SOF - IEO Level 2 Sample Papers for Class 9

Class 9 sample paper & practice questions for the level 2 of International English Olympiad (IEO) are given below. Syllabus for level 2 is also mentioned for these exams. You can refer these sample paper & quiz for preparing for the exam.

Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 Q.6 Q.7 Q.8 Q.9 Q.10

Q.1

What does fear of open spaces or crowd is called?

a)

Agoraphobia

b)

Agliophobia

c)

Agnostic

d)

Aggressor

Q.2

Find which of the following has been correctly punctuated:

a) "these dates seem to be made of gold. Do you eat golden dates here?" said Alexander.
the Chief said, "No, we don't. We eat natural dates. We've plenty of them here."
alexander asked, " then why have you given me these golden dates to eat"
"i thought a mighty conqueror like you would not be satisfied with anything less than dates of gold," said the Chief.
Alexander (feeling ashamed) said, "I don't want any gold from you. Please let me eat whatever you're eating."
b) "these dates seem to be made of gold. Do you eat golden dates here?" said Alexander.
the Chief said, "No, we don't. We eat natural dates. We've plenty of them here."
Alexander asked, " Then why have you given me these golden dates to eat?"
"i thought a mighty conqueror like you would not be satisfied with anything less than dates of gold," said the Chief.
Alexander (feeling ashamed) said, "I don't want any gold from you. Please let me eat whatever you're eating."
c) "These dates seem to be made of gold. Do you eat golden dates here?" said Alexander.
The Chief said, "No, we don't. We eat natural dates. We've plenty of them here."
Alexander asked, " Then why have you given me these golden dates to eat?"
"I thought a mighty conqueror like you would not be satisfied with anything less than dates of gold," said the Chief.
Alexander (feeling ashamed) said, "I don't want any gold from you. Please let me eat whatever you're eating."
d) "These dates seem to be made of gold. Do you eat golden dates here?" said Alexander.
The Chief said, "No, we don't. We eat natural dates. We've plenty of them here."
Alexander asked, Then why have you given me these golden dates to eat
i thought a mighty conqueror like you would not be satisfied with anything less than dates of gold said the Chief.
alexander (feeling ashamed) said, "i don't want any gold from you. please let me eat whatever you're eating."

Q.3

What does a story in which ideas are symbolized as people called?

a) Alliteration
b) Allegory
c) Fiction
d) Fable

Q.4

Fill in the blank with conditional clause:
______________ her address, I'll send her an invitation for my wedding.

a) If I found
b) If I find
c) If I had found her
d) None of these

Q.5

Rearrange the following sentences and form a meaningful one:
P- the boy and shook him until I couldn't shake him any more.
Q- you take his saddle off. A rock, the size of an egg, had caught Bill just behind his left ear. He ran around like a mad
R- dishes. I dragged him out and poured cold water on his head for half an hour. I went out and caught
S- man all over the place and fell in the fire across the frying pan of hot water for washing the
T- I jumped, heard a heavy sound and a kind of sigh from Bill, like the one a horse gives out when

a) TQSPR
b) TQRPS
c) TQSRP
d) QTRPS

Q.6

Read the following sentence and find the word which best describes the person or character traits:
Mathew was someone who, no matter how perfect the day, would always find something to complain about.
Mathew is very _________.

a) nonchalant
b) vitriolic
c) officious
d) querulous

Q.7

Fill in the blank with modal:
The principal ______ be happy about the performance of students of class 8th and 10th in the final examinations.

a) should
b) shall
c) would
d) will

Q.8

Fill in the blank with pronoun:
Aladdin was tempted. ____ went with the elderly gentleman. He was really a magician. He took _____ outside the city. ______ came to a big hole. At its mouth there was a flat stone with an iron ring in the centre.

a) He; us; They
b) They; you; They
c) He; him; I
d) He; him; They

Q.9

Fill in the blank with verb:
The judge cautioned the prosecutor against attempts to _________ the defendants in Jeremy Gilbert case without evidence.

a) vindicate
b) vilify
c) virulent
d) vitriolic

Q.10

Fill in the blank with noun:
The ___________ of David's speech left his listeners confused about where he really stood on the issue.

a) tenuous
b) termagant
c) tergiversation
d) tensile

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Answers to Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:
Q.1 )aQ.2 )cQ.3 )bQ.4 )bQ.5 )cQ.6 )dQ.7 )dQ.8 )dQ.9 )bQ.10 )c

Answers to Sample Questions from Olympiad Success:

Q.1 : a | Q.2 : c | Q.3 : b | Q.4 : b | Q.5 : c | Q.6 : d | Q.7 : d | Q.8 : d | Q.9 : b | Q.10 : c

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