CBSE Class 3 English Practice Worksheet Set J

CBSE Class 3 English Practice Worksheet (10) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.

Bal Bharati Public School, Pusa Road Campus, New Delhi

Session 2012-2013

 

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Once upon a time a crow was looking for something to eat. Suddenly, he saw a piece of cheese. Lifting the piece in his beak, he flew to a nearby tree. A fox wandering in search of food saw the crow and his piece of cheese. His mouth watered. He was very cunning. He said to the crow, “You are a fine bird. Your wings are very pretty. Your voice must be very sweet, would you please sing a song for me?” The foolish crow opened his beak to sing. The piece of cheese fell down. The fox ate it up and ran away.

Q1. Who was looking for food? What did he see?

A1.__________________________________________________________________________

Q2. Who saw the crow? What did he ask the crow to do?

A2.__________________________________________________________________________

Q3. What happened when the crow sang?

A3._________________________________________________________________________

Q4. Find the opposites of the following words from the passage.

(a) far - _____________ (b) ugly - _________________

(c) wise - ____________ (d) closed - _______________

Q5. Find the past tense form of the given words from the passage.

(a) fly -_____________ (b) say -__________________

Q6. Underline the adjectives.

(a) Your wings are very pretty.

(b) The foolish crow opened his beak to sing.


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