Punjab Examination Commission PEC English 2016 Solved Model Paper


PUNJAB EXAMINATION COMMISSION EXAMINATION 2016, GRADE - 5
ENGLISH PART – A (Objective Type) Part-A = 50 Marks, Part-B = 50 Marks, Total Marks = 100
Student Name (In Capitals)     Roll Number (In Figures)
Superintendent Signature  ------------------------------

General Instructions:
1)  Read carefully and attempt all questions.
2)  Encircle the correct option with Blue/Black ink as shown in the example below.
Example:  He likes to _____________ football.
a)  plays  b) playing
c)   play  d) played
3)  If more than one option is circled, no marks will be given.

Part-A (Multiple Choice Questions) Time Allowed: 50 Minutes

Q. No.1.  The countable noun among the following is:
a) butter          b) banana
c) tea          d) oil
Q. No.2.  When you enter the class, you ask your teacher:
a) Come in.        b) Should I come in?
c) May I come in?      d) Yes, come in.
Q. No.3.  The correct sentence for the given picture is:
a) This is stars.  b) That are star.
c) These are stars.        d) It is star.
Q. No.4.  The rabbit is hiding behind the tree.
In this sentence the word “behind” is:
a)  Noun          b) Verb   
c) Adjective        d) Preposition
Q. No.5.  A word that rhymes with “slow” is:
a) grow            b) how
c) now            d) who
Q. No.6.  In the picture, the children are:
a) walking   b) sleeping    
c) writing   d) playing
Q. No.7.  Teacher: “What does your father do?”
Ali: “He is _____________________.”
a) a engineer  b) an engineer
c) the engineer  d) an engineers
Q. No.8.  The boy is reading a story book. The word “reading” is:
a) Noun          b) Adverb   
c) Verb          d) Pronoun
Q. No.9.  Which one is a past continuous sentence?
a) I am reading a book.      b) They are reading a book.
c) He was reading a book.  d) She is reading a book.
Q. No.10.   The sentence with correct use of capitalization is:
a) the Teacher asked Ajmal to sit down.
b) the teacher asked ajmal to sit down.
c) The Teacher asked ajmal to sit down.
d) The teacher asked Ajmal to sit down.
Q. No.11.  “Sunflower” is:
a) Adjective        b) Compound word
c) Verb          d) Pronoun
Q. No.12.   The sentence with correct punctuation is:
a) I like mango, banana, orange and grapes.
b) I like mango, banana, orange, grapes!
c) I like mango and banana and orange, grapes.
d) I like mango, banana, orange, grapes?
Q. No.13.  The baby is happy. The word “happy” is:
a) Noun          b) Verb   
c) Adjective        d) Pronoun
Q. No.14.  The sentence with correct structure is:
a) Ali plays football with his friends.     b) Ali football plays with his friends.
c) Football Ali plays with his friends.   d) Plays football Ali with his friends.
Q. No.15.  “I go to the park twice a day.”
The correct question form of the above sentence is:
a) Why do you go to the park?      b) How do you go to the park?
c) Why don’t you go to the park?    d) How often do you go to the park?
Read the paragraph carefully and answer the Q. No. 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Quaid-e-Azam was born on 25th December, 1876. His name
was Muhammad Ali. His father Jinnah  Poonja was a
businessman  in  Karachi. In 1884, he was enrolled in Sindh
Madrassa-tul-Islam. He was a brilliant and hardworking
student. He used to study late at night. One night when he was
studying, his aunt said, “If you keep on studying like this you
will fall ill.” Muhammad Ali Jinnah replied that if he did not
work hard he would never be able to accomplish anything
great. He focused on his studies and completed his education.
He became the youngest barrister of India at the age of
nineteen. He earned  a  good name by hard work.  The  Muslims gave him the title of “Quaid-e-Azam”
because of his untiring efforts and rock like determination.  Due  to  his hard work,  Pakistan appeared
on the map of world on August 14, 1947 as the largest Muslim state. The Muslims would never have
achieved freedom if they had not a leader like Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Q. No.16.  The paragraph is about:
a) Jinnah Poonja        b) Quaid’s aunti
c) Quaid-e-Azam          d) Sindh Madrassa-tul-Islam
Q. No.17.   The word “completed” is formed by:
a) complet + ed        b) complete + d
c) comple + ted        d) comp + leted
Q. No.18.   The word “ determination” means:
a) thankfulness        b) helplessness
c) purposefulness        d) carelessness
Q. No.19.  “Those who do not work hard can never accomplish anything great”, means:
a) Hard work is a key to success.  b) Achieve everything without hard work.
c) Do not work hard.        d) Hard work accomplishes nothing.
Q. No.20.   The topic sentence of this paragraph is:
a) Quaid-e-Azam was brilliant and hardworking.
b) If you keep on studying like this you will fall ill.  
c) Quaid-e-Azam’s father Jinnah Poonja was a businessman of Karachi.
d) In 1884, Quaid-e-Azam was enrolled in Sindh Madrassa-tul-Islam.
Read the following lines carefully and answer the Q. No 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25.
The linnets play among the leaves,
At hide-and-seek and chirp and sing;
While, flashing to and from the leaves,
The swallows twitter on the wings.
And twigs that shake, and boughs that sway,
And tall old trees you could not climb,
And winds that come, but cannot stay,
Are singing gaily all the time.
Q. No.21.  “Linnets” are:
a) winds         b) birds 
c) insects         d) trees
Q. No.22.  According to the stanza, who plays hide-and-seek?
a) Linnets       b) Leaves 
c) Swallows       d) Wings
Q. No.23.  According to the stanza, which thing was NOT singing:
a) boughs       b) trees 
c) winds         d) time
Q. No.24.  What does the word “gaily” mean?
a) angrily        b) sadly
c) happily       d) effectively
Q. No.25.  Which line shows that the linnets were rushing here and there in the trees?
a) And tall old trees you could not climb,
b) While, flashing to and from the leaves,
c) And winds that come, but cannot stay,
d) Are singing gaily all the time.

Answers

1.    B  8.  C  15.  D  22.  A
2.    C  9.  C  16.  C  23.  D
3.    C  10  D  17.  B  24.  C
4.    D  11.  B  18.  C  25.  B
5.    A  12  A  19.  A  
6.    D  13.  C  20.  A  
7.    B  14.  A  21.  B  


Part-B (Open Ended Questions)Time Allowed: 1 Hour 40 Minutes

Q.No.26. Write a paragraph of 10 sentences about “The things which I want to change in my
school.” Use correct punctuation, grammar and spelling.      Marks (10)
Following hints may give you some ideas but you are free to use your own ideas.
·  Describe what you want to change.
·  Write about some of its disadvantages.
·  Provide an explanation of reason / reasons to change them.

Q.No.27. Your friend has requested you to lend your English book. Write a letter that informs
your friend that you will send the book as early as possible. Use correct punctuation,
grammar and spelling.                Marks (10)
Following hints may give you some ideas but you are free to use your own ideas.
·  How will you send the book?
·  When do you want him / her to return the book?
·  Also say that you want the book back in good condition.

Q.No.28. Write  a story using the following  pictorial  hints  and the moral “Do  Good  and  Have
Good”.  Write a suitable title of the story.  Use correct punctuation, grammar and
spelling.                    Marks (10)
Figure – 1                Figure - 2

Q.No.29. (a) Read the paragraph carefully and answer the Q. No. 1, 2, 3 and 4.   Marks (5)
Penguins are interesting  birds.  Penguins have a layer of fat under their skin which helps them keep
warm and serves as a source of energy when there is nothing to eat.  Their eggs hatch sixty days  after
they  are  laid. The parents take turns  to go fishing and bringing food for their chicks  in winter.  When
winter ends and the ice begins to melt, a long procession of penguins trails down to the sea, where they
spend the short summer in swimming and saving food.
Q. No.1.  How long does it take to hatch a penguin’s egg?        Mark (1)
______________________________________________________________________________
Q. No.2.  Who takes turns to bring food for the chicks?          Mark (1)
______________________________________________________________________________
Q. No.3.  How do the penguins spend their summer time?         Mark (1)
______________________________________________________________________________
Q. No.4.  Write a suitable title for the passage.            Mark (2)

(b). Make sentences of any five of the following in your own words. Each sentence carries one
mark. Use correct punctuation, grammar and spelling.        Marks (5)
Remember:   ____________________________________________________________________
Truth:    ____________________________________________________________________
Popular:  ____________________________________________________________________
Class:    ____________________________________________________________________
Enter:    ____________________________________________________________________
Speak:  ____________________________________________________________________

Q.No.30. Use the given words to fill in the blanks. Do NOT use your own words.
blessing, exercise, fresh, keeps, nothing, regularly, stays    Marks (10)
Health is a great__________. To keep myself healthy, I go for a morning walk_________. I
enjoy _______air in the park. I do some _______too. My morning walk ______ me fit.

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