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TUTORING | ATENEO DE MANILA HIGH SCHOOL

NAT REVIEW 2014


QUESTIONNAIRE ENGLISH

NAME

DATE

SCHOOL

SECTION


PART 1. SYNONYMS

DIRECTIONS You are given four options for each number (a, b, c, d). Choose the word that is most
similar in meaning to the underlined word in the given phrase. Then encircle the letter of
your answer.

Example: a diligent tutor
a) hard-working
b) intelligent
c) successful
d) fast


In the example given above, option (a) is the correct answer.



1. an amazing discovery

a) incredible

b) important

c) fun

d) unique

b) serious

c) essential

d) unimportant

b) toxic

c) dangerous

d) empty

b) possible

c) harsh

d) disheartening

b) different

c) strengthened

d) decreased

b) unexplainable

c) unexpected

d) unnecessary

b) fat

c) plump

d) sickly

b) appetizing

c) favorite

d) unsavory

b) careless

c) observant

d) negligent

b) loud

c) helpful

d) critical


2. a crucial role

a) additional

3. barren wasteland

a) clean

4. an inevitable outcome

a) unavoidable

5. a diminished ability

a) increased

6. an inexplicable occurrence

a) unimportant

7. a lanky stature

a) thin

8. luscious dessert

a) filling

9. a vigilant citizen

a) impulsive

10. a derogatory comment

a) positive

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11. to abhor violence

a) tolerate

b) hate

c) avoid

d) prevent

b) violent

c) gentle

d) happy

b) amazing

c) fictional

d) scary

b) long-lasting

c) weak

d) expensive

b) lazy

c) strict

d) intelligent

b) skilled

c) strong

d) courageous

b) violent

c) dangerous

d) difficult

b) helpful

c) wise

d) creative

b) hardships

c) enemies

d) diseases

b) fun

c) flexible

d) physical

b) inventive

c) productive

d) simple

b) strange

c) common

d) cheap

b) rich

c) quick

d) clever

b) wrinkled

c) sparkling

d) spotless

b) lively

c) soft

d) unoriginal


12. a docile leader

a) demanding

13. a fabricated story

a) true

14. a durable material

a) cold

15. an impartial judge

a) fair

16. a valiant soldier

a) scared

17. a hazardous climb

a) safe

18. a resourceful student

a) boring

19. to overcome adversity

a) tasks

20. strenuous activities

a) exhausting

21. an ingenious idea

a) stupid

22. a generic speech

a) loud

23. a shrewd businessman

a) wicked

24. a pristine white shirt

a) soiled

25. melancholic music

a) sad

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PART 2. CORRECT USAGE



DIRECTIONS You are given four options for each number (a, b, c, d). Choose the word that correctly
completes the following sentences. Then encircle the letter of your answer.

Example: Mathematics _____ taught by Miss Dela Cruz
a) were being
b) is being
c) was been
d) were


In the example given above, option (b) is the correct answer.

1. Aunt Lucy _____ her bag from the store for three hundred pesos.
a) brought
b) bought
c) buy
d) buyed

2. The teacher, along with her students, _____ to the library every week.
a) goes
b) go
c) going
d) gone

3. The restaurant _____ better food before the new chef was hired.
a) offers
b) had offered
c) has been offering
d) will offer

4. I appreciated his _____ to prepare ahead of time.
a) advice
b) advise
c) advices
d) advises

5. The recklessness of some drivers ______ numerous accidents in these past few weeks.
a) have caused
b) has been causing
c) was caused
d) cause

6. Have you _____ the closet for your shirt?
a) searching
b) searches
c) search
d) searched

7. I will be _____ to the park to have a picnic with my friends.
a) go
b) goes
c) gone
d) going

8. Every Sunday, my family and I _____ mass.
a) hear
b) hears
c) heard
d) will hear

9. Maria _____ her baby brother in his crib.
a) lied
b) lain
c) laid
d) lay

10. The football team Azkals _____ to inspire many Filipinos today.
a) continues
b) continue
c) continued
d) have continued

11. Johnny _____ soccer to his friends every weekend.
a) teach
b) teaches
c) has taught
d) was teaching

12. The whole class _____ noisy yesterday.
a) is
b) are
c) was
d) were

13. Peter, along with his classmates, ________ proper etiquette in the past three sessions.
a) learn
b) learns
c) have learned
d) has been learning


14. Please put these plates _____ top of the table.
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a) over

b) above

c) on

d) in


15. Having prepared ahead of time, the students were _____ to answer the examination.

a) already

b) almost

c) around

d) all ready

c) citizen

d) resident

c) Fill

d) Pill

c) rite

d) writ

c) adapt

d) adapted


16. He is a _____ of Marikina City.

a) people

b) native


17. ______ off the old paint before applying the new one.

a) Peel

b) Feel


18. Every child has the _____ to a good education.

a) write

b) right


19. The film was _____ from a novel.

a) adopt

b) adopted


20. Please _____ this form completely before submitting it.

a) fill in

b) fill out

c) fill up

d) fill down


21. Many teenagers have decided to volunteer for clean-up efforts in _____ barangay.

a) their

b) they're

c) there

d) dare


22. Government leaders should make sure that all the needs and concerns of Filipinos are ______ every day.

a) taking care of

b) take care of

c) taken care of

d) taken cared of

c) yours self

d) your-self

c) beautifully

d) beauteous

c) despite of

d) despite that


23. You have to face life's challenges _____.

a) your self

b) yourself


24. The Grade 6 students all dance very _____.

a) beauty

b) beautiful


25. The family event was fun _______ the rain.

a) in spite of

b) in spite that

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PART 3. IDENTIFYING ERRORS



DIRECTIONS Identify the underlined word or phrase (labeled a, b, c) that contains an error based on the
standard rules of formal English writing. Then encircle the letter corresponding to your
answer. If there is no error, shade the circle (d).

Example: Everyone seem very excited about taking the test. No error.

a
b c d


Answer: (b) ("Everyone" is a singular subject which requires a verb in the s-form.)



1. The Grade 6 students reviews for the NAT every Friday. No error.

a
b
c
d

2. Either Ryan or Albert knows the correct solution to the Math problem. No error.

a
b
c
d

3. Several is joining the field trip to the historic museum. No error.

a
b
c
d

4. Elbert have cleaned his room twice this week. No error.

a
b
c
d

5. After Shiela finished doing her homework, one immediately went to bed. No error.

a
b
c
d

6. If I were you, I would just stay indoors because its raining cats and dogs outside. No error.
a
b
c d

7. Patrick seem to have played basketball earlier. No error.

a
b
c d

8. Either of them want to join the tournament tomorrow. No error.

a b
c
d

9. Both Josh and Luis want to go to the movies. No error.

a b
c
d

10. Neither Mark nor his friends knows about today's lesson. No error.

a
b
c
d

11. Everyone will do his best to prepare well for the NAT. No error.

a
b
c
d

12. There food for the field trip was stolen by unknown men. No error.
a
b
c
d

13. Mike's proposal is approved earlier this morning. No error.

a
b
c
d
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14. Both Ana and Josh went to the party tomorrow. No error.

a b

15. Each of the teacher talked to the students' parents at the conference. No error.

c d

16. Each group member should include their own composition. No error.

17. The audience couldn't help but admiring the contestants of the pageant. No error.

18. Neither the teacher nor the students have the right to hurt the offender. No error.

19. By the end of the term, the teachers had checked all the students papers. No error.

20. Anna is the more intelligent in her class. No error.


21. Either him or I should tell the teacher about the incident. No error.


22. Us students have to study well for the coming National Achievement Test. No error.


23. Our teacher said, "Time is gold. Don't waste your time doing unnecessary things." No error.

24. Last Saturday, we could of gone with our cousins on a picnic. No error.

25. On these test results depends our school's future. No error.

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