CREST International Spell Bee - Summer Class 2 Sample Papers

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Syllabus:

Level 1: For Level 1, about 80% of questions will come from the word list below.
Level 2: If you reach Level 2, then we believe that you are really good with your spellings. Hence, we are not providing any word list for the Level 2 exam. We would love to see you compete with your peers across India and abroad, and give a brilliant performance.

Section 1

Variety of questions based on the following word list. Different format of questions are available here.

Animals: buffalo, cheetah, chimpanzee, giraffe, gorilla, hare, hippopotamus, jaguar, kangaroo, leopard, pony, squirrel

Birds: canary, hornbill, hummingbird, kingfisher, kiwi, magpie, ostrich, robin, vulture, woodpecker

Insects: ant, beetle, butterfly, caterpillar, cockroach, grasshopper, honeybee, housefly, spider, worm

Animals - Homes, Young Ones, Sound: bear-growl, cow-moo, dog-bark, donkey-bray, duck-quack, elephant-trumpet, fox-cub, goat-bleat, horse-neigh, horse-stable, lion-cave, monkey-infant, mouse-squeak, owl-owlet, pig-grunt, sheep-lamb, sheep-shed

Body Parts: calf, claw, elbow, eyebrow, eyelash, foot, forehead, heel, jaw, nostril, ribs, shoulder, stomach, toe, wings

Relationships: classmate, cousin, daughter, family, grandchild, grandfather, grandmother, grandparent, grandson, husband

Food Items: burger, cabbage, cereal, cookie, cupcake, honey, pumpkin, spice, wheat

Trees/Plants/Flowers/Fruits: blueberry, cauliflower, daisy, grapes, jasmine, peach, pear, pineapple, pomegranate, strawberry, sunflower, tulip

Clothing: gloves, jacket, scarf, skirt, stockings, sweater, trousers, uniform

Everyday Items: basket, bench, bicycle, box, breakfast, brick, brush, bucket, building, carpet, carriage, chain, eraser, loaf, packet, picture, plank, prize, quilt, skate, spade, stack, stamp, tram, water

Our Environment: church, circus, clown, court, crew, field, frost, game, garden, ground, lawn, magic, market, morning, park, place, prisoner, river, scrap, sea, shade, shadow, shape, shell, shower, smoke, space, splash, stone, string, thorn, track, window, yard

Adjectives: absolute, accurate, alone, alone, another, awake, awake, aware, awful, bald, bare, blind, blunt, boiled, bored, bright, broad, bulky, careful, caring, central, certain, clean, clever, curious, dark, delighted, difficult, dirty, drowsy, eager, early, elastic, excited, fair, fair, familiar, famous, filthy, firm, flexible, fried, friendly, frigid, gentle, giant, gloomy, greedy, grey, happy, harmless, jolly, keen, kind, large, lazy, mad, maritime, moist, nervous, playful, plump, pretty, queer, quiet, sacred, sad, scared, second, secret, secure, serious, sick, simple, smooth, sour, steady, thick, tough, tropical, weakness, wealthy, wise, worst

Preposition/Adverbs: always, behind, below, everywhere, from, inside, into, outside, quite, soon, then, there, through, until, upstairs, with, yesterday

Verbs: absent, accept, achieve, admire, admit, appear, argue, arouse, arrive, bail, bake, begin, bleach, blow, bounce, burst, carry, chase, chew, chirp, claim, classify, combine, compare, count, crash, decide, discover, dive, dive, double, draw, drive, drive, enter, erase, escape, estimate, exit, finish, float, found, freeze, gather, grasp, grunt, guess, hear, help, hide, hope, invent, invite, join, leap, leave, like, live, make , march, meet, mend, mend, mention, observe, pass, please, poke, predict, prefer, publish, push, record, recover, reflect, repair, require, rip, search, separate, settle, shiver, slid, steer, straighten , support, travel, tremble, wonder, worry

Synonyms: enormous- large, forgive- excuse, crash-smash, gentle-pleasant, giant-large, grow-cultivate, ill-sick, jog-run, listen-hear, little-small, lucky- fortunate, neat-tidy, puzzle-riddle, sack-bag, stout-fat, true-right, wise-clever, wonder-amaze

Antonyms: dull- bright, stiff- flexible, begin-finish, care-ignore, create-destroy, dream-reality, last-first, lazy-lively, noise-quiet, remember- forget, right-wrong, sell-buy, separate-combine, short-long, sour-sweet, start-stop, thick-thin

Double Letter Words: across, between, book, bottle, broom, bubble, cheer, cottage, creek, dinner, floor, fuss, kennel, nineteen, queen, success, village, weed

Nouns: ability, access, accuracy, ache, acquire, addition, address, admission, advance, agent, argument, bachelor, backpack, backyard, bacteria, bakery, balance, bangle, banjo, barrier, baseball, bazaar, bean, bee, beggar, benefit, blade, border, bread, bundle, canteen, capsule, cargo, cartoon, cause, cement, channel, cloud, clown, component, connection, cooperation, crack, crocodile, cushion, cycle, design, detail, diagram, difference, dispute, document, doorbell, doubt, dozen, dress, effect, effort, electricity, elevator, enemy, energy, episode, evening, excitement, exercise, faith, feast, flight, flock, flood, flute, friend, fur, furniture, galaxy, garment, ginger, grain, gravity, grease, groom, hardware, idea, income, insect, instrument, laughter, laundry, leadership, licence, luxury, magician, magnet, manager, marvel, matter, message, midnight, mischief, motor, mountain, notice, number, ocean, opinion, paw, peak, pigeon, planet, proof, puzzle, queue, reality, reflection, revise, rocket, rule, scent, scholar, science, scientist, seesaw, shelter, skill, sleet, soil, spring, sprout, stallion, stamp, stomach, straw, stream, subtraction, surfing, sword, talent, team, telescope, tower, treasure, truth, tunnel, twelve, universe, vegetarian, vehicle, village, warmth, washroom, wizard, wonder, yard

Miscellaneous: acceptable, across, again, airplane, already, among, another, available, backpack, below, birthday, camping, daybreak, eighth, elbow, many, neither, slight, some, upstairs, watchful

Note: The syllabus will also include Word List from Class 1. Upto 20% of the questions may have words outside of the above list. For any improvements or suggestions, do write to us at info@crestolympiads.com.

Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 Q.6 Q.7 Q.8 Q.9 Q.10

Q.1

Insert the correct letter to form a word:

torto_se

Q.2

Find the misspelt word in the sentence:

The king had a buetiful and brave daughter.

Q.3

Complete the word sequence:

root, stem, leaf, ______________

Q.4

Form a meaningful word from the jumbled letters:

gwthie

Q.5

Choose the incorrectly spelt word:

Q.6

Select the correct spelling for the image:



Q.7

Find the extra letter in the word:

jackket

Q.8

Complete the word sequence:

village, city, state, ______________

Q.9

Choose the antonym of the word:

stale

Q.10

Choose the correctly spelt word:

Your Score: 0/10


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Answers to Sample Questions from CREST Olympiads:

Q.1dQ.2dQ.3bQ.4cQ.5dQ.6dQ.7dQ.8cQ.9aQ.10c

Answers to Sample Questions from CREST Olympiads:

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

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