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English International Olympiad [EIO] Syllabus 2022

The English International Olympiad Exam has most of its syllabus related to all of English concepts that were taught in the school. EIO exam mostly covers concepts from grammar, spelling, sentence formation, and vocabulary.

EIO Exam Pattern

The English exam paper has a total of 3 sections that include the subjective part, HOT’s (High Order Thinking Section), and the logical reasoning section. All of the questions will only be from the current class syllabus and the following chapters listed. Every correct answer is rewarded with 1 mark each, no matter what section you are attempting.

S.No

Section

No of Questions

1

Subjective

22

2

HOTS

3

3

Logical Reasoning

10

EIO Syllabus

Along with the syllabus, ITO also provides sample question papers at the end of the syllabus module. All the chapters and topics discussed are framed based on the student's previous class syllabus schedules. The syllabus for classes 1 to 10 is given below for your reference.

EIO Syllabus

EIO Syllabus for Class 1

EIO Syllabus for Class 6

EIO Syllabus for Class 2

EIO Syllabus for Class 7

EIO Syllabus for Class 3

EIO Syllabus for Class 8

EIO Syllabus for Class 4

EIO Syllabus for Class 9

EIO Syllabus for Class 5

EIO Syllabus for Class 10

EIO Syllabus for Class 1

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 1.

  • Make the word
  • Meanings of word
  • Opposites of word
  • Picture
  • One and many
  • He and she
  • Which one is different?
  • Babies, sounds, and groups
  • Nouns
  • Action words
  • A' or 'An'
  • Preposition
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 2

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 2.

  • Nouns and pronouns
  • Verbs
  • Adverbs
  • Adjectives
  • A, An, and The
  • Preposition
  • Conjunction
  • Make the word
  • Punctuation
  • Meanings of words
  • Opposites of words
  • Which one is different?
  • Tense (past and present)
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 3

The following chapters are included for the students of class 3.

  • Word power (singular-plural, gender, spell, odd one, and homophones)
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Nouns and pronouns
  • Verbs
  • Adverbs and adjectives
  • Prepositions and Conjunctions
  • Tenses- present, past, and future
  • Question formation (why and q-tags)
  • Sentence formation (jumbled words)
  • Comprehension (stories and poetry)
  • Express yourself (spoken and written)
  • Punctuations and contractions
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 4

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 4.

  • Word power (singular-plural, spelling, 1-word subs, the odd one, homophones, and homonyms)
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Nouns and pronouns
  • Verbs and tenses
  • Adverbs and adjectives
  • Prepositions and conjunctions
  • Punctuations and contractions
  • Question formation (why and q-tags)
  • Sentence formation (jumbled words)
  • Composition (rearranging the sentences)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Express yourself (spoken and written)
  • Punctuations and contractions
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 5

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 5.

  • Word power (synonyms, antonyms, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, and homograms)
  • Nouns and pronouns
  • Verbs (trans and in-trans) and adverbs
  • Adjectives (degree of comparison)
  • Prepositions and conjunctions
  • Tenses (regular-irregular verb, past, and participle)
  • Types of a sentence (Ass, Int, Imp, Excl)
  • Punctuations
  • Sentence formation (jumbled words and sentences)
  • Voice and speech
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Forms of expression
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 6

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 6.

  • Word power (synonyms, antonyms, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, and homograms)
  • Nouns and pronouns (determiners)
  • Adverbs
  • Adjectives (degree of comparison)
  • Conjunction and clauses
  • Types of a sentence
  • Sentence formation (jumbled words, jumbled sentences, and punctuations)
  • Tenses (perfect, continuous, and simple)
  • Voice (active and passive)
  • Speech (direct and indirect)
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 7

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 7.

  • Word power (synonyms-antonyms, meanings in one line, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, and anagrams)
  • Degree of comparison
  • Clauses
  • Infinitive, participle, and gerund
  • Modal and auxiliary verbs
  • Voices and speeches (transformation)
  • Tenses
  • Transformation of sentences (assertive, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory, affirmative, and negative)
  • Grammar exercise (facts, opinions, proverbs, articles, preposition, sentence formation-sequencing, punctuation, nouns, pronouns, and determiners)
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Sequencing (stories and events)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 8

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 8.

  • Word power (synonyms-antonyms, meanings in one line, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, homograms, and anagrams)
  • Clauses
  • Infinitive, participle, and gerund
  • Modal and auxiliary verbs
  • Tenses
  • Types of sentence (simple, compound, and complex)
  • Transformation of sentences
  • Figures of speech
  • Grammar exercise (facts, opinions, proverbs, articles, preposition, sentence formation-sequencing, punctuation, nouns, pronouns, and determiners)
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Sequencing (stories and events)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 9

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 9.

  • Word power (synonyms-antonyms, meanings in one line, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, homograms, and anagrams)
  • Clauses
  • Infinitive, participle, and gerund
  • Modal and auxiliary verbs
  • Tenses
  • Transformation of sentences
  • Figures of speech
  • Grammar exercise 1 (facts, opinions, proverbs, articles, and preposition)
  • Grammar exercise 2 (sentence formation-sequencing, punctuation, nouns, pronouns, and determiners)
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Sequencing (stories and events)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning

EIO Syllabus for Class 10

The following chapters are covered for the students of class 10.

  • Word power (synonyms-antonyms, meanings in one line, analogy, 1-word subs, spelling, homophones, homonyms, homograms, and anagrams)
  • Clauses
  • Infinitive, participle, and gerund
  • Modal and auxiliary verbs
  • Tenses
  • Transformation of sentences
  • Figures of speech
  • Grammar exercise 1 (facts, opinions, proverbs, articles, and prepositions)
  • Grammar exercise 2 (sentence formation-sequencing, punctuation, nouns, pronouns, and determiners)
  • Composition (notices and messages)
  • Sequencing (stories and events)
  • Comprehension (prose and poetry)
  • Idioms and proverbs
  • Logical Reasoning
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