Casili Elementary School Casili, Consolacion, Cebu

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This is a diagnostic test in English Grade 3.

• 1.

THE CROW AND THE PITCHER                         One day, a thirsty crow wanted some water to drink.  He looked around for a well.  He could not find any.  Then, he a saw a pitcher on the road.  There was some water at the bottom of the pitcher.  He could not reach the water.                         He sat down to think.  He saw some small stones besides the road.  He smiled and said, “I know what to do”.  He got the stones beside the road.  He smiled and said, “ I know what to do”.  He got the stones and he dropped them into the pitcher one by one.  Soon, the water was near the top.  He drank all the water he wanted. 1. Where did the story happen?

• A.

In the playground

• B.

In the library

• C.

In the garden

• D.

C. In the garden
Explanation
The story happened in the garden. The crow was searching for water and found a pitcher on the road in the garden.

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• 2.

Who was the character?

• A.

Dog

• B.

Cat

• C.

Crow

• D.

Rat

C. Crow
Explanation
The correct answer is "Crow" because the question asks for the character's identity and out of the given options, "Crow" is the only option that represents a character. The other options, "Dog," "Cat," and "Rat," are animals but not characters.

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• 3.

What was the problem of the crow?

• A.

He wanted some water to drink

• B.

He is looking for his mother

• C.

He wanted some food to eat

• D.

He is looking for his mother

A. He wanted some water to drink
Explanation
The correct answer is "He wanted some water to drink." This is because the question asks about the problem of the crow, and wanting water to drink can be seen as a problem for the crow as it is thirsty and needs water to quench its thirst.

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• 4.

She is the...........that I talked about.

• A.

Girls

• B.

Grilies

• C.

Girl

• D.

Girlies

C. Girl
Explanation
The correct answer is "girl" because the sentence is referring to a specific girl that the speaker had previously mentioned or discussed. The word "that" indicates that the speaker is referring to a singular noun, so the plural options "girls" and "grilies" can be eliminated. Additionally, the word "girlies" is not a commonly used term and does not fit the context of the sentence. Therefore, the correct answer is "girl".

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• 5.

Carey enjoy ________football at the field every evening.

• A.

Watching

• B.

Hunting

• C.

Playing

• D.

Running

C. Playing
Explanation
The correct answer is "playing" because the sentence states that Carey enjoys doing something at the field every evening, and "playing" is the most appropriate verb to describe an activity that can be done at a field.

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• 6.

Angie wants to ________ chicken chop for her dinner.

• A.

Run

• B.

Cry

• C.

Eat

• D.

C. Eat
Explanation
The correct answer is "eat" because Angie wants to have chicken chop for her dinner.

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• 7.

My father ________ the yard.

• A.

Jumps

• B.

Cleans

• C.

Cooks

• D.

Eats

B. Cleans
Explanation
The correct answer is "cleans" because the sentence is asking about what the subject (my father) does to the yard. "Jumps," "cooks," and "eats" do not make sense in this context, as they do not describe an action that someone would typically do to a yard. However, "cleans" is a verb that fits well and makes sense in this sentence.

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• 8.

He ___________ the plants.

• A.

Works

• B.

Cleans

• C.

• D.

Watered

D. Watered
Explanation
The correct answer is "watered." This is because watering plants involves providing them with the necessary amount of water to keep them healthy and hydrated. The other options, such as "works," "cleans," and "reads," do not relate to the action of providing water to plants.

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• 9.

Which is a proper noun?

• A.

• B.

Garden

• C.

Flower

• D.

Cat

Explanation
Vlad is a proper noun because it is a specific name of a person. Proper nouns refer to individual people, places, or things and are always capitalized. In this case, "Vlad" is a specific name, likely referring to a person, making it a proper noun. The other options, "garden," "flower," and "cat," are common nouns as they refer to general things rather than specific individuals.

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• 10.

We eat a very a very good lunch. On Sunday, my grandfather and grandmother__________________ us

• A.

Will visit

• B.

Go

• C.

Visits

• D.

Visit

A. Will visit
Explanation
The correct answer is "will visit" because the sentence is in the future tense and is referring to a specific event that will happen in the future, which is the visit of the grandfather and grandmother.

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• 11.

SM department store will have their midnight sale tomorrow.  Which is a common noun?

• A.

Tomorrow

• B.

Their

• C.

Sale

• D.

Department store

A. Tomorrow
Explanation
"Tomorrow" is a common noun because it refers to a general time period in the future and is not a specific day or date. It can be used in various contexts and does not require capitalization.

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• 12.

There______________________ two _______________ in the barn.

• A.

Is/ horses

• B.

Are/horses

• C.

Are/horse

• D.

Is/horse

B. Are/horses
Explanation
The correct answer is "are/horses" because the subject "two horses" is plural, so the verb "are" should also be plural to agree with the subject.

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• 13.

There__________________ one______________ sleeping on the bed

• A.

Is/cat

• B.

Are/cats

• C.

Are/cat

• D.

Is/cats

A. Is/cat
Explanation
The correct answer is "is/cat" because the subject "there" is singular and the noun "cat" is also singular. Therefore, the verb "is" should be used to agree with the subject.

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• 14.

Mark : what does Mack do? Jonh : He's a teacher. He __________ in the junior high school.

• A.

Teach

• B.

Is teaching

• C.

Teaches

• D.

Taught

C. Teaches
Explanation
The correct answer is "teaches" because the sentence is in the present tense and the verb "teaches" agrees with the subject "He."

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• 15.

I always ……………..a car twice a week.

• A.

Washes

• B.

Watch

• C.

Wash

• D.

Watches

C. Wash
Explanation
The correct answer is "wash". The sentence is in the present tense and the subject is "I". The verb should agree with the subject, so it should be "wash" instead of "watches" or "watch". "Washes" is also incorrect because it is used for third person singular subjects.

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• 16.

What word consist a consonant blend?

• A.

Man

• B.

Wall

• C.

Credit

• D.

Wait

C. Credit
Explanation
A consonant blend is a combination of two or more consonant sounds that appear together in a word without any vowels between them. In the word "credit," the consonant blend is "cr," where the "c" and "r" sounds come together without any vowel sound in between. Therefore, "credit" consists of a consonant blend.

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• 17.

I start with sh. I have lots of wool. I am a farm animal. What am I ?

• A.

Cow

• B.

Horse

• C.

Sheep

• D.

Goat

C. Sheep
Explanation
The correct answer is sheep. The question describes an animal that starts with "sh" and has lots of wool, which fits the description of a sheep.

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• 18.

Let's begin! Can you identify the 2 syllable word from the following?

• A.

Hello

• B.

Firm

• C.

Following

• D.

Swamp

A. Hello
Explanation
The word "Hello" is a 2-syllable word. It can be divided into two syllables: "hel" and "lo".

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• 19.

Are you coming with us?

• A.

Declarative sentence

• B.

Interrogative sentence

• C.

Imperative sentence

• D.

Exclamatory sentence

B. Interrogative sentence
Explanation
The given sentence, "Are you coming with us?" is an interrogative sentence because it is asking a question and seeking information. Interrogative sentences typically start with a question word (in this case, "Are") and end with a question mark.

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• 20.

You look so happy!

• A.

Declarative sentence

• B.

Interrogative sentence

• C.

Imperative sentence

• D.

Exclamatory sentence