Final English Test - 3rd Grade - Blue Skies

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Final English Test - 3rd Grade - Blue Skies - Quiz

This is the final english test for 3rd graders who learn at Student's book "Blue Skies for Bulgaria" by Ron Holt


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Read the text: Hello. My name is Petya. I am tall and thin. I have got brown hair and green eyes. I an a pupil in the 3rd grade. My school is a big and modern. We study, sing and play sports there. I like my school but I don't like tests. Answer:

    • A.

      Her school is big and modern.

    • B.

      Petya has got brown hair and blue eyes.

    Correct Answer
    A. Her school is big and modern.
    Explanation
    The given answer correctly identifies the statement "Her school is big and modern" as being true based on the information provided in the text. However, it incorrectly states that Petya has brown hair and blue eyes, when in fact the text states that she has brown hair and green eyes.

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  • 2. 

      Write:     his,       hers,        mine,        yours                                                                                                                 1. Carol: Is this your car?     Mark: Yes, it's (1) ........................... 2. Carol: Is this Dean's yo-yo?      Mark: Yes, it's (2) ........................... 3. Carol: Is this Amy's ball?     Mark: yes, it's (3)...................... 4. Carol: Is this my kite?      Mark: Yes, it's (4) .....................

    • A.

      1) mine 2) his 3) hers 4) yours

    • B.

      1) yours 2) hers 3) his 4) mine

    • C.

      1) yours 2) his 3) mine 4) hers

    Correct Answer
    A. 1) mine 2) his 3) hers 4) yours
    Explanation
    In each of the conversations, Mark is referring to the possession of the object in question. In the first conversation, Carol asks if the car belongs to Mark and he confirms that it is "mine". In the second conversation, Carol asks if the yo-yo belongs to Dean and Mark confirms that it is "his". In the third conversation, Carol asks if the ball belongs to Amy and Mark confirms that it is "hers". In the fourth conversation, Carol asks if the kite belongs to her and Mark confirms that it is "yours". Therefore, the correct answer for each conversation is the possessive pronoun that matches the person being referred to.

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  • 3. 

    What are the numbers: fifty-eight ,    100,    seventy-five,    twenty-three,   42,   sixty-four 

    • A.

      48, one hundred, 74, 23, forty-one, 65

    • B.

      58, one hundred, 75, 23, forty-two, 64

    Correct Answer
    B. 58, one hundred, 75, 23, forty-two, 64
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "58, one hundred, 75, 23, forty-two, 64". This is the correct sequence of numbers that matches the given words. Each number is written in word form and corresponds to its numerical value.

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  • 4. 

    Fill in:            some            any 1. There isn't ........................  bread on the table. 2. There is ............................. meat in the basket. 3. Are there ............................ vegetables? 4. There are ............................eggs in the box.

    • A.

      1. some 2. any 3. some 4. any

    • B.

      1. any 2. some 3. any 4. some

    Correct Answer
    B. 1. any 2. some 3. any 4. some
    Explanation
    The correct answer for the given question is "1. any". In sentence 1, "There isn't any bread on the table", the word "any" is used because it is a negative sentence and we use "any" to indicate the absence of something. In sentence 2, "There is some meat in the basket", the word "some" is used because it is a positive sentence and we use "some" to indicate the presence of something. In sentence 3, "Are there any vegetables?", the word "any" is used because it is a question and we use "any" to ask about the presence or absence of something. In sentence 4, "There are some eggs in the box", the word "some" is used because it is a positive sentence and we use "some" to indicate the presence of something.

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  • 5. 

    What are the days of the week in the gaps: The last day of the week is 1)............................................... The day before Saturday is 2) ............................................. The day between Tuesday and Thursday is  3) ..........................................

    • A.

      1) Saturday 2) Sunday 3) Monday

    • B.

      1) Sunday 2) Friday 3) Wednesday

    • C.

      1) Friday 2) Sunday 3) Wednesday

    Correct Answer
    B. 1) Sunday 2) Friday 3) Wednesday
    Explanation
    The last day of the week is Sunday, as it is commonly considered the last day before the start of a new week. The day before Saturday is Friday, as it is the day immediately preceding Saturday. The day between Tuesday and Thursday is Wednesday, as it falls in the middle of the two days mentioned.

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  • 6. 

    Complete:          can              can't 1. Dogs ................. run. 2. Horses ................... sing. 3. Rabbits .................... read. 4. Cats ........................ climb.

    • A.

      1. can 2. can't 3. can't 4. can

    • B.

      1. can't 2. can 3. can 4. can't

    Correct Answer
    A. 1. can 2. can't 3. can't 4. can
    Explanation
    Dogs can run because running is a natural ability for them. Horses can't sing because they lack the vocal cords and physical structure necessary for producing human-like sounds. Rabbits can't read because reading requires advanced cognitive abilities and language comprehension that rabbits do not possess. Cats can climb because they have sharp claws and flexible bodies that allow them to scale vertical surfaces.

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  • 7. 

    Comlete:              must                  mustn't     1. You .................... be late for school. 2. You .................... do your homework. 3. You .................... watch TV all night. 4. You .................... sleep in class. 5. You ..................... listen to the teacher.

    • A.

      1. must 2. mustn't 3. must 4. must 5. mustn't

    • B.

      1. mustn't 2. must 3. mustn't 4. mustn't 5. must

    Correct Answer
    B. 1. mustn't 2. must 3. mustn't 4. mustn't 5. must
    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is "1. mustn't". This is because the sentence is talking about not being late for school, which means that being late is not allowed or prohibited. "Mustn't" is used to express prohibition or something that is not allowed.

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