Kashmir- The Switzerland of the East
    There are a lot of hill stations in India but whenever one thinks of the most beautiful among them/ one thinks of Kashmir. Kashmir is a beautiful valley having mountains on all the sides. It has visitors from within the country and abroad all year round
    It has Jhelum River flowing into it, making it even more charming. It used to be the summer residence of the Mughals and was called - 'Garden of Eternal Spring'. One can see roses and saffron grown for miles and miles. A special perfume called 'Ittar' is made from them. The goats of Kashmir give hair for the costly Pashmina shawls famous all over. Forests are all over the valley and the fruit trees are laden with delicious and juicy apples, peaches, strawberries, cherries, almonds and walnuts. The fruit gardens are an additional attraction for the tourists, who come every year during summer. The ancient architecture of Mughals is visible in the world famous mosque of 'Hazrat-e-Shahi'. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir is famous for Dal Lake and the houseboats. Other places of tourist attraction include the famous resort of Gulmarg - for skiing, Pahalgam and Sonamarg. The famous Hindu shrine of Amarnath is also a part of Kashmir.
    Which shrine is located in Kashmir?

    A) Gulmarg

    B) Amarnath

    C) Badrinath

    D) Srinagar

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Kashmir- The Switzerland of the East
    There are a lot of hill stations in India but whenever one thinks of the most beautiful among them/ one thinks of Kashmir. Kashmir is a beautiful valley having mountains on all the sides. It has visitors from within the country and abroad all year round
    It has Jhelum River flowing into it, making it even more charming. It used to be the summer residence of the Mughals and was called - 'Garden of Eternal Spring'. One can see roses and saffron grown for miles and miles. A special perfume called 'Ittar' is made from them. The goats of Kashmir give hair for the costly Pashmina shawls famous all over. Forests are all over the valley and the fruit trees are laden with delicious and juicy apples, peaches, strawberries, cherries, almonds and walnuts. The fruit gardens are an additional attraction for the tourists, who come every year during summer. The ancient architecture of Mughals is visible in the world famous mosque of 'Hazrat-e-Shahi'. Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir is famous for Dal Lake and the houseboats. Other places of tourist attraction include the famous resort of Gulmarg - for skiing, Pahalgam and Sonamarg. The famous Hindu shrine of Amarnath is also a part of Kashmir.
    According to the passage, Gulmarg is famous for _________.

    A) water sports

    B) golf

    C) skiing

    D) cycling

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Newspapers
    It is said that in modern age, newspapers have great power. It is not only for daily news that we should read newspapers, but also to increase our general knowledge. A person who does not read newspapers to know what is going on around him, or, in other parts of the world, is like a frog confined to a well. There are good newspapers as well as bad I ones. We should avoid reading such newspapers, which indulge in giving sensational and untrue reports. We should not support newspapers which I try to incite communal friction. Therefore, instead of picking up cheap newspapers, we should read I the newspapers available in our school library.
    Why should we read newspapers?

    A) For sensational news

    B) For untrue reports

    C) For general knowledge and new

    D) None of the above

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Newspapers
    It is said that in modern age, newspapers have great power. It is not only for daily news that we should read newspapers, but also to increase our general knowledge. A person who does not read newspapers to know what is going on around him, or, in other parts of the world, is like a frog confined to a well. There are good newspapers as well as bad I ones. We should avoid reading such newspapers, which indulge in giving sensational and untrue reports. We should not support newspapers which I try to incite communal friction. Therefore, instead of picking up cheap newspapers, we should read I the newspapers available in our school library.
    With what does the author compare a person who does not read newspapers to?

    A) A well read person

    B) A frog confined to a well

    C) A person who knows everything

    D) A frog in the lake

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Newspapers
    It is said that in modern age, newspapers have great power. It is not only for daily news that we should read newspapers, but also to increase our general knowledge. A person who does not read newspapers to know what is going on around him, or, in other parts of the world, is like a frog confined to a well. There are good newspapers as well as bad I ones. We should avoid reading such newspapers, which indulge in giving sensational and untrue reports. We should not support newspapers which I try to incite communal friction. Therefore, instead of picking up cheap newspapers, we should read I the newspapers available in our school library.
    Newspapers are good as well as bad Is it true?

    A) Yes

    B) No

    C) Never

    D) None of these

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Newspapers
    It is said that in modern age, newspapers have great power. It is not only for daily news that we should read newspapers, but also to increase our general knowledge. A person who does not read newspapers to know what is going on around him, or, in other parts of the world, is like a frog confined to a well. There are good newspapers as well as bad I ones. We should avoid reading such newspapers, which indulge in giving sensational and untrue reports. We should not support newspapers which I try to incite communal friction. Therefore, instead of picking up cheap newspapers, we should read I the newspapers available in our school library.
    We should not support newspapers which _______.

    A) are costly

    B) are in our school library

    C) incite communal friction

    D) none of the above

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    Read the following passages and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:
    Newspapers
    It is said that in modern age, newspapers have great power. It is not only for daily news that we should read newspapers, but also to increase our general knowledge. A person who does not read newspapers to know what is going on around him, or, in other parts of the world, is like a frog confined to a well. There are good newspapers as well as bad I ones. We should avoid reading such newspapers, which indulge in giving sensational and untrue reports. We should not support newspapers which I try to incite communal friction. Therefore, instead of picking up cheap newspapers, we should read I the newspapers available in our school library.
    What is the meaning of the word ?friction? in this context?

    A) Sensitivity

    B) Peace

    C) Disagreement

    D) None of these

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    What did grandmother often say?

    A) Believe in God

    B) Blessed is the house

    C) Om

    D) Ram

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    When did the poet plant one tree?

    A) Last spring

    B) Last winter

    C) Last summer

    D) Last rainy season

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    What is the age of tree now?

    A) Four months

    B) Six weeks

    C) Six months

    D) Six days

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    When will it be a blessing? In six __________.

    A) weeks

    B) days

    C) months

    D) years

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    Why did the poet plant a tree near the cottage?

    A) There was no tree near the cottage.

    B) The poet loved trees.

    C) The poet's grandmother told him to plant a tree.

    D) The poet found a tree and lie planted it.

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    Which word rhymes with 'falls' in the poem?

    A) Walls

    B) Alls

    C) Tails

    D) Calls

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Tree Blessing
    Grandmother often said:
    Blessed is the house upon whose walls
    The shade of an old tree softly falls.'
    We had no tree near our cottage,
    So I planted one last spring
    I It's six months old now,
    And growing fast
    In six years? time there'll be
    A blessing
    Ruskin Bond
    Cottage means _______.

    A) hut

    B) cotton's

    C) foul

    D) desk

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    How many monkeys were jumping on the bed?

    A) One

    B) Two

    C) Three

    D) Four

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    How many doctors were called for when first monkey fell and broke his head?

    A) One

    B) Two

    C) Three

    D) None

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  • question_answer36)

    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    What happened to the monkeys?

    A) They danced

    B) They jumped

    C) They died

    D) They sang

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  • question_answer37)

    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Who called on the doctor? The _______monkey.

    A) mother

    B) uncle

    C) father

    D) aunt

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  • question_answer38)

    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Which word, in the poem, rhymes with 'bed'?

    A) Head

    B) Red

    C) Bad

    D) Dead

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    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Where did the monkeys- jump1? On the_______.

    A) ground

    B) sofa

    C) bed

    D) roof

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  • question_answer40)

    Read the following poems and answer the questions that follow:
    Three Little Monkeys
    Three little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    Two little monkeys jumping on the bed
    One fell off and bumped his head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    "No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    One little monkey jumping on the bed
    She fell off and bumped her head
    Mommy called the Doctor and the Doctor said,
    ?No more monkeys jumping on the bed!"
    How did the monkey break his head?

    A) By falling

    B) By singing

    C) By dancing

    D) By strangling

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  • question_answer41)

    Read the short paragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Lakes occupy less than two percent of the earth's surface. However, they help sustain life. For example, lakes give us fish to eat, irrigate crops and help generate electric power. What does the word sustain as mentioned above mean?

    A) Destroy

    B) Substance

    C) Protect

    D) Support

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    Read the short paragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Bats that eat fruit and nectar spread seeds and help flowers to grow. Without many important plants would not thrive. What does the word thrive as mentioned above mean?

    A) Flourish

    B) Important

    C) End

    D) Worsen

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    Read the short paragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow:
    These days the city of Agra is covered by a blanket of smog. Due to this, even the view of the historic Taj Mahal is obstructed. What does the word obstructed as mentioned above mean?

    A) Invisible

    B) Blocked

    C) Destroyed

    D) Deteriorated

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    Read the short paragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Tata group has pioneered several huge projects for the betterment of the country. But, the successful launch of the Nano is the group's greatest achievement. What does the word pioneered as mentioned above mean?

    A) Discovered

    B) Destroyed

    C) Bombed

    D) Initiated

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    Read the short paragraphs given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Imagine a uniform, static cloud of gas in space. Imagine that the gas is somehow disturbed so that one small spherical region becomes a little denser than the gas around it What is the meaning of the word spherical?

    A) An irregular shape

    B) Square in shape

    C) Round in shape like an orange

    D) Of a cubical shape

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