5TH Class English MCQS Notes


Q. No.1. We decorate our houses with the _______ flag on 14th of August.
(a) Country (b) Village (c) National (d) City
Q. No.2. Always start a sentence with ________.
(a) Small letter (b) Question Mark
(c) Comma (d) Capital letter
Q. No.3. The group of words with all verbs is
(a) Now, Then, Therefore, Because
(b) Brave, Honest, Beautiful, Ugly
(c) Tall, Say, Ask, Colour
(d) Give, Take, Fly, Use
Q. No.4. The correct rhyming pair is
(a) Know, Won (b) Slight, Right
(c) Wrong, Gone (d) Back, Kill
Q. No.5. The group of words with all Proper nouns is
(a) Islamabad, Shahmeer, Ali, Azra
(b) Tail, Jungle, Colour, Fan
(c) Zebra, Black, Angle, Live
(d) Giraffe, Neck, Water, Lion
Q. No.6. Summer is _________ longest season.
(a) an (b) a (c) the (d) more
Q. No.7. His mother fetches food for him. “Fetches” means
(a) Takes (b) Brings (c) Eats (d) Enjoys
Q. No.8. The numbers that show order in a series are called_______.
(a) Number (b) Numerical
(c) Ordinal Numbers (d) Cardinal Number
Q. No.9. They saw the dresses of their choice_______ the price was very high.
(a) But (b) Because (c) And (d) So
Q. No.10. The sentence in “Present Indefinite” is
(a) Games refreshed us and gave us energy.
(b) Games refresh us and give us energy.
(c) Games were refreshing us and giving us energy.
(d) Games refresh us and gave us energy.
Q. No.11. Some are fond of sunshine. “Fond of” means
(a) Pleasure (b) To like very much (c) Trips (d) Delight
Q. No.12. The sentence in correct Present Continuous is
(a) The man was feeling thirsty.
(b) The man felt thirsty.
(c) The man is feeling thirsty.
(d) The man feels thirsty.
Q. No.13. The correct translation of the sentence
“In this season leaves fall and change their colour” is
sorry for urdu writing
Q. No.14. The Correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “He takes keen interest in
this studies.” Is
sorry for urdu writing
Q. No.15. The word with correct spellings is
(a) Cubboard (b) Cupboord
(c) Cubpoard (d) Cupboard
Q. No.16. The group of words with all past time verbs is
(a) Lives, bring, fetched, feel
(b) Lived, brought, fetched, felt
(c) Living, bringing, fetching, feeling
(d) Lived, bring, fetch, feel
Q. No.17. The correct negative of the sentence “The man felt thirsty.” is
(a) The man not felt thirsty.
(b) The man does not feel thirsty.
(c) The man did not feel thirsty.
(d) The man did not felt thirsty.
Q. No.18. The correct interrogative sentence is
(a) Do your father like plants?
(b) Does your father likes plants?
(c) Do your father likes plants?
(d) Does your father like plants?
Q. No.19. When we want to thank someone, we say
(a) Hello (b) Good morning
(c) Excuse me (d) Thank you
Q. No.20. The word with correct spellings is
(a) Trossers (b) Trousirs
(c) Trosers (d) Trousers
Q. No.21. We ________ Eid last month.
(a) Cetebrated (b) Celebrates
(c) Celebrate (d) Celebrating
Q. No.22. When we want to get the ________ of someone, we say “Excuse me.”
(a) Love (b) Attention (c) Books (d) Money
Q. No.23. The sentence with correct punctuation is
(a) He brought copies, pens and pencils?
(b) He brought copies pens pencils,
(c) He brought copies, pens and pencils.
(d) He brought Copies, Pens and Pencils.
Q. No.24. I am not going to school________ it is holiday today.
(a) Because (b) But (c) And (d) Also
Q. No.25. The correct interrogative sentence is
(a) How many seasons there are in a year?
(b) How many seasons are there in a year?
(c) How many seasons in a year?
(d) Seasons how many are in a year?
Q. No.26. Thursday comes after
(a) Wednesday (b) Friday
(c) Sunday (d) Tuesday
Q. No.27. The correct translation of the Urdu sentence, is
sorry for urdu writing
(a) It does not rain.
(b) It has not been raining.
(c) It is not raining.
(d) It has not rained.
Q. No.28. The negative form of the sentence, “I like your new bag.” is
(a) I am not liking your new bag.
(b) I do not like your new bag.
(c) I will not like your new bag.
(d) I did not like your new bag.
Q. No.29. The tense used in the following sentence “He has been playing cricket
since morning.” is
(a) Present Indefinite (b) Present Continuous
(c) Present Perfect (d) Present Perfect Continuous
Q. No.30. “Quarrel” means
(a) To become happy. (b) Angry argument.
(c) To play. (d) To follow.

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