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We have preparation material for class 3. The English material is made in such a way that it caters to the demand of both Olympiad books for class 3 and normal school curriculum books of English for class 3. If you are looking for English Olympiad book PDF, then you can check our English notes to get a better understanding of each and every Olympiad topic of class 3. Each English topic consists of their definitions, along with their sub-topics. There are solved examples of each sub-topic. We also have practice questions for English Olympiad after solved examples of English topics. The English notes for class 3 end with a recap section, so that you can have a quick revision for the English Olympiad topic that you just studied. These free English Olympiad preparation material will help you to get a clear understanding of all the topics of a particular class for English Olympiad.  The providers of English Olympiad books for class 3 may not have updated syllabus and topics. Whereas, we have updated syllabus and topics for English, along with the practice questions of English Olympiad, which you may not find in offline English Olympiad books for class 3.


    Examples:  They live in a beautiful house.  Lisa is wearing a sleeveless shirt today.  Linda’s hair is gorgeous. Adjectives are further divided into 5 types Descriptive Adjectives Descriptive…

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Articles and Preposition

    Examples:  Please give the dog a cookie.  I need to work for an hour before we go to dinner.  Did you like the music they played at the dance?…

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Conjunctions and Punctuations

    Examples: I tried to hit the nail but hit my thumb instead.  I have two goldfish and a cat.  My dad always works hard so we can afford the…

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Gender and Relations

    Let’s see an example of relations through this chart: Examples:  He is a man of honor.  He is mourned by his wife Marie, children, grandchildren and relations.  Parents,…

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Nouns and Pronouns

    Proper Noun A name used for an individual person, place, or thing, spelled with an initial capital letter Examples: Jacob, Jane, London, Table, etc. Common Noun A noun…

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Proverbs and Phrase Pairs

    Examples:  Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.  All that glitters is not gold.  A tree is known by it’s fruit.…

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Questions and Question Tags

Examples: Why are you standing there? (Question) Why haven’t you done your homework? (Question) You are a student, aren’t you? (Negative Question tag) She is not a teacher, is she?…

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Simple Tenses

  Examples: I always read before I go to bed. They seldom ask for help. He rarely goes out without his backpack.       Examples: a) I was watching…

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Singular Plural and One Word Substitution

  Examples: a) Apple- Apples b) House- Houses c) River- Rivers d) He- They Examples: a) Audience- A number of people listening to a lecture. b) Astronomer- A person who…

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Spoken and Written Expression

Spoken and Written Expressions: The process of acquiring a broad understanding of, and look for specific information in short texts like messages, invitations, etc.         Recap Spoken…

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Word Power & Jumbled Words and Sentence Creation

Examples: a) I want to go. b) Do you want to eat? c) I don't need your help today. Examples: a) PEASEC- ESCAPE b) HEDA- HEAD c) CSREMA- SCREAM  …

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The biggest advantage of these Free English Olympiad Preparation PDF is that they are up-to-date with the latest topics of different English Olympiad across the world. You can also check Free Sample Papers for Level 1 English Olympiad and Free Sample Papers for Level 2 Olympiad.



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