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Victory Elijah Christian College

October Examination
(English 7)
Identification:
Directions: List the adjectives in the sentences below. The number of adjectives in each sentence is indicated in
parentheses. (15pts.)
__________ 1. I like country music. (1)
__________ 2. Two singers are coming to this town soon. (2)
__________ 3. Colourful posters will announce the big event. (2)
__________ 4. The concert will be held at a huge stadium. (1)
__________ 5. Many fans will attend this concert. (2)
__________ 6. Those tickets will go on sale tomorrow. (1)
__________ 7. They will probably be sold out the same day. (1)
__________ 8. I hope the star performers sing the popular tunes. (2)
__________ 9. One song is named for a small river. (2)
_________ 10. I will have a great time listening to good music.
_________ 11. I will buy two posters. (1)
_________ 12. They will make nice souvenirs. (1)
_________ 13. I will use the giant posters to cover a bare wall. (2)
_________ 14. The big pictures will help me remember an exciting day. (2)
_________ 15. I hope to become a famous singer. (1)
Write the sentences. Add -ful, -able, -less, or -ish to each underlined word to make the sentences correct.
Don’t forget to write the correct adjective on the blanks provided before each number. (10pts.)
__________ 1. Yvone is a remark artist.
__________ 2. She is always painting colour scenes.
__________ 3. Her paintings make any room look cheer.
__________ 4. Her most famous painting is price.
__________ 5. It would be use to try to buy it.
Reading Comprehension:
Directions: Make a separate list of each adjective in the paragraph below. Look for the 8 proper adjectives or proper
nouns used as adjectives. You can use the table below the passage. (15pts.)
We had a United Nations party at school (1). Jen brought Irish stew (1). Emily made a Mexican dish (1). Ms.
Lucci, the principal, brought a tangy spaghetti (2). I tasted the Bhutanese bread with hot porridge (2). Swedish
meatballs are the favourite food at home (2). Shiela read us old tales from an African storybook (2). Lorminda taught
us a Scandinavian game (1). Liezel modelled a Japanese robe (1). We learned many facts about different cultures (2).
Language Expression:
Directions: Write a paragraph about the picture below. Use adjectives to add details to your paragraph. ( 50pts.)
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Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(English 8)
Reading Comprehension:
Directions: Read the following passages below. REWRITE it and change the following passive verbs into active verbs
and vice versa. Write your answer on the space provided.(15pts.)
A young artist designed the winning poster. Her sister wrote the words for it. An award was won by them.
They were awarded a blue ribbon. The ribbon was presented by the mayor. Their poster will be shown by all the local
merchants. The town sponsors an art show each year. The winning poster shows young people at work. The words
told their contributions to the town. Another contest will be held by the town council.
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Sentence Construction:
Directions: Read and rewrite the following sentences and CHANGE the passive verbs into active verbs. You may need
to change some of the verb forms. (15pts.)
1. The artist was watched by the people. 9. The colours are liked by these persons.
2. The observers were sketched by the artist. 10. Her watercolours are prized by collectors.
3. Their expressions were captured by her keen eye. 11. Her landscapes are appreciated by some.
4. Charcoal was used by the artist. 12. The artist’s style is recognised by many.
5. Her portraits are desired by many. 13. Her canvases are prepared by an assistant.
6. Her art has been shown by galleries. 14. But the paintings are done by the artist herself.
7. Some pictures have been bought by museums. 15. Her techniques are praised by art critics.
8. Certain paintings are requested by buyers.
Now, change the following active sentences into passive. Do NOT include the agent. (45pts.)
Simple Present and Present Continuous
1. Bartenders do not serve alcoholic beverages to people 8. The townspeople are debating the proposal for a new
under twenty-one. shopping centre.
2. Jean vanie keeps the door open when it’s hot during With the use of agent:
the day. 9. The captain praises the officers in the department.
3. People in this town do not break the law. 10. The mechanic is repairing the car right now.
4. Everyone trusts and respects that police officer. 11. Our neighbours are breaking the law.
5. A security system protects most of the houses in this 12. People all over the town hear the music from the
neighbourhood. concert.
6. A thief is stealing that woman’s purse. 13. The wind is blowing trash across the highway.
7. A highway patrolman is pulling over the sports car we 14. The legislature passes several new laws each year.
saw earlier. 15. The deity unleashes her power against her adversary.

Simple Past and Present Perfect


1. A thief took my wallet out of my back pocket. 8. Someone saw the suspect leaving his house at 8:30
2. Someone assaulted Aidel in the park last night. last night.
3. The police officer has warned Christian about fixing his With the use of agent:
taillights. 9. The couple has returned the car to the dealership.
4. They have written a new report about crime rates in 10. One of the students stole money from the teacher’s
this city. purse.
5. The people in this town have established a citizen’s 11. Someone has vandalized the library.
patrol association. 12. A civil rights group challenged the new law.
6. The voters defeated two proposals to build new 13. Many journalists have reported the crime statistics
shopping centres. from this city.
7. The reform candidate has beaten the mayor. 14. The government raised the speed limit on interstate
highways.
15. Wince saw us.
Simple Future and Immediate Future Tenses
1. Someone is going to challenge that law as unconstitutional.
2. The authorities will prosecute all violators.
3. A tow-truck driver will tow illegally parked vehicles away.
4. They are going to raise the speed limit next year.
5. Someone is going to install a new security system at the museum.
6. The judge will dismiss the charges against the city council member.
7. The people in town are going to consider the proposal.
8. The arresting officer will read the suspect’s rights.
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9. The police will escort the car to the hospital.
10. The city is going to repair those streetlights.
11. The city council will debate the issue tomorrow night.
12. The police will eventually catch the criminal.
13. The culprit’s lawyers are going to call a press conference tomorrow.
14. The people of the community will protest the new law.
15. The government will call a meeting about the new law
Directions: Read the following sentences and write the correct form of tag ending. ( 15pts.)
1. You have to pick up your kids at the airport, __________ ?
2. There were too many babies on the flight, __________ ?
3. You never eat before going skiing, __________ ?
4. We can’t go to Spain for vacation, __________ ?
5. The bus will be late, __________ ?
6. This isn’t your boarding pass, __________ ?
7. Your boss won’t be back from Hawaii tomorrow, __________ ?
8. Serena hasn’t ever been to Italy, __________ ?
9. This seat isn’t yours, __________ ?
10. No one liked the restaurant, __________ ?
11. You look tired. You aren’t sick, __________ ?
12. Vince’s lost a lot of weight. You don’t think he looks too thin, __________ ?
13. The streets were wet this morning. It didn’t rain, __________ ?
14. I’m sitting next to you on the plane, __________ ?
15. You can postpone your vacation one week, __________ ?
Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(English 9)
Identification:
Directions: Complete these sentences with transitive verbs and write the direct objects on the blanks provided before
each number. Use the scroll beside the items and all the words inside it can be used once. (30pts.)
________ 1. The scouts________ a camping site.
________ 2. We ________ our tents at the site.
________ 3. Our leader ________ us.
________ 4. Each explorer ________ a duty. brought explored marked
________ 5. Three explorers ________ the food for supper. built got played
________ 6. Four of us ________ wood for a fire. cooked has resembles
________ 7. Two________ water from the well. disturbed has saved
________ 8. One group ________ a hike. encouraged led used
________ 9. Several musicians ________ songs for entertainment.
________ 10. A wild deer ________ our activities.
________ 11. A compass ________ a pocket watch.
________ 12. Its dial ________ a circular face.
________ 13. The four cardinal directions ________ the dial.
________ 14. Mariners ________ for compasses for hundreds of years
________ 15. These instruments ________ lives.
Sentence Construction:
Directions: Write a sentence using each of these verbs. Use the direct object that is given or supplied below.
(30pts.)
1. save stamps 16. rocked world
2. design bookcase 17. grooved moments
3. dress mannequin 18. imbibe lesson
4. avoid consequences 19. delve meaning
5. preview movie 20. evaluate exam
6. plan journey 21. interpret poems
7. charge battery 22. annihilate city
8. lug suitcase 23. define love
9. build treehouse 24. achieve ambitions
10. photograph ruins 25. dream dreams
11. capture hearts 26. believe religions
12. envisage future 27. survive mission
13. unleash powers 28. tell lie
14. colour walls 29. speak honesty
15. conquer kingdom 30. write letters
Replacement:
Directions: Read the following sentences below. Underline first and then change the preposition or prepositional
phrases and substitute them with indirect objects. (30pts.)
1. Christian granted a wish for 6. Halley showed her cat to 11. Julia painted a picture for Venn.
Ronnald. Jomar.
2. Noele reimbursed a fund for 7. Joshua sold his cow for Hanes. 12. Samantha built a pipe rack for
Vince. Justine.
3. Darynell tossed a coin for 8. MJ gave a frankfurter for his 13. Khriz Ann gave a gift certificate
Kenneth. friend. to Mikhaela.
4. Jamie sang a heartfelt song for 9. Julius paid a dollar for Luis 14. Joyce wove a scarf for Angel.
Landon.
5. Landon gave a quote book for 10. Arren guaranteed a handsome 15. Patrisha sent some earrings to
Reverend Sullivan. profit for Bryan. Darlyn.
Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(English 10)
Identification:
Simple Recall: Identify the names of the characters from the stories discussed based on the following descriptions
given. (15 pts)

__________________1. He was described as the great robber who had done many evil things.
__________________2. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rat who’s looking for a husband.
__________________3. A native Indian who had adaptive the way of living of an English men.
__________________4. A rich man who had voluntarily surrender himself to he sultan for the benefit of others.
__________________ 5. The sick master of Lao-Tse.
__________________ 6. He was reciting the sutras when a thief arrived and demanded for his life.
__________________ 7. The prime Minister of the State of Chi.
__________________ 8. The sin of a Samurai and journeyed to Edo and become a retainer of a high official.
__________________ 9. A poor and weak in the head man who lives in a hut all by himself.
__________________ 10. He was an orphan whose mother died when he was two years old.
__________________ 11. A kind hearted judge who had conducted the trial of the stone.
__________________ 12. The widow who had a son and lives in a little hut by the river.
__________________ 13. Journeyed in the city for a better life and had denied his mother in the end.
__________________ 14. She was known as a witch in their sitio.
__________________ 15. It is the word which means witch in Southern Leyte.

Vocabulary Development
Directions: Identify the meaning of the Underlined unfamiliar words given based on how it was used in the sentence.
Choose the letter of the correct answer. (10 pts)
h. To interest oneself in what is not one’s concern
a. Incapable of being expressed in words. i. Marked by cute coquettish or artful playfulness.
b. Many j. Laborious or perceptible effort
c. Leap for joy k. To go over in the mind repeatedly
d. Great number l. To ex[lode or detonate violently
e. Twist like a worm m. To become destroyed nor ruined
f. Violent gust of wind n. Excessive appreciation of one’s own worth
g. Complain angrily o. An act of process of coming together

________ 1. One cannot help but at the myriads of stars in heaven.


________ 2. Father caught some squirming snakes in the ground.
________ 3. The contest winners exulted, when they were called to the sage to receive the price.
________ 4. I have often imagined the ineffable sweetness of flowers like Camia and Rose.
________5. The manifold petals of the suntan give it a unique loveliness.
________6. A blast off the high wall.
________ 7. When father is angry, he growls frightfully.
________ 8. It is impolite for an outsider to meddle in a family quarrel.
________ 9. When the young girl was introduced of the visitors, she smiled coyly.
________ 10. He as painting from the exertion of climbing stairs.
________ 11. A large concourse of students came to see the concert at the park.
________ 12. A person with much conceit thinks he will always win.
________ 13. He belched loudly, and his girlfriend said,”That’s disgusting!”.
________ 14. Two people perished in the fire.
________ 15. The questions got us ruminating on the real value of wealth.
Matching Type
Directions: Match the authors or origins in column A of the literary pieces in Column B. (10 pts)

_____ 1.) Ryonusuke Akutagawa a. The Trial of the stone


_____ 2.) Y.T. Pyun b. Hatim
_____ 3.) Khushwant Singh c. The Thief Who Became a Disciple
_____ 4.) Panchatantra d. The Vanity of the Rat
_____ 5.) Malayan Folk tale e. The Picture Wife
_____ 6.) African Fable f. The Spider’s Thread
_____ 7.) Chinese Folktale g. Karma
_____ 8.) Zen Story, Japanese h. The Conceited Coachman
_____ 9.) Chinese Folktale i. How the Tongue Survived the Teeth
_____ 10.) Keigo Seiki j. The Witch
k. The Duel Between the Elephant and the Sparrow

Language Expression:
Directions: In 5-10 sentences, answer the following questions in a scholarly manner. (40pts.)

1. Explain: “But hell is nobody knows how many miles removed from Paradise.” from the story of The Spider‘s
Thread.
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2. “It almost sounded like English but they better than to trust their inebriated ears”.
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3. Differentiate a parable from a fable.
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4. Can his good deed be accomplished by any ordinary person? Why?
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Essay:
Directions: In 3-5 sentences, answer the following questions in a scholarly manner. ( 20pts.)

1. Distinguish the words below.

humility Poverty

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Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(Oral Communication)
Word Box:
Directions: Read the following sentences and write the correct answer on the blanks provided before each number.
Use the word box for your answers. (45pts.)

Blind Area Assigned Groups Interview Small Group Communication


Open Area Relationship Oriented Dialogue Dyadic Communication
Physiological Determinants Explanatory Unknown Area Meetings
Psychological Determinants Task Oriented Conversation Panel Discussions
Selective perception Memorized Speech to Entertain Acceptance
Informational Extemporaneous Courtesy Speeches Farewell
Hidden Area Public Communication Introductory Eulogy
Emergent Speech to Inform Welcoming Speech Anniversary
Impromptu Speech to Inspire Dedication Manuscript
Speech to Persuade Presentation Inauguration Nomination
Commencement Interpersonal Intrapersonal Response to the Welcoming
Communication Speech

1. A situation where the members of this group’ main purpose meets our needs for inclusion and affections
2. A speech to be entertaining does not have to be funny.
3. Basis of selective perception differ in terms of our interests, wants, motives, etc.
4. Basis of selective perception where difference affects the way we perceive things.
5. It is a level or type of communication where the exchange of ideas and thoughts with another person occurs.
6. It is a persuasive speech that aims to influence and inspire its audience as well as congratulate them on their
achievements.
7. It is a situation when individuals come together to work towards the achievement of specific objectives or goals.
8. It is a two-way process.
9. It is a type of interpersonal communication for large group of people like seminar or conference.
10. It is a type of interpersonal communication where two persons communicate directly with each other.
11. It is a type of interview where the exchange of information, through discussion and review takes place.
12. It is the spontaneous and often times relaxed crucial communication between two individuals.
13. It presents the part of us which we are aware of but are not willing to share with others.
14. These groups are often the consequence of environmental or circumstantial conditions.
15. These groups arise from the individuals being appointed into the membership of a group.
16. These speeches are made in honour of the opening of a new building, laying of a cornerstone, and the like.
17. These speeches have the purpose of promoting good will and courtesy during public occasions.
18. This is a communication between two individuals that occurs with specific purpose or goal in mind.
19. This is a dyadic communication that is structural in a question and answer format.
20. This is a gathering of group of individuals knowledgeable in a specific topic and present information to others
for discussion.
21. This is a gathering of individuals who exchange ideas and opinions with the purpose of achieving the
assembly’s objectives.
22. This is a level or type of communication that the communication within yourself takes place.
23. This is a part that represents our public self.
24. This is a perception that is not only an active enterprise but it is also a selective event.
25. This is a speech that requires at least preparation.
26. This is a type of interpersonal communication connects three or more person.
27. This is an oration that can be directed to an individual or group.
28. This is called as a “read speech” because it is one that is written out and read word for word during delivery.
29. This is given by someone entering public office such as congressman, senator, president, and others.
30. This is the feedback speech expected as a sign of politeness.
31. This is the most difficult of all speeches to make because the speaker attempts to influence the attitude and
behaviour of an audience.
32. This is the speech made when the bestowing or presenting an award or accolade.
33. This kind of delivery is good only for elocution pieces and like the read speech, it also lacks spontaneity and
naturalness.
34. This method is recommended for public speaking classes. It is not memorized or read.
35. This part elucidates the notion of I don’t know and other people don’t know as well.
36. This part includes information others have about us.
37. This speech aimed at announcing a nominee and their reasons for running and platform.
38. This speech aims to achieve clarity and understanding by way of establishing answers to the basic W’s and H
about topics that are non-controversial and non-debatable.
39. This speech commemorates an important day or event from the past.
40. This speech conveys gratitude about the award/s received.
41. This speech is often made by those who are departing and may include the reason of leaving.
42. This speech serves as the opening for the main speaker.
43. This speech talks about someone who has recently passed away.
44. This speech tells that the emotional attitude of the audience by setting a higher standard of ideas occurs.
45. This type of interview seeks to draw out information such as facts, ideas, opinions, etc.
Matching:
Directions: Match Column A to Column B. Write your answer on the box provided. ( 20pts.)
Column A Column B
a. physiological determinants q. individuals join together to achieve one specific
goal.

b. hidden area r. individuals being appointed into a membership of a


group.

c. psychological determinants s. I know; other’s know

d. unknown area t. focuses on strengths and weaknesses

e. senses u. represents way of looking at yourself

f. Johari’s window v. hearing, seeing, touching, smelling, tasting

g. open area w. I don’t know; other’s don’t know

h. assigned groups x. each of us differs in terms of our interests, wants,


motives. Etc.

i. blind area y. I know; other’s don’t know

j. task oriented groups z. others know; I don’t know

Modified True or False:


Directions: Write TRUE for correct statements. If it is FALSE, underline and change the word or group of words that
falsify the statements. Write the correct answers on the blanks provided. (5pts.)
________ 1.A speech talks about someone who has recently passed away is elegy.
________ 2. Impromptu speech is far more beautiful than the extemporaneous, because it requires time before you
deliver your speech.
________ 3.Historical speech commemorates an important day or event from the past.
________ 4. This is an oration that can be directed to an individual or group.
________ 5. Communication requires two people speaking only such as conducting an interview with the
president.
Language Expression:
Directions: In 5-10 sentences, answer the following questions in a scholarly manner. ( 20pts.)

1. Juxtapose the following; speech to entertain vs. speech to persuade vs. speech to inform vs. speech to inspire.
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2. If you will be asked, what type of speech does you like the most? Do you think it will enhance your communicative
competence? How about your accuracy and fluency in the use of the EL2 (English as a second language)? Elucidate
and justify your answer. You can give some evidences that will support your explanation.
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Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(Fundamental of Accounting, Business and Management)
Identification: Directions: Read the following sentences carefully and write the correct answer on the blanks
provided before each number. (10pts)

________________ 1. These are related to main revenue producing activities of the business.
________________ 2. These transactions related to acquisition and disposal of long term assets such as property,
plant, and equipment intangible assets are classified as ____________.
________________ 3. This transaction with equity owners and creditors are reported as __________.
________________ 4. This reported in this section represents the cash, components of the events that enter into the
determination of the net income in the SCI.
________________ 5. It is an important asset in business.
________________ 6. This is from operations suggests that there is excess cash that can be used to purchase long
term assets, pay debts or distribute to owners.
________________ 7. It is cash flows from investing activities of the business.
________________ 8. These are the three major activities of the business.
________________ 9. It is the financial statement that explains the net change in cash for the year.
________________ 10. It is presenting the cash flows from operating activities shows summarized cash transactions.

Modified True or False:


Directions: Read each sentence carefully and determine whether the statement is True or False. Write your answer
in the space provided before the number. (10pts)

______________ 1. The Statement of cash flows shows the amount of cash received and used in the business
organized according to operating, investing, and financing activities.
______________ 2. Cash payment for the bank loans are reported under cash flows from operating activities.
______________ 3. If the company has no accounts receivable balance at the beginning and at the end of the year,
then net sales reported in the statement of Comprehensive Income will most likely be equal to the cash received from
customers reported in the Statement of Cash Flows.
______________ 4. Payments for acquisition of merchandise inventory are reported as investing activities.
______________ 5. Statement of Cash Flows explains the observed difference in the cash balance from thr beginning
to the end of the period.
______________ 6. Business activities are classified into operating, investing, and funding, activities in the
Statement of Cash Flows.
______________ 7. Salary and utility payments are reported as operating activities.
______________ 8. Non-cash expenses such as depreciation and amortization are deducted from net income to
arrive at the cash flows from operating activities.
______________ 9. A negative cash flow from investing activities is a bad indicator of the company’s ability to
generate cash.
______________ 10. The bottom line of the statement of Cash Flows is equivalent to the cash balance presented on
the Statement of Financial Position.
Modified Matching Type: From the line items in the box, prepare a pro-forma statement of cash flows. Classify the
line items as to operating, investing, and financing activities. (40pts)

Cash received from customers Salaries paid


Interest paid Utilities paid
Cash drawings of owners Payments for acquisition of equipment
Cash contributions from owners Depreciation
Payments to suppliers Amortization
Principal payments for bank loans Cash received from sale of land

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Investing

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Victory Elijah Christian College
October Examination
(English for Academic and Professional Purposes)

Identification: Directions: Read the following sentences carefully and write the correct answer on the
blanks provided before each number. (25pts)

_____________1. It is a great way of expressing your opinion of a film.


_____________2. It will students to help the reader in determining whether
they want to watch.
_____________3. It is an informed decision, without giving anyway any essentials such as the plot or any
surprises.
_____________4. It give impartial details allow the reader to make his/her own mind over an issue the
reader liked or disliked.
_____________5. They are consider who your likely readers are interested in the film.
_____________6. It is the single most important point you need to make to express your purpose.
_____________7. Imagine it’s all you’ll have to say, you start a conversation with the readers and have
to stop there. Many parallels to giving a presentation.
_____________8. We can used this to covers the major parts of the project.
_____________9. It is carry to focused and provides clear information on the topic.
_____________10.It is describe the general background / setting in which your research takes place.
_____________11. It is evaluate the proposed solution and what were the results.
_____________12. It is understandable that you may not see a request for revision as good news.
_____________13. This is the flows smoothly between the parts of writing.
_____________14. It is readable, well organised, and not too jargon-laden especially words.
_____________15. It may not be used as they are not in keeping with the Harvard referencing system.
_____________16. This is reading material comes from Malay bamboo.
_____________17. A remote rural are, back country, an isolated or wild region filled wih dense brush
from Tagalog Bundok.
_____________18. It is say a farewell to the year just gone and we hail the New Year ahead.
_____________19. This was not only the beginning of the year but was the open spring season for
waging of war, so the month was dedicated to Mars, the god of war, and was named after him.
_____________20.This month was name taken from the Septem which meant “seven”.
_____________21.this season when the smoke of burning leaves is apt to be in the air also called as
“fumosus”.
_____________22. This was the month of the first flowers in ancient Italy, as it is with us and opening
spring buds gave the month its name.
_____________23. Tis is when “the time of the singing birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard
in our land.
_____________24. The Roman general and famous lover of Cleopatra. Antony suggested that this
birthday month of Caius Julius Caesar be named Julius in his honor.
_____________25. In mythology, the moon was the wife of the sun, and so had to have her day in the
week.
Language Expression:
Directions: In 5-10 sentences, answer the following questions in a scholarly manner. (40pts.)

1. Explain this motto : “Kanya-kanya’ng katwiran, Kanya- Kanya’ng Kagustuhan, Kanya-kanya’ng


Kabig, Kanya-Kanya’ng Kurakot…”
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2. How can you describe John F. Kennedy as a President of United States of America?
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3. Explain this sentences: “We must criticize in order to be free, because we are free only when
criticized”.
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4. How can you describe John Arcilla as a hero in Heneral Luna?
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Modified True or False
Directions: Read each sentence carefully and determine whether the statement is True or False. Write
your answer in the space provided before the number. (10pts)
____________ 1. Thursday was the strongest and bravest of the Norse Dieties and Corresponded in the
heavenly to the Roman god Jupiter.
____________ 2. Camphor derived from Malay kapur. “chalk board” via Arabic.
____________3. Caddy (1792), a small box, or chest used for keeping tea leaves, is borrowed from Malay
kati, a weight used in China and the East Indies equal to slight more than pound avoirdupois.
____________ 4. Sunday replaced Saturday as the Sabbath because the Resurrection took place on a
Sunday.
____________ 5. In Modern English Saturday, merely “Saturn’s day”, is half translation and half-
adoption of the Latin Saturni dies, or “day of Saturn”, the Roman god of sowing.
____________6. This name is probably from Junius, the name of a Latin family to which the murderers of
Julius Caesar belonged.
____________ 7. These thongs were called februa, or “instrument” of purification” and they strike a
woman.
____________ 8. In Old English, Friday was frigedaeg, the day of the Norse goddess Frigg, wife of
Wooden and the goddess of marriage.
____________ 9. Octavian, the first Roman emperor, was the nephew of Julius Caesar, and longed to
gain the fame and power of his uncle.
_____________ 10. “Alexus Anderson was dumping a can of foot powder into his boondockers”

Directions: Write a paragraph about the picture below. (15pts.)

1. Write a review film about Heneral Luna.

2. What does the contribution of John F. Kennedy work has made in the field of politics? Use the critique writing.