CBSE Class 3 English Sample Paper Set G

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English Sample Paper Class 3

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

English Class 3 Sample Paper

CBSE Class 3 English Sample Paper Set G. It’s always recommended to practice as many CBSE sample papers as possible before the examinations. The latest sample papers have been designed as per the latest blue prints, syllabus and examination trends. Sample papers should be practiced in examination condition at home or school and also show it to your teachers for checking or compare with the answers provided. Students can download the sample papers in pdf format free and score better marks in examinations. Refer to other links too for latest sample papers.

I Give meanings of the following words:

1. court - _________________________________________

2. gems - _________________________________________

3. tree toad - ______________________________________

4. absurd - ________________________________________

II Frame a sentence using the following words: 

1. chased - ___________________________________________________________

2. greedy - ___________________________________________________________

3. fearless - ___________________________________________________________

4. invited - ___________________________________________________________

III Fill up the blanks: 

1. Tenali Raman lived in _______________________________________.

2. Mahesh Das was none other than _____________________________.

3. Tenali taught a ________________________________ to the villagers.

4. Akbar’s men found it hard to tell which road ___________________ to Agra.

5. Tenali invited ______________________ singers for the wedding.

6. Tenali did not have large cooking __________________for the wedding feast.

IV Answer the following questions: 

1. Why did Akbar and his men lose their way?




2. Whom did Tenali invite for the wedding feast?




3. Why did Tenali gift his neighbours a small vessel each?




4. What did Akbar ask Mahesh Das?




V Tick (√) the correct answer: (1x2=2)

1. What does the poet want the squirrel to do?

(a) hunt for nuts

(b) sing at night

(c) run up, down and around the tree

2. Akbar gave Mahesh Das a position at the _____________________

(a) court

(b) village

(c) hall

VI Change these nouns into their plural forms: (½x10=5)

1. fly - _______________ 6. bus - _______________

2. thief - _______________ 7. fairy - _______________

3. watch - _______________ 8. church - _______________

4. deer - _______________ 9. child - _______________

5. tax - _______________ 10. calf - _______________

VII Rewrite these sentences using capital letters, full stops, and question marks as required: (½ x4=2)

1. rohit was born in Delhi


2. have you eaten your lunch ritu?


VIII Write the given words under their proper heading: (½ x8=4)

lord,     cup   , cousin,    duck,    nun,    emperor,    book,    doctor

CBSE Class 3 English Sample Paper Set G

IX Rewrite these words to show possession (‘s) : (1x4 =4)

1. the guns of the soldiers ___________________________________________________

2. the tyres of my car _______________________________________________________

3. the horns of the goat _____________________________________________________

4. Umbrella of Ritu ________________

X Circle the correct pronoun: (½ x10=5)

1. Rohit is my cousin. (She / He) is a dentist.

2. Radha is a good girl. (She / He) is very beautiful.

3. The dog is barking. (He / It) is black in colour.

4. The boys are talking. (They / He) are very naughty.

5. My name is Mohan. (He / I) am seven years old.

6. Komal studies in my class. (They / She) is very intelligent.

7. This table is new. Don’t spoil (they / it).

8. The birds are flying. (She / They) look happy.

9. Ram is absent today. (He / She) is not well.

10. I live in Delhi. (He / It) is a clean city.

XI Match the young ones of different animals and birds : (1x5=5)

1. goat             eaglet

2. duck              joey

3. eagle         mouseling

4. mouse          kid

5. kangaroo    duckling

XII See the picture carefully and frame five sentences using the words given in the help box. (1x5=5)

mangoes,     fruits,     markets,     mother,    lady,

house,       apples,      daughter,     man,      vegetables

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