English Class 5th

221. This is the boy _______ had an accident.

A) Who

B) Which

C) Where

D) None of the above

222. I don’t understand the reason _____ they decided to leave the house.

A) Why

B) Who

C) Where

D) Which

223. Mateen bought a toy ______ he never uses anymore.

A) Why

B) Who

C) Where

D) Which

224. Jamshed went to a swimming pool _______ wasn’t very clean.

A) Why

B) Who

C) Where

D) Which

225. The girl _______ father is a doctor is in my class.

A) Why

B) Whose

C) Where

D) Which

226. You were busy on the phone that evening ______. I came to your house.

A) When

B) Who

C) Where

D) Which

227. Four Things to do is written by:

A) John Cove

B) Henry Van  Dyke

C) William Shakespeare


D) Adam Smith

228. To think without confusion ______.

A) Sincerely

B) Clearly

C) Purely


D) Securely

229. To Trust in God and Heaven _______.

A) Sincerely

B) Clearly

C) Purely


D) Securely

230. Fellow human means:

A) Partner

B) Friend

C) Human Being

D) None Of The Above

231. A word that joins words, phrases or sentence is called ______.

A) Interjection

B) Conjunction

C) Statement


D) Joiner

232. These are dogs and two cats. The underlined word is:

A) Interjection

B) Conjunction

C) Statement


D) Joiner

233. Is this a book ________ a note book?

A) or

B) and


C) nor

D) but

234. Asalam has two sister _______ no brothers.

A) or

B) and

C) nor

D) but

235. Every sentence should begin with a Capital Letter.

A) True

B) False

236. Proper noun always begins with _______.

A) Capital Letter

B) Lower case letter


C) Both A and B

D) None of the above

237. Which of the following begin with Capital Letter.

A) Proper Noun

B) Languages

C) Name of Months

D) All of the above

238. _______ is a figure of speech that compares two unlike things, often introduced by like or us.

A) Simile

B) Personification

C) Metaphor

D) Idioms

239. As Sweet as Pie. This is an example of:

A) Simile

B) Personification


C) Metaphor

D) Idioms

240. Meaning of Fate:

A) Faith

B) Fortune

C) Situation


D) Actions