CBSE Class 5 English Revision Assignment Set A

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A) Answer the following questions:

1) If the ten-dollar bill were still in use how old would it be today?

2) Is this story a biography or an autobiography? Give a reason for your answer.

3) How did the poor lady spend the ten-dollar bill?

4) What have you learnt from the chapter ‘Dirty Money’?

5) What were the two major changes that took place right away when the writer began to read?

6) What is a drugstore?

B) Complete the sentences:

1) Any black who tried to protest against ill-treatment ………………………………………….

2) At first the writer felt a sense of ‘badness’ because…………………………………………….

3) He began to wait for the next day because …………………………………………………………

4) I am a ten-dollar bill. I have seen ………………………………………………………………………..

5) One day the ten-dollar bill went to a man called Old Jack who was …………………….

6) The poor lady was fired by a dishonest manager because …………………………………..

C) Give one word for each of the phrases below:

1) Money paid for parking carts/vehicles in the wrong place-

2) Piece of paper money-

3) A place where money is manufactured-

D) Frame questions with whose/which/what:

1) Asia is the largest continent in the world.

2) She is wearing my sister’s raincoat.

3) Sachin’s century helped India win.

4) The kiwi is the national bird of New Zealand.

E) Pick the odd one out:

1) Title chapter index magazine

2) Scan glance study browse

3) Hawker baker police minister

4) Ten-dollar twenty-dollar one-dollar five-dollar

F) Match the words in Column A with their meanings in Column B:

        A                                             B

Predominantly                            important

Unconquerable                             mainly

Forbidden                              difficult to beat

Worthwhile                              ordered not to

G) Fill in the blanks with for or since:

1) I’ve been studying ……………….. three hours.

2) I’ve been rising early ……………….. Tuesday.

3) I haven’t seen a film …………………. two months.

4) There has been no rain ……………. last Monday.

H) Underline the ADVERBS:

1) The soldiers fought bravely.

2) They went upstairs.

3) She seldom loses temper.

4) The jug is almost full.

5) I have read this book before.

6) This magazine is published weekly.

I) Fill in the blanks with correct PREPOSITIONS:

1) I shall wait for you ……. The school gate.

2) The ball rolled …… a hole.

3) Distribute all these bananas ……… the children.

4) The old man sat leaning ………. The wall.

5) Our examination is beginning …………. Monday.

J) Underline the CONJUNCTIONS:

1) She is sincere and hardworking

2) Harjit is absent because he has a fever.

3) Be punctual or you will be fined.

4) She is slow but she does not make mistakes.

5) Although they offered a handsome discount, the sales did not pick up.

K) Insert COMMAS & APOSTROPHE where needed:

1) The room was small dark dirty and smelly.

2) Oh I didn’t know that.

3) Vikass bag

4) Childrens literature

L) Write HOMOPHONES of these words:

1) Sale 2) weather 3) allowed 4) wait

5) Storey 6) Principal 7) brake 8) prey

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