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Questions & Answers for Class 3-5, August 2018

1) What is the meaning of the word - ADULT?
a. Child
b. Infant
c. Fully grown
d. Immature
The correct answer is : Fully grown
2) Which bird has beak which work like a straw?
a. Humming bird
b. Eagle
c. Owl
d. Parrot
The correct answer is : Humming bird
3) Commonwealth Games 2022 will be held in which country?
a. England
b. South Africa
c. Australia
d. India
The correct answer is : England
4) Land and sea meet at the ____________.
a. horizon
b. coast
c. delta
d. bank
The correct answer is : coast
5) The product of two number is 96. If one of the number is 8, find the other number.
a. 12
b. 10
c. 9
d. 14
The correct answer is : 12
6) If 15 table cost Rs 1500. What is the cost of 1 table?
a. 10
b. 100
c. 15
d. 150
The correct answer is : 100
7) Lungi wore by men in Tamil Nadu is called?
a. phiran
b. hanky
c. veshti
d. pyjama
The correct answer is : veshti
8) Which organ controls all the system in our body?
a. Lungs
b. Brain
c. Kidney
d. Heart
The correct answer is : Brain
9) Which bird migrate to India during winter?
a. Woodpeckers
b. Parrots
c. Eagles
d. Siberian cranes
The correct answer is : Siberian cranes
10) Cricketer Rashid Khan plays for which country?
a. Afghanistan
b. Ireland
c. Pakistan
d. India
The correct answer is : Afghanistan
11) Digging out minerals such as iron, gold, coal and petroleum from the earth's surface is called?
a. baking
b. farming
c. rearing
d. mining
The correct answer is : mining
12) Identify the noun in the following sentence: The flowers are very beautiful.
a. The
b. flowers
c. very
d. beautiful
The correct answer is : flowers
13) Munshi Premchand was a famous?
a. hockey player
b. scientist
c. writer
d. actor
The correct answer is : writer
14) In the famous Tom and Jerry cartoon show, who is Tom?
a. a cat
b. a duck
c. a mouse
d. a dog
The correct answer is : a cat
15) Ferdinand Magellan was a?
a. astronaut
b. scientist
c. writer
d. sailor
The correct answer is : sailor
16) The term Grandmaster is related to which sports?
a. Karate
b. Cricket
c. Chess
d. Boxing
The correct answer is : Chess
17) Among rajma, wheat, rice and corn, which is/are an example of pulses?
a. rajma
b. wheat
c. rice
d. corn
The correct answer is : rajma
18) Round off 2589 to nearest hundred.
a. 2500
b. 2600
c. 2590
d. 2000
The correct answer is : 2600
19) Kathmandu is the capital of which Asian country?
a. Bhutan
b. Myanmar
c. Nepal
d. Sri Lanka
The correct answer is : Nepal
20) Spelling of which of the following word is correct? Appear, Disappear, Invisible.
a. Appear
b. Disappear
c. Invisible
d. All of these
The correct answer is : All of these
21) An instrument used to find directions is called?
a. compass
b. map
c. phone
d. telescope
The correct answer is : compass
22) Under which tree Gautam Buddha attained enlightenment?
a. banyan tree
b. neem tree
c. peepal tree
d. mango tree
The correct answer is : peepal tree
23) Spelling of which of the following word is wrong? Rinoceros, Kingfisher, Woodpecker, Peacock.
a. Rinoceros
b. Kingfisher
c. Woodpecker
d. Peacock
The correct answer is : Rinoceros
24) Continents are divided into smaller parts which are called?
a. states
b. cities
c. countries
d. capitals
The correct answer is : countries
25) Identify the adjective in the following sentence: The tall giraffe is eating leaves.
a. tall
b. giraffe
c. eating
d. leaves
The correct answer is : tall
26) Convert 100 metre (m) into centi-metre (cm).
a. 10 cm
b. 100 cm
c. 1000 cm
d. 10000 cm
The correct answer is : 10000 cm
27) Which country started Olympic Games more than 2700 years ago?
a. England
b. Japan
c. Greece
d. China
The correct answer is : Greece
28) Who wrote the book - Letters from a Father to His Daughter?
a. Jawaharlal Nehru
b. Motilal Nehru
c. Mahatma Gandhi
d. Vallabhbhai Patel
The correct answer is : Jawaharlal Nehru
29) Among wheat, sugar cane, rice and bajra, which is a cash crop?
a. wheat
b. sugar cane
c. rice
d. bajra
The correct answer is : sugar cane
30) Which is smaller?
a. 8 x 5 - 15
b. 35 - 20 + 5
c. 16 + 14 - 20
d. 6 x 8 - 28
The correct answer is : 16 + 14 - 20
31) Which animal is now in danger of becoming extinct?
a. elephant
b. lion
c. one-horned rhinoceros
d. tiger
The correct answer is : one-horned rhinoceros
32) Chain of mountains are called?
a. hill
b. range
c. valley
d. glacier
The correct answer is : range
33) The Sunderban delta lies on the __________ coast of India.
a. northern
b. southern
c. eastern
d. western
The correct answer is : eastern
34) In India, birth certificates are issued by the?
a. hospitals
b. doctors
c. schools
d. municipalities
The correct answer is : municipalities
35) The members of a state assembly are elected by the ___________________.
a. people of the country
b. chief minister
c. people of the state
d. governor
The correct answer is : people of the state
36) Who was the main writer of our constitution?
a. Jawaharlal Nehru
b. Dr B R Ambedkar
c. Dr Rajendra Prasad
d. Vallabhbhai Patel
The correct answer is : Dr B R Ambedkar
37) Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright, the two American brothers invented the ____________.
a. aeroplane
b. telephone
c. steam engine
d. telescope
The correct answer is : aeroplane
38) Chandragupta Maurya was Ashok's _____________.
a. father
b. son
c. grand father
d. uncle
The correct answer is : grand father
39) Bhutan is in which continent?
a. Europe
b. Africa
c. South America
d. Asia
The correct answer is : Asia
40) Tulip is a?
a. bird
b. flower
c. insect
d. mountain
The correct answer is : flower
41) Circulatory system of our body is responsible for?
a. pumping blood to all parts of the body
b. throwing out waste from the body
c. digestion of food
d. controlling all body parts
The correct answer is : pumping blood to all parts of the body
42) Television programme Big Boss was hosted by?
a. Rajeev Khandelwal
b. Amitabh Bachchan
c. Shahrukh Khan
d. Salman Khan
The correct answer is : Salman Khan
43) Full form of STD is?
a. State Trunk Dialing
b. Subscriber Trunk Dialing
c. Subscriber Telephone Dialing
d. Subscriber Test Dialing
The correct answer is : Subscriber Trunk Dialing
44) On which date, Navroz, also known as the Persian New Year, is celebrated every year?
a. 21st January
b. 21st February
c. 21st March
d. 21st April
The correct answer is : 21st March
45) Which animal has broad and sharp front teeth?
a. Cow
b. Tiger
c. Elephant
d. Dog
The correct answer is : Cow
46) A piece of land surrounded by water is called?
a. peninsula
b. island
c. plateau
d. plains
The correct answer is : island
47) Which plant parts turns into fruit?
a. stem
b. leaf
c. flower
d. root
The correct answer is : flower
48) Among Bihu, Pongal, Onam and Baisakhi, which is/are the harvest festival of India?
a. Bihu
b. Pongal
c. Onam
d. All of these
The correct answer is : All of these
49) Butterfly is a?
a. bird
b. animal
c. insect
d. fish
The correct answer is : insect
50) Population of India is more than _______ crore.
a. 100
b. 200
c. 300
d. 400
The correct answer is : 100
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