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Department of Education

Region V
Division of Camarines Sur TIERRA NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL

ENGLISH II
First Periodical Examination Name: ___________________________________________ Year & Section: _____________
I. Listening: Direction: Listen to the selection that will be read by the teacher then answer the questions below.

1. What is the topic sentence of the paragraph? a. Japanese children learned respect at an early age. b. Acceptance of child in school. c. Japanese value of respect. d. Respect for authority of Japanese children. 2. What is the authors observation about Japanese children? a. Japanese learned respect during childhood. b. The mother has great role in instilling respect to the child. c. Japanese society is composed of respectful citizens. d. Respect to authority originated at home. 3. Who is the first mentor of a Japanese child at home? a. father b. sister c. mother d. brother 4. What outstanding trait is described among Japanese children? a. respect for authority c. respect for life b. respect for property d. respect for nature 5. The title of the selection should be: a. Japanese Respect For Authority c. Developing Respect of Japanese Children b. Value of Respect d. Mothers Legacy of Respect
II. Speaking; A. Word Stress Direction: Read the ff. sentences; choose the correct syllable of the underlined word. Encircle the letter of your choice. 6. Similar outcome may root out from its origin. a. similar b. similar c. similar d. none of these 7. Make yourself comfortable. a. comfortable b. comfortable c. comfortable d. none of these 8. Our nation is a democratic society. a. nation b. nation c. nation d. none of these 9. Filipinos expect immediate answers. a. Immediate b. immediate c. immediate d. none of these B. Structural Analysis Direction: Choose from the options the appropriate affix to the underlined word in the sentences. Encircle the letter of your choice. 10. His strength of character is really commend-____. a. y b. rec c. able d. ly 11. When any _____-fortune comes our way, we ask Gods help. a. unb. misc. ate d. dis12. The governor has _____-comparable support from her constituents. a. unb. misc. disd. in-

13. The prefix re- used in the words reopen and reapply means __________. a. not b. again c. wrong d. negative III. Grammar 14. Which sentence is correct? a. I play basketball last week. b. I played basketball last week. c. I was playing basketball last week. d. I plays basketball last week. 15. Which underlined verb is not in the past tense? a. He walked. c. He works. b. He went. d. He bought. 16. Which is the correct question transformation of the sentence? She is applying for a job abroad. a. Is she applying for a job abroad? c. Is a job abroad she is applying? b. Does she applied for a job abroad? d. Was she applying for a job?

Direction: Fill in the blank with correct present form of verb. 17. Ding _________ his exercise everyday. a. do b. does c. did 18. They _________ to have better circulation. a. like b. likes c. liked 19. They both ________ Mathematics for their inclination. a. has b. have c. had 20. He always ____________ his father to assist him. a. ask b. asked d. asks 21. Who is the doer of the action in the following sentence? The security guard arrested the notorious theft. a. notorious theft b. arrested c. security guard d. thief 22. What is the object of preposition in the ff. sentence/ The ball was caught by the street vendor. a. ball b. street vendor c. caught d. street

d. done d. liking d. having d. asking

IV. Literature/Reading: 23. Study the notice: Beware of Dogs What is the purpose of the notice? a. to frighten b. to persuade c. to warn d. to advertise 24. What is the mothers attitude towards her son in the story Theres a Teenager in the House? a. Indifferent b. angry c. dislike d. understanding Directions: Infer the character traits describe by Goha 25. Goha took his son to work in the cotton field. a. industry b. charity 26. He went home that day without knowing what to do. a. charity b. anxiousness 27. Goha is a good man who wants to please ________. a. his son b. his wife c. anxiousness c. generosity c. everyone d. humility d. humility d. neighbors

28. The courageous prince in the epic of Darangans of Maranaws. a. Miscoyaw b. Bantugan c. Magaw d. Magutu 29. The princess who live at the Land between Two Seas who became Bantugans wife. a. Minoyod b. Datimbang c. Maginar d. Manginawan 30. Which of the following statements are facts? a. Fiesta is a time to identify ourselves as Filipinos. b. Houses and streets are filled with beaming colors in Santacruzan. c. The word Maia is the Roman goddess of spring. d. Fiesta is a thanksgiving festival among the ethnic groups. 31. What does the sound of the song mean in My Dear Friends? a. sentiment b. hurt feelings c. sadness d. mourning 32. Why is the speaker weeping outside the city walls? a. war b. earthquake c. flash floods d. typhoon 33. My Dear Friends is a poem themed about _________________. a. pity and compassion c. perseverance b. honesty and integrity d. love and devotion 34. A story written in verse which narrates about heroic deeds is called ___________. a. Ballad b. epic c. legend d. myth Examine the announcement: To all ticket holder of TNHS Raffle Promo, you are entitled for one free gift pack. Just present your ticket to the TNHS PTA Treasurer, only the first 100 ticket holder can avail the promo. First come first serve only. 35. What is the announcement about? a. TNHS Raffle Draw c. TNHS Ticket Holder b. TNHS Raffle Promo d. TNHS Gift Pack 36. For whom was the announcement addressed? a. TNHS Students c. TNHS PTA Treasurer b. TNHS Parents and Teachers d. TNHS Raffle Promo Holder 37. To whom should the ticket holders present their tickets? a. TNHS Students c. TNHS PTA Treasurer b. TNHS Teachers d. TNHS Parents and Teachers 38. It is a guide which helps organize ideas in logical order. a. Brochure b. outline c. summary d. report 39. It is a pamphlet written to persuade readers to visit a place. a. Brochure b. report c. outline d. summary 40. What makes Thailand succeed in tourism? a. Easy to access to tourism sites. b. Plenty of scenic views. c. Plenty of tourist guides. d. It is easy to travel in Thailand. 41. The National language of Thailand is ______________. a. Khmer b. Thai c. Isan d. Sikhs 42. The poem Those Lovely Things describes the ____________________. a. Natural beauty of our country b. Man-made scenic places c. Scenarios from overseas d. Futuristic beauty of the place. 43. It is a poetic device when two or more words that end with the same sounds are used. a. Rhythm b. rhyme c. allusion d. meter

V. Writing:
Directions: Study the topic outline below and answer the questions that follow. Africa, The Land of Hope I. Natural Resources in Africa A. Great Areas of Valuable Resources B. Capability to Feed Africa C. Planning to use Takes Time D. A Hunger Problem 44. What is the title of the outline? a. Natural Resources in Africa b. A Hunger Problem c. Africa, The Land of Hope 45. What is the symbol used for the main idea? a. Capital letters c. small letters b. Roman numerals d. Arabic numbers 46. What is the symbol used for the supporting details? a. Roman numerals c. Capital letters b. Arabic numbers d. small letters Directions: Re-arrange the ff. sentences o form a logical news report. Manny Pacquaio was named the Best Boxer in the World. Pacquaio has superior hand speed and punches. Manny was welcomed at the airport by his fans. He beated Marco Antonio Barrera in a grudge match. The first sentence in the news is __________. a. 1 b. 3 c. 4 d. 2 The second to the last sentence is _________. a. 3 b. 2 c. 4 d. 1 The last sentence from the news is __________. a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 1 The second sentence from the news is. ________. a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4

1) 2) 3) 4)

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GOOD LUCK!

Prepared by: Mrs. Malyn N. Quiobe English II Instructor

Examiners Copy Listening Text


English II

One outstanding trait that Japanese children have acquired is the respect for authority. The childs early acceptance of the mothers word as law in the house blends smoothly into the latter acceptance of authority in school. As a result, a lifelong tendency for the child to accept the values of Japanese society as a whole is instilled.