ASSET A QUESTION A DAY-CLASS V

14/07/20

Subject: MATHS
Twice a certain number is 58. Four times that number will be
A
4 X 58
B
58 + 4
C
58 X 2
D
8 X 58

13/07/20

Subject: ENGLISH
The Bharatnatyam dancer practised for several hours to perform well in her 'Arangetram' (first performance).

The dancer can be described as being __________.
A
hardworking
B
good
C
creative
D
obedient

Correct Answer: A

11/07/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Both these figures show Mumbai's Marine Drive area as seen from Malabar Hills. Which of these is likely to be true of these pictures?
A
Figure 1 shows the place after its devastation in an earthquake.
B
Figure 1 shows the place after a successful tree plantation drive.
C
Figure 1 shows the place as it looked many years earlier.
D
(Figures 1 and 2 cannot be pictures of the same place.)

Correct Answer: C

10/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
When Sati opened her lunch box her mouth started watering on seeing the food. Which ORGAN SYSTEM is working here in her body?
A
Mouth
B
Tongue
C
Respiratory system
D
Digestive system

Correct Answer: D

09/07/20

Subject: MATHS
The system of telling the time using 'am' and 'pm' is called the 12 hour clock. Many timetables use the 24 hour clock instead. Study this table:


If the Karnataka Express leaves Itarsi at 0840 hours and reaches Bhusaval at 1310 hours on the same day, how long does it take for this journey?
A
4 hours 30 minutes
B
5 hours 30 minutes
C
6 hours 30 minutes
D
8 hours 40 minutes

Correct Answer: A

09/07/20

Subject: MATHS
The system of telling the time using 'am' and 'pm' is called the 12 hour clock. Many timetables use the 24 hour clock instead. Study this table:


If the Karnataka Express leaves Itarsi at 0840 hours and reaches Bhusaval at 1310 hours on the same day, how long does it take for this journey?
A
4 hours 30 minutes
B
5 hours 30 minutes
C
6 hours 30 minutes
D
8 hours 40 minutes

Correct Answer: A

08/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these containers has 20ml of water?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

07/07/20

Subject: MATHS
Question is based on the table and pictograph which show the number of trees on some streets of a town:


Which of the following is the correct representation of the number of trees in Park Road?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

06/07/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Rearrange the letters in the word 'MASTER' to mean a water body.
A
starem
B
stream
C
merats
D
treams

Correct Answer: B

04/07/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The South Indian state of Kerala is known for its beautiful backwaters. If you visit this region you may find small boats moving across the backwaters. Which of the pictures here shows the backwaters of Kerala?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: B

03/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of the following statements about plants is FALSE?
A
Plants help maintain the level of oxygen in the atmosphere.
B
All plants supply nutrients and enrich the soil.
C
Plants are the only organisms that produce their own food.
D
Plants help prevent soil erosion.

Correct Answer: B

02/07/20

Subject: MATHS
10 millimetres = 1 centimetre
100 centimetres = 1 metre
From this, we can say that:
A
1 metre is 110 times a millimetre.
B
1 centimetre is one tenth of a millimetre.
C
1 metre is one hundredth of a centimetre.
D
1 millimetre is one thousandth of a metre.

Correct Answer: D

01/07/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Wet clothes are left in the sunlight to dry. What happens to all the water in the wet clothes after a while?
A
All the water drips off.
B
Some water drips off and some condenses.
C
Some water drips off and some evaporates.
D
Some water drips off and some gets absorbed into the clothes.

Correct Answer: C

29/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which word goes together with 'swimming' to form a new word?
A
suite
B
cloth
C
robe
D
pool

Correct Answer: D

27/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Rati is visiting Puri to see the chariot festival of Lord Jagannath. Which of these chariots will she see during the festival?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

26/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these animals does NOT lay eggs?
A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

25/06/20

Subject: MATHS


Shorty and his friend Mr. Tallman are shown here. If Shorty is 80 cm tall, roughly how tall would Mr. Tallman be?
A
1 m
B
1.5 m
C
2 m
D
3 m

Correct Answer:C

24/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Identify the solid whose shape we can change without cutting or breaking it.
A
Wax crayons
B
Modelling clay
C
Steel
D
Cork

Correct Answer: B

23/06/20

Subject: MATHS
If 300 ml of water is poured into each of these containers, in which one will the increase in height of the water be maximum?
A
B
C
D
It will be the same in all.

Correct Answer: A

22/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which word is closest in sound to the underlined word.

The sight of the faceless man frightened her.
A
cite
B
side
C
sit
D
sigh

Correct Answer: A

20/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The figure shown here is an arrangement of items in a traditional thali of India. Identify the region where this tradition of food is popular.

A
Tamil
B
Gujarati
C
Bengali
D
Punjabi

Correct Answer: C

19/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
When you put an object in light, a shadow is sometimes formed. Which of these is the reason why shadows occur?
A
Shadows are formed because of reflection of light from the object.
B
Shadows are formed because some light is blocked by the object.
C
Shadows come out of a person or an object when light shines on them.
D
Shadows are always there but we see them only when light shines on them.

Correct Answer: B

18/06/20

Subject: MATHS
How many one-fourths need to be added to 21⁄4 to make 4?
A
3
B
4
C
5
D
7

Correct Answer: D

17/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
_________, a disease caused by the lack of vitamin C was once very common among sailors on long voyages.
Identify the name of the disease that could complete this passage correctly.
A
night blindness
B
beri beri
C
scurvy
D
rickets

Correct Answer: C

16/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Himesh has blocks like the one shown below.


He wants to build a 40 cm high tower with such blocks. What is the LEAST number of blocks with which he can do this?
A
5
B
6
C
8
D
10

Correct Answer: A

15/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which option completes this part of the sentence the BEST?

Bella said she would not speak to her friend _______________________________.
A
she will have a party.
B
last night and watched TV.
C
until she said 'Sorry.'
D
when she say 'No!'

Correct Answer: C

13/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Arrange the historical events or scenes shown in the paintings below from the oldest to the most recent.

A
A-B-C
B
C-B-A
C
C-A-B
D
B-A-C

Correct Answer: B

12/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
The mirror in the bathroom often clouds up while having a hot-water bath. Which of these explains this observation correctly?
A
The carbon dioxide in our breath cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
B
The oxygen in the atmosphere cools on touching the surface of the mirror.
C
The water from the shower falls on the surface of the mirror.
D
Water vapour from the shower cools on touching the surface of the mirror.

Correct Answer: D

11/06/20

Subject: MATHS
When a number is divided by another number, we get a quotient and a remainder.


If a number is divided by 10, which of these can NOT be the remainder?
A
0
B
1
C
5
D
10

Correct Answer: D

10/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these MAINLY helps a frog to capture a flying insect?


A
Long, powerful legs
B
Teeth in the upper jaw
C
Long sticky tongue
D
Webbed hind feet.

Correct Answer: C

09/06/20

Subject: MATHS
In Jamal's school, the annual exam papers are coded in a certain way. The codes of certain papers are given here.

According to this, what should be the code of the Science paper of class 5 for the year 2007?
A
E0507
B
S0707
C
S0705
D
S0507

Correct Answer: D

08/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Choose the sentence that has NO ERROR.
A
I does my work carefully.
B
These books are new.
C
My children is going to the zoo.
D
We runs very fast.

Correct Answer: B

06/06/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
Which of these paintings shows a scene from Hindu mythology?

A
B
C
D

Correct Answer: D

05/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
On the Earth, what causes day and night?
A
The Earth spinning on its axis.
B
The Earth moving in and out of the Sun's shadow.
C
The Earth moving around the Sun.
D
The Sun going around the Earth.

Correct Answer: A

04/06/20

Subject: MATHS
Rounding off 749 to the nearest hundred will give
A
849
B
700
C
800
D
7490

Correct Answer: B

03/06/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Which of these plant processes would be helped by insects?
A
pollination
B
germination
C
photosynthesis
D
transpiration

Correct Answer: A

02/06/20

Subject: MATHS
What is the length of the pencil?
A
7 cm
B
8 cm
C
15 cm
D
23 cm

Correct Answer: A

01/06/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Which sentence uses 'is' CORRECTLY?
A
Both my hands is very dirty.
B
My English books is very big
C
The squirrel's ears is very tiny.
D
She is the one I have to meet.

Correct Answer: D

30/05/20

Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE
The number of people living in the region of the Ganga plain in North India is very high compared to many other parts of India. The MOST important reason for this can be that
A
the region was very fertile and attracted people to settle there for farming.
B
the region is rich in mineral resources and supports a large number of industries.
C
the region has a large number of religious places that attract people to settle there.
D
the region has the same weather throughout the year, attracting people to live there.

Correct Answer: A

29/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Some musical instruments need air to produce sound. Some of them use air from inside your body. Others use air that is outside your body. Which of the following is different from the others?
A
flute
B
harmonium
C
shehnai
D
mouth organ

Correct Answer: B

28/05/20

Subject: MATHS
Mrs. Roy buys two cauliflowers in the market which the vegetable seller weighs as shown below:

How much did the two cauliflowers (together) weigh?
A
350 g
B
650 g
C
1 kg
D
1 kg 350 g

Correct Answer: B

27/05/20

Subject: SCIENCE
Shown here is a picture of different layers of soil, and their descriptions.

Identify the layer below which a worm CANNOT live.
A
A layer.
B
O layer
C
B layer
D
C layer

Correct Answer: C

26/05/20

Subject: MATHS
The milometer of a car shows the total number of kilometres covered by the car.

What will the milometer above show after the car has covered one more kilometre?
A
03100
B
04000
C
04099
D
30991

Correct Answer: A

25/05/20

Subject: ENGLISH
Abbas and I went to buy a hockey stick. But I did not have any money. He offered to pay for the hockey stick. I agreed and promised to return it soon.
In the sentence given above, when Abbas 'offered' money, he was __________________________.
A
giving an order