CBSE Class 5 English Question Paper Set 3 Solved

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English Question Paper Class 5

Students can refer to the below Class 5 English Question Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 5 exams. Please download CBSE Class 5 English Question Paper Set 3 Solved

English Class 5 Question Paper

Q.1 Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:
Little Neil was just two years old when his Dad took him to watch an airplane race. At the age of four, Neil went with his Dad for their own ride in an airplane. While his Dad was nervous, Neil had the most wonderful time. When Neil was thirteen, the family moved to a new town. Neil got used to his new school, joined the Boy Scouts, and played in the school band. He still flew model airplanes and engaged himself in the night sky using a neighbour’s telescope.
He always liked airplanes. He started going to the nearby airport to watch airplanes. As a part-time job he washed planes and made extra money. Then he realized that he wanted to learn to be a pilot. Neil asked his parents for permission and they agreed that he could learn to fly an airplane.
Even though he couldn’t get a driver’s license for a car, at age 16 Neil had his student pilot’s license. When Neil grew up he became a U.S. Navy fighter pilot and then a test pilot for advanced rocket-powered aircraft. Have you guessed which Neil the story is about? On July 20, 1969 astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first human to set foot on the moon.
 A Fill in the blanks with the correct words:
(i) Neil asked his parents for permission to become a __________.
(ii) Neil engaged himself in the night sky using a neighbour’s __________.
(iii)At the age of _______, Neil went with his _______ for their own ride in an airplane
B Complete the following sentences:
(i)At age 16, _________________________________________.
(ii)On July 20, 1969 astronaut ___________________________________.
C State whether the following statements are true or false:
(i) Neil’s father enjoyed his first ride in an aeroplane. ______
(ii) At age 16, Neil got his driver’s license for a car. ___________
(iii) Neil had to move to a new town when he was 13. __________
(Iv)Neil was always attracted towards cars. __________
D  Answer the question in one or two sentences:
(i) Who was the first human to set foot on the moon?
Bees are insects. Bees are special insects because they can fly! They can move through the air like an aeroplane! Bees can fly because they have wings. They use their wings to fly. Bees can also fly slow. They can fly up and they can fly down. They need to fly to get to the flowers!
Bees can have three colours. They can be yellow, red and orange. All bees are black in some places.
Bees have three main parts. They have a head. They have a body. And, they have a stinger. The stinger is used to defend against enemies. They also have six legs. They use their legs to stand and climb. They also use their legs to eat and collect pollen.
Bees live in many places. They live in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America. The only continent that bees do not live on is Antarctic! I understand why they don’t live in Antarctica. It’s too cold! Most of the time, bees are nice to humans. If you do not bother them, they will not bother you. Have fun watching the bees this summer.
A  On the basis of your reading, choose the correct option:
(i) What are bees?
(a) Mammals      (b) Birds       (c) Reptiles       (d) Insects
(ii)Where do bees live?
(a) North America      (b) Asia       (c) Antarctica     (d) Both a and b
(iii)How many legs do bees have?
(a) two           (b) four        (c) six          (d) eight
(iv)What is the stinger used for
(a)to eat food       (b) to defend against enemies       (c) both a and b       (d) none
B  State whether the following statements are true or false:
(i)Bees use their legs to stand and climb.
(ii)Bees can fly because they have wings.
(iii)Bees do not live in Asia as it is very cold there.
(iv)Bees can only fly fast.
C Complete the following sentence:
(i)  If you do not bother _____________________________________.
(ii)  Bees are of three colours yellow, ____________________________.
D. Write the synonym of the word ‘protect from harm or danger’ (refer to para 3)
E Answer the questions in one sentence:
(i) Name the three main parts of bees.
(ii) Why do bees need to fly?


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