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I. Vocabulary 9. escorted i.

examined carefully
I. Nouns 10. wafted j. spread out
1.kale a. parts of a plant 11. etched k. imprinted
2. smelting b. abundance 12. splayed i. drifted
3. resonance c. protective
covering of leaves III. Adjective
4. deference d. insult 1. adept a. unaware
5. epitome e. abrupt or distinct sound 2. frugal b. lively
6. staccato f. perfect example 3. impassive c. sharp
7. indignity g. respect 4. dilapidated d. knobby
8. mulch h. vibration 5. interminable e. endless
9. profusion i. fishing for small 6. frumpy f. skillful
sivery fish 7. disheveled g. thrifty
10. tendrils j. type of cabbage 8. gnarled h. unemotional
9. pungent i. fallen into partial
II. Verbs ruin
1. moldered a. held back 10. vivacious j. mussed
2. savor b. saturated 11. oblivious -
3. wafted c. drifted
4. suffused d. to enjoy IV. Adverb
5. suppressed e. decayed 1. adeptly a. skillfully
6. receded f. moved away 2. regimentally b. strictly
7. serrated g. edged with 3. imperiously c. domineeringly or
notches arrogantly
8. scrutinized h. guided 4. irrevocably d. unable to be changed
5. incredulously e. unbelievably

II. Choose the correct answer. Write the letter on the space provided.
1. It is the long narrative poetry. a. essay b. anecdote c. biography d.
a. short story b. epic c. novel d. autobiography
poem 9. It derived from the Latin word Litera
2. It has a single plot which can be read in a. biography b. testimony c. short story d.
one sitting. literature
a. short story b. epic c. novel d. 10. It represents human life and
poem experiences
3. It is intended to be played in the stage. a. biography b. testimony c. short story d.
a. novel b. short story c. drama d. epic literature
4. It is a story with animal character that 11. It is written in verse
gives moral lesson. a. testimony b. literature c. poem d.
a. fable b. anecdote c. parable d. essay biography
5. It is a brief account (story) with heavenly 12. It is a long story written in prose.
implication a. epic b. novel c. literature d. biography
a. fable b. anecdote c. parable d. essay 13. It is written about the life of a known
6. It is written about the of the author person.
himself. a. epic b. novel c. literature d. biography
a. essay b. anecdote c. biography d. 14. It is the product of imagination of the
autobiography writer.
7. It means an attempt a. genre b. fiction c. children d. diary
a. fable b. anecdote c. parable d. essay 15. It is the technical term for kind or type
8. I derived from the French word essais of literature
a. genre b. fiction c. children d. diary

III. Identify what figure of speech

_______________1. You are my fire


_______________2. Its a tragedy when morning cries.
_______________3. I wandered lonely as a cloud.
_______________4. She has figure like an hourglass.
_______________5. I will love you till the end of time.
_______________6. I said, I love you (but not)
_______________7. He was addicted to the bottle.
_______________8. The motor coughed once and then died.
_______________9. Silence spoke to him with healing words.
_______________10. She must have weighed a ton.
_______________11. O liberty! O liberty! What crimes are committed in your name?
_______________12. You are normally abnormal.
_______________13. Oh, mother, how I wish you were here to see the sight.
_______________14. The living dead.
_______________15. The sun looked upon the ship all day.

IV. Choose the letter of the correct answers.


1. In short story, it is the main lesson or idea.
a. character b. theme c. plot d. point of view
2. It is the sequential order of event in the story.
a. character b. theme c. plot d. point of view
3. It gives you the idea who is narrating.
a. character b. theme c. plot d. point of view
4. It is the whole idea or lesson of the story.
a. character b. theme c. plot d. point of view
5. Along the events, it is the peak of the story.
a. exposition b. conflict c. climax d. denouement
6. It tells you who would be the characters and where the setting be.
a. exposition b. conflict c. climax d. denouement
7. It is the falling action of the story that gives you the ending.
a. exposition b. conflict c. climax d. denouement
8. It is the point where the problem in the story begin.
a. exposition b. conflict c. climax d. denouement
9. If the narrator has no part in the story, he is just plainly narrating, it is:
a. First person point of view
b. second person point of view
c. Third person point of view
d. Fourth person point of view
10. If the narrator himself is the main character in the story, it is:
a. First person point of view
b. Second person point of view
c. Third person point of view
d. Fourth person point of view
11. If the narrator himself has a part in the story but not the main character it is:
a. First person point of view
b. Second person point of view
c. Third person point of view
d. Fourth person point of view
12. It is a verbal expression of sense experience makes possible the communication of what one
sees, hears, feels, smells, and tastes. a. diction b. image c. symbol d. theme
13. It is a choice of words.
a. diction b. image c. symbol d. theme
14. It is a type of conflict which proble is the storm.
a. man vs man b. man vs environment c. man vs himself
15. It is a type of conflict which proble is the priority of the main character.
a. man vs. man b. man vs environment c. man vs himself

V. Identify the ff. gods and goddeses


_______________1. Gods messenger _______________6. Wif e of Zeus
_______________2. God of war _______________7. God of music and predictions
_______________3. God of the sea _______________8. King of the gods and goddesses
_______________4. Father of the gods and of the goddesses _______________9. Goddess of love and beauty
_______________5. God of fire _______________10. A virgin goddess, sister of Zeus

VI. Contribution of the following greeks


1. Homer 2. Sophocles
3. Socrates

6. Aristotle
4. Herodutus

7. Alexander the Great


5. Plato
VII. Vocabulary
_____1. The other gods would not venture an opinion favoring one for fear of earning an enmity of the other two.
a. envy b. hostility c. friendly d. entry
_____2. Zeus wanted to depopulate the Earth, especially his demigod descendants.
a. godlike b. female god c. male god d.angel
_____3. She bathed him in the river Styx making him invulnerable against any attack.
a. harmful b. not valuable c. impossible to harm d. brave
_____4. Achilles was disguised as a girl.
a. pretended b. showed c. disqualified d. disgraced
_____5. Paris abduction of Helen had several precedents.
a. deduction b. marriage c. courting d. kidnapping
_____6. Precedents a. president b. pattern c. percent d. presents
_____7. Paris thought that stealing a wife would have no retribution.
a. enemy b. contribution c. punishment d. correction
_____8. The Acheans besieged Troy for nine years.
a. surrounded b. attacked c. destroyed d. befriended
_____9. He agreed and sent him Nestor along with other emissaries.
a. representatives b. soldiers c. officers d. mariners
_____10. It was prophesied that Troy could not fall without Heracles bos.
a. prepared b. proven c. foretold d. understood

VIII. Arrange the story by numbering 1-10

_____a.. Helen was abducted to Troy. _____f. Soldiers in the Trojan Horse massacre the sleeping
_____b. There was a plan of Zeus to depopulate the earth. population and sacked the city.
_____c. The Greeks burned their camp and sailed for Tenedos. _____g. Meneleus and the allied Greek force besieged Troy.
_____d. Eris threw a golden apple with the inscription To the _____h. Hera, Aphrodite and Athena claimed to be the fairest.
Fairest. _____i. Hector was killed by Achilles.
_____e. The Trojan Horse was left and taken inside Troy. _____j. Paris chose Aphrodite to be the fairest and Aphrodite
rewarded him Helen as wife.

IX. Vocabulary
_____1. Boisterous a. medicine _____6. Reconcile f. destiny
_____2. Fate b. to change move _____7. Potion g. disrespect of sacred
_____3. Sacrifice c. revenge _____8. Maneuver h. deny
_____4. Rebut d. disfigure _____9. Vendetta i. worthy of respect
_____5. venerable e. noisy _____10. Mutilate j. reunite
X.
_____1.How long had odyssey been absent from his home?
a. 5 years b. 10 years c. 15 years d. 20 years
_____2. How many did Odyssey travel back to Itacha after the Trojan war.
a. 5 years b. 10 years c. 15 years d. 20 years
_____3. Which of the following is not true in the adventure of Odyssey?
a. He become captive of Calypso
b. Their ship was driven off course by the storm.
c. They were captured by the Cyclops.
d. They encountered pirates in the sea.
_____4. Who helped Odyssey to reach Itacha?
a. Egyptian b. Phaeacians c. Greeks d. Cretans
_____5. How old was Telamachus when Odyssey arrived in Itacha
a. 5 years b. 10 years c. 15 years d. 20 years
_____6. Who among the goddesses helped Odyssey?
a. Athena b. Hera c. Aphrodite d. Penalope
_____7. What competition was used in order for Odyssey to reveal himself and kill the unruly suitors?
a. swimming completion b. archery competition c. running competition d. chariot driving competition
_____8. What appearance did Odyssey assumed to disguise himself?
a. a beggar b. an old man c. a suitor d. a warrior
_____9. The proof that Odyssey showed that made Penalope believed him was the description of:
a. the dress he gave her b. the bed he built for her c. the house he built for her d. the ring he gave her
_____10. Who is the known author of Odyssey?
a. Aristotle b. Plato c. Homer d. Socrates