GRAMMAR

  1. Compound–Complex Sentences
  2. Ellipsis 
  3. Compound Subject 
  4. Reported Speech
  5. Compound Predicate
  6. Coordinating Adjectives
  7. Sentences, Fragments and Run-ons
  8. Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
  9. Pronoun–Antecedent Agreement
  10. Active and Passive Voice 
  11. Commas: With Introductory Phrases; When Addressing a Person;

in Dates; and in Addresses 

  1. Comma Splices
  2. Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns
  3. Linking Verbs 
  4. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs – Revision 

 Test Paper 1 

VOCABULARY

  1. Difference Between Who and Whom 
  2. Formal and Informal Language 
  3. Compound Subject with I and Me 
  4. Can and Could 
  5. Redundancy 
  6. Prefixes: inter–, trans–, super– 
  7. Suffixes: –ent, –ant, –ous 
  8. Latin and Greek Roots 
  9. Good vs Well 
  10. Using Clues from the Context to Find the Meaning of the Word 
  11. How versus What in Exclamations 
  12. Positive and Negative Connotations 
  13. Suggestions and Requests 

 Test Paper 2 

WRITING

  1. Writing a Notice 
  2. Narrative Poem 
  3. Dialogue Writing 
  4. Writing a Summary 
  5. Survey Findings 

 Test Paper 3 

COMPREHENSION

  1. I Have a Dream 
  2. Ain’t I a Woman? 
  3. We Are the World 
  4. Thang-Ta: The Martial Art Dance of Manipur 

Orange Global Olympiad – English Sample Paper