CBSE Class 3 English Question Paper Set J

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Class : III, Subject : English (Sample Paper)

Q.1 Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:

1. Do you know how many feathers does a bird have? The bigger a bird is, the more feathers it has on its body. A humming bird has 900,while a swan has 25,000 or even more. Feathers come in all shapes, sizes and colours.

2. The soft, silky and velvety feathers keep the bird warm. The big and strong feathers give it the strength to fly. Birds get a set of new feathers almost every year. As the new ones grow, the old ones slowly fall.

3. The feathers are used by human beings in various ways. They are used in pillows and caps. Before the invention of pens, people wrote with large feathers with pointed ends called quills. In Panama in Central America, people use bright feathers for headgears. The zoo and bird sanctuaries all over the world collect feathers. They send them to Panama because there is no point in hunting birds for feathers.

1.1 Tick the correct answer:

a) Bigger birds have.............................

(i) 900 feathers.

(ii) less feathers.

(iii) more feathers.

b) In Panama people use feathers .......................

(i) for headgears.

(ii) as pens.

(iii) to fill pillows.

1.2 Complete the following sentences: 

a) Feathers are used in…………………………………………………………………………

b) The bird is kept warm by…………………………………………...........…………………

c) The big and strong feathers give the bird……………………………………………………

1.3 Write whether the following statements are True or False: 

a) A swan has 900 feathers. …………………………………………

b) Old feathers fall when new ones grow. ……………………………………

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