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Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: The Present Continuous

Conjugate the ‘verb to be’ in simple present tense.

I am you are he/she/it is

we are you are they are

In each sentence, underline the verb in red and choose the correct tense.

She is cooking spaghetti for dinner. Simple present She cooks spaghetti for dinner. Present continuous We jog around the park. Simple present We are jogging around the park. Present continuous The baby is crawling across the floor. Simple present The baby crawls across the floor. Present continuous They are screaming on the roller coaster. Simple present They scream on the roller coaster. Present continuous

Rewrite these sentences in the present continuous tense.

I draw a picture in my sketchbook. I am drawing a picture in my sketchbook.

They play football in the park.

They are playing football in the park.

The little dog yaps loudly.

The little dog is yapping loudly.

We jump on the trampoline.

We are jumping on the trampoline.

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Spelling: Soft <c>

Put the words in the spelling list into the crossword.

Split theses words into the syllables. For word of one syllable add long and vowel symbol.

race can|cel prin|cess si|lence va|can|cy

Parse these sentences.

Sam bounced the ball high into the air.

They cancelled the race because it was icy.

v a c a n c y t

o e w

s i l e n c e e

e r a c e

i r o f f i c e

c e i c

e a d v a n c e e s

l c p

p i a

r d c

s i n c e m e d i c i n e

n n a

a c c i d e n t n

s p a l a c e

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: The Past Continuous

Conjugate the ‘verb to be’ in simple present tense.

I was you were he/she/it was

we were you were they were

Underline the verbs in these sentences in red and pronoun in pink. Then rewrite each sentence in the past continuous tense.

She skips in the park.

She was skipping in the park.

I milk the cows in the morning.

I was milking the cows in the morning.

We jump over the waves at the beach.

We were jumping over the waves at the beach.

They rake up the leaves on the lawn.

They were raking up the leaves on the lawn.

You help at the swimming club.

You were helping at the swimming club.

He dusts the ornaments.

He was dusting the ornaments.

Join each sentence to the correct tense.

They were playing in the park. simple present

They play in the park. simple past

They are playing in the park. present continuous

They played in the park. past continuous

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Spelling: Soft <g>

Fill in the missing letters in these words from the spelling list.

engine gender

angle giraffe

margin dungeon

strange page

urgency change

genetic stage

gymnastics

Split theses words into the syllables. For word of one syllable add long and vowel symbol.

mar|gin stage page gen|der ur|gen|cy

Parse these sentences.

Sam bounced the ball high into the air.

They cancelled the race because it was icy.

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: Places as Proper Nouns

Write the name of three famous places, then illustrate each one. 1. Minar-e-Pakistan 2. Shah Faisal masjid 3. Eiffel Tower

Write the names of ten countries.

Pakistan England India China Russia

Canada America Japan Dubai Saudi Arab

Write the names of seven continents

Asia Africa Europe North America

South America Antarctica Australia/Oceania

Find all the proper nouns in the postcard and make sure they start with a capital letter.

Dear Aunty Pam and Uncle Horace,

We are having a lovely time on holiday in Summershire.

We have visited the beautiful village of Sheldown and the Mr and Mrs H Smith,

Town of Brigton. Yesterday we went to the Happywood Hills 8 Hill Road,

Home for Horses. Dan sponsored a donkey called Merry. Frickleton,

Lots of love from, Suffolk,

Suzie, Will, Dan and Ruby England, Europe, Earth

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Spelling: The <tch> Spelling of the /ch/ Sound

Which words in the spelling list match the description?

1. kitchen (a room for cooking).

2. sketch (a very simple drawing).

3. hutch (a pet rabbit lives here).

4. stretcher (it carries injured people).

5. snatch (to grab away).

6. butcher (a man who sells meat).

7. wretched (very miserable or ill).

8. match (it is used to light a fire).

9. ketchup (a cold, red sauce).

10. switch (it turns a light on and off).

Parse these sentences, and write over the dots.

The small boy quickly put his books in his satchel.

I watched the quiet fisherman on the riverbank.

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: Proper Adjectives

Complete each sentence by writing the correct proper adjective

in the gap.

Kangaroos are Australian animals.

(Australia)

I watched the Spanish dancers.

(Spain)

This is Japanese flag. (Japan)

The Union Jack is the Britain flag. (British)

We went to the American burger bar. (America)

Mounties are Canadian police officers. (Canada)

This is a French book. (France)

There is a Chinese junk in the port. (China)

My granny likes Indian tea. (India)

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Spelling: The <dge>Spelling of the /j/ Sound

Add <dge> to complete each word and then draw a picture

bridge

badge

badger

sledge

hedgehog

budgerigar

Parse these sentences.

We are waiting eagerly for the judge.

The badger quickly disappeared through the hedge.

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: More Syllables

Identify and underline the vowel sound in these and split the words into syllables with a line. Then write out the syllables in the log beneath. lad|der kit|ten crack|er

jog|ging crick|et pep|per

bram|ble an|kle jun|gle

sim|ple un|cle thim|ble

peb|ble pick|le daz|zle

as|sem|ble un|sad|dle un|buck|le

lad der

kit ten crack er

jog ging crick et pep per

bram ble an kle jun gle

thim ble er

un cle sim ple

peb ble

as sem ble

pick le daz le

un sad dle un buck le

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Spelling: <le>

Put the words in the spelling list into alphabetical order.

1. angle 10. improbable

2. beetle 11. jungle

3. believable 12. knuckle

4. disable 13. obstacle

5. eagle 14. puzzle

6. formidable 15. rectangle

7. handle 16. simple

8. horrible 17. terrible

9. impossible 18. vehicle

Split these words into syllables.

ea|gle tick|le han|dle sad|dle rec|tan|gle

Parse these sentences.

The Scottish eagle floated lazily on the breeze.

The tiny black beetles scuttle quickly under the rotten log.

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA)

Solved Key of English Grammar for Grade 3

For the Month of May & June 2020

Grammar: Paragraph (Organizing Information)

Draw a picture of yourself in the middle of the page.

In each cloud, write over the main topic heading and

add your ideas underneath.

Draw your picture here

Me and my Family

About yourself

How many family members

do you have?

How you spend your day

with your family?

Write if you have any

family pet.

Where I Live

Name of your country.

Name of your city.

Write about some famous things of your city.

How you keep your city

clean?

My Hobby

What is hobby?

How do you spend your

time?

What are the advantages

of your hobby?

What is the hobby of

your brother?

Select a topic of

your own choice

Write about your ideas here

related to your topic.