Holiday Online Assessment Test Primary 4-6 – English Language (1st Round)

Welcome to your Holiday Online Assessment Test Primary 4 - 6 - English Language (1st Round)

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E


PASSAGE 1
At first, the dog considered the challenge mean and refused to accept it. But realizing how persistent the tortoise was in his demand, he accepted.


There and then, the animals appointed a day at the race course for the demonstration. In the night before the appointed day, the tortoise took a large piece of fresh bone and hid it in the bush not fr from the race course. That same night, the dog invited his friends to celebrate his impending victory.


When the race started the following day, other animals who attended, laughed at the tortoise, who was about one yard away from the starting point when the dog bad already disappeared from their sight. In a short time, the dog reached the place where the piece of bone was hidden and was attracted immediately by its smell. Looking back and not seeing the tortoise, he jumped into the bush in search of the bone. It took him some time to find it and longer time to chew it, At last, when he set off to complete the race, he found that the bone had cost him the bet, and that the tortoise, of all animals, had won the race.


The dog became miserable among his fellow animals. Soon he decided to leave the bush for good. From that day, the dog came to the town to live with men.


According to the passage, the dog accepted the challenge because

A. he knew hens faster than fir tortoise.
B. he wanted his friends to celebrate victory.
C. he was sure of winning the race.
D. the tortoise gave him a fresh bone
E. the tortoise insisted on it.

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E


PASSAGE 1
At first, the dog considered the challenge mean and refused to accept it. But realizing how persistent the tortoise was in his demand, he accepted.


There and then, the animals appointed a day at the race course for the demonstration. In the night before the appointed day, the tortoise took a large piece of fresh bone and hid it in the bush not fr from the race course. That same night, the dog invited his friends to celebrate his impending victory.


When the race started the following day, other animals who attended, laughed at the tortoise, who was about one yard away from the starting point when the dog bad already disappeared from their sight. In a short time, the dog reached the place where the piece of bone was hidden and was attracted immediately by its smell. Looking back and not seeing the tortoise, he jumped into the bush in search of the bone. It took him some time to find it and longer time to chew it, At last, when he set off to complete the race, he found that the bone had cost him the bet, and that the tortoise, of all animals, had won the race.


The dog became miserable among his fellow animals. Soon he decided to leave the bush for good. From that day, the dog came to the town to live with men.


When did the tortoise hide the bone?


A. A day before the race
B. The night after the race
C. Few hours before the race
D. On the appointed day
E. Two days before the race

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E


PASSAGE 1
At first, the dog considered the challenge mean and refused to accept it. But realizing how persistent the tortoise was in his demand, he accepted.


There and then, the animals appointed a day at the race course for the demonstration. In the night before the appointed day, the tortoise took a large piece of fresh bone and hid it in the bush not fr from the race course. That same night, the dog invited his friends to celebrate his impending victory.


When the race started the following day, other animals who attended, laughed at the tortoise, who was about one yard away from the starting point when the dog bad already disappeared from their sight. In a short time, the dog reached the place where the piece of bone was hidden and was attracted immediately by its smell. Looking back and not seeing the tortoise, he jumped into the bush in search of the bone. It took him some time to find it and longer time to chew it, At last, when he set off to complete the race, he found that the bone had cost him the bet, and that the tortoise, of all animals, had won the race.


The dog became miserable among his fellow animals. Soon he decided to leave the bush for good. From that day, the dog came to the town to live with men.


The other animals laughed at the tortoise because


A. he carried a heavy fresh bone.
B. he could not reach the final point.
C. he ran faster than the dog.
D. he was far behind the dog when the race started.
E. the dog had won the race.

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E


PASSAGE 1
At first, the dog considered the challenge mean and refused to accept it. But realizing how persistent the tortoise was in his demand, he accepted.


There and then, the animals appointed a day at the race course for the demonstration. In the night before the appointed day, the tortoise took a large piece of fresh bone and hid it in the bush not fr from the race course. That same night, the dog invited his friends to celebrate his impending victory.


When the race started the following day, other animals who attended, laughed at the tortoise, who was about one yard away from the starting point when the dog bad already disappeared from their sight. In a short time, the dog reached the place where the piece of bone was hidden and was attracted immediately by its smell. Looking back and not seeing the tortoise, he jumped into the bush in search of the bone. It took him some time to find it and longer time to chew it, At last, when he set off to complete the race, he found that the bone had cost him the bet, and that the tortoise, of all animals, had won the race.


The dog became miserable among his fellow animals. Soon he decided to leave the bush for good. From that day, the dog came to the town to live with men.


Why did the dog leave the bush forever?


A. He loved the town.
B. He wanted to live with men.
C. He was banished by the other animals.
D. He was put to shame before his fellow animals,
E. The bone had cost him the bet.

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E


PASSAGE 1
At first, the dog considered the challenge mean and refused to accept it. But realizing how persistent the tortoise was in his demand, he accepted.


There and then, the animals appointed a day at the race course for the demonstration. In the night before the appointed day, the tortoise took a large piece of fresh bone and hid it in the bush not fr from the race course. That same night, the dog invited his friends to celebrate his impending victory.


When the race started the following day, other animals who attended, laughed at the tortoise, who was about one yard away from the starting point when the dog bad already disappeared from their sight. In a short time, the dog reached the place where the piece of bone was hidden and was attracted immediately by its smell. Looking back and not seeing the tortoise, he jumped into the bush in search of the bone. It took him some time to find it and longer time to chew it, At last, when he set off to complete the race, he found that the bone had cost him the bet, and that the tortoise, of all animals, had won the race.


The dog became miserable among his fellow animals. Soon he decided to leave the bush for good. From that day, the dog came to the town to live with men.


The most suitable title for this passage is


A. A Contest between the Tortoise and the Dog.
B. An Invitation of the Dog.
C. The Danger of a Large Piece of Bone.
D. The Great Challenge.
E. The Victory of the Dog in the Race.

Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E

A seed contains a baby plant with its own supply of food, all wrapped in a tough outer coat. Some seeds come from cones of trees such as pines and firs. But most seeds arc made inside flowers and protected by a soft, fleshy fruit.

Some seeds are as tiny as specks of dust. You need a magnifying glass to see them properly. Others are much larger. The peas you eat are seeds. If you open them up you can see the baby plants inside.


The pips in oranges and tomatoes are also seeds, so are peanuts and plum stones.


Seeds are scattered from plants during the harmattan season. The tough coals protect the baby plants right through the dry season. Then the warmth of rainy season stirs the seeds to life, and the tiny plants inside start to grow.


Which of the following words can replace ‘wrapped’ as used in the passage?


A. covered
B. exposed
C. locked
D. scattered
E. tied
Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E

A seed contains a baby plant with its own supply of food, all wrapped in a tough outer coat. Some seeds come from cones of trees such as pines and firs. But most seeds arc made inside flowers and protected by a soft, fleshy fruit.

Some seeds are as tiny as specks of dust. You need a magnifying glass to see them properly. Others are much larger. The peas you eat are seeds. If you open them up you can see the baby plants inside.


The pips in oranges and tomatoes are also seeds, so are peanuts and plum stones.


Seeds are scattered from plants during the harmattan season. The tough coals protect the baby plants right through the dry season. Then the warmth of rainy season stirs the seeds to life, and the tiny plants inside start to grow.


The expression ‘as tiny as specks of dust’ is an example of


A. idiom.
B. irony.
C. metaphor.
D. proverb.
E. simile.
Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E

A seed contains a baby plant with its own supply of food, all wrapped in a tough outer coat. Some seeds come from cones of trees such as pines and firs. But most seeds arc made inside flowers and protected by a soft, fleshy fruit.

Some seeds are as tiny as specks of dust. You need a magnifying glass to see them properly. Others are much larger. The peas you eat are seeds. If you open them up you can see the baby plants inside.


The pips in oranges and tomatoes are also seeds, so are peanuts and plum stones.


Seeds are scattered from plants during the harmattan season. The tough coals protect the baby plants right through the dry season. Then the warmth of rainy season stirs the seeds to life, and the tiny plants inside start to grow.


Which of the following statement is not true according to the passage?


A. All seeds arc as tiny as specks of dust.
B. All seeds are protected by a strong coat.
C. Most seeds are produced from flowers.
D. Some seeds are edible.
E. You need magnifying glasses to see some seeds.
Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E

A seed contains a baby plant with its own supply of food, all wrapped in a tough outer coat. Some seeds come from cones of trees such as pines and firs. But most seeds arc made inside flowers and protected by a soft, fleshy fruit.

Some seeds are as tiny as specks of dust. You need a magnifying glass to see them properly. Others are much larger. The peas you eat are seeds. If you open them up you can see the baby plants inside.


The pips in oranges and tomatoes are also seeds, so are peanuts and plum stones.


Seeds are scattered from plants during the harmattan season. The tough coals protect the baby plants right through the dry season. Then the warmth of rainy season stirs the seeds to life, and the tiny plants inside start to grow.


According to the writer, what protect seeds during the dry season?


A. Coats
B. Flowers
C. Fruits
D. Pines
E. Plants
Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the most appropriate of the options lettered A - E

A seed contains a baby plant with its own supply of food, all wrapped in a tough outer coat. Some seeds come from cones of trees such as pines and firs. But most seeds arc made inside flowers and protected by a soft, fleshy fruit.

Some seeds are as tiny as specks of dust. You need a magnifying glass to see them properly. Others are much larger. The peas you eat are seeds. If you open them up you can see the baby plants inside.


The pips in oranges and tomatoes are also seeds, so are peanuts and plum stones.


Seeds are scattered from plants during the harmattan season. The tough coals protect the baby plants right through the dry season. Then the warmth of rainy season stirs the seeds to life, and the tiny plants inside start to grow.


According to the passage, when do seeds germinate?


A. Dry season
B. Harmattan period
C. Hot season
D. Rainy season
B. Warm period

Choose from the options lettered A —E, the one that is nearest in meaning to the word in italics


Olu visits us often.

A. frequently
B. irregularly
C. occasionally
D. randomly
E. rarely
Choose from the options lettered A —E, the one that is nearest in meaning to the word in italics


He assisted me in lifting the heavy load.


A. encouraged
B. guided
C. helped
D. joined
E. led
Choose from the options lettered A —E, the one that is nearest in meaning to the word in italics


The teachers monitored the students’ academic performance.


A. commended
B. determined
C. recorded
D. supervised
E. supported
Choose from the options lettered A —E, the one that is nearest in meaning to the word in italics


The room was untidy.


A. clean
B. colourful
C. dirty
D. smelling
E. sparking
Choose from the options lettered A —E, the one that is nearest in meaning to the word in italics


The baby was abandoned by its mother.


A. dumped
B. embraced
C. helped
D. rejected
E. rescued
Choose from the options lettered A – E, the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word/expression in italics


John is a habitual late corner.


A. a normal
B. a perpetual
C. a regular
D. an occasional
E. an unrepentant
Choose from the options lettered A – E, the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word/expression in italics


The teacher told the pupils that the assignment was compulsory.


A. important
B. mandatory
C. necessary
D. obligatory
E. optional
Choose from the options lettered A – E, the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word/expression in italics


She rejected the gift from her father.


A. accepted
B. discarded
C. dumped
D. examined
E. refused
Choose from the options lettered A – E, the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word/expression in italics


The family has moved out of Yola.


A. evacuated to
B. left for
C. moved to
D. remained in
E. transferred to
Choose from the options lettered A – E, the one that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word/expression in italics


Amina is quite inquisitive.


A. anxious
B. curious
C. indifferent
D. insolent
E. intelligent
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


My mother ____ fish from the market every Tuesday.


A. bought
B. buy
C. buys
D. has bought
E. will buy
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


Chike ____ away the rubbish in the refuse bin.


A. had threw
B. has throw
C. has throwing
D. has thrown
E. have thrown
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


She _____ handball when she was young.


A. has played
B. is playing
C. play
D. played
E. plays
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


He loves traveling, ____ he?


A. does
B. doesn’t
C. don’t
D. isn’t
E. wasn’t
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The prefix, ______ can be added to “possible” to form a new word.


A. il-
B. im-
C. in-
D. re-
E. un-
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The test is difficult, ______ it?


A. does
B. is
C. isn’t
D. was
E. wasn’t
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


He has houses in Lagos _____ Abuja.


A. also
B. and
C. nor
D. or
E. with
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The child danced to the ____ of the music


A. rhythm
B. rhythym
C. rideem
D. riethym
E. rythm
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


Binta has a ____ wristwatch.


A. small gold fine
B. small fine gold
C. gold fine small
D. fine small gold
E. gold small fine
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


He rode the bicycle ____ two hours.


A. at
B. between
C. by
D. for
E. on
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The thieves came in _____ the bathroom window.


A. by
B, on
C. through
D. under
E. with
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


Bola hid the book _____the classroom.


A. above
B. behind
C. below
D. between
E. upon
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


One of the boys ____ sick.


A. are
B. has being
C. have been
D. is
E. were
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


Active voice: The dog chased the thief.
Passive voice: The thief _____ chased by the dog.


A. had been
B. has been
C. have been
D. is being
E. was
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


Daniel is the ______ of the pupils in our class.


A. more smarter
B. most smartest
C. smart
D. smarter
E. smartest
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The four boys shared the banana among ______


A. himself.
B. ourselves.
C. theirselves.
D. themself.
E. themselves.
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


If one studies hard, ______ will surely pass.


A. it
B. one
C. site
D. we
E. you
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E

Active voice: Bala grows tomatoes.
Passive voice: Tomatoes ____ grown by Bala.
A. are
B. had
C. is
D. is being
E. was
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


The common _____ of malaria is fever.


A. sympthon
B. smptom
C. symptom
D synptom
E. synpton
Complete each of the following statements with the most appropriate of the options lettered A — E


I can’t see _____ mango in the fridge.


A. a few
B. any
C. more
D. much
E. some

Score board for Holiday Online Assessment Test Primary 4-6 - English Language (1st Round)

  1. Olowolagba Eniayo scores (7) out of 20

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