CBSE Class 3 English Question Paper Set G

Read and download CBSE Class 3 English Question Paper Set G designed as per the latest question paper pattern and Class 3 examination guidelines issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The past year Question Papers for Class 3 English have been provided with solutions which will help students to assess their performance and find out topics in English grade 3 which they need to improve to get better marks in Standard 3 exams. After solving these last year papers also refer to solved Sample Papers for Class 3 English available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

English Question Paper Class 3

Students can refer to the below Class 3 English Question Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 3 exams. Please download CBSE Class 3 English Question Paper Set G

English Class 3 Question Paper

CBSE Class 3 English Question Paper Set G. You can download the past year question papers in pdf format with solutions from the links below. The students should practice the question papers of last year which will help them to understand the pattern on the papers and will help them to practice for the exams. You can download the question papers for last 10 years free by clicking links below. Refer to the extract below and download the full pdf file of question papers below.

Q1.Section-A (Reading)

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Octopuses are aquatic animals that have no bone in their body. They are mostly found in salty water but they can live in all oceans. The octopuses that live in warm waters are small whereas those living in colder waters are big. They have a life span of one to two years. There are about 300 known species of octopus. Their body looks like a big bag with a large head, eyes and eight arms. The arms have suckers that help to grab and taste things. They have excellent eyesight but they are deaf. They have three hearts and its blood is light blue in colour They eat crab and crayfish and  hunt mostly at night. If attacked by an enemy, they shoot an inky fluid that darkens the water and temporarily blinds the enemy. They can change their body colour according to their surrounding to escape the enemy.

Choose the correct answer:

i) The octopus has ________________________ bone in its body.

a) eight b) no c) hundred d) eleven

ii) The blood of the octopus is _____________________ in colour.

a) red b) pink c) light blue d) green

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